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The New Financial World Order?
'Forbidden Conversations' podcast with Carol Roth
My guest on the latest episode of the Forbidden Conversations podcast is Carol Roth. Together we discuss just how much control the WEF might have on society or whether it’s merely a conspiracy. Are we really on the precipice of a ‘new financial world order’? Is the social credit system just something that’s restricted to China? What’s the role of ‘Big Tech’? Will we all “own nothing” and “be happy”? Why are companies really adapting ESG? What’s happened to the American Dream, is it dead?And what can we do to empower ourselves? Or is it too late?
Carol Roth is a “recovering” investment banker; entrepreneur; TV pundit and host; speaker; economic, business, and financial commentator; content developer; and New York Times bestselling author. Her books include The Entrepreneur Equation, The War on Small Business and now, You Will Own Nothing (out 7/18/23).
Carol has worked in a variety of capacities across industries, including currently as an outsourced chief customer officer (CCO), as a director on public and private company boards, and as a strategic advisor and C-level consigliere. Carol connects the dots on financial, business, and economic issues for novice and pro audiences alike. She is also the creator of the Future File legacy planning system and software (FutureFile.com). Carol advocates for small business, small government, and big hair. Coming from a blue-collar family, Carol has worked hard to seize the American Dream, and is fighting to preserve that opportunity for all Americans.
What do you think? Is the ‘American dream’ still alive? Will we eventually be seeing a social credit system across the world? Does Big Tech have too much power? What’s the best way to ensure a safe financial future? Leave a comment below.
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