One of my favorite episodes I have done on the show was with Dr. Ron Paul. Dr. Paul is a former Congressman, Dr Ron Paul has been a champion of liberty, helping people to start questioning the role of government, how a free society function, the imperialistic foreign military adventures over the last two decades, and what money is and what it should be by exposing the true nature of the Federal Reserve.
Some of my personal favourite moments in any politics have been watching Congressman Ron Paul grilling the Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke and other banking cronies on Capitol Hill after the financial crisis.
Ron Paul, the New York Post once wrote, is a politician who “cannot be bought by special interests.” “There are few people in public life who, through thick and thin, rain or shine, stick to their principles,” added a congressional colleague. “Ron Paul is one of those few.”
This episode is one that will be valuable for old and new listeners, Dr. Ron Paul is a life long student of money, economics and more specific the Austrian School of Economics and he provides extremely valuable insights in our discussion.
656: Bakkies Laubscher: In Pursuit Of Excellence
In this episode, I interview my father, the REAl ninja, 9th Dan, Sensei Bakkies Laubscher. Sensei Bakkies Laubscher shares his journey of pursuing excellence daily in his craft in the martial art of traditional karate. Interview Links: Traditional School Of Karate Resources: Create A Strategy Become The Bank Join Our Community
655: Tamar Hermes: Wealth Warrior Woman
My guest in this episode is Tamar Hermes. Tamar is a full-time Real Estate Investor, educator, and money coach. She is the CEO of Wealth Warrior Woman, where she guides women to become financially free through Real Estate Investing and creating an empowering relationship to money. Tamar grew up poor as the child of a…
654: Tom Wallace: How To Invest Like An Venture Capitalist & Angel Investor
My guest in this episode is Tom Wallace. Tom is a Founder, Investor, Start-up Expert, and Podcast Host. Tom is a 40 year veteran of technology startups, both as a founder and an investor. Through the years, he has learned how rewarding investing in early-stage technology companies can be…and how challenging. Tom is passionate about sharing his expertise…