Would we be in this position if the coronavirus came twenty years ago?
Hi-didlee-day, a writer’s life for me. And more often than not, that’s nothing to sing about. Especially while maintaining a “normal life” (marriage, bills, house upkeep, raising children, impressing bosses at the old day job). With the stress of trying to run my startup publishing company, keeping up with the “normal life” stuff, and workingContinue reading “Steps”
A few weeks ago I announced my next book, Profit Over Patients. It’s the powerful true story about a man who grew up in poverty and beat the odds to spend his life doing what he loved to do – treating patients in his own medical clinic. He and his wife had three beautiful children, andContinue reading “A Letter to My Readers”
When I tell people I’m on a diet, they’re usually like, “Huh? Really? You?” I may not look like Buddha, and my Wii Fit may tell me I’m not obese, but there’s more to it than that. For a long time, I’ve been an absolute butt head to my family. I’m working on a couple different booksContinue reading “How I’m Saving My Family”
Got back from vacation yesterday. First off, I’d like to apologize to the woman sitting in seat 9A for my daughter kicking your seat and trying out different hair styles for your noggin. I promise, we’re good parents. She’s just a little ball of energy that just has to indulge her creative side. Anyway, getting backContinue reading “My New Year’s Resolution Starts Today”
You’ve seen them taken out of your pay checks. You’ve seen them shipped away in the mail box. You’ve seen them eat up your checking and savings accounts. You’ve heard it said that insurance is there for your protection. But like anything else in the world, there is a fee. Fair enough. If you wantContinue reading “Where Do Your Premium Payments Go?”
You’re sick. You begrudgingly take off work, using your last sick day of the year available to you. You’d rather not go to the doctor, but your boss is requiring a doctor’s note. You drag yourself out of bed, buckle the screaming baby up in the car seat, drive to the doctor and sign in.Continue reading “Do You REALLY Understand Healthcare?”