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Today's Key Question:
In your opinion, did the medical bureaucracy delay the response of the government to the pandemic? If so, should the regulations that were suspended, be so permanently?
See the article below.
"Why Purpose-Driven Businesses Are Faring Better In Covid-19"
* How exactly are these purpose-driven companies outperforming their peers in this difficult time? Four themes emerged that might entice other leaders to do the work of connecting to purpose as the way to survive this pandemic, not a nice to have if and when they do survive.
"Market Changes Favoring the Sale of Private Placement Life Insurance (PPLI) by Financial Advisors and Life Insurance Agents"
From JD Supra:
* My first introduction to private placement insurance products came in 1996 when I met a husband and wife team that were involved in the first iteration of Scottish Annuity and Life Insurance (SALI). When I went to work for Deloitte and Touche, I did freelance work for them writing fiduciary due diligence reports for life insurance trusts. During this time, I became better acquainted with private placement insurance products. I had an opportunity to go to work in the private placement life insurance (PPLI) marketplace on a full time basis in 1999 when I went to work with Mass Mutual.
“6 Reasons the Average Person Always Needs Insurance”
From Think Advisor:
* It’s not hard to make the case why anytime is a good time to buy (life) insurance
"2 Drive-In Theaters Heading To Bergen County, One Includes Booze + Food Trucks"
From Daily Voice:
SK comment: Good to see transformation in the movie industry.
"Medical deregulation should survive coronavirus"
From Washington Examiner:
* While loosening regulations prompts some fears, the coronavirus is proving that inflexible and sclerotic regulations kill people rather than save them. Our current, dire experiment will help inform policymakers about which regulations to abolish in the near future. We hope that many of the sensible steps that have been taken will remain in effect long after the coronavirus has passed.
Here's a short video from Steve on how you can purchase insurance in these changing times....Watch Here