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“How I Bought My First Income Property At 11 Years Old” (Show #156)

“How I Bought My First Income Property At 11 Years Old” (Show #156)

February 5, 2020

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Our guest, Nina Kempner, is a 15-year-old freshman who lives on a ranch in eastern Texas. She enjoys basketball and horseback riding. She’s also looking forward to college in 2.5 years.

She is here today to talk about how she got into real estate investing at 11 years old and hopefully inspire all the parents and kids out there that the best time to start is now and that anyone can do it at any age. Read the rest of this entry »

Tips To Be Ready for Winter Illnesses (Show #154)

Tips To Be Ready for Winter Illnesses (Show #154)

January 15, 2020

 

  • What can I give an infant for winter cold & cough?
  • What can I give an older child for a cold?
  • What is fever phobia?
  • When do I take my child to the urgent care or emergency room?

Our guest, Terri Cangialosi, is a mom of three and is a pediatric nurse practitioner who is the owner/operator of Beach Kids Pediatrics, a house call company in the South Bay, a beach community located in Los Angeles. Read the rest of this entry »

Equity Stripping & Asset Protection to Cash-Flow & Safeguard Your Investments  (Show #152)

Equity Stripping & Asset Protection to Cash-Flow & Safeguard Your Investments (Show #152)

December 11, 2019

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  • Why are equity & cash losing scenarios?
  • How much is your retirement investment really worth?
  • How to use equity stripping as asset protection.

Our expert guest, Maurice Kempner, Esq., is a successful businessman, investor, attorney & CPA specializing in tax, business, real estate, and estate planning. In his early days, he was a K-9 Officer and a deputy sheriff for LA County. Read the rest of this entry »

Make Money Your Partner (Show #112)

Make Money Your Partner (Show #112)

February 13, 2019

 

  • Why is making money your partner so important?
  • How does belief about money affect your potential of attracting wealth?
  • What is a Financial Independence Number? 

Our expert guest, Beth Dana, is a financial planner, educator, and coach. She brings a feminine, holistic approach to the, sometimes, masculine financial environment. Read the rest of this entry »

2 Ways We Hurt Our Kids & Set Them Up for Suffering (Show #96)

2 Ways We Hurt Our Kids & Set Them Up for Suffering (Show #96)

September 19, 2018

 

  • What creates and destroys love?
  • How do we discipline in a way that doesn’t destroy love?
  • How do we destroy our child's natural healing process?

Our guest, Bill Ferguson, was a former divorce attorney and was featured on the Oprah show. Media across the country call him "The love counselor" and his approach to life has been called the “penicillin of psychology”. The producers of Oprah were so moved by his work that they featured him on one of their shows. Read the rest of this entry »

Be the Confident Boss of Your Life (Show #93)

Be the Confident Boss of Your Life (Show #93)

August 29, 2018

Our guest, Roseanney Liu, is the best selling author behind You did WHAT now?!  (2017) and How to Survive Elementary School (2017).  Badassery 101: Ten secrets to be the Confident Boss of Your Life is released August 2018, shortly followed by a collaboration book, Mastering Your Inner Game.   Read the rest of this entry »

A Practical Approach to Cyber-Parenting (Show #92)

A Practical Approach to Cyber-Parenting (Show #92)

August 22, 2018

 

  • Do you have children in your household who have a smartphone?
  • Do you want to know more about what they can access on these devices?
  • Do you want to be better at cyber-parenting?

If you answered yes to any one of these questions, then this is the show for you.

Our guest, Mandy Majors, is the author of TALK: A Practical Approach to Cyberparenting and Open Communication and is the founder and executive director of nextTalk, a nonprofit organization passionate about helping families develop open communication to keep kids safe online. Read the rest of this entry »