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From crash victim to colonel

Liz DeCarlo 0.0

Following a helicopter crash, MDRT member Diane McCurdy has focused her efforts on supporting the Canadian military.

0:33:10

A tale of 2 brains

Mark Gungor 0.0

After years of conducting seminars and working with couples, Gungor has diagnosed the underlying cause of much discord: distinct brain characteristics. Listen, laugh and learn about how male and female brains work and how these differences often lead to misunderstandings.

0:15:37

The inspirational tipping point

Simon Reilly 0.0

Reilly asks members what some of their biggest concerns are and encourages them to believe in themselves.

1:00:04

The problem page

Mary Fenwick 5.0

Mary Fenwick came to her role as an “agony aunt” through an unusual route. She first trained as a business coach, supervised by a Harvard professor of psychology. Her interest was in how people do their best work and how they manage themselves. This is an opportunity for attendees to ask questions about whatever is holding them back — whether it’s a relationship with a business partner, an inability to say no to demands, anxiety over a teenage child or a fear of being “found out.” Learn new approaches to handling issues that arise in your personal and professional life.

0:17:36

Great meeting and great mentors

Yolie Aleman-Rodriguez and Logan Naidu, ACII, CFP 0.0

Hear about benefits of mentoring for both parties, niche marketing, being an aspirant, value of MDRT and the mentoring program.

0:26:51

The 5 keys to ultimate health

Dr. Ross Walker 0.0

Achieving ultimate health is a dream for many. However, the solution for health issues cannot and should not be found in a pill. There are five key ingredients necessary for people to be the healthiest they can be. Dr. Ross Walker, cardiologist and author of seven bestselling books including “5 Stages of Health” and “Highway to Health,” will discuss how to achieve these five keys.

1971 President: Richard G. Bowers Sr., CLU

MDRT 0.0

Richard G. Bowers Sr., CLU, of Keokuk, Iowa, MDRT’s 1971 President, died July 17. He was 94. Bowers first joined MDRT in 1954, accumulating 58 years of membership. He achieved two Court of the Table and one Top of the Table qualifications during his career, and he attended 45 Annual Meetings and one Top of the Table Annual Meeting. He served as MDRT Foundation President in 1977 and was a Gold Knight-level contributor.

0:02:43

How to get through tough times: MDRT Past President series

Jack B. Turner, CLU, ChFC 5.0

Thrive despite difficulties. Advice on how to conquer adversity, from 1983 MDRT President Jack Turner.

The only limits are those of vision

Alan Chambers, MBE 0.0

Facing temperatures well below zero and pulling a load of 100 kilograms, polar explorer Chambers and his team walked more than 1,000 kilometers across the frozen sea, from Canada to the North Pole, to deliver a project deemed impossible. Against all the odds, they succeeded after years of planning and training subsequently returning a further 11 times. Join him as he discusses the power of self-belief and a mindset that proves “the old way isn’t the only way” to succeed. His inspirational story has powerful messages people can take in to their work place, their lives and every aspect of the future.

Turning tragedy into prevention

Matt Pais 0.0

Joseph Gootter created his own foundation after losing his son to sudden cardiac death.

0:43:22

Endeavor to succeed

Mark Kelly and Gabby Giffords, Mark Kelly, Gabby Giffords 5.0

NASA astronaut Mark Kelly and his wife U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords describe their life after an assassination attempt on Giffords in 2011.

Choose to grow

Caroline A. Banks, APFS 0.0

Banks says change is inevitable but growth remains an option.

Q&A: Patricia Tello-Vallarino, AFA

Patricia Tello-Vallarino, AFA 0.0

Tello-Vallarino describes her target market, how she stays motivated and more.

0:36:01

Spirit of commitment

Derek Dingwall 0.0

MDRT member Derek Dingwall shares how MDRT and attending his first Annual Meeting in 1981 helped him identify the true measure of success: time spent with family.

How Helen West achieves a work-life balance

Antoinette Tuscano 0.0

MDRT member talks about how her career and community involvement work together.

0:25:42

Classically trained

D. Scott Brennan 0.0

2012 MDRT First Vice President Brennan explains how his MDRT membership made him the person he is today. Brennan relates how his father's membership in MDRT set him on his path towards his own membership and how learning to sell life insurance is like learning how to master an art.