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An aggressive optimist, Jason believes strongly in the power of the individual to improve themselves and thus, the world.  Believing in the beauty of all things he finds true joy in interacting with unique individuals, helping them find their best possible self.  Be sure to subscribe to his podcast, Spinning Logic and sign up for his newsletter to be notified of new posts.

Latest Posts

Spinning Logic #146 – Frankie Picasso

Frankie Picasso is a Canadian Social Preneur, Talk Show Host, Artist and champion for change who has been transforming lives and influencing culture for the past 30 years. She is the author of the book Midlife Mojo: How to get through the midlife crisis and emerge as your true self. Connect with Jason on Facebook , Instagram , or Twitter Connect with Frankie through her website, Facebook or Twitter Show Notes Frankie’s Book I Bared My Chest Alex Okoroji Frankie’s Show Mission Unstoppable Check out FrankiePaintsPets Rwanda Aleppo Story of Daryl Davis    ... read more

Spinning Logic #145 – Dr. Mark Miller

Dr. Mark Miller received a Petroleum Engineering PHD from Stanford and was a Professor at the University of Texas for 18 years. In 2014 and 2016, he was the Libertarian Party nominee for Texas Railroad Commissioner. We sit down to discuss the Libertarian party, The position of Texas Railroad Commissioner, Fracking and Dr. Miller’s Book Oil & Gas and the Texas railroad Commission: Lessons for Regulating a Free Society. Connect with Dr. Miller on his Website , Twitter, and Facebook Dr. Millers Book Oil & Gas and the Texas Railroad Comission Show Notes Texas Railroad Cimissioner Rule of Capture Shale Gas and Fracking Orphaned Wells Gerrymandering Gary Johnson Getty Oil Company University of Texas at Austin Ross Perot’s VP Candidate Admiral James Stockdale... read more

Spinning Logic #144 – Pamela Covington

The life of Pamela M Covington took an unforeseen turn and she found herself deep in poverty struggling to work her way out. She documented her story in the book, “A Day at the Fare: One Woman’s Welfare Passage,” describing her unexpected plunge into (and triumphant emergence from) a life below poverty level.  These days she’s on a mission to empower others, speaking to people about motivation, self-esteem, welfare independence, literacy, education, and more.  In this podcast we explore the misconceptions of how people enter into poverty, the systemic difficulties with getting out and her ideas on how to make the world a little bit better for everyone! Website: pamelamcovington.com Twitter LinkedIn Instagram EXCERPTS from “A Day at the Fare: One Woman’s Welfare Passage” Visit the A Day at the Fare’s GoFundMe    Show Notes Pamela’s Blog: Poverty and Welfare in Our United States PTSD Information Literacy Rate in America Child Nutrition Program Ben Carson Cliff... read more

Latest Podcasts

Spinning Logic #146 – Frankie Picasso

Frankie Picasso is a Canadian Social Preneur, Talk Show Host, Artist and champion for change who has been transforming lives and influencing culture for the past 30 years. She is the author of the book Midlife Mojo: How to get through the midlife crisis and emerge as your true self. Connect with Jason on Facebook , Instagram , or Twitter Connect with Frankie through her website, Facebook or Twitter Show Notes Frankie’s Book I Bared My Chest Alex Okoroji Frankie’s Show Mission Unstoppable Check out FrankiePaintsPets Rwanda Aleppo Story of Daryl Davis    ... read more

Spinning Logic #145 – Dr. Mark Miller

Dr. Mark Miller received a Petroleum Engineering PHD from Stanford and was a Professor at the University of Texas for 18 years. In 2014 and 2016, he was the Libertarian Party nominee for Texas Railroad Commissioner. We sit down to discuss the Libertarian party, The position of Texas Railroad Commissioner, Fracking and Dr. Miller’s Book Oil & Gas and the Texas railroad Commission: Lessons for Regulating a Free Society. Connect with Dr. Miller on his Website , Twitter, and Facebook Dr. Millers Book Oil & Gas and the Texas Railroad Comission Show Notes Texas Railroad Cimissioner Rule of Capture Shale Gas and Fracking Orphaned Wells Gerrymandering Gary Johnson Getty Oil Company University of Texas at Austin Ross Perot’s VP Candidate Admiral James Stockdale... read more

Spinning Logic #144 – Pamela Covington

The life of Pamela M Covington took an unforeseen turn and she found herself deep in poverty struggling to work her way out. She documented her story in the book, “A Day at the Fare: One Woman’s Welfare Passage,” describing her unexpected plunge into (and triumphant emergence from) a life below poverty level.  These days she’s on a mission to empower others, speaking to people about motivation, self-esteem, welfare independence, literacy, education, and more.  In this podcast we explore the misconceptions of how people enter into poverty, the systemic difficulties with getting out and her ideas on how to make the world a little bit better for everyone! Website: pamelamcovington.com Twitter LinkedIn Instagram EXCERPTS from “A Day at the Fare: One Woman’s Welfare Passage” Visit the A Day at the Fare’s GoFundMe    Show Notes Pamela’s Blog: Poverty and Welfare in Our United States PTSD Information Literacy Rate in America Child Nutrition Program Ben Carson Cliff... read more

Spinning Logic #143 – Brendan Guaghran

Brendan Gaughran is an expert in gut, liver and adrenal health. He spent 15 years in the healthcare industry before starting his own company Liver Medic. He now conducts health lectures to both physicians and the general public about the vital role liver plays in a person’s body and overall wellness.  In this podcast we discuss confusing and sometimes controversial issues of leaky health, adrenal fatigue and overall gut health.   Connect with Brendan LiverMedic.com Facebook Instagram   Show Notes Ray Allen CBD Oil MDMA Therapy The New Age Ayahuasca Candida Glyphosate Cancer Sugar Connection Enormity of Space Adrenal Fatigue... read more

Spinning Logic #142 – David Boaz

David Boaz is the executive vice president of the Cato Institute, an American Libertarian think tank. He is the editor of The Libertarian Reader and the author of 6 books including his most recent “The Libertarian Mind: a Manifesto for Freedom”. Today we discuss some of the basic tenets of Libertarianism, the difference between being Libertarian (Big L) vs. libertarian (small l), the war on drugs and the logic behind social liberalism and fiscal conservatism.   You can find out more about David here Or connect with David on Twitter You can buy his book A Libertarian Mind   Show Notes Liberalism and Libertarianism Gary Johnson The Libertarian think tank Cato Institute Iraq Iran war Timeline David mentioned the War on Drugs The Privatization of... read more

Spinning Logic #141 – James Poindexter

James Poindexter grew up in a shockingly abusive household until he was truly abandoned at the age of 10. After being passed around his family for a couple months he was placed in the dysfunctional foster care system. Despite these challenges, he was able to turn his life around to become a world champion martial artist. He now travels the world speaking about his experience defying the odds and overcoming life’s obstacles. He is also the author of Your Amazing Itty Bitty Foster and Adoptive Parent Guide- 15 Steps to Successfully Connect With Your Foster or Adoptive Teen”.   You can Connect with James Poindexter through his   Website Email LinkedIn Facebook Check out James’ book Your Amazing Itty Bitty Foster & Adoptive Parent Guide: 15 Key Steps to Successfully Connect With Your Foster Or Adopted Teen     Show Notes Itty Bitty Publishing Foster Care Upward Bound Ninjutsu: The Secret Art of the Ninja Ron Wilkerson Kung Fu Raymond “the Real Deal” Daniels 10th Planet Austin TX Eddie Bravo Bang Muay Thai Austin TX Duane “Bang” Ludwig Onnit Invitational James referenced this Henry Ford Quote... read more

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My Independence Day • Two Years Sober

Two years ago today I gave up alcohol. I consider July 6th to be my own Independence Day. That decision has given me the freedom to chase my dreams unencumbered by the passion dampening effects of a substance. Since then I have had the most empowering and productive two years of my life.

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Emotional Bank Account

Relationships are a series of emotional withdrawals and deposits you make with another person. A person who often makes more withdrawals than deposits. Those withdrawals come in the form of your time, love and attention.

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The Vitamin of Love

I think of Love like a vitamin that we all need. For some people Love is like Vitamin D and they can produce it internally, for others it is like Vitamin C and they must get it from an external source. For us to truly love others we must be able to produce love ourselves so we aren’t dependent on an external source, otherwise we just take love from others until they have nothing left to give.

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