We are all aware of the Silicon Valley Billionaires. Some people dream that one good idea, one invention or one innovation, if it is grand enough, would change lives, starting with their own. Steve talks with Ken Tencer, author of Cause a Disturbance, who says that if you can slice a melon or make a [...]
With his son Joseph Spierer, Steve interviews Tim Urban, creator, author and genius behind www.WaitButWhy.com.
Harley Rotbart, author of No Regrets Parenting, talks with Steve about the accomplishments of his father, a Holocaust Survivor, and how being raised by that man charted the course of his life, influenced him as a parent and formed him as a Pediatrician and Medical School Professor. Then, Steve offers his latest Real Estate Update [...]
Steve interviews Jim Mosquera, author of Escaping Oz, Protecting Your Wealth During the Financial Crisis. They discuss the impact the coming end of Quantitative Easing and what it means to individual stock investors, borrowers, consumers and people who are worried about their employment future.
Stock market investing is not for the faint hearted these days. Steve interviews Certified Financial Planner Phil Albitz about the volatile investing climate, risk management and lots of money issues, including stocks, bonds, inflation, deflation, gold, advance planning and financial freedom. Then, Steve responds to an email from a 50 year old listener who wants [...]
Steve visits with Greg Gibbs on parenting, real estate and life.
Steve interviews political science professor William Voegeli, author of Never Enough: America’s Limitless Welfare State about the upcoming Congressional elections, the job market and the American economy, as well as about his newest soon-to-be-released book, The Pity Party: A Mean Spirited Diatribe Against Liberal Compassion.
When Kate was thirty-three years old, a married Mom whose daughters Rachel and Stephanie were 18 months and 3 years old respectively, she suffered a massive stroke, paralyzing her from head to toe. Today, Kate’s left arm remains paralyzed, walking is still a major effort and stroke-resultant depression is a frequent visitor. Steve interviews Kate [...]
As a young, ambitious rabbi at one of New York’s largest synagogues, Charles Sherman had high expectations for what his future would hold—a happy and healthy family, professional success, and recognition. Then, early one morning in 1986, everything changed. His son Eyal spiked a fever and was soon in serious respiratory distress. Doctors discovered a [...]
Back in May Steve did a three-part series on money. Not how to invest millions, but what to consider if you have a job, perhaps a good job, but the money never seems to stretch far enough and you feel like you are on an unpleasant money treadmill where you never get anywhere. For some [...]