Hold your horses. I am going to talk about health insurance.
However, I am going to avoid waxing too political... primarily because I am tired of the politics surrounding a financial decision. I am tired of the Democrats accusing the Republicans of being partisan and vice versa.
I think that if people understood that health insurance is a financial decision and not a decision based on “caring” or “compassion” then we would probably come to a solution to our problem.
The premise of this post is that the problem with the health care debate is the assumption that health care insurance actually costs less than just paying for the service.
So, follow me on a couple of key concepts. continue reading...
Just because we apply this vision of a sales person to car salesmen, you see people like this all the time.
It’s the multi-level marketer that always want to talk to you about “a once in a lifetime business opportunity.
It’s the real estate broker that is always pitching how much he can sell your house.
It’s the person that always is trying to convince you that what you are doing can be done better if you just try the latest and greatest.
When someone is overbearing, we know it.
When we are overbearing, no one tells us. continue reading...
Yeah, I get it. It is a rough economy. Businesses are failing. People are out of work. Making it through the tough economy is just plain tough.
Blah, Blah, Blah.
Forgive me if I sound insensitive… or don’t forgive me, I don’t care.
Times change (the people voted for change, didn’t they). Situations change.
The real question is, “Are you willing to change?”
Are you willing to change your life style? Are you willing to change the amount of money you make? Are you willing to change your approach to the way you run your business? continue reading...