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On the Radio Free podcast you will hear our interviews with artists, bands, pastors, authors, activists, speakers, etc. as well as other great content from the Radio Free studios. Radio Free is an eclectic radio powerhouse located in South Carolina broadcasting the best and most diverse music playlist - listen to our live stream 24/7 at www.radiofree.cc as well as at 92.5 on the FM dial in the Florence area.
 
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As we transition into 2021, it’s important to be looking at the unique opportunities this year will bring. Brannon Moncrief, owner of McLerran & Associates Practice Transitions, joins the show today to share his insight into the coming year and how to navigate post COVID practice acquisitions and transition opportunities. You can find show notes an…
 
Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin found she had a knack for storytelling as a child, recounting baseball games inning-by-inning for her father when he’d return home from work. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author has since harnessed that skill into chronicling the lives and leadership styles of American presidents at moments of national crisis, most rece…
 
We rely on referrals and connections to lead us to our greatest advantages in our businesses and lives, and today’s guest is someone who came highly recommended to me because of our shared love of real estate. Lindsay Harkey is the Head of Healthcare Financing for Live Oak Bank, where she helps provide finance for real estate in the healthcare indu…
 
Joe Scarborough had his first media experience hosting a call-in show on public access television to raise his political profile during a run for Congress. He won that 1994 Congressional race and held the Florida seat until 2001 before returning to television full-time. Now the co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, he joined David to discuss the violence…
 
*Original air date: July 24, 2020.* How do you create a culture of success that makes your dental practice the place where everybody wants to work? Steven J. Anderson is the co-founder of the Crown Council Dental Association, founder of the Total Patient Service Institute, entrepreneur, presenter, and author, and he joins us today to share how to c…
 
Rep. Ayanna Pressley got her start in progressive politics at a young age, watching as her mother fought for tenants’ rights as an organizer in Chicago. When Rep. Pressley left college to care for her ailing mother, it didn’t stop her political trajectory. After serving as the first woman of color on the Boston City Council, she beat out a long-tim…
 
*Original air date: Sept 11, 2020.* Jim Sheils has been in the real estate game for many years now, and even through the 2008 recession, he was able to keep his investors on top. Today he joins the show to discuss the current state of real estate investing and how, in the end, everything we do in our lives is truly about our connection with people.…
 
This week we’re bringing you an episode of Silence is Not an Option, a CNN podcast hosted by Don Lemon. A record number of Black candidates ran for office this year, representing not only their constituencies, but also the diversity of perspectives that exist among Black Americans. Don talks to two newly elected representatives, Mondaire Jones (D-N…
 
For most of us, we go through school and develop certain interests or an affinity toward particular skillsets, and we follow that path to degrees, a job, a practice, etc. We learn to trade our time and our skills for finances and security, but the ultimate goal is freedom. So today I want to get you thinking about one question: “what’s your next?” …
 
Antony "Tony" Blinken, President-elect Joe Biden’s nominee for Secretary of State, first met Biden more than 15 years ago when he served as staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, which Biden chaired. Blinken went on to serve as Deputy National Security Advisor and Deputy Secretary of State during the Obama administration, cement…
 
After a year of unprecedented disruption, we are standing at the end of 2020 with uncertainty about the economic and political future. Given all that has happened, creating wealth, building wealth, and keeping up with inflation will be much harder than it has been in the last several decades. So in this episode, I’m going to focus on what’s next fo…
 
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took the House by storm when she beat out 10-term incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley, winning on a staunchly progressive platform. She is often portrayed as the embodiment of the liberal left, both by the media and her GOP adversaries who hold her up as a warning of how far left the Democrats have gone. Now in her second …
 
So much in life is built on false promises, limiting beliefs, and ideas that are not rooted in the truth. We can set ourselves up financially to live a comfortable life, but if there is an accident or an unforeseen event—such as the coronavirus pandemic—we don’t have a game plan. So today, I want to discuss your best insurance policy and the import…
 
As a young reporter, Dan Rather was no stranger to getting the story by any means necessary, whether that meant sneaking off to use the office phone at Lyndon B. Johnson’s ranch or chaining himself to a tree during Hurricane Carla. The legendary broadcaster joined David to talk about his storied career, why covering civil rights changed him persona…
 
This episode is the second of a two-part series featuring Alastair MacDonald, a private advisor and expert in economic, social, market, and financial forecasting. (If you missed last week, be sure to go back and listen to part 1.) This week we continue the conversation by diving into inflation vs. deflation and which route we are more likely to go …
 
Growing up, journalist Abby Phillip wanted to be a heart surgeon. But a college service trip through the South caused Abby to reconsider. Inspired by reporters of the civil rights era, she turned her focus to journalism. A CNN reporter since 2017, Abby rose to prominence during her marathon on-air election coverage last month. Abby joined David to …
 
We are now finding ourselves in a place where there’s a lot of speculation regarding what will happen next in the markets. Alastair MacDonald is a private advisor and expert in economic, social, market, and financial forecasting, and he joins me on the show to discuss and expose a lot of these speculations. He also shares some solid methods to plan…
 
This week’s podcast should be an inspiration to anyone of any age or any career path who wants to learn how to own their own freedom. Dr. Roshan Kalra joins me on the show to discuss how he has built such a formidable portfolio of cash flowing single-family houses at his young age. He also shares many different ways this process can be done, whethe…
 
After failing to win the presidency in 2012, Senator Mitt Romney suggested he might be done with national politics for good. But after a move to Utah, the two-time presidential candidate, former Massachusetts governor and Bain Capital co-founder decided to run for the US Senate. He was elected in 2018 and has made his disdain for President Trump’s …
 
This is the second part of my conversation with Marcus Crigler, founder and CEO of BEC CFO. This episode is can be listened to on its own, but I still recommend that you check out our previous episode because it has some great information. In this second part of the conversation, we focus on the differences between active and passive real estate in…
 
Governor Andrew Cuomo was just over a year into his third term as Governor of New York when Covid-19 first reached his state. While he was a well-known political figure before, his daily press briefings became must watch television as the pandemic ravaged New York. Governor Cuomo joined David to talk about governing through Covid-19, why politician…
 
David Plouffe is a veteran Democratic political strategist who served as Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign manager and later as senior advisor to President Obama. Just days after the 2020 race was called, David sat down with his former business partner and longtime collaborator to break down last week’s election, discuss how Joe Biden rebuilt the blue w…
 
You may have seen Donald Trump in the news recently for more than just election coverage. It turns out he paid very little taxes in 2017-2018, and we’re diving into how that is even possible in part one of my interview with Marcus Crigler. Marcus is the founder and CEO of BEC CFO, a tax expert, and a mentor, and he also runs a CFO Organization for …
 
As a child, historian Jon Meacham would find artifacts from Civil War battles while playing in the Chattanooga hills. To him, history was always tangible. He liked finding the line from the past to the present, a sentiment that has guided his career. Jon, who started his professional life as a journalist, writes about American presidents, the natio…
 
What is Freedom Founders? This is a question I get asked all the time, and in this episode, I’ll be giving you some insight into what Freedom Founders is all about. If you’re one of the many people who have been wondering about this—or if you're looking for a way to create your plan B or passive income streams—this is definitely an episode you won’…
 
Mandy Patinkin may be a well-known, award-winning actor and singer on the big screen and stage, but these days he’s trying out a new medium: social media. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Mandy has been uploading videos ranging from heartfelt moments with his wife, writer and actress Kathryn Grody, to political messages encouraging people to vote for …
 
As a young reporter, Nina Totenberg once got a tip about a robbery underway at the local bank. When she called the bank to confirm, one of the burglars answered the phone. Her career has since taken her from covering misguided crimes to reporting on the country’s highest court. Nina joined National Public Radio in 1975 as a legal affairs correspond…
 
Today I’m continuing a conversation with Eddie Speed of Colonial Funding Group. (If you missed the previous episode, make sure to go back and check it out because it's full of great advice about how to own debt as an asset.) This week, we’re talking about where the opportunities and challenges are in the real estate alternative market. You can find…
 
As a high school senior facing college applications, Susan Page had a choice to make. Should she follow her passion for playing the oboe and go to music school? Or should she allow her love of journalism to guide her? In the end, journalism won, and Susan soon found herself away from her home state of Kansas for the first time as a freshman at Nort…
 
Journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser met while working together at The Washington Post. While they spent long hours together in the newsroom investigating the Monica Lewinsky scandal, they didn’t realize they lived on the same block until a colleague pointed out the coincidence. Today, Baker—who famously doesn’t vote for the sake of objectivit…
 
Today I’m having a conversation about owning debt as an asset with Eddie Speed of Colonial Funding Group. Eddie has been on the note side of real estate for many years, and he will be sharing how smaller, individual investors can have a space of real estate. He'll also dive into alternative investments and what we can learn from the past and apply …
 
As a young man, Ambassador John Bolton often found himself as the lone conservative in a sea of anti-Vietnam War liberals, whether at his private Baltimore prep school or during his years at Yale. But Bolton never wavered from his world view, which led him to roles in the Justice and State departments under presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bus…
 
Sports broadcaster Bob Costas loved baseball from an early age. As a kid, Bob would sit in his father’s car, tuning the radio to find baseball games taking place hundreds of miles from his home on Long Island. Since his first full-time broadcasting gig at 22, he has called NBA Finals and World Series, hosted Super Bowls and Olympic Games and been i…
 
Things change in life, and much of the time things don’t go how we planned. Obstacles come up, challenges appear, and sometimes we simply wonder if we're meant to do what we're doing right now. Today I'm joined by two friends of mine, Dr. Michelle Mudge Riley and Dr. Laura Brenner Studholme, to talk about how they have changed up their career paths…
 
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