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At some point in life, we all question who we want to be in the future and what it would take to achieve it. In this episode of Yield of Dreams, Charlie Epstein sits down with his nephew, Mike Epstein, president at Epstein & Company.
According to many, Delfeayo Marsalis is one of the best musical trombonists of his generation. He is a top jazz composer and producer and comes from a family who has earned the nation’s highest jazz honor. In this episode,
Keni Thomas is an American country music singer, author, speaker and former United States Army Ranger. In this episode, Charlie Epstein is joined by Keni Thomas. Keni reviews and reflects on his journey as an army veteran,
Nick Nanton is an Emmy® award winning director, a best-selling author and a celebrated keynote speaker who helps entrepreneurs, thought leaders and businesses share their message and mission with the world through media. In this episode,
For many, a common thought is that it’s a good idea to borrow money against your 401(k) if you are short on liquid income. But is this really the best idea for your future self? In part five of this mini-series,
Vanity Fair proclaimed that Fred Hersch is the most arrestingly innovative pianist in jazz over the last decade. In this episode of Yield of Dreams, Charlie Epstein is joined by 15 time Grammy nominee Fred Hersch,
Nigeria-born and Bronx-raised Remi Adeleke has experienced all of the good and the bad that life has to offer. He’s a pastor, actor, model, speaker, writer, and Navy SEAL, but he also experienced great loss early in his life. In this episode,
While most people make a living out of their jobs, how many are actually living for their passions? In this episode, Charlie Epstein speaks with Broadway actor James Barbour as James explains what it takes to pursue your dreams,
There’s an age-old myth that suggests that you’ll be in a lower tax bracket when you retire, but is that really true? How can you save money in taxes after you retire? In part four of this mini-series, Charlie Epstein explains “The Power of Zero” and h...
Do you think you need to stop working to be happy in your desirement years? In the third episode of this miniseries, Charlie debunks myth number four, that you have to stop working to be happy in your retirement years.