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Best Ty Whitman podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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In today's episode, we jump back into the coronavirus discussion. I'll give an update on two protests which I have attended, and talk about how one of them was totally misrepresented by both sides of the debate. We will discuss a ton of things not getting much attention, that really make you question the narrative being pushed by the mainstream med…
 
On October 18, 2019, several high up officials got together for an exercise that simulated a coronavirus pandemic, which was spreading around the world with a possibility of killing 100-200 million people. Two and a half months later, the real virus erupted in China. Today we will take a deep dive into what was covered, as well as take a look at th…
 
We are living in times that are full of fear and anxiety for many right now. While we are focusing so intently on the enemy in front of us, there just may be the world's biggest heist going on right behind our backs. Maybe we need to take our eyes off the enemy in front for a moment, and turn around before the bigger threat whacks us in the back of…
 
This episode concludes our cross country adventure. Sarah and I travel from San Antonio to New Orleans where we spend some time exploring the French Quarter and taking a steamboat down the Mississippi River. We then continue on and complete our journey, ending at Clearwater Beach, Florida. Also included: Houston sucks, REALLY long bridges, don't sw…
 
The title pretty much says it all. Also discussed, a true divine intervention that may have saved our lives, a torrential downpour in Albuquerque, aliens in Roswell, the UFO Museum, a 750 foot elevator into an amazing, underground world, I can drive 85, spirits of the Alamo, wait staff that are forced to wear ratings on their aprons, and the incred…
 
In Part Two of our cross-country adventure, Sarah and I travel along Route 66, into The Grand Canyon and onward towards Roswell, New Mexico. Also discussed, the man who should have bought a lottery ticket, how I got lost and couldn't find the Grand Canyon even though I was only steps away, elusive deer, men who hate Chipotle, men who hate the Grand…
 
A couple weeks ago my daughter and I set out to explore different places in Florida to see if it was a place she might want to live. We walked on heavenly beaches in Clearwater, failed a Forest Gump quiz miserably in Daytona, drove through some neighborhoods that were awesome, and some that were not. We had a surprise meetup in Orlando, went on an …
 
Island Update with J.R. In April of 2018, Kauai was battered with torrential rains that caused a ton of damage and closed the road to the north shore past Hanalei. Last month that road was re-opened to the general public for the first time, but with that re-opening came some access limits to Ke’e Beach and the Kalalau Trail, for visitors. I felt it…
 
This month I'm bringing you a special episode with my friend Rob. His story is so awesome that I just had to bring it to you. I've listened to many stories of people who have gained financial independence through investment real estate and then pursued things they have always wanted to do. I've never heard of anyone leveraging their primary residen…
 
This month's show spends some time catching up on a personal level. I kind of do a "year in review" of all of our challenges and successes in 2017, and then I talk about plans for the coming year ahead. I also spend some time talking about my challenges in real estate, and looking back at the lessons I have learned with regards to successfully mana…
 
We've had a series of hurricanes blast the United States back to back, including Irma which did a ton of damage up through Florida and into Jacksonville where I own property. Being the second major near miss in two years, I was really interested in finding the answers to a couple questions: “Is the increase in hurricanes this year the result of man…
 
I've made a few small but drastic changes to my diet over the past few months which have had a huge impact on how I look and feel. I discuss those on this episode, as well as review a new documentary which many people are raving about (me, not so much) called "What the Health". Then I wrap it up by talking about the butt kicking I took in Jacksonvi…
 
Stress can totally wear you down, and sometimes it only takes a few negative things happening to start a whole avalanche of stress and negativity which seems to come crashing down upon you with an incredible weight. Being able to effectively process and deal with stress, and lift that weight off you, is so important in maintaining a happy and healt…
 
This month we tackle the problem of GMO companies, which are using Kauai as a testing ground for new products and spraying tons of very dangerous chemicals on the island. These companies are disrespecting both the people of Kauai and the land of Kauai on a massive scale. They poison them both without concern, all the while hiding smugly behind data…
 
Harriet Tubman once said "I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves." I think of that and I wonder how many of us are truly aware of the propaganda techniques used every day to persuade the general population of this country to blindly fall in line with the wishes of others. It is amazing how e…
 
Back in June I started what would end up becoming four months of intensive research into government corruption. With that knowledge fresh on my mind, it was amazing to watch the last election unfold. There were so many subjects which I had to make note of and research further, and it kept me pretty busy. We saw unprecedented exposure of the media a…
 
Tim Czarkowski and his wife Victoria, had a dream of wanting to travel the world nonstop, and so they designed a lifestyle which has allowed them to do just that. Starting with basically nothing, Tim built up an impressive real estate portfolio in about five years time, which has allowed them to earn passive income to cover all of their bills and e…
 
I've talked in past shows about my real estate investing in Jacksonville, Florida. Things have been going great on that front for about a year. Then along comes Hurricane Matthew, a massive storm with the potential for a direct hit in Jacksonville carrying category four or five winds, a massive storm surge, and the potential to completely wipe me o…
 
Three months ago I started this series by doing a podcast on voter fraud, which ended up opening a whole can of worms and sent me on a frightening journey of discovery. At the end of that first podcast, I set out to learn how candidates are chosen for office. In order to find the answer to that question I needed to follow the money, and that search…
 
That old saying, “The golden rule is that those who control the gold make the rules”, is no joke. For as long as money has been around, those who control it have had immense power. I think everyone is aware of the massive influence those with money can have over our individual politicians by funding their campaigns. The mystery lies behind the fact…
 
Today I’m going to talk about my thoughts on “voting” and why I think it is designed to placate and control us, while only giving us the illusion that we have any control. We are also going to talk about the election process and the many ways it is rigged from the start to take control away from the general population. We are going to talk about th…
 
Today we are going to talk to four incredible people who are all facing this leap together, my daughter and three of her best friends. They have formed an amazing friendship over the years and yet couldn’t come from any more different backgrounds when it comes to their schooling. We are going to talk about their thoughts on the school system, socia…
 
This episode was inspired by an email I received from a Water Sifu listener who was having a hard time with their first few days on the job. It got me thinking about the challenges we receive every day, which are all fantastic learning experiences, and how important it is to allow ourselves to step out of our comfort zones to meet them head on. In …
 
I have been going through nature withdrawals lately, and yesterday I really needed to get away, so I went for a drive to Yosemite National Park, and hiked the Mist Trail to Vernal Falls. I really felt called to do this trip, partially to re-energize my batteries and partially to challenge a fear within me. Today we are going to talk about the impor…
 
In "Social Programming", we discussed the machine that brainwashes us from birth and attempts to transform us into becoming social robots or "human resources". In this show, which is kind of like a Social Programming Part 2, I want to talk about the end result of that programming, a mind full of limiting beliefs about who we are, what we are capabl…
 
Today I am totally honored to bring you the author of the Ultimate Guidebook Series, Andrew Doughty, in a rare and completely candid interview. Andrew has created four truly amazing guidebooks, often referred to by travelers as the “Blue Bibles”, and for good reason… His series of travel guidebooks are by far the most popular on the islands, and ar…
 
In this "part two" episode of a series on earning passive income, in order to give us the freedom to fully enjoy our lives, we focus on how to earn passive income online. We compare real estate investing vs. online businesses for passive income potential. We also discuss my thoughts on the best ways to earn passive income online, different types on…
 
Anyone remotely interested in the real estate investing should find a lot of value in this show. I draw from my long time interest, as well as my experience purchasing and rehabbing seven homes over the past year for the purposes of keeping as rentals, in Jacksonville, Florida. Then we have a talk with a friend of mine, Erik Korondy, who has been k…
 
For some people, being gay can feel like a curse. Many people like this desperately want to live life as the person they were born, but fear “coming out” due to backlash and ridicule. This week we have an awesome interview with three people who are “young, gay, out, and happy” discussing what it’s like to be gay and out today.…
 
My Ten Day Escape to Hawaii Island It’s been a while, and I should start by saying that the show is still on a hiatus. However, I just came back from an incredible ten day escape to Hawaii’s Big Island and felt there was a ton of information as well as cool experiences to share. In this “special episode”, I will take you on a journey all around the…
 
The Show is Back on Hiatus After last months show, I have had many people ask me if I was still planning on moving to Kauai and still planning on doing the podcast. The answer to whether or not I still plan on moving to Kauai is a resounding “YES!”. As for the show, it will be put on hold for a while due to issues completely unrelated to anything c…
 
The Battle With GMO Companies on Kauai This episode is a deviation from the fun, vacation style of show I normally like to bring you, because we need to tackle a very serious subject. This month we tackle the problem of GMO companies, which are using Kauai as a testing ground for new products and spraying tons of very dangerous chemicals on the isl…
 
Loving Kauai’s North Shore The North Shore of Kauai could easily be labeled the most beautiful spot on Earth. Today we are going to travel there, and I will spend the entire show taking you on a personal tour through this slice of Heaven on Earth, starting at Princeville, going through Hanalei, and ending at Ke’e Beach. We are going to discuss the …
 
Christmas in Hawaii After finding out my friends Connie and Gerson Rosenbloom were planning on spending their vacation in Hawaii over the Christmas and New Years holidays, I asked them if they were up for another podcast. (You may remember them from Podcast #10, “The Journey to Secret Falls”.) They agreed, and come to us live from Kauai today. Thei…
 
Finding the Best Deals on Airfare, and the South Shore Gets Some Love I received an email a few weeks back from Seth Ettwein, a listener of the show who thinks I’ve been a little hard on the South Shore and wanted to sell me on it’s virtues. I agreed that I have been a little unfair, so I asked him if he would like to come on the show to share his …
 
David Penhallow on Pearl Harbor, the Tidal Wave of 1946, and Hurricane Iniki This month I am really excited to bring David Penhallow back to the show. David is a fifth generation Hawaiian who was born on Oahu, spent most of his life on Kauai, and has recently moved to the Big Island. His life is full of experiences and his ways of sharing them are …
 
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