There’s elephants in the room. Welcome to new LifeSearch podcast series Searching for Elephants. It’s fortnightly discussion and debate, interviews and insights, and real people’s real stories. It’s an honest look at the talking points inside and outside our business, our industry, our lives.
We’ve spent over 20 years making life insurance - or protection as well call it - easier and more transparent. In that time we’ve made protection advice more accessible to anyone who wants it - and now our award-winning advice and more lands on Spotify, Apple, and YouTube every two weeks.
Created and hosted by Angus Baigrie with regular appearances from his Dad, LifeSearch CEO Tom, we invite you to come and meet the elephants.
Racial Inequality with Darren Sturdy and Tom Baigrie
Darren Sturdy is an advisor of colour at LifeSearch. He and Tom Baigrie spoke in July 2020 about what it has been like growing up as a Black man in Britain and how George Floyd's death is changing things.
Shaun Barker is retiring after 14 brilliant years with LifeSearch, he and Tom Baigrie have a conversation that covers all areas. From the early days of LifeSearch's Leeds branch to more recent memories both positive and negative, no holds barred.
6 Searchers tell us all about their festive plans. A wonderful and weird selection of things are chatted about including everyone's thoughts on parsnips, Hawaiian Pizza and eco-friendly Christmas lights!
End of Year Winner's Speeches
Our winners from this year's End of Year Celebration tell us how they feel in an 8 minute mash up. Well done winners!
Income Protection with Tom Baigrie and Roy McLoughlin - Episode 2
Tom Baigrie and Roy McLoughlin make a lot of noise about income protection and we presume the industry wants to sell more of it. But are we totally aligned? Are there parts of the market that don't want to sell more IP?
Income Protection with Tom Baigrie and Roy McLoughlin
Tom and Roy discuss how the IP landscape has completely changed in the last year, and that it's now a whole new ball game with more people than ever before thinking about how they themselves must protect their income.