On this episode of the Young Wealth Show, Jason talks with President of the Foundation for Economic Education, Lawrence Reed about economic issues, briefly discussing some of the policies of Grover Cleveland that were designed for the people rather than for the government, the entrepreneurial spirit of John D. Rockefeller, regardless of what the future
Afformations, on the other hand, is asking empowering questions that make the brain search for answers. For example, asking yourself, “Why am I not rich?” changes your subconscious thinking pattern by putting it to work answering that question. Noah stresses the importance of empowering beliefs, noting that it is easier to believe “I can’t,” “I
Alan states that the Department of Education has been misleading Congress on the true default rate because they use what he calls a “cohort” default rate, a faulty metric. People hear that the default rate is only 5%, while in reality, it is above 25%. The five-year default rate is 15%! With the defaults come
Sharon made the trip to Ghana to speak with the young people about her program, “Thrive Time Challenge,” and about global economic issues and how to be responsible stewards of money. The Challenge has been launched by Sharon and her organization, Pay Your Family First, along with Choices Educational Empowerment, a non-profit group. It is
Katie discusses the importance of being properly informed and becoming involved in public policy. One subject that Jason and Katie explore is “carried interest,” how large of a role it plays in building large projects and providing employment. Katie feels that our current administration attacks the white collar industries and the wealthy, which ultimately hurts
The idea began with a childhood game of Bigger and Better. Kyle’s opinion is that anything in life is only worth what someone is willing to give for it. Things are worth different amounts to different people, and that worth may surprise you! Kyle MacDonald grew up in Belcarra, near Vancouver. He’s really into projects, usually
Renown speaker, educator, author, activist and minister, Eric Thomas is rising to national prominence by delivering a high energy message that tells youth through first hand experience how to live up to their full potential and greatness and by breaking the cycles of crime, hopelessness and despair that many face daily. Known for his engagingly
When Social Media expert Austin Walsh speaks, people listen—and with good reason. Walsh is a social media guru and has produced exceptional results for celebrities like Mark Victor Hansen, best-selling author of “Chicken Soup for the Soul”; Gary Goldstein,Producer and Director of Pretty Woman; and Stephen Pierce, Celebrity Internet Marketer, just to name a few.
Sean is a wunderkind – with the strength and determination to succeed at whatever he does. A young entrepreneur, he was raised in rural poverty and has lifted himself to wealth in the millions through his service, import, and real estate portfolios. The intensity, commitment, and preparation that Sean demonstrates provide practical starting points for
Todd’s book, Millionaire by 28: Real Estate Investing for the Young and Ambitious, recounts Todd’s rise from middle-class dreamer to multimillionaire without having extraordinary talents, privileged family members, or connections. He used only the resources he had: common sense, persistence, and a burning desire to make money. Todd Babbitt grew up in the Washington, D.C.