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Global Citizenship

Chris Bashinelli 4.0

Chris Bashinelli is an actor and activist from Brooklyn, New York, whose TV career spans from MTV to "The Sopranos." Bashinelli is the producer and host of "Bridge the Gap," an internationally recognized travel series that fosters intercultural dialogue by highlighting stories of everyday life from around the world. Concerned about a world becoming addicted to external gratification, he will talk about finding internal gratification by living a life with meaning and purpose.

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.

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Life-changing advice

Janet N. Ng, FCHFP, CEPP 5.0

Mentoring and advice from two Top of the Table qualifiers on work, life and leadership boosted business and improved the work-life balance for Janet Ng, from the Philippines. The timeless advice from her mentors can help financial advisors anywhere in the world.

Coming full circle

Fred Belman 0.0

When Belman moved from the U.S. to Lebanon, the country was war torn. He could not speak the language, had no natural market and knew nothing about his new market. Through many trials and tribulations, he managed to become one of the top life advisors in the country and believes if he could make it in the life insurance business, anyone can. In this session, he shares his story and imparts lessons along the way.

Facing emotional volatility: How to care for yourself and your clients

MDRT 5.0

Your ability to provide clients with your best objective advice in stressful times may be impacted by what's called compassion fatigue, which happens when you care about clients and overidentify with their anxieties. This is hard to avoid when you're a financial advisor who loves helping people. In this video, two financial therapists discuss what you can do about compassion fatigue and how self-care is not selfish.

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.

0:33:10

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.

0:02:43

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.

0:59:13

The skill of self-confidence

Dr. Ivan Joseph 5.0

No matter what the task, it takes self-confidence to get things done. Dr. Joseph presents self-confidence strategies that apply in business and life. Using visualization and other exercises, he helps people determine the current level of their self-confidence. His fascinating presentation covers how to develop self-confidence and interpret failure.

Reframing our fear of failure

Adam Kreek 0.0

Successful teams and organizations require a healthy relationship with failure. Too much fear — or too little — signals future disaster. Managing your fear of failure effectively allows for individual authenticity and reclaimed confidence, and we need both for sustained success and performance. In this session, learn to reframe your fear of failure and reclaim lost confidence by separating self-worth from past success and failure, and differentiating between blameworthy and praiseworthy failure.

Making the numbers

James D. Pittman, CLU, CFP 0.0

No matter how well you're doing in your career, tracking your daily activity can help you do better.

You're a member — now what?

Liz DeCarlo 0.0

MDRT can help you better your bottom line and connect with advisors worldwide.

Evolving ourselves

Juan Enriquez 0.0

Enriquez, one of the world’s leading authorities on genomic research’s uses and benefits, discusses the immense domino effect of innovation and change, whether in terms of the success of Uber or work with cloning and non-random mutation. The impact, he says, is that we are all controlling evolution. Presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting.

Legends and legacies

D. Scott Brennan; Walton W. Rogers, CLU, ChFC; Philip E. Harriman, CLU, ChFC (moderator) 0.0

Is it possible for different approaches to bring success, wonderful opportunities and inspiration to our colleagues and families? This learning experience focuses on two different visions brought to you in frank discussion from two legendary MDRT mentors. Hear Past MDRT Presidents Brennan and Rogers describe proven strategies for success in life and business with different paths to stardom, including ideas you can put to work in your practice today to lead confidently and leave a lasting legacy.

0:06:05

One more try

Kou Takaku 5.0

What’s one small secret for making a big difference in your life? Top of the Table qualifier Kou Takaku, of Japan, encourages everyone to gather up their courage and approach someone to learn and earn, from the 2019 Annual Meeting.

3 members make work-life balance a priority

Matt Pais 0.0

How to reduce stress and focus on family.