Your skills are important, but as the saying goes, if you don’t use them you lose them. And if you don’t hone them you won’t keep up with the changing world. But in today’s hectic world where it seems like something is always clamoring for your attention, how do you find time to actually grow your skills on a daily basis? Elisabeth has 4 main tips on how to do just that in her intro.
Then, Jason talks with Meredith Whitney, who rose to fame when she called Citigroup’s need to cut their dividend due to capital concerns in 2007. The two of them discuss her book, Fate of the States: The New Geography of American Prosperity, and why interior states like Indiana and Texas are doing better than the coastal states like California and New York. The two touch on the outlook for housing prices, jobs, school quality, and transportation as well.
[2:53] Tip #1: Make sure you schedule time every day, a specific time
[5:33] Tip #2: Make sure it’s a reasonable amount of time
[7:31] Tip #3: Reflect on it
[8:12] Tip #4: Pass it on to others
Meredith Whitney Interview:
[9:53] How the geography of prosperity is changing
[12:57] The future of states like California, where the middle class leaves but real estate prices continue to increase
[17:05] People aren’t dumb, they live where the opportunities are
[21:19] Meredith’s outlook on real estate around the nation