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This week, Jason is joined by professional fashion model, entrepreneur, former pageant queen and Bachelor Nation fan favorite, Hannah Godwin! Hannah rose to fame after her time on season 23 of the Bachelor and season six of Bachelor in Paradise where she eventually got engaged to her now husband, Dylan Barbour. Prior to being on the shows, Hannah had utilized her business degree towards a career in social media which she has been about to carry over into a successful career combining professional modeling, brand partnerships, blogging, and even founding her own photo and video editing app, Setty.  Hannah gives insight to how her insomnia is impacting her day to day life, how she is working though her sleep issues, why she decided to do pageants for awhile, how she got into the modeling side of her career by stepping out from behind the camera and hustling, how her internship in LA resulted in meeting the friends who got her on the Bachelor, and what it was like being in the running for The Bachelorette. Hannah also reveals the importance of separating her life on reality TV from the modeling world, the value in creating a good community, the value in staying relatable and grounded, what it was like starting out in modeling and how she was able to build her own opportunities, what she plans to dive into in the future, behind the scenes of the wedding, what inspired her to start Setty App, and if she has legally changed her last name. Was she offered to be the Bachelorette? What brings in the most revenue? What was the coolest thing she has been able to do? Would she ever get into acting? Hannah reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: John Gurney Guest: Hannah Godwin Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by entrepreneur, real estate agent, podcast host, and reality TV star, Savannah Chrisley! Over the past 10 years, Savannah and her family gained recognition for their rapid success from their hit reality show, Chrisley Knows Best, with over 200 episodes and several successful spinoffs including Growing Up Chrisley, which featured Savannah and her brother as the stars of the show. Since then, Savannah leveraged her reality TV success with various entrepreneurial endeavors, including starting her own personal beauty brand, hosting her own podcast, and starting her own luxury reality company in Nashville. Although her career accolades have proven Savannah’s ability to succeed in whatever she puts her mind to, she has to endure it all through unique personal struggles from those close to her, including her parents being sent to prison for tax evasion and the tragic passing of her ex-fiancé. Savannah gives insight to how her life could be adapted into a Lifetime movie, starting on reality TV at age 15, how mental health should be prioritized and reform for minors in the entertainment industry, what negotiating looked like with family, the difference in pay between the two shows, how she spent her money in her late teens/early twenties, how the family was able to utilize their leverage with the network due to the value they brought, and how the show was impacted after her parents were found guilty at trial. Savannah also reveals how honesty and transparency allowed her to thrive, how she looks at money at this current moment, how her dad’s former business partner played a critical role in the trial, how complex the case against her parents was,  advocating their innocence, the biggest takeaways she has learned from the entire court cases, getting into politics from a people perspective about the broken prison system, and the role her faith plays in her daily life. How did the Chrisley’s end up with a reality show in the first place? Was she making more on the show or social media? Is money a motivator? What was her time on Special Forces like?  Savannah reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Guest: Savannah Chrisley Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by reality TV personality that you all know from MTV’s Jersey Shore, Angelina Pivarnick! Angelina joined the cast of the hit reality show back in 2009 for the first two seasons of the show, and has since returned to the franchise spin-off Jersey Shore Family Vacation for the past six seasons. Although Angelina and the cast of the show received some criticism from media outlets everywhere, the group became a pop culture phenomenon with people all across the country. In fact, the show gained recognition internationally which resulted in 10 other countries creating their own version of the show over the years. Angelina has capitalized off of her success from the show with various brand deals, making appearances on other reality shows, and even pulling her entrepreneurial skills by creating her own false eyelash company.  Angelina gives insight to how taking a DNA test revealed family lies about who her real father is, what it was like meeting her biological father and the reveal of having a whole other family to get to know, how she feels about the villain arc she has been given on Jersey Shore and how it impacted her opportunities, working as a dental assistant, her wild resume, and the impact of when she left Jersey Shore before returning for Family Vacation. Angelina also reveals what her first big purchase was after hitting rock bottom, what financial lessons she learned during her divorce, why she bought her house under an LLC, how she was able to raise her rates as Jersey Shore continued to grow, how crucial Jersey Shore has been to American pop culture, the power of manifestation, her tips for manifestation, and what she has coming down the pipeline.Why did she leave Jersey Shore? What was her biggest low? Did she get paid for her wedding from MTV? What is her prediction for Jason?  Angelina reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guest: Angelina Pivarnick Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial  Abilitie has published The 12-Week MBA, a mini MBA curriculum for aspiring and rising business leaders. Buy the book and enroll in the 12-week program using code TRADINGSECRETS for $200 off your tuition.  https://www.abilitie.com/12weekmba
This week, Jason is joined by reality TV personality, model, actor, and podcast host, Jax Taylor! Many of you know Jax from his role on Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules, where he earned a recurring role after working as part of Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant staff back in 2013. After eight seasons on the show, Jax and his now wife Brittany decided to leave the show and focus on their personal lives. Prior to life on reality TV, Jax spent many years traveling the world as a paid model and occasionally landing acting gigs on shows such as Desperate Housewives and Dexter. More recently, Jax joined a cast full of reality TV personalities on a new reality competition show, House of Villains, which aired this past fall on E! However, the biggest news with Jax is about his dramatic return to Vanderpump Rules for Season 11 in 2024.  Jax gives insight to why he changed his name, how he broke away from the midwestern career track, what modeling was like prior to social media, how he went from overdrafting his account in order to be in certain spaces, how he was going to leave LA when Lisa Vanderpump called with the idea for Vanderpump Rules, his advice for getting out of credit card debt, and when he felt like he was financially made it. Jax also reveals how the show impacted his mental health, how he felt about leaving the show, what made him want to come back, how he has generated revenue, what someone needs to be prepared for when coming to LA to work in entertainment, how the conversation started about coming back to reality TV, and why he blocks people. What was the most outrageous thing he purchased during his time on Vanderpump Rules? What is his secret to digging himself out of rock bottom? What job did he almost leave LA for? Jax reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Bullseye Event Group's Players Tailgate Tickets: CLICK HERE for 10 % off your ticket to the #1 Event of Super Bowl Weekend in Las Vegas on Sunday, February 11th Abilitie: Use code TRADINGSECRETS for $200 off your tuition. abilitie.com/12weekmba Monarch Money  is the top-rated, all-in-one personal finance app. It gives you a comprehensive view of all your accounts, investments, transactions and more. Create custom budgets, set goals, and collaborate with your partner. And now get an extended thirty day free trial when you go to monarchmoney.com/secrets Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guest: Jax Taylor Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial  Abilitie has published The 12-Week MBA, a mini MBA curriculum for aspiring and rising business leaders. Buy the book and enroll in the 12-week program using code TRADINGSECRETS for $200 off your tuition.  https://www.abilitie.com/12weekmba
This week, Jason is joined by mother, baker, and founder of Baked by Melissa, Melissa Ben-Ishay! The New York City based entrepreneur’s brand became famous for its signature bite-sized cupcakes and treats starting back in 2008. Previously working in advertising, Melissa was unexpectedly fired and decided to reinvent herself based on her passion for baking after successfully selling her cupcakes through various catering based events. She opened her first retail store in 2009. Fast forward to today and Baked by Melissa now operates 14 total locations and delivers all across the US through her online marketplace. She has also partnered with organizations such as Make A Wish, Weight Watchers, Oatly and several other non-profit organizations all across the country. Melissa gives insight to what makes her bite-size cupcakes such a success in the baking industry, what goes into the product, what her first television spot was, how she was able to finance the company with human capital, where they do all the baking, what goes into the decision to collaborate with another brand, and how COVID impacted the business. Melissa also reveals how she keeps the customer in mind, what time is the busiest for the company, what she did on the day she was fired, why she was given the opportunity to write a cookbook, and why her food philosophy is. What is the core to her business? How did Baked by Melissa get into Madison Square Garden? Melissa reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guest: Baked by Melissa Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial Abilitie has published The 12-Week MBA, a mini MBA curriculum for aspiring and rising business leaders. Buy the book and enroll in the 12-week program using code TRADINGSECRETS for $200 off your tuition.  https://www.abilitie.com/12weekmba Robinhood: Now through April 30th, Robinhood is even boosting every single dollar you transfer in from other retirement accounts with a 3% Match.  Go to Robinhood.com/boost to get started!
For the first time EVER in Trading Secrets history we are releasing a 2nd Episode in the same week! That is because we have an exclusive episode as Jason is joined by two of Bachelor Nation’s fan favorite personalities and newest couple, Justin Glaze and Susie Evans! Justin rose to popularity during his time on Katie Thurston’s season of The Bachelorette, where he finished runner up before going on season 8 of Bachelor in Paradise that next year. In Susie’s case, she gained recognition on Clayton’s season on The Bachelor where she walked away as the winner but eventually ended things with Clayton after the show aired. However, this was not Susie’s first time in the spotlight, having previously been recognized as Miss Virginia USA in 2020 and Miss Virginia Teen USA in 2011. Not only do these two have similar Bachelor Nation paths, they also have a love of the arts, which has played a huge role in their careers. Justin, an accomplished painter, and Susie, an accomplished photographer and videographer, each of them have the ability to utilize their platform to create opportunities within the worlds that they are currently working in. Justin and Susie give insight to how they first met and the early days of getting to know each other, what they did for work prior to joining Bachelor Nation, how long the Bachelor was reaching out to Susie to be casted, how their lives changed professionally after being on the show, how Justin has always felt called to work in corporate, why Susie doesn’t think you need to get into debt to make your dreams come true, and what other shows Susie considered going on. Susie and Justin also reveal how the made the move from friendship to relationship, the move to LA, how much goes into content creation, where Susie sees her future within the photography and videography industry, how they enjoy making content together, their different organizational styles, and how they talk about money.Who did they almost end up rooming with in LA? What platform was challenged for Justin while working in finance? When did Susie take her first brand deal? What are their financial green and redflags? Justin and Susie reveal all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guest: Justin Glaze & Susie Evans Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial Abilitie has published The 12-Week MBA, a mini MBA curriculum for aspiring and rising business leaders. Buy the book and enroll in the 12-week program using code TRADINGSECRETS for $200 off your tuition.  https://www.abilitie.com/12weekmba Try Stitch Fix today at https://stitchfix.com/TRADINGSECRETS and you’ll get 25% off when you keep everything in your Fix. Right now get an extended thirty-day free trial from Monarch Money when you go to https://monarchmoney.com/secrets
This week, Jason is joined by one of Bachelor Nation’s most well-known personalities and podcast king, Nick Viall! If you watch reality TV, then you’re probably seen Nick come across your TV screen over the last decade between appearances on The Bachelorette twice, Bachelor in Paradise, The Bachelor, Dancing With The Stars, Special Forces, and the Masked Singer. However, Nick has leveraged his reality TV fame into numerous lucrative business endeavors, including establishing one of the top culture podcasts in the world. The Viall Files has over 150 million downloads in the last five years. Most recently, Nick announced that he has founded his own media company, Envy Media and audio first lifestyle company focused on pop culture and relationship themed shows. Nick gives insight to how Special Forces differentiates from other reality shows, not focusing on what you cannot control, how he protects his mental health, the benefits of being in the public eye, the importance of having women voices involved with the podcast, how he landed the exclusive podcast with Gypsy Rose Blanchard, and how creating a comfortable environment for guests has been critical to the success of his shows.Nick also reveals what podcasts he considers competition, how Katie and Dana ended up being the first podcast he’s producing that he is not on, how the podcasting industry is changing, what he hopes is inspiring to others, why he reinvests in his businesses, what his relationship with Bachelor Nation is like, and comparing his time on Special Forces to other reality shows he has been on. When did he first work with a publicist?  Did he have to pay to get Gypsy Rose on the podcast? Who is his dream guest? What is he hoping to accomplish in 2024? Nick reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guest: Nick Viall Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial  Abilitie has published The 12-Week MBA, a mini MBA curriculum for aspiring and rising business leaders. Buy the book and enroll in the 12-week program using code TRADINGSECRETS for $200 off your tuition.  https://www.abilitie.com/12weekmba
This week, Jason is put in the hot seat by the voice of the viewer and the curious Canadian, David Arduin! In this yearly recap, Jason and David reflect on the predictions made last year,  make predictions for 2024, discuss navigating missteps, what hobbies they want to explore, and what Jason would do differently. The Money Mafia gets their questions answered from different aspects of the year from a glimpse at the numbers on social, the talent agency, and of course the podcast. Jason and David reveal the Spotify wrapped stats and takeaways, impact of switching networks, where the show has seen growth, and which episodes were the top three and hopes for 2024.   What can be expected with his new book “Talk Money to Me”? What was his biggest splurge in 2023? What is Jason manifesting for the podcast this year? Can we expect live podcast dates?  Jason reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by one of Bravo’s newest and most beloved cast members on the new hit show Southern Charm, Olivia Flowers! Olivia became well known after joining Southern Charm’s cast in 2022 before season eight of the show. However, prior to that, Olivia actually started out in a career working behind the scenes of Hollywood as a production assistant for various TV shows and shorts. Olivia has made the most of her time on the show becoming a fan favorite in such a short period of time too. However, it has not been easy for her having gone through a very public breakup and the unexpected loss of her brother last year.   Olivia gives insight to how she has been enjoying the major change within the last two years of her career, the reality of coming to LA and romanticizing the idea of acting, how her parents supported her, the importance of enjoying the process of working through each stage of your career, moving to Atlanta and getting more auditions, the different roles she works in the television industry, and how acting has taught her how to control her emotions and not be impulsive in moments. Olivia also reveals the difference between scripted and unscripted TV, how she ended up on Southern Charm, how she would like to expand on her interests, how setbacks can lead to fueling progress and an impact on others, advocating for therapy, how to manage money in relationships, and her best advice for branding yourself. How much time do you get for an audition? What does she think her niche will be? What has been her biggest challenge she has had to overcome now with having a big platform? What was her biggest financial high? Olivia reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Olivia Flowers Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by content creator, podcast host, and former Barstool Sports personality, Alex Bennett! Alex co-hosts the Mean Girl podcast alongside Jordyn Woodruff and has been a content creator for the network since she was hired on in 2021. Prior to joining Barstool, Alex was known for her appearance on Bravo’s TV reality show Sweet Home Alabama where she worked for the show’s star, Jennifer Welsh. Shortly after, Alex was discovered by Barstool when a string of social media posts of her following and her mother went viral. A few years later, 500,000+ social media followers, Alex has taken full advantage of her major career change.  Alex gives insight to when she started talking about money, what the hiring process and contract was like when she started at Barstool, why she thinks you have to do things for free sometimes, how she started picking herself over other people, why she has to stop looking at the numbers for the podcast, thinking outside the box with OnlyFans. Alex returns in the first ever before and after to reveal the numbers behind her time at Barstool, the process and timeline of how she left Barstool, how they almost lost the IP due to ghosting, where she stands with Dave currently, how she launched her own media company, the money behind her divorce, and liking herself more. What platform is her favorite? What role did LinkedIn play in her getting hired at Barstool? What is the worst investment she ever made? What is the best thing that has ever happened to the podcast? How many offers did they get after leaving Barstool? Alex reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Alex Bennett Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by Chris Harrison for part 2! Chris gives insight to how The Bachelor was first perceived by others in the television industry, how the Bachelorette came to be, how firing his agent landed him at Endeavor and got better terms in his contract, the balancing act of negotiations between different networks, when his life financially changed, and what misconceptions are behind hosting the Bachelor. Chris also reveals how he didn’t travel when the show started, where all the rose ceremonies used to take place, how he feels about The Bachelor currently and his time on the show,  the importance of taking time to mourn and heal, why he thinks the emotional journey of the Bachelor prepared previous contestants for other reality competitions, and how his podcast came to be. Was he able to monetize outside of the show? Has hosting come across his desk since leaving The Bachelor? What reality shows has he been asked to be on? Chris reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Chris Harrison Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by good friend, Bachelor Nation Hall of Famer, former host of ABC’s The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, and all the franchise spinoffs over a 20 year span, the one and only Chris Harrison! Chris spent 20 years becoming the face of one of reality TV’s top franchises and establishing himself as one of the top hosts in all of television. His host resume is extensive outside the Bachelor Franchise as he has hosted “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” and the Miss  America pageant, and of course, carpet coverage at the Emmys just to name a few. He is also the author of The Perfect Letter. In recent years, after a highly publicized departure from his host title of The Bachelor shows, Chris has looked to embark on other career endeavors. In and out of the media space, he is now hosting one of iHeart’s top podcasts, “The Most Dramatic Podcast Ever.” Chris gives insight to how playing soccer ended up kicking off his career in hosting, how he made more coaching soccer when he first started working the weekend morning show on a top 50 market, how he worked his way up KWTV, why he passed up his dream job for a job in LA, how his newcasting experience helped him land a movie role, and how he kept his eye out for new opportunities. Chris also reveals how he was able to balance the horse racing job and hosting on HGTV, the difference between game show host compared to other hosting jobs, how doing a favor landed him the Bachelor hosting job, and always trusting his gut.What was the funniest business moment of his life? What was his dream job? Was it a risk to take the unscripted reality dating TV show?  Chris reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Chris Harrison Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by reality star, singer, model, actress, philanthropist, and author, Luann de Lesseps! Luann was featured in the first 13 of 14 seasons of the Real Housewives of New York City and fan couldn’t get enough. She transformed her career as a nurse into becoming one of Bravo’s biggest stars, so big in fact, that she was named the number one housewife by TV Guide, surpassing all 46 housewives across the franchise cities. She has gone on to start her own Cabaret show “Countess and Friends” and her most recent television project, Luann and Sonia Welcome to Crappie Lake premiered on Bravo and Peacock.  Luann gives insight to how her fans inspired the name of her next tour, when she knew she became a household name, the journey of creating Cabaret and how it has adapted over the years, how she got into modeling, acting in Italy, how manifestation plays a role in confidence, a moment that truly stands out to her while working in unscripted TV, and the business plan behind starting Cabaret. Luann also reveals what has been the most lucrative for her, how she felt when she found out that the how was getting a full reboot, how people have missed opportunities because they haven’t followed their instincts, how she came up with Fosé and what happened to it, and how she is always moving forward. Did she have any hesitation in joining the show? How does she feel about Bethany Frankel’s movement on reality TV? Who does she have in common with Kristen Chenoweth, Bette Midler and Barbara Streisand? Luann reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Luann de Lesseps Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by dentist and founder of Shuayb Dental Institute in Tampa Bay, Florida, Dr. Omar Shuayb! Dr. Omar and his brother opened their practice in 2005 and 18 years later, they now own and operate not one, not two, not three, but seven practices in Florida. Their practices offer a full scope of general and cosmetic dentistry with expertise ranging from regular dental check-ins and dental services all the way to a full set of new teeth. They have generated such a high level of success in the Florida market that they have tagged the official dental practice of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  Dr. Omar gives insight to which practice in the dental industry is most lucrative, why he believes that starting your own practice is best, the education needed to work in the dental field, when he would recommend braces and/or invisalign, what insurance won’t cover, how insurance impacts the price of each service, the importance of being frugal and paying off loans as fast as possible, the value in getting a second opinion, and answers the money mafia’s questions about all things dental! Does he recommend composites? What is the difference between veneers and crowns? Who has been the most scared of getting work done?  PLUS Jason is joined by Dr. Ian Mort and Dr. Joe Mort in the recap and dive deeper into the dental industry! Dr. Omar reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Dr. Omar Shuayb Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by content creator and social media influencer and correspondent, Katie Feeney! Currently a junior at Penn State University, Katie is blazing her own trail into a career in sports journalism and also content creation. She has been at the forefront of marrying social media with traditional broadcasting by reporting via TikTok, YouTube Shorts, and Instagram, while also being the first person to ever surpass $1,000,000 in earnings via Snapchat. With her massive network of over 13 million combined followers on her social media platforms, that was impressive enough. Katie might be best known for her work as the first social media correspondent for the NFL, the White House, and her everyday lifestyle content about college life. Katie gives insight to what her dream jobs were growing up, her advice for her younger audience who aspire to work in the social media industry, what Penn State has been like since becoming a social media star, the importance of consistency, how she has been the first in the game when a new platform appears, and how her family reacted to her social media success. Katie also reveals which year was her highest revenue year on Snapchat, why she thinks Snapchat is going to continue to grow, where she hasn’t taken any shortcuts, how she manages her money and being aware of where her money is, working as a correspondent for the White House, how she landed her correspondent job with the NFL, and where she would like to expand her correspondence. Has she thought about dropping out of college to focus on social media? Which college did she originally plan on attending? Does she get paid working with the White House? Is she more focused on career building or the money aspect?  Katie reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Katie Feeney Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by world renowned actor and stand up comedian who has been making audiences around the world laugh for almost four decades, Scott “Carrot Top” Thompson! Scott’s comedy career and Carrot Top persona quickly became well known for his three trademarks; red hair, performing hilarious prop comedy acts, and his tiny shorts. His comedic skill set earned him acting jobs across film and television for the better part of 25 years. Named Comedian of the Year and Performer of the Year, both are considered some of his more notable accomplishments. However, one of Scott’s most impressive career marks comes from his long standing residency in Las Vegas, 17+ years performing at Luxor, 10 years at MGM before that, and a year at Bally’s.  Scott gives insight to the blessing and curse of naming himself Carrot Top and staying in that lane, how he came up with the name, how he almost turned down the Vegas residency, how the president of the Luxor called him and convinced him to take the gig, how the pay compares between roadshows and residencies, the difference between 2-wall and 4-wall shows, and shares some of his most memorable shows. Scott also reveals a time when he left comedy but was brought back by one of his best friends, what his relationship with money is like, the work behind being famous, how a broken leg and coming back during COVID lead him back to the roots of storytelling, what the best thing he has done for his career is, and his best career advice. What is a Q rating? Who did he give a hard time about not selling merchandise? Which professionals has he been most impressed with? Does he gamble?  Carrot Top reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Scott “Carrot Top” Thompson Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by social media personality, fashion model, and Bachelor Nation fan favorite, Tyler Cameron! After a successful Season1, Tyler accepted an opportunity to join Season 2 of Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test, which debuted at the end of September. The series gives contestants a taste of what it’s like to become a Special Forces agent by competing in an array of challenges designed to break them down physically and psychologically and push them into dealing with incredibly different reality   Tyler puts Jason in the seat about his personal life and the dog situation before he gives insight to his rule with ex’s, how he looks at dating now, why he thinks it’s difficult to date someone in the industry, the difference between life in NYC and going back home, the demanding schedule of working the influencing industry, how social media has changed in growth and monetary ways since his last appearance on Trading Secrets, what he thinks Bachelor Nation should also capitalize on, how he manages his social media, and how dating doesn’t have to be brought to social media. Tyler also reveals how intense Special Forces is, who he thinks the toughest contestants are for season 2, why he thinks the season is tougher than the first season, when they get paid for Special Forces, what a death letter is, how the show changed his habits, and answers a few rapid fire questions. Has he talked to Gigi Hadid since the last episode? What other reality tv show was he offered and what shows would he be willing to go on? Who was Tyler talking about in regards to which ex Bachelorette contestant didn’t make Special Forces?  Tyler reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Tyler Cameron Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by Bachelor Nation fan favorite turned singer-songwriter, Carly Waddell! Many know Carly from her time on The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise, but what you may not know is that Carly comes from a long history of singing and songwriting where she even toured the world as a headliner for the cruise industry before being discovered by producers of the Bachelor franchise. While Carly took a break from music to see through her experience in Bachelor Nation, raising her young kids, and eventually going through a very public divorce, Carly has recently jumped back into the music world, releasing her first debut EP. Carly gives insight to getting into Tisch Music at NYU and transferring to Oklahoma, wanting to get into Broadway, how she landed her cruise line gig, how she learned to negotiate, how her brother made it to hometown dates on The Bachelorette which lead to her being on the show, and how social media has changed since she was on the show. Carly also reveals how she made income after Bachelor in Paradise the first time, how she felt after the first season, how she changed her ring from her engagement from BIP, what the wedding was like on Bachelor in Paradise, BTS of her podcast with Jade, how her and Evan kept finances separate, using a mediator during the divorce process, and how she got back into music. Who else dropped out of Tisch the same time she did? What season of the Bachelor did they offer her originally? When did she make the most money?  Carly reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Carly Waddell Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by entrepreneur, magician, and mentalist, Oz Pearlman! Although Oz took to magic at a young age, he took to Wall Street to begin his career before making the decision to move to magic and entertainment full time. Starting off by performing at restaurants, kid shows, and smaller events, Oz now performs over 150 dates per year in front of tens of thousands of people including a client list of politicians, professional athletes, A list celebrities and Fortune 500 companies around the world. On top of all of that, Oz has also championed himself to be an extremely successful long distance runner in marathons and ultra marathons. Oz has transitioned his love for magic and mentalism from a childhood hobby to a part time gig to a full blown business success.  Oz gives insight to his definition of a mentalist, the importance of picking someone who will give the best reaction, what social skills he implements that can be applied in any situation, how he is able to keep is calm during television appearances, the power in note taking, how America’s Got Talent was the launching point to his success, and how he caters his act to the audience. Oz also reveals the need to know the power dynamic, how hearing no is a good indicator that you are charging the right prices, how to get your foot in the door, the correlation between how much effort is put in and creating opportunities, and wraps up with a trick. Who introduced him to magic? Which created the biggest impact for him to go from Wall Street banker to a professional in the mentalist space? What type of event does he do most often?  Oz reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Oz the Mentalist Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
This week, Jason is joined by former investment trader on Wall Street turned personal finance content creator, Your Rich BFF aka Vivian Tu! Over the past few years, Vivian has gained popularity on social media for sharing financial advice on investing money and building wealth. Between TikTok and Instagram, she has generated over 6 million followers, who she calls the leftovers, for whom she wants to share the lessons she learned on Wall Street and offer her best personal finance tips and tricks to readers of all ages and demographics. Vivian gives insight to the three tips she will provide to her own children, what a 529 account is, her method up or out, how to improve your credit score, her time at University of Chicago and which lead to working on Wall Street, how her fiancé was able to land a job on Wall Street without attending a feeder school, what working on Wall Street was like and how she left to work at BuzzFeed. Vivian also reveals how quitting her full-time job allowed her 24/7 to work on her own personal business, how she was able to utilize a forecasting model to allow her to build her business, her various revenue streams, her understanding of social media’s shelf life, how she’s built trust with her audience, and her best and worst investments. Why did she decide to leave Wall Street? How is she creating content that is engaging to her audience? What is a stick and a yard? What is her opinion of billionaires? Vivian reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!  Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O’Connell Guests: Vivian Tu Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast!  Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast  Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial 
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Brittany Leigh

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Oct 18th
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Launne Kolla

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Jul 22nd
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Joyce Corriveau Cannon

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Katie McGill

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May 28th
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