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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Carmine Gallo
Connecticut easily reached its Obamacare enrollment goals by taking a page from the Apple company and opening up storefronts that allow people to drift in and get the skinny on the labyrinthine law, according to Forbes.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has long seen as the humorless and unemotional guy running the show from behind the scenes. But he is beginning to reveal a more assertive and eloquent side, hinting that he's learning to shoulder more of Steve Jobs' role as a front man and leader.
"The storefronts have friendly employees who greet people at the door, clearly explain their health care choices in plain English, and make sure the consumer walks out of the store having made the choice that best fits their needs—much like the goals of the Apple Store," contributor Carmine Gallo wrote.
Gallo said, is that when he presents a number he wants listeners to care about, he puts it into a meaningful context.