Have you found that it is often the obvious that is overlooked?
Here is a great example.
Sometimes his sister, Beth, had the craziest ideas. Mike was at Beth’s home, helping her put her life back together after her husband’s death. Today, he was photographing her valuables for insurance purposes. Beth had taken out a new policy and wanted to keep her own records. After Mike was finished with pictures and preparing to head home, Beth asked him to wait, she had two more 2 more items for him to photograph.
She then pulled her wedding and engagement rings from a book off her bookshelf. Mike was humored and asked her about her choice of hiding places. Mike told her that he thought the book was an odd place to keep her most cherished possessions. But, there they were, right out in the open.
But, Beth explained that the book safe was the safest place for her possessions. So safe that recently her rings eluded a burglar and a dishonest cousin. The burglar found the silverware and the cousin took cash from her wall safe. The rings were not touched. “Where would a burglar and a thieve look first?”, she asked. After thinking about it for a moment, Mike had to admit, that if he were a burglar, a book would be the last place he would look. He was pretty sure a burglar would look through drawers and closets, and break into any safe he or she might find.
As he drove home, Mike thought about the book safe or any other diversion safe might be useful. He lived in a low crime area, He had a lot of company and so did his teenage boys. You’d like to believe you can trust everyone. But, the reality is, you can’t.
When Mike arrived home, he ordered 2 diversion safes of his own.
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