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Brand Builder brings you the people, stories, and lessons learned from the most innovative brands in the world. Presented by SnackNation. Hosted by Sean Kelly, Jordan Cohen, and Jeff Murphy. Similar to How I Built This, The Dave Ramsey Show, and Seeking Wisdom by Drift.
 
Your customer needs a hero. Will you answer the call? The Buyer's Mind with Jeff Shore is a B2C sales training podcast dedicated to helping you increase your sales numbers by understanding your customers in a deeper way. Whether you’re buying a magazine, a mobile phone, a new car or a new home, we all go through surprisingly similar thought patterns during a purchase cycle. Jeff’s podcast is about the psychology behind those thought patterns—the obvious and subtle considerations that lead so ...
 
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Jeff Herbener is a Senior Fellow with the Mises Institute and an economics professor at Grove City College. At the 2021 Austrian Economics Research Conference, Jeff presented a defense of the pure time preference theory of interest, and mentioned Bob's critique of it. This episode is a very informative discussion of their views. Mentioned in the Ep…
 
Sometimes your greatest idea hits you at the most unexpected time. For Velobar founder Brant Reiter, it was during a leisurely bike ride in 2015 when he realized the world was missing a cannabis-infused protein bar. From that moment until now, Brant has navigated a Wild West-style cannabis industry, creating and recreating an award-winning, high-pr…
 
Vijay Boyapati left a lucrative job at Google in 2007 to move to New Hampshire and campaign for Ron Paul. In this episode, Vijay explains why the other Austrians should have listened to him in 2010 when he warned that their inflation predictions were wrong. He also explains his popular 2018 essay, "The Bullish Case for Bitcoin." Mentioned in the Ep…
 
Bob gives a guest lecture for Jonathan Newman's MA course for the Mises Institute, on the history of, and new developments in, the pure time preference theory of interest. After summarizing the work of Bohm-Bawerk, Fetter, and MIses, Bob explains his own perspective and then how Jeff Herbener partially agreed with Bob's critique. This episode sets …
 
David Beckworth is a monetary economist with the Mercatus Center. He explains the rationale of the Market Monetarists (such as Scott Sumner) who support NGDP targeting as the best monetary policy. He also explains recent innovations in Fed policy, and critiques the MMTers. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of…
 
Stephan Livera hosts a popular podcast on Bitcoin and Austrian economics. He recently had Bob on to discuss, appropriately enough, the economics of Bitcoin from an Austrian perspective. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Stephan Livera's YouTube page. Bob and Silas Barta's guide to Bitcoin. BMS ep. 191 clarifying the debate over …
 
Scott Horton comes back on the show to discuss his new book, Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism. He and Bob largely focus on Osama Bin Laden's strategy for drawing the U.S. into unwinnable wars. They also discuss the role of Israel in U.S. foreign policy. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of thi…
 
Bob elaborates on two ideas he had when he wrote his novel "Minerva" in grad school. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Bob's archives at Strike the Root, which contain the serialized version of Bob's novel, Minerva. (Note that the HTML formatting is incorrect for some characters, such as the em-dash turning up as an apostrophe.)…
 
Walter Block is a giant in the libertarian movement. He explains how he discovered this philosophy and why it will be difficult to advance liberty. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Walter's (co-authored) 2019 article on sociobiology and liberty. Walter's book Defending the Undefendable. #C…
 
“Climate change and sustainability can feel like such huge problems that you struggle to even know the first step you can take. So I thought, why don’t I start with something small?” Where some see an overwhelming problem, Julia Collins sees a wondrous opportunity. As founder and CEO of Planet FWD, Julia Collins is on a mission to tackle climate ch…
 
Using a recent Dave Smith interview of Michael Malice as a springboard, Bob elaborates his understanding of anarcho-capitalist principles to the thorny issues of vaccine passports, court rulings, and desegregation of the Old South. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Part of the Problem episode from February 20, 2021, "They Don't …
 
Bob helps to clarify the Bitcoin debate. On the one hand, the "no intrinsic value" skeptics are ignoring how Austrians deal with gold, while on the other hand, the "HODL forever" enthusiasts would never allow Bitcoin to become a money. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Bob (and Silas Barta's) guide to Bitcoin. Bob's book Contra …
 
Benjamin Boyce is a writer, interviewer, and filmmaker who rose to fame by relaying his experiences as a student during the infamous Evergreen State protests in 2017. He talks with Bob about the lessons we can learn as the rest of the country follows the same trajectory of identity politics. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The…
 
Josiah Neeley is the Texas Director and Resident Senior Fellow in Energy for the R Street Institute. He has a lively discussion, pushing back on some of Bob's previously articulated points regarding the recent Texas freeze and blackouts. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Josiah's article on…
 
Rob Bradley is an expert in the history of US energy markets. He explains the role of Sam Insull (co-founder of General Electric) in showing what a free market in electricity would look like, and then criticizes Texas' ERCOT as a central planning agency. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Ro…
 
Gary Wolfram is an economics professor at Hillsdale College, who was both a teacher and colleague of Bob during his two stints at the school (first as a student then as a professor). They discuss Gary's background as an economist in both academia and the political sphere, and why government intervention hurts the people it ostensibly helps. Mention…
 
Pass the Honey Founder Douglas Raggio will be the first to admit that Pass the Honey is, in fact, a front. Behind the scenes, Pass the Honey is working to restore legitimacy in the honey space, an industry that’s the third most fraudulent in the world. They’re on a mission to promote pollinator health, fight for land conservation and support habita…
 
Since the deep freeze in February caused millions of Texas homes to lose their power, partisans have been fighting over the blame. The governor blamed wind turbines and the green agenda, whereas Paul Krugman said the fault was with natural gas. Bob shows the numbers; natural gas was to blame only in the sense that nobody expected wind to be useful …
 
Medical doctor Keith Smith returns to the show to explain how government intervention allows insurance companies to distort health care prices. Rather than merely diagnosing the problem, Smith has formed organizations that are providing affordable care to patients. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this in…
 
Bob discusses three separate items all related to nonviolence: (1) Gene Sharp's work, (2) Bob's old dream of how to topple a tyrant, and (3) the winners of the Louis CK contest. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Gene Sharp's book, From Dictatorship to Democracy. #CommissionsEarned (As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying p…
 
Standard economic analysis suggests that even large-scale immigration doesn't hurt native citizens economically. But couldn't the newcomers change the culture and political climate to hurt liberty? In his latest book, economist Ben Powell argues that this too is a baseless fear. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube vers…
 
Bob explains his idea for the general legal principle under which children would constitute a particular case: Namely, treat the parent (or legal guardian) as a trustee acting upon behalf of the trustor, who is the future (adult) version of that child. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Rothbard's book Ethics of Liberty (free pdf…
 
In a 2019 article, Bob quoted Mises who believed that new gold discoveries, in principle, could cause a (small) boom-bust cycle if the gold hit the loan market before other sectors. Walter Block and Bill Barnett have responded in a new article, arguing that in a free market, new commodity money can't cause such distortions. Mentioned in the Episode…
 
This week on Brand Builder we’ve got Ryan Hansen, the President and Founder of FireCreek Snacks, joined by Dustin Riechmann, FireCreek’s Chief Marketing Officer. FireCreek’s origin story isn’t just a wholesome tale, it’s the inspiration behind their wildly successful beef and pork snack sticks and their path for the future. As a self-proclaimed 3rd…
 
On a recent episode of the Unregistered podcast, Thaddeus Russell interviews philosophy professor Stephen Kershnar on his controversial books. Bob strongly critiques their claims that (a) pro-life people ought to be killing abortionists and (b) adult/child sexual relationships can be healthy. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Th…
 
Nick Watts has a Master of Divinity degree from Queensland Theological College. He talks with Bob about his book, which argues that the Bible claims that taxation is tantamount to slavery. Interestingly, Nick went into his project as a conservative small government man and emerged as a Rothbardian who has no political ruler except Christ the King. …
 
Whether you’re ready or not, the ball is always snapped. It’s how you react that matters. Business is full of sports metaphors… and some are definitely better than others. But this one carries a little extra weight because it comes from someone who played one of the toughest positions in football at the highest levels - including the NFL. That man …
 
Tom Woods invites Bob onto his podcast to discuss the coordinated actions of retail traders to implement a short squeeze on hedge funds, in the process causing GameStop stock to increase some 1,500%. Tom and Bob explain the basic economics involved and the political implications. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The Tom Woods S…
 
Bob has a short but sweet conversation with Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs. They cover Glenn's career in wrestling, his discovery of Austrian economics, and what he's learned since entering politics. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Glenn Jacobs' Knox County mayoral page. Murray Rothbard's…
 
Bob explains the legal and practical issues surrounding the purge of right-wing voices from social media sites. He makes a distinction between free speech and the 1st Amendment, and critically analyzes the typical "newsstand / publisher" analogy for Section 230. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: EFF article on Section 230 and wh…
 
Ron Paul used the fall in purchasing power since the founding of the Fed to argue that the central bank had hurt regular Americans. Fed economist David Andolfatto disagrees, but Bob pushes back. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. David Andolfatto critiques Ron Paul's argument against the Fed…
 
Beverage has been described as a “brand forward” category. This is especially true in the premium beverage space. Consumers align themselves with particular beverage brands to make a statement about who they are. A drink in hand becomes like a fashion accessory - an expression of values and identity - and it’s not uncommon for premium beverage comp…
 
Bob offers his thoughts on the double standards in the media and pundit treatment of the Jan. 6 Capitol events. He also explains the seemingly crazy allegations from the protestor who was dressed as a Viking. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The Federalist article on leftist hypocrisy regarding violent protests. Story on activi…
 
Alastair Roberts works for the Biblically-grounded Theopolis and Davenant Institutes. He talks with Bob about the work of Rene Girard on scapegoating, and his forthcoming Bible commentary. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Alastair Roberts' YouTube channel and Soundcloud link to his podcast…
 
Harold Hotelling in 1931 wrote the pioneering article "The Economics of Exhaustible Resources" that described the equilibrium prices over time for a finite resource such as oil or coal. Bob explains the answer and how it matches with the Austrian view of time preference. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Bob's EconLib article on…
 
Mahyar Tousi has a popular show out of the UK who has been intimately involved in making the case for Brexit, coming from a classical liberal free trade perspective. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Mahyar Tousi's YouTube channel. Help support the Bob Murphy Show. The audio production for …
 
Recently Tim Poole alluded to the so-called "shopping cart theory" of why self-governance is impossible. Specifically, because people can't even bother to take back the shopping cart when this is clearly the socially right thing to do, we can't hope to have a system relying on everyone's good nature. Bob explains what's wrong with this argument. Me…
 
Mario Rizzo is a professor in the Department of Economics at NYU--where he was Bob's dissertation chair. He talks about how he found the Austrian School and his own contributions to economics. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Mario Rizzo's homepage. Mario's books The Economics of Time and …
 
Personal finance guru Dave Ramsey recently called IBC a scam on his popular show. Ramsey alleged that the dividends received from a mutual life insurance company were just deliberate overcharges to make the customer think he was earning a profit, even though it all came out of the customer's own pocket. Bob sets the record straight. Mentioned in th…
 
Food is a ticking time bomb. CPG entrepreneurs often learn this the hard way. The minute your product comes off the line, you have 90 days to get it to a distributor. If not, you're looking at progressive discounts every month after that. The reason? Most distributors insist on a 75% shelf life. If you can’t guarantee that timing at the outset, you…
 
Gad Saad is Professor of Marketing and holds the Concordia University Research Chair in Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences and Darwinian Consumption. He talks with Bob about his new book, The Parasitic Mind, and its relationship to the culture wars. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Gad Saad'…
 
First Bob explains his contest involving Adventures in Pacifism--winner gets 100 smackers. Then he explains the incredibly powerful, and surprisingly Austrian, result by which Kenneth Arrow showed it was impossible to coherently aggregate individual preferences into a social ranking. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The blog po…
 
CPG veteran and insights guru Mark Mallardi is taking on a new challenge: build a brand from the ground up...and save the rainforest in the process. Mark has decades of experience helping emerging brands scale using data and insights. Today, he's channeling that knowledge into AMARUMAYU, a newly launched line of superfruit juices. The stars of the …
 
Dan McCarthy, Editor at Large of The American Conservative, joins Bob to discuss his view that conservatives and libertarians should stop heaping contempt on democracy. McCarthy argues that the elites are the real threat to liberty, not the masses. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. The home…
 
Bob explains a problem with arguments against mask mandates that claim vindication whether new case loads are very low or very high. He then points out that Biden's own expert on covid-19 was skeptical of mask mandates in a June 2020 podcast episode. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Michael Osterholm's CIDRAP episode. His March…
 
Bob was recently on Mark Connolly's "More Christ" podcast, out of Dublin. Bob fields questions about his faith, economics, and anarcho-capitalism. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. The "More Christ" podcast. Help support the Bob Murphy Show. The audio production for this episode was provide…
 
This week we’ve got a guest who approaches brand building unlike anyone we’ve talked to yet. In fact, he’s less of a brand builder and more of a portfolio builder. Our featured guest is Harrison Fugman, the CEO & co-founder of The Naked Market. Our first question for Harrison was probably one you’re asking now: what exactly is The Naked Market? Acc…
 
Bob laments the media's thought policing of discussion about voter fraud. However, Bob tests one particular claim alleging a "signature" of fraud and finds no smoking gun. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The Washington Post map that Bob used to derive total votes by state for senator. Bob Murphy Show ep. 92 on FBI spying on th…
 
It’s a law of entrepreneurship that never fails: No matter how much you prepare, nothing ever goes precisely to plan. There’s always something that comes out of left field and forces you to adapt. Sometimes, that thing is a typo on your packaging. Other times… it’s the onset of a global pandemic. The latter was the case for Clara Paye, the founder …
 
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