Rise & Grind TV
Reading time: 4 – 6 minutes
So many people have asked me what I watch and what I read. Well what I read is in Recommended Books, and what I usually watch is listed below. Now I fit you into my daily schedule too so enjoy and know you are dealing with a crazy taskmaster.
Daily Schedule – aka my Monday through Friday
- Wake Up Freshly Blended Fruit Juice – Banana, Cherries, Blueberries,Orange Juice,Oranges, Green Apples, Mangos,Peaches, Melon – Squawk Box and Squawk on the Street on CNBC
- 30 minute treadmill run while watching The Call on CNBC
- Blueberry Muffin microwaved for 40 seconds cut in half with butter – still watching Power Lunch on CNBC
- 2 hours of reading – watching Street Signs and Closing Bell on CNBC on mute with Closed Captioning
- 10 flights of stairs for one hour aka 1130 total stairs while listening to Rap Music and some instrumentals
- 3 hours of contacting new clients, over a tuna sandwich and more fruit juice, still watching CNBC
- 30 minutes of weight lifting while watching CNBC and SportsCenter
- Dinner while watching Mad Money, Kudlow Report on CNBC
- DVR of the shows listed below
- Late night watch CNBC show Worldwide Exchange that shows how markets around the world are reacting from India to China to Australia. Helps me to see new stocks or new trends that could be exploited in the USA. Since I;m on the West I get to see it at around midnight.
Ok after that we go to the DVR and watch…
- Million Dollar Listing on Bravo – Great show on negotiations and charm needed in business plus I get to see houses that I want to buy in the future.
- I Want to Work for Diddy on VH1 – Great show on how people will do anything to get put on. Even to be someone’s personal slave, great for some laughs!
- Biography on CNBC – Great detailed show on Icons in all industies from Ben & Jerry’s, Enzo Ferrari, Rachel Ray, Bill Gates, Sam Walton and just a whole lot of people.
- CNBC special shows – The Age of Wal-Mart, The Rise of Wal-Mart, Porn Business Of Pleasure, McDonald’s expose, GM expose, Coca Cola expose and a they just keep telling you the history of these Titans. Great Shows
- CNBC interviews – Occasional interviews with Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Dick Parsons and Jack Welch. Also in the middle of their daily shows they always interview fund managers and heads of companies
- CNBC Mad Money – Love this show because Jim Cramer breaks down real reasons why companies are not making money.
- Unwrapped on Food Network – Great show breaking down the history of all the companies that make your snacks. Great Great show on business showing the angles at which they build their snack companies.
- Real Estate Intervention on HGTV – Great show on people under on their house facing reality that they have lose on a gamble.
Of course I watch utter stupidity too just for the sake of laughing….
- Tough Love on VH1
- The Cleveland Show on Fox
- For the Love of Ray J
- Real Housewives of Atlanta
- The Simpsons
- All the Boxing matches on HBO
- All the auto shows on HDTV even the ones in Britain where they fix them up
- Sunrise Earth
- Mad Men on AMC – Great show if you aren’t watching this you are messing up!
- Flip this House
- House Hunters International
- Every Laker Game ever put on TV and if they aren’t playing I’m watching NBA tv.
- Most NFL games except when I have to watch the BS Raiders and Chargers then I go back to reading.
- Diners, Drive Ins and Dives on Food Network
- Everybody Hates Chris reruns on BET and Nickelodeon
So there you have it just about everything I watch, now just about because the post was getting too long! The biggest thing I do is dedicate a time to read almost everyday. Yes I watch entirely too much CNBC but Bloomberg is boring and there isn’t another channel that talks money all the time. Oh yeah don’t forget I respond to a lot of blogs under the alias of Mr. Goldfinger LOL!