I have written in the past about how much I enjoy my career. What I am able to here at MH works to satisfying the “self-actualization” level of my personal needs pyramid. I get to work with wonderful people, who truly care about each other, and about those we are serving. I also get to work for wonderful people.
I get to hear about so many wonderful life events. I get to learn so much more about the world, about life, about everything than I could ever do from a book. The firsthand accounts bring each story to life.
My job also enables me to give advice. I get to weave my clients’ thoughts and goals into a legal tapestry to give them the peace of mind that everyone deserves. That advice, and the knowing that I have aided that family, lifts me to ever greater heights of self-actualization.
I want to take this opportunity to give all of you some advice on how you can pay-it-forward.
You are not permitted to give legal advice, but you can do the next best thing. You can pass along your experience with MH to your friends, family, co-workers and anyone else you care about. You can let them know that we helped give you the peace of mind by thoroughly planning your affairs. And that MH can do the same for them.
As October flips to November, the holidays are just about here. And what better gift, than the gift of advice – “Go See MH.”
You can let them know, we are just a phone call or a mouse click away.
Contributed by MH Estate Planning Attorney, James P. Plitz.
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