Fri, 1 March 2019
SS 115: Consider the Evidence, in Defense of the Reliability of the New Testament with Daniel Buttafuoco
Jason Hartman talks with attorney Daniel Buttafuoco, author of the book Consider the Evidence: A Trial Lawyer Examines Eyewitness Testimony in Defense of the Reliability of the New Testament, about why we can believe what we read in the bible and how he believes there's enough evidence to prove the Christian faith.
[3:15] How the New Testmanet is evidence to the reliability of the bible
[5:50] The evidence that's available for the more supernatural part of faith
[10:33] People ask the wrong question about people with religion
[13:02] One piece of evidence that the resurrection is a true story
Fri, 23 November 2018
Jason Hartman talks with Diana Butler Bass, Ph.D. in religious studies and award-winning author of 10 books including her newest, Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks. The two dive in to why being grateful is important, both for the community and the individual. Diana explains the 4 dispositions of gratitude and the health benefits that come from being grateful.
[2:37] Gratitude actually makes you healthier
[7:56] Gratitude functions out of our higher brain, whereas fear functions out of our primal brain. It also helps things in you physically like blood pressure
[11:00] The world has changed and we need to stop acting solely from our fear instincts
[11:59 The 4 dispositions of gratitude
[16:28] Play isn't just about competition, it's about appreciation, movement, and celebration. Ritual celebrations of thanksgiving are important parts of our culture
Fri, 2 November 2018
Jason Hartman talks with Scott Shay, co-found of Signature Bank and author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, about the dangers of our society becoming more cash averse, the degradation of ethics and character, and how we can reverse the course our nation is still on that idolizes money and power.
[1:53] Even after everything we went through in the Great Recession, the banking industry is more consolidated now than it's ever been
[4:43] 60% of bank mergers result in a destruction of bank value
[8:53] The history and purpose of Glass-Steagall
[11:39] Our society is becoming more and more cash averse; what does this mean for us moving forward?
[14:52] There's a degradation of ethics and character today
[19:33] How do we fix our current idolatry of money and power?
[24:08] How Adam Smith and Chapter 19 of Leviticus are similar
Fri, 19 October 2018
Jason Hartman talks with Art Ally, President & Founder of Timothy Plan, about biblically responsible investing. The two unwrap what that truly means, as well as how you can get by on less than you truly think. They also explore more of what the bible tells us in regards to our investing strategy and how Timothy Plan can help.
[2:03] The definition of "biblically responsible investing"
[5:36] We're in a mess because all of our training in handling money has come from the world, not the church.
[9:42] The richest people in the world are often the most miserable
[13:59] It's biblical to diversify your investment, but what does that look like?
Fri, 24 August 2018
SS 111 - Your Life...Well Spent, The Eternal Rewards of Investing Yourself & Your Money in Your Family by Russ Crosson, Ronald Blue Trust
Jason Hartman talks with Russ Crosson, Executive Vice Chairman of the Board at Ronald Blue Trust, about how to get a higher return on life, the importance of erring on the side of generosity, enjoying your life based on what you have and enjoying the trip.
[2:22] How faith should inform your finances
[4:08] People will make bad financial investments and not think twice, but when it comes to giving their sometimes over cautious
[8:22] How you need to think about investments vs how a lot of people think about them currently
[10:36] Russ' thoughts on real estate investing
[11:57] Is liquidity in investments really such a great thing?
Fri, 17 August 2018
Jason Hartman talks with Joel Comm, author of the new book The Fun Formula and host of the Bad Crypto Podcast, about his new book The Fun Formula and how subtle changes in our thinking and routine can enable us to design the life we truly desire: one of significance and joy.
They also discuss why he's bullish on cryptocurrencies and blockchain, the changes blockchain will bring to our society, ICOs and more.
[2:31] The origin of The Fun Formula
[6:42] You have to leave an opening in your life for the world to fill in some gaps
[10:32] Joel is bullish on both blockchain and cryptocurrencies
[11:47] Blockchain is going to be more disruptive than the smartphone
[15:42] Big money is coming in to cryptocurrencies, what are they doing right now?
[19:29] The current state of the ICO market
Fri, 4 May 2018
Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Robert Whaples, Professor and Chair in the Department of Economics, Wake Forest University and co-editor and managing editor of The Independent Review. The two discuss the current Pope's world view and the nature of the Catholic church today.
[1:58] What is Pope Francis' world view?
[6:23] How the economy is connected to the environment in the Pope's world view
[12:02] Do we need environmental regulations and taxes?
[13:49] Have we just exported our pollution?
[19:05] Where does the Catholic church come in on the uneven playing fields of markets and oligarchies
Mon, 5 February 2018
Jason Hartman welcomes Connor Boyack, author of the Tuttle Twins children's book series, and founder of Libertas Insitute, to discuss the need for education about our rights and liberties to be taught to children at a young age. The Tuttle Twin series is aimed at taking important pieces of adult literature and distilling them into key points to emphasize in a way a child can understand.
Jason and Connor dive into subject matter including how government and powerful entities erode our freedoms through fear, whether cryptocurrencies will stick around for the long haul, and how we can actually act to improve our situation.
[2:23] Critical thinking is on the outs in our society
[5:07] The way the system has been set up is totally rigged and takes too much effort to fully understand
[9:05] As a society we have no incentives to change our ways
[11:03] Connor's life as a prepper was not a healthy one, and why he likes cryptocurrency
[14:15] Jason doesn't believe cryptocurrency will truly catch on because it's a director competitor with central banks and governments
[18:29] Will governments shut down cryptocurrencies?
[21:31] The government is eroding our freedoms in the name of "protecting the little people"
[25:04] Some more subtle ways in which our fears are being used against us, such as avian flu, swine flu, Y2K, etc
[28:26] Europe has become a disaster through socialism, immigration, and political correctness
[29:54] Connor's long play to improve society
www.TuttleTwins.com (promo code "liberty")
The flip side of having individual liberty is having personal responsibility and accountability
Fri, 26 January 2018
SS 107 - How the Government Can Suppress Religious Teaching Using the Prison System with Dr. Dino, Kent Hovind
Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Dino, Kent Hovind, who was arrested and sentenced to prison for what he believes was teaching creationism. Kent is a "young earther" who teaches the earth only being around 6,000 years old. While he was beign arrested he heard the police referring to one of his DVDs. Afterward his charges were for "structuring" which is normally used to catch drug dealers.
Listen in as Jason and Kent discuss Kent's case, as well as how the government continues to overstep their bounds.
[2:11] Kent's experience with the prison industrial complex
[7:37] The justice system is just a giant corporation
[11:15] Our liberties are being eroded slowly left and right, and it could happen to you at any time
[13:32] You have to be careful when the government starts moving toward being the all powerful being
[16:50] Why Kent thinks he was targeted
[20:08] We can't hope to regulate every single way that people can kill other people
[23:42] It's important to know what your opponents end goal is
[28:23] Algorithms like Facebook and Google's should be made public so we know why we are and are not seeing things
Fri, 5 January 2018
Jason Hartman talks with Rob Bell, one of TIME's 100 Most Influential People in 2011 and author of Love Wins, about the bible's views on entrepreneurship, what we should be doing with the wealth we accumulate, and what we can learn from King Solomon's story.
The two also discuss how good things can become victims of their own success and lead to people simply doing the same things as before to sustain the system rather than trying to improve life like it was initially.
[2:21] You can truly love something that completely exhausts you
[3:12] What the bible tells us about entrepreneurship
[8:59] Business relationships between seller and customer should be win-win
[11:22] The question Hebrew scholars ask about Solomon's story
[14:54] Institutions naturally bend toward self-preservation
[19:15] The gap between the haves and the have-nots is creating new levels of frustration and anger
The bible is a very sharp critique of wealth and power when it is not used to help those who need it most
For those of us in the developed world...everything we do to help empower those that need it...does make the world more safe
Wed, 3 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.
Mon, 1 January 2018
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 libery) 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, 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.
[3:23] The 30,000 foot overview of the GOP Tax Reform
[5:18] Will this tax reform create a repatriation of wealth back to the US?
[9:09] The move that mobilized the GOP forces toward tax reform
[11:06] The 2nd most important thing in the tax plan was the widening of tax brackets and lowering of rates for individuals
[13:16] The standard deducation has been increased, which should increase the number of simple 1040s being filed
[16:17] The single largest revenue raiser in the entire bill
[18:29] The change in mortgage interest deductions could cause a dampening in the high end real estate market
[20:59] The Alternative Minimum Tax isn't gone, but it's gone through an overhaul
[22:50] Pass-through businesses are getting a 20% deduction
[29:49] The accelerated bonus depreciation is enormous for real estate investors
[33:21] Changes to the 1031 Exchange rule
[37:24] The carried interest rules have changed as well, impacting the hedge fund managers trading techniques
[39:13] 529 plans (education plans for children) can now be used to pay for private schools
[39:47] Some tax changes that were EXPECTED but didn't end up happening
Fri, 8 December 2017
There seems to be a new cryptocurrency popping up every week, with markets being discovered, and new algorithms occurring all the time. There's a new player in town, however, and it's serving a market that so far has been avoided, and that's Christianity.
Jason Hartman talks with Luke Forstmann, co-founder of Christ Coin, about what his cryptocurrency is based on, how you get it, how their currency actually gives back to communities, and the plethora of ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) that are popping up.
[1:21] How the cryptocurrency craze now is similar to the internet craze in the late-90s, early 2000s
[3:55] What is an ICO (Initial Coin Offering), and when does it happen?
[9:05] What happened during Christ Coin's ICO?
[9:55] How do you set the initial price on something like Christ Coin?
[12:07] What is the LifeChange platform Christ Coin is utilizing?
[15:54] How do you get/earn Christ Coins?
[19:30] What it means when you buy Christ Coins, and how you can track its impact
Wed, 4 October 2017
Sunday night in Las Vegas shook the town and, tragically, saw the loss of life to over 50 and caused injuries to over 400 participants at the Route91 Christian Music Festival. The deranged gunman who fired at them was shooting from the Mandalay Bay hotel, where Jason Hartman happened to be attending a meeting.
Jason took some time Monday evening to reflect on his experience as the realization dawned on him, and the other meeting attendees, that someone was shooting at people on the ground. He also talks to his friend, Larry, who stayed at the meeting a little longer and ended up being locked into the hotel and having to spend the night in the meeting room. Larry tells about the scare they received in the room, how the situation was handled, and when he was allowed to leave.
[1:13] Hearing the gunshots from the balcony of the meeting room, and the slow realization that something was horribly wrong
[5:40] The biggest terrorist attack in the US since 9/11 and the fear that the next one will be even bigger
[8:38] The moment where Larry and his meeting attendees thought the shooter was outside their door
[15:12] What happened when everyone was released and the security measures during the night
"I just never in my life thought I would witness some terrible tragedy like this"
Fri, 1 September 2017
Jason talks with Elisabeth Embry, host of the Women Investing Network Podcast, about what's going on in the world of real estate and inflation right now. They discuss some linear, hybrid, and cyclical markets, as well as the influence of foreign investors in the US real estate landscape.
[1:48] What Jason learned on his 7 week vacation/trip to Europe
[5:50] The patterns of countries like Japan and the importance of demographics
[10:15] Whether "this time it's different" is at all applicable in this cycle, or if it's just wishful thinking before a bubble bursts
[14:25] Donald Trump is loosening the flood gates of money, and how it will effect real estate investing
[12:03] The impact that foreign investment has on US markets
[26:48] A lot of the invisible inflation can be seen is by the rise of self-service
[32:01] We've got to stop viewing minimum wage jobs as careers
Fri, 7 July 2017
Medical schools today no longer bother teaching their students about what different religions believe about health care practices, which is leaving some people of faith out in the cold when they receive care. Dr John Dawson, however, believes that this is something worth knowing, and has laid it out in his book Religion in Medicine.
Jason Hartman and Dr Dawson look at when the change happened, and what can be done to educate current physicians and health care providers.
[2:05] When did the medical system change and stop concerning themselves with the patients needs, and why
[5:53] What can be done to remedy the problem, and is it affordable?
[7:40] How John's knowledge of the Sikh religious practices helped a patient with a serious head injury
[9:41] Does health care around the world not care about religious beliefs or just the West?
Fri, 30 June 2017
When we think of the First Amendment, we tend to believe that it allows us to say whatever we want, often without any repercussions. But what does it actually protect, and from whom? Floyd Abrams represented The New York Times in the 1971 Pentagon Papers case, and is author of the new book The Soul of the First Amendment. He explains to Jason how the First Amendment actually protects us, what it DOESN'T protect us from, and why some areas aren't as protected as others.
In a day and age where a negative review posted on Yelp! can lead to lawsuits, it's vital that you understand what speech can come back to haunt you.
[3:23] Floyd's background and some of the landmark cases he's been a part of like the Pentagon Papers
[7:25] The First Amendment and college campus free speech issues
[9:10] Areas of our society we don't realize are government controlled and subject to different free speech rules
[11:45] The broadcast medium is nearing the free speech protections as print media
[16:17] The First Amendment and "fake news"
[21:03] The First Amendment and the internet users getting sued for comments/reviews/etc
Fri, 26 May 2017
In a recent investment seminar, Jason Hartman dove into the topic of investing in income property during an inflationary period. After single-family homes sales rose in January, income property inventory became low. As we head deeper into a Trump administration, Jason points out that the signs of inflation are there and we'd better be ready for it.
[0:40] Inflation induced debt destruction and your mortgage
[2:46] Jason explains how the government manipulates inflation numbers through hedonic adjustment
[10:14] The ultimate investing equation.
[17:33] Remember, investments generate income
[19:24] Cash and bonds are destroyed by inflation
[21:26] Inflation is not taken into account by the IRS
[24:20] Loan defaults happen during inflationary and deflationary times
[27:03] What you're paying in corporate taxes vs self employment taxes
Fri, 19 May 2017
Today we meet Frances Donald, Senior Economist at Manulife Asset Management and Chief Economist at John Hancock Financial Services. Frances and Jason Hartman take a look into consumer, investor, and executive sentiment numbers around the housing and job markets. They also investigate what's behind the stock market resurgence, and how much we might be able to attribute to Trump's policy initiatives.
[1:12] Investor sentiment gives a positive outlook for the US economy
[3:54] Is Trump the cause of the economic forecast?
[5:11] Rising interest rates present a challenge for the housing market
[8:12] Trump is inspiring confidence in companies all across the country
[9:53] Real estate investment is a small part of the total economy
[14:30] There are two true drivers of rental housing
[17:02] The housing and rental markets are not currently in their natural order
[20:41] The importance of demographics in relation to wage growth
There are fewer multipliers to growth from a rental market than there are from a housing market.
Fri, 17 March 2017
Robert Dickie III is President of Crown Financial Ministries and author of The LEAP, and Love Your Work. Jason Hartman talks with Robert about how people can improve their lot in life without getting trapped under a mountain of debt. Thanks to technology, which is disrupting everything, Robert says it's easier (and cheaper) than ever before.
[2:54] What exactly Robert means when he says "stewardship"
[4:45] The inflection point between the old, dying economy and the new economy being born
[8:55] The MOOC concept
[10:02] The 3 websites you can go to get educated for free, and accredited for cheap
[13:31] The impact technology is having on ALL aspects of society and workforces
[16:28] The industry you can specialize in where companies like Google will come searching for YOU to offer you a job
[18:45] How enrolling in a MOOC got a 16 year old from Mongolia a full ride to MIT
Fri, 24 June 2016
Greg began his career with McKinsey & Company, serving clients in a wide range of industries including manufacturing, retail, and healthcare. He then worked as an investment professional for the private equity firm Advent International, where he focused on investments in the healthcare sector. After earning his MBA from Harvard Business School in 2015, Greg joined Nashville-based healthcare technology startup naviHealth as vice president of product development and innovation.
Fri, 10 June 2016
SS 95 - The Freedom Factor, Finding Peace by Forgiving Others... and Yourself & The Dream Giver, Following Your God Given Destiny with Bruce Wilkinson
International ministry leader and award-winning author Bruce Wilkinson founded TEN as the culmination of four decades of proven global ministry and training ‘best practices’. He has given keynote addresses at major national and international events with stadium audiences of 80,000 or more. Bruce’s breakout book, The Prayer of Jabez, was the fastest-selling book in history with worldwide sales exceeding 20 million. He has written more than 60 books that have been translated into 30 languages, including several books that reached the number one spot on the bestseller lists of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today.
Fri, 20 May 2016
Ross is the founder, President and CEO of Bank2 in Oklahoma City, OK. Bank2 was started in 2002 as a community bank with a mission to Build Better Lives. Bank2 was named the number one community bank in the nation in 2009 and number 3 in 2010 based upon REO by the American Banking Journal. Bank2 was named one of Oklahoma’s Top Work Places in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Ross seeks to live out his faith 24/7. His office has become a huge part of his platform. Ross uses his “Spiritual Whatsit” to share the story of redemption with each first-time visitor. Ross speaks about 45 times a year, writes a blog read in 128 countries and consults with CEOs and entrepreneurs. Ross released his first book Broken Pieces- Nothing is Wasted in 2004, and he will be releasing his second book, Smashing Your Silos in 2016.
Fri, 18 March 2016
SS 93 - DIG DEEP, 7 Truths to Finding the Strength Within with Canadian Football League & OK Sooners Orange Bowl Champ and former Congressman JC Watts
JC Watts is a former Congressman from Oklahoma, President of Feed the Children, co-chair of the Coalition for AIDS Relief in Africa, founder and Chairman of JC Watts Companies and Watts Consulting Group. He's also the author of the new book Dig Deep: 7 Truths for Finding the Strength Within.
Sat, 16 January 2016
Chris Stone is a certified Brand Strategist and founder of Faith Driven Global™, the premier channel for brands to reach the rapidly emerging and economically powerful consumer segment known as Faith Driven Consumers—41 million adults who comprise 17 percent of the U.S. population and spend $2 trillion annually. Stone has spent nearly 20 years building bridges between major brands and their target customers. Regarded as the national expert on the Faith Driven Consumer™ segment, Stone was the first to qualify and quantify this highly differentiated, unique subset of the broader Christian market segment.
Fri, 8 January 2016
SS 91 - Proverbial Beauty, Secrets for Success & Happiness from the Wisdom of the Ages with Rabbi Yonason Goldson
Rabbi Yonason Goldson, a talmudic scholar and radio personality, is a former hitchhiker, circumnavigator, and newspaper columnist who lives with his wife in St. Louis, Missouri.
His new book is Proverbial Beauty: Secrets for Success and Happiness from the Wisdom of the Ages, a marriage of King Solomon’s proverbs with the mysterious beauty of the Mona Lisa, is filled with discovery, insight, and inspiration.
He has authored four books and hundreds of articles on contemporary issues, current events, inspiration, education, childraising, history, philosophy, spirituality, personal growth, and self-awareness. Visit him at http://yonasongoldson.com.
Fri, 1 January 2016
SS 90 - O'Reilly Factor & Hannity on Fox News, Making the Case, How to Be Your Own Best Advocate with Kimberly Guilfoyle
Kimberly Guilfoyle joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in January 2006 as the host of the one-hour crime-based program, “The Lineup,” which covers major breaking news including politics and entertainment with an emphasis on legal affairs. She currently co-hosts The Five, a one hour talk/debate show that airs at 5 PM EST on FNC. Guilfoyle serves as a legal analyst for the channel, appearing regularly on O’Reilly, Hannity, and other shows. She is also a host for FoxNews.com Live.
Prior to her broadcasting career, Kimberly served as an assistant district attorney at the San Francisco and Los Angeles District Attorney’s Offices. As managing attorney of the trial division in San Francisco, she was co-prosecutor in the case “People v. Noel and Knoller,” a second-degree murder trial involving a dog mauling, which received national and international attention and was chronicled on NBC’s “Dateline,” A&E’s “American Justice,” and, most recently, on Animal Planet’s “Animal Witness.” Guilfoyle also received an award for being “Outstanding Woman of the Year” from the City of San Francisco. During her legal career, Guilfoyle spent four years as a deputy district attorney in Los Angeles where she received several awards, including “Prosecutor of the Month.”
In 2005, Guilfoyle was named USO Entertainer of the Year. New York City has also awarded her with a “Special Civil Rights Award” in 2004. Guilfoyle is a magna cum laude graduate of University of California, Davis and attended the University of San Francisco School of Law and Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, where she studied and was published for her research in international children’s rights and European Economic Community law. Guilfoyle presently serves as an active board member of The Gastro Esophageal Cancer Foundation and on the advisory panel for the American Bar Association.
Fri, 25 December 2015
Born into a godly and loving home, Dr. Pete grew up in church and gave his life to Christ at a young age. But while he loved the Lord and deeply desired to serve Him, throughout his formative years he realized that something important was missing from his relationship with Christ. “I did all the things that Christians do to cultivate intimacy with God,” he recalls. “I prayed and read my Bible regularly, I was involved in my church, and to the best of my ability I shared my faith with others. But there was still a void in my closeness to God that I couldn’t quite put my finger on.”
Sat, 19 December 2015
The Reverend Michael Dowd is an evolutionary theologian, bestselling author, and evangelist for Big History and an honorable relationship to the future. His 2009 book, Thank God for Evolution, was endorsed by 6 Nobel Prize-winning scientists, noted skeptics, and by religious leaders across the spectrum. His work has been featured in The NY Times, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek, Discover, Wired, Skeptic, and on CBC, CNN, ABC News, and Fox News.
Sun, 13 December 2015
De’Andre Salter is a dynamic visionary who possesses an insightful awareness of what people need to be empowered for spiritual and natural success. As Senior Pastor of The Tabernacle Church in South Plainfield, NJ, and the CEO of Professional Risk Solutions and other business ventures, he models how believers can use all of their abilities to prosper and expand the Kingdom of God. Under his leadership, The Tabernacle Church has grown very quickly. At the same time, his business has become one of the largest specialty insurance brokerages in the country, claiming some of the country’s most influential personalities and firms as clients. It is this duality, that has allowed Pastor D, as he is affectionately known at The Tabernacle Church, to serve faithfully in ministry without a salary.
Sat, 5 December 2015
Jeff Barnes is a US Navy Veteran, and former Risk Manager for a Fortune 100 company. Jeff is currently the CEO of Self Directed Company, a financial and retirement education and consulting firm. His mission is to create a generation of financially independent individuals empowered to live a purpose-fulfilled life. He is an author, speaker, coach, and consultant.
Fri, 27 November 2015
Tren Griffin is a Senior Director at Microsoft, doing strategy, competitive analysis and business development, with a focus on software platforms and business models. He creates and helps execute "go to market" plans, working closely with the engineering and marketing teams. Before that, he was a partner at Eagle River, a private equity firm controlled by Craig McCaw with investments in software, communications and other technology industries including Nextel, Nextel Partners and many start-up firms. During some of this time served as an officer of portfolio companies XO Communications (VP Strategy) and Teledesic (VP Business Development).
Fri, 20 November 2015
SS 84 - The August Forecast - Technocracy Rising, The Trojan Horse Of Global Transformation with Patrick M Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy.
Sat, 14 November 2015
Tyron Barrington is author of "The Lord is My Agent...And, He ONLY Takes 10%" and is a former top model agent who has worked with some of the world’s leading stars in fashion and entertainment, including MATTHEW FOX of ABC TV series “LOST”, TYSON BECKFORD, KIMORA LEE SIMMONS, CARRIE OTIS, NICOLE MURPHY, ASHLEY GREENE, LAUREN CONRAD, DJ TONY (Ellen De Generes show), and has been featured on news programs such as ABC “NIGHTLINE”.
Wed, 1 July 2015
Dennis Miller is the author of Retirement Reboot and talks to Jason on his research on retirees and investing. Dennis surveyed Casey Research readers about what they thought the real inflation number was and over 3,000 people responded to the survey. Jason and Dennis both agree that there's no such thing as 'sit it and forget it' investments and you must become an active money manager in order to survive the coming years.
[1:40] Many people are approaching their golden years with not enough capital.
[4:45] Jason introduces Dennis Miller.
[7:30] Dennis used to be a passive saver, now he is an active money manager.
[9:35] People who have done the right thing all of their life are getting burned.
[10:45] Dennis surveyed his subscribers and asked what was the 'true' inflation number.
[12:00] What can people do?
[15:15] Investing in metals is a defensive strategy, not an offensive strategy.
[22:35] Gold will hold its value.
[25:45] There is no such thing as a 'set it and forget it' investment.
[33:00] Baby Boomers aren't in debt, they've been savers most of their lives and will eventually get hurt in an inflationary environment.
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Wed, 24 June 2015
Dr. Jerome Corsi is a Senior Staff Reporter for World Net Daily where he works as an investigative reporter. Jerome is also a New York Times bestseller of the book entitled Unfit for Command. Jason and Jerome have a quick conversation about the national debt and how Obama plans to pay for it by using citizen's 401k and IRAs. Jason then interviews Phil from Dallas and answers some of his real estate investment questions.
[4:30] What are Jerome's thoughts on the potential power grab of our 401ks?
[7:00] How would the government be able to take people's 401ks?
[10:05] How can people protect themselves from this? Be sure to diversify.
[10:45] Jason introduces Phil to the show.
[15:40] Jason shares his personal story on how he got into real estate investing.
[22:30] It's so easy to start a business these days. Jason recommends two books to read.
[27:10] Spend your money as much as possible on things that create wealth.
[28:40] It takes roughly $20,000 or so to buy your first property.
[33:45] Phil and Jason talk about Bitcoin.
Mentioned In This Episode:
The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau
The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
Wed, 17 June 2015
Dr. Pete Sulack is the founder and majority owner of one of the largest clinics in North America, Exodus Chiropractic International. His office has seen more than 1,000,000 patient visits over the last 13 years. Pete is also an UN ambassador and the author of The Joseph Blessing: Change the World with Your God-Given Dream. Pete talks to Jason on embracing your weaknesses, having faith in God, and overcoming anxiety.
[1:55] Pete is an ambassador for the UN and explains what he does for them.
[4:10] You can say that part of the Bible is an excellent finance guide.
[5:50] Pete explains what he means by fighting spiritual battles with earthly armor.
[7:50] You will have more freedom when you embrace what you're weak at.
[8:55] Shouldn't we have a certain level of confidence and ego? Why is that bad?
[12:30] Embrace your weaknesses and you'll find people who are strong where you are weak.
[14:30] Pete sees a lot of worry and anxiety in his patients. Have faith in God and he'll give you a sound mind.
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Wed, 10 June 2015
After James Altucher lost millions in the stock market, he decided to learn everything he could about trading and the Wall Street industry. He became a professional trader and then left the business for good after he realized it was 'all a big scam'. James shares some of his personal stories as a fund manager, what he does for investing today, and much more on today's episode.
[4:35] James shares a bit of his life story.
[6:35] Wall Street is a scam and only three types of people really make money on Wall Street.
[9:45] James invests in micro caps in the stock market.
[12:23] Why do people still bother investing in Wall Street? James shares some of his personal stories.
[16:20] Jason read an article about how the average hedge fund investor doesn't make any money.
[22:58] Why don't more Wall Street crooks and criminals go to jail?
[30:30] James does intensive due diligence before he invests in a company.
[35:40] James shares his thoughts about the economy and the future.
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Wed, 3 June 2015
Jason welcomes Robert Greene to the show to talk on the subject of mastery and how to obtain it. Robert Greene is the author of the New York Times bestseller The 48 Laws of Power. He has written many books including The Art of Seduction, The 50th Law, and his latest book, Mastery. Jason and Robert discuss manipulation, seduction, and how the rapper 50 Cent is a true rag to riches story.
[4:45] What is Mastery? It's the ultimate form of power.
[7:00] Robert lays out four steps in his Mastery book. He explains what those steps are.
[10:15] There are no shorts to mastery. Discovering your life path takes time.
[12:45] Robert talks about Leonardo da Vinci and his work ethic.
[18:45] When you focus yourself outward on people's needs, you lower their defenses, and manipulate them.
[20:00] What can 50 Cent teach us about power? He's fearless.
[25:00] There are different forms to seduction. There's social, sexual, and political seduction.
[28:50] It's hard to apply The Art of War in to a business setting.
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Fri, 29 May 2015
Tom Antion talks to Jason on some of the common seminar scams out there. He talks about the mentality of a sociopath and how they do not have a conscience. The bad apples that run these seminars are more intelligent than the average person and they know the exact tactics, like increasing your credit card limit, to rob you of all your money and get you in debt.
[1:50] We need to use God's power and wisdom to protect ourselves from people trying to deceive us.
[6:10] Under the Anti-Slapp Motion, companies have to prove what the person is saying isn't true, before they can effectively sue them.
[10:30] One of the seminar scams is people signing up to what they think is an application process, but it's really a contract and then they're being charged for it.
[15:30] Seminar people test the susceptibility of the crowd and see who they can bring to 'the next level'.
[23:35] Do your due diligence on the internet and see someone's track record first.
[29:40] $40 million dollars disappeared from a charity and that's only from just one charity.
[33:50] Tom talks about this three prong attack approach to internet marketing.
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Wed, 20 May 2015
Scott Shellady is the Senior Vice President of Derivatives for the Trean Group. Scott explains to the audience what a derivative is and why it can benefit you in today's market. He also talks to Jason on his SWAGER acronym, the retirement funds of both Baby Boomers and Gen Xers, the one precenters investing in the stock market, and much more on today's episode.
[2:15] When you teach a tenant to be an owner, it will ease your burden of managing them.
[4:50] What is a derivative?
[11:05] What is the acronym SWAGER?
[14:15] What's happening in the art market right now?
[23:20] What should Baby Boomers and Gen Xers do with their money?
[28:20] We don't want to ignore the inflation problem. People should prepare for inflation.
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Fri, 26 December 2014
Rep Ploshay is an experienced business man who uses the teachings of God as his guide. He sits down with Luke to talk about how he started to incorporate his faith into his business, tithing to the church, and supporting companies that openly participate in a biblical lifestyle.
2:15 – Rep knew at an early age that he wanted to have his own business.
6:05 – Rep and his wife attended church one day and felt inspired to work on the nursing home business full time.
7:50 – There's always going to be good and bad times, but the bad times aren't going to be as bad when you have faith in the Lord.
12:40 – It took Rep a little while to tithe 10% to the church, but life has been so much better since he did.
16:45 – Rep believes corporations should remain neutral, but if they're actively and openly supporting a lifestyle that is not biblical, then he will not purchase from that company.
17:45 – Galatians 2:20 is the verse Rep reads in his time of need and he explains how this verse helps him keep going.
19:25 – Rep talks a little bit about investments.
Thu, 9 October 2014
Jason Hartman welcomes author, John Horvat to today’s Solomon Success Show, where they discuss the state of our economy and the fundamental elements needed to fix it. They also talk about intrinsic human failures and their impact on the economy as well as what the Bible says about immigration issues.
03.10 – The economy can’t just be stimulated, regulated or legislated into order. Instead it requires the basic institutions of family, faith and community.
05.30 – We’re currently in a cruise-ship economy, but when the party stops, people are going to start looking for answers.
07.00 – Arguably, the principal reason for the current economic imbalance is due to our desire to have things immediately, coupled with our inability to see past the short-term gain.
13.00 – The Bible says that immigration can be healthy, but it takes time for a people to learn what the country is all about and in order for them to make decisions.
15.35 – With household debt at $13 trillion and government debt at $17 trillion, consumer debt is a huge problem.
17.20 – A conference in July spurred reports that our economy could now be as volatile as it was in the mortgage crisis of 2008.
19.15 – Head to www.ReturntoOrder.org to find out more, read a free chapter of the book and follow John Horvat’s blog.
20.00 – St Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologica and the Bible would be some classic but intrinsic resources for those interested in these issues.