The American Healthcare Crisis Gets Worse

The American healthcare system is broken, and a simple economics distinction can fix it: “scarcity and abundance.” George Gilder (the New York Times bestselling author, economist, and writer of the foreword for my book) taught me that wealth flows to organizations or individuals who squander the abundant resource and protect the scarce. I’ve discovered that sometimes it’s really hard to …

Abandon Average for Remarkable

I believe it’s a better strategy to back your strengths and support your weaknesses than to try and be well rounded. We all have weaknesses to support. But what I’ve discovered in my rather long life is that what limits us is not that we’re blind, or that we’re diabetic, or that we have 6…

The Narratives of Life

As decades pass in our lives, there are certain common life narratives that we all share. For instance, my country squire years occurred during my thirties. This is typically the “settling down” narrative where the horizon still seems infinite and you can still “have it all” (whatever that means for your own life). It begins…