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8: Lenore Skenazy On Free Range Parenting

Raising responsible, self-reliant, can-do kids isn’t easy. Especially when the perception of danger is everywhere. Lenore Skenazy made headlines a few years ago when she allowed her then 9 year old son to take the subway home from Bloomingdales department store, by himself. Of course, he made it home safely. However, when her story hit the media, she was labeled “America’s worst mom.” If you’ve ever been caught up in the kind of irrational fear that leads to hyper-vigilant “helicopter parenting”, Lenore has a message of hope that you need to hear.
July 24, 2017
7: Johnny Hanna on Disrupting the Real Estate Industry

7: Johnny Hanna on Disrupting the Real Estate Industry

Technology is changing our world right before our eyes. It’s the result of highly creative people constantly innovating to discover better ways to get things done. When that new and better way creates a new market and starts replacing established competitors, it’s called disruptive innovation. Johnny Hanna is the founder of Homie and he’s revolutionizing the way people buy and sell their homes. On this episode of Society and the State, he gives us the scoop on how Homie is disrupting the real estate industry, for the better.
July 21, 2017
6: Winning People Over to Unpopular Ideas

6: Winning People Over to Unpopular Ideas

It’s telling that taking a stand on principle guarantees you’ll be out of step with what is popular. Contrary to what you see on social media, persuading people to open their minds shouldn’t require force or intimidation. In this episode, Connor and Bryan discuss 3 highly unpopular ideas and how to help others discover a degree of clarity regarding the principles behind them.
July 19, 2017
5: Dale Carson on How to Arrest Proof Yourself

5: Dale Carson on How to Arrest Proof Yourself

The difference between a peace officer and a law enforcer is not well understood by the public. This means that otherwise good people can find themselves in handcuffs without behaving like a dangerous criminal. Defense attorney Dale Carson is the author of “Arrest Proof Yourself”, a book that teaches the law-abiding how to stay on the right side of the law. As a former police officer and FBI agent, Carson is uniquely qualified to give insights into how cops think and, most importantly, how to avoid taking that long, lonely ride to jail.
July 17, 2017
4: Matt Philips on the New Hampshire Free State Project

4: Matt Philips on the New Hampshire Free State Project

Where can a person find freedom in modern day America? The Free State Project has been working for 15 years to make New Hampshire the go-to state for freedom lovers. Matt Philips joins Connor and Bryan to discuss the ideas behind bringing freedom-minded people together. Learn why perpetuating freedom requires action more than simply sitting around talking about it with like-minded people.
July 14, 2017
3: Why Free People Still Read Books

3: Why Free People Still Read Books

Throughout human history, one of the clearest dividing lines between those who were free and those who weren’t was whether or not a person could read and write. It’s as true today as it was in ancient Greece or Rome. Technology has put unfathomable amounts of information at our fingertips but what good does it do us if we don’t read? Connor and Bryan tackle the challenges and rewards that await those who still see the value of building their understanding of the world around them by feeding their minds from great books. They also share some of their top […]
July 11, 2017
2: Isaac Morehouse on Circumventing College via Praxis

2: Isaac Morehouse on Circumventing College via Praxis

The traditional script that most of us grew up with goes something like this: Go to college, get a degree, use that degree to get a job, make lots of money, buy stuff, retire, run out the clock until your life is over. It’s a script that can stifle personal creativity and even one’s life mission. Isaac Morehouse is the energetic and inspirational founder of Praxis. Morehouse has blazed a different trail for those who wish to create their own signal and career path.
July 11, 2017
1: Tom Woods on How to Reinvent Yourself

1: Tom Woods on How to Reinvent Yourself

Life is unpredictable. Live long enough and you will have the opportunity to reinvent yourself–most likely more than once. Historian and best selling author Tom Woods shares his one-of-a-kind insights on how to take life’s twists and turns in stride and come out on top.
July 11, 2017
0: Connor Boyack and Bryan Hyde Introduce the New Podcast

0: Connor Boyack and Bryan Hyde Introduce the New Podcast

Two years in the making, your co-hosts explain the “why” behind your new favorite podcast. Subscribe to the show to be educated, inspired, and motivated!
July 3, 2017