Fri, 28 April 2017
Jason Hartman talks with Founder, CEO, and Chairman of ThirdHome, Wade Shealy. The two discuss how people with vacation homes can loan out their vacation spot while getting access to thousands of properties in desirable areas for as little as $395 for a week. So if you're tired of going to the same spot for your vacation year after year, maybe it's time to borrow someone else's for a change.
[2:41] How ThirdHome differs from timeshare business models
[6:06] What you have to do to be eligible for membership into ThirdHome
[10:36] How ThirdHome relationships with other organizations works
[13:56] The cleaning process after guests leave your vacation home
[15:26] Relationships that have been cultivated through ThirdHomes, and some of the membership perks
Fri, 21 April 2017
Jason Hartman talks with Robert W Wood, Managing Partner of Wood LLP. Robert is a tax attorney who deals in matters both corporate and individual. He has been ranked by the US Lawyer Rankings as a Top 6 tax lawyer in the country.
Jason and Robert discuss things people do with their taxes that might open them up to prosecution, and how to avoid turning your contractors into full time employees in the eyes of the law.
[1:19] Should offshore accounts be avoided?
[3:41] You could be unknowingly breaking the tax law
[4:42] The main way IRS criminal cases come about
[7:40] What to do if the IRS criminal division comes for you
[10:05] How lawsuit settlements are seen in the eyes of the tax law
[11:56] What you need to know, tax wise, about hiring freelancers
[17:40] The dangers of having freelancers and employees doing the same jobs
Fri, 14 April 2017
Jason Hartman talks with Grant Cardone, Executive Producer of Turnaround King and host of The Cardone Zone. Grant is also the author of The 10X Rule, and he talks with Jason about how you can make your life be what you want, why he wrote his book, and why it's important to be self sufficient.
[4:30] Grant’s new venture Act Like Success is based on committing first and figure the rest out later.
[9:52] The 10X Rule is based on a concept that the goals, targets and actions people are making are low based on their potential.
[12:07] How to stay excited and make your goals 10X.
[13:57] Breaking free of middle-class thinking.
[21:17] Find power in who you know not what you know.
[25:46] You have to do whatever it takes!
Fri, 7 April 2017
Jason Hartman talks with Sandra Navidi, author of the new book Superhubs: How the Financial Elite and their Networks Rule Our World.
Sandra is a former investment banker at Scarsdale Equities, and is now the founder and CEO of BeyondGlobal. Sandra received her law degree from the University of Cologne School of Law, Germany, as well as a Master-of-Law Degree in Banking Corporate and Finance law from Fordham University School of Law, USA. Navidi’s economic perspective is described as “from micro to macro”.
[1:40] Why financial superhubs are of interest to Sandra
[5:55] The superhubs are the same as all networks, but with significant more power
[9:12] How the actions of various superhubs can impact your life
[14:03] Can an average person get access to superhubs?
[18:02] How many superhubs are out there
[21:10] Some of the biggest names in the financial world have relatively low net worths
[27:21] If we don't correct our system, it will correct itself, and it might not be pretty