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Norman Beck has been profiled in the New Yorker, he's shared his story on the stage of TED, he has breakfast with Warren Buffett and Bill Gates every year, and yet, there's a good chance you've never heard of him...until today. Norman Beck searches for data in hard to reach places. Because he looks where no one else looks, he knows what no one else knows. Norman's experience and skills were put to the test one day in a doctors office, when he found himself on the receiving end of a life threatening diagnosis. He knew his life depended on the answer to a very serious question: “who is the best surgeon I can find?” The answer to that question saved Norman's life, and led to his wildly popular Ted Talk. It's what leads him here today. With that said, let's get started...