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This week, Jason is joined by entrepreneur turned reality TV and social media star, Dylan Barbour!     Many of you may know Dylan from his time on the Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise where he met his now fiancé Hannah Godwin. What you may not know is Dylan is the co-founder of a fitness company, more tech than anything, allows people to work out while donating food to those in need.   Dylan gives insights his career in banking prior to the show, how he was casted for the Bachelorette and how his mom wanted to look over the contract before signing on, how Vizer was started with his cousin, how the app has expanded into multiple products in the health and wellness space, and his thoughts on influencer marketing. Dylan also reveals how he passed two of the CFA tests within the six months but never completed the third test,  how Vizer partnered with the number one behavioral economics researcher to help building the incentive model of the app, how he was able to monetize after being on the show, and why he refuses to be a part of a syndicate. What differences does Dylan see about Bachelor in Paradise when he was on it compared to now? How much money from influencing does he use to put into high risk CPG? What would he invest in right now and what would he stay away from? What competition did he win that resulted in $500K?    Dylan reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.   Produced by Dear Media.
This week, Jason is joined by luxury real estate agent and founder & CEO of the Agency, a billion dollar real estate brokerage, Mauricio Umansky!     Throughout his career, Mauricio has represented some of the world’s most noteworthy properties, including the Playboy Mansion, the Walt Disney Estate, residences owned by the one and only Michael Jackson, Michael Jordan, Prince, Lady Gaga in the first house in LA to sell above the a hundred million dollar mark. With a strong reputation in the industry and being featured on shows such as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the Agency has grown to over 50 offices and nearly 1,000 agents across North America and recently started their own reality luxury real estate show called Buying Beverly Hills.     Mauricio gives insights on what has differentiated the Agency and has lead to continued success in an oversaturated market, how he was able to make it look like he was the only person doing business in real estate, how he was able to get a clothing line in JC Penney and how he carried that mentality over to real estate, and being prepared for every situation and being present are major keys to success. Mauricio also reveals how he took advantage of recessions in his real estate career, who his first few clients were, how Lady Gaga became a client, the importance of finding a good advisor when it comes to real estate, why he doesn’t negotiate fees, what makes his show Buying Beverly Hills different from the other real estate shows, and what can be expected in his new book Real Deal which is set to release April 10, 2023. What are the benefits of joining a real estate team?  When did he reach a million dollars in revenue? Is a recession a good time to buy your dream home?   Mauricio reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.   Sponsors: Head to squarespace.com/secrets for a free trial and when you’re ready to launch use OFFERCODE: SECRETS to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.   Produced by Dear Media.
This week, Jason is joined by board certified dermatologist, founder of SLMD skincare, and social media star known for her series on TLC, Dr. Pimple Popper, Sandra Lee!    Years before getting her own TV show, Sandra earned the nickname Dr. Pimple Popper from her YouTube videos where she posted these bizarre, yet fascinating pimple popping videos that captivated audiences across the country. After realizing that people found her field of work so interesting to watch, she soon turned her medical profession into a viral sensation. Suddenly a TV show, a skincare line, new book and a combined 30+ million followers (aka the Popaholics) across all social media platforms. Dr. Lee has supplanted herself atop her profession in the media world.    Dr. Sandra Lee gives insights to the virality of pimple popping and how it all started with posting a blackhead video on instagram,the impact of a client sharing their story in a blackhead video, the wild world of YouTube when it comes to ads and her content, why she believes some of her patients come to her, and what products she recommends.Sandra also reveals how she got into dermatology, how difficult it can be to get into the speciality, how her and her husband took over her dad’s practice when he retired and took it to the next level, how she took her revenue from YouTube and invested it into her skincare line, and what she considered before agreeing to the TLC show. How much education goes into becoming a dermatologist? How does Dr. Lee find her patients? What is her number one tip when it comes to acne and blackheads? When should you pop your pimples?    Sandra reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.   Sponsors: Rocketmoney.com/secrets to cancel your unwanted subscriptions Zocdoc.com/tradingsecrets to download the Zocdoc app for FREE   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.
This week, Jason is joined for the second time by one of the fastest growing social media superstars, Corporate Natalie!    Last year, Natalie was featured on E’s list of 21 TikTok stars to follow in 2021. Within the last year, her social media growth has been expedited and as of the last few weeks she was officially named on the Forbes 2023 30 under 30 in the creator’s space. Natalie gives insight on the strategy of attending an event like Revolve, how much glam can cost and why she will spend the money on an expensive artist, how she wants to utilize her passion for teaching, leading, and advising, and why it is important to have a contingency plan. Natalie also reveals the behind-the-scenes of the application and nomination process of Forbes 30 under 30 and why she finds planning and numbers difficult in the influencer space due to no traditional salary. What is her goal to complete in the next five years? What is her biggest spending area? How does she feel about her last name being out there?    PLUS, Jason gives Natalie the chance to put him in the hot seat. Natalie grills Jason on all things brand deals, podcasting, prenups, PR, and more.     All of that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook!   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.   Produced by Dear Media.
This week, the voice of the viewer, David Arduin takes over hosting and puts Jason in the hot seat!   In this final episode of 2022, Davis grills Jason on all the burning questions you could think of for the year, including questions from the listeners! From the top three podcast episodes and statistics from Spotify Wrapped to the numbers behind Jason’s book “The Restart Roadmap” to his personal finance numbers, nothing is off the table. Jason gives insight to his talent agency Rewired Talent and purpose of rebranding Restart, what his biggest deal was, and the gross income for ad revenue, the talent agency, and his personal brand. Did Jason make more this year or last? Who are a few of his dream podcast guests? What were his most fulfilling speaking events?   Jason reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook Listen to Trading Secrets on Spotify here.   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.   Sponsors: Download the Dave app from the App Store today or go to Dave.com/secrets - sign up for an Extra Cash account and get $500 instantly Rocketmoney.com/secrets to cancel your unwanted subscriptions   Produced by Dear Media.
This week, Jason is joined by social media influencer and TikTok Megastar Griffin Johnson!    Griffin rose to social media fame in the early stages of the pandemic after being a founding member of Sway LA, a notoriously “fratty” TikTok collaboration house comprising some of the most popular online stars. Since then, Griffin’s social media following has grown to over 13 million followers between TikTok and Instagram and if you include all the other social media platforms out there, it's 15 million+. He’s now led various other career opportunities within acting, music, and the investing space.    Griffin provides insight on how he started on TikTok with the sole intention of making money, how attending Playlist Live resulted in the launching point of his social media career, how much money he made with each venture, and his different interests in the film world. Griffin also reveals how he was originally in nursing school to go into anesthesia with never having any ambitions to do social media, what the biggest deal he lost while living in the Sway house, what his best business move was, and what project he is most excited for. What was his first brand deal?  How did he end up with a lip tattoo? What is the most ruthless industry he has been exposed to? What is his finance goal for 2023?   Griffin reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.   Sponsors: Nextevo.com/podcast code TRADINGSECRETS for up to 25% off subscription orders of $40 or more   Produced by Dear Media.
This week, Jason is joined by Bravo legend and on the OG cast members of Real Housewives of New Jersey, Caroline Manzo!    Caroline appeared in the inaugural season of the hit Bravo series and instantly became a fan favorite for her loving, bluntly honest personality. After five seasons on the show, she decided to step away and start a spinoff series called Manzo’d with Children which ran for four seasons, ending in 2017. Now five years removed from reality television, Caroline has been able to focus her career toward other interests.    Caroline provides insight on how she negotiated for herself when it came to her TV contract, the differences between being on Real Housewives and Manzo’d with Children, the importance of being yourself, and how her new YouTube cooking show, Food, Love and Chaos with Caroline Manzo is around teaching people not be afraid of cooking. Caroline also reveals how she feels about being called a fan favorite, how she was discovered and cast for Real Housewives of New Jersey with the help of her sister, the differences between her two books, and what her experiences at Bravo Con have been like. What is her best advice for negotiating? What were the biggest differences between being on Real Housewives of New Jersey and Manzo’d with Children? How has she monetized on social media after being on the show? Where are the best places to eat in New Jersey?    Caroline reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.   Sponsor: Download the Dave app from the App Store today or go to Dave.com/secrets - sign up for an Extra Cash account and get $500 instantly     Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.
This week, Jason is joined by the 26th and most recent leading man from ABC’s The Bachelor, Clayton Echard!    Clayton’s season aired earlier in 2022 and instantly looked as one of the more shocking, controversial, and entertaining seasons. Even though craziness ensued throughout his season and in the media, he acknowledged the area that he could have handled better, took ownership, and has since applied that to his everyday life and profession. From being an NFL player to working medical sales to reality TV star and now Health and Wellness coach, Clayton’s life pre and post show has been full of a variety of earnings.   Clayton provides insight on his college career into the NFL, the wide variety in pay for each career he has had, how he would be in on the surgeries while working in medical sales, and the importance of finding balance that allows him to still chase his passions. Clayton also reveals the impact of having supportive bosses, how a quarter life crisis prompted him to look for new opportunities, the difference between his process of ending up on the Bachelorette compared to Jason’s,  and which former Bachelorette gave him support and the best advice.  Did he go back to work between filming the Bachelorette and the Bachelor? Who pushed him to continue working with his passions in mind? Did he make more money working in medical sales or The Bachelor? How much did he actually make in the NFL?    Clayton reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Sponsors: Download the Match app today! Shopify.com/secrets to sign up for a free trial Get your first box for just $1.49 per meal by going to Everyplate.com/podcast and entering code 149secrets   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by blogger, podcaster, social media star and Barstool personality, Brianna Chickenfry LaPaglia!    It all started when Brianna LaPaglia ended up going viral on TikTok while being hungover that has landed her at Barstool where she is the host of BFFs and PlanBri Uncut, and her live tour Sleep When You’re Dead. She has grown a social media following of over 400,000 followers on instagram, 1.6 million on TikTok and continues to see her following grow each and every day. Brianna has established herself as a social media icon and has been able to capitalize on her unexpected fame in more ways than one.    Brianna gives insight to what working as an intern at Barstool looked like and how she landed the job, what the best and worst parts of being an influencer are, how much time goes into each podcast episode, and how she manages her money. Brianna also reveals how she was discovered and her career with Barstool, why she dropped out her senior year of college, what working with Dave and Josh is really like, and the power of speaking up for yourself. Which of her IP’s does Barstool own? Does Brianna recommend becoming an influencer? What are the biggest things Barstool is judging to gauge her success on? Who is her dream podcast guest?   Brianna reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Sponsors: Download the Match app today!   Download the Dave app from the App Store or go to Dave.com. Sign up for an Extra Cash account and get up to $500 instantly.   Getfirstperson.com code SECRETS for 15% off your first order   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by stay at home mom turned queen of couponing, Kiersti Torok!    Back in early 2020 when approximately 22 million Americans lost their jobs due to the COVID 19 pandemic, Kiersti and her family were like many others who had to make adjustments to their daily lives as inflation hit their bank hard. When her husband lost his job, she committed herself to finding every way to save money on everyday items and her love of couponing inspired her to start a TikTok page. Since then, her TikToks have continuously gone viral with shoppers across the country, wanting to discover the next best way to save some money.    Kiersti provides her insight to what she thinks consumers can expect going into Black Friday, the importance of shopping around and comparing prices, how couponing has changed since she started twelve years ago, how taking the extra few minutes to scan the items in your cart can save you additional money, and utilizing price matching. Kiersti also reveals her best advice for where to get coupons, how big of a role stacking plays, what she believes are going to be the top three places this Black Friday, why she only shares and utilizes coupons that she personally uses, and Which item should always be free? What is the biggest mistake the average consumer is probably making? Where should you not buy your home essentials?    Kiersti reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Saving Resources: Rakuten  Select Deals BrickSeek  Torok Coupon Hunter   Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Sponsors: Shopify.com/secrets to sign up for a free trial Nextevo.com code TRADINGSECRETS for up to 25% off subscription orders of $40 or more Download the Match App today! Butcherbox.com/secrets for 2 10 oz ribeyes FREE in every box for a full year   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by the fun loving and highly successful social media stars, Shannon Ford!    Many may remember Shannon as one of the main personalities on the hit TV show, Very Cavallari, where she worked as the social media manager for fashion company Uncommon James. Although her time on the show lasted just beyond a season, Shannon was able to take experience and turn what could have been fifteen minutes of fame into a full blown career success story.    Shannon gives insights to how she grew up with little money and how it shaped her mindset of always making money, prioritizing preserving friendships over projects, investing her own money into Probably a  Podcast and not signing to a starter network, how she ended up at Dear Media, and how staying true to herself got her hired at Uncommon James. Shannon also reveals what she pays in rent in New York compared to Nashville, what she was doing before she was hired as a social media manager and being casted for Very Cavallari, what happened to her original podcast Probably a Podcast, and why she looks at making big career goals over a certain dollar amount. What was her worst purchase decision?  Does she make more on Instagram or her podcast?    Shannon reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    PLUS, listener Julie from Boston gives insight to how she started her side hustle of teaching people how to sell printables on Etsy after working in tech. Julie worked as a project manager on the watch team at Apple before heading over to Amazon where she took a $50k pay cut. However, her Etsy side hustle grew to such a degree that she was able to leave Amazon and focus on growing her own business and masterclass to help others succeed on Etsy!   Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by renowned talk show host, Steve Wilkos!    Steve is best known for one of two things; being head security for the one and only Jerry Springer, or as the host of the long standing talk show, the Steve Wilkos Show, or both. What may not be known is Steve is a United States Marine Corps veteran and was a Chicago Police Department law enforcement officer for 14 years.  He has established himself as an authoritative figure and is known for his abrasive, yet constructive approach to helping guests on his show settle disputes and better themselves moving forward.    Steve gives insights on the importance of being prepared when transitioning jobs,  how he balanced his police career and working security for Jerry Springer simultaneously, how he ended up getting his show due to Jerry Springer going on Dancing with the Stars, and working with his wife as his executive producer. Steve also reveals what role his father played in his decision to join the military and later law enforcement, why he decided to leave the police force, what kind of contract he had, and how the Steve Wilkos show stands apart from all the other talk shows on air. Does Steve make more revenue through the show or social media? Which security job did he turn down to stay at Springer? Which Survivor cast member helped Steve get higher pay while working with Jerry Springer? How much of an impact does he have on the whole production on his show as a host?    Steve reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Sponsors: Shopify.com/secrets for a free trial Zocdoc.com/tradingsecrets to download the Zocdoc app for FREE   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by one of Bachelor Nation’s favorite personalities, Kelley Flanagan!    Kelley gained recognition after being on Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor and although she did not win Peter’s heart on the show, the two of them have reconciled after the show and have become one of Bachelor Nation’s favorite couples. Outside of her time on the show, Kelley has developed a very distinguished career as an attorney as well as establishing a social media following of over 1 million followers between Instagram and TikTok.    Kelley gives insights to her time at boarding school Culver Academies with a vast variety of important people and how it shaped her, how maintaining relationships is key, why she is investing her money from influencing instead of spending, and what life looks like with Lyme disease.  Kelley also reveals her parents upbringing and how her dad instilled the importance of education and knowledge, the highs and lows of working with family, her love of travel, sticking with careers you enjoy,  and if she sees herself becoming a CEO or owning an entire business. Does she consider herself to be more of an introvert or extrovert?  What kind of law does Kelley’s family practice? What does she want out of her professional life? Who got sued from Peter’s season regarding a giveaway?    Kelley reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by actor, singer, activist and Broadway superstar, Miguel Cervantes!    Miguel took on the lead role of Alexander Hamilton in the Chicago production Hamilton from 2016 to January 2020 where he then went on to play that same leading role on Broadway at the Richards Rogers Theater in New York, NY. He quickly became one of the more well known Broadway stars after Hamilton took the country by storm and continues to today. Beyond Hamilton, Miguel also has dedicated a big part of his life to advocacy for something closer to home.    Miguel shares insights to what it was like working on Broadway during the height of COVID and the impact it had on the live acting community, how opportunities happen when they are meant to and why preparation is the only antidote to fear and anxiety. Miguel also reveals what the typical week looks like for theater actors, the secret behind his side hustle Shu Caddy and what inspired it, his campaign “My Shot at Epilepsy” and continued support of CURE Epilepsy in honor of his daughter, Adelaide and the parallels he has with the Hamilton story. Did he always know he wanted to be a performer? What is a workshop agreement?  How is Miguel using his platform to share what CURE does? Where did the idea for Shu Caddy come from?    Miguel reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!    For more information:  CURE Epilepsy  Kelly Cervantes Blog ShuCaddy   Sponsors: Butcherbox.com/secrets for 1 10-14 lb turkey FREE in your first box Nextevo.com code TRADINGSECRETS for up to 25% off subscription orders of $40 or more   Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by star divorce lawyer Kelly Chang Rickert!    Kelly began practicing law back in 2000 and has since been coined the best divorce lawyer in Los Angeles. She is the founder of the Law and Mediation Offices of Kelly Chang, APLC which focuses on family law. Kelly has routinely appeared as a family law expert on television and radio and has written three Amazon #1 bestselling books in the law, children, marriage and divorce book categories.    Kelly gives insight to how celebrity divorces can get into the millions, how the divorce industry is rarely impacted by events such as the pandemic or recession, how dollars don’t fix a broken heart, and what the difference between child support and alimony is. Kelly also reveals why she thinks everyone should get a prenup, why written contracts are critical, why most lawyers charge a retainer and what that looks like, and what she really thinks about divorce. What does it mean to pre-engage with a divorce attorney? How many years was her longest divorce case?  How is child support and alimony determined? Do pets get treated like children in the case of divorce?   PLUS, Jason and David, the Curious Canadian, talk about some of the BIGGEST celebrity divorces and the shocking numbers behind them.    Kelly reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!     Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by global entrepreneur, philanthropist, beauty industry leader and CEO of ROLFS global, Francis Tesmer!      In collaboration with L’Oreal USA Professional Products, Francis founded LEAD, a revolutionary higher education program that is designed to elevate a new era of leaders for the ever-changing world of beauty, with a passion for women’s empowerment, social justice, economic growth, and sustainability. In addition to her professional success, she supports and collaborates with hundreds of not-for-profit organizations that help connect leaders from around the world to ensure positive changes are happening, holding prominent roles such as the President of the United Nations World Trade Point Federation - Germany, executive producer of a full-length documentary, and now CEO of the first ever education program that offers an Associate's and a Bachelor’s degree in beauty.    Francis gives insight to the human machine and the importance of learning how to operate it for your own success, how much of an impact education can play into your earning potential in the beauty industry, why she believes the beauty industry is so antiquated, and how beauty starts on the inside. Francis also reveals how she ended up in the beauty space, how she was able to partner with L’Oreal USA Professional Products, how LEAD is completely changing the beauty industry by accelerating knowledge, information, and resume for students, and what it means to be a thought leader. and what massive project she is engaged in. How many hours of sleep does Francis get a night? What is her thesis around beauty? How much does it cost to attend LEAD and earn a degree? What should we know about the industry as a consumer?    Francis reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!   Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Sponsor: Getfirstperson.com code SECRETS for 15% off your first order   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by actress and singer turned entrepreneur, investor, and food and lifestyle advocate Daniella Monet!      Many may know Daniella from her television and movie performances over the last 20 years, including Victorious, Zoey 101, and Nancy Drew, but after years of appearing on television screens, she has gone on to pivot from acting to focus on the development of her nutritional  business and investments. She has been exercising her entrepreneurial spirit by paving the way for vegan companies to make a mark on the industry. Daniella gives insight to why she doesn’t have an agent, how money was a topic of conversation while growing up, why she made the decision to be a vegan, how she decides to make her investments,  and how she started her app Daniella’s Digest. Daniella also reveals how many different side hustles she has had and which was the most profitable, her secret to memorizing lines, why she chose to get her GED equivalent to give herself more opportunities in the entertainment space, and what she would invest in right now if given a million dollars. Do films or television shows pay better? What should consumers know when deciding to go vegetarian or vegan? What was the worst investment she ever made? What is next for Daniella?   PLUS, Jason chats with listener Shawnna about the world of copywriting. Shawnna breaks down what a day in the life of a copywriter can look like, the different education paths that can be taken, what the income looks like, and how she went on to double her income in less than six months by starting her own business. What exactly is copywriting? What is her best advice when it comes to taking a leap of faith?    All of that is revealed and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!     Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Sponsors: Shopify.com/secrets to start selling online today ZocDoc.com/tradingsecrets to download the FREE ZocDoc app today   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by one of Bachelor Nation’s most loved and well-known personalities Joe Amabile aka Grocery Store Joe!      After being eliminated on night one and becoming an instant fan favorite, Joe went on to participate in Bachelor in Paradise twice where he met his now fiancé and competed on Dancing With The Stars. Outside of his time on reality tv, Joe co-hosts the Clickbait podcast and runs his own food blog and pasta sauce brand under the name Sundays with Joe. However, Joe has had a unique and unexpected path as he gives insight to how he got into day trading at the age of 19, his career shift to the grocery business, how he leans in to take advantage of his time of reality tv, and the process of getting his sauce in stores. Joe also reveals what he was like in high school, what he loves about hosting, the importance of product placement in grocery stores, and where he would love to see himself in five years. What are Joe’s biggest plays? What did his best and worst day as a day trader look like? What are the highest margins in grocery stores and where are consumers getting taken advantage of? How does Joe really feel about the name Grocery Store Joe?   PLUS, Jason chats with listener Kristin about the ins and outs of her pharmacy career. Kristin breaks down the schooling needed to be a pharmacist, the amount of student loan debt she took on, and the multiple routes that can be taken as a pharmacist. Where can you make the most money? When is the best time to go to the pharmacy?    All of that is revealed and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!     Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by social media megastar and father of the appointed first family of TikTok, Marc D’Amelio!    After the wild success on TikTok, Marc, Heidi, Dixie and Charli D’Amelio moved from Connecticut to California and have gone on to have continued to have massive success with a docu-series on Hulu and the launching of D’Amelio brands. Marc gives insight on navigating the world of social media, how the knowledge he gained from his apparel career led to creating D’Amelio brands, why the family signed with UTA, and who he thinks will last longer on Dancing With the Stars. Marc also reveals what filming The D'Amelio Show is really like, how to potentially get your product into an incubator company, and what his key to happiness is. What advice would Marc give to anyone looking to go into social media full-time? What can be expected on season two of The D'Amelio Show? Who was the first person they hired after getting traction on TikTok? What’s next for the D'Amelio's?   Marc reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!     Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Sponsor: mintmobile.com/secrets to get a new wireless plan for just $15 / month and get the plan shipped to your door for free!   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.   Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
This week, Jason is joined by Katie Gatti, the brilliant personality behind the highly regarded blog, podcast, and newsletter brand Money with Katie! In 2020, Katie started writing about personal finance and has gone on to reach a huge audience through her brand as well as covering finance topics for the popular morning newsletter Morning Brew. Katie gives insight on how inflation can be a borrower’s best friend, how having a big home can be a big liability, and reveals the best financial tips she's got.   In addition, Jason is joined by Jaci for the first ever listener interview! Jaci breaks down the all behind-the-scenes of being a teacher from the education needed to the range in salary and the importance of advocating for what you are worth. After teaching for 13 years, she left teaching for an education non-profit where she has nearly doubled her salary and uses those key skills that are gained from a teaching career.   Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group.   Sponsors: Getfirstperson.com code SECRETS for 15% off your first order of First Person   Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr   Produced by Dear Media.
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deb

Great Podcast Jason. Dean is a very interesting guy! Enjoyed your conversation.🌹 Looking forward to future interviews. @debsfraz

Oct 18th
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Launne Kolla

great first episode! @do.more.good

Jul 22nd
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Joyce Corriveau Cannon

love Jason's content! he goes there!

Jun 3rd
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Katie McGill

Such a good first episode! IG - katiemcgill1

May 28th
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Hayley Monnens

love the premise!! great episode.

May 26th
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