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James Altucher interviews the world’s leading peak performers in every area of life. But instead of giving you the typical success story, James digs deeper to find the “Choose Yourself” story—these are the moments we relate to… when someone rises up from personal struggle to reinvent themselves. The James Altucher Show brings you into the lives of peak-performers: billionaires, best-selling authors, rappers, astronauts, athletes, comedians, actors, and the world champions in every field, all ...
 
Inspirational + actionable ... without the BS. Jason Bax gives you edu-taining & inspiring interviews with proven entrepreneurs and creators WITHOUT the obnoxious self-promotional chest thumping of other podcast hosts. WITHOUT tiresome fake enthusiasm. WITHOUT repetitious, shallow, formulaic questions and constant interruptions. An online entrepreneur himself, Bax has the background and balls to dig DEEP, getting entrepreneurs to open their kimono (wide) to reveal the secrets to their succes ...
 
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This is a fly-on-the-wall episode! I was hanging out in the yard with my wife, Robyn Altucher, and we started talking. The conversation goes so well, that I took out my phone, and started recording our conversation! In this fly-on-the-wall episode, we talked about colleges, whether is it justified to pay such high tuition fees for college, my fear …
 
Tascha, a macroeconomist and technology investor gave a great explanation of the outlook of the economy right now. She gave a bird's eye view of what caused the inflation and the "mild" recession, how long will that last, and what was her prediction for the future. On top of that, she explains web3 infrastructure to me, and breakdown how could cryp…
 
What is going on with the world in the past 3 years, especially the past few weeks? There is news about inflation, the economy, and reports of big tech companies planning to lay off their employees. With the uncertainties looming, we need something to take our minds off the news and calm our anxiety. I remember the podcast that I did with Julia Cam…
 
If you miss part one of the episode, make sure you check out the previous episode title: Jeff Lerner gave me the most practical business advice to start businesses In this part two of the episode, Jeff Lerner, an American serial entrepreneur, mentor, speaker, influencer, and pianist, and I talked about the important attributes to be successful in t…
 
Jeff Lerner, an American serial entrepreneur, mentor, speaker, influencer, and pianist, wrote an amazing business book. There are business books out there full of non-practical BS "WooWoo" advice, and this is not what happened to Jeff's book! Jeff's new book, Unlock Your Potential: The Ultimate Guide for Creating Your Dream Life in the Modern World…
 
For the past few weeks, there have been a huge amount of uncertainties, there are talks about recession, inflation, and even lay-offs! So, I think the world deserves some laughter. So I decided to do a fun episode to bring some laughter, just like what I did back in the 2009 crisis when I stood in front of the NYSE and handed chocolates out to ever…
 
There are nitty-gritty ways to improve: like focusing on tactics or endgame study… But what about big picture improvement skills? Example: are there ways to speed up the learning process? How can you sustain motivation to get better at such a hard game? For some discussion on that, I brought National Master, James Altucher, who is also a successful…
 
After sharing his origin story, how he went from being in a gang to the rising table tennis star. Wally Green, pro athlete and co-founder of Spin NY, taught me how to get into your opponent's mind, and win the mind game. He also shares that being forced into the corner during a game actually fires him up, and he also loves the feeling of beating so…
 
Not everyone has the luxury of escaping their own childhood trauma, domestic violence, and being able to get out of a gang. Wally Green, pro athlete and co-founder of Spin NY, joined me on the podcast today to tell his origin story. How much abuse he had to endure from his stepfather, how was he betrayed by his own mother, how he was sent to Africa…
 
How does one become a criminal mastermind? How does one turn into a villain? In this episode, I was joined by Evan Ratliff, an American journalist, and author, to talk about his book, The Mastermind, A True Story of Murder, Empire, and a New Kind of Crime Lord. What is fascinating about his book, and his reporting is that Paul Le Roux, is like the …
 
Aren't you tired of all the robocalls? All the phone calls that claimed to be from IRS, student loan forgiveness, and especially those about the extended car warranty? In 2021, there are 59.4 million Americans have lost money to scam callers and lost a total amount of roughly $29.8 billion! Naturally, Jay The Producer also got the scam call claimin…
 
Another episode of Wall Street Insane! This is probably one of the most stressful stories that I have told. Imagine a company just got offered 40 Million Dollars, MILLION, and the owner refused to sell it because he wanted to "grow and scale" the company. I told everyone this if someone offers you more than 100% of what your company is worth, take …
 
You have seen all the undercover cop's movies, and shows. However, do you know how is it like in real life? In this episode, Tom Hardin, codename, Tipper X, was once a junior trader in a hedge fund and was involved in insider trading. But, he got caught, and the FBI recruited him, and have him wear body wire as many as 52 times, to help them build …
 
Are you a pessimist or an optimist towards the state and the economy of the world? Do you think we are finally at the bottom, and we are slowly climbing back up? Or do you think the worst had yet to come? In this episode, I had a conversation/ mild debate with Jim Rickards, an American lawyer, economist, investment banker, speaker, media commentato…
 
Before we were supposed to tape the third episode of Wall Street Insane (if you haven't listened to the new series, make sure you go back and check it out!), Jay Yow, The Producer of The James Altucher Show, was talking about how Uber is losing money, how come are they still around, and what would happen if Uber fall? So, Dan Kelly, my business par…
 
JeVon McCormick has an unusual upbringing. Who gave him his first business advice? It was When he was nine years old, from his dad, who was a pimp! In this episode, JeVon McCormick, an American author, President, and CEO of Scribe Media told me his origin story, where he was working for his dad (a pimp), collecting money from prostitutes, did not g…
 
People always put you in a box when you have become successful in "the" one field and one genre. Sometimes, when people do try something new, that didn't usually work out for them. However, this is not what happened to Brandon Webb, a former United States Navy SEAL, SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, and author, and John David Mann, an award-winni…
 
What do people normally do when they were 12 years old? Learning, playing, and maybe surviving? Joseph Harris, a former black hat hacker and now a white hat hacker, and bug bounty hunter, at age of 12 started stealing other people's game accounts, using social engineering to trick the email providers or game companies to hand him the data that he n…
 
No matter how successful you're, or how rich you are, everyone has their own personal struggle that they are dealing with or had dealt with. Sometimes your issues and addiction get magnified when you get wealthier! In this episode, one of the PayPal Mafia, Jason Portnoy, Entrepreneur, venture capitalist, one of PayPal's first employees, and author,…
 
Like Omid Malekan, the author of The Story of the Blockchain, A Beginner's Guide to the Technology That Nobody Understands has said, money is primarily a trust-building mechanism. In this episode, after teasing so long, finally, Omid Malekan, comes on to talk about his new book, Re-architecting Trust, The Curse of History and The Crypto Cure for Mo…
 
There are a couple of things that I have been religiously writing about since 2005, and college is one of them! I have been getting hate and lost friends over this topic, and the articles that I wrote about college! So, In this episode of I Was Wrong, I sat down with Robyn and Jay (The Engineer) to talk about was I wrong about colleges? Has my view…
 
Have you ever thought about why Galileo Galilei, an Italian astronomer, physicist, and engineer willing risks his life to speak out about science against the will of the church at that time? How was science back then? So, our dear pod friend, Dr. Brian Keating, an American physicist, podcaster, and author, came on to talk about his project of makin…
 
Everyone on Twitter twitted at me and said, you have to have this guy on the podcast, you will love it! They kept tweet at me, and finally, I said yes! And I am curious, who is this "The Fury"? And how did he build such a loyal audience that would help him get what he wanted! So, I have The Fury on and yes! It was a fun conversation! In this episod…
 
Is America facing another crisis on top of inflation, and gas prices? Will America gets divided into two based on political belief? Will Asia or China eventually takes over in terms of political advantage? Is the rise of social media dangerous and dividing the country? In this episode, Ian Bremmer, an American political scientist and author with a …
 
Despite what is happening in the crypto world now, can we still trust Bitcoin? Last time, in Episode 830, we talked about why Bitcoin was invented, and how can it be used? In this episode, Omid Malekan, the author of The Story of the Blockchain, A Beginner's Guide to the Technology That Nobody Understands comes on again to talk about the trust in B…
 
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