The concept of “protecting your interests” should be a driving imperative as you assess just how much of your life as a public figure (or an individual who needs protection for a variety of private life reasons) reasonably needs protection of some level. As a family person (or as an individual unmarried or having no children), the protection of life, well-being, company interests, and private property should be a personal philosophy.
Interestingly, Socrates, the most famous philosopher in history, was a soldier in the Greek armies for much of his life, and was said to have saved one of the Greek general’s life. He then left the soldier’s life, and eventually became the trenchant, rhetorical sage of Athens.
Socrates’ maxim of “Know yourself” can be applied to your personal security and protection. Here at WWP, that’s what we follow, a philosophy of knowing ourselves and of knowing very well our clients and knowing extraordinarily well all the potential people or situations that present threats to our clients safety and property.
Think about what protecting your interests means. It’s rather a deep contemplation. And a very important one, considering all the implications and consequences.
We’re here to put your personal philosophy into action.
Talk to us today.