Archive for April, 2010
As I write it’s Monday morning, March 22, the day after the vote on the health care reform bill. Our country is as polarized as I ever remember. The victors claim vindication. The vanquished vow retribution. Both sides know the battle is far from over. And both claim defeat of their perspective will cause destruction of our country. For a year we have watched politics at its ugliest. Name calling, intimidation, exaggeration, sleazy back room deals all to get or block passage of this bill.
It leaves most of us bewildered, fearful and angry. What does it mean to each of us and our families? What will our children and grandchildren face? Will it destroy or save our country? Read More→
“Find a job you love and you’ll never work another day in your life.“ Harvey Mackay
In 1997 I switched careers from pastoring a church to working as a financial adviser. I had invested successfully over many years and found it interesting. I enjoy working with people so I decided to help others in a different way. It was tough the first few years getting established. But I worked hard and built my business. Eventually we reaped the fruit. We enjoyed a good income, freedom to take time off and a rewarding career.
Then the 2008 meltdown hit. As the market plummeted the phone calls ratcheted up. Read More→