Read Millionaire Fastlane
- Aug 22, 2015
Tip on how to be an expert: Be humble.Yea, we know you don't like to read.
Like I said, I'm not going to waste my time pointing out the ignorance in every single one of your responses. You just keep making yourself look dumber and dumber in front of anyone who has any knowledge on the topic. Apparently you've single-handedly figured out the solution to one of the most elusive problems in the US healthcare industry. I'm just a health benefits attorney who literally specializes in plan/provider payment and reimbursement and represented consumers/patients in claim appeals, but wtf do I know. Maybe I should quit my job - healthcare is easy - just money in money out! DUH!
Everyone listen to this guy. He's the real guru. I was just trolling all of you apparently. He's probably an expert in investing too - it's just money in, money out! Easy! Who needs advice. Nuclear physics? Probably just money in, money out. Actuarial science....oh yea, uh, money in, money out. Stupid actuaries. Stupid lawyers. Stupid everyone. Money in, Money out!!
I know a fair amount about developing software. To some people, I'm an expert. I certainly charge a fair amount for my time when my team and I develop software for a client.
Do I know everything? Nope. Its not possible to know everything. Besides that, there are different schools of thought on the best way to develop software. Netflix, for example, hires the absolute best developers they can find, and pays the hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to each of them. They figure that doing that, they save on management costs because they don't need as many developers. Other companies rely on the system of software development they've created to manage their projects effectively. They hire more developers and pay them less. Which way of thinking is correct? Beyond that, which language, hardware, project management methodology is best? Who knows?
You act like you know everything about health insurance and and eliquid brings nothing to the discussion. Even if you were 100% right in this situation, the fact that you have that attitude makes me, your audience, suspect that you don't know as much as you think you know. Its not possible to know everything about the insurance industry. There are different laws state to state, and each person brings a unique combination of needs with them as well.
Eliquid brings some pretty deep business experience to the table. I'm betting that he's at least partly right. You, as an expert, would be more convincing if you acknowledged what he's right about.
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