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Surviving the Flu

Surviving the Flu

We can all probably agree that contracting a seasonal case of the flu is a bad thing. Sniffles, sneezes, aches, pains, fever, and the forceful ejection of strangely colored substances from the body are just a few of the things flu-sufferers do NOT look forward to. While it’s up to each individual to...

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Duane Elgin

HS 124 – Scripting for Humanity with Duane Elgin

Humanity faces many challenges, such as climate disruptions, species extinction, shortage of cheap oil, overpopulation, limited resources – a list that could go on and on. But Jason Hartman’s guest on this episode, internationally recognized author Duane Elgin says the biggest concern is how urgent...

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Survive the Credit Reporting Wars

Survive the Credit Reporting Wars

Here"s the official word from the FTC: The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) requires each of the nationwide consumer reporting companies — Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion — to provide you with a free copy of your credit report, at your request, once every 12 months. The FCRA promotes the accuracy...

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Michael Cosgrove

HS 123 – Imperfect Passage with Michael Cosgrove

It’s a fact – many people suffer a mid-life crisis between the ages of 40 and 60. It is a transition period during which one realizes their life may be half over and they reflect on their accomplishments in life, their regrets, and what they would still like to do. Jason Hartman interviews author,...

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Obama: Coming for Our Guns or Shooting for a Legacy?

Obama: Coming for Our Guns or Shooting for a Legacy?

Like a good liberal should, President Obama sprang into action in the aftermath of the recent shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut. He attended services, gave speeches decrying the easy availability of guns in America, and even appointed Vice-President “Crazy Uncle Joe” Biden to head up...

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Greg Hartley

HS 122 – How to Spot a Liar with Greg Hartley

Think about the times you have lied about something.  Were they little white lies to save face or to protect someone? Was there a big lie that led to another lie or that, once learned, hurt someone deeply or caused a serious trust issue?  On this episode, Jason Hartman interviews expert interrogator,...

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David Soucie

HS 121 – Why Planes Crash with David Soucie

Airplane safety has improved significantly, but there are improvements that can still be made to remove the fear that many people feel when boarding a plane. Author Dave Soucie joins Jason Hartman on this episode to talk about advances in safety and what still needs to be done. The biggest concern today...

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Alexander Green

HS 120 – The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio with Alexander Green

Jason Hartman interviews Alexander Green, author of the book, The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, among others, regarding Alexander’s philosophy, which is that you can successfully manage your own money and investments and only rebalance it once a year. He stresses that the importance is following the right...

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The Fiscal Cliff was Just the Beginning - Say Hello to the Debt Ceiling

The Fiscal Cliff was Just the Beginning – Say Hello to the Debt Ceiling

With our Washington DC politicians, it’s always something. They managed to scrape together a deal that prevented America from plunging over the “fiscal cliff,” whatever that was, just in time to stare a February debt ceiling debate right in the face. Haven’t we been here before? Yep, and it’s...

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Nicky VanValkenburgh

HS 119 – Train Your Brain, Transform Your Life with Nicky VanValkenburgh

Jason Hartman feels our society is terribly overdosed on medications these days, so this topic is very important. He interviews Nicky VanValkenburgh about her book, Train Your Brain, Transform Your Life: Conquer Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in 60 Days, Without Ritalin. Nicky describes how...

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