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Season 3 Episode 7 Season Finale: Why do you refuse to eat right?

Feb. 15, 2021

Join us this Sunday for "Why Do You Refuse To Eat Right?" We will be talking about food, herbs, supplements, and get to the bottom of why we know how to eat right but don't!! We will be joined by special guest @Maurice Georg…

Season 3-Episode 6 -Are You Soft For Living In The Suburbs?

Feb. 8, 2021

We discussed our views on rebuilding cities, preserving urban culture and why some people choose to move to the suburbs. We were joined by Detroit’s very own…GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum music producer—The Electrifying F…

Family Life

Why are you a bad parent?

Feb. 1, 2021

This week Eric and Big Stew explore what makes a bad parent. They are joined on this episode by their 12 year old sons who add some real flavor to the conversation.

Sex

Season 3 Episode 4: Why Is Your Relationship F'cked Up?

Jan. 25, 2021

In this episode, Eric and Stew dig deep into why people's relationships are not good. They were joined by relationship expert Nyatu Marvel and life coach Mel MeMe Byrd.

Genx; Lifestyle; Blackgenx; Sex; Money; Entrepreneurship

Season 3 Episode 3: Why Isn't Your Small Business Generating Wealth?

Jan. 18, 2021

On this episode, Eric and Big Stew discuss ways to make sure your business is actually generating wealth. They go into defining what is a small business, what is wealth and define concepts such as Key Person Insurance and Bu…

Money

Season 3 Episode 2: 10 Things They Don't Tell You about the Stock Market

Jan. 11, 2021

You're highly intelligent but are you still part of the “dumb money” that fuels Wall Street”? In this Episode, Eric and Stew get into a deep conversation about 10 Things that are not typically told to people about the stock …

Money Philosophy

Season 3 Episode 1: Why Do You Still Have A Poverty Mindset?

Jan. 7, 2021

Do you still have financial habits from when your income was low? Eric and Big Stew explore what it means to have a poverty mindset from the middle and upper middle-class perspectives.