Cost of Health Care, When to Delegate, Parenting Kids
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 6, Episode 219
- Sep 14, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:21:10 mins
Why market competition has not brought down health care costs (20:01) Gerald Friedman, Ph.D. is a Professor of Economics at the University of Massachusetts. Every year America spends more on health care than we did the year before. This past year our country spent an average of over $10,000 per person! Currently, health care is a hotly debated political topic. Some are advocating market competition, while others believe that it’s to blame. Jerry Friedman discusses why he believes market competition hasn’t brought down health care costs. When to Delegate (1:06:40) Jenny Blake is an author, business strategist, and international speaker. She helps people get organized, avoid burnout, and build careers. She is the author of PIVOT: The Only Move That Matters is Your Next One, which won an award for Axiom Best Business Book in the careers category. Are you the kind of person who tries to do everything by yourself? It’s often difficult to delegate tasks to others, especially if you are a perfectionist who is worried about others not getting the job done. Whether it be delegating chores to children or delegating responsibilities to employees, we fear a lack of control if we aren’t in charge. Jenny Blake has a lot of experience with delegating. Delegation helped her to not only save her business in 2013 but also helped her to triple her income in 2014. She shares with us about how to delegate effectively. Parenting Kids Different Than You (1:55:15) Heather Johnson, M.S., has been an adjunct faculty member at Brigham Young University for nearly 10 years. She is passionate about teaching students the principles behind successful families and the importance of families spending time together. Heather blogs at FamilyVolly.com. Heather talks about Parenting Kids Different Than You.