"Young, Stupid And Overconfident" Entrepreneurs

Do young entrepreneurs these days not realize there are no shortcuts to success? Are young people a product of the helicopter parents and the over reassuring professors that created them? How will businesses have to train young workers from a cultural standpoint? Executive Director of the Kaplan Institute, Howard Tullman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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What are the questions you have to ask yourself before you have kids? Should you have kids based on the political climate at the time? Should you prepare your child for the road or prepare the road for your child? Dan and Amy discuss.

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Has The Pendulum Swung Too Far?

Has society lost the ability to have a moral fact-based dialogue? Why have those in academia dumbed down education and turned learning into the propagation of opinions rather than a search for the truth? Have helicopter parents set their kids up for failure? Oklahoma Wesleyan University President, Dr. Everett Piper, joins Dan and Kristen McQueary to discuss. 

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Prioritize Motherhood Don’t Politicize It

“You can do everything in life, but you can’t do everything at one time. Not all women have the same choices but all woman have some choices.” How important is it that mothers prioritize spending time with their children the first few years of their lives? Why isn't daycare the best option for newborns? Social worker, psychoanalyst, parent guidance expert and author of “Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters,” Erica Komisar joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Saving Scholastic Simpletons From Sandwiches

Is the college educated class ruining America? That is what New York Times columnist David Brooks argues in his column “How We Are Ruining America”. Should college educated parents apologize for helping their children? Would you go to lunch with a friend who only has a high school degree? Is Brooks a hero for saving his friend from having to read a menu at a gourmet sandwich shop? Dan & Kristen McQueary, of the Chicago Tribune, discussed the self-regarding pabulum coming from the likes of David Brooks.