Veteran John Malkin Talks About His Injury - Failing to Remember Going Forward

John Malkin served with the Navy Seabees. He was born in Neubrucke, Germany as his father was a member of the US Army and his mother worked for NATO as a translator during the Cold War. During his term in the service, John was severely injured, receiving multiple concussions. Following his accident, he spent seven days in intensive care. An injury to his right frontal lobe caused amnesia, depression and sleep disorders. Owing to his concussion injury, John sometimes forgets what he did the previous day, or where he parked his car. He has learned to live and sometimes laugh about his memory lapses. John learned after his injury was that there are no real recovery systems available for individuals with severe concussions. But, with the help of some good friends, neighbors and his mentor, he is working hard to recover. Through diet and exercise, he is taking control of his life again.

Rebuilding Together Baltimore

Rebuilding Together Baltimore is a nonprofit organization devoted to providing critical home repairs to low-income homeowners at no cost to the homeowners. We serve low-income seniors, families, and people with disabilities who live in the Baltimore area. Our goal is to make homes warmer, safer, and drier. http://rtbaltimore.org

Alana's Story of Her Family and Life Insurance

The term life insurance policy Alana Havenstrite's husband had expired just before their family's dream trip to Canada. They intended to get a new policy, but postponed meeting with their agent until after their return. Unfortunately, the trip turned tragic and changed their family's life forever.

The Reason - Ryan Parker

Ryan Parker, National Accounts Vice President at Fidelity & Guaranty Life talks about the reason he devoted his life work to life insurance.

Director Mickey Duzyj talks about his short "The Shining Star of Losers Everywhere" for ESPN's 30 for 30

Director Mickey Duzyj talks about his short "The Shining Star of Losers Everywhere" for ESPN's 30 for 30 The strange but true story of how Japanese racehorse Haru Urara became a nationally celebrated symbol of perseverance while enduring a losing streak of epic proportions. Director and artist Mickey Duzyj traveled to Japan to uncover the story behind the horse's unlikely rise to fame, and presents this animated short as the answer to how an undersized horse who vowed to "Never Give Up" became known as The Shining Star of Losers Everywhere. WINNER- Best Short Documentary, Hot Docs 2016. Official Selection: The Sundance Film Festival, SXSW Filmfest, Aspen Shortsfest, Hot Docs, Rooftop Films, and more. 2016.

The Great Recession - Center for Retirement Research at Boston College

Brian Grigg, FGL's Vice President of Annuity Distribution meets with Matt Rutledge from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. Matt defines what the Great Recession is, and the problems that are associated with it.

Is Social Security Enough? - Center for Retirement Research at Boston College

Matt Rutledge from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College and FGL's Brian Grigg discuss how Social Security is still the biggest source of income for retirees, but how it may not be enough anymore.

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