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Insurtech 2016 Research Report – Burnmark

Congratulations to Burnmark for a terrific job in the November 2016 Insurtech Research Report.  The report examines trends, drivers and market dynamics of the coming change in the insurance industry. At our company, we are developing our technology to provide “new algorithms for predicting risk” and believe “machine learning, will allow for vast automation of the underwriting process…”.  We are on the front end of changing outdated incumbent practices to will deliver innovative products that provide more value to consumers!  Enjoy the report and gain insights on how to survive, invest or partner in the insurtech space. Tweet Share this:LinkedInFacebookTwitterMoreEmailPinterestPrintGoogleLike this:Like...

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NYTimes: How Exercise May Help the Brain Grow Stronger

Just one more reason to get outside and get after it! Get inspired to get active and stay active.   http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/06/15/how-exercise-may-help-the-brain-grow-stronger/?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share Tweet Share this:LinkedInFacebookTwitterMoreEmailPinterestPrintGoogleLike this:Like...

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11 Ways to Be a Better Person in 2017 – The New York Times

  http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/12/28/style/100000004842690.app.html?nytapp=iphone If these 11 Ways to Be a Better Person don’t make sense, then further self examination is required. What a great place to start and end your search for your 2017 New Years resolutions. Tweet Share this:LinkedInFacebookTwitterMoreEmailPinterestPrintGoogleLike this:Like...

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eBike

I am not sure how feel about this eBike, except it looks pretty sick fun to ride!! http://hiconsumption.com/2016/05/carbon-e-bike-by-moto-parilla/ Tweet Share this:LinkedInFacebookTwitterMoreEmailPinterestPrintGoogleLike this:Like...

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NYTimes: Running as the Thinking Person’s Sport

This is a great article regarding running.  I have always said I do my best thinking while running.  The article talks about other endurance sport activities – biking and swimming – which also work for me but not as well.  Why? I speculate that the brain needs to compute a number of other factors with biking and swimming that deal with personal safety – so that has the potential to cloud thinking.  Anyways, focus on an issue, and run! Run until you solve it.  Forest Gump did. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/14/well/move/running-as-the-thinking-persons-sport.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share Tweet Share this:LinkedInFacebookTwitterMoreEmailPinterestPrintGoogleLike this:Like...

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Creativity is only limited by our imagination and willingness to work towards its realization - resident artist in business. I serve as the Chief Executive Officer of Nasdaq: GWGH

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