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McDonald’s and the emergency room–what they have in common; but also why you will never see drive-through brain surgery

McDonald’s and the emergency room–what they have in common; but also why you will never see drive-through brain surgery

What do the hospital emergency room McDonald’s have in common? Answer: on-demand access. In this era of on-demand services, along with all-access TV and movie resources and all the other things instantly accessible via the internet, we sometimes find that clients and customers have unrealistic ideas about similar on-demand access to professional services.  Some people […]

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New Utah Law Limits Duration of Non-Compete Agreements

New Utah Law Limits Duration of Non-Compete Agreements

This new law does not outlaw non-compete agreements (as was rumored), but it does limit the duration of such agreements to 1 year. First and foremost, despite what you may have heard on the street, non-competition agreements are NOT outlawed in Utah.  While it is true that some of our state legislators did try to head […]

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Angel or Devil? New book will soon be available

Angel or Devil?  New book will soon be available

Each of us is both good and bad (depending on the day and circumstance).  Our life planning should reflect this reality. The new book is based on this idea, which I was first reminded of when reading a book by Tolstoy a few years ago, wherein is found the following profound statement: “Men [and women] […]

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Sushi and Professional Services

Sushi and Professional Services

Sushi and professional services have at least one thing in common: you should expect to pay a price for the good stuff. I love sushi.  Let me clarify–I love good sushi.  I would venture that most people who dislike sushi have never had quality sushi.  Rather, most people who say that they “hate sushi” are those […]

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$3,000 per hour (and $100 per signature)

$3,000 per hour (and $100 per signature)

We tend to see the “value” in medical services, but there can sometimes be a disconnect in how we view services provided by non-medical professionals. One of my family members recently visited a local doctor’s office for a “prescription maintenance” appointment.  In other words, my family member needed to see the physician’s assistant (i.e. not even […]

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