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  • Flight School

    by R. Nelson Nash A number of lessons about how you think can be learned from my own experience in the U.S. Army Flight School program in 1956. Though I had some previous experience as a pilot over the previous ten years (just a little over 100 hours...

  • The Whole Truth About Money – A Seminar for Financial Professionals

    The Whole Truth About Money Examining the Pros & Cons of Common Financial Vehicles Presented by Todd Langford with Kim Butler Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, Birmingham, Alabama In this special one-day...

  • Becoming An Aviator

    by R. Nelson Nash When I was in the second through fourth grades in grammar school we lived across the road from the airport in Athens, Georgia. I was just a kid who became fascinated with airplanes. Fantasizing what it would be like to be a pilot of...

  • Sales Training for Financial Professionals

    The Freedom Advisor Live Experience, “An NNI Off-Campus Sales Training School” Come to St. Louis in November for a 4-day workshop for financial professionals—taught by authorized IBC Practitioners and the board of the Nelson Nash Institute. “How do...

  • My Mother and Franklin D. Roosevelt

    by R. Nelson Nash To put this story into context we will need to go back in time to the Spring of 1957.  That was when I was introduced to the Austrian school of economic thought through The Foundation for Economic Education.  Economics In One Lesson...

  • Why Do We Let Parkinson’s Law Rule Our lives?

    By R. Nelson Nash C. Northcote Parkinson (1909 – 1993) was an interesting British naval officer who left us some valuable insights into human behavior. His sense of humor makes for good reading. His little essay, Parkinson’s Law, written in 1955, tells...

  • Why are they called “Recessions or Depressions?”

    By R. Nelson Nash “Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.” — Charles Mackay from his book, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of...

  • NOISE

    By R. Nelson Nash NOISE: a loud or unpleasant sound Full Definition of NOISE by Merriam-Webster 1: loud, confused, or senseless shouting or outcry 2a: SOUND; especially: one that lacks agreeable musical quality or is noticeably unpleasant b: any...

  • Choice, a new book by Robert P. Murphy

    We are pleased to announce the release of a new book by Dr. Robert P. Murphy. Dr. Murphy is the primary author of our IBC Practitioner Program Course Manual, and is one of our Board  Directors for the Nelson Nash Institute.  The book will be available...

  • Government Regulation: Another Hidden Tax

    MARCH 16, 2015 — D. Brady Nelson Perhaps due to it not being as readily quantifiable as government taxation, debt, welfare, and money creation; regulation has too often been superficially dealt with. In many ways, the largely “hidden tax” of regulation...