Our philosophy is “Insight beyond insurance.”
BKS believes the best way to serve our clients is through insight. So before we look at insurance products, we take a comprehensive look at the lifestyles, passions, professions and business ventures they’ll need to protect. Often, we find that the best way to cover a client’s assets isn’t insurance at all. That’s why we’ll keep you on top of emerging trends and help you consider alternatives to traditional insurance protection.
In many cases, prevention can offer the same or greater protection at a fraction of the cost. Whether it’s wellness education for your employees to reduce the expense of healthcare coverage, regular property maintenance to prevent water damage, or indemnification language to protect your business from lawsuits, we’ll help you explore every option for the greatest protection at the most comfortable cost.
For the first time in current history, we are all going through a “lifequake”. Read this month’s Supplement and start to shape your lifequake story.
Vivek H. Murphy, MD, a former US Surgeon General, shares the importance of social connection to our wellbeing in his new book, Together. His thoughts are especially relevant in this time of social distancing and safer-at-home regulations that are making people feel more isolated than ever. Read this month’s Supplement to learn more.
Sticking to a healthy daily routine can help with productivity, focus, and motivation. Read this month’s supplement to find out.
What’s the recipe for maintaining or changing health behavior? Read this month’s supplement to find out.
What can you be doing to maintain your health goals and increase your wellbeing in a lockdown? Read this month’s supplement to find out.
Nothing like an international viral contagion to snap people’s attention back to the fragility of their wellbeing. Read this month’s supplement to see how you can change your daily behaviors to build your immune system.
In celebration of Valentine’s Day, treat your heart to some dark chocolate. Read this month’s Supplement to find out why.
There is nothing like the clean slate of a new year, let alone a new decade, to inspire change. Read this month’s Supplement to find out how you can be a happy new you in 2020.
Whatever you decide to do or not do, don’t just get through it. Enjoy every minute. Read this month’s Supplement to find out how you can better enjoy the holidays.
What is your favorite Thanksgiving dessert? Read this month’s Supplement to find out America’s most popular Thanksgiving desserts.
Do you feel misunderstood? Read this month’s Supplement to find out why.
Read this month’s Supplement to learn what professional athletes have known all along: recovering energy is just as important as expending it.
“Me” time helps to reduce stress and anxiety, and increases positivity and creativity. Read this month’s Supplement to learn how a little “me” time can help improve the status quo.
What is the difference between creating a good habit or breaking a bad one? Friction.
Maintaining a stress-resilient internal state requires intentional vigilance to some very basic and too often overlooked behaviors such as breathing, moving, eating and sleeping. Read this month’s Supplement to learn more
The Kentucky Derby is an American tradition with customs and food ways that have stood the test of time. As with Thanksgiving and the 4th of July, it is important to approach these traditional festivities with gusto. When you are celebrating, celebrate.
No one had trouble with work/life balance before advances in technology made it possible to communicate 24/7. Take a break and read this month’s Supplement to learn how you can get off of cruise control.
Our fascination with advertisements is fulfilling one of three basic human needs: autonomy, competence, or interpersonal connectedness.
While volunteering significantly benefits those who are being helped, many people don’t realize that volunteering has tremendous benefits for the helper too. Learn how seeking our volunteer opportunities can benefit you.
Approximately 60% of us admit to making new year’s resolutions while only eight percent are successful in achieving them. What sets apart those of us who are successful from those of us who aren’t? In large part the answer is in how we view mistakes.