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Own It! is a weekly podcast for aspiring entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and small business owners everywhere. With years of business experience, great friends and ex-business partners Nicola Cairncross and Judith Morgan share – in their trademark straight talking, humorous way - what they’ve been up to that week; what’s inspired, impressed and infuriated them, business book recommendations, the marketing and money tips, tools and techniques they use themselves. They mix up deeply practical busi ...
 
Melissa Morgan hosts a raucous, often funny, always compelling adventure into murders and mysteries and other weirdness she finds fascinating. Looking into solved and unsolved homicide cases and looking for tips from anywhere, from anyone, on anything, Melissa's curiosity and love of detective work and forensic science is contagious. Melissa's sense of humor and interest in spirituality also make for a wild ride. A broadcasting professional by training, she has written for a nationally-syndi ...
 
Bring Out Your Best is a radio talk show where callers get complimentary coaching from internationally recognized speakers and human development experts, Drs. Bob & Judith Wright. Bob and Judith created the Wright Foundation for Transformational Leadership, having trained participants from organizations such as Microsoft, Boeing, JP Morgan Chase, and Neiman Marcus. To be a guest on the show, email George at george@wrightliving.com
 
Survive and thrive in today's economy! With over 1,100 episodes in this Monday - Friday podcast, business and investment guru Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts including; Steve Forbes (Freedom Manifesto), Tomas Sowell (Housing Boom and Bust), Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Consent), Jenny Craig (Health & Fitness CEO), Jim Cramer (Mad Money), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Todd Akin (Former US Congressman), Will ...
 
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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 672, originally published in Nicole Gelinas is the author of After the Fall:Saving Capitalism From Wall Street - and Washington. She is also a contributing editor to the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal and a columnist for the NY Post and a contributing writer to the NY Times. She shares her thoughts o…
 
In today's 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Dennis Kucinich, former Congressman and Democratic Presidential Candidate, as well as former Mayor of Cleveland. Dennis and Jason discuss how we may be able to fix political corruption, the demise of competition in today's society, what to do about companies growing too large, and more. But before t…
 
On January 15, 1988 in a semi-residential pocket in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, 25 year-old Catherine Braley – just recently relocated to Southern California from Iowa – was walking home from her job at a local specialty retail outlet when she decided to drop in to a local bar called The Hunter. There she encountered three L.A. County Sheriff…
 
Inventory has been scarce in the United States for a while now, so how much longer are we going to have to wait before we see an increase? Jason Hartman looks at the numbers and sees a long wait ahead for those who are looking for the bottom to get into the market. Then, Jason looks at the everything shortage and whether we're looking at transitory…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 652, originally published in February 2016. Why do financial institutions exist and what is their proper role in our society? Today guest John Taft shares the original purpose and mission of the financial services industry. It may seem Wall Street is unwilling to do the right thing by aligning itself wit…
 
History works in cycles. While one cycle can't define everything, when enough cycles overlap they can point directly at what's going to happen. Mark Moss joins Jason Hartman to discuss some recent cycles that are overlapping and pointing to very specific things happening that will change the way society works. Key Takeaways: [2:05] Money always goe…
 
By all accounts Cyle VanKomen was more than just a good kid. He was the kind of young man that drew others to him. Kind, friendly and generous to a fault, the 24 year-old lived with his older brother and several other young men in what was known as a “party house” in a quiet neighborhood in South Ogden Utah. Neither Cyle, his brother nor anyone els…
 
Tax sales are what Julia Spencer refers to as the "wild west of real estate". Listen in as she tells Jason Hartman why that is. Julia explains why tax sales are so appealing, some of her success stories, things to watch for in the industry, and how you can get involved. Julia and Jason also dive into the current real estate market. The two look at …
 
June 6th, 2021 is the 77th anniversary of D-Day. This year also marks the 20th anniversary of the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers. So, today we'll kick off a 3-part miniseries of our own where we cover Band of Brothers with World War II historian and author Marty Morgan. Episodes we're covering today: 1. Currahee 2. Day of Days 3. Carentan 4. Repla…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 512, originally published in May 2015. Jason invites his top investment counselor, Sara, to the show. Jason and Sara share their thoughts on the Memphis market and what potential investors might expect. Sara also lists the importance of having the right mindset when investing in a C property and Jason gi…
 
One of the most important things you can do when analyzing real estate deals is standardizing your data. Jason Hartman takes today's episode to break down the pro formas you'll find listed on his website and explain the concepts behind it. Key Takeaways: [2:02] It's crucial to get back to the fundamentals [5:09] Tomorrow, June 3, 2021, at 5pm Pacif…
 
Ten years is a long time no matter how you look at it. But for the Stephenson family of Northern Kentucky, ten years is just simply too long. Because that’s how long it’s been since their family patriarch and matriarch Bill and Peggy Stephenson were murdered – brutally – in their Florence Kentucky townhome on Memorial Day weekend in 2011. And the d…
 
After touching on a young listener's incredible journey and exploring what's happening in the import/export business with China, Jason Hartman explores Memorial Day. So many have given their lives because of their belief in our country. There's a good reason for it, and Jason dives into why it's a country worth the sacrifice they've given. From the…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 755, originally published in November 2016. Jason’s guest James Dale Davidson is the co-founder of Agora Publishing, the Founder of the National Taxpayer’s Union, co-editor of Strategic Investment for the Sovereign Society and founder of Newsmax. He is the Author of the best selling books Blood in the St…
 
The current lending requirements are squeezing a lot of potential home buyers out of the picture, causing a new version of shadow demand. And that's not the only thing creating shadow demand. Jason Hartman takes some time and delves into what is causing EXTRA pressure on housing demand and prices that could add even more fuel to the housing market.…
 
For the second time this month we feature the troubling, tragic, SAD murder of a young girl during the Christmas holiday season a long time ago. This one is incredibly tragic because it’s pretty clear who the killer is and he was never arrested. On December 26, 1980 six year-old Avery "Peaches" Shorts left her home in Knoxville, Tennessee with 58 c…
 
Today's environment is as inflationary as anything we've seen since 1996. The pressures that are being put on prices is astronomical, and it's showing itself more and more every day. Investment property rent is one of the things that we like seeing increase during this time. Then, for the 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Lisa Cron, author of …
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 421, originally published in October 2014. Investing guru, Bryan Ellis, editor of Bryan Ellis Investing Letter, joins Jason Hartman on today’s Creating Wealth Show to discuss some of the common pit-falls of investing, as well as to give some indication of the potential foreclosure rate. They consider the…
 
Just because you work for Jason Hartman doesn't mean you're automatically investing in real estate. Today's client case study is Brittney, who you've heard on the show before. This time, however, after 13 years of working for Jason, she's coming on as a client. Listen to Brittney's story about why she bought, where she bought, and the fantastic new…
 
Ten year-old Judith Barsi was a bona fide, in-demand child actor in the 1980s. Between her fifth and tenth birthdays she appeared in 72 commercials and dozens of television movies and series. And her acting abilities and professional demeanor, even at such a young age, made it clear to everyone who worked with her that young Judith was destined for…
 
We have gone from an Everything Bubble to an Everything Shortage. The problem this time around is, there's nothing our central bank can do to handle a supply shortage causing prices to rise. Jason Hartman examines the issues currently facing the housing market, and how it's going to impact it not just today, but in the months and years to come. How…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday is from Episode 389, originally published in July 2014. Jason Hartman and his mom discuss their long road trip through several markets including Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Nashville, Birmingham and Dallas. You’ll learn about the “minimalist management” philosophy in creating bulletproof rental properties that require…
 
Jason Hartman takes today's episode to explore what is goign on in our country in regards to inflation. We're being told it's fairly mild, but if you look around you'll see that we're clearly not being told the whole truth. EVERYTHING is increasing in cost. Then Investment Counselor Adam talks with one of the network's lenders about what rates are …
 
Today we'll learn about the historical accuracy of 2003's Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. Helping us separate fact from fiction is Gordon Laco, who was the Lead Technical Advisor and Historical Consultant for the movie. Want to learn more? Learn more about Gordon's work as a historical consultant to film and television at gordonlac…
 
The holiday season was in full bloom in the small North Carolina town of Benson on Thursday December 14, 1972 when 33 year old Bonnie Neighbors was planning to pick up her oldest son Ken from school, taking her three-month old baby boy Glenn along with her. A witness even saw Bonnie’s car leave her driveway that afternoon – although, strangely, she…
 
Do you know how much of the sales price of your new home is tied to regulatory burdens? Hint, it's a LOT more than you probably believe. Jason Hartman discusses why it's critical to the health of our housing market to get that under control. Especially in the environment we find ourselves in today. Then, Jason joins Jasper Ribbers on Get Paid For Y…
 
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