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Thursday, July 13, 2017

2017-07-16 What is Your Future With Ken Gronbach & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio

What Is Your Future?

If you want to predict the future with accuracy, only one crystal ball will do: people, by the numbers. By looking at demographics, we can predict the future. From commercial to social to political to cultural trends, counting people reveals what will trend in the next ten years. That’s because it’s based on what people are really doing, from fertility to location to aging.  For instance: women are on the rise in the workforce, shattering glass ceilings. Meanwhile, Generation Y — the largest generation in history — is going to be moving into their own homes. These are but two of the key changes that will determine fortunes and futures in the next ten years.  We will discuss the future and how you might be able to profit from these trends.
Joining us for our discussion on What Is Your Future? is Kenneth W Gronbach      who is in our Durham NC Area studio. Kenneth W Gronbach  is a gifted keynote speaker and nationally recognized author, expert and futurist in the field of Demography and Generational Marketing. He makes the science of shifting demography come alive with real life examples which make it relevant to today’s culture, business climate and economy
His new book is Upside: Profiting from the Profound Demographic Shifts Ahead.
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Friday, July 7, 2017

2017-07-09 Real Estate: What Is Next with Chris Michaud & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio


Chris Michaud
Real Estate: What Is Next?
Politicians, bureaucrats, home buyers and housing activists are at it again.  History is repeating itself right in front of us, and if we do nothing to stop the volatility in real estate markets, we risk the impending doom of the next housing collapse.  The Great Housing Recession caused Americans to lose great amounts of net worth.  Ronald Reagan said The American Dream is not that every man must be level with every other man. The American dream is that every man must be free to become whatever God intends he should become.
Bad loan terms and unrealistic issuance of debt on bad credit ratings cause the Great Housing Recession and created opportunities to create wealth.  You just have to be brave enough to act.

Joining us for our discussion on Real Estate: What Is Next?  is Chris Michaud who is in our Durham NC Area studio. Chris Michaud is a 30+ year veteran of the real estate business as a real estate investor, broker and industry insider with some lobbying experience at the state and national level. He's a sought after guest speaker and author. He was a past state REALTOR President-elect, an investor coach and trainer of the RealInvest Profit System.
His new book is Easy Money and the American  Real Estate Ponzi Scheme.
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Thursday, June 29, 2017

2017-06-25 Can Creativity Replace Money With Carl Nordgren & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio

Can Creativity Replace Money

The good news is 98% of us were born creative geniuses.  The problem is the creative juices have disappeared because of a lack of use.  Interesting fact, outside of the Western Developed Nations, roughly 70% of all employment is self generated.  Someone finds a problem in the village or neighborhood that can be solved and discovers a way to earn a living and to feed a family by solving it without an undergraduate course in entrepreneurship or any financial capital.

Joining us for our discussion on Can Creativity Replace Money?  is CARL NORDGREN who is in our Durham NC Area studio. CARL NORDGREN  has worked as a fishing guide on the English River in Northwestern Ontario and on the White River in the Arkansas Ozarks, as a bartender, a foundry man, college professor and a serial entrepreneur. He lived with his family in Ireland for a year where he researched the IRA, and for 14 years he taught courses in Creativity and Entrepreneurship at Duke University. He graduated from Knox College and lives in Durham, North Carolina with his wife Marie where they have raised three daughters. ` His new book is Becoming A Creative Genius (Again).
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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

2017-06-11 The Right Business Model with Rich Allen & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio




The Right Business Model

80% percent of all businesses fail within five years, and smaller enterprises are even more vulnerable. Too many business owners work themselves and their teams into the ground, never knowing why they can’t turn a profit. The result is often a tremendous loss of revenue and employees. Inspiring your team is critical to any business’ success, and it can’t happen unless you have the direction and a vision to lead them with.  But what’s missing for many small business owners today is a fundamental underlying model that will allow them to focus on the things that matter most for long-term success

Joining us for our discussion on The Right Business Model is Rich Allen who is calling in from his  Dallas Area office. Rich Allen is a visionary business adviser who brings big-picture wisdom to small business owners and helps them find a unique place in the market. Combining his passion for small enterprise with experience as a senior executive, he hosts a weekly radio show, the “Ultimate Business Tune Up.” His new book is The Ultimate Business Tune Up: A Simple Yet Powerful Business Model That Will Transform the Lives of Small Business Owners.

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Thursday, June 1, 2017

2017-06-04 Finding The Money with Carol Broadbent & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio





Finding The Money

Thinking of launching a start-up? Ready to pull the trigger on that great product idea you and your buddies hatched over a few drinks? Here's the ugly truth: Most start-ups fail. The typical start-up lasts 20 months and burns through $1.3 million in financing before closing its doors. So what are the Do’s and Don’ts of start-ups? And what is the forecast for startup success under Trump?  For all the romance and mystique attached to legendary start-ups such as Apple, Google, and Facebook, the reality is that 90% of start-ups fold within their first two years. Those that succeed owe as much to savvy steps in company building and market focus on the part of their founders as to inspiration, vision, and luck.

Joining us for our discussion on Finding The Money is Carol Broadbent  who is calling in from her  San Francisco Bay Area office. Carol Broadbent is a corporate marketing leader with a blend of leadership and hands-on experience with global tech giants and scrappy tech startups. Carol is experienced in creating demand, building authority and thought leadership, and accelerating sales on a global basis. Her Specialties are Startup marketing, thought leadership, global demand creation, market momentum, team.  Creativity, collaboration, results, and team.

Her latest book is THE ULTIMATE START-UP GUIDE: Marketing Lessons, War Stories, and Hard-Won Advice from the Leading Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors.

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

2017-05-28 Retirement Stats For Everyone with Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio




Retirement Stats For Everyone


I was surfing the web and found an article on Retirement Stats Every Baby Boomer Should Know:
http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2017/03/28/10-retirement-stats-every-baby-boomer-should-know.html 

A lot of baby boomer are worried about retirement.   If you are worried about your retirement, you are not alone.  A large number of workers nearing the end of their careers are learning the hard way that retirement is expensive and that most older Americans simply aren't prepared. If you're thinking of retiring in the not-so-distant future, we will discuss some stats you should be aware of.

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Confronted By Major Political Crisis



Confronted By Major Political Crisis, The U.S. Financial System Barely Blinked

In a week in which American democracy confronted a major political crisis, the stock market barely blinked.

The Justice Department appointed a special counsel to investigate ties between President Trump’s campaign and Russia, and troubling leaks sprang from the White House at a breathtaking pace.

Yet the value of America’s largest companies barely budged.

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