October 26, 2016

Limitations Are Simply Challenges Yet to Be Overcome

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Now that the Olympic games have come to a close it is a good time to reflect on all that was accomplished, and how lessons of the games apply to us individually and collectively as an organization.

New records were smashed like:

• Michael Phelps extends his record as most decorated Olympian of all time with 23 gold medals and 28 medals overall.

• Usain Bolt completing the “Triple – Triple” achieving gold medals in the 100, 200, and 4×100 relay in three consecutive Olympic Games.

• Simone Biles wins four gold medals including the Women’s team all-around and Women’s individual all-around winning by the largest margin in a half-century.

We stand in awe as these and many other extraordinary events unfolded over the last few weeks. It is inspiring to consider how impossible it must have seemed in Oxford, England, when 25-year-old medical student Roger Bannister cracked the four-minute mile. A time that was considered unattainable for a human being up until the moment he broke through this mental and physical barrier.

As an organization, we take great inspiration from these moments. As I grow more familiar with the ProSight culture I see similarities in how we approach man-made barriers. Looking at how we empower our customers with solutions that help them break through and achieve what was seemingly impossible.

It is the ability to adapt and overcome the restraints of conventional thinking that powers the ProSight Difference and advances our clients’ interests and those of our industry.

Together, we are achieving greatness by challenging limitations every day.