When he was younger one of my son’s favourite questions was; “if you could have any super power, what would it be?” He loved the idea of being a Superhero.
I think, deep down, we all like the idea of being a Superhero. Being able to do things others can’t; amazing things to help those around you.
Now I can’t grant you any super powers (sorry) but I can help you do something amazing to help those you love. Best of all there’s no need to be bitten by a radioactive spider, hit by a strange space mist, or hail from a different planet.
And there’s no need to be a heroic billionaire looking to save the city with an arsenal of high-tech gadgets. No, your new super powers are just going to need a little money.
How do these powers sound to you?
- If you die unexpectedly for any reason your family has the mortgage paid off, or there’s a lump sum available to help them out
- If you are struck down with a serious illness and need to take time off work, someone else pays the bills – and maybe they clear the mortgage too
- If you have an accident and break a bone (maybe whilst fighting crime?) someone pays money into your bank account to help ease the financial pain a little
Now, I know it’s not like you can stop a bullet, or run faster than the speed of sound, but they’re still pretty useful powers for your family.
Best of all, there’s no need to pay for them in one go. You can rent your super powers for just a little each month. In fact, you might be surprised how little it could cost to become a Superhero.
Please note – we can’t guarantee any form of comic book franchise off the back of your new powers, nor can we promise your new powers will make you “cool” with your kids. We’d also not recommend actually trying to fight crime.