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The epitome of success in the fashion and production industries, Tyron Barrington, joins Jason Hartman as the guest for today’s Solomon Success Show. He details the way faith has marked and changed his career path and also discusses the reality of what expressing your beliefs is like in an industry that focuses on the physical and the aesthetic. 

 

Key Takeaways

01.55 – Tyron Barrington explains the motivation for a life-changing move from a very successful career.

05.17 – When you get to the upper levels of the fashion industry, you’re rubbing shoulders with some very important people and brands.

07.04 – God is everywhere – our creative gifts come directly from Him.

11.16 – The fashion industry often seems to be very judgemental, but apparently not about faith.

13.20 – Whether you’ve grown up with faith or it’s relatively new, you can always learn from God.

15.50 – Rather than being ostracized, people of faith in the fashion industry are now given even more opportunity to voice their beliefs and act on them.

18.17 – For more information, head to www.TyronBarrington.com or www.BarringtonMGT.com 

 

Mentioned in this episode

The Lord is My Agent And He Only Takes 10% by Tyron Barrington

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Jason Hartman invites Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin onto today’s Solomon Success Show to discuss the various threats facing America’s current economic and social state, as well as to give his opinion on the Obama administration. Having worked in previous administrations, Boykin has a unique perspective on just what the Government is doing right and wrong, and how they can still change the fate of America.  

 

Key Takeaways

02.14 – Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin discusses the economic and foreign threats that could face America in the near future.

04.39 – We need to be as prepared as possible; the events of 9/11 showed us that. 

07.21 – Maybe the powers that be need to take a look at the state of the world and reassess their priorities?

08.44 – It’s a difficult position, but we have to look at terrorists’ motivations to try and understand.

12.28 – If someone doesn’t stop and think about the implications, the US economy will fall into ruin.

14.33 – Heading towards a more Marxist standpoint? What does that mean for society?

 

Mentioned in this episode

The Coalition: A Novel by William G. Boykin and Kamal Saleem

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:24pm EST

Our faith and our professional success are two of the most important priorities in most people’s lives today. That’s why it’s so important to find a way to reconcile them and find a way of interlinking the two. On today’s Solomon Success Show, Jason Hartman talks about Christianity and business with Santiago Rivera, who gives his opinion on how we can best represent God’s will through our own business strategies.

 

Key Takeaways

01.15 – Santiago Rivera talks about why there might be one fundamental thing missing in your business plan.

02.15 – If you use the Bible as a foundation for your life, why not also for your business?

04.25 – Prayer is such a valuable way of linking your work life with God and your religious beliefs.

06.55 – A business needs more than just a plan – it needs solid foundations and a structure.

08.45 – What exactly should you be doing to build your business along God’s ideals?

11.03 – Remember – your business is about you and God, nobody else. 

14.15 – When everything seems to be going wrong, where do you turn, regardless of what you believe in?

 

Mentioned in this episode

Doing Business God’s Way by Santiago Rivera

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In today’s Solomon Success Show, Jason Hartman speaks to Professor Ted Malloch about the influence of spiritual beliefs and moral virtues on business and corporate leadership in our modern society. 

 

Key Takeaways

01.14 – It’s no longer just about the business you conduct – it’s about how you do it, and the spiritual impact.

05.20 – There is no one-size fits all approach. All companies are different and have different core values.

07.20 – Ted Malloch gives his view on the controversy surrounding Chick-fil-A. What do you think?

10.11 – Faith and virtues are ever-present across so many levels of industry and business. 

13.09 – For more information about these issues, head to www.DoingVirtuousBusiness.com 

 

Mentioned in this episode

Doing Virtuous Business by Ted Malloch

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:02pm EST

David Porter appears on the podcast for the second time and catches up with Jason. David was on the podcast many years ago to talk about a metric he had creatively come up with that Jason dubbed the 'free lunch'. David considers himself a very conservative investor and didn't even get into debt until Jason recommended him to. He has been incredibly happy with the progress so far and shares some fantastic insight with Jason's audience today on the Solomon Success show. 

 

Key Takeaways:

4:52 – David purchased his first out-of-state home in 2009 with Jason's team. 

9:30 – David has an extensive shipping and fiance background and shares his story. 

16:15 – Both Jason and David are in the agreement that owning property is safer than owning stock. 

21:10 – Not taking advantage of the ability to borrow money for investment purposes is like stuffing money under a mattress. 

24:20 – David says there has been an increase in retail shipments this year than ever before. 

28:10 – Jason wonders whether China's economy will be able to over take the United State's economy.  

33:10 – The thing that makes the US unique compared to Grease or Italy is that we can print as much money as want. 

41:00 – Jason talks about a kick starter campaign for glowing trees and how cool it is to be alive. 

48:45 – David shares some tips as to what houses he looks for to invest. 

55:15 – David shares more specific numbers on his house appreciation over the years. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

Abundance by Peter Diamandis

Makers by Chris Anderson

Khan Academy

David Porter's first interview - http://www.jasonhartman.com/89-%E2%80%93-the-%E2%80%9Cfree-lunch%E2%80%9D-metric-what-it-tells-about-income-property-%E2%80%93-an-impromptu-discussion/

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 6:03pm EST

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. 

 

Key Takeaways:

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. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:39am EST

In today’s Solomon Success Show, Jason Hartman invites Jerry Robinson, author of Bankruptcy in Our Nation, to the show to share his views about what bankruptcy would look like. They discuss a variety of topics and consider frankly just how bleak America’s future could look. Robinson also gives his opinion on the impact of America’s international relations, as well as posing the interesting notion that we can see the path of America’s future by looking at the past of the rest of the world.

 

 

Key Takeaways

02.20 – Jerry Robinson’s Bankruptcy of Our Nation deals with facets of the economic crisis such as what happened, why it happened and what we thought would happen.

04.39 – In a number of ways, the 2014 picture we draw now looks very similar to the state of the world in 1914.

13.31 – No-one does anything for nothing. A closer look at the incentives can provide a lot of insight.

19.34 – The psychological impact of the economy is already taking an effect. People now expect prices and values to go up, and are surprised if they don’t.

25.50 – Maybe we need to reassess our definition of evil to better match today’s global situation.

29.45 – If the relationship between the US and Saudi Arabia changes, it could change the entire balance of power in the Middle East.

31.45 – Exports are always going to be vital, and we need to consider the impact if the US becomes energy-independent.

39.27 – International threats, and especially those involving cyber-attacks, must be taken seriously. Even if you’re living in a city, know the precautions you can take.

43.39 – Find out about Jerry Robinson’s Five Levels of Financial Freedom at www.FTMDaily.com/fivelevels. 

 

 

Mentioned in this episode

Bankruptcy of our Nation by Jerry Robinson

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 4:32pm EST

It's time to introduce our new host for the Solomon Success show, Luke McClure. He will be going through both the old and new testaments as well as talking about important lessons you can learn in scripture, how to make better moral decisions using the foundation of the bible, and more. Today on the Solomon Success show he shares some incredibly valuable lessons he's learned as well as asks a very important question, “Will God approve or disapprove of my decision?” 

 

Key Takeaways:

2:15 – Ask yourself, will God approve or disapprove of this decision? 

4:15 – Where your treasure is is also where your heart is. 

7:10 – You should work with companies that are inline with your morals. 

10:00 – Make responsible decisions using the bible as your foundation. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode: 

http://www.solomonsuccess.com/

http://www.site5.com/

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 5:07pm EST

Richard Tiller is a motivational leader, manager, coach, as well as an author. He has been a bible teacher for the past three decades and wrote the Tough Conversations with the Heart of Jesus book. He shares some great insights on the Solomon Success show on how you can be a better leader in your work place and he also shares some great advice on having the tough conversations no one wants to have. 

 

Key Takeaways:

3:15 – The biggest reason why we avoid tough conversations is due to fear. 

9:10 – Richard shares some great phrases you can use to make tough conversations easier. 

12:30 – It's important to tell people what they've done well, but also let them know the standards that you've set for them. 

15:20 – Don't worry about winning or losing. It's a team effort. 

18:10 – The key to success in short term relationships is gratification, but that doesn't work for long term relationships. 

20:35 – Richard talks about the biblical aspects of his book in Tough Conversations with the Heart of Jesus.  

 

Mentioned In This Episode: 

http://www.richardtiller.com/

http://www.tillerleadership.com/

http://www.toughconversation.com/

Direct download: SS_55_Richard_Tiller_Tough_Conversations.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 6:13pm EST

Robert Kiyosaki is the author of the famous book Rich Dad, Poor Dad. His book has been referenced countless of times from financial experts all over the world. Robert has appeared on shows such as Bloomberg News, CNN, Oprah, and Larry King Live. He has been on Jason's show twice and today he talks about the biggest scams in our modern society. 

 

Key Takeaways:

2:15 – The real scam is when you don't know anything about money. 

8:10 – The biggest scam is when you invest in the stock market. The brokers are the ones who are always making money. 

11:52 – What's really happening in the stock market is the CEOs are buying their own stock and drying the market up to try and dube you that the market is doing well and to invest. 

18:26 – Robert talks about his investments and his debt. 

20:25 – Being successful in school doesn't make you rich. 

24:50 – The biggest scam is the lack of financial education in the school system. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

http://www.richdad.com/

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:21am EST