Guest Douglas Kruger: Locus of Control, Poverty Mindset, and Political Correctness – Ep 112

On today’s episode, I have an awesome guest, Douglas Kruger, all the way from South Africa! We discuss the mindset and choices one has to make to be wealthy or poor. Make no mistake it is an individual choice, not a collective order. In the back segment of the show we get into a discussion about his new book, Political Correctness Does More Harm Than Good, to discuss how the “official narrative,” though propped up with virtue signaling, is the foundation of the steady conquering of the individual by the collective. 

I am going to go buy his book and I hope you guys do too:

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Kyle Keegan

Kyle Keegan is a 30-year-old serial entrepreneur from Houston, TX. He has been self-employed since age 19 and has made every sacrifice and hustle necessary to make it work. Currently the CEO of three companies. Kill Bigger Media, providing high quality and educational business resources to entrepreneurs. A VC funded government technology startup and finally an industrial supply company serving some of the world’s largest companies. He is passionate about philanthropy, freedom, capitalism, economics, personal finance, investing and real estate. He has a BA in Business from Baylor University.

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