Jan 30, 2017
“I could be wrong I could be right. It’s a flip of the coin.” What is done after the coin is flipped is what counts. But people want a prediction. They want someone to tell them where a stock will go next, or where the S&P will top off at. The last question you want to be asking yourself when trading is where...
Jan 27, 2017
This is Tom Asacker’s second appearance on the show. His newest work is “I Am Keats: Escape Your Mind and Free Your Self.” The title of his book spawned from a conversation he had with a friend whose 20-something year old son was still living at home. Tom told his friend “Too bad we can’t wipe his memory clean...
Jan 23, 2017
Michael uses an article from the “Financial Times” titled “A
Warning for the Losers of the Liberal Elite” by Wolfgang Münchau.
Münchau makes some valid points as well as weaving in made up
assumptions that absolutely don’t exist in reality.
Everyday is a fight. You must wake up energized, and figure...
Jan 20, 2017
John Jantsch is an author, speaker and marketing consultant. His
company is Duct Tape Marketing and he has been around 29 years
offering insights. His new book is “SEO For Growth.” John seeks out
knowledge for his own personal growth, which then spills over into
helping out clients.
One of the major ways to build...
Jan 16, 2017
Michael starts the podcast quoting from a recent blog post of Seth Godin’s called “The Candy Diet.” Most people want a Guru or someone to spoon feed them something, anything. They want to be told what will happen in the future. They are on the “candy diet” that Seth Godin speaks to. People want to be baited...