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Jason Hartman introduces Ryan Houck to the show to talk about generation Y. Ryan Houck is the founder of Free Market America as well as the author of Will America Fail?. He shares some very interesting insights into the world of environment regulation and then Jason and Ryan talk about some of the key characteristics our Gen Y population has and why it makes them so unique compared to everybody else. 

 

Key Takeaways:

1:30 – Ryan talks a little bit about Free Market America and their mission. 

8:00 – A lot of sketchy things are happening between the EPA and environmental groups. 

16:40 – The oldest millennials are around 34 years old right now. 

21:55 – GOP needs to give up on the social issues and strictly focus on running the country. 

27:15 – Millennial parents provided a 'you can do anything' attitude and that's one of the reason why millennials are unique. 

29:30 – The mentality of the 80s was to make a lot of money, quit the rat race, buy a boat. 

32:05 – The US is unique because the country constantly tries to reinvent itself. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

Will America Fail? By Ryan Houck

FreeMarketAmerica.org

@FreeMarket_US

Direct download: YW209320Ryan20Houck.mp3
Category:Young Wealth Show -- posted at: 6:10pm EST

Jason Hartman invites Nancy Lublin to talk about her volunteer campaigns at DoSomething.org, the largest organization in the world for teens to help with social change. Nancy talks about her organization as well as Crisis Text Line, a texting hotline-equivalent for children and young adults experiencing bullying, depression, and more. Nancy shares some surprising facts about what today's teens are going through, how Crisis Text Line works, and how Do Something originally got started. 

 

Key Takeaways:

2:00 – Nancy explains a little bit about how Do Something works. 

8:20 – Only about 2% of text messages that come into Crisis Text Line is about bullying. 

10:45 – Mental health and homeless/poverty campaigns are two of the most popular campaigns on DoSomething.org

13:20 – Do Something was originally founded by the actor Andrew Shue

15:40 – Do Something focuses on trying to take adults (anyone over 26) out of the equation, so that young teens can feel like they're creating a direct change in the world. 

17:20 – Nancy explains how you join a Do Something campaign.  

18:45 – Life is better with friends and so is social change. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

DoSomething.org

@DoSomething

CrisisTextLine.Org

Direct download: YW209220Nancy20Lublin.mp3
Category:Young Wealth Show -- posted at: 11:46pm EST

Jason invites David Scott on the Young Wealth show to talk about his book The Longest Distance. David's book teaches others about the importance of being in the present and finding happiness within. David and Jason talk about some of the key things you can learn from the book, how it applies to everyday life, and why it's a story that almost anybody can relate to. The Longest Distance has won the Living Now Book Awards and has been highly reviewed on Amazon as a very inspiring book to reread again and again. 

 

Key Takeaways:

1:40 – What is the HEAD Foundation? 

6:05 – What's The Longest Distance about? 

10:05 – Even though the book is fiction, there are some underlining truths to the stories. 

14:45 – Does materialism really matter? 

18:00 – If you're trying to be the best person you can be, it can be achieved in a number of different ways. 

21:00 – Final thoughts? Whatever is going on in your life, make sure you're present with it. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

http://www.authordavidscott.com/

@DScottWrites

Direct download: YW209120David20Scott.mp3
Category:Young Wealth Show -- posted at: 12:42am EST

Nicole Lapin has lend a very successful news anchor career and has appeared on several news channels such as CNN Live, Bloomberg, CNBC, and much, much more. She joins Jason today on Young Wealth to talk about her latest book, Rich Bitch. In the book, Nicole provides 12 incredibly easy steps for anyone to get control over their personal finances and make better financial decisions in their life. Nicole explains to Jason's audience some of the important steps in the book that will help them succeed in securing a better financial future. 

 

Key Takeaways:

1:30 – Nicole is currently on a book tour.

4:00 – The current financial advice is about starvation, depriving you of certain luxuries. Nicole argues to invest in yourself. 

7:20 – Nicole has been called a bitch in a derogatory sense and she decided to own it. 

9:20 – In Nicole's book, she touches on housing, savings, and investing. 

11:30 – Jason explains rent to value ratios and when it's a good time to rent or purchase a home on leverage. 

15:00 – Three to nine months of savings is what you should have before you start investing. 

17:10 – Saving money is not just about math, your finances become more interesting when you link it towards your own personal goals too. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

Rich Bitch by Nicole Lapin

Direct download: YW2090.mp3
Category:Young Wealth Show -- posted at: 5:17pm EST

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