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March
2010

Health Care Reform – The Impact on U.S. Employers and Employees

Tweet “While I personally did not support President Obama on U.S. Health Care Reform, such reform is already proving very good for my business...
 
12
February
2010

U.S. Health Care Reform Update: The Coming Opportunity for Entrepreneurs

Tweet Reducing the cost of health care is the greatest short-term entrepreneurial opportunity of this century What Employers and Employees Should Do Now U.S....
 
29
January
2010

How I Got My First Book Published

Tweet Entrepreneurs must be on the “cutting edge” (black ink) versus the “bleeding edge” (red ink) of new products, ideas, and trends. In October...
 
11
January
2010

China and U.S. Health Care Reform – Part II

Tweet Note: This blog post should be read as an addendum to my previous post (http://www.zanebenefits.com/tec/2009/12/123/China+and+U.S.+Health+Care+Reform). My wife and I have returned from China....
 
12
December
2009

Thinking About Retiring Early? Get Health Insurance First – Forbes Magazine

So instead of tapping the Account for a $500 doctor bill today, pay the bill out of other funds and let the...
 
3
December
2009

China and U.S. Health Care Reform

Tweet Since September 2009, my working days have focused on U.S. Health Care Reform. My working nights have focused on Chinese wellness, sickness care,...
 
9
November
2009

U.S. Healthcare Reform Will Create Major Opportunities for Entrepreneurs

Tweet The House of Representatives passed its version of health care reform this past weekend. The bill now moves to the Senate where the...
 
30
October
2009

Why We Should Replace Most State Legislators

Tweet Getting rid of officials who insist on keeping their government-supplied coverage is mandatory for long-term health insurance reform. Despite everything going on now...
 
27
October
2009

Reveling in Rejection

Tweet How I got rejected at Wharton and learned one of life’s most important lessons Rejection by a qualified prospect means that you, personally,...
 
23
October
2009

Employment Update: Why Things are About to Get Much Worse

Tweet While the U.S. economy is getting better on Wall Street, things are getting worse on Main Street. Unemployment benefits are running out and...