I Know This Man is Right, We Need to Listen to Him.
I know this man is right. I worked in healthcare (rehabilitation administration), and now I work in insurance (I am licensed to sell, among other lines, Medicare, long-term care, and health insurance policies). Jerry Rhoads bravely offers up solutions to serious and increasing problems. This book is worth consideration by Baby Boomers, as well as their Generation XYZ offspring, but I would especially like to press it into the hands of my former healthcare employers. Which brings me to how I know that this man is right: After reading 88 percent of the book, hearing Jerry Rhoads out, and becoming convinced that his strategies were worth at least a try, he mentioned one of the communities that he had turned around: The United Methodist Village, in my home community. My great aunt lived there. I did not know that Jerry Rhoads was lead consultant of the team that turned Lawrenceville's Methodist Village into the flagship I have always known it as until that point in my reading. This man is right, and we need to listen to him.