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James Altucher interviews the world’s leading peak performers in every area of life. But instead of giving you the typical success story, James digs deeper to find the “Choose Yourself” story—these are the moments we relate to… when someone rises up from personal struggle to reinvent themselves. The James Altucher Show brings you into the lives of peak-performers: billionaires, best-selling authors, rappers, astronauts, athletes, comedians, actors, and the world champions in every field, all ...
 
Welcome to Today with Jared James, hosted by entrepreneur, speaker, real estate coach/trainer and author Jared James. On this podcast you can expect to get my original thoughts on current events that affect your business, my most recent keynotes, interviews with influential guests, episodes from the #JaredJamesTodayShow and a behind the scenes look into the challenges and triumphs of what it’s like to run a multi million dollar company.
 
Many talented people's writings and movies address the deep, dark mysteries of our world — across both Fiction (Horror, Crime, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, Romance, LGBT) and Non-Fiction (Crime, History, Science, Paranormal) stories. Please step into the “House of Mystery” 5 nights a week and join us as we go deep into the creative process behind our esteemed guests' works. Past Guests in Non-Fiction have included Marcia Clark (of the O.J. Simpson trial), Robert Kennedy, Jr., Jesse Ventura, Bur ...
 
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When former FBI Agent Kathy Stearman read in the New York Times that sixteen women were suing the FBI for discrimination at the training academy, she was surprised to see the women come forward—no one ever had before. But the truth behind their accusations resonated. After a twenty-six-year career in the Bureau, Kathy Stearman knows from personal e…
 
Prodigy vs talent vs hard work. Is a prodigy born or made? How important is talent compare to hard work? What is the role of the educator nowadays compare pre-Google days? In this episode, I am honored to have Judit Polgár, Chess Grandmaster, on to talk about her origin story, her take on the education system nowadays, how can chess be translated i…
 
New York City, 1954. Two women are found murdered. One is Lorraine Quinn, Cantor Gold’s most recent one-night-stand. The other is political power broker and aspiring New York socialite Eve Garraway, a regular client of Cantor’s stolen art trade. Police nemesis, Lieutenant Norm Huber, wants to pin the murders on Cantor, send her to prison, and put h…
 
I was totally blown away by Jen Glantz's idea lists! She didn't just send me one, but multiple idea lists and all of them are great! In the last episode with Jen's, we talked about multiple ideas for newsletters that she could start. Sure enough, two weeks later, she started her new newsletters! Now, the next question, how can she gain more subscri…
 
Their Story In one of most uniquely offbeat collaborations of the year, celebrated pop singer Blake Lewis joins forces with EDM’s most accomplished drummer producer KJ Sawka to form The Private Language, a new project that combines cutting edge electropop, indie dance and future funk into one irresistible package. Their boldly unexpected debut sing…
 
When did Covid-19 start to spread? How did it get spread globally so quickly? How is it different than all the other Flu-like diseases? In this episode, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, an American physician, investor, Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner, and author, came on to talk about his new book, Uncontrolled Spread: Why COVID-19 Crushed Us a…
 
In this Part 2 of the episode (make sure you check out Part 1), Dr. Scott Gottlieb explained the role of the vaccine against Covid-19 in the current situation, vaccines vs drugs, the immunity against Covid-19, and also how soon could we have drugs that would work against Covid-19. Also, I finally get to ask the question that I always wondered about…
 
The Scream Teens are hired to raise the dead as the necro-tainment for a zombie cruise, and the eighteen-year-old animator, Cozy Coleman, is bitten by a shapeshifting she-wolf. To Cozy’s surprise, she survives and with the aid of her friends, helps the government stop a human-extinction virus from spreading. Unfortunately, Cozy uncovers a secret so…
 
For Fannibals out there this one is a must. Christopher Hargadon recently received an Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes category for his work on Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy. In this interview he speaks exclusively about Hannibal and designing those imperious suits for Mads Mikkelsen. For full extensive notes you can visi…
 
In the past year during the lockdown, people have been relocating cause 1. They are working remotely, and they can be anywhere they want to, 2. They need a bigger space because they have kids or more family members, 3. Or they realize, they don't need to be in the city for what they do, and they could pay cheaper rent and cheaper income tax elsewhe…
 
October 1922. Kiki Button has had a rough year at home in Australia after her mother’s sudden death. As the leaves turn gold on the Parisian boulevards, Kiki returns to Europe, more desperately in need of Paris and all its liveliness than ever. As soon as she arrives back in Montparnasse, Kiki takes up her life again, drinking with artists at the C…
 
In almost every Side Hustle Friday, and Make You A Millionaire series, I talked about building email lists, publish a book, and get affiliate deals constantly. The question is, what is an affiliate deal? How does it actually work? On top of that, do you know, you can be an Affiliate Manager? In this episode, Laura Sprinkle, affiliate partnerships s…
 
The next thrilling standalone novel by USA Today bestselling author Hank Phillippi Ryan. Everyone knows Lily Atwood—and that may be her biggest problem. The beloved television reporter has it all—fame, fortune, Emmys, an adorable seven-year-old daughter, and the hashtag her loving fans created: #PerfectLily. To keep it, all she has to do is protect…
 
What happened after 9/11? What happened in Afghanistan? What happened in Iraq? What were we doing in Afghanistan for 20 years? What have we achieved? In this episode, Brandon Webb, author, former United States Navy SEAL and SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, with one combat deployment to Afghanistan and one to the Persian Gulf, joined me to talk a…
 
What exactly happened to the Withdrawal from Afghanistan? What went wrong? How should America has be more effective in the withdrawal? What should we do better in politics, in terms of foreign policy, and internally? In this 2nd part of the episode, Brandon Webb, author, former United States Navy SEAL, and SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, with o…
 
When a student disappears and is presumed dead, her professor passes off her manuscript as his own—only to find out it implicates him in an unsolved murder in this new thriller from the USA Today bestselling author of The Request. After years of struggling to write following the deaths of his wife and son, English professor Connor Nye publishes his…
 
The definitive biography of John Mellencamp, the iconic American rock and roll original, featuring exclusive in-depth interviews and never-before-told details. Perfect for fans of Janis and Born to Run. John Mellencamp is not your typical rock star. With music inspired by the work of William Faulkner, John Steinbeck, and other giants of American li…
 
How will AI evolve in the future? Can AI replace humans in the future? How much do we really understand AI? In this episode (Part 1 of 2), my long-time friend, Kai-Fu Lee, computer scientist, businessman, and writer came on to The James Altucher Show to talk about his new book, AI 2041, Ten Visions for Our Future. Such an amazing book about the fut…
 
In this part 2 (of 2), Kai-Fu Lee, computer scientist, businessman, and writer, explained The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of AI's future. How a good intention, could lead to a bad or undesirable outcome. How does privacy come into play with AI? Are people comfortable with sharing their personal data with AI? Can we actually have the "Good" AI? List…
 
From an Aurora Award-winning author comes a thrilling young-adult outer-space adventure. When the old woman who raised him in a remote village is murdered, Kriss Lemarc finds himself alone on a planet where he’ll always be an outsider. His only link to his long-dead, unknown parents is the touchlyre they bequeathed him, a strange instrument that no…
 
In this episode we do a loose style study of the Ocean's Eleven (2001) version Directed by Steven Soderbergh. The Costume Designer was Jeffery Kurland and I'm joined by menswear enthusiast Ben Waters to break down the key style elements of the film. We cover - and ask each other Does Andy Garcia outdo George Clooney in the style stakes? What are th…
 
A Cambridge spy must unravel a dangerous mystery that goes all the way to the heart of the Third Reich—and the British Monarchy—in this vivid new spy thriller from a London Times bestselling author. Two old friends meeting in a remote castle in Sweden. They are cousins. One is Prince George, brother of the king of England, and the other Prince Phil…
 
Tonight I'm joined by Daniel Gaster and Z from Tie Another Day. This is something of an experiment where we take the top 5 movie related news articles from the week, not necessarily style related. If you like this and want more let us know in a review jargen? The Friday 5 will be: No Time to Die Premiere tickets, the mad scramble. Did you get yours…
 
After the podcast taping with David Rubenstein, about his book, The American Experiment: Dialogues on a Dream, there was a sample Citizenship Test at the end of the book. So naturally, I have to have Jay Yow, The Engineer comes on to take the test and see if he would pass the test!? I am not going to lie, even I can't answer a couple of the questio…
 
Alex Turner and his treacherous lover, the Russian diamond thief Slav Lily, are back on the hunt. An American prospector is murdered in the great diamond field of northern Canada—a magical landscape of pristine lakes and granite ridges and scarlet vegetation. The U.S. government fears that the Chinese billionaire twins who suddenly control the dead…
 
Do you know you have more influence than you think? Do you know, when you have hard times asking for things that you want, it's also equally hard for someone else to say no, and reject you! I have been fascinated by this topic as you know, I have Robert Cialdini on before to talk about this topic! In this episode, Vanessa Bohns, a social psychologi…
 
In part 1 (of 2), Vanessa Bohns, a social psychologist and professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University, and author, came on to talk about her new book, You Have More Influence Than You Think. and I spoke about the amazing power of "ask", and studies that were done on "Ask", and how successful usually an "Ask" is? In this Part 2, Vane…
 
All’s great for sixteen-year-old actor Dalton Black as he portrays a teen killer on a crime reenactment show. That is, until he realizes someone is stalking him. When that someone turns out to be Homer Lee Varney, the man convicted of the murder, things take a dark turn, and Dalton is afraid for his life. What does Varney want? Some sort of twisted…
 
Nick Anthony has retreated to the North Carolina mountains to mourn the untimely death of his wife. Once a popular professor, Nick just wants to be left alone with his grief. But when his estranged brother and sister-in-law die in a house fire, a stunned Nick learns he has a niece, Annalise, who is missing. At the scene of the crime, the men who se…
 
Is America still as great as it once was? And how the modern technologies have changed the county's development and politics? In this episode, I am joined by David Rubenstein, former government official, and lawyer, who is a co-founder and co-executive chairman of the private equity firm The Carlyle Group, author, to talk about his new book, The Am…
 
Is America still as great as it once was? And how the modern technologies have changed the county's development and politics? In this episode, I am joined by David Rubenstein, former government official, and lawyer, who is a co-founder and co-executive chairman of the private equity firm The Carlyle Group, author, to talk about his new book, The Am…
 
A bonus episode, an impromptu chat with Z from Tie Another Day on Instagram and Daniel Gaster, about the recent customer service experience at Tom Ford in Sloane Square V Tom Ford in Harrods and Turnbull & Asser. We talk about recent purchases from the bespoke department and what people can expect when they ask for bespoke shirts from both stores. …
 
In episode #138 we look at the style of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. How does the book differ from the film. Even though this film is set in the sixties and later 70s, can we still identify with any of the character's style and can it influence us today? Written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, the costume designer was Arianne Phillips. On the …
 
He threw his head back and laughed loudly, his arms crossed on his chest. "You?" he said once he'd regained his breath. "You? Thomas Haupner, the violinist? The would-be army officer from some stupid, derelict relic of the British Empire, a trained assassin?" After returning from a secret mission in occupied France for His Royal Highness, George, t…
 
WHAT ARE JEFF’S SCATTERED THOUGHTS?Jeff’s vision of pouring himself into his work is captured with satisfying precision in this work of poetry that is half love and half mayhem. In this collection, you will find equal parts madness and insanity, paired within the confines of reality. Jeff shares that his writing is the doorway to his mind and inner…
 
Our "Pod" friend, Jason Feifer, the editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, a podcast host, book author, keynote speaker, startup advisor, and nonstop optimism machine, is once again on the show! We started out troubleshooting his internet, router, and Google Mesh, then with my great segway, we segway into the conversation of what good can come f…
 
Part 2 of Jason Feifer's episode! Make sure you check out part one! In this episode, Jason takes us back to when the elevator is first invented, and how the public is reacting to the machine that goes up and down! We also talked about how the necessary skills had been evolved in the past thousand of years. Jason also shared why did he change the na…
 
Adaline Rushner is a woman in pieces. Her daughters have gone missing, and although the authorities seem to have found their bodies, something still isn’t right. Her husband, Cache, can’t bear the pain and wants to move on, but Adaline can’t shake the feeling they’re still alive. She even starts seeing them in the house, though Cache does not. Adal…
 
Michael Bussee, one of the founders of Exodus and Gary Cooper, a leader within the ministry of Exodus, left the group to be in a relationship with each other in 1979. They divorced their wives and participated in a commitment ceremony in 1982. Bussee and Cooper lived together until Cooper's death from AIDS-related illness in 1991. In June 2007, Bus…
 
Have you ever need to make a decision that would change your life or lifestyle? I.E. Moving to another state? Or deciding if you should or if you want to move to another state, or another city? In this episode, I gave guidance to Jen Glantz and Jay The Engineer, how should they go about making life decisions like that! My new book Skip The Line is …
 
Having grown up in the city of Nashville, Tennessee, in the ’80s, when the AIDS/HIV crisis was in full swing, Randy Thomas was not only exposed to constant homophobia but was also kicked out of home when he came out to his family. Apart from all this, there was also the bullying he suffered in public and the media’s snide remarks on his community. …
 
In episode #137 I learn more about Mod clothing as I speak to the writer and director of The Pebble and the Boy, Chris Green. A low budget independent British road trip movie starring Patrick McNamee and Sacha Parkinson. The podcast is available to listen on iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify You can also catch our chat on YouTube. All the links and more …
 
Another series with James Quandahl! He has launched a new podcast, called The James Quandahl Show, everyone should check it out! This time around we talked about should you quit when you're so close to the finish line, and we also talked about how could you niche what you do, so you will get more audience! Sometimes, less is more! My new book Skip …
 
Oliver Park, a recovering addict from Indiana, finally has everything he ever wanted: sobriety and a loving, wealthy partner in Nathan, a prominent DC trauma surgeon. Despite their difference in age and disparate backgrounds, they've made a perfect life together. With everything to lose, Oliver shouldn't be visiting Haus, a gay bathhouse. But throu…
 
Pretty/Ugly is a lyrical, hallucinogenic train ride through the end of the world. It's the story of two people falling in and out of loneliness as the end draws near. Each moment is more beautiful and terrifying than the last. Pretty/Ugly is the combination of Contagion and Lost in Translation I didn't know I needed. It's Lost in Contagion" - Allis…
 
Who doesn't want to stay young, who doesn't want to grow younger? They are technologies today that would potentially help you grow younger, habits that help you stay young. However, how efficient are those technologies? How long before those technologies would be available to the masses? In this episode (Part 2 of 2), Sergey Young talked about what…
 
Jack “Rabbit” Fields knew a good thing when he saw it, whether it was a sound horse, a sure bet, or a pretty sage hen. When it came to locking horns with any curly wolves he ran into along the trail, he tended to shoot first—a notion that had saved his hide more times than he could count. But that was before he came to Deadwood. Now, someone is ste…
 
Out in the darkness of space, something is targeting the Greatships. With their vast cargo holds and a crew that could fill a city, the Greatships are the lifeblood of human occupied space, transporting an unimaginable volume - and value - of goods from City, the greatest human orbital, all the way to Tradepoint at the other, to trade for xenoglas …
 
Who doesn't want to stay young, who doesn't want to grow younger? They are technologies today that would potentially help you grow younger, habits that help you stay young. However, how efficient are those technologies? How long before those technologies would be available to the masses? In this episode (Part 1 of 2), Sergey Young, a longevity inve…
 
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