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Understanding The Value Of Money In Today’s World

Understanding The Value Of Money In Today’s World

  Daniel Suelo, the man who quit money, said money only exists if two or more people believe it exists. Back then society didn't have this concept of money or material things. So why did people invent currency? Was it to subjugate and enslave others and create...

Impulse Purchases And Why We Buy The Things We Buy

Impulse Purchases And Why We Buy The Things We Buy

An impulse purchase is often something a lot of us grapple with. It’s not just a financial issue; it’s a personal and psychological thing too. In this episode, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen have a provocative discussion about impulse purchases and why people buy things we do. Jason and Whitney discuss a German study on impulse purchasing and talk about credit scores, knock-off items, and the cost of living. This is an interesting discussion on consumerism, finances, chasing accomplishments, the psychology of winning, and more that you don’t want to miss!

How Phones Ruin Our Experiences And Memories

How Phones Ruin Our Experiences And Memories

In this day of social media, it has become so rare not to see someone on their phones. So much so that in every gathering, the first thing many want to do is take pictures and post them online—often forgetting to savor the moment instead. Join Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen as they dive into how phones ruin our experiences and memories. They discuss how technology has made huge impacts on our mental health. Why has it become a norm in today’s world? Do we really want to sacrifice the life we have right now just to get validation from people on social media? Let us claim our lives back and listen to this episode as Jason and Whitney elaborate on the importance of spending our time building memories without having to be on our phones all the time.

What Home Means To You: The Emotional Experience Of Homeownership With Sherri And John Monte

What Home Means To You: The Emotional Experience Of Homeownership With Sherri And John Monte

What does home mean to you? Homeownership can mean a lot of different things for different people. For Sherri and John Monte, home is quite simply, “everything you need and nothing more.” Joining Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel in an engaging exchange of thoughts, the couple shares their ideas on the challenges of homeownership, the pandemic’s impact on the home industry, making educated decisions about your home, and the benefits of simplicity and minimalism. Sherri and John’s insights show us just how much of an emotional investment homeownership is, leading us to eye-opening realizations about this multifaceted topic. The group also goes into a couple of fruitful tangents on social impact, charity, the difference between what you want and what you’ve been conditioned to want, going against the grain, risk-taking, clarity and more.

How Astral Projection Connects Science, Spirituality, and Religion Together

How Astral Projection Connects Science, Spirituality, and Religion Together

For the longest time, astral projection has been a mystery that piqued the interest of many. The ability to go beyond your physical and mental limitations has been subject to a lot of studies and conspiracy theories for years. But what if this unexplained phenomenon is turned into an espionage weapon? Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen delve into the possibility of the CIA using these out-of-the-body experiences to carry out well-targeted spy missions and even dabble in mind control. They also discuss humanity’s unending curiosity about the craziest and maddening things in the world. Jason and Whitney talk about the music industry’s perspective on using autotune, how the slightest tunes can affect your thinking, and how a visit to the world’s quietest room may look like.

Play At Your Own Pace

Play At Your Own Pace

We have to realize that we are not perfect. I’m sure there was a time when Michael Jordan had an off game or when the greatest authors had a subpar book. Not everything that you do has to be game-changing or one of a kind. Sometimes you have to accept the fact that you can make mediocre things. There is no deadline. Just keep at your own pace to find inner peace so that you can create that amazing thing. Join your hosts, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen, in this conversation on how to lose the fear of failure. Learn how to maneuver around stress and anxiety so that you can move at your own pace, not at the pace of others. Listen in to today’s episode for a deeper understanding of self-care.

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