1. JetSetter Show EP 68 Vincenzo Villamena: Online Taxman

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    Vincenzo Villamena has extensive experience in both tax preparation and advising clients in accounting and financial transactions. He has “Big 4” audit and corporate accounting experience during his time with PricewaterhouseCoopers, involved in Fortune 100 audit engagements and M&A transactions, giving him the knowledge to perform analysis in valuation, corporate finance, and technical accounting issues. More recently, Vincenzo has served as partner in 4 Corners Inc., focusing on individuals and businesses for accounting and tax preparation matters as well as advising high net worth individuals in private equity investing. He has both a Masters of Accounting and Bachelors of Business Administration with distinction from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M Ross School of Business. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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    • JetSetter Show EP 67 Nick Giambruno: Puerto Rico Tax Advantages

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      Nick Giambruno is a Senior Editor at Casey Research. He joins the show to tell us about Puerto Rico’s new tax advantages. Giambruno discusses, in detail, the good places to live in Puerto Rico and how easy it is to buy, sell and own real estate in Puerto Rico. Giambruno then defines the basics of internationalization and discusses the investment opportunities in Cypress. Nick is Doug Casey’s globetrotting protégé and has a long-held passion for internationalization. He has lived in Europe and worked in the Middle East, most recently in Beirut and Dubai, where he covered regional banks and other companies for an investment bank. He is a published author focusing on international diversification strategies that help people reduce their dependence on any one country. This is a strategy that Doug Casey helped pioneer and makes it very difficult for any government to control one’s destiny. In short, Nick’s objective is to help people make the most of their personal freedom and financial opportunity around the world. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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      • JetSetter Show EP 66 James Archer: Investing in Panama

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        James Archer is the Sales Director for Live and Invest Overseas. He’s also an agricultural property specialist. He joins the show from Panama to discuss the projects he’s working on in Panama. Archer talks further about property opportunities in South America. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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        • JetSetter Show EP 64 Lief Simon: Invest Overseas

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          Lief Simon is the co-founder of Live and Invest Overseas, which is one of the world’s leading resources on investment, real estate and retirement overseas. Simon joins the show to discuss some of the best markets worldwide and how investors can get the best returns in them. Simon also discusses emerging markets and what countries investors should avoid. Lief Simon has lived and worked in seven countries on five continents and has traveled to more than 50 countries. His real estate investing experience began nearly 20 years ago with a multi-unit building in Chicago. After selling that building for a total return of more than 1,800 percent in just 30 months, Lief began to diversify internationally. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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          • JetSetter Show EP 63 Shannon Enete: Becoming an Expat

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            Shannon Enete is an international resident from San Diego, currently residing in Costa Rica. Her first career of 10 years was spent serving San Diego & Kansas City as a paramedic. Shannon visited over 27 countries by the age of 30. Enete is the author of new release, Becoming an Expat: Costa Rica. She freelances for the Costa Rican Star, Jaco Journal, International Living, A.M. Costa Rica, Global Living Magazine, Pink Pangea, and the Costa Rican Sun. She is a columnist for Expat Focus and Voz de Guanacaste. In addition to writing, Shannon owns Enete Enterprises, LLC a video and print publication company that specializes in travel guidebooks and the creation of marketing videos for tourism, hospitality, and real estate sectors. Her first book was Teeth Not Tears: Smiles Through the Rubble, a biographical narrative that told the stories of two Haitian brothers, whom she met while volunteering in Haiti after the earthquake. “Their outlook on life was so beautiful and pure, I had to share their story with the world,” says Enete. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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            • JetSetter Show EP 61 Bob Levinstein: Getting the Best Cruise Deals with Cruise Compete

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              Bob Levinstein is the CEO of CruiseCompete and CEO of Compete Ventures. He’s also the founder of ExpertTravelAnswers.com. Levinstein founded NationJob, which was one of the first online job search engines in the 90s. Levinstein tells us about Cruise Compete and Resort Compete, and how both sites help travelers find the best vacation packages. He also explains the the most popular consumer trends in cruising. Levinstein then discusses how publishers can effectively utilize ExpertTravelAnswers.com. Levinstein co-founded CruiseCompete.com in 2003 and continues to serve as its CEO. Since that time, registered users have received over 10 million quotes from the site’s 300+ travel-agency members. CruiseCompete took top honors in Travel + Leisure Magazine’s “Top 60 Best Apps and Websites for Travelers” (September 2012) with an honorable mention. The Wall Street Journal praised CruiseCompete as “Best Cruise Travel Site,” The New York Times says, “… independent travel agents compete to offer you the best deal,” and follows similar praise from Travel + Leisure, Kiplinger’s and The Washington Post. The Street says, “Score luxury cruises at bargain prices.” For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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              • JetSetter Show EP 62 Gudrun Kittel-Thong: Dealing with Expatriation

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                Gudrun Kittel-Thong, a German national, lived in Edinburgh (Scotland) and London before moving to Hong Kong, China. For the next 25 years she immersed herself into the exciting culture of this city with its unique blend of old traditions and innovative life style. Her Master’s of Education degree, professional coaching training and schooling background led her to support expatriates from various countries who came to Hong Kong. Being an expatriate herself and raising an intercultural family she was closely connected to the various emotional issues that can come up when moving to a foreign culture. She observed recurring concerns that individuals, couples and families faced when going through the transition of relocation. Major observations were: Overwork and frequent business travels with concurrent health and relationship issues for the working partner; Culture shock, overwhelm and general insecurity for the accompanying spouse whose professional career often was kept on hold while living abroad; Child rearing problems and the subject of Third Culture Kids; For single expatriates it was the mix of struggling to form deep new friendships and building a secure social network at the same time that work demands exceeded the norm. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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                • JetSetter Show EP 60 Dr. Kelly McGonigal: The Willpower Instinct

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                  Dr. Kelly McGonigal is a health psychologist at Stanford University and author of, “THE WILLPOWER INSTINCT: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do To Get More of It.” Dr. McGonigal teaches one of the most popular courses at Stanford University called, “The Science of Willpower.” She has helped hundreds of students achieve their goals through the idea of willpower. She believes stress should be welcomed in people’s lives, thus causing greater willpower. Dr. McGonigal breaks down the science behind why we give in to temptation and how we can find the strength to resist. Find out more about Dr. Kelly McGonigal see: www.KellyMcGonigal.com. Kelly McGonigal, PhD, is a health psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University, and a leading expert in the new field of “science-help.” She is passionate about translating cutting-edge research from psychology, neuroscience, and medicine into practical strategies for health, happiness, and personal success. Her most recent book, The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It (Penguin 2012), explores the latest research on motivation, temptation, and procrastination, as well as what it takes to transform habits, persevere at challenges, and make a successful change. Her audio series The Neuroscience of Change (Sounds True 2012) weaves the newest findings of science with Eastern contemplative wisdom to give listeners a revolutionary process for personal transformation. She is also the author of Yoga for Pain Relief: Simple Practices to Calm Your Mind and Heal Your Pain (New Harbinger, 2009), which translates recent advances in neuroscience and medicine into mind-body strategies for relieving chronic pain, stress, depression, and anxiety. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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                  • JetSetter Show EP 59 Dr. Cathy Tsang Feign: Expatriate Psychology

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                    In this episode, Jason talks with Dr. Cathy Tsung Feign, a Hong Kong based psychologist and consultant on living abroad who works with companies around the globe to educate their workforce about expatriate psychology and issues facing employees sent to work in foreign countries. Her new book, Living Abroad, outlines the stages of learning to live in another country, from initial elation and excitement to homesickness and despair and finally, to acculturation and learning to like the new country. Dr. Tsang Feign also discusses problems facing married couples relocating for work and reasons affairs happen, and the plight of single workers who focus too much on the job. Finally, she describes the little known problems of “reverse culture shock” that happens when these workers return home and find that it isn’t easy to pick up their old lives again. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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                    • JetSetter Show EP 57 Tim Saylor: Diggers on National Geographic Channel

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                      Tim “Ringy” Saylor is an Explorer and Historian on the new National Geographic Channel series “Diggers.” He joins the show to discuss some of the lost relics of history he found and how people can go about finding hidden treasures during their vacations. Ringy has an amazing travel background, having traveled for both work and pleasure. He shares his favorite hotspots. For more information see: www.JetSetterShow.com Subscribe to podcast in iTunes: www.JasonHartman.com/2o7a

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