The Unplugged Podcast
About This Show
My name is Theo Hicks. I am a 26 year old millennial that is a full-time real estate investor, author, and host of the Unplugged Podcast.
The goal of the Unplugged Podcast is to help the struggling millennial generation to climb the ladder of consciousness in order to question the normally accepted blueprint of how society and culture tells us to live our lives.
Unplugged is defined as “disconnecting, severing the connection, and disengaging from normal activities.”
I have found through my personal experiences that these normal activities, living a strictly external and materialistic driven life, do not result in true fulfillment. If fulfillment is your goal, the only way to get there is by turning inward and becoming Unplugged!
I will provide a raw, uncut, authentic, and true Unplugged Perspective on all aspects of life.
- I will analyze how I have already become Unplugged from certain aspects of my life, as well as discuss current areas of my life where I am still struggling to become Unplugged.
- I will provide useful exercises that I have used or am currently using to become Unplugged.
- I will provide an Unplugged Perspective on society, culture, and current events from around the world.
- I will have conversations with different guests to provide an Unplugged Perspective on current events, success, and life in general.
Follow me on this journey and we will raise our awareness to levels that we didn’t believe were possible. Ultimately, we will work towards achieving what we really want in life, and more importantly deserve, FULFILLMENT.
Most Recent Episode
How the Welfare State Has Devastated Black Americans
Jun 8, 2017
"The rise of the welfare state in the 1960s contributed greatly to the demise of the black family as a stable institution. The out-of-wedlock birth rate among African Americans today is 73%, three times higher than it was prior to the War on Poverty. Children raised in fatherless homes are far more likely to grow up poor and to eventually engage in criminal behavior, than their peers who are raised in two-parent homes."
"In 2010, blacks (approximately 13% of the U.S. population) accounted for 48.7% of all arrests for homicide, 31.8% of arrests for forcible rape, 33.5% of arrests for aggravated assault, and 55% of arrests for robbery."
"Also as of 2010, the black poverty rate was 27.4% (about 3 times higher than the white rate), meaning that 11.5 million blacks in the U.S. were living in poverty."
The Unplugged Podcast investigates.
Episodes of This Show
Jun 1, 2017
May 30, 2017
May 26, 2017
May 19, 2017
Rated 5 out of
This is an Awesome Podcast with a tons of great subject matter.
Date published: 2017-03-16