Samuel Nathan Kahn on the Importance of Lifelong Learning

Samuel Nathan Kahn is a professional regulated claims adjustor, and an avid learner.

Sam Kahn understands that learning doesn’t just stop once you’ve finished school. It’s an ongoing, lifelong process. If you truly want to be an expert in your field, you need to continue to improve your own knowledge.

Samuel Nathan Kahn has seen success as a businessman because he is willing to continue to learn.

Sam Kahn dedicates a lot of his time to improving his business skills and learning, stating “I have learning sessions, and I study every day.”

Lifelong learning can help you achieve personal and professional fulfilment and satisfaction. If you truly want to chase your ambitions, you need to be committed to bettering yourself. People often understand the importance of exercising their bodies, but they underestimate the importance of exercising the mind.

Ongoing studying can have many benefits, including renewed self-motivation, boosted self-confidence and improvement in your personal and professional life.

Sam Kahn has benefited a lot from his continual studying, as it has enabled him to reach his goals and become a successful businessman, operating a regulated claims management company, as well as supporting local UK charities.

Samuel Kahn suggests that everyone should be proactive about their learning. You should be willing to make a commitment and pursue your own development.

Sam Kahn has a great admiration for those who go after what they want, and don’t let anything hold them back from their own success, even when they get rejected or knocked back.

Learning can come in many forms, whether it’s learning a new practical skill, reading an informational book, or improving your social skills. Sam Kahn refuses to be stuck in one spot, and continues to move forward by learning something new every single day.

He uses this knowledge to better his local community, and help people in his business who have been misguided or given false information.

To find out more about Samuel Nathan Kahn and how he can support you, visit his website

About Samuel Nathan Kahn:

Samuel Nathan Kahn aka Sam Kahn is a businessman who owns and operates a regulated claims management firm in the United Kingdom. He is a Professional Regulated Claims Adjustor, over the last ten years and has built a successful business around it. He started this business to help the people who have lost their money by the misguidance of others. Samuel Kahn says “I am continuously growing myself and due to this I am able to help more and more people”.


Dr. Samuel Bride Volunteers in Africa and the Middle East to Give Back to Those in Need

 In developing countries around the world, people are not always in as good of a position as in the United States. In regions like the Middle East and Africa which can be war torn or underdeveloped, sometimes it is very difficult for the local population to receive the proper medical care that they need.

Dr. Bride recently took the time to visit The Gambia and Jordan. These two areas needed the help of a knowledgeable physician, and Samuel Bride M.D. answered the call. First, Dr. Bride spent 2 months in The Gambia, which is located in West Africa, where he volunteered at a local medical clinic with local physician Dr. Sallah at the Lamtoro Medical Clinic. During this time, he also was needed to help with some abdominal surgeries in the capital city of Banjul. You can see more photos of Dr. Bride with the people of The Gambia on his medium story about the trip at: After leaving The Gambia, Dr. Bride also was needed in Jordan to help Syrian refugees at the Zaatari refugee camp. The Syrian people here have lost everything, including their homes, and there was a need for proper medical care. Here, Dr. Bride worked hand in hand with the Jordan Health Department and the United Nations to bring basic medical care to the families in desperate need of support. Dr. Bride spent a month here helping out and fulfilling his Hippocratic Oath as a physician in the United States.

When asked about his time spent volunteering, Dr. Samuel Bride states, “It was the most rewarding and gratifying experience of my life so far, hands down.” He continued by saying, “I think all physicians, especially here in the United States where we experience many of the luxuries in life, should take some time at least once in their life to show appreciation for everything they have by giving back to those who are in a less fortunate situation.”

Dr. Bride currently practices urgent care medicine for UMD Urgent Care – L.I.C. in New York, but says that some day soon he may volunteer again somewhere in the world where he is needed. Doctors are always needed around the world to help in areas experiencing issues or crises, and Dr. Bride would like to get more doctors involved. He has set up an email address for any questions about his experiences in The Gambia and Jordan, or if you are a physician who would like to find out more about volunteering your time, you can contact Dr. Samuel Bride at

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Canada – Samuel De Champlain Bridge: Special illumination for the Journée internationale de la Francophonie 

The Samuel De Champlain Bridge will be lit up tonight in the colours of the Journée internationale de la Francophonie, from sunset until 10 p.m.

“The Journée internationale de la Francophonie gives us the opportunity to celebrate the French language, which has been part of the identity and cultural richness of Quebec and Canada alike, since its creation. This year, La Francophonie is paying special tribute to Francophone women and their resiliency. To commemorate the event, the Samuel De Champlain Bridge will be lit in bright colours.”

—The Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities