Q: What are you reading? A: “The Things You Can See Only when You Slow Down” by Haemin Sunim. It was given to me by a very good friend. Lots of great wisdom for everyday mindfulness in our fast-paced society.
Q: What are you reading? A: “Don’t Bullsh*t Yourself,” by Jon Taffer. It’s a great read on making decisions and getting things done.
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Q: What are you reading? A: “You are a Badass” by Jen Sincero, which is an amazing book series
Q: What are you reading? A: “Small Great Things” by Jodi Picoult. It’s about ethics in health care around racism and how that dynamic impacts lives on a personal and legal level.
There are so many challenges, but one that is near and dear to me is access to higher education and increasing graduation rates.
Q: What are you reading? A: “Winning” by Jack Welch (for the third time). I have found this book to contain many valuable insights and strategies that I can relate to in my career — particularly the chapter on “Letting Go Iis Hard to Do.” I have got to learn to trust others more.
I love Las Vegas, but like any city we have challenges. I believe we need to address some of the health care issues we face as a city. We need more physicians and easier access for patients, especially for some of our pediatric oncology patients. The UNLV School of Medicine is a great start to facing this challenge.
The amount of potential population growth in the next five years will be our biggest challenge in Southern Nevada. How, we as a community, handle water, land, property taxes and mortgage lending for our new residents will impact our potential growth and development.
The biggest challenge facing the future of Las Vegas is the funding of education and mental health services. The increasing demand for these services, with the lack of appropriate funding, is a mounting crisis that threatens the future growth and vitality of this community.