[PODCAST] #312: Jeff Berwick – A World of Opportunity

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Traveler, entrepreneur and financial writer Jeff Berwick joins me to continue a new series where I talk to people I admire about their successes, challenges and habits. Jeff is the host of Anarchast and the creator of the financial newsletter, The Dollar Vigilante.
Brett's Interview Notes

Bumper Music:
"Extra Extra" Beats Antique
"Informer" Snow
"Be Good Johnny" Men At Work

Look Closer:
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly on Galt's Gulch Chile - https://www.dollarvigilante.com/blog/2014/8/27/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-on-galts-gulch-chile.html

Wikipedia: Jeff Berwick - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Berwick

The Dollar Vigilante on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/TheDollarVigilante

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3 comments

  1. Great interview! I totally agree with the comments on risk taking and taking personal control of your education. Strolled through the music video playlist, Jungle Vibe was my favorite.

  2. I’ve always wondered if Galt’s Gulch gets going if Jeff will be Midas Mulligan or the chauffeur of Midas Mulligan… someone’s got to take out the trash!

  3. I’m really encouraged by the many people seemingly coming out of the woodwork against any state and all its abuse. I wonder what affect this type of exposure now so easily available on the internet has on “the youts” If I had outlets like this when I was 11, 12, there is no telling how much more confidence, and overall awareness I might have had. Its never too late, but just sayin.

    Brett I know you try to appeal to younger listeners and probably all listeners, but I was interested to hear back from some of the young listeners we’ve heard from before. Or for that matter any young persons perspective in light of this kind of alternative media exposure specifically

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