Current President and Executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute Yaron Brook joins Adam for this week's episode of Take A Knee. Adam opens the show asking Yaron about growing up in Israel before moving to the US and becoming a citizen. Then Yaron talks about his new book 'Equal is Unfair: America's Misguided Fight Against Income Inequality'. This leads to a long conversation on personal responsibility, hard work, taxes and the government's role in our daily lives. Before they wrap, Adam and Yaron share their ideas on the free market and minimum wage.
Adam and Stephan open the show discussing the philosophy in Stephan’s book, the 5 Hour Work Day, and how Stephan developed his philosophy. Stephan then explains a couple of his successful businesses, including his paddle board company that appeared on Shark Tank. The discussion turns to the current work-life paradigm in the United States, how it started, and how it compares to other industrialized nations. Next they talk some of the misconceptions of improving productivity, and how some employees are able to stand out amongst the others. They take a look at how these principles apply to different industries. They close the show talking about how time is unquestionably are most valuable resource.
APR Energy CEO John Campion sits down with Adam for this week's episode of Take A Knee. Adam opens the show asking John about his upbringing in Ireland as well as his emigration to the US with only 26 dollars in his pocket. Then John shares some stories of him working with Michael Jackson and The Rolling Stones as a roadie before starting his power supply company for major events like the Olympics. This leads Adam to ask John about where the future of energy is heading, and which type of energy is most effective. Before they wrap, John talks about his extensive car collection with Adam.