submitted by Rick Meyers, AAA Insurance Broker/Nichole Meyers, Richboro Office, cluballiance.aaa.com/Agent/NicholeMeyers
The definition of comfort zone is a place or situation where one feels safe or at ease and without stress. It’s a natural state that most people trend towards.
Leaving it means increased risk and anxiety, which can have positive and negative results. Optimal anxiety is that place where your mental productivity and performance reach their peak.
Still, “increased performance” and “enhanced productivity” sounds like “do more stuff.” Being in an optimal anxiety state means you’ll have an easier time dealing with new and unexpected changes.
In an article for The New York Times, Brené Brown, a research professor at the University of Houston, explains that one of the worst things we can do is pretend fear and uncertainty don’t exist. By taking risks in a controlled fashion and challenging yourself to things you normally wouldn’t do, you can experience some of that uncertainty in a controlled, manageable environment.
Insuring your most valuable assets: life, home, auto, business, pets is an area where Nichole and Rick Meyers from AAA Insurance are here to help. The Meyers AAA have created a culture where asking a question in a controlled and manageable environment is what one can expect.
InsurAAAnce brokers with over 30 years of combined experience who are in the business of providing peace of mind.
Helping residents of PA and NJ ensure they are properly protected at the best price through a friendly conversation and shopping the policies through all of their carriers, then presenting a comparison of your current policies versus a proposed quote.
No hard sales, only friendly conversations, education and having great policies and rates. So, challenge yourself.
Push through your comfort zone and give the Meyers a call. Get rid of that lingering anxiety and doubt; and replace the feeling with the joy and clarity of knowing you are covered at the best price.
The Meyers are never liars, just insurance peace of mind providers! Phone# 215-485-5491.