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Personal growth

Happy Fourth of July!

Listen as Dave takes a few moments before Independence Day to remind everyone that America still offers more opportunity, liberty, and freedom than any other country on earth.

Many already know

Josh wonders how he can convince his fellow millennials that government isn't the answer to everything. Dave explains he thinks many millennials already know this.

Boss says get a credit card

John's new job requires him to pay for company expenses out of his own pocket. He will be reimbursed each month, but John doesn't like this way of doing business. Dave offers some advice, and gives his take on how company expenses should be handled.

Interview follow-up

Krista needs advice on how to follow-up a few weeks after a job interview for a sales manager's position. Dave thinks she should put her sales skills to work.

Establish what YOU believe

Dave comments on government interference and the toxic nature of politics today. Listen as he encourages people to start thinking for themselves.

First, get a real job

Nicholas has big plans for his future, but he's also got a lot of student loan debt. Dave helps him sort things out, as Nicholas works to make his dream of being an entrepreneur come true.

Eyes wide open

Jen's husband is an optometrist. He has been offered the opportunity to become a full partner at the practice in which he is currently an associate. Jen asks Dave for advice on evaluating the offer, so that they can make a wise and informed decision. Listen as Dave talks about the pros and cons of partnerships and business models.

Dave for president?

Dave answers fans who think he should run for president. Listen to his humorous response, as he details the reasons it would be a bad idea.

Be grateful and professional

JT has worked at a small company for 17 years. The last time he received a raise was for just 50 cents, and that was 10 years ago. He has found a better paying job, so he asks Dave how to handle leaving a business where everyone is like family. Listen as Dave helps him out and, in the process, provides a look at both sides of the equation when a team member leaves a company.

Nothing from government is free

Dave reads a news story on the Swiss government voting down the idea of a guaranteed monthly income. In his comments, he addresses socialism, communism and Marxism, reminding everyone that there really is no such thing as "free" when it comes to government.