Episode 25 – Political Extremism

In this episode we discuss how political extremism is fueled by divisive issues such as abortion, immigration, inflation, healthcare, and international power and how social media plays a significant role in reinforcing biases and creating echo chambers.

This episode explores the sentiment of political extremism in the US and its impact on the economy and corporate America. We discuss how the divisive issues that fuel political extremism, such as abortion, immigration, inflation, healthcare, and international power impact discourse in our country. We also examine the role of social media in reinforcing biases and creating echo chambers. This conversation highlights the importance of companies taking a stance on political and social issues, but also the need for adaptability and economic viability. Our goal with this episode is to emphasize the unity of being Americans and the strength of the US economy.

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This week on Building Wealthy Habits:

00:00 Introduction: The Sentiment of Political Extremism

01:18 Divisive Issues: Fueling Political Extremism

06:26 Historical Perspective: Extreme Elections and the Strength of America

08:19 Companies: Taking a Stance and Balancing Adaptability

15:51 Unity as Americans: Strength and Investment in the US Economy


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