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Jade Warshaw & Dr. John Delony answer your questions and discuss:

"Should we sell our house?"

"I didn't tell my husband how much debt I have,"

"How quickly should I pay off my car?"

"Should I go into debt to prioritize my health?"

What happens if you don't pay your student loans,

Buying a home without a credit score,

"Our son won't move out, what can we do?"

"Paying for big purchases without credit cards,"

"Should we sell our house when we move?"

"How can I stop living paycheck to paycheck?

Today’s show: Kayak CEO Steve Hafner joins Jason to discuss the current landscape of the travel industry, its economic dynamics, emerging trends in hospitality, and much more!

Q: What are you going to do with your life? A: Live a pretty interesting one.

A lesson that his grandfather taught him: The only thing standing between Jimmy and the world would be a lack of imagination an an over abundance of caution. All he had to do was leap and the world would be his.

There is a lot of Mark Twain in Jimmy Buffett.

There was nothing normal about me. My drive was not normal. My vision of where I wanted to go in life was not normal. The whole idea of a conventional existence was like Kryptonite to me.

Jimmy Buffett and Warren Buffett: Their lives are illustrations of the power of compounding.

A hit song was nice. But owning the publishing on a hit song was even better.

You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something. — Steve Jobs

If you want to create and capture lasting value, don’t build an undifferentiated commodity business.

It is ironic that I was never categorizable and now I’m a category. — Jimmy Buffett

Billy asked me who I saw myself like in today's music scene. I told him, nobody. I really didn't see myself like anybody. What really set me apart in these days was my repertoire. It was more formidable than the rest of the players. There were a lot of better musicians around but there wasn't anybody close in nature to what I was doing.

No one is ever eager to fix a cash machine that isn't broken.

You can’t sell a bagless vacuum cleaner to people that make $500 million a year selling vacuum bags.

Something that grows exponentially can become so valuable that it's worth making an extraordinary effort to get it started.

My description of Jimmy Buffett:

-Blue collar work ethic

-Learning machine

-Loves it

-Won’t quit

What Jimmy Buffett and Kanye West have in common

Some say he arrogant.

Episode 503: Shaan Puri sits down with Cody Ko to talk about building the viral app I’d Cap That, his +$1M YouTube empire & partying with Elon Musk.

Grizzly bears had never killed a person in Glacier National Park until the night of August 12, 1967. That's when everything changed for National Parks moving forward.

Sam Bankman-Fried's trial starts today in the formidable Southern District of New York, with Judge Lewis A. Kaplan presiding. If convicted, the former multi-billionaire and CEO of crypto exchange FTX could spend the rest of his life behind bars. In this episode, Michael talks with court reporter and producer Lidia Jean Kott and former Southern District of New York prosecutor Rebecca Mermelstein, now a defense attorney with O'Melveny and Myers, about the charges against Sam and what we might expect as the trial gets underway.

This conversation was recorded on September 26th.

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