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James Blair

7 Podcast Episodes

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Ep. 69 - James Blair - What Is A Financial Advisor - Money Saving Tips - How To Manage Your Money - Financial Advisor Tips

The Wolf of Queen Street

James Blair is the director of wealth at Lighthouse Wealth. James is working in financial services and providing advice for the last 10 years. James is empowering Kiwi families to grow their wealth so they can achieve financial freedom without wasting time on DIY mistakes.  Listen to the following key topics, what is a financial advisor? Money saving tips? How to manage your money? Financial advisor tips and how to protect my wealth.

37mins

16 May 2021

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The Steps You Need to Take To Protect Your Wealth | Special Guest: James Blair⎜Ep. 588

The Property Academy Podcast

In this episode, we are once again joined by James Blair from Catalyst Financial to talk about how to protect your wealth over time.  This includes how the specific types of insurance you may need so that you can hold your property portfolio over the long term. We also mention that we are holding a series of property investment dinners. This is where we will take 10 people in Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown out to dinner (+ partners) to talk property investment. Follow @opes_partners on Instagram, share us to your feed or story and give us a review wherever you listen to podcasts. Screenshot them and send it to podcast@opesparnters.co.nz and we'll put you in the draw.

14mins

21 Apr 2021

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What Else You Need In Your Investment Portfolio (... Other Than Property) | Special Guest: James Blair⎜Ep. 587

The Property Academy Podcast

In this episode, we are once again joined by James Blair from Catalyst to talk about the other asset classes that you may want in your investment portfolio ... in addition to investment property. This includes, shares, mutual funds, bonds, and commercial property. We also mention that we are holding a series of property investment dinners. This is where we will take 10 people in Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown out to dinner (+ partners) to talk property investment. Follow @opes_partners on Instagram, share us to your feed or story and give us a review wherever you listen to podcasts. Screenshot them and send it to podcast@opesparnters.co.nz and we'll put you in the draw.

12mins

20 Apr 2021

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What Are The Fundamental Elements of a Solid Financial Plan? Special Guest: James Blair⎜Ep. 586

The Property Academy Podcast

In this episode, we are joined by special guest, James Blair from Catalyst Financial to discuss what goes into a solid financial plan that can provide a passive income for retirement. We also mention that we are holding a series of property investment dinners. This is where we will take 10 people in Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown out to dinner (+ partners) to talk property investment. Follow @opes_partners on Instagram, share us to your feed or story and give us a review wherever you listen to podcasts. Screenshot them and send it to podcast@opesparnters.co.nz and we'll put you in the draw.

15mins

19 Apr 2021

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Hunkering Down With Peter Schorsch

Peter Schorsch hunkers down with James Blair, founder and principal of Rapid Loop Consulting and former deputy chief of staff to Gov. Ron DeSantis. Blair was also a member of the Governor’s transition team, as well as a top advisor to then-House Speaker Richard Corcoran.Blair weighs in on DeSantis’ job performance so far managing the COVID-19 crisis as he faces praise from the right and rebuke from the left.He also sheds some insight into what it’s like to work for DeSantis. Blair describes his former boss as someone who, agree with the outcome or not, makes calculated decisions after consuming massive amounts of information and processing details quickly. Blair said DeSantis doesn’t take any decision lightly and demands access to any available information.As a Republican political strategist, Blair talks about what it’s like to work in politics at a time when coronavirus is dominating platforms. Fundraisers have been grinding to a halt and traditional campaigning activities are on hold as people adhere to social distancing guidelines. The game has shifted more to informational based on various platforms.He highlights the tough line Democrats are walking as they seek to push back against Republican responses to the crisis while trying not to blur the lines between politics and unity during a time of crisis.The two also have a detailed discussion about the hit docuseries Tiger King in all its debaucherous glory.Listen also as Blair talks about the moment the virus first hit home for him as he was greeted at the grocery store with aisles lined with empty shelves and panicked customers.Special Guest: James Blair.

31mins

27 Mar 2020

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The RosenCast

This weeks episode features James Connor Blair at the Rosen1Studios. He talks with Zack Rosenquest about running for city council, caring about your community and getting rid of the fluff in life. Check it out on itunes, or your favorite podcast app or at rosencast.com Thank you so much for sharing! If you enjoyed the show please share with a friend!

1hr 17mins

12 Jun 2019

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James Blair "The Cognitive Neuroscience of Callous and Unemotional Traits"

Biological Foundations of Morality: Neuroscience, Evolution and Morality

In the study of individuals with psychopathy, or high levels of callous and unemotional traits, James Blair reports that reduced functioning and interaction of two regions of the brain impair the development of basic moral reasoning. Blair also shows how individuals with psychopathy have more difficulty interpreting expressions of fear, a more ambiguous emotion than anger, which is a prerequisite to the development of basic aspects of moral reasoning. James Blair is chief of the unit on Affective Cognitive Neuroscience in the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at the National Institute of Mental Health.

54mins

19 Mar 2010