The quotable quote by Joyce Carol Oates goes “Keep a light, hopeful heart. But expect the worst.” While we couldn’t agree more with the first half, the second half, although may be true, is no way to operate your business or live your life. Rather, we suggest that you stay positive and instead of expecting the worst, plan ahead. Most of the harsh blows of life are usually avoidable had proper prevention been in place. This is true for many health issues, relationship stability, and financial hurdles. Once disaster strikes we look back and see how a bit of exercise, a kind word or a modest savings plan could have transformed this calamity to a bump in the road. The same is true when it comes to safety and security. Rather than having to clean up the mess of a delinquent, our goal is to prevent their schemes form being carried out.
Don’t get caught off guard, reach out to ISSM today and tell us that Benjamin Franklin sent you.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” — Benjamin Franklin