Today’s off-topic 10th episode starts off with Jason Hartman explaining how 1031 exchanges have helped his portfolio grow more than any other tool, as well as how to view your tenants rent in a way that will make you feel really good.

Then Jason talks with Sally Kohn, CNN political commentator, host of The State of the Resistance podcast and author of The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity, about why there’s so much hate in our country at the moment and how we need to continue acknowledging problems and working to get better.

Key Takeaways:

[3:40] The power of a 1031 exchange has been a godsend for Jason’s personal portfolio

[8:02] Your tenants are working to pay you ~40% of their work hours. That’s more than they work for anyone else.

Sally Kohn Interview:

[12:31] Technology makes us feel more anonymous, which isn’t always the best thing

[15:10] Does the US deserve credit for being better than the rest of the world?

[20:01] What definition of “hate” Sally’s working from

[24:12] Most people don’t think they’re hateful, they believe “those people” are hateful so the things they do are justified

[27:55] We have been taught throughout history that men should be in positions of power, which is a powerful thing to have to break through

Website:

www.SallyKohn.com

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

www.JasonHartman.com/Cruise

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