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TIP134: Unshakeable by Tony Robbins

Recorded | 15 April 2017

One of the biggest names in self-help is Tony Robbins. Since the 2008 financial crisis, Robbins has been on a mission to educate the world about the stock market and the best ways to protect yourself against substantial loss. In 2014, Robbins' wrote the book, Money Master the Game. Today, he has a new book titled, Unshakeable, and it's the #1 investing book on Amazon. In this episode, Preston and Stig discuss what they learned from reading Robbins' newest book, Unshakeable.

TIP133: Richard Duncan’s Discussion w/ Alan Greenspan

Recorded | 8 April 2017

In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to macro investor, Richard Duncan. Richard has worked with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank, among numerous other financial institutions. Recently, Richard had a sit-down discussion with the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve (FED), Alan Greenspan. During our conversation with Richard, he discloses the finer points of his exchange with Mr. Greenspan. This is a conversation you won't want to miss.

TIP132: Raoul Pal – Macro Investing & New Opportunities

Recorded | 1 April 2017

In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to one of the most notable macro investors in the world, Raoul Pal. Raoul is the owner and CEO of Real Vision TV and he has interviewed some of the biggest names in finance. During this interview, Raoul talks about some of the best ideas he has heard in 2017 from billionaire hedge fund managers and high net worth individuals.

TIP131: Smarter, Faster, Better by Charles Duhigg

Recorded | 18 March 2017

In this episode, Preston and Stig read a book that was recommended by Billionaire Ray Dalio. The author of the book is a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer from the New York Times who has outlined the specific attributes of productivity. If you're looking for reasons why some projects capture your interest and attention more than others, this book review will provide some clues for what's happening.

TIP130: Mastermind Discussion 1st Quarter 2017

Recorded | 18 March 2017

In this episode, Preston and Stig hold their Mastermind discussion with Hari, Calin, and Toby. In this quarter's discussion, the group talks about Warren Buffett's letter to shareholders. The conversation covers, ETFs, Berkshire's huge cash position, marketing timing, Charlie Munger's comments at the DJCO annual meeting, and much more.

TIP129: Mindset – The Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck

Date | 2 March 2017

In this episode, Preston and Stig read a book that billionaire Bill Gates recommended titled, Mindset. This book was written by Stanford professor, Dr. Carol Dweck, who teaches the key pillars to success in her psychology class. Bill Gates suggests that Dweck's book illuminates how our beliefs about our capabilities exert tremendous influence on how we learn and which paths we ultimately take in life. Tune-in to our discussion to learn more about this brilliant professors take on success and how you can apply it to your everyday life.

TIP128: Edward Thorp – A Man For All Markets

Date | 2 March 2017

In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to renown author, mathematician, and investor, Dr. Edward Thorp. Thorp's personal net worth is $800M, and he has achieved a 20% annual return for 30 years in the stock market. Before becoming one of the best hedge fund managers on the planet, Dr. Thorp literally wrote the book on card-counting for blackjack. The name of the book was, Beat the Dealer, and the techniques taught in the book went on the create an entire culture around card counting in Casinos. You won't want to miss this conversation as the hosts uncover some fascinating ideas from one of the smartest mathematical minds on the planet.

TIP127: Living In Space & What’s Next w/ NASA’s Tim Kopra

Date | 24 February 2017

In this week's episode, Preston and Stig talk to NASA astronaut Tim Kopra about his time living in space. Kopra comes with a wealth of experience after living in space for 246 days during two separate missions. During the interview, he talks about the numerous adventures on board the US Space Shuttle and also the Russian Soyuz Rocket. At the end of the interview, Kopra discusses the role of Elon Musk's SpaceX and Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin. If you're looking for excitement and fascinating stories that capture the outer limits of human potential, you'll definitely want to check out this week's show.

TIP126: Billionaire Steve Case and The Third Wave

Date | 18 February 2017

In this week's episode, Preston and Stig discuss billionaire Steve Case's book, The Third Wave. Case is the co-founder and former CEO of America Online. In his new book, Case makes the argument that the future of online business is about to change once more. In the new wave, successful companies will take on a sharing nature where interoperability and teaming will be vital to survival. Additionally, Case provides an overview of the key decisions and events that took place during the AOL - Time Warner merger.

TIP125: Billionaire Reid Hoffman & The Start-Up of You

Date | 11 February 2017

In this week's episode, Preston and Stig discuss billionaire Reid Hoffman's book, The Start-Up Of You. Hoffman is the co-founder of LinkedIn and also the former COO of Paypal. He has become famous for some of his savvy investment decisions in companies like Facebook and numerous other billion dollar companies. In Hoffman's book, he teaches the reader about the importance of enhancing your variety of tools and skills through unique job experiences and continual growth. Join Preston and Stig for a fun review of this inspirational business book.

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