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Hosted by Sasha White and M. K. Fain, “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly column and podcast for young people struggling with the modern orthodoxy of gender identity ideology—developed in collaboration between Plebity and 4W by women who have been there.
 
If you ask Isaac or Julia where they’re from, make sure you have have a few hours... As ‘mixed’ Jews, they live the experience of multi-cultural, diasporic Judaism, extending as far as Jewish History does—from the Middle East, to Iberia, to Eastern Europe, to the United States, to Latin America. But Julia and Isaac’s unique perspectives go farther than their ethnicity. As young and loud Jewish activists in a changing world, these two college students aim to find their place in society. Suppo ...
 
No need for a midlife crisis – it’s time for your midlife quest! Now is the perfect time to reenvision your identity and purpose. Join life coach Vauna Davis to discover how to get past those thoughts and feelings getting in the way of the life you want. A beautiful life comes from a beautiful mind. Get your mind, body, and spirit working together to make that dream a reality. Vauna has lots of experience to share about loving life in the middle as a 50-something wife, mom of 4 grown childre ...
 
Survive and thrive in today's economy! With over 1,100 episodes in this Monday - Friday podcast, business and investment guru Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts including; Steve Forbes (Freedom Manifesto), Tomas Sowell (Housing Boom and Bust), Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Consent), Jenny Craig (Health & Fitness CEO), Jim Cramer (Mad Money), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Todd Akin (Former US Congressman), Will ...
 
“At A Crossroads with The Naked Podcaster - Baring it all Emotionally and Spiritually” is for Christians who want to develop more self-confidence, courage, and self-esteem. It's unconventional, gritty, explicit, raw, edgy, vulnerable, and is a representation of baring it all emotionally and spiritually. It’s important to be raw and vulnerable through storytelling and embrace the freedom that’s gained through sharing ourselves with the goal that our journey will help others. It is time for YO ...
 
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My guest in this episode is Amy, a fifteen year old girl who writes and speaks publicly about her experience as someone who doesn’t subscribe to gender identity ideology. We are in an era where it’s practically social suicide in her age group, particularly in the LGBT community, to disagree with ideas like “trans women are women,” or that being sam…
 
Shuly Rubin Schwartz (JTS) joins Yehuda Kurtzer to reflect on her new role as Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary and the integrative learning that happens there. Together they discuss the ideals of the institution, the challenges of leading in a polarized era, and the value of history as context for profound and long-lasting learning.…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 1081, originally published in November 2018. Jason Hartman starts this episode with a look at former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan's most recent article outlining his concerns with our current economic situation. Greenspan is concerned we're headed toward stagflation, so what would that do to the average r…
 
There's a shortage of everything going on in the world today. And even when some things are available, another part of the supply chain is clogged and we can't get the parts we need. Nowhere is this truer than the construction industry. Jason Hartman is joined by Venveo's Zach and Beth to discuss what's actually happening with the supply chain and …
 
In today’s solo episode, I’m interviewing Kimberly Love From abused child, and domestic abuse, to author and Viking Queen - working to help women heal, find healthy relationships and live the life of their dreams. - abuse as a child - domestic abuse - made the decision to leave a relationship that didn't serve me. -turned my life around - Wrote and…
 
Real estate investing has worked throughout history. It works incredibly well in the markets Jason Hartman recommends. But there's one thing that could derail it (and everything else for that matter), and it's a worldwide phenomenon. Jason explains what's going on with the population of the world, and why it's a trend worth worrying about. Key Take…
 
Purpose is integrating who you are with what you do. So the key to living a purposeful life is not just finding something you are passionate about – it’s also essential know who you are, so you understand what your role can be in that passion. Yet often in midlife women feel that they’ve lost themselves. Now is the perfect time to reenvision who yo…
 
This visualization was first shared in Episode 49. I’m republishing it here as a stand-alone meditation that you can return to whenever you need hope that everything works out for you in the future. Let's take a walk on the beach.โดย Vauna Davis
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 295, originally published in January 2013. Jason Hartman is joined by author and real estate investor, Barb Getty, as she talks about her journey into real estate investing, what it takes to be a good landlord or property manager, how to find and keep great tenants, and explains the eviction process. The…
 
The future of real estate and the future of renters looks pretty good. But that doesn't mean you can just buy and forget your investments, you still have to manage them. Jason Hartman recently did some reading on American's personal finance education and habits, and came away disillusioned. Listen in as Jason goes over some important things about p…
 
In today’s solo episode, I’m interviewing Dave Nassaney for round 2! First episode: Being A Caregiver with Dave Nassany Hi, My name is Dave Nassaney and I help caregivers to not just survive, but to THRIVE. As a caregiver since 1996, I understand the pain and frustration of caregiving. I teach caregivers who are taking care of their loved ones (due…
 
The future of housing is a constant discussion, but some of the purported solutions aren't really solutions just yet. Jason Hartman discusses 3D printed homes and container homes, and brings in a clip of a video discussing the matter. Then Jason takes a listener question about Inflation Induced Debt Destruction and rate buydowns. Key Takeaways: [5:…
 
This conversation is the first time Sasha and M.K. ever spoke. In this recording from December 2020, Sasha interviews M.K. about her experience being fired and cancelled for her feminist and gender critical views. The two also have a discussion about censorship, radical feminism versus liberal feminism, the left’s problem with class and free speech…
 
Being overwhelmed doesn’t just happen to us – we create this feeling with our own thoughts. This is good news, because it means we can also get out of this state with the power of our thoughts. In today’s coaching session with my guest client, Chris, we dive into practical ways for her to stop feeling overwhelmed by all she wants to do around the h…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 809, originally published in March 2017. During this case study, client Vernon Grant offers up a classic example of a situation you or your parents may be in right now. Vernon asks Jason for investment guidance on the two properties his parents own that are in vastly different markets. It’s all about the…
 
Elana Stein Hain (Shalom Hartman Institute) joins Yehuda Kurtzer to introduce Hartman's newest curricular offering, Foundations for a Thoughtful Judaism, a sophisticated yet accessible introduction to Jewish thought for educators and students of all backgrounds. Featured here is an episode of the companion podcast, Conversations for a Thoughtful Ju…
 
George Gammon and Jason Hartman finish their discussion about mitigating the downside risk of your real estate investments. The two detail how commodity prices impact real estate, the three types of real estate markets, and Jason's LTI ratio. Plus, it's time to register for Jason's first live event in nearly 2 years! Key Takeaways: [3:27] Join Jaso…
 
In today’s solo episode, I discuss what it’s like when people confront you about what you do and how they have an issue with it. The very negative or very positive comments and engagement are easy to determine, those who fall in the middle ground are more challenging to address. Let’s talk about it! MORE OF JENN: https: //linktr.ee/momofeighteen At…
 
As with all investments, buying real estate always comes with some form of risk. But Jason Hartman has found a way to mitigate that risk. Listen in as Jason Hartman and George Gammon go through the first part of how you can manage that risk using the Hartman Risk Evaluator, as well as why the cost of construction seems to be on a never ending climb…
 
Most of us are afraid we'll make the wrong decision. In this coaching session with my guest client, Chris, she revealed how her fear of regret is keeping her paralyzed by indecision. You'll learn 5 ways we can confidently decide on our next step instead! If you want to feel better about making decisions, this is for you. (2 of 3 episodes with Chris…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 680, originally published in May 2016. Dr. Alan Zimmerman is an internationally recognized motivational speaker for business. In addition to being a lifelong student, he is the author of The Payoff Principle: The 3 Secrets for Getting What You Want Out of Life and Work and the best-selling Pivot: How One…
 
Jason Hartman starts today's episode explaining more about the importance of history that he touched on in the last episode. Everything seems weightier in the moment, so it's important to look back. The founding fathers, in fact, seemed pretty certain at times that the USA was going to fall apart. Then, we finish the interview with Emmitt Smith fro…
 
- teacher wishing my life away - found coaching and quit teaching - less than a year later went from a 6 figure salary to broke - took a giant leap to invest in myself and my business - discovered huge blocks from childhood that were holding me back from showing up - childhood stories (dad schizophrenic; mom left; house fire; bullied- you name it I…
 
If there are emotions that you don’t like to feel and are avoiding, then you’re missing out on the healing release of those feelings. This visualization was first shared in Episode 46, and I’m republishing it here as a stand-alone meditation that you can return to whenever you need a reminder that all our feelings have value and deserve attention. …
 
In today’s episode, Christian de la Huerta is my guest. * Journey from self-doubt to self-confidence * From crippling insecurity to personal empowerment * From sabotaging my GPS in high school to avoid being valedictorian to internationally sought-after teacher and TEDx speaker * Award-winning author of Awakening the Soul of Power, described by mus…
 
The government is making changes to home owners that could very well be a boon to investors. How does a 40 year loan sound? Well, that may be on the horizon for us! Jason examines the implications this could have, and then brings the first part of NFL Hall of Famer and Dallas Cowboy legend Emmitt Smith's keynote presentation at his mastermind from …
 
We all have some home project that we aren’t getting done! You’ll relate to this coaching session with my guest client, Chris. She’s wanted to organize and decorate her house for years, but she’s been stuck not making the progress she’d like. As we talk about why that might be, it becomes clear that emotional obstacles are keeping her from getting …
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 707, originally published in August 2016. Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo is a Professor of Economics at Loyola University Maryland Sellinger School of Business, a Senior Fellow at Mises Institute, a columnist for Lew Rockwell and author of the new book, The Problem with Socialism. He joins Jason to discuss the pro…
 
Shaul Magid (Dartmouth College) and Pamela Nadell (American University) join Yehuda Kurtzer to take a broad view of the academic field of Jewish Studies: its origins, its uneasy relationship with the community and philanthropy that enable it, and its problematics.โดย Shalom Hartman Institute
 
Jason Hartman goes more in-depth into one of the principles he discussed in Monday's episode where he talked about why taxes can't be the solution to the monetary situation the United States finds itself in. It's simple math. Then Jason discusses the "Smartest Man in Silicon Valley" and how he was able to utilize a Roth IRA to incredible results. F…
 
Some reports are expecting real estate appreciation of nearly 15% in the next year. That's a good return on investment, but that doesn't even include leverage. Leverage can make it astronomical. Then, Jason Hartman plays the first part of his most recent presentation to a mastermind group from this past weekend. In it Jason discusses our current in…
 
This episode we make a special announcement and look back over some of our favorite past episodes of Identity Crisis. --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people struggling with the modern orthodoxy of gender identity ideology—developed in collaboration between Plebity and 4W by Sasha White and M. K. Fain. Each week, we will answer …
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 353, originally published in December 2013. John McAfee is in the news, as he is trying to create an NSA-proof gadget used for private internet browsing, called "Decentral." McAfee, original creator of McAfee Antivirus software was born in the United Kingdom and raised in Salem, Virginia, United States. …
 
Home prices around the country have been skyrocketing, as everyone knows. That has given everyone equity they could never have expected, and made investors returns they could never have dreamed of. Then, Jason went on Casey Weade's Retire with Purpose YouTube channel back at the beginning of the pandemic to discuss what's happening in the real esta…
 
In this episode, we discuss the recent Billie Eilish music video in which the pop-star adopted a newly sexual persona. We talk about the commercialization of women's bodies and the pointlessness of movements like Slut Walk and the push for sexual "empowerment" AKA self-objectification. --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people str…
 
Eitan Hersh (Tufts University) recently published two sociological papers on antisemitism and sentiment about Israel in America's young adults. He joins Yehuda Kurtzer to discuss what the data says, the pitfalls of analyzing communal problems with anecdotal evidence, and the way individuals can actually effect political change. Referenced in this e…
 
Jason Hartman takes a look at what's going on with inflation today, and it isn't a pretty look. We're seeing inflation numbers that haven't been seen in nearly 30 years. What will happen next? Then Jason examines why it's so important to keep local political climates in mind when you're buying investment properties, as well as fluctuating commodity…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 672, originally published in Nicole Gelinas is the author of After the Fall:Saving Capitalism From Wall Street - and Washington. She is also a contributing editor to the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal and a columnist for the NY Post and a contributing writer to the NY Times. She shares her thoughts o…
 
In today's 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Dennis Kucinich, former Congressman and Democratic Presidential Candidate, as well as former Mayor of Cleveland. Dennis and Jason discuss how we may be able to fix political corruption, the demise of competition in today's society, what to do about companies growing too large, and more. But before t…
 
ABOUT JEFF: 1. Went through a divorce 2. Struggled for a few years 3. Personal development journey 4. Had an epiphany 5. Used my own advice - The Fifth Power Formula 6. Went on 43 dates in 120 days to find my soul mate no dating app 7. Married 15 yrs and 4 kids 8 Helping others follow a better way than the divorce rate. Ideal Client is usually a su…
 
In this episode, we attempt to chronicle what we consider the decline of the ACLU. We begin with a game where we take a drink every time Chase Strangio tells a lie in this interview on Democracy Now (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzxEH...). Then we discuss this recent New York Times article: "Once a Bastion of Free Speech, the A.C.L.U. Faces an I…
 
In this episode Pam and Trasonia finish off season one with a conversation about some of the ways we police ourselves, and how to maybe not do that so much. Thank you to everyone who listened to our podcast over this last year. It was a hell of a year but we are so glad that we started this podcast and even happier knowing it resonated with so many…
 
Inventory has been scarce in the United States for a while now, so how much longer are we going to have to wait before we see an increase? Jason Hartman looks at the numbers and sees a long wait ahead for those who are looking for the bottom to get into the market. Then, Jason looks at the everything shortage and whether we're looking at transitory…
 
Yehuda Kurtzer and David Koffman (York University) chart out the unique questions that face Canadian Jews as citizens of a binational, bilingual, self-described settler state, and the way those questions inform their communal Zionism, continuity, and scholarship.โดย Shalom Hartman Institute
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 652, originally published in February 2016. Why do financial institutions exist and what is their proper role in our society? Today guest John Taft shares the original purpose and mission of the financial services industry. It may seem Wall Street is unwilling to do the right thing by aligning itself wit…
 
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