Fri, 3 April 2020
Does real estate investment beat the stocks, even if the tenant doesn’t pay? Jason and Adam discuss the perks of real estate investment compared to the stock market, even if a tenant doesn’t pay. This question strikes a chord as millions of Americans will have trouble paying their rent or mortgage on April 1.
Remember to stay calm, keep good counsel, keep your eye on the ball and take action.
Jason is joined with Tom, to wrap up some advice and details about the 1031 tax-deferred exchange alternative.
[2:45] Millions of Americans will have trouble paying rent/mortgage
[6:00] Stay calm, keep good counsel, keep your eye on the ball and take action
[11:08] Will there be a decline in the use of public spaces?
[15:30] Does real estate beat the stock market?
[18:40] What is the average return on real estate investment? Adam shares his experience with the 100k home
[21:45] Johnny from Arlington
[23:10] The loan modification culture is back
[23:49] Learn More: Strategic Defaults & Loan Modifications
[28:40] Reach out to one of our investment counselors to build a relationship with them and to gain some knowledge in a given market
[30:30] The 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange Alternative, Part II with Tom
Wed, 1 April 2020
Hoax or not, we are facing a recession. Jason Hartman discusses the suburban differences between China and the U.S. We should all expect to see Stimulus Maximus. How much debt can we handle before things don’t work out?
Our guest today is Venture Alliance Member Mike Zlotnik who is preparing for the good, bad and ugly.
[3:00] Hoax or not, we are facing a recession
[10:00] The U.S. is unlike China, think suburbia
[11:50] Stimulus Maximus
[14:00] How much debt is too much debt? Nobody knows
[19:30] How is the market responding to the Coronavirus right now?
[20:30] I cannot predict the future, just prepare for the good, bad, and the ugly
[29:15] Buying limited partner (LP) shares at a big discount
[31:30] A migration away from the dense areas of residence
Fri, 20 March 2020
Jason Hartman speaks with returning guest and author of the book, “Heads I Win Tails You Lose,” Patrick Donohoe. The conversation touches on topics of an ever changing world culture that continues to reshape how we approach wealth, the freedom to do, and in what we find meaning. Despite some of the chaos and cultural decay, the 2020’s are going to bring some excitement to the world.
[20:40] It’s not freedom from having to do something, it’s freedom to do something.
[22:07] The order of magnitude: an interesting time in history where we are going to see massive change.
[24:00] The rising 3 billion, that aren’t online yet: If you think that society has benefited from sharing knowledge, you’re right.
[26:38] There will always be winners and losers
[28:40] The Ritz Carlton Slogan discussion “Systemize the predictable so you can humanize the exceptional.”
[32:27] People are still trying to find meaning in other things.
[33:16] A little bit of struggle is good for the human spirit
Tue, 17 March 2020
153: Global Hibernation, Coronavirus Best/Worst-Case, IIDD Profits, Self-Management Tips, Guest Drew Baker
Almost speechless, Jason Hartman discusses financial strategy along with best/worst-case scenarios in dealing with the Coronavirus. The economy of planet Earth is possibly facing a global hibernation, how long will it last, and how will we recover?
In today’s second segment, Jason speaks with guest Drew Baker, about self-management tips and applications to ease some of the hassles. Drew speaks about his experiences with the value of quality tenants.
[2:51] The economy of planet Earth is going into hibernation mode
[4:08] “Buy on fear, sell on greed.” -Warren Buffet
[6:28] How do you recover from a couple of months sliced out of an annual GDP?
[8:15] Exploring best/worst-case hypotheticals
[12:05] Supply/demand shock
[14:00] Inflation Induced Debt Destruction profits to come
[17:30] Drew Baker
[18:43] Buildium vs Property Tracker
[23:00] A better quality tenant can make for an easier self-management experience, a lower quality tenant makes the property manager a little more needed
[27:00] A great tenant goes a long way
[32:00] Coronavirus, a baby-boomer bomb
Fri, 13 March 2020
Jason is joined with investment counselor Carrie to discuss some more current properties. Take a mini-tour with Carrie in York, Pennsylvania, or listen up for this auditory property tour through Alabama, Georgia, and Indiana.
In the second segment today, Jason discusses the hybrid approach to property management, prompted by a Voxer message from client Bruce. As well, Jason speaks on three basic economic maladies; inflation, deflation, and stagnation. This drives the show to our final topic of Jimmy Carter and Malthusian thinking.
[1:20] Atlanta, Georgia area property only 9 miles from the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport
[4:30] Port city, Mobile, Alabama property offers low property taxes
[7:00] Property Tour with Carrie in York, Pennsylvania
[9:00] The latest empowered investor, Bruce, taking the hybrid approach
[11:40] Firing your property manager, self-managing or the hybrid approach. Not all bad or mysterious
[13:30] The three basic economic maladies; inflation, deflation, and stagnation
[18:40] The carter administration was typified by Malthusian thinking
[19:45] Jimmy Carter’s infamous Malaise Speech
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Wed, 11 March 2020
Super-Monday, the youngest Creating Wealth listener and a letter about money from the late great Kobe Bryant. Today, investment counselor, Naresh returns with questions for Jason about a few investment properties in “The Vegas of the South,” and Citrus Springs Florida. Jason elaborates on the recurring real estate investment theme of “Refi ‘till you Die.” And finally, the importance of understanding ROA (Return On Amortization).
[4:28] A Fourplex, new home construction deal!
[7:05] Tunica Resorts property, the Vegas of the South
[8:32] 32% return on invest IS a conservative number in a multidimensional asset class
[8:50] How To Analyze an Asset Class, Free Video – JasonHartman.com
[9:45] Advice on money, from a letter that Kobe Bryant wrote
[15:30] “Refi ‘till you Die” plan
[16:20] ROA return on amortization
[26:50] Citrus Springs, Florida
Fri, 6 March 2020
Thou shalt diversify. The continuation of our discussion on due diligence. Jason and Adam present tips on investigating the areas in which you own property. Use tools like google street view to take a tour of the surrounding areas to understand the influences for value and rent.
Adam shares a real life scenario on a property in Merrillville, Indiana. Find out what questions you should ask before investing in a property.
[3:00] Thou shalt diversify. Diversity into three to five markets.
[5:55] Use google street view to understand the areas that surround your investment.
[8:30] Check with local property management companies to confirm rent estimates.
[11:15] Put the system to work with a real life evaluation of a current property.
[14:10] The institutional apartments do a really good job of squeezing the rent out. We should be demanding more for our properties.
Mon, 24 February 2020
Do the Due! Do your due diligence. Jason Hartman speaks with investment counselor Adam Schroeder about key aspects of income property investing including; checking home prices with Zillow and contacting the Tax Assessor. The two give insight on working with lenders and the importance of home inspection and re-inspection.
[4:00] Where to find pricing: MLS, Zillow and Tax Assessor
[9:10] Pictures can be insanely misleading. Sometimes, it’s not even the same house.
[14:25] A quick call to the country tax assessor can give you a ballpark estimate on taxes for an investment property.
[19:35] Lender deals can change due to dynamics of reevaluations.
[24:00] The licensing laws vary from state to state, check the requirements for you state
Sat, 22 February 2020
Investment counselor Adam Schroeder talks with one of the lenders in the network to discuss what mortgage rates investors should be expecting.
Fri, 21 February 2020
Super-Monday, the youngest Creating Wealth listener and a letter about money from the late great Kobe Bryant. Today, investment counselor, Naresh returns with questions for Jason about a few investment properties in “The Vegas of the South,” and Citrus Springs Florida. Jason embellishes on the recurring real estate investment theme of “Refi ‘till you Die.” And finally, the importance of understanding ROA (Return On Amortization).
[4:28] A Fourplex, new home construction deal!
[7:05] Tunica Resorts property, the Vegas of the South
[8:32] 32% return on invest IS a conservative number in a multidimensional asset class
[8:50] How To Analyze an Asset Class, Free Video - JasonHartman.com
[9:45] Advice on money, from a letter that Kobe Bryant wrote
[15:30] “Refi ‘till you Die” plan
[16:20] ROA return on amortization
[26:50] Citrus Springs Florida
Fri, 31 January 2020
Jason Hartman and economist Thomas look back on the 2010s to see what the biggest stories were for investors. From the War on Terror to Obamacare to the aftermath of the Great Recession, it was a decade fraught with ups and downs that provided opportunities for investors to make good money.
[5:13] The 10th biggest story of the decade: the War on Terror explodes the deficit
[8:20] Why European debt issues will come to the fore in 2022
[12:37] The idea of Purchasing Power Parity and what it says about China's economy vs the US
[16:42] As much as Jason doesn't like Obamacare, it makes the list of Top Stories of the 2010s
[26:53] What Jason learned years ago during his day as a lobbyist
[29:10] Thomas is seeing at least a 15% drop in the market coming when the Fed decides to let risk enter the market again
Fri, 27 December 2019
Today's episode is Jason Hartman exploring Commandment #3: Thou Shalt Maintain Control a lot deeper. Maintaining control in real estate deals has been discussed quite a bit before, but it's not just real estate where control matters. Jason explores the collapse of Enron and why it was such a surprise and why Commandment #3 is crucial even in those scenarios.
[3:10] Airbnb hasn't been through a recession yet, so there's a lot that isn't priced in to the market
[7:12] The 3 major problems when you give up control in an investment
[13:01] The Infographics Show: The Business Deception That Cost $60 Billion
[16:06] The phrase "financial innovation" is a red flag when you hear it
[22:13] Most companies don't have people inside to pump the brakes, because everyone is incentivized to speak highly and show it in the best possible light
[24:33] Derivatives are the thing about the thing, but as an investor you want to be as close to the "thing" as possible
Fri, 20 December 2019
Jason Hartman talks with 32 year old Ryan Narus about his journey buying mobile home parks the last few years. Jason and Ryan discuss how to source deals, how to build communities, and finding investors to help you buy properties if you don't have the funds.
[1:15] What led to Ryan starting to invest in real estate
[4:33] How mobile home parks line up with Ryan's life views and desires
[8:26] Evicting tenants who live in your mobile home vs their own mobile home
[13:00] How to find and analyze mobile park deals
[16:22] How Ryan values mobile home parks
[19:44] Keep track of everyone you ever meet in this business, it's all about relations
Fri, 13 December 2019
143: Entrepreneurial Spirit of the United States with Thomas W Jones, Federal Reserve Bank, Freddie Mac, TIAA-CREF
Jason Hartman talks with Thomas Jones, former vice chairman and director of TIAA-CREF, former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Global Investment Management at Citigroup, and former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Citigroup Asset Management. He was also the former Vice Chairman of Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Jason and Thomas discuss Thomas' entrance into real estate, why Thomas is so bullish on America long term, and what sets America apart from the rest of the world.
[2:31] Thomas and his bride actually started by bidding on 2 burned out buildings in Boston
[7:49] Thomas is perennially bullish long term, so dips in the economy are buying opportunities for him
[10:02] The changes on Wall Street over the years
[14:11] The most disappointing aspect to the reforms that have been made since the Great Recession
[19:19] One of the things that really sets America apart is the excited entrepreneurial spirit
[23:35] America faced a metaphorical crossroads in the late 1960s
[26:25] Our nation doesn't give itself enough credit for how far we've come, even though we still have a ways to go
Mon, 4 November 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Daniel Ameduri, co-founder of Future Money Trends newsletter and author of Don't Save For Retirement: A Millennial's Guide to Financial Freedom, about how the working environment has changed from the Baby Boomers to Millennials and how the Millennial generation need to change their mindset about retirement in order to not be left behind when they're ready to leave the rat race.
[4:24] What does Daniel mean when he tells people not to save for retirement???
[8:38] Beware financial advisers, there's more education required to be a hair stylist
[13:21] Millennials should embrace the freelance economy
[17:40] Daniel is seeing boom time for the next year
Fri, 25 October 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Spencer Burleigh, co-founder of www.RentTheBackyard.com. Spencer's company will build a unit on your land, list it online, and split the rental profits with you 50/50 as long as you have an area at least 25' by 20' clear and you live in your home most of the year. Listen in as Jason and Spencer discuss the business model and how you can take advantage of it.
[1:37] What problem is Rent the Backyard addressing?
[6:31] Rent the Backyard is able to create a second dwelling on the property without getting the land rezoned
[11:07] The stigma behind manufactured housing needs to go away, but it also needs to get cheaper
[14:39] The income side of Rent the Backyard's business model
Fri, 18 October 2019
In today's off-topic 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Walter E Williams, Professor of Economics at George Mason University and author of American Contempt for Liberty, about what is going on in our society today. America has become a country of people who hate liberty and want to take from others to give to themselves or others who they deem need it more. There seems to be an unwillingness to accept that people earn more than others and thinking that the government needs to step in and play a role. Walter explains to Jason how we can solve our problems by telling the government to get out of the way more than telling them to help.
[1:28] Do United States citizens really have contempt for liberty?
[7:23] Has the Trump administration turned the tide at all?
[10:45] Is a wealth tax fair?
[15:33] Politicians are doing exactly what we elect them to do
[20:47] The only way we're going to solve our nation's problems
Fri, 11 October 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Jeff Fromm, the Millennial Marketing Guy, about the differences between Gen Y and Gen Z. While the two generations are close in age, they are incredibly different when it comes to advertising, so it's crucial that you know the difference in the two. Jeff explains how those differences will impact society at large and certain industries specifically.
[3:16] Gen Z are NOT Millennials to the 2nd degree. They're more like Gen X
[6:48] Some of the big differences between Gen Y and Gen Z
[15:22] Gen Z and Y both like to be involved with companies that support their causes, but there are some differences
[19:30] Will the Millennials and Gen Zers have interest in the McMansions that were built?
Fri, 26 July 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Patri Friedman, Executive Director of The Seasteading Institute, about creating new countries using the seasteading technique. Patri discusses how the concept would work in today's environment and why it's not absurd to think of a country being created on the water. It's coming sooner than you expect.
[1:44] What is seasteading?
[6:37] Why not just buy land from a country rather than doing everything out at sea?
[10:36] Patri's goal is seeing governments competing for citizens by treating them best
[14:13] How do you deal with security when you're in the middle of the ocean?
[18:34] What are these seasteads going to do for currency?
Fri, 19 July 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Gabriel Weinberg, founder of DuckDuckGo and author of Traction: How Any Startup Can Achieve Customer Growth and Super Thinking: The Big Book of Mental Models, about how you can use some of the mental models to help you achieve the returns you desire. They also touch on the problem of achieving privacy in today's world and how DuckDuckGo helps in that.
[1:45] What is Super Thinking?
[6:17] The Mental Model of Forcing Function
[10:08] The model fo Deliberate Practice
[14:58] Beware of Hindsight Bias
[18:46] To really get outsized returns you need to make a bet on the future
Sun, 14 July 2019
After giving a quick update on his cruise travels, Jason Hartman talks with Taylor St Germain, economic analyst at ITR Economics, about why lower interest rates haven't spurred the higher end housing market. The two also discuss what indicators Taylor looks at to get a gauge on the economy and the impact tariffs have had and may still have yet to come.
[1:26] Are lower interest rates good news for cyclical markets or are they just too overpriced?
[5:53] The rise in wages has helped the economy but it's not changing the overall trend or forecasts
[9:51] Why are housing starts so important?
[14:56] ITR's concerns with the tariffs currently being put in place
[19:12] More tariffs could potentially put us in a recession, so be very careful if we see more coming
Fri, 5 July 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Andres Pira, CEO of Blue Horizon Developments, Managing Director of Phuket Condos & Homes and author of the book Homeless to Billionaire – The 18 Principles of Wealth Attraction and Creating Unlimited Opportunity, about his journey through real estate investing and how he reached this point in his career. Andres explains the importance of giving before expecting and how that will help you succeed in business and life.
[1:48] Andres' path through the real estate world
[6:06] You have to take risks in life, so just make sure you consider the worst case scenario and whether you can bounce back from it
[9:40] Vibrational giving: give out first, then good things will come later
[14:49] Stop trying to win deals and make them win-win
Fri, 28 June 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Geoff Cook, co-founder and CEO of MeetMe and The Meet Group, about the creation of his company that has created a $400 market cap. MeetMe is a dating app like many others, but has differentiated itself by using live streaming. Geoff and his team have noticed that people are segmenting their personalities across brands rather than trying to change their privacy settings on one platform, and was able to take advantage of that.
[1:49] How live streaming made Geoff's dating app revenue explode
[4:48] Deciding to go forward with live streaming was an all in bet for the company
[7:34] The problem right now with video on dating apps is that many people don't want to be in a video
[10:21] People share different aspects of their life with different brands
Fri, 21 June 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Dan Martell, founder of SaaS Academy, about how to scale your business using software as a service. Dan and Jason explore how current conditions have actually created an even bigger opportunity for software services than originally thought. Most every problem that pops up can be solved with a service you can provide a subscription for.
[2:15] You need to perfect 4 core pillars to get to scale
[4:25] Dan likes using the acronym MEVO rather than MVP
[8:37] Outline your product and go try and get 10 orders
[11:38] What you need to make freemium work
[14:20] Dan believes you succeed in business when you fall in love with the problem rather than the solution
[17:52] We're moving toward a subscription society
Sun, 16 June 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Greg S Reid, author of the new book Wealth Made Easy: Millionaires and Billionaires Help You Crack the Code to Getting Rich, about the hacks he learned by interviewing multiple multi-millionaires and several billionaires.
Greg also dispels some old advice that he doesn't think holds true today, as well as providing an important concept when planning your future.
[2:25] Some of the hacks that Greg discovered in his research
[6:25] The concept of CPC: Clues, Patterns, Choices
[9:58] If the concept of "your income is the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with" is outdated, what's the solution nowadays
[12:51] It's important to remember, thoughts are not things
[15:44] Don't follow your passion to make money, create opportunities and wealth for yourself so you can follow your passion
Fri, 7 June 2019
In this off-topic 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Ocean Robbins, decendant of the Baskin-Robbins family and author of the new book 31-Day Food Revolution: Heal Your Body, Feel Great, and Transform Your World, about the state of American's eating today. The two break down how our diets have changed over the years, why some aspects of our diets are the way they are, how to make a more ethical, sustainable world, and more.
[2:57] Has anything changed since Diet for New America came out?
[5:01] There's a lot of money being made on the status quo
[8:12] What to do if you want a more ethical, sustainable world
[12:32] Jason's theory on meat through the ages
[15:21] We aren't getting nearly enough fiber in our diet now
[17:05] The key use of willpower is to establish healthy habits
Fri, 31 May 2019
Jason Hartman talks with John Warrilow, author of Built To Sell, as well as The Automatic Customer, about how to improve your businesses value to the point where you can sell it for top dollar. Personal branding can be great for your business when you start, but can create a rough environment for selling. Listen in as John explains how you can utilize subscription models in today's world to drastically increase your business value.
[1:22] How John started helping companies increase their value
[2:19] How a consulting company John had with blue chip clients and several million dollars in sales was worthless, and how he turned it around
[5:26] The 3 attributes to scale
[9:23] The good and bad of personal branding
[13:06] Don't try to ride your business to the peak and get every last penny before selling, but you want to sell earlier in the game than that
[17:21] How much should you be willing to lose in customer acquisition in order to get that monthly recurring revenue?
[21:37] The 9 subscription models
[24:59] Amazon is a trillion dollar business is because of their subscription models
Fri, 17 May 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Steve Jones, CEO of Allied Universal and author of the book No Off Season: The Constant Pursuit of More, about how his career in sports translated into business success. Steve and Jason look at the various skills learned in sports and how can each be applied to the business world, whether you're an employee or employer.
[4:14] Your ability to overcome obstacles is going to make or break your success
[7:03] Sports teaches you how to work as a team
[10:08] Some techniques on how to keep the team cohesive when dealing with adversity
[13:47] With no action steps in place you only have a dream, not a plan
Fri, 10 May 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Jorge Newbery, founder and CEO of Debt Cleanse, founder of American Homeowner Preservation and author of Debt Cleanse: How to Settle Your Unaffordable Debts for Pennies on the Dollar, about how he was able to climb out of a $26 million hole and how others can follow in his footsteps. This isn't about cheating your way out of debt, it's about using the same rights that creditors have because you need to protect yourself from predatory lending practices.
[2:32] Debt may seem simple, but it's a lot more nuanced that you'd first believe
[4:17] If you can't afford your debts, the best thing you can do is to stop paying them
[7:29] How Jorge got started paying off his $26 million debt
[10:06] What kind of errors you should be looking for from your lendors
[15:56] The elite have often used debt as a way to enslave the lower classes
Fri, 3 May 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Blake Harris, NY Times best selling author of the new book The History of the Future: Oculus, Facebook & the Revolution That Swept Virtual Reality, about the impact technology is having on our lives and how virtual reality can (and currently can't) fit into them as well. The two examine who the leaders are on the VR front, what price point you're currently looking at versus how much it may cost in the future and more.
[2:29] Is the Virtual Reality revolution over before it's even really begun?
[5:25] How technology could change the way we look at properties
[8:56] What is "affordable" for virtual reality equipment?
[10:38] Oculus is the clear leader for now, but who's coming behind them?
[14:55] How virtual reality can be used in a social context
[18:52] How much farther can virtual reality drive the retail apocalypse?
Mon, 29 April 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Robby Soave, associate editor at www.Reason.com and author of the new book Panic Attack: Young Radicals in the Age of Trump, about what on earth is happening on college campuses these days. There are more and more protests trying to shut out speakers that students don't agree with, and professors are becoming terrified of their students accusing them of any little misstep. Jason and Robby explore this phenomenon and what may be done about it to cure the ails.
[3:51] College campus activists have decided that a free speech set of norms is not condusive to their goals, and why that's self defeating
[6:21] College campus activists have decided that a free speech set of norms is not condusive to their goals, and why that's self defeating
[10:20] The damage a small minority of students can cause is significant
[14:02] College campuses have become much more uncomfortable for marginalized students
[17:34] The nation is way too polarized right now
Fri, 19 April 2019
Jason Hartman talks today with Frank Gallinelli, founder and President of Real Data and author of the book What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow & 36 Other Key Financial Measures, about what metrics Frank finds the most important for single family home investors to pay attention to. They also discuss the "holy grail" metric that investors should be using and when you actually SHOULDN'T invest in real estate.
[1:56] What are the core metrics that real estate investors should be looking at?
[6:41] You should try and forecast best case, worst case, and in-between case for your properties
[8:04] What is discounted cash flow?
[10:39] The holy grail metric is still IRR (Internal Rate of Return)
[12:28] A different way to view Return on Equity
[16:01] Is there a time where it doesn't make sense to acquire properties?
[21:46] Education is absolutely vital to being a good investor
Fri, 12 April 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Tal Tsfany, President & CEO of the Ayn Rand Institute, about free speech on college campuses, how we should be defining things like happiness and selfishness, and why we should be focusing on the self. They also examine the philosophies of those who want to tax the rich in order to redistribute wealth.
[2:50] What's happening with speech on college campuses is a result of progressive philosophies
[4:38] What would Ayn Rand's political views be in today's world?
[8:17] Ayn Rand's definition of happiness
[11:45] Love is a goal or value that you pursue. It's a spiritual trade
[15:42] Ayn's definition of selfishness
[19:40] Berkley students in the 60s were reading Ayn Rand to be cool, but not following through on the axioms
Fri, 15 March 2019
Jason Hartman welcomes Lisa Tomita, a client with 4 properties who has recently decided to self-manage two of her properties. Jason and Lisa discuss the ups and downs of investing and how self-managing has turned Lisa into a more empowered investor ready to deal with all the bumps along the way as she moves closer to her financial independence.
[2:57] Lisa's tenant saved her $200 because of the relationship they've developed
[7:46] Lisa recently quit her job so she could focus full time on real estate
[11:58] Self-managing has made Lisa feel more empowered and learned
[16:15] One of Lisa's deals that hasn't gone well broke 4 of Jason's 10 commandments
[22:51] Income property is so durable it's like the self-healing asset
Fri, 8 February 2019
Jason Hartman and Greg Lukianoff, President and CEO at FIRE (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, about the state of free speech in America and, specifically, on college campuses. Campuses these days have a higher level of intolerance than ever, and Greg points to one specific thing that's helped lead the way more than anything else. Listen in as Greg and Jason discuss first amendment issues and how they can be solved in today's climate.
[5:57] How bad has our intolerance of free speech gotten?
[9:12] One big trend that changed freedom of speech
[12:19] Since 1991, the US is continually getting safer, yet parents are hovering more than ever and are way more paranoid
[15:35] What should colleges be teaching students about free speech?
[18:47] What is FIRE?
[22:38] FIRE protects people in free speech cases and harassment claims
Fri, 7 December 2018
In this off topic 10th show, Jason Hartman talks with Jeffrey Gitomer, New York Times Best Selling Author of The Little Red Book of Selling and Truthful Living: The First Writings of Napoleon Hill, about some of the great mentors that the two have had in their lives which include Napoleon Hill and Earl Nightingale. They look at what history can teach us, the right way to approach sales, and the challenges we have to face to do the right thing in today's world.
[6:17] The challenge to do the right thing in our society has never been at a higher level than it is today
[11:00] The 5 point rule
[16:21] The 7 Success Rules
[20:15] If you have the right service and attitude heart, sales will be easy
[26:28] If you want to learn something new, read a book that's 60 years old
Fri, 9 November 2018
Jason Hartman plays some of his segment from the latest Cash Flow Wealth Summit where he talks about the 6 ways the US government can solve their $220 trillion obligation and which one we can take the most advantage of as investors.
[2:57] The difference between money and currency
[5:50] The 3 basic economic maladies
[8:01] The entitlement society isn't going to change, so align your interests
[9:45] We must understand the motivations of governments and central banks
[11:43] The 6 ways the government can deal with the looming entitlement bill
[19:23] The most likely solution the government will choose
[23:02] Inflation is the most powerful method of wealth redistribution from lenders to borrowers, old to young
Fri, 3 August 2018
Jason Hartman talks with Alan Yong, CEO of DNotes Global and author of The Four Pillars of Business Success, about his new venture with DNotes and what problem he's hoping to solve with the company. Alan also discusses his past businesses and how he managed to acquire government contracts and a massive deal from IBM. Then the two discuss Alan's new book and how business owners can set themselves up for success by using the four pillars Alan has identified.
[1:48] How Alan got his government contract and deal with IBM in the early 1990s
[6:48] If the market's not ready you could throw all your money at it and go bankrupt
[10:20] What Alan's new cryptocurrency is and what problems it solves that Bitcoin doesn't
[15:20] The 4 Pillars of Business Success
[18:48] If a customer has a problem you need to do everything you can to solve the problem and make sure the customer knows it and that you appreciate their business
[21:05] Why is customer service getting worse?
Fri, 20 July 2018
YW 117 - The Lifestyle Business Owner, How to Buy a Business, Grow Profits & Get Out of the Way with Aaron Muller
Jason Hartman talks with Aaron Muller, founder of Lifestyle Business Owner Academy and owner of 8 multi-million dollar companies, about how to go about properly buying a business and what you can do to set that company up to where you don't have to work in it.
Everyone dreams of making money while not being involved in their business, but the process of actually getting to that point can be intimidating. Aaron, however, has figured out a way to get out of that rut and will happily tell you how.
[2:06] How to buy a good business you don't have to work in every day
[6:41] What you should do as the owner to check up on your CEO after hiring
[10:29] Some marketing tips to reduce your cost per lead
[12:45] Where's the best place to look for a business to buy?
[17:56] What do you do for the contract when you're ready to buy the business
Fri, 22 June 2018
Jason Hartman talks with 24 year old real estate investor Ben Mizes, co-founder of Clever Real Estate, about how he got started in the business, what lessons he's learned over his time in the industry, and what technologies he's using to keep up with all his properties. Ben also gives a few best practice tips to those who want to get involved in real estate like he is.
[1:26] How Ben became interested in real estate
[5:26] Ben's deal experience as he started growing his portfolio, and why his 2nd deal may have been his most important
[9:37] Ben's thoughts on what's happening in the real estate industry as a whole
[13:13] Best practices when managing your own properties is to make sure you make your expectations very clear with your tenants
[17:48] If you don't do a good job with repairs it makes managing the building that much harder
[20:08] The two main technologies Ben is using for his real estate, and one hack Ben uses to allow his tenants to pay cash
Fri, 8 June 2018
Jason Hartman talks to The Libertarian Chick, Kristin Tate, about the hidden taxes we all pay in our life, and how to do something about that. Kristin explains that often the taxes that we're paying are not being used for the purpose that you would assume they would be.
[1:49] Are millenials just not paying attention to fiscal policies?
[3:48] We are being taxed EVERYWHERE, even when we don't see it
[6:57] Where some of your tax money is going probably isn't where you expect
[11:57] The debauchery tax & unintended consequences
[15:34] Awareness is step 1, what's step 2?
[19:05] The smaller the municipality the easier it is to get rid of the tax
[24:15] How did Kristin get into this line of work?
Fri, 20 April 2018
Gambling has destroyed many lives, and it's something that actor Zack Ward thinks needs to be dealt with in our society. That's one of the reasons he's CEO of Global Sports Financial Exchange, the first investing platform for sports leagues, as well as determined to teach financial literacy.
Jason Hartman and Zack discuss how All Sports Market can help curb gambling by giving a new outlet more akin to the stock market, why they're trying to get more regulation, how they're using blockchain technology, and more.
[3:44] What's the difference between AllSports and gambling?
[7:05] Where is the All Sports Market going?
[8:00] Why All Sports is openingly welcoming regulation
[12:23] The unholy alliance between sports and gambling
[14:54] All Sports trading platform is based on blockchain technology
[18:12] Zack's mission to promote financial literacy, and how his company's learning center does that
Sat, 24 March 2018
Jason Hartman takes this episode to delve into some important happenings in the real estate world today. Some of Trump's recent moves have been bringing jobs back to the states, and companies are expected to bring money back, and it's creating good times for a lot of people.
With that good time comes something every real estate investor can enjoy, rent inflation. BUT, when times are good it's important to be vigilant with your providers and make sure they're not getting lazy.
Finally the episode ends with Mason's 5-year plan. Mason is a young man who won 2nd place in the recent 5-year plan contest Jason held, and has his future to financial independence mapped out.
[3:58] Jobs are coming back to America
[7:27] Rent inflation is coming
[12:46] As a real estate investor, it's critical that you remember who your customer really is (hint: it's the tenant)
[16:05] In a booming economy, the big job as a real estate broker is the job of sorting people out
[20:12] Sometimes the booms can make providers a little sloppy, so it's important to stay on top of property managers and the like
Fri, 16 March 2018
Jason Hartman talks with client Brandon Cook, a young member of the Venture Alliance Mastermind, about his journey investing in real estate. Brandon is currently the owner of 6 properties and is looking forward to more, and talks about breaking through the initial hurdle of investing.
[4:23] Brandon discovered Creating Wealth and started listening at Episode 48
[9:43] The first one is always the hardest
[18:18] What has Brandon learned on his investment journey
[20:58] Introducing the Jr Venture Alliance Mastermind membership!
Fri, 19 January 2018
Most people in today's world are selling their time for money and going through the grind of life assuming that is the way it is. But it doesn't have to be.
Jason Hartman talks with MJ DeMarco, author of The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich, about the hyperrealities that are abundant in our world, and what we can do to overcome them and live the life we truly desire.
[1:51] MJ's world view and how they impact his philosophies
[5:52] We need to open our eyes to hyper-realities and how they're impacting us
[9:41] Nearly all the people who've gotten rich through the stock market are activist insiders. If you want to get rich you have to go about it differently
[14:29] It all boils down to the concept over leverage, with your money, time, people, or anything else
[17:48] MJ's thoughts on the entitlement economy and how we're becoming economic slaves
[22:08] Winning inspires passion, so do the hard work to create the passion (and money will follow)
[25:34] Creating an environment where you're living your life on your terms
"Passion does not lead, it follow"
Fri, 5 January 2018
In this 10th episode show, Jason goes off topic with former Marine sniper Jake Wood, now co-founder of Team Rubicon and author of Take Command: Lessons in Leadership: How to be a First Responder in Business. Team Rubicon takes military veterans and utilitizes their unique training for disaster response more effective and efficient.
The two discuss the important elements of leadership, some tips on succeeding in high stakes environments, and making sure you're knocking out the important things in your life rather than just skating by.
[2:15] The mission of Team Rubicon
[6:27] How Jake ended up writing his book
[8:28] Being comfortable with the 80% solution
[12:16] Tackling your To-Do list in the proper fashion
[15:49] Some tips Jake learned in the military on how to succeed in a high stakes environment
Indecision is one of the worst things a leader can do
Tue, 2 January 2018
Jason Hartman is proud to announce the latest addition to the 2018 Meet the Masters of Income Property event, Ken McElroy.
Ken is a Rich Dad Advisor and entrepreneur who is an expert in investment analysis, property management, and property development. He's responsible for over $700 million investment dollars in real estate.
Ken is the author of the best-selling books The ABC’s of Real Estate Investing, The Advanced Guide to Real Estate Investing, The ABC’s of Property Management, and most recently his book on entrepreneurship: The Sleeping Giant.
Fri, 29 December 2017
Jason Hartman talks with Ryan Schellhous, founder at IndigoSpire CPAs & Advisors, about the new tax plan. The two start off with a 30,000 foot overview of the plan, then drill down into specific components of the plan as they figure out who is going to be helped and who may not see as much of a benefit under the plan. Ryan explains the biggest revenue raisers and "losers" under the new bill, and some of the most important pieces that will impact individual filers.
[3:32] The 30,000 foot overview of the GOP Tax Reform
[5:27] Will this tax reform create a repatriation of wealth back to the US?
[9:18] The move that mobilized the GOP forces toward tax reform
[11:15] The 2nd most important thing in the tax plan was the widening of tax brackets and lowering of rates for individuals
[13:24] The standard deducation has been increased, which should increase the number of simple 1040s being filed
[16:26] The single largest revenue raiser in the entire bill
[18:38] The change in mortgage interest deductions could cause a dampening in the high end real estate market
[21:08] The Alternative Minimum Tax isn't gone, but it's gone through an overhaul
[22:59] Pass-through businesses are getting a 20% deduction
[29:58] The accelerated bonus depreciation is enormous for real estate investors
[33:30] Changes to the 1031 Exchange rule
[37:33] The carried interest rules have changed as well, impacting the hedge fund managers trading techniques
[39:22] 529 plans (education plans for children) can now be used to pay for private schools
[39:56] Some tax changes that were EXPECTED but didn't end up happening
Fri, 8 December 2017
2018's Meet the Masters event was already packed with great speakers like Jason Hartman, Garrett Sutton, Brian Smith, Danielle DiMartino-Booth, John Burns, and more. Today, Jason Hartman is proud to announce that former Congressman (and America's foremost advocate for liberty) Ron Paul will be joining the fold to headline the event.
Ron Paul was most recently a Republican candidate for President in 2008 and 2012, and served in the US House of Representatives for Texas for more than 25 years in all. He is a critic of policies like the USA Patriot Act and has criticized the federal governments fiscal policies a multitude of times. He's also outspoken against Federal Reserve, and the US tax code.
Fri, 17 March 2017
Jason Hartman talks with Robert Dickie III, President of Crown Financial Ministries, and author of The LEAP, and Love Your Work. The two discuss the impact technology has had on industries already, and what's to come. They also discuss how a large section of people in their 30s are transitioning careers by going back to college online for free, and getting hired by some of the best companies on the planet while doing so.
[3:04] How Robert defines "stewardship"
[4:55] We are standing in the middle of two economies. One that's old and dying, and one that's being born
[9:05] What is a MOOC?
[10:12] 3 websites where you can get free college education, and you can get it certified for under $100.
[13:41] How technology is disrupting every aspect of society and workforces
[16:38] People in data sciences are being hired by companies like Google before they even finish their certifications.
[18:55] The story of a 16 year old from Mongolia acing an online course and getting a full ride to MIT
Fri, 10 March 2017
Jason Hartman and Andrew Wright, CEO and Managing Partner at the commercial real estate firm Franklin Street, discuss the US commercial real estate market that is currently available. From manufacturing to office to industrial to multi-family, no stone is left unturned.
Andrew has a personal involvement in more than $1 billion in real estate and finance transactions, and has resolved more than $800 million in distressed real estate debt since 2009.
[1:40] Trump's potential impact on real estate markets
[5:04] How retail centers are having to adjust to the internet age and "showrooming"
[8:36] The internet's impact on the warehouse and delivery industry thanks to things like same day delivery.
[12:59] Andrew's take on where we are on the boom or bust ride
[17:08] Current cap rates Andrew is seeing across commercial real estate
[19:13] What investment Andrew thinks will serve you best today
Fri, 2 December 2016
William Poundstone is the author of fourteen books, including Big Secrets, Prisoner's Dilemma, Fortune's Formula, and Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google? He has written for The New York Times, Harper’s, Harvard Business Review, and the Village Voice, among other publications, and has adapted several of his books for ABC television. He is on the board of advisors of the Center for Election Science.
Poundstone was born in Morgantown, West Virginia, and studied physics at MIT. His writing often explores the social implications of scientific or philosophic ideas—from voting methods (Gaming the Vote) to competition and cooperation (Prisoner's Dilemma) to the gambling system known as the Kelly criterion (Fortune's Formula).
Amazon rated Fortune's Formula the #1 Editor's Pick for nonfiction in 2005. Poundstone won the NYSSCPA's Excellence in Financial Journalism Award in 2011.
[2:15] What the American public knows and what that says about us
[4:40] Why some things are just worth knowing even though you could look them up
[8:35] The correlation between vocabulary and your success in life
[13:00] How many elected officials most people actually know
[16:25] How little we're teaching kids about sex and what impact that's having
[18:56] The theory of scientific betting and how to properly use it
Sat, 4 June 2016
Careers with Wings is a unique approach developed by President and Founder Marcy Morrison that provides you with the freedom to truly do what you love to do, what you are good at doing and combine that with how you can make the biggest impact with your role in making a difference in the world. Passion + Purpose = World Change (TM). With this formula at the core, you will wake up with energy and enthusiasm every day loving what you do knowing that you are making a difference.
Fri, 3 June 2016
Gerard Adams is The Millennial Mentor, a thought leader, serial entrepreneur, angel investor, and philanthropist. His life's purpose is to inspire other Millennials to leverage their passions for success and create the lifestyle they dream of.
Sat, 21 May 2016
YW 103 - Lead Inside the Box: How Smart Leaders Guide Their Teams to Exceptional Results with Victor Prince
Victor Prince is author of "Lead Inside the Box: How Smart Leaders Guide Their Teams to Exceptional Results" and is the Managing Director of DiscoveredLOGIC. He has 20+ years of experience in corporate and government leadership positions using and teaching advanced problem-solving techniques.
Fri, 13 May 2016
Christian Fioravanti is the founder and creator of Attractionology, co-founder and co-creator of 20 Minute Video Payday and founder and publisher of Project Catapult. He has been a small business owner since 2007. He owns and operates several web-based businesses and has authored several books and other pieces of literature related to business.
Fri, 6 May 2016
John Gaver is Editor & Publisher of the popular webzine, ActionAmerica, which he describes as an "original intent conservative" publication, and author of "The Rich Don't Pay Tax! ... or Do They?".
Fri, 29 April 2016
Craig Ballantyne has been the Editor of Early to Rise since 2011. He’s also a Strength & Conditioning coach in Toronto, author of Turbulence Training, a contributing author to Men’s Health magazine, and a member of the Training Advisory Board for Maximum Fitness and Oxygen magazines.
Craig is also the author of "The Perfect Day Formula: How to Own the Day and Control Your Life".
[4:06] Controlling the morning
[6:12] The proactive morning approach
[7:38] Identifying your OCD loops
[11:06] Starting to script out your day
[12:48] Where to start in the Perfect Day Kit
[14:38] Defining Magic Time
[15:54] Why Craig believes you should really try and be a morning person
[18:33] The app that makes Jason's morning
[20:27] The 5 Pillars
[23:35] Making the afternoon productive
[25:23] Creating a Not To Do List
[24:48] The new Law of Attraction...the Law of Action Attraction
Fri, 22 April 2016
A serial entrepreneur turned investor, Matt is driven by the idea that you don't have to put your family or your future in jeopardy to start and run a successful business. A graduate of the #1-ranked undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the United States, the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston, Matt graduated summa cum laude with a double-major in finance and entrepreneurship.
Sat, 16 April 2016
YW 98 - The Invisible Organization, How Ingenious CEOs are Creating Thriving, Virtual Companies with Mitch Russo
Jason Hartman talks with Mitch Russo, former CEO and President of Business Breakthroughs with Tony Robbins, co-found of Timeslips Corp and author of The Invisible Organization: How Ingenious CEOs are Creating Thriving, Virtual Companies.
Thu, 29 October 2015
Rising tuition cost and insufficient “real world” education programs are frustrating to young adults in the U.S. who feel forced into traditional universities. A degree or accreditation is often used as a dangling carrot to lure potential students into high debt status. Non-traditional, creative career paths often take a back seat to traditional majors. Julia says CreateU is designed to teach the mindset of participation in our ever evolving, global world.
[2:09] How do we empower creatives to be profitable?
[4:05] CreateU is a fast track to learning with relevance to current funding sources
[6:04] We teach the mindset, so individuals can participate in a global evolving world.
[7:00] A 3-phase, 1-year online program within a global community
[11:54] The initial sections are the most intensive, a course is required every day
[13:38] A track/path is similar to a major in a traditional university
[16:11] Accreditation programs will transition to move past the fear element
[18:34] We are working on a global goal campaign with the UN
[19:46] Our goal is to keep CreateU under 10K
[20:26] We are taking 10% of tuitions and putting it towards a graduate fund for projects
[21:01] Contacting CreateU
[22:11] The .life extension just fit our ideals perfectly
Direct download: YW_97_Julia_Schroeder20_CreateU_Disrupting_Higher_Education.mp3
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Mon, 22 June 2015
David Weliver is an authority on millennials and money. His website, Money Under 30, provides financial advice to over 500,000 young professionals every month. David and Jason talk on the subject of student loan debt and how it is affecting millennials. David recommends millennials to invest in a ROTH IRA and to think about their retirement as a way to achieve financial freedom.
[1:40] Millennials are starting their lives with student debt.
[6:10] The average college grad has $36,000 in debt.
[9:40] David paid off his college debt before he hit 30, but he had to work his butt off to do it.
[14:10] David recommends millennials take advantage of the ROTH IRA.
[18:50] Don't think retirement, think financial freedom.
[21:10] Technology is helping to drop prices in a lot of industries.
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Tue, 5 May 2015
Frank Bruni is the author of Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be and talks to Jason on the mania both parents and children experience when applying to an Ivy League school. He says many of these high-end colleges have a less than 7% acceptance rate and tells Jason how there are plenty of other options out there for kids to get a great college education.
2:15 – Frank's newest book tries to restore some sanity to the college admission process.
4:20 – Colleges have turned themselves into a country club, but that doesn't mean they aren't useful.
10:40 – Stanford's college acceptance rate is 5%. For Harvard, it's 6%.
15:00 – Frank recommends students to develop great faculty relationships and to study abroad if you can.
19:10 – Instead of worrying about where kids are going to college, focus on what kids are going to get out of college.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be by Frank Bruni.
Tue, 28 April 2015
Brian Maida was interested in income property at the age of 20 and by 22, he purchased his first home. Brian gives an inspiriting message to millennials on how they can do it too. He encourages people to stay away from the stock market, stop listening to financial news, and more in this episode of Young Wealth.
2:50 – Brian talks about his first real estate deal.
6:00 – Jason gets Brian's thoughts about owning condos.
10:05 – Brian likes the stock market, but doesn't think it's a good time to invest right now.
13:20 – It doesn't take a lot of money to own property. You can start with a minimum of $10-15k.
19:15 – Brian is a practicing vegan and talks about his hobby website, Vegaprocity.
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Fri, 27 March 2015
Jason Hartman introduces Ryan Houck to the show to talk about generation Y. Ryan Houck is the founder of Free Market America as well as the author of Will America Fail?. He shares some very interesting insights into the world of environment regulation and then Jason and Ryan talk about some of the key characteristics our Gen Y population has and why it makes them so unique compared to everybody else.
1:30 – Ryan talks a little bit about Free Market America and their mission.
8:00 – A lot of sketchy things are happening between the EPA and environmental groups.
16:40 – The oldest millennials are around 34 years old right now.
21:55 – GOP needs to give up on the social issues and strictly focus on running the country.
27:15 – Millennial parents provided a 'you can do anything' attitude and that's one of the reason why millennials are unique.
29:30 – The mentality of the 80s was to make a lot of money, quit the rat race, buy a boat.
32:05 – The US is unique because the country constantly tries to reinvent itself.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Will America Fail? By Ryan Houck
Sat, 21 March 2015
Jason Hartman invites Nancy Lublin to talk about her volunteer campaigns at DoSomething.org, the largest organization in the world for teens to help with social change. Nancy talks about her organization as well as Crisis Text Line, a texting hotline-equivalent for children and young adults experiencing bullying, depression, and more. Nancy shares some surprising facts about what today's teens are going through, how Crisis Text Line works, and how Do Something originally got started.
2:00 – Nancy explains a little bit about how Do Something works.
8:20 – Only about 2% of text messages that come into Crisis Text Line is about bullying.
10:45 – Mental health and homeless/poverty campaigns are two of the most popular campaigns on DoSomething.org
13:20 – Do Something was originally founded by the actor Andrew Shue
15:40 – Do Something focuses on trying to take adults (anyone over 26) out of the equation, so that young teens can feel like they're creating a direct change in the world.
17:20 – Nancy explains how you join a Do Something campaign.
18:45 – Life is better with friends and so is social change.
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Mon, 16 March 2015
Jason invites David Scott on the Young Wealth show to talk about his book The Longest Distance. David's book teaches others about the importance of being in the present and finding happiness within. David and Jason talk about some of the key things you can learn from the book, how it applies to everyday life, and why it's a story that almost anybody can relate to. The Longest Distance has won the Living Now Book Awards and has been highly reviewed on Amazon as a very inspiring book to reread again and again.
1:40 – What is the HEAD Foundation?
6:05 – What's The Longest Distance about?
10:05 – Even though the book is fiction, there are some underlining truths to the stories.
14:45 – Does materialism really matter?
18:00 – If you're trying to be the best person you can be, it can be achieved in a number of different ways.
21:00 – Final thoughts? Whatever is going on in your life, make sure you're present with it.
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Sat, 7 March 2015
Nicole Lapin has lend a very successful news anchor career and has appeared on several news channels such as CNN Live, Bloomberg, CNBC, and much, much more. She joins Jason today on Young Wealth to talk about her latest book, Rich Bitch. In the book, Nicole provides 12 incredibly easy steps for anyone to get control over their personal finances and make better financial decisions in their life. Nicole explains to Jason's audience some of the important steps in the book that will help them succeed in securing a better financial future.
1:30 – Nicole is currently on a book tour.
4:00 – The current financial advice is about starvation, depriving you of certain luxuries. Nicole argues to invest in yourself.
7:20 – Nicole has been called a bitch in a derogatory sense and she decided to own it.
9:20 – In Nicole's book, she touches on housing, savings, and investing.
11:30 – Jason explains rent to value ratios and when it's a good time to rent or purchase a home on leverage.
15:00 – Three to nine months of savings is what you should have before you start investing.
17:10 – Saving money is not just about math, your finances become more interesting when you link it towards your own personal goals too.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Rich Bitch by Nicole Lapin
Fri, 20 February 2015
Jason Hartman sits down one on one with his Youth Wealth audience today to talk about the possibility of moving back to California, the benefits of being a renter, and why Bitcoin is a bad investment. He also shares his expertise on what's currently happening in the Houston, North Dakota, and San Diego real estate market.
5:15 – Jason is considering moving back to California for tax purposes.
7:00 – Jason lists a couple of upcoming shows he'll be airing in the future.
10:35 – Bitcoin's price is plummeting. Jason's predictions were right.
14:10 – How do you calculate rent-to-value ratios? Jason breaks it down.
21:20 – The rental marketing will be moving in Houston due to layoffs.
25:35 – Income property often out performs the stock market.
28:50 – Bitcoin's rapid decline is seriously affecting the Bitcoin miners.
32:00 – Remember, Jason has other podcasts you can listen to!
24:50 – Don't forget to go to JasonHartman.com and check out some of the property listings on there.
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Sun, 8 February 2015
In today's Young Wealth episode, Jason Hartman does a quick interview with Sramana Mitra. Sramana is the founder of One Million by One Million and the author of several books including the Golden Raft, Bootstrapping With A Paycheck, Billion Dollar Unicorns, and more. She talks to Jason today about her virtual incubation business – One Million by One Million and how her company works to help new businesses.
1:15 – What is a virtual incubator? Sramana explains what she does.
3:40 – Most companies get rejected for funding because they do not fit the standard venture capital criteria.
5:00 – What happens to these companies who don't fit the bill?
7:10 – Sramana talks about her membership plans on One Million by One Million.
8:45 – Sramana works with a wide range of companies and finds creative ways to help them self-finance or bootstrap the business.
10:30 – Sramana's company does not take equity, because they want entrepreneurs to start off on a good start.
13:00 – It's extremely cheap to start a business in today's market.
14:40 – Remember being an entrepreneur is hard! It takes a lot work and persistence.
Sat, 31 January 2015
Today’s Young Wealth Show sees Professor Sophia McClennen join Jason Hartman to discuss many of the issues arising in her book, Is Satire Saving Our Nation? These include the rise of satire, the changing values of Generation Y and the development of American news broadcasting, with a particular focus on the role Fox News plays in our society.
01.17 – Sophia McClennen describes how the role of satire is changing in today’s world.
04.00 – When traditional forms of news media were letting us down, the satirists just came and filled a gap.
06.44 – The establishing of Fox News in 1996 really changed the way American news media was viewed.
10.33 – What impact do these over-opinionated, over-affiliated news channels have on those watching?
12.45 – The way we’re being taught to think is changing the way we deal with topics that affect so many different aspects of our lives.
16.34 – Like in so many cases, we can learn a lot from considering demographical patterns.
21.09 – Jason Hartman brings the discussion round to the recent mid-term vote.
27.16 – For more information, head to www.SophiaMcClennen.com
Mentioned in this episode
Is Satire Saving Our Nation?: Mockery and American Politics by Sophia McClennen
Thu, 22 January 2015
In today’s Young Wealth Show, Jason Hartman discusses changing technology and how that’s affecting the way we now pay for things with CEO and Founder of Hartland Payments Systems, Robert Carr. Every aspect of our world seems to be at the hands of scientists and inventors striving to change how we do things, and money and payments are just the latest point of interest.
01.38 – With the world being digitalized and modernized, it was only a matter of time before it changed the way we pay for things too.
06.22 – A truly cashless world seems a long way off, but we’re definitely on the road to it.
10.03 – Robert Carr describes the ups and downs experienced by Hartland Payment Systems.
14.30 – It’s amazing when you think how far we’ve come with technological advances, and how far we can still go.
15.50 – PayPal has always been the leading company in this market, but where does it stand now?
18.18 – It’s not just the business side; Robert Carr has made a huge difference to 250 kids’ lives through his Give Something Back Foundation.
23.26 – Find out more about Robert and his book on the blog site: www.RobertOCarr.com
24.08 – Fundamentally, if you don’t have repeat customers or recommendations, you don’t have a business.
Mentioned in this episode
Through The Fires: An American Business Story of Turbulence, Triumph and Giving Back by Robert Carr.
Wed, 31 December 2014
Geography and demographic patterns prove their importance in the discussions featured on today’s Young Wealth Show. Jason Hartman talks to Peter Zeihan, author of The Accidental Superpower, about the many factors which have affected the economic and social growth of America and several other vital world powers. They consider topics from China’s one-child policy, the comparative strength of the dollar and the how the future looks in terms of oil production and 3D printing.
01.37 – Geography is still a vital factor to a country’s progress and development, especially when it comes to transportation.
07.05 – The dollar is the only hard currency in the world that exists in sufficient volume to lubricate the global system. What if the printing press actually was an option?
09.25 – America’s commitment to free trade still has a huge impact on today’s world economy.
14.35 – All of the various financial crashes are happening for the same reasons and we need to learn from them.
17.30 – China is in such a difficult demographical situation that America’s social pressure for near-retirees seems like nothing.
19.30 – Boundaries and ideas are starting to change for retirees, but those staying on in work are still in the minority.
22.15 – The future of American oil production and usage could have totally transformed by this time next year.
24.54 – The impact of 3D printing on supply chains is just staggering, and it’s going to continue to shrink the industry.
30.28 – For more information, head to www.Zeihan.com and the book, The Accidental Superpower is available at any local bookstore and online.
Mentioned in this episode
The Accidental Superpower: The Next Generation of American Preeminence and the Coming Global Disorder by Peter Zeihan
Tue, 23 December 2014
Today’s interviewee is none other than Jason’s Aunt Joan, an incredibly successful real estate investor who, together with her husband, owns more than 70 single-family homes around the Sacramento, California area. ‘Old-School’ seems to be the buzz-word of choice, but Joan talks about how she got into real estate, why she still loves it and gives some great advice about property management and keeping your tenants on side.
1.12 – Jason Hartman asks his influential Aunt Joan about the beginning of her successful lifetime of real estate investing.
5.35 – Low-priced markets might look like the easy way in, but issues could mean big problems later.
12.56 – The Cyber Monday sale at www.JasonHartman.com is now on, with discounts of up to 40%.
19.59 – The information offered by Aunt Joan is available at www.SacRentals.com
26.00 – Be aware, both as an owner and a tenant, about who is paying the city utilities. Owners, flaky tenants could mean this is your responsibility.
39.05 – With tenant selection being so vital to success, you really need to master this in the early stages.
34.25 – One of the reasons that real estate retains such popularity is because it’s such a tangible thing.
Tue, 16 December 2014
Jason Hartman invites Tim Carney, author of The Big Rip-Off and Obamanomics and writer for the Washington Examiner to come on the show and give his thoughts about the huge and potentially irreversible impact that big business and big Government are having on America. They also discuss topics such as human rights to information and what you say when Goldman Sachs offers you a position.
05.40 – Tim Carney provides some examples where regulation seems to have an alternate outcome to what was hoped.
10.35 – A look at the options of how we can possibly dislodge the power of big business and government.
11.42 – Politics and the economy are starting to work together because fewer people are now gaining from a specific policy.
14.13 – Government agencies don’t even have to worry about subtlety; if they want you they’ll do what they can to get you.
16.01 – Why is it that they can spy on us and we get no information about Government actions, even when they affect us?
17.38 - Big business benefits from and lobbies for big Government to the detriment of the consumer, the competitor and the tax payer.
20.08 – Technology could be our undoing or it could be our liberation. We’ll have to wait and see.
22.22 – To read Tim’s articles, head to www.WashingtonExaminer.com and his Fellowship is with the American Enterprise Institute: www.AEI.org
Mentioned in this episode
The Big Rip-Off by Tim Carney
Obamanomics by Tim Carney
Wed, 10 December 2014
Today’s Young Wealth Show looks at one of the most successful entrepreneurial stories of recent decades. Jason Hartman invites Brian Smith, the founder and the brains behind UGG Boots to talk about the brand’s unassuming roots, the difficulties of the early years and the steps associated to selling a brand such as UGG. They also discuss many of the points raised in Brian’s upcoming book The Birth of a Brand, which applies an interesting new metaphor to the concept of brand identification and development.
02.19 – The founder of UGG Boots, Brian Smith, describes the brand’s humble beginnings.
06.45 – Experience can sometimes hold you back more than help you out – if you knew all of the obstacles in your way, would you ever start anything?
11.22 – Every image you give out to your target market sends out a message about your brand. Make sure it’s the right message.
15.26 – Understanding business means understanding that you can’t give birth to adults.
24.34 – You need to be able to answer 4 main questions for an investor to even consider taking you seriously.
27.15 – Never underestimate the power of product placement – it worked wonders for UGG Boots.
30.41 – In business, you have to understand which aspects you’re good at and enjoy, and which you don’t.
33.38 – For more information about Brian Smith, head to www.BrianSmithSpeaker.com
Mentioned in this episode
The Birth of a Brand: Launching Your Entrepreneurial Passion and Soul by Brian Smith
Direct download: YW_82_Brian_Smith_Founder_of_UGG_boots_The_Birth_of_a_Brand.mp3
Category:Young Wealth Show -- posted at: 3:22pm EDT
Wed, 12 November 2014
Christine Hassler comes on to the Young Wealth show to talk about disappointment and how that affects millennials. She is a professional speaker and considers herself a Gen Y expert. She is also an author and has recently published a new book called Expectation Hangover: Overcoming Disappointment in Work, Love, and Life, which both Jason and her discuss in detail.
3:45 – Christine's new book, Expectation Hangover, is for anybody who has been disappointed and wants to leverage it.
6:14 – Millennials are fantastic employees. They're fast learners, they have a can-do attitude, and they think outside of the box.
10:00 – A break up leads to a break down, which leads to a break through.
13:25 – Take a pause and accept your feelings, then you can work on releasing them.
16:30 – In order for things to change, things have to bad. Christine believes millennials will be able to fix the broken school system and reduce the amount of student debt everyone has.
18:45 – Be mindful of managing your expectations. Take the steps and have the vision, do what you can, but don't make your happiness and your worthiness dependent on the result.
21:00 – It's important to be optimistic about your life, but it's also important to not put your emotions into that optimism.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Tue, 4 November 2014
Today’s Young Wealth Show sees Jason Hartman talking to the author of Life Purpose Boot Camp, Eric Maisel about how we need to change our perception of meaning and anxiety in the creative world. Maisel’s atheist beliefs lead to a spirited exchanging of views, making today’s podcast informative and passionate.
02.50 – Eric Maisel’s movement is not about searching for meaning, but about creating meaning.
09.00 – It’s important to assess if your life as it is has meaning, but it’s more difficult to throw everything away because of that.
12.05 – Part of the anxiety problem is that 99% of performing artists get no feedback whatsoever.
14.00 – The key to reaching this more creative level really lies in the morning creativity practice.
22.08 – Religion still has a very strong societal hold on people and it can be this sense of community which makes it hardest to leave.
26.10 – Maisel claims we have two choices with the future of religion: perpetuate lies or be honest and see which side produces higher morality.
28.13 – For more information, head to www.EricMaisel.com, and if you’re interested in learning more about natural psychology, you can download a free copy of Maisel’s book Natural Psychology at www.NaturalPsychology.net
Thu, 30 October 2014
Justin Gilchrist guest appears on the Young Wealth show today. He is an expert in buying online businesses and is also the co-founder of Centurica - a company that helps customers with website assessment and due diligence. He shares some important insider tips to Jason and his listeners about what you need to look for when purchasing an online business for the very first time.
5:22 – For the most part, Justin wouldn't classify it as a business unless it's at least 1 year old.
8:00 – Justin looks carefully into how an online business generates traffic and where those searches come from directly. Good traffic should be spread out through organic, paid ads, and social media searches.
12:44 – Justin suggests different types of website businesses to his clients depending on the person and their technical background.
16:30 – Businesses sometimes do sketchy things with their revenue reporting and it's Justin's job to make sure you don't fall into a bad business purchase because of it.
20:00 – What Justin advises is to get all the necessary information together before you speak to his company. Does this website look too good to be true? Is it logical? Is the website consistent?
23:00 – Justin sometimes has to look for very, very technical problems that his clients might not know about. You have to check everything and to have the experience to know when something doesn't look right.
24:20 – Use leverage when it comes to buying a website. Most times you can change the terms of a deal to pay for a website slowly and overtime. This will prevent you from going out of pocket right away.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Thu, 23 October 2014
Mark Lack is the founder of The Peak Performance Club, which helps empower and encourage young adults to achieve greatness. He is also the author of the book Shorten The Gap – Shortcuts To Success and Happiness. Mark sits down with Jason today to talk about your mindset and how you can achieve the success you have always wanted by simply changing your outlook on life.
5:00 – Self-education is incredibly important. Always keep learning.
7:40 – Start developing yourself in every level of your life. Become the best version of yourself to find your true passion.
11:50 – Your identity is a big part of how you hold yourself. Create a new identity of the person you want to be and pretend to be this character. Who is the person you want to be?
16:45 – What are the types of questions you ask yourself when problems arise? When you wake up ask yourself what you're grateful for.
20:15 – The 'powers that be' won't give you what you want if you don't see what you're grateful for.
22:00 – We are always selling so always asking the important questions will help grab the attention of your audience.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Shorten The Gap by Mark Lack
Money Love by Jerry Gillies
Chicken Soup for the Soul Years by Mark Victor Hansen
Wed, 15 October 2014
Zac Bissonnette is an author of several different books and is recently coming out with a new one called, “Good Advice From Bad People.” Today he sits down with Jason to give you a little insight about what you can learn from the book as well as talk about some of the problems with expensive colleges. Join Jason today and learn a couple of things about Lance Armstrong, Donald Trump, and more.
3:00 – When we know nothing about a person/celebrity, make them our role model, and when they fall, we look back and wonder why they were considered a hero in the first place.
5:10 – Dick Fuld said, “When you know what you're talking about, others will follow you because they're safe to follow you.” A few years later Fuld lead the largest bankruptcy in US history.
6:12 – There's very little accountability in Wall Street.
6:30 – One of Zac's favorite financial failures is Donald Trump.
9:30 – There's a leaked video from Jim Cramer bragging about how stupid SEC is and pretty much giving a finger to investors.
10:40 – Jim Cramer is on television too often to actually know anything. The research is being done by someone else.
13:45 – OJ Simpson said, “The day you take complete responsibility for yourself, the day you stop making any excuses, that's the day you start to the top.”
Wed, 17 September 2014
On today’s Young Wealth Show, Jason Hartman talks with author, Grant Cardone, about philosophies to live by, getting where you want to be and the importance of who you know. One of Cardone’s latest books, The 10X Rule, poses some interesting points about the fundamental ways in which we go about our daily lives.
02.30 – You can totally change your life by living by the mantra: Commit first, figure the rest out later.
06.00 – Constructing a business plan for a totally new business can simply be a waste of time because there’s no way you could plan for everything that could come up.
07.50 – When it comes to setting targets, you need to push yourself. Setting ‘realistic goals’ often ends up in a loss of excitement for your work. The 10X Rule is about thinking beyond and re-inspiring people.
09.50 – Don’t be put off by ‘ridiculous’. One target can be just as ridiculous as another: why write a business plan for $1 million when you can write one for $10 million?
12.00 – Grant Cardone’s upcoming book deals with issues about the middle class, including whether it even exists.
15.30 – With both sides crushing the middle class, the only option is to get rich, and you can do it.
16.00 – Never underestimate the power of saying ‘yes’ to things, and where that can take you.
17.30 – Our culture of not taking risks – even of just not talking to strangers – is the riskiest situation we could put ourselves in. What we lose from not taking risks is extensive.
18.00 – If it’s true that your income is the average of the 5 people you spend most time with, you can only expand yourself if you meet new people.
19.45 – The people you know right now won’t change your life. Meet new people, they’ll change your life tomorrow.
21.00 – Make a list of who you need to meet who can change your life.
23.50 – If you’re already kidding yourself about having just a couple of areas of your life being great, stop and make everything great. Make everything 10X.
24.50 – To get what you want, every day you have to do things you don’t want to do. You’ll set yourself apart as being one of the few who does what is necessary to get the job done.
26.30 – Information can be found about Grant Cardone’s work at www.tiredofmissingsales.com, www.cardoneuniversity.com, on his YouTube channel, through typing his name into Google, or through following him on Twitter @GrantCardone.
Full Transcript at http://jasonhartmanfoundation.org/articles/young-wealth-show/
Thu, 11 September 2014
Dmitry Kozlov, founder and CEO of Purpose Inspired Marketing, is Jason Hartman’s guest today on the Young Wealth Show. With topics for discussion ranging from colour perception and its influence on website conversion to creating opportunities for the technological youth of today, this episode will open the eyes of many listeners to website design elements they may never have considered.
03.00 – A lot of advanced web design deals with people’s perceptions associated with graphics, such as colour representation.
04.20 – The influence of Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh, seems to know no bounds, even to the level of using his home for business dealings.
05.50 – Live chat or Active Engage options are fast becoming one of the most important tools, especially in e-commerce industries. Companies such as AppSumo are pioneering the trend.
08.35 – Your website’s use of pop-ups can be improved by first posing a yes/no question in a pop-up and then leading to the chance to enter a name and email address, rather than immediately asking for these personal details.
11.30 – For your calls to action to be successful, you have to find a balance between the nurturing side and the business side. That way if one isn’t working for the client, you have the other to fall back on to reassure them.
12.35 – In terms of visual website optimisation, split-testing gives you so much scope for making individual changes to your site and monitoring visitors’ response to it. Hello Bar is one example of an available split-testing tool. In some tests, green has come out as the least successful colours for conversion.
16.50 – When it comes to outsourcing, especially off-shore, you’re hiring process should be as rigorous as it is for any other aspect of your business.
21.50 – When judging how much to pay your employees, you can look at their standard rates and compare those with what other posts are offering. Then you can decide whether to increase or stay the same.
25.30 – Having some technology-based tools like Base Camp (for projects) and Time Doctor (for time tracking) had really make the difference as your project and your team grows
28.00 – Technological advances and their availability mean that the geniuses and business growers of today’s society are able to have these transformations at an earlier age.
30.00 – The costs of membership to with www.mavericknext.com are as necessary to provide the service they offer – focusing on the provision of high-level mentors and strategies for personal success.
Mon, 25 August 2014
Bernard Pollard is the current safety for the Tennessee Titans and a Super Bowl champion. He's the Founder of Style Pro 31. Pollard invented and patented a one-of-a-kind lifestyle-enhancing, safety-promoting personal care product—the Smart Tray®.
Pollard discusses how he got into entrepreneurship. He gives us an inside glimpse of how professional athletes view business and manage their money.
Style Pro 31 was founded in 2012 when Bernard Pollard, Jr., overheard a problem in need of a solution. That problem was a person’s need for more space and organization while getting ready in the bathroom. Bernard immediately began drawing up ideas and thinking of ways to create more space at the bathroom sink. A year later, after fine-tuning his concept, he found the solution.
The ingenious Style Pro 31 Smart Tray is a convenient, portable lightweight and affordable foldout tray that fits most pedestal and traditional sinks to provide up to 288 square inches of additional counter space at the sink. The exceptional Smart Tray is designed for use in homes, apartments, dorm rooms, hospitals, assisted living facilities, hotels cruise ships and other travel applications.
Bernard Pollard, Jr., is best known for playing in the National Football League, but his talents don’t stop there. Bernard is an innovative dreamer and analytical thinker who brings a unique perspective to anything he is involved with. He is passionate and driven. His faith is most important to him and he enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids.
Visit Style Pro 31 at www.stylepro31.com.
Direct download: YW_74_-_Athletes_and_Business_Ventures_with_Bernard_Pollard.mp3
Category:Young Wealth Show -- posted at: 8:30am EDT
Mon, 18 August 2014
It was 2002 but it seems like it was just yesterday. Ace Chapman was 22 and just the thought of what the next 40 years would look like terrified him. He had tried some business ideas here and there and nothing seemed to work. It seemed nearly impossible to get ahead. He had little savings, student loans, and credit card debt. He was so sick of being broke and not being able to afford to finer things in life or the freedom to follow his passion for travel and connecting with people.
A college dropout, Ace knew he would hit a glass ceiling in the corporate world. Yet he had neither the time or money to afford more education. Talking to my his workers nearing retirement, Ace saw his future as retiring on a little more than social security. It was obvious speaking to them that despite all the hype around retirement plan they weren’t working in reality.
It was a pathetic existence spending so much of his life doing something he didn’t enjoy.
Well, eventually he was fired and he had a choice. Either go back and find another job or shoot for something bigger…freedom. Ace didn’t realize then how drastically different his life was going to be depending on that decision but he was so happy he made the decision he did. Ace went for something bigger and honestly he had no idea what he was doing.
He made some sacrifices, began investing in real estate, and realized he had a knack for it. Pretty soon Ace was making more money than he was at his previous job. He went on to buy a franchise business and put up billboards all over the city saying, “We Buy Ugly Houses.” He grew that business to be his first million dollar business and sold it.
Ace then took some of the money and bought two retail stores, one in Chattanooga and another out of state. At one point each business was doing over $1 million dollars in revenue. Before he knew it, he had become a true entrepreneur.
But it was nothing like he envisioned.
Ace was working for himself but he was working even harder than he was at his previous employer – 80 plus hours a week! Dealing with more headaches each week and putting out fires constantly. The money was good, and life was much better than being an employee, but it was not the life he had envisioned.
He took a little time off, traveled and just collected monthly checks from financing the sell of my different businesses. Ace had the opportunity to do some consulting and build a relationship with a certified billionaire. It was then that he realized that the wealthiest people in America were not wealthy because of cash flow from their business but from growing a business and either selling it all to a a single buyer or portions via the stock market to shareholders.
The secret to me has always been about providing more value than you take. Compensation is just a bi-product of your value to society. Your income is really defined by your value to society. Its pretty simple. Learn more skills, both left brain technical like Google and also right brain, less technical stuff like leadership skills and being able to inspire people. To be able to look someone in the eye and tell them you can help them get where they want to go and know that you can is one of the most powerful things you can provide the world.
Tue, 12 August 2014
Terry Savage is a nationally known expert on personal finance, the markets, and the economy. Terry is a regular blogger at the Huffington Post. She is a frequent guest on television and radio shows, including CNN, CBS, and appeared many times on Oprah!
Terry is in demand as a speaker at business meetings across the country. Her lively presentation style entertains as well as informs, whether talking about global economics, investing techniques, or personal finances. In 2012, Terry was named a "Top5 Speaker" in Economics/Finance as a result of popular votes at the Speaking.com web site.
Terry’s most recent book is a new edition of The Savage Truth on Money, which was named one of the ten best money books of the year by Amazon.com in its first edition. Her other current best-selling book — The Savage Number: How Much Money Do You Really Need to Retire? — was published in Fall, 2009 and deals with issues in retirement planning and investing.
You can read Terry’s columns, as well as post questions and comments at her website www.terrysavage.com, follow her on Twitter @TerryTalksMoney and on Facebook - The Savage Truth.
Terry’s financial expertise comes from experience. She started her career as a stockbroker, and became a founding member — and the first woman trader — on the Chicago Board Options Exchange. Savage was also a member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange where she traded interest rate contracts and currency futures. She is a registered investment advisor for both stocks and futures.
Terry Savage has won numerous awards, including the National Press Club award for Outstanding Consumer Journalism, and the Outstanding Personal Finance Columnist award given by the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and two Emmys for her television work.
Savage takes an active role in America’s business community. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Group, and previously served on the boards of McDonald’s Corporation for 14 years and Pennzoil-Quaker State Corporation for 5 years. She was a recipient of the Director’s Choice Award honoring selected women who serve on America’s top corporate boards.
She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Michigan, where she won a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship in American Studies.
Mon, 4 August 2014
Martin Yate is the New York Times bestselling author of the "Knock Em Dead" series. He's the author of the new book, "Knock 'em Dead Social Networking."
In his latest installment, Yate discusses how hiring managers and job seekers use social networking sites like LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook, and Twitter. He explains the importance of social networks in landing jobs and how social media creates stability in an uncertain world of work.
Yate them talks about the important highlights to have on any resume.
Martin Yate is an internationally best-selling author. He has held major posts as a director of training and personnel for several international companies. His best-selling title Great Answers to Tough Interview Questions (published by Kogan Page) is now in its 5th edition and has sold over 4 million copies.
Find out more about Martin Yate at www.knockemdead.com.
Wed, 30 July 2014
Dr. John Demartini is the founder of the Demartini Institute and author of, "How to Make One Hell Of A Profit and Still Get to Heaven." He joins the show to discuss the true nature of wealth and how people can better understand and appreciate the true nature of wealth.
Dr. Demartini developed the audio program "Business Mastery." He shares important tools that are needed to dissolve unconscious blocks to business success.
Finally, Dr. Demartini talks about some strategies to make and save money.
Dr. John Demartini is a human behavioural specialist, educator, author and founder of the Demartini Institute, a private research and education institute with a focus on empowering individuals and organizations and transforming micro and macro social dynamics. Dr. Demartini is dedicated to expanding human awareness and potential in all markets and social sectors and travels over 360 days a year to over 56 countries to share his research and findings across the globe.
He has written over 40 books and appeared in numerous national and international radio, television and print interviews as well as appeared in movie documentaries such as The Secret and The Opus. Dr. Demartini has shared the stage with noted speakers such as Steven Covey, Donald Trump and Deepak Chopra.
Dr. Demartini has been a featured guest on CNN's Larry King Live, CBS’s The Early Show, PBS’s This is America with Dennis Wholey, CNBC’s Alive and Wellness, Good Morning Australia, Carte Blanche, 3 Talk, and Voice of America among many others.
Dr. Demartini is the originator of The Demartini Method®, a revolutionary new tool in human transformation and empowerment that is being used by many psychologists, professional and personal coaches, social workers and health professionals across the world.
Find out more about Dr. John Demartini at www.drdemartini.com.
Wed, 23 July 2014
Pete Seat is the former spokesman for President George W. Bush, U.S. Senator Dan Coats and The Indiana Republican Party. He's now the Senior Project Manager at Hathaway Strategies and Founding Publisher of TheFrontRowSeat.com. He's the author of the new book, "The War on Millennials: Airing Grievances & Offering Solutions Through the Eyes of America's Next Generation of Leaders."
In the past two elections, the millennials voted for Obama. Seat discusses who they will vote for next, given how much Obama has burdened them moving forward.
In his book, "The War on Millennials: Airing Grievances & Offering Solutions Through the Eyes of America's Next Generation of Leaders," Seat wrote his book, "The War on Millennials: Airing Grievances & Offering Solutions Through the Eyes of America's Next Generation of Leaders," from the vantage point of "a spokesperson for American youth.” Seat discusses the disconnect between Washington and the Millennial generation and why the GOP can't attract younger voters.
A former spokesman for President George W. Bush, U.S. Sen. Dan Coats and the Indiana Republican Party, Seat works at Indianapolis-based public affairs consulting firm Hathaway Strategies. He has appeared on numerous Fox News and MSNBC programs including “Happening Now,” “The Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd,” and “Hardball with Chris Matthews”. He also has published columns in outlets including Politico, MSNBC.com and The Indianapolis Star, and is the author of the forthcoming book “The War on Millennials.” From June 2005 to January 2009, Seat served on President George W. Bush’s White House staff, including as deputy assistant press secretary. He traveled to 23 countries with the president, logged thousands of miles aboard Air Force One, and was one of only a handful of staff in the Oval Office during the first gathering in 25 years of all living presidents at the White House. A native of Schererville, Seat is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in theater arts and was an alternate delegate to the 2004 Republican National Convention from Arizona, and again in 2012 representing Indiana.
Visit The Front Row Seat at www.TheFrontRowSeat.com.
Find out more about Hathaway Strategies at www.hathawaystrategies.com.
Mon, 14 April 2014
Scott Gerber is the Founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council. He joins the podcast to share his thoughts on crowdfunding young entrepreneurs and start-ups changing the healthcare industry. He then finishes the discussion by sharing some advice for relationship building.
Scott Gerber is a self taught serial entrepreneur, sought-after public speaker, internationally syndicated business columnist, television commentator, and author of the book ”Never Get a “Real” Job”. He is the producer and host of “Founders Forum with Scott Gerber” on Inc.com.
He’s been widely recognized as the world’s most-syndicated columnist on the subject of entrepreneurship. His columns appear regularly on TIME, Inc., MSN, CNBC, CNN, Mashable, The Next Web, and The Huffington Post. Scott is also a regular contributor on MSNBC, Fox Business and CNN.
Scott is the founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council, an invite-only organization comprised of many of America’s most successful young entrepreneurs. He has been a featured speaker at the White House and has rung the NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell. In 2011, he was named one of Mashable’s “4 Young Social Good Entrepreneurs to Watch. In 2012, he was named a “generation Y employment champion” by Fortune Magazine. In 2013, Fast Company named him a “superconnector” and the “Pandora of Gen Y networking”.
He has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, TIME, CNN, Reuters, Mashable, CBS Evening News, ABC World News Tonight, MSNBC, US News & World Report, Fox News, Inc. and Entrepreneur.
Find out more about Scott Gerber at www.scottdgerber.com.
Visit the Young Entrepreneur Council at www.yec.co.
Direct download: YW_68_-_Why_Relationships_Matter_with_Scott_Gerber.mp3
Category:Young Wealth Show -- posted at: 5:58pm EDT
Wed, 2 April 2014
Anne Filipic is the President of Enroll America. Filipic has been tasked with taking one of the most politicized and divisive pieces of legislation in recent American history and turning it into a kitchen table, family-friendly consumer issue. She joins the podcast to discuss the marketing tactics she is utilizing to sell Obamacare.
Filipic tells us the truth on how things are really going with Obamacare and whether they are hitting their metrics. She also explains why she set a deadline of March 31st for enrollment.
Anne Filipic serves as President of Enroll America, a non-profit organization dedicated to maximizing the number of Americans who enroll in health coverage made available through the Affordable Care Act. Most recently, Ms. Filipic was the Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement. Previously, she served as Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. Her background includes key positions in a variety of electoral and issue campaigns, including the 2008 Obama for America campaign, where she served as Field Director during the Iowa caucuses and Colorado General Election Director. As an early leader in the Obama for America campaign, Ms. Filipic played a key role in developing and implementing the campaign’s successful organizing model, which has fundamentally altered the nature of grassroots engagement.
Since joining Enroll America in January 2013, Ms. Filipic has appeared in dozens of media outlets including The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Bloomberg News, MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes,” CNN’s “CrossFire,” and “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Representing the nation’s leading health coverage enrollment organization with a staff of over 260, a coalition of over 2000 partner organizations, and a network of over 15,000 volunteers, Ms. Filipic has become a leading voice on the consumer experience and best practices around ACA enrollment and engagement.
Visit Enroll America at www.enrollamerica.org.
Fri, 14 March 2014
At 38, Jennifer Kushell, has lead a movement inspiring young people to do more with their lives for two decades. As Co-Founder and President of Young & Successful Media, she has been a relentless advocate for the younger generations, impacting the lives and futures of millions around the world. In 2006, she led her company in launching YSN.com – Your Success Network – an online universe for emerging adults to explore their passions, connect with ambitious others and find opportunities across the globe. The site has since attracted young entrepreneurs, leaders and fast rising executives from 200+ countries.
Author of the NY Times Best Seller Secrets of the Young & Successful (Simon & Schuster), The Young Entrepreneur's Edge (Random House) and Solo Para Emprendedores (Grupo Norma), she has been called a “guru” of her generation’s entrepreneurial movement by US News & World Report and “The Career Doctor” by Cosmopolitan.
Kushell has appeared in front hundreds of millions throughout the world via major media such as CNN, CNBC, BBC, NPR, PBS, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur, Cosmopolitan, and Seventeen and has sourced over 400 journalists on trends that affect young people, while providing emotionally charged content to inspire emerging adults to lead extraordinary lives.
As a popular speaker, she has addressed and delivered keynotes to a wide range of corporations, trade associations, universities and organizations, including: Starwood Hotels, American Express/OPEN, Entrepreneur Magazine’s Business Growth Conferences, The National Association of Women Business Owners, Junior Chamber International’s World Congress in Japan, Students in Free Enterprise, AIESEC, Future Business Leaders of America, The National Youth Leadership Congress, Insead University in France, Harvard’s International Business Conference, The Harvard Club in Belgium, University of Lima in Peru, ESEN (Escuela Superior de Economìa y Negocios) in El Salvador, The White House Conference on Small Business, and the National Science Center in Australia.
As a corporate consultant and thought leader, Kushell has worked with a wide range of educators, NGOs government agencies, and global corporations. Highlights include projects with Subway AOL, Visa, Bank of America, BusinessWeek, Inc, Ernst & Young, MTV, Staples, Exxon/Mobil Oil, The Australian Government, Job Corps, and Boston Public Schools. Her focus: The Next Generation Workforce and Youth Empowerment, Employment and Entrepreneurship. Kushell has helped sculpt numerous programs, promotions, and initiatives targeting students, young professionals and business owners, while increasing the amount of information, resources, and support available both nationally and internationally. These collaborations grant organizations unparalleled access to young people around the globe, an intimate understanding of what motivates them, and paves the way for innovative solutions to make campaigns more influential, emotionally charged and compelling.
Having started her first small business at the age of 13, by 19, Kushell was on a mission. Frustrated with the lack of support and guidance available for younger people pursuing their first ventures, in 1993 she founded The Young Entrepreneurs Network, one of the first online communities connecting over 10,000 entrepreneurs in 70 countries. From there, her team conducted the first psychographic research study on young entrepreneurs (featured by the Wall Street Journal) and wrote the first advanced entrepreneurship curriculum for high school students.
A founding member of the National Mentoring Partnership, Kushell worked with the founders and top executives of leading youth service organizations (such as Big Brothers, YMCA, Girl Scouts of America, etc.) to further the reach of mentoring programs throughout the country, establish guidelines for best practices, and increase government funding via new legislation. She has also served on the advisory boards of Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), The National Mentoring Policy Counsel, and Harvard Women in Business. Kushell has been honored with national awards from the National Federation of Independent Business, The US Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, and The Kauffman Foundation.
Find out more about Jen Kushell at http://jenniferkushell.com/
Thu, 6 March 2014
Alexandra Levit is a workplace author, generational speaker, columnist, consultant, and author of, "They Don’t Teach Corporate in College: A Twenty-Something’s Guide to the Business World." She joins the show to discuss smart career moves 20-somethings can make out of college to help them land the jobs of their dreams.
While at the job, it's important for youngsters to find workplace mentors. Levit explains how new employees can do this.
Levit breaks down recent jobs data to conclude certain signals employers are sending to recent graduates. She believes several trends in 2014 will impact people's careers. She also thinks 20-somethings can learn several career lessons about Healthcare.gov.
Find out more about Alexnadra Levit at www.alexandralevit.com.
Fri, 21 February 2014
Neale Godfrey is the CEO and President of Green$treet Commons and Chairman of The Children's Financial Network. She's a #1 New York Times bestselling author of 26 books empowering children and their families to take charge of their financial lives.
Godfrey explains how parents can teach the next generation how to be rich and appreciative. She thinks youngsters need to learn how to give back as well.
Godfrey wraps up the discussion by giving advice to kids who will be facing the burden of rising healthcare, education, and inflationary costs.
Neale S. Godfrey is an acknowledged expert on family and children’s finances. She has been in the financial field for over 30 years. She began her career as one of the first female executives at The Chase Manhattan Bank. She then became the President of The First Women’s Bank and founder of The First Children’s Bank. That started the conversation about children and money in the United States. Neale formed Children’s Financial Network, Inc to promote the mission of education for children and their parents. She has authored 16 books dealing with money, life skills and values.
Neale’s first adult book, MONEY DOESN’T GROW ON TREES: A PARENT’S GUIDE TO RAISING FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE CHILDREN became #1 on the New York Times Best Seller List.
In addition to her books, Neale has developed THE ONE AND ONLY COMMON SENSE/CENTS SERIES, the first money curriculum for Grades 1 to 8 along with a CD-ROM, MONEY TOWN, for children from kindergarten through eighth grade. Neale is a dedicated and serious advocate for women. Her books and programs aim to empower women to take charge of their financial lives. She has two books for women, MAKING CHANGE and MOM, INC.: TAKING YOUR WORK SKILLS HOME. She frequently speaks on the subject to groups focusing on assistance to women as well as supporting the education of their children. Presently, she is on the board of directors of UNIFEM (United Nations Agency for International Women’s Rights) and has held successful fundraisers for them. Neale is available to corporations both domestic and international to make keynote presentations, conduct seminars, and act as a spokesperson. She has been a speaker for Merrill Lynch, Paine Webber, AIG, AG Edwards, Fleet and New York Life. She has served as national spokesperson for Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Fidelity Bank, Quaker Oats, UPS, AIG, Proctor & Gamble and Nuveen. Recently, she has been selected as spokesperson for AOL Cash Card. She is a financial literacy advocate for the American Bankers Association.
Tue, 15 October 2013
Paul Gu is co-founder & head of products at Upstart. He explains the JOBS Act's effects on crowdfunding and how this will impact entrepreneurship and the U.S. economy as a whole.
Gu also walks us through the entire model of Upstart... how it works... and how youngsters can get investors to bet on their futures. In essence, Upstart is crowdfunding people and their educations. Furthermore, Gu describes how Upstart can curb the student loan issue.
Find out more about Upstart at www.upstart.com.
Thu, 10 October 2013
Marc Gorlin is the Chairman and Co-Founder of Kabbage. He explains how Kabbage provides online advances to grow a business without relying on credit score. Gorlin believes this new form of lending is the future.
Gorlin also breaks down the current state of lending and what businesses can do to set themselves up for financing.
Visit Kabbage at www.kabbage.com.
Fri, 4 October 2013
Richie Frieman is "The Modern Manners Guy” on the Quick and Dirty Tips network and author of, "REPLY ALL…And Other Ways to Tank Your Career." The book is targeted to young people so they can hopefully become more wealthy, but older people are just as guilty.
Frieman explains how people can make a great first impression and land jobs. He also shares some strategies to fix workplace faux pas and how people can completely avoid them in the first place.
Frieman gives his advice to youngsters on conducting themselves on social media, company happy hours, and holiday parties.
Find out more about Richie Frieman at www.richiefrieman.com.
Thu, 26 September 2013
On this episode, Jason Hartman is joined by Jack Canfield, America’s #1 Success Coach, to talk about Jack’s journey to success as founder and CEO of Chicken Soup for the Soul Enterprises, founder and chairman of The Canfield Training Group, and his latest project, Bestseller Blueprint Training Program. As the beloved originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series, Jack Canfield fostered the emergence of inspirational anthologies as a genre - and watched it grow to a billion dollar market. As the driving force behind the development and delivery of more than 123 million books sold through the Chicken Soup for the Soul® franchise (and over 500 million copies in print worldwide), Jack Canfield is uniquely qualified to talk about success. His proven formula for success reached global acclaim with his most recent National Bestseller, The Success Principles™: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be. For his fascinating story, listen at: www.SpeakingofWealth.com.
Jack is a multiple New York Times bestselling author, including titles such as The Power of Focus, The Aladdin Factor, Dare to Win, You’ve Got to Read This Book! and The Key to Living the Law of Attraction. He is the Founder and Chairman of The Canfield Training Group in Santa Barbara, California, which trains entrepreneurs, educators, corporate leaders and motivated individuals how to accelerate the achievement of their personal and professional goals. Jack is also the founder of The Foundation for Self-Esteem in Westlake Village, California, which provides self-esteem resources and trainings to social workers, welfare recipients and human resource professionals. Jack wrote and produced the Goals Program, a video training program for California welfare recipients. To date, the program has been responsible for helping 450,000 people get off welfare.
Jack is a featured teacher in the movie “The Secret”, “The Opus”, “The Cure”, "The Tapping Solution”, and “Yes IS the Destination...No is How You Get There.” He has recently been filmed for inclusion in two more films entitled “Discover the Gift” and “Awakening.”
Jack has also been a featured guest on more than 1,000 radio and television programs in nearly every major market worldwide - many of them on a repeat basis. A sample of these shows include Oprah, Montel, Larry King Live, 20/20, Inside Edition, The Today Show, Fox and Friends, The CBS Evening News, The NBC Nightly News, Eye to Eye, CNN's Talk Back Live!, PBS, QVC and many others.
Fri, 20 September 2013
Danny Kofke is a schoolteacher and author of, "A Simple Book of Financial Wisdom: Teach Yourself (and Your Kids) How to Live Wealthy with Little Money."
Kofke tells us how kids can learn to be entrepreneurs and what elders should teach kids about money.
He also shares his opinions on whether we should end teacher unions and if states should disband the tenure system for teachers.
Visit Danny Kofke's blog at dannykofke.blogspot.com.
Mon, 16 September 2013
Jonathan Bender is a former NBA player turned serial entrepreneur, having founded The Jonathan Bender Foundation. He joins the podcast to tell us about his different businesses and their models.
Bender also explains what got him interested in making money on his own through hard work, which required a different skill-set from sports. He describes how athletics can translate to power in business and how ordinary people can launch second careers.
Bender is one of the rare social entrepreneurs who makes money and does good at the same time. He explains this new practice and how it's a win-win situation for all.