Meet the guides
Companies Matt Works With:
More About Matt:
Well, for starters, I have always genuinely loved God and loved people. Everything else has stemmed from this throughout my life. I have never met a stranger. I enjoy listening…and talking, and I am grateful to share life with those around me. Also, I laugh a lot even if it’s at my own expense.
I am incredibly blessed to have married my dream girl. She is loving, compassionate, fierce and strong, and she is my best friend. She is also the mother of our three wonderful children: Parker, Emme and Levi. Each day provides its own unique challenges, but they sure make life fun!
My wife and I met in Florida, and our children are born and raised here. As my father-in-law has said so many times, “I’m not from Florida, but I got here as quick as I could.”
Three Words That Describe Me: Compassionate. Optimistic. Grateful.
Favorite Things To Do When Not At Work: Though I love what I do for a living, my work takes a backseat to my family. We love all things beach. We like spending time on the boat, hanging out at Sand Island, surfing, fishing and playing in the sand.
I also love old cars, cruising with the windows down and the Beach Boys playing in the background.
What I Like Most About Helping People Find the
Right Insurance Plan Options:
One thing is for sure, becoming an insurance agent was not on my list of dream jobs as a kid. We just kind of fell into it. Similarly, I often joke with clients that, "I bet you woke up this morning dreaming about dealing with insurance today, huh?" That's always good for a laugh. Haha!
Let's face it, insurance is often something we all dread to discuss. It's messy. It's complicated and the topic creates a lot of opportunity for distrust.
I guess that's what makes it enjoyable. Having the chance to help educate individuals on their options and simplify the process is really rewarding, even if that individual doesn't end up becoming a client. We live by the motto, "Do what's right just because it's right, and everything else will work itself out." And all of these years later, that still rings true!