New Year, New Goals, Same proven asset class! Jason Hartman invites you to celebrate with him another fantastic year of prosperity for all real estate investors practicing some of Hartman’s proven investment techniques. Following the celebration, we must look for the “what next” plan or goal. How do you build your goals? Do you write them down? Do you create realistically achievable goals?
[1:30] Let’s celebrate our prosperous year of 2020 and look forward to another great one to follow.
[5:00] The Hartman Stimulus Payment CONTEST
[8:45] Be a self-sufficient person.
[10:00] 80% of Americans do not have goals, and even fewer have written them down.
[10:40 New Years’ Resolutions are so cliche.
[12:15] A goal should be just out of reach but not out of sight.
[15:20] The Winner of the 5-Year Plan Video Contest
[15:40] Winner, Michelle, laid out how she and her family intend to achieve their income property goals.
[21:20] It’s the kind of person we become just by trying.
[22:00] SMART Goals
[23:00] Smartsheet from monday.com
[26:50] Balance out your portfolio.
Jason Hartman discusses the 12 days of Christmas with one caveat: inflation adjustments! First, let us all rediscover the true meaning of Inflation. This year, Inflation for the 12 days of Christmas has some peculiar changes, thanks largely to social distancing. Will we get a second stimulus? If so, how much will it be? Does your investment produce income? If not - it’s probably not an investment.
Contest TWO Winners: $500 Make a video: Tell us about your real estate and investing goals, health, fitness, etc.
[1:20] Inflation, one of the economic maladies.
[3:10] What’s the average US home price, not the median home price?
[5:30] What will happen with this second pandemic stimulus?
[9:40] Inflation, Inflation, Inflation!
[10:00] What’s the difference between Real and Nominal, Price, and Value?
[16:20] For 37 years, PNC has been indexing the 12 days of Christmas.
[20:00] The Inflation starting with a partridge in a pear tree.
[25:25] Five golden rings or six geese a-laying?
[31:50] No inflation on nine ladies dancing; it’s not even available.
[33:00] Are we all going to end up being germaphobes?
[38:00] Some Q&A from live viewers.
[39:00] What’s double arbitrage?
[40:30] If it doesn’t produce income, can it be called an investment?
Have we been breathing the wrong way all along? Jason Hartman talks with the author of The Oxygen Advantage, Patrick McKeown. Patrick shares insight about breathing techniques and exercises that range from thousands of years back to modern-day studies. Proper breathing can help with focus, stress, and many, many other long and short term benefits. Find out why LSD, breath light, slow and deep, can change your life for the better.
[1:00] Why is it essential that we pay attention to our breathing?
[3:55] The more air we breathe through our lungs, the less oxygen is delivered throughout the body.
[7:45] How many times have we been told, “if you’re stressed - take a deep breath.”
[9:10] Don’t over-breathe.
[13:00] What are the effects of slowing down our breathing rate to 4.5-6.5 breaths per minute, and how will that benefit us?
[14:15] Breath light, slow and deep. LSD
[17:10] Breathing is subtle and should never be hard.
[20:20] Can you imagine achieving 100% of your work rate intensity with 22% less ventilation?
[24:30] What does tongue posture matter?
Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Steven Hotze, author of Hormones, Health, and Happiness. Hotze founded Hotze Health & Wellness Center with the mission to help patients achieve excellent health without drugs. Hotze and Hartman discuss the mainstream media and how it misinforms viewers to shape their views and forward the media’s agenda. Hotze also shares his opinion on economic motivations dealing with the Coronavirus.
[1:40] Dr. Hotze explains his contrarian view about the mainstream media.
[7:00] Coronavirus, the numbers explained, and differences country to country.
[12:15] On the economic side, what’s behind the motivation?
[13:45] “You’re in charge of your health, and I’m in charge of mine.”
[16:00] Healthy guidelines, ABCD and Z
Founder and Chief Solver of Genic AI, a startup focused on Anti-ageing, finding Therapeutic cures for Pathogenic and Tumorigenic targets, most recently for RNA Viruses, developing novel IP through sequence analysis, host interactions analysis, Molecular Dynamics Simulations, Docking studies, Testing Data analysis from Assays, in-vitro, in-vivo and Clinical Settings. Innovator and serial entrepreneur with track record in creating new benchmarks in innovation and establishing value (initiating, negotiating and signing) $$ multi million commercialization contracts globally including setting up operations across 4 continents and distribution across 140 countries. Sanjiv has also developed various products and solved critical challenges in his recognised role in pioneering the field of AI(Artificial Intelligence) with his Convergence AI contributions for over 15 years, as chief architect of AceWP standard, AceWP innovation labs, Hyperspace-Inverted Ideas Lab, innovate2Learn, Rhizome Schools, smartSAPS, BioTab, coolATM, ChazeMe, D5 Convergence Chip and Convergence Protocols, Rosenbridges future cities and CHANDRA project at NASA towards setting up the first human inhabitancy infrastructure in space(on the moon). He owns several intellectual properties. He is recognized as Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, Whoswho in the World(Marquis), in America, in Science and Technology, in Business, Top 100 Disruptive Innovators by Red Herring, Top 10 Asian Techno Visionaries by ZDNet and Top 10 emerging star entrepreneurs by NASSCOM amongst others. He has been frequently invited as a speaker on Innovation across the globe and has chaired several international committees, mostly on Computing. He is a voracious learner, manages to speak about 14 languages and takes active interest in learning about diversity of talent across geographies. Has worked on research collaborations for close to two decades with world leading academia at places such as IITs and Princeton University. Sanjiv graduated from University of Calcutta and shelved aside his thesis for Engineering Doctorate in EE at UCL in the pursuit of innovation and entrepreneurship, hoping to pursue it someday to finish. Sanjiv is also an alumnus of Harvard University.
[2:40] What level of civilization are we on planet earth (Kardashev Scale)?
[4:45] What does microfluidics mean?
[9:20] Explain the naming convention of COVID-19 and similar viruses?
[13:15] Will we have a vaccine, and will people take it?
[15:20] Discussing AI, singularity, and the potential for balance.
[17:45] Sanjiv discusses his research regarding brain to brain interface, when two people can talk, without actually speaking.
[19:30] Combining quantum computing with AI
[21:30] How is this reverse Malthusian?
Zoom Virtual Event: October 17th, 2020
Early Bird Admission: PandemicInvesting.com
Get Instant access to Jason Hartman’s newest report, you'll learn…
Hope Jahren is today’s guest, and she is here to discuss her book, The Story of More, and how the Earth feels about the mess that we’ve made. Hope shares her thoughts on consumption trends and the overuse of a lot of products. How can we fix this? Decisions about small things can work exponentially.
[1:00] Hope Jahren
[2:00] What’s going on in Norway with the Coronavirus pandemic?
[2:45] Using smog levels as an indicator of how active the economy is.
[8:00] We overuse a lot of products, but are we using less of anything?
[13:00] The little changes we can make as individuals that work for the greater good.
[18:00] Our meat consumption is way over what’s needed.
Dr. Cynthia Fisher, Patient Rights Advocate joins Jason Hartman today to discuss the issue of hospital pricing transparency. If this issue is ever forced into action, will cash pricing or insurance pricing be the better deal in hospitals? As well, how does this issue play into Coronavirus, and have hospitals been hurt or have they benefited from Covid-19?
[1:00] Hospital pricing transparency?
[3:00] Will cash pricing or insurance pricing be the better deal in hospitals?
[6:15] What can we fix in this next round of stimulus?
[7:30] What’s a charge master rate?
[10:00] Sued using the first amendment saying, “we have the right as hospitals and insurance companies to have our gag orders and secret hidden prices as part of our freedom of speech.”
[13:00] Have the hospitals been hurt by COVID-19?
[16:20] Patient was charged $6,000 for being tested and treated for COVID-19 in a tent outside the hospital.
Jason brings up the potentially forgivable loans from the SBA. Also, Jason discusses inflationary forces due to Trump's initiative for de-globalization.
In part II, Dr. Kaeberlein, professor of pathology, talks about the disadvantages of the elderly when it comes to vaccines. Dr. Kaeberlein elaborates on why this is connected to Coronavirus vaccines. Find out more about anti-aging and the Dog Aging Project.
[2:30] The SBA is giving out potentially forgivable loans
[9:20] De-globalization will lead to many inflationary forces
[13:20] Dr. Matt Kaeberlein, Coronavirus and Age, and why those two are connected in such an important way
[17:50] Can we overcome the disadvantage of the elderly when it comes to vaccines and susceptibility to viruses?
[21:20] What therapies are you (Kaeberlein) working on to combat the age-related diseases?
[23:40] “The goal is to try to identify either drugs or lifestyle interventions that have an impact on these molecular hallmarks of aging in the direction that we want them to go” - Dr. Kaeberlein
[26:20] We probably have interventions now that could have a significant impact on health and longevity in people
[29:20] Until we consider biological age in our approach to these diseases, we’re going to continue to fail
[30:20] What’s the dog aging project?
[31:25] Does rapamycin slow aging?
Jason Hartman talks with Dr Vince Giuliano, founder of AgingSciences & Anti-Aging Firewalls, about maximizing your healthspan. Currently the limit to human life seems to be around 122 years. Can we make it longer? Maybe. Can we improve how well you live until then? Definitely. Vince details advances we're seeing in longevity and several ways you can reduce inflammation in your body.
[2:56] The direction going on in the field of life extension
[7:09] Human beings are not designed to live forever
[11:45] Some of the big advances coming in longevity
[14:56] 60 year olds today can expand their healthspan 15-20 years
[18:14] How do you battle inflammation?
In this off-topic 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Lawrence Susskind, Ford Professor of Environmental & Urban Planning at MIT and Vice-Chair of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and author of Entrepreneurial Negotiation: Understanding and Managing The Relationships That Determine Your Entrepreneurial Success, about what urban development means in today's age and ideas coming up that can help alleviate many of our city's difficulties.
Jason and Lawrence also discuss the importance of negotiation and the mindset you must have whenever you enter into them. Many people's attitudes these days are skewed toward doing what's best for themselves, and Lawrence explains why that's wrong and why the methods we're trying to use for negotiations are all wrong.
[3:04] The art of urban planning and its changing nature
[6:06] Cities are going through a process of change and we're likely to see big cities continuing to spread rather than becoming denser
[11:09] Some ideas for the future on how to reduce or eliminate traffic
[15:47] The single most important thing to becoming a better negotiator
[20:49] You need to know the other party's options so that you can know where you stand in negotiations
[24:42] How negotiation can make you a better leader
[29:10] We need to stop thinking that text based communication can be a way to run a business
Jason Hartman talks with Chris Burres, founder of SES Research, about some of the advancements being made with carbon these days. In a study with rats, the C60 was able to make the rats life expectancy increase significantly, and Chris is hopeful that will be something that extrapolates into humans.
[3:27] Why is the new carbon type important to longevity studies?
[7:22] Why haven't the studies moved up the animal scale?
[10:54] Olive oil can be as good an anti-inflammatory as Aspirin, but you have to take 3-6 Tbsp of it so it's not feasible
Promo Code "JASON" for $15 off
Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Stephen Schimpff, former Chief Executive Officer of the University of Maryland Medical Center and current professor of medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine where he teaches residents and fellows in oncology and infectious diseases and is a former professor of public policy at the University of Maryland, College Park. Dr. Schiff wrote the book Longevity Decoded: The 7 Keys to Healthy Aging and talks with Jason about what the keys are and how we can keep them sharp and utilize them to live our best life.
[1:36] Every year, in every organ, we lose about 1% of function
[3:40] The list of 7 Keys to Healthy Aging
[8:41] The recommended amount of added sugar that Americans should be eating
[11:20] Why our balance deteriorates as we get older and how we can fix it
[14:40] Ways you can find out if you have inflammation
[18:57] How much sleep do you need?
Jason Hartman talks with Matt Richtel, Pulitzer prize winning New York Times reporter and author of the new book An Elegant Defense: The Extraordinary New Science of the Immune System, about the new information that's come to light about our immune system and how we can help/hurt it by our actions. Matt dispels some myths that are long, long held, and gives solutions as to how we can best improve our health.
[1:38] Matt's journey to understanding the immune system came from his friend's serious illness. It led to him confronting several myths about the immune system.
[5:07] Our immune system actually tries to get along with everything as best as possible, not to automatically attack
[7:10] Why it's a mistake to try and "boost your immune system"
[10:02] New research on your "gut health"
[13:59] How stress weakens your immune system
Jason Hartman talks with Ocean Robbins, decendant of the Baskin-Robbins family and author of the new book 31-Day Food Revolution: Heal Your Body, Feel Great, and Transform Your World, about the state of American's eating today. The two break down how our diets have changed over the years, why some aspects of our diets are the way they are, how to make a more ethical, sustainable world, and more.
[2:45] Has anything changed since Diet for New America came out?
[4:48] There's a lot of money being made on the status quo
[8:00] What to do if you want a more ethical, sustainable world
[12:20] Jason's theory on meat through the ages
[15:08] We aren't getting nearly enough fiber in our diet now
[16:53] The key use of willpower is to establish healthy habits
Fernando Aires talks with Judy Gaman about how to achieve longevity with the help from health, activity, sleep and even happiness.
2:32 - Making your plan to live longer
5:33 - Avoiding fad diets and truly just living a healthier lifestyle
8:31 - The mentality that "it's genetic" and we can't do anything about it and how we overcome said mentality
11:27 - The role that sleep plays in your health
16:15 - The importance of having a "spritual life"
20:50 - The role that chromosomes play in all this
24:04 - An example from a dear friend of Judy's that lived past 100
100% grass fed beef is, without a doubt, the healthiest way to go when it comes to beef. But it's not what most people generally buy when they go to the store. it lacks the usual marbling that many are used to. The taste, when cooked properly, beats all of the other forms of beef, and that's what Chef Sarah Russo is trying to tell people. Fernando Aires talks with Chef Sarah about how she got into cooking, how to properly cook PRE meat, and the constant desire to challenge consumers to make sound choices when sourcing their meats.
[4:29] Where do they source their meat?
[6:38] The varying levels of meat that are available
[8:55] The label you need to be looking for to know you're getting the best meat for your body
[12:05] When and which fats to be eating when it comes to your meats
[16:13] Why Sarah became a chef
[20:09] What PRE's certifications mean
John Potash has been featured on CSPAN’s American History TV and has been interviewed on dozens of radio stations around the U.S. and abroad. His work has also been published in the Baltimore Chronicle, the City Paper, Covert Action Quarterly, Rock Creek Free Press, and Z magazine. He has worked counseling people with mental health issues and addictions for over twenty-five years.
[5:37] The CIA’s psychadelic hit list
[11:47] The government’s affiliation with Tupac and Dr Dre
[18:05] What the government can accomplish with their drug operations
[24:09] Drug legalizations impact on drug prices
Fernando Aires talks with Guillermo Ruiz, research at Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute, about naturopathic practices with evidence based medicine approach.
The two discuss whether some of the things we're doing are simply masking problems (or pretending to be solutions), when the right time to take supplements is, and what they can actually accomplish for a person.
[2:03] How did living in Mexico impact the choice of what type of medicine to practice?
[4:45] The incident that caused Guillermo's paradigm shift in his medical journey
[7:14] Why isn't the literature behind naturopathic medicine studied more?
[12:55] Why Guillermo picked the supplements he did for his article on what you should keep in your medicine cabinet
[19:42] How discovering penicillin changed everything
[24:47] Some botanicals people can take to help with diabetes
[28:15] When (and for how long) should you take supplements?
[34:11] It's a good thing to ask how something fits in with our evolution
In this 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Michael Gelb, author of The Art of Connection: 7 Relationship-Building Skills Every Leader Needs to Know, as well as How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci: Seven Steps to Genius Everyday. The Art of Connection offers readers seven methods of developing better rapport in their professional and personal lives.
The two of them delve into the importance of kindness in life, and examine each of the seven skills leaders need.
[2:52] Social media is connecting us online, but isolating us physically
[6:12] What you need to do if you really want to be innovative. #1 is embrace humility
[10:28] How much more could you accomplish if you were respectful boss rather than a jerk
[14:44] People are finding reasons to be offended these days, and it's toxic
[18:42] We are all becoming more like ourselves thanks to things like big data
[22:30] Achieving balanced energy exchange
[25:52] Turning friction into momentum
Daniel Schmachtenberger started out as a homeschooled kid in Fairfield, Iowa. After moving around as a kid, he came back to Fairfield to attend Maharishi University and while he was there he researched the epistemological frontier of neuroscience, delving deeply into integrative medicine as well as emergent neurotech tools and psychological techniques to optimize solutions on both sides of the mind/brain interface.
Now he's the Director of R&D at Neurohacker Collective, and is here on the show to discuss the nootropic his company has released, and discuss how certain nutrients are able to help you increase the full capacity of your cognitive functions without declining in other areas of your self.
[2:35] How Daniel became a co-founder of Neurohacker Collective
[6:27] Why Daniel's company started with a nootropic even though there's others on the market already
[11:36] What Step 1 and Step 2 of Qualia are
[18:44] How Neurohacker Collective was able to come up with the dosages of nutrients in Qualia
[22:56] Is there a long-term concern for takers of Qualia
[27:24] Is there such a thing as a biologic free lunch?
[30:31] How much Qualia costs, and why it's on the high end of pricing
Stuart Tomc has over 20 years of experience in the field of Nutritional Medicine and is an expert on evidenced-based dietary supplements. He has also traveled all over the world to teach others about his findings for over 10 years. Stuart talks to us about food imbalances, the importance of omega-3s, and more.
4:50 – The fat you eat may determine what kinds of food you seek out.
7:55 – We have a huge food imbalance in our culture. Stuart explains in this segment how you can correct it and balance it out again.
10:30 – We need more omega-3 fats in our body, because we are consuming almost too much omega-6 fats in our regular diet.
13:00 – If your immune system is already stressed out, it can be hard to start this new food journey.
18:55 – As we become so obsessed with our diets, we may sometimes miss out on foods that are actually good for you.
21:25 – Oil of oregano seems to be nature’s most effective germ killer.
26:00 – How does the consumer know what to believe nowadays? Read PubMed.gov
29:00 – Don’t forget to talk to your doctor or other trusted medical expert about omega-3 benefits.
You can track your weight loss the usual way, stepping on the scale every day or week, and wondering whether you've lost fat, gained muscle, or just lost water weight. LEVL is working to change that, however, with their new device that tracks fat loss through your breath.
Dr. Joe Anderson is clinical scientist at LEVL, and is one of a few breath science leaders in the world. He has led the development of breath protocols, performed clinical trials, and structured the science and physiology goals at LEVL. He is the owner of Anderson Bioscience and is an affiliate faculty member in the bioengineering department at the University of Washington, where he also obtained his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering.
[3:16] The problem that Levl's product is attempting to solve
[8:47] How ketone bodies and fat burning go together
[12:21] How reliable is measuring with breath?
[16:08] The differences between Levl's product and Ketonix
[21:40] Breath acetone vs fat metabolism
[25:03] The professional model of LEVL
[31:30] The cost of the device and subscription services
Keith Code is a former motorcycle racer, writer, and founder of the California Superbike School. He is one of the best known and most successful on-track motorcycle instructors in the world.
Code recently became an ambassador for The Foundation for a Drug Free World. He joins the show to discuss how prevalent drug use is in schools and in adulthood and shares some of the drugs people are experiments with these days.
Drug residues can remain in the body for years after a drug is taken. Code has long-promoted a program to flush-out these drug residues.
Code is making available a free booklet called “The Truth about Drugs.” He gives his advice to families who need experienced, professional assistance in getting family members off drugs.
For a free DVD and information kit, “The Truth About Drugs,” visit www.DrugFreeWorld.org or calling 1-888-NO-TO-DRUGS (1-888-668-6378).
For parents or families requiring immediate professional assistance or intervention call 1-877-947-5900.
A simple blood plasma transfusion might be just the thing for making you feel younger, stronger, and live a longer life. Dr. Jesse Karmazin is the founder of Ambrosia Plasma, and his company specializes in rejuvenating their patients with the blood of younger donors.
Fernando digs into the science behind Ambrosia Plasma, the business model, the costs, and who it would really work for.
[2:22] Transferring studies from mice to men
[6:18] Where the blood Ambrosia Plasma uses comes from, and how much it costs
[10:50] How long the procedure lasts and how much plasma you're given
[15:34] What kind of follow up tests are done
[20:29] The importance of telomeres