Want to build financial independence and passive income? Have you paid off debt with Dave Ramsey and are now looking to build wealth? Are you frustrated because you want to quit your 9-5 job and build passive income but you don’t know HOW to do it? This Inc Magazine Top Business Podcast teaches you how. No gimmicks, no fluff. Hosted by Morris Invest Founder Clayton Morris, this podcast publishes three times a week and has a laser focus on buy and hold rental properties in order to create passive income. Clayton retired from his 9-5 job at 40 years old and teaches you his exact step-by-step methods for acquiring rental real estate, building net worth, and accelerating your financial freedom so you can experience financial independence. This podcast utilizes expert interviews, case studies with normal everyday investors, and Clayton's own methods for achieving passive income. If you want to learn how to acquire turnkey rentals, discounted properties, passive income and true legacy wealth then subscribe today. We're going to help you chart a course to build passive income and build legacy wealth for you and your family. If you're a fan of Morris Invest, Mr. Money Moustach, Planet Money on NPR, The Dave Ramsey Show, BiggerPockets Podcast, Grant Cardone, Epic Real Estate Investing with Matt Theriault, Listen Money Matters!, The Tai Lopez Show, or The Rich Dad Radio Show with Robert Kiyosaki, then you're going to love this show.
What is happiness? What affects our happiness? How do we control it? Is it even a choice? All of these questions and more are answered in The Happiness Question, the brand-new podcast series! Discover what affects your happiness and how to be happier in your everyday life as you hear from experts from all over the country and the world! Support this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/thehappinessquestion/support" rel="payment">https://anchor.fm/thehappinessquestion/support</a>
By Camden Boyd
Ever wondered what success actually means? How do you get it? And how do you keep it? We all want it, yet sometimes it feels only some of us get to have it. Theresa Lambert and Blair Kaplan Venables are two badass entrepreneurs, bestselling authors, coaches and biz mentors, who’ve had success, felt success, questioned our own success and reclaimed it. Let’s be real for a hot minute, 2020 has been a rollercoaster ride, and many people started to wonder if they'll lose the things that “made” them successful. So we got curious, raw and real about what success is truly about. Can you put it in a box? how can you get it? can people take it away or are you the one with the power? Does it mean the same to all of us, or are we the ones that create it? From PGA Golf Pro’s to Doctors, CEOs, Entrepreneurs and Spiritual Mentors, we got together to meet with successful people around the globe to dissect success through vibrant conversations and interviews.
By Theresa Lambert and Blair Kaplan Venables
The goal of Medsider is simple: Help ambitious doers learn from experienced medical device and medtech thought leaders through uncut and unedited interviews.
By Scott Nelson
“Lær Norsk Nå!” is a podcast for the intermediate Norwegian learner (B1-B2) who wants to listen to authentic Norwegian spoken in a clear and slow manner. Transcriptions for the episodes are easily available at the website for the podcast, providing textual support for the spoken material. The podcast deals with many different topics including history, culture, science, literature, the Norwegian language and more; this provides the learner with a range of different topics in Norwegian, leading to ample opportunity to improve one’s Norwegian. It is also a fun and engaging way of learning!
By Marius Stangeland
Look closely and you'll find MIT Sloan is more than one of the world's top business schools. It's a diverse and vibrant community where every person is valued and supported. It's a meritocracy, where ideas supercede status and innovation is organic. It's a rich melding of cultures, perspectives, and ideas. It's a global experience and education, in which students can participate in a classroom discussion on India one month and meet with Indian government and business leaders the next month. It's a place of action and pragmatism, where faculty strive to solve the world's problems. It's a place where industry leaders, like Jack Welch and Carly Fiorina, come to connect with the brightest minds of the next generation. It's a place where the classroom is but one part of the experience -- where students run conferences, found clubs, travel the world, challenge themselves and each other, and build personal and professional relationships for life. Look closely. You'll see what MIT Sloan is really like. Learn more at http://mitsloan.mit.edu.
By Scott Rolph