This episode we’re switching things up, and doing something a little different than usual. If you’re wondering how so, you may have heard Brandon Webb in recent weeks talk about launching an all new podcast called “The Power of Thought,” and may have even seen the livestream we did Thursday on Facebook and YouTube with entrepreneur and best-selling author James Altucher. Well, this is that show in its entirety to give you a feel for what will be over on that channel which will include new imaging and a much different array of big name guests. Have no worries, Brandon and crew will still be giving you great content twice a week on SOFREP Radio, this is an all new venture that we hope to have you join us for.
James Altucher is a man of many titles who’s worked as hedge fund manager, website developer, and his latest project is jumping into the world of standup comedy. He’s written several best-selling books, the biggest being “Choose Yourself” and the most recent “Reinvent Yourself” which came out earlier this year. In this podcast he talks about both gaining and losing tremendous amounts of wealth, working for HBO with a client base that included some of the biggest major name record labels, and going on to success with his own podcast, “The James Altucher Show.”
We also send our best wishes to Senator John McCain, and shortly after taping this learned of the passing of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington. Chester was a supporter of the troops, and would sometimes invite military personnel backstage at shows which even included our own Drew Dwyer and his wife. So in remembrance, we use some classic Linkin Park on this one. Crank it up.
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