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The Jordan Paris Show

Author: Jordan Paris

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Jordan Paris is morally deficient, turning political correctness on its head while making no apologies about it. This is The Jordan Paris Show, a no BS podcast by Trend Up Media.
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Many corporations, in the name of diversity and inclusion, have race- and gender-based quotas to meet when hiring. Universities adhere to similar quotas when deciding whether or not to admit students. These practices do not come without unintended consequences. Is it even ethical to judge people on immutable characteristics such as race or gender? Dannique Blake, the founder of Cultured Insights, challenges the mainstream diversity and inclusion narrative. Today, she joins me to discuss on The Jordan Paris Show, brought to you by Trend Up Media. Join our censor-free Telegram community at Whether you are conservative, liberal, or in between, your voice is important: Learn how to start your own podcast with Jordan's free podcasting course at 
Trending #1 on Twitter this morning: “There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the US election, fact-checkers confirm following Trump campaign press conference” - TwitterHey everyone - turns out that Donald Trump, his lawyers, and the thousands who swore to voter fraud under the threat of perjury were all wrong. There is no voter fraud after all! Fact-checkers confirmed, don't worry. Just a conspiracy theory, actually (Wahington Post, Politico, others). Thanks, Twitter!Watch the full press conference from November 19, 2020, featuring Trump's legal team: Thank you for listening to The Jordan Paris Show, brought to you by Trend Up Media.Join our censor-free Telegram community at you are conservative, liberal, or in between, your voice is important: Learn how to start your own podcast with Jordan's free podcasting course at
Joe Biden and the Dems are pushing the whole "unity" and "healing" message pretty hard right now. Sounds lovely. I just have one question about it...Thank you for listening to The Jordan Paris Show, brought to you by Trend Up Media.Join our censor-free Telegram community at you are conservative, liberal, or in between, your voice is important: Learn how to start your own podcast with Jordan's free podcasting course at
Growth Mindset University grows up.Say hello to The Jordan Paris Show.
Robert Glazer is a founder, author, speaker, and expert in elevating performance in both business and life.He has a new book titled How to Make Virtual Teams Work, which is the subject of our conversation today.Connect with Robert on LinkedIn.
In this #CrashCourse episode, Jordan Paris and Hala Taha talk all things confidence!
Hala Taha started her career in radio at WQHT Hot97 on “The Angie Martinez Show.” Later she focused on an entrepreneurial endeavor with the launch of an entertainment news site, “The Sorority of Hip Hop.” She led an all-female team of 50 bloggers, and together they ran the popular site, interviewed celebrities, produced radio shows, and hosted parties/concerts. When the blog site boom slowed down in 2014, Hala took a temporary exit from the entertainment industry to get an MBA. She now has over 5 years of corporate marketing experience at a Fortune 50 company. In the past few months, she started and grew a side hustle to multiple six-figures in revenue without quitting her job. She also has a popular podcast that gets over ten thousand downloads per episode called Young and Profiting (Website | Castbox | Apple), which merges Hala’s passions for radio, entrepreneurship, business, and continued learning.Visit Hala at and connect with her on LinkedIn.Hala's first interview on GMU: episode is sponsored by Trend Up Media.
Catherine Coley is the CEO of Binance.US, a digital asset marketplace built for easy and secure access to buy, trade, and stake digital assets in America. She leads the strategic development and new product offerings that adhere to U.S.-based regulations. As a seasoned fintech veteran, Coley comes to Binance.US with combined experience at the crossroads of global capital and cryptocurrency markets. Most recently, Coley was Head of XRP Institutional Liquidity at Ripple, where she played an integral role in the digital asset’s liquidity and market development.Before entering the digital asset industry, Coley served as a foreign exchange and treasury management advisor to start-ups at Silicon Valley Bank after five years on trading floors as a foreign exchange associate at Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong and London. Connect with Catherine on LinkedIn and Twitter.This episode is sponsored by Trend Up Media.
Robert Greene

Robert Greene


This episode is being re-released as part of the Best of Growth Mindset University collection.Robert Greene is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law, The Laws of Human Nature (my favorite book ever), and Mastery.Visit Robert at  and get his books on Amazon.Free podcasting course from Jordan Paris:
Dan Millman

Dan Millman


This episode is being re-released as part of the Best of Growth Mindset University collection.Dan Millman (@pwdan) is a former world champion athlete, university gymnasts coach, martial arts instructor, and college professor.After an intensive, twenty-year spiritual quest, Dan’s teaching found its form as the Peaceful Warrior’s Way, expressed fully in his books and lectures. His work continues to evolve over time, to meet the needs of a changing world.Dan’s seventeen books, including Way of the Peaceful Warrior, have inspired and informed millions of readers in 29 languages worldwide. The feature film, “Peaceful Warrior,” starring Nick Nolte, was adapted from Dan’s first book, based upon incidents from his life.Much of Dan’s time is devoted to writing and speaking. His keynotes, seminars, and workshops span the generations to influence men and women from all walks of life, including leaders in the fields of health, psychology, education, business, politics, sports, entertainment, and the arts.Dan and his wife Joy live in Brooklyn, NY. They have three grown daughters and four grandchildren.Visit Dan at and get Way of the Peaceful Warrior on Amazon.This episode is sponsored by Trend Up Media.Join the Growth Mindset University community on Facebook:
Grant Cardone

Grant Cardone


This episode is being re-released as part of the Best of Growth Mindset University collection.Grant Cardone is the CEO of CardoneCapital, he’s an international speaker, entrepreneur, the author of The 10X Rule & the creator of 21 business programs. Grant Cardone owns & operates seven privately held companies and a $1.4B portfolio of multifamily properties. Named the #1 marketer to watch by Forbes Magazine, Cardone is also the founder of the The 10X Movement & The 10X Growth Conference, the world’s largest business & entrepreneur conference.You can find Grant at,, @grantcardone on Instagram, and literally everywhere.This episode is sponsored by Trend Up Media.Join the Growth Mindset University community on Facebook:
Ryan Serhant

Ryan Serhant


This episode is being re-released as part of the Best of Growth Mindset University collection.Ryan Serhant (@RyanSerhant) is an American real estate broker, bestselling author, producer, and star of Bravo’s two-time Emmy Nominated reality television series, Million Dollar Listing New York, and its spin-off, Sell It Like Serhant. Ryan is also the leading member of The Serhant Team—an NYC-based, bi-coastal real estate group that has consistently ranked as the #1 sales team in New York and among the top five teams nationwide.Visit Ryan at | Million Dollar Listing NY on Bravo | @RyanSerhant | Sell It Like SerhantThis episode is sponsored by Trend Up Media.Join the Growth Mindset University community on Facebook:
One relaxing evening by the pool, I was listening to the music of one of my childhood heroes, Kevin Rudolf. I was jamming out, really feeling his music on a visceral level, head bobbing, and all. I related to the lyrics in a way I couldn’t as a young boy. As I dove deeper into his music, some of which I had never heard before, I was enthralled by how moving, upbeat, and positive his lyrics were. The songs were actually… I hate to use the word because it’s so cliché… inspirational. Kevin Rudolf had created the soundtrack to my life.In that moment, I thought, “Huh, I should reach out to this guy to interview him on my podcast.” I searched for his email, which was shockingly easy to find, and typed up my proposal to him. I had to talk to Kevin. I wanted this more than I wanted a girlfriend when I was in sixth grade. It was April 1, 2019, over a decade after discovering him, and I wasn’t fooling around. At 6:29 PM, I sent the email (I’ll share my email templates later).Now, the waiting game. If he didn’t answer, I would follow-up a few more times before letting it be.At 8:42 PM, I received my reply:Hey JordanThanks for reaching out. I’d be happy to do the interview. When are you thinking? I can check the schedule with my manager and we’ll make it work.Yes! I did it!I leaped up from my seat with the most child-like excitement I had felt in years, parading through my apartment, yelling, jumping up and down, the whole nine yards. If anyone saw this, they would have thought I just won the Superbowl.As soon as I calmed down a minute or two later, my good friend Savannah called me. I picked it up.“Guess what?!?”“What, Jordan?”"Kevin Rudolf just agreed to come on the podcast! Remember, Let It Rock?“No way!”I shared my excitement with everyone. I texted my little brother, my mom, posted it to Instagram, Facebook, and even LinkedIn. I couldn’t believe it. My journey was, in a way, coming full circle.Listening to Kevin Rudolf's music with my early generation iPod Touch on the bus on the way to school as an 11-year-old, never in a billion years would I have been able to conceive the thought that I would interview him a decade later for something called a "podcast." Wild.We recorded that podcast in April of 2019 and it went well.Recently, Kevin and I met up in Miami to record another podcast and have lunch.Please, enjoy.Connect with Kevin on Instagram.
Shay Rowbottom has grown to over 440,000 followers on LinkedIn. In her business, Shay Rowbottom Marketing, she turns founders and staff members into LinkedIn video creators that are generating massive revenue for their organization.Visit Shay on LinkedIn and's first appearance on Growth Mindset University:
Andreas Jonsson is the co-founder of Shield Intelligence, the first and only LinkedIn analytics platform.Connect with Andreas on LinkedIn.
Jim McKelvey cofounded payments firm Square with Jack Dorsey in 2009 after he had trouble selling a $2,000 art piece from his studio. He currently ranks #378 on the Forbes 400 list of the world's richest people.McKelvey remains on Square's board but has started a new company, Invisibly, which powers micropayments for journalism and publishing.A serial entrepreneur, he has started at least seven companies, ranging from a CD cabinet maker to a glass-blowing studio.He also sits on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and started a nonprofit, LaunchCode, to teach people how to program.In March 2020, he released "The Innovation Stack," a book detailing what it means to be a true entrepreneur and what it takes to build a resilient, world-changing company.
Kevin Zhang (@kevinzhangofficial) is a serial eCommerce entrepreneur and the CEO of Kreator eCommerce, a global eCommerce organization with over 60 team members and facilities spanning 3 countries. At age 23, Kevin achieved critical acclaim in the eCommerce and digital strategy community for generating $20M in sales during his first year as an entrepreneur.Visit Kevin at Growth Mindset University's new Facebook group:
Black Lives Matter (the organization, not the statement) is a sham. It is a Marxist cultural revolution that capitalizes off of black death and funnels millions of dollars to the democratic party. Today, I'm discussing this and how to support black people without supporting the BLM organization with my friend Amir Odom (@amirxodom). Amir is a gay African-American conservative who used to be liberal and attended Black Lives Matter rallies. He is a voice of reason on Instagram, an absolute must-follow.Please, enjoy.Connect with Amir: Instagram | YouTube | Twitter
Jeff Gothelf (@jboogie) helps organizations build better products and executives build the cultures that build better products. He is the co-author of the award-winning book Lean UX and the Harvard Business Review Press book Sense & Respond, and the upcoming book Forever Employable. Jeff works as a coach, consultant, and keynote speaker helping companies bridge the gaps between business agility, digital transformation, product management, and human-centered design. Most recently, Jeff co-founded Sense & Respond Press, a publishing house for practical business books for busy executives. Visit Jeff at
Patrick J. McGinnis (@patrickjmcginnis) is an international venture capitalist and the author of Fear of Missing Out: Practical Decision-Making in a World of Overwhelming Choice.  Patrick coined the term FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), as well as the related term FOBO (Fear of Missing Out) in a 2004 article in the student newspaper of Harvard Business School.  FOMO has since been added to the dictionary and FOBO has become an increasingly popular framework to describe choice paralysis. Patrick is the host of the hit podcast, FOMO Sapiens, which is distributed by Harvard Business Review, and the author of international bestseller The 10% Entrepreneur: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job. He has been featured in The New York Times, Politico, The Financial Times, The Guardian, and Inc, and gave a popular 2019 TED Talk on FOBO and decision-making.  Originally from Maine, he has visited 103 countries and now lives in NYC. More at Patrick: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
Comments (5)

Jean-Philippe Borel

This episode is in my Top 5 favorites. Jordan has a great way of interviewing his guests! I discovered that Robert Greene has written great books on human nature, some of which I have put in my "to-read list". My key takeaways from this episode: ✅ Observe what people do not what they say ✅ There is a dark side to each of us, we need to acknowledge it ✅ Use your time to do something meaningful (learning or serving others) be aware of "dead time" (time that doesn't bring added value to you)

Sep 27th
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Jordan Paris

The joy of my life 💜

Aug 28th

Roger Welton

awesome show!

Jul 22nd
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