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Trashy Divorces
S16E18: Somebody's Watching Me | The Corporate Calamity of Liz Elting and Phil Shawe

Trashy Divorces

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 38:22


When a divorcing couple owns a business together, figuring out how to handle it can be a huge pain. Today's couple, while never married, were the engine behind the founding and growth of a wildly successful company. As their personal animosity toward each other grew over the years, the in-office acrimony between TransPerfect founders Philip Shawe and Elizabeth Elting became the stuff of legal legend in the Chancery Court of Delaware - and far beyond. Want early, ad-free episodes, limited series, Zoom hangouts, and more? Join us at patreon.com/trashydivorces! Sponsors Almost 30. Tune into Almost 30 wherever you listen to podcasts! For more information about Almost 30's courses, membership and upcoming events, head to almost30.com and be sure to check out Almost 30's Instagram and other socials at almost30podcast. Trashy Divorces podcast is sponsored by Worthy. Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks. With Worthy, you're in control from start to finish. If your item doesn't sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured. And now for a limited time you'll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at https://worthy.com/trashy. (See website for terms.) The Oak Tree Group. Mention Trashy Divorces for your free one hour financial preparedness conversation. Call 770-319-1700 or visit them on the web at theoaktreegroup.net. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

I Hear Things
Samsung Free App Issue Causes Spike In Downloads & 7 Other Stories

I Hear Things

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 12:30


This week: Samsung Free app issue causes spike in downloads, Transistor joins email spam prevention movement, How streaming TV is bracing for the recession, and Spreaker debuts two new offerings, one of which sounds like a cool robot.  New auto-playing Samsung app spikes downloads. Manuela: Our top story this week, fitting for a holiday weekend, is one of collaboration and teamwork against all odds. Last week Samsung launched the Listen tab on Samsung Free, a media streaming app pre-installed on every Samsung Galaxy smartphone.  When clicked on, the Listen tab would open a full-screen player with a three second timer. If not manually stopped within the three seconds, the app would begin to auto-play segments of featured podcast episodes, with each episode in the queue pre-downloaded for instant play. This auto-downloading and auto-listening lead to podcasters seeing a sudden spike of listens coming from the Dalvik user agent.    Like something out of a heartwarming holiday special, the podcasting community came together on a long weekend to work together and solve the problem. In the Sounds Profitable Partners Slack channels, employees of Audioboom, Triton, Spreaker, and others jumped into threads to discuss how to handle the issue.  James Cridland's Monday edition of the Podnews segment The Tech Stuff details why a download spike from Dalvik isn't necessarily an easy fix. Cridland says: “Some podcast hosting companies have blocked the “Dalvik” useragent entirely. However, blocking Dalvik - even with the Samsung model numbers - will also block, among other things, Google News's audio player, which uses an identical audio useragent. At least one app powered by Podcast Index also uses this generic Dalvik useragent along with PodcastAddict, and Indian podcast app Gaana also retains Dalvik in its useragent.” Luckily, there's a happy ending to this Thanksgiving story. Multiple employees on a holiday weekend managed to get the attention of Samsung, a company only just now entering podcasting, and get the problem fully solved. According to Podnews reporting, Samsung Free content partner Acast has since demonetized any traffic from the Dalvik user agent, and a fix to the app to prevent any future download spikes is set to be published soon.  What could have been a massive headache for many people was quickly resolved fully without any half-measure bandage fixes, all on a holiday weekend, thanks to the cohesiveness of the community. That we can certainly be thankful for.  Transistor joins email spam prevention movement. Shreya: Back on November 3rd we covered Buzzsprout's announcement that they were removing email addressed from podcast RSS feeds. Presented as the company ‘fighting back against email spam,' Buzzsprout only inserts a podcaster's email address into the feed on request to verify the feed with other services and platforms.   On August 22nd Apple Podcasts announced updates to RSS feed requirements in 2023, including the end of support for the ‘owner' tag. “The owner tag and its contact information, including email, will no longer be recommended.”  In addition to Buzzsprout embracing the email-free future, Podbean and - most recently -  Transistor have joined the cause. From their blog post this monday:  “Unfortunately, because podcast feeds are public, spammers can scrape these email addresses and use them to send unwanted emails (like pitches for guests to appear on your show).” Meanwhile, yesterday's Podnews published an alternate take on this move to prevent email spam. The Canadian Podcast Awards told Podnews they neither agree with nor support the removal of email addresses from RSS feeds. From yesterday's issue:  “We do not have any plans at the moment to support feeds without contact information.” Email spam has become a growing problem in podcasting. Back in July, James Cridland published the results of an email spam-trap he'd created in the Podnews RSS feed. Over the course of three months his experiment received 240 unsolicited commercial emails.   Similarly to Buzzsprout, Transistor has removed email addresses from the feed by default, but include a tool to manually reveal it for verification purposes. In addition, they now have a verification code entry field designed to work with Apple Podcast's new code-based verification system.  A new verification method that, hopefully, will help ease the concerns of objecting organizations like the Canadian Podcast Awards. How streaming TV is bracing for a recession Manuela: Depending on who you ask, the next recession is either here already or fast approaching. On November 17th Maia Vines, writing for AdAge, published a piece detailing how streaming television is battening down the hatches. From the article: “Brands have already started to re-prioritize where they are placing their ad dollars, said Lisa Herdman, senior VP and executive director of strategic investments at RPA.”  Heather Stewart, General Motors' general director of global media and marketing services presents a contrasting opinion: she expressed concern advertisers might be talking themselves into a recession with reactions to false indicators.  After over a decade of consumers demanding the death of the traditional model of cable television bundling providers together, the a la carte model has begun to slip as multiple platforms come under control of media conglomerates. Currently Paramount, Warner Bros. Discover, and Disney either already group multiple services into one bundle or are planning on offering one in future.  A proposed path to soothe worries during economic downturn is commerce-enabled TV and interactive ads. Netflix VP of advertising sales Peter Laylor told AdAge: “One thing that I think is a great opportunity is maybe a dual-screen experience, and people have experimented there, but the research shows that the vast majority of people have their phone with them when they're consuming TV streaming content.” Even with new tactics and status-quo breaking experiments like bringing one-click-buy options to streaming TV in US markets, there's a consistent throughline to how streamers are prepping for a recession: they're making things simple for the consumer.  A task podcast advertisers have been refining since the format required listeners to manually copy an MP3 file to an iPod.  Spreaker debuts first-party data audience segments, MAGDA brand safety tech. Shreya: Time for a special Spreaker segment, as the platform has made two large announcements while we were gone on holiday break and it's time to get you up to speed.  Starting on the 17th, they announced a new first-party data for high-impact audience segmentation and targeting solution that is now available for both programmatic and direct sales on the Spreaker network. Martín Haro, Data and Insights Lead at Spreaker says in the press release:  “Now with Spreaker's first-party data audience segments, our solution ingests data through AI and machine learning from real listeners' listening patterns, behaviors, and podcast content, which has enabled us to build specific audience segments that have proven to be 3X more accurate than third-party data.” Then, yesterday, the platform followed up with a brand new tech with a cool name: “Spreaker, the global leader in programmatic ad tech, today announced its first-to-market M.A.G.D.A technology to increase quality in programmatic advertising. This unprecedented technology is set to transform programmatic podcast advertising, adding a layer of control to protect content creators.”  In addition to sounding like a cool robot sidekick from an 80s movie, M.A.G.D.A bridges a gap in brand safety and suitability. Advertisers are well-covered on their end, now Spreaker can provide an extra layer of protection from the publisher side.  Blocking IAB categories to avoid certain kinds of advertisements works pretty well, at least until a campaign is mis-categorized. Spreaker has now solved for that. From the press release:  “M.A.G.D.A technology works by transcribing programmatic ads that go through the Spreaker ad marketplace in real-time. Spreaker has created machine-learning models to auto-categorize ads. In addition, the technology can also detect miscategorized ads. For example, if a political ad is miscategorized as fast food M.A.G.D.A will flag this for rectification.”  What does the M-A-G-D-A stand for? The name serves a dual purpose. First, it stands for Machine Augmented Guard for Dynamic Advertising. Spreaker explains:  “However, Magda is also a member of the Spreaker team. She was the first person to work on ad quality control for the company, and today Spreaker has an entire division dedicated to ad quality spearheaded by Magda herself—the company felt it fitting to name the technology after her.”  In addition to having a touching name dedication, M.A.G.D.A is a fascinating piece of tech that provides a much-needed bit of security in an industry very much concerned about brand safety and suitability.  Quick Hits Shreya: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we're calling Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week:  Can We Stop It With The Brand Safety Double Standard Already? By Allison Schiff for AdExchanger. An opinion piece that addresses a proposed double-standard advertisers have with brand safety concerns. Schiff points out the same brands skittish about serving ads on journalistic content featuring negative stories are prominently featured in between bouts of serial killer-crafted gore on her nightly watch-through of Criminal Minds on Hulu.  Google and iHeartMedia allegedly paid radio talent to promote the Pixel 4—without ever giving them the phone, according to the FTC, by Ryan Barwick for MarketingBrew. Barwick covers the details of a recently-settled case in which the FTC alleges iHeartMedia gave on-air talent scripts for testimonies about how much they loved using a Google Pixel phone they had never actually used.   The Cumulus Media & Signal Hill Insights Podcast Download Fall 2022 report is now available. This year features special focus on the growing prevalence of podcasts with video elements. This includes a finding that 28% of consumers prefer actively watching a podcast with a video component.  The Last Yard - the blog post that started it all, by Adam Curry, published to Podnews. Thought lost for years, a copy of Adam Curry's 2001 blog The Last Yard has been discovered on the Wayback Machine and duplicated by Podnews with permission. A piece of industry history, Curry's post lead to a meeting with Dave Winer that lead to the creation of podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied
Samsung Free App Issue Causes Spike In Downloads & 7 Other Stories

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 12:30


This week: Samsung Free app issue causes spike in downloads, Transistor joins email spam prevention movement, How streaming TV is bracing for the recession, and Spreaker debuts two new offerings, one of which sounds like a cool robot.  New auto-playing Samsung app spikes downloads. Manuela: Our top story this week, fitting for a holiday weekend, is one of collaboration and teamwork against all odds. Last week Samsung launched the Listen tab on Samsung Free, a media streaming app pre-installed on every Samsung Galaxy smartphone.  When clicked on, the Listen tab would open a full-screen player with a three second timer. If not manually stopped within the three seconds, the app would begin to auto-play segments of featured podcast episodes, with each episode in the queue pre-downloaded for instant play. This auto-downloading and auto-listening lead to podcasters seeing a sudden spike of listens coming from the Dalvik user agent.    Like something out of a heartwarming holiday special, the podcasting community came together on a long weekend to work together and solve the problem. In the Sounds Profitable Partners Slack channels, employees of Audioboom, Triton, Spreaker, and others jumped into threads to discuss how to handle the issue.  James Cridland's Monday edition of the Podnews segment The Tech Stuff details why a download spike from Dalvik isn't necessarily an easy fix. Cridland says: “Some podcast hosting companies have blocked the “Dalvik” useragent entirely. However, blocking Dalvik - even with the Samsung model numbers - will also block, among other things, Google News's audio player, which uses an identical audio useragent. At least one app powered by Podcast Index also uses this generic Dalvik useragent along with PodcastAddict, and Indian podcast app Gaana also retains Dalvik in its useragent.” Luckily, there's a happy ending to this Thanksgiving story. Multiple employees on a holiday weekend managed to get the attention of Samsung, a company only just now entering podcasting, and get the problem fully solved. According to Podnews reporting, Samsung Free content partner Acast has since demonetized any traffic from the Dalvik user agent, and a fix to the app to prevent any future download spikes is set to be published soon.  What could have been a massive headache for many people was quickly resolved fully without any half-measure bandage fixes, all on a holiday weekend, thanks to the cohesiveness of the community. That we can certainly be thankful for.  Transistor joins email spam prevention movement. Shreya: Back on November 3rd we covered Buzzsprout's announcement that they were removing email addressed from podcast RSS feeds. Presented as the company ‘fighting back against email spam,' Buzzsprout only inserts a podcaster's email address into the feed on request to verify the feed with other services and platforms.   On August 22nd Apple Podcasts announced updates to RSS feed requirements in 2023, including the end of support for the ‘owner' tag. “The owner tag and its contact information, including email, will no longer be recommended.”  In addition to Buzzsprout embracing the email-free future, Podbean and - most recently -  Transistor have joined the cause. From their blog post this monday:  “Unfortunately, because podcast feeds are public, spammers can scrape these email addresses and use them to send unwanted emails (like pitches for guests to appear on your show).” Meanwhile, yesterday's Podnews published an alternate take on this move to prevent email spam. The Canadian Podcast Awards told Podnews they neither agree with nor support the removal of email addresses from RSS feeds. From yesterday's issue:  “We do not have any plans at the moment to support feeds without contact information.” Email spam has become a growing problem in podcasting. Back in July, James Cridland published the results of an email spam-trap he'd created in the Podnews RSS feed. Over the course of three months his experiment received 240 unsolicited commercial emails.   Similarly to Buzzsprout, Transistor has removed email addresses from the feed by default, but include a tool to manually reveal it for verification purposes. In addition, they now have a verification code entry field designed to work with Apple Podcast's new code-based verification system.  A new verification method that, hopefully, will help ease the concerns of objecting organizations like the Canadian Podcast Awards. How streaming TV is bracing for a recession Manuela: Depending on who you ask, the next recession is either here already or fast approaching. On November 17th Maia Vines, writing for AdAge, published a piece detailing how streaming television is battening down the hatches. From the article: “Brands have already started to re-prioritize where they are placing their ad dollars, said Lisa Herdman, senior VP and executive director of strategic investments at RPA.”  Heather Stewart, General Motors' general director of global media and marketing services presents a contrasting opinion: she expressed concern advertisers might be talking themselves into a recession with reactions to false indicators.  After over a decade of consumers demanding the death of the traditional model of cable television bundling providers together, the a la carte model has begun to slip as multiple platforms come under control of media conglomerates. Currently Paramount, Warner Bros. Discover, and Disney either already group multiple services into one bundle or are planning on offering one in future.  A proposed path to soothe worries during economic downturn is commerce-enabled TV and interactive ads. Netflix VP of advertising sales Peter Laylor told AdAge: “One thing that I think is a great opportunity is maybe a dual-screen experience, and people have experimented there, but the research shows that the vast majority of people have their phone with them when they're consuming TV streaming content.” Even with new tactics and status-quo breaking experiments like bringing one-click-buy options to streaming TV in US markets, there's a consistent throughline to how streamers are prepping for a recession: they're making things simple for the consumer.  A task podcast advertisers have been refining since the format required listeners to manually copy an MP3 file to an iPod.  Spreaker debuts first-party data audience segments, MAGDA brand safety tech. Shreya: Time for a special Spreaker segment, as the platform has made two large announcements while we were gone on holiday break and it's time to get you up to speed.  Starting on the 17th, they announced a new first-party data for high-impact audience segmentation and targeting solution that is now available for both programmatic and direct sales on the Spreaker network. Martín Haro, Data and Insights Lead at Spreaker says in the press release:  “Now with Spreaker's first-party data audience segments, our solution ingests data through AI and machine learning from real listeners' listening patterns, behaviors, and podcast content, which has enabled us to build specific audience segments that have proven to be 3X more accurate than third-party data.” Then, yesterday, the platform followed up with a brand new tech with a cool name: “Spreaker, the global leader in programmatic ad tech, today announced its first-to-market M.A.G.D.A technology to increase quality in programmatic advertising. This unprecedented technology is set to transform programmatic podcast advertising, adding a layer of control to protect content creators.”  In addition to sounding like a cool robot sidekick from an 80s movie, M.A.G.D.A bridges a gap in brand safety and suitability. Advertisers are well-covered on their end, now Spreaker can provide an extra layer of protection from the publisher side.  Blocking IAB categories to avoid certain kinds of advertisements works pretty well, at least until a campaign is mis-categorized. Spreaker has now solved for that. From the press release:  “M.A.G.D.A technology works by transcribing programmatic ads that go through the Spreaker ad marketplace in real-time. Spreaker has created machine-learning models to auto-categorize ads. In addition, the technology can also detect miscategorized ads. For example, if a political ad is miscategorized as fast food M.A.G.D.A will flag this for rectification.”  What does the M-A-G-D-A stand for? The name serves a dual purpose. First, it stands for Machine Augmented Guard for Dynamic Advertising. Spreaker explains:  “However, Magda is also a member of the Spreaker team. She was the first person to work on ad quality control for the company, and today Spreaker has an entire division dedicated to ad quality spearheaded by Magda herself—the company felt it fitting to name the technology after her.”  In addition to having a touching name dedication, M.A.G.D.A is a fascinating piece of tech that provides a much-needed bit of security in an industry very much concerned about brand safety and suitability.  Quick Hits Shreya: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we're calling Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week:  Can We Stop It With The Brand Safety Double Standard Already? By Allison Schiff for AdExchanger. An opinion piece that addresses a proposed double-standard advertisers have with brand safety concerns. Schiff points out the same brands skittish about serving ads on journalistic content featuring negative stories are prominently featured in between bouts of serial killer-crafted gore on her nightly watch-through of Criminal Minds on Hulu.  Google and iHeartMedia allegedly paid radio talent to promote the Pixel 4—without ever giving them the phone, according to the FTC, by Ryan Barwick for MarketingBrew. Barwick covers the details of a recently-settled case in which the FTC alleges iHeartMedia gave on-air talent scripts for testimonies about how much they loved using a Google Pixel phone they had never actually used.   The Cumulus Media & Signal Hill Insights Podcast Download Fall 2022 report is now available. This year features special focus on the growing prevalence of podcasts with video elements. This includes a finding that 28% of consumers prefer actively watching a podcast with a video component.  The Last Yard - the blog post that started it all, by Adam Curry, published to Podnews. Thought lost for years, a copy of Adam Curry's 2001 blog The Last Yard has been discovered on the Wayback Machine and duplicated by Podnews with permission. A piece of industry history, Curry's post lead to a meeting with Dave Winer that lead to the creation of podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast
Episode Spotlight: Surviving the Holidays with Michelle Dempsey-Multack

The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 45:11


This week I am re-sharing my episode featuring Michelle Dempsey-Multack which was all about how to survive the holidays pre- or post-divorce.  If this is your first Christmas alone or last holiday as a single-family unit, this episode will offer advice about how to create new holiday traditions, how to set boundaries, and how to take care of yourself during this highly emotional and uncertain time in your life.  Michelle is a writer, coach, Certified Divorce Specialist (CDS®), and host of the Moms Moving On Podcast. As a divorced, co-parenting, and remarried mother, nothing makes Michelle happier than being able to guide other women as they move on through the divorce process, and helping them turn their divorce lemons into lemonade – just like she did. A native New Yorker, Michelle now resides in Miami with her husband, Spencer, and each of their daughters, Bella and Jolie.  Resources & Links:Links and information may also be found at: https://kateanthony.com/podcast/episode-spotlight-surviving-the-holidays-with-michelle-dempsey-multack Michelle's website Michelle on Instagram Michelle on Facebook Mom's Moving On Podcast TODAY'S EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: WORTHY The Divorce Survival Guide podcast is sponsored by Worthy. Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks.  With Worthy, you're in control from start to finish. If your item doesn't sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured. And now for a limited time, you'll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at https://worthy.com/dsg-podcast. (See website for terms.) JOIN THE SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO FACEBOOK GROUP

Trashy Divorces
S16E17: King of Pain | Rex Harrison's Spiderwebs

Trashy Divorces

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 48:48


Today we're taking a second look at actor Rex Harrison. While we covered his trashy life recently, Alicia has a suite of spiderwebs featuring the man, with special appearances by Audrey Hepburn, Julie Andrews, George Cukor, and many more. Buckle up your fury pants, Trashpandas! Want early, ad-free episodes, limited series, Zoom hangouts, and more? Join us at patreon.com/trashydivorces! Sponsors Almost 30. Tune into Almost 30 wherever you listen to podcasts! For more information about Almost 30's courses, membership and upcoming events, head to almost30.com and be sure to check out Almost 30's Instagram and other socials at almost30podcast. Trashy Divorces podcast is sponsored by Worthy. Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks. With Worthy, you're in control from start to finish. If your item doesn't sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured. And now for a limited time you'll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at https://worthy.com/trashy. (See website for terms.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Brand Theory Podcast
From Idea to a Thriving Brand with Francie Hinrichsen

The Brand Theory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 37:55


You know that business dream you just can't shake? Francie guides women as they grow their business from an idea, to proof of concept, to a thriving brand they're proud of in her business, Founding Females.She's a 3X business owner with a master's in business, an author, and a speaker who helps deliver practical how-tos for accomplishing business goals. She recently published a book called, Dream, Build, Grow: A Female's Step-by-Step Guide for How to Start a Business which details the 'what,' 'how,' and 'why' for building a business.Join us for this in depth episode where we discuss Francie's fool proof method for growing your brand beyond the startup phase.Connect with Francie:WebsiteInstagramBook2023 Founding Females EventConnect with Danielle:FALL SALE!Feeling a little lost and overwhelmed in where to take your brand and business next? Not sure which marketing strategies you should be focusing on to see the results you want to be seeing? Maybe it's time for a brand audit!Learn more here! Use code FALL22 for an exclusive 15% savings!InstagramTikTokBlogWebsiteLinkedIn

Build Cast
BUILDcast: Tom Staub

Build Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 46:16


Starting In 2010, Tom saw an opportunity to take advantage of distressed assets in the single-family space. Over 48 months, Tom built a team and acquired properties in the states of Indiana, Alabama, and Ohio. In these years, Tom could be found at events speaking on the topic of real estate investing. In doing so he formed a network of 45+ investors who were intrigued by his vision and began investing their own capital and took this as an opportunity to build an asset management company focused on private money loans, real estate flipping, and the multi family syndication space.In 2016, as the market shifted towards the single family rental space resulting in compressed profit margins, Tom took this an opportunity to pivot and focus on larger projects which offered larger margins. In Tom's words, “bigger margins equals lower risk.” Starting in Ohio, specifically Cleveland, Tom alongside his father completed their first syndication project with a successful exit and a 3X multiple on equity. They went on to do it again in Huntsville, Alabama exiting a project within 15 months. Once again, as the market shifted towards the syndication model and margins began to compress in 2017, Tom pivoted towards land development.In 2017, Tom and the team moved to Flagstaff, Arizona where they acquired their first 80 acres of land. This was a critical point in the real estate journey as the team knew they had a lot to learn given the complexities of land development. The team invested their own capital to limit the exposure of investors given the risk and their lack of knowledge in the land development space. In other words, this was a learning project and the intention was to fail and learn as much as they could via the mistakes.While many mistakes were made and lessons learned, the team exited the project in 18 months once again nearly 3X'ing equity invested. They went on to acquire machinery, established teams on ground, build partnerships locally for all materials and supplies, and acquired an additional 80 acres to repeat the process. Upon exit of a second project they expanded operations in Austin, Texas while also expanding in Arizona.Fast forward to the year 2022, and the Red Oak team now has operations in both Arizona and Texas, has more than 2000+ single-family lots under development, a target of 2000 ground up townhome and multi-family units, and are targeting 8,000 single-family lots by the year 2024. Additionally, under the Red Oak umbrella, have built an engineering firm under ViewPoint engineering focused in Arizona and Texas.

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
Jamey Schrier: Perfect Pricing: How to Price, Charge and Get Paid for What You Do

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 46:00


In this episode, CEO of Practice Freedom U, Jamey Schrier, talks about pricing your services appropriately. Today, Jamey talks about the guilt surrounding pricing, accessibility and luxury, and the 3X model. How should we express the outcomes of our services? Hear about job security, pricing according to the market, and get Jamey's advice to his younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “You don't strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.” “We need to charge appropriately for not what we do but benefits that we provide.” “Always get paid for R&D.” “People will pay for your results.” “I would've gotten help from an outside source sooner.”   More about Jamey Schrier Jamey Schrier, P.T., is a best-selling author, business coach, speaker, and CEO of Practice Freedom U, a business training and coaching company. Jamey has helped hundreds of private practice owners Treat Less, Earn More, and live a life of prosperity and fun.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Pricing, Money, Quality, Experience, Value, Business,   Resources: FREE GIFT: PT Practice Quiz.   To learn more, follow Jamey at: Website:          www.practicefreedomu.com. LinkedIn:         Jamey Schrier. Instagram:       @jameyschrierpfu. Facebook:       Jamey Schrier.   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript here:  Unknown Speaker  0:02   Hey, Jamie, welcome back to the podcast, one of my most frequent guests, and I love you for coming on. It's so great. I love seeing you. If only your wife would were here, that would make it so much better. Unknown Speaker  0:14   Well, thank you so much, Karen. And she couldn't be here. But I think she's having fun with her friends, because it's around the holidays. And that's what she does. Unknown Speaker  0:23   Oh, wow. Next time she's coming on. So let's see, last time we saw each other was that PPS in Colorado? And you had you did a pre con there, right? What was that pre con about just kind of tell the audience in case you do it again, we can get some you know, Unknown Speaker  0:44   it's it's one of my it's one of my best pre cons. It's one of my best workshops, it's five steps to additional five figures. And what I do is just grab, like, a few key areas in every business needs these. So for this one, we did a lot of foundational stuff around vision and values. We then went into messaging like, actually, how do you communicate what you do we always complain, no one understands what we do. Chad went into a whole thing on you know, how to develop your message and how to put this message everywhere. So people actually understand what you do. And let's see, we did delegation. Who not you. So to get that stuff off your plate that we all hate doing. You and I are talking about behind the scenes, video editing, it's, we all have things that we hate doing, you hire someone else. And we did some other things around development of systems. So it was four hours, and it was awesome. And it went like just like that. Unknown Speaker  1:52   I'm sure it did. Well, it sounds great. And if you do it again, hopefully at PPS people you'll get I know you had like a sellout crowd, right? Unknown Speaker  2:02   Well, yeah, I mean, we had it sold out in like a few days. And I thought that we're going to expand it, because we had plenty of room but there was some mix up or whatever. So I'm hoping I can get back there next year and literally do the same talk. I think we could probably get 150 people in there without without a problem. Because it was it was great. I got people still reaching out to me saying, oh my god, I did what you said I, I tweaked my my ad and all of a sudden people reached out to me, they want to work for me. Amazing. There's no secrets, but there's definitely some certain principles that can can always help us. Right, right. Unknown Speaker  2:38   Absolutely. And so today we're gonna talk about pricing our services. So this is a question I get a lot, I'm sure it's something you get a lot. And I have a feeling it's what a lot of people struggle with is how do I price my services appropriately? So what is your best advice? Let's just start with that. So how do we how do we properly price our services? And before we even start, I'll also say, I think a lot of physical therapists, maybe you may disagree, are uncomfortable around this conversation of pricing. Because Unknown Speaker  3:19   therapists are uncomfortable around the conversation of money. Right? Unknown Speaker  3:23   Right. So let's start. Let's start. Let's start with that. So what do you say to those people who are like, Oh, I don't know, I feel bad. I feel bad charging people for what I do. How many times have you heard that? Unknown Speaker  3:37   A lot. I heard today, I had three conversations. One too, with clients, current clients and one with someone that was interested in our program. And they all brought up the same word guilt. Guilt is a word I hear so often. And it's the guilt of whatever making money, the guilt of what I should be charging the guilt of, you know, I feel like it should be in with my team and working all the time with them. Or, you know, it's just this idea of this guilt is a motion that isn't a rational emotion. Right. It's an irrational emotion. And that kind of leads us to making some decisions that aren't beneficial for anyone. So, you know, when people say, you know, I, I feel bad about charging and, you know, my, my response back is, you know, what, specifically do you feel bad about? And that's when they kind of stop and it's more of, well, why don't really know, like, they don't know why they feel bad. It's almost like a default mechanism. Right? It's just, it's if you say you feel bad, it's, I kind of refer to it almost like I feel bad. So I'm a good person. Like if I feel bad about charging people, I'm a good person. Now you and I would do a reframe on that. If I don't to charge you, then you don't get to experience my services in a way that you get to pay and feel the value of what I deliver, like that reframe all of a sudden changes the whole relationship. But we don't look at it from that way, a lot of times, I mean, obviously, if we really wanted to become multimillionaires, we probably wouldn't have gone into physical therapy. So we would be, you know, right down the street from in Wall Street. So, you know, many of us do have this idea that helping people and doing good in the world somehow means we shouldn't make money or can't make money. I mean, there's some deep money blocks that that are going on there. And I think that's what interferes, when we try to determine how much do we charge for our services? Unknown Speaker  5:50   Mm hmm. Yeah. 100%. And, you know, I think early on in my career, I had those feelings of like, wow, I don't know, I don't feel right about this. And then, and then you realize you have that mind shift of like, well, wait a second. If I am not charging appropriately, to keep my doors open, then I'm doing a disservice to my community, because I can't reach the people I need to reach. Unknown Speaker  6:20   Yeah, I mean, I say this all the time. It's, you don't, you don't strengthen the weak by weakening the strong, we are the strong, the business owner is the strong, we're the one that's taking this risk. We're the ones that is, you know, trying to create this vision is something that we want to do and help other people. And yet, we're the ones that work more hours than anybody in our business. Typically, if you add up the hours, you work by what you pay yourself, you're making less than your therapists that you're that you're paying. And you're stressed out, it affects your relationships at home, it's like you give your best to the people that you work with. And you give whatever energy is leftover to the people that you love and that are at home. Right, the whole model screwed up. And it has a lot to do with kind of kind of going back to either our childhoods or what schools kind of teaching us or whatever our influences are, that is screwing us up when we go into this business of physical therapy. Unknown Speaker  7:24   Right, right. Because, for me, what was the biggest aha moment or a change in mindset, if you will, is going from being a physical therapist who happens to own a business, to being a business owner, who happens to be a physical therapist. So once you're in that business owner mindset, you need to keep your doors open, you need to know what you need to make to turn a profit to gosh, I mean, at least pay your bills, right. But you should want to pay your bills and turn a profit. So you know, when it so let's talk about when it comes to pricing. Is there a formula? Is there something that people can look at or can plug and play? That gives them a better idea on what they can charge? Unknown Speaker  8:18   Yes. So I like to share a little story with you. Um, New York has some beautiful hotels, right? What's What's the nicest hotel you know, of in New York? What's the peninsula? Unknown Speaker  8:33   Peninsula, you're like, I don't know. flippin insula. Unknown Speaker  8:36   I don't know. Okay, the peninsula. Pretty Unknown Speaker  8:38   nice place, right? Right charges. Who knows how much per night but it's not. It's not like 150 bucks. And then there's the opposite end of the peninsula, there's probably, you know, maybe a red roof or something floating around there, maybe a small little Fairfield inn or whatever the case is. Right now, the peninsula probably does pretty well. And I know the Red Roof Inn, they do pretty well as it also. So these are two hotels. These hotels have to make a decision about what is your avatar? What are you about? What do you stand for? And if the peninsula thinks that they're trying to be a red roof in and do some of the things that the Red Roof Inn does, then you as someone that loves peninsula will be turned off. And of course, if the Red Roof Inn starts charging $20 for water in the room, which I imagined the peninsula will do minimum, then you're going to turn off that ideal client. So it is not about what you charge, you first have to answer the question, Who is the audience you're trying to track? And even before you answer that, you have to go in too, what are you about? Where do you put yourself from the peninsula, the high end, Four Seasons Hotel even higher, and the Red Roof Inn, because it isn't bad and isn't good. They're just very different in how they identify their avatar, and how they deliver deliver services and how they market and how they deliver the experience of the Avatar, they both have an avatar, and they both do financially very well. That's where we have to begin, we have to begin with identifying well are we going to be more of a place that might be, hey, we're a little bit more of a volume business, we accept insurance, we're only getting paid 50 bucks a pop, we got to see three people an hour, we do pretty good service, the beds are clean, the pillows work, you know, we keep the place clean, we keep the lights nice, but it is it's like you're going to stay the night and it does the job. Versus Are you going to be a high end boutique, high touch kind of place, you're going to do things that most places don't, you're gonna get that call, the person is going to have your cell number they're going to reach out to it's just a different experience. Each of those places has to charge a different amount they have to write this is really an exercise on clarity. This is an exercise on you looking in the mirror and saying what is this place about? And you have to be honest, because if you're like, well, we deliver the greatest care in New York and where the best work, okay, then that means you have to align your business to demonstrate that don't say you're the greatest, and you got a leak in the ceiling. Your carpet hasn't been changed in 20 years. Right? You know, you got some water fountains sitting outside. One of my one of my clients, he's in Brooklyn, he, you know, we did this exercise years ago, and I said, Lou, what are you about, and he goes on Equinox, I go, um, hi. And he does PT he does ot he does, you know, a little bit of rehab stuff. And by golly, you walk into his place, it is high. And that is his whole way of doing things from the towels he gives in the bottle of water in the art, everything is for that person that appreciates that. And yes, many of his non insurance prices reflect that. So that's, that's where you have to start, you have to determine where you are on that spectrum, let's say make it easy. Let's just say it's one to five. All right, the wine is solid, nice. Probably a little more volume ish, lower price, the high end Peninsula, that's where you have to start. Unknown Speaker  13:06   Yeah. And that's when I sort of started my business, I sort of coined the phrase like a concierge practice, because I patterned my business after a high end concierge is like at the peninsula, or at the Four Seasons, or at the, I don't know, the Andaz or something like that, right, these very high end, hotel chains that go above and beyond, you know, they go the extra mile. And so that's how I created my practice and what my practice is, you know, we're all about excellence in every sense of the word. Unknown Speaker  13:47   And if you said that to me, and I'm like, Oh, my God, that's great. I love that because I'm status, right? Yeah. When someone tells me the peninsula, it's not because the beds are really that much better. They probably are. But it's not because of that. Let's face it, Seth Godin talks about this all the time, it's connecting with status on a certain status. Now, if you said, I'm the greatest, and you told me you charge $75 a visit, I wouldn't go to you, right? Because that's not enough. I need to be connected with the best, right? Let's face it, the best usually has the biggest price tag. That's why Mercedes, that's why BMW are a different level than some of the other car companies, right. That's what people expect, even if they pay a lower amount, because they started bringing their prices down to fit a different type of it still has that element of oh, I drive a Mercedes. Unknown Speaker  14:43   Right. And I think it also comes down to you know, you're looking at that word luxury. Right. So I and I often wonder, I do I think physical therapy is a luxury item. I don't I mean it Well, it could be, but I do think physical therapy should be accessible to everyone. But why can't you be accessible and be luxury at the same time? Unknown Speaker  15:11   Well, that's interesting. So you're going to start now moving towards a little bit of the heartstrings that you and I have talked about many, many times. This is where people get into trouble, right? I'm working with a client right now. And he's coming out of a really bad situation for the last couple of years, because he made a decision and impulsive financial decision to accept Medicaid, his businesses, typical outpatient, ortho, you know, one of those types of places, whenever be a half hour type of thing. And he did this because he said, Oh, my God, there's nobody doing Medicaid. The money's not too bad. And we don't even have to mark it, we can get a million people. Well, what he failed to really go through is realize that this population didn't align with everything else that he's doing. It was a completely separate population. It doesn't mean he couldn't have them in, but it was just mixing everything up. almost cost him his business. So he realized, oh, yeah, it was it was seven figures, it was costing him. So he realized, Oh, my God, this is a disaster. Now, he said, like you said, I wanted to try to help and serve more people. So I can help them serve more people. It was easy to generate a referrals. And we can see the population. But the population that came in the type of services that were delivered, the type of culture, not bad or good, it was just very different. What they had, so it caused a lot of internal strife. And of course, the amount of work it took to actually get paid from the government. Unknown Speaker  16:56   Right, right. Yeah. Unknown Speaker  16:59   So when you start doing things out of alignment, just like our spine, when your spine is out of alignment, it starts to create a problem, it starts to break down. So this this a question about what should I charge? The question is, what are you about? What do you believe in? And then you start to do research, not comparing yourself what someone else is charging. You do research around? I'm similar to Karen. I feel like I'm that place. What is Karen charge? She charges 250 a visit? What is someone else? HR 300. This purchase this person charges? Two. So now, you know, anywhere from two to 300 is in that world? Unknown Speaker  17:42   Yeah, you're in the right ballpark, Unknown Speaker  17:44   you're in the right ballpark. Now that number can be I don't know, I mean, people that say, Well, I charge 125 of this, like, Okay, the first question is, is that number going to get you what you want? And that's a hard question to ask, right? Why would you want to make? Well, I want to make 200,000 I go, Well, 125 an hour is not gonna get you there. I don't care where you live. Right. Right, right. These are really difficult questions that we have to answer. But the idea is, value is not about. It's not about the techniques. It's not about all that stuff. You're learning all that stuff that our profession sells us, you got to learn more about this stuff, you got to have the fancy technique. It's not about that values, really about the big result. You help people plus the benefits that you add the result or the outcome, and the ancillary benefits. That's ultimately what we're selling, all of us are selling. And if you do this exercise, right, you really start looking at Karen, well, what is the big result that we're giving people? Yes, we're getting them out of pain. But what are they getting back to? They're getting back to running, they're getting back to work. They're getting back to living their life in full. You tell me what that's worth. Because if you dig down deep enough, guess what it's worth? It's priceless. Right? If you truly think about what we do, it's priceless. Because of our health because we only have one body. And you know, if you don't feel good, it's just a miserable, miserable way. So if the value that we provide is really priceless. Then we're just using the the hotel model to figure out where we want to be. And then we align our business and we align everything else we're doing in that way. Right the alignment that's the biggest issue. Because we all say we want to be the boutique, especially the cash base programs, we want to be boutique but our heartstrings, in the way we run our business is the red roof in one's not bad ones not good. It just doesn't aligned. And that creates stress. Unknown Speaker  20:10   Right, right. Yeah. So I think if, as when you're thinking about pricing, and correct me if I'm wrong here, but I think you want to look at quality, like, what is the quality of the product you're delivering? What kind of experience and reward are you creating for your patients? Is it through like a controlled sort of channel? Or is it chaos? That makes a big difference? Nobody wants chaos. And then finally, is it a personalized service? Or is it cookie cutter? And I think you have to think about all of those things before, as you're thinking about your pricing. Don't you think? Unknown Speaker  20:56   I'll push back a little bit on that? Yeah. I've never met anyone that told me they had a cookie cutter practice, ever. We everyone knows people. But when you look at yourself, right, says they have a cookie cutter practice. Right. Right. So you know, you said you said something about experience. I'll push back on that. I don't really care how much you know, I know. I Unknown Speaker  21:22   don't I don't mean, my experience. I mean, greens for the patient. Oh, their experience? Yeah. Have creating a good experience for your customer? I've heard that before. Yeah, that's my experience. No, no, no, Unknown Speaker  21:36   I got 10 years and 20 years. I'm like, No, it's the value you provide? Unknown Speaker  21:41   Yeah, no, I mean, the, like the patient experience, I should have been more specific the experience that you provide for for them? Unknown Speaker  21:50   Exactly. I mean, you know, look, if you're providing if you feel you're providing a higher service, and part of that higher service is creating an experience that really meets people where they are and meets their physical needs, their emotional needs, and all these other needs that they have, then you need to price it appropriately. So you need to look at other places that do something similar, and get an idea of where you should be. Right. I can tell you right now, nobody does that. What they do is they just pick a number out of the hat based on their internal guilt system. Am I feel okay with this number, or if I feel too guilty with it, it's a completely irrational system. And that's how they do because I've seen people people come in our program, and I go, how much you charge? And I like 121 30. I'm like, is that what you're worth? They're like, No, I'm worth 180. I go in charge 180. They're like, really? I can do that. I'm like, Sure can. And then you start getting into, well, what if they say no, what? Every single time very few people ever lead, they just gave himself a massive raise. And now they feel better about the services are providing, right? Let's face it, I guarantee when you were a little younger, as a therapist, you charge less, there's a slight little resentment, I care and just a slight, just a little resentment, like, I'm so freaking good at what I'm doing. And I'm only charging this amount. I know with me there was because I spent a fortune on my education, continuing it hours upon hours learning to get paid the worst paying insurance that I accept it. Right. I mean, it's it's a tough thing. But you need to really look at, you know, a great exercise I like to do is what are the benefits your service or program provides? Like, if you're trying to figure out what are the benefits? What is what is the model? Like, what is the treatment model? We refer to it as the business model. You know, this is the revenue you make for the program or for the service. And then what does the market charge for a similar thing? Now I know people listening will be like, well, no one does it quite like me. No one will ever do it quite like you. But let's face it, there's other people that do something similar to the outside public. It may not be similar to you, but if you're looking outside, it's similar. That will give you an idea of where where you can play, whether you get the high end, the middle end or the low end, not service or anything, just the lower end of what you're going to build for the services. And typically, like you said before, the lower end you charge, you're going to have to do more volume. I just did a masterclass and financial unit We're talking about this yoga program around financials and financial statements and how to look at what's a profitable model. And I like to use the three times model, meaning whatever you charge, per, whatever you charge, whatever you make per hour, has to be three times of what you're paying the person to deliver it. So if you're paying someone $50 an hour, that person has to generate at least $150 an hour. If not, there's not enough money for profit, and for overhead, and salaries and labor costs and all that. So that three times model was always a good model, you can use that really easily in the cash base model, right? Because typically, in a cash base model, you're literally just paying because a lot of cash base is an hour. But hey, if you're paying the person $50 an hour, you can charge less than 150. That makes it really easy to figure out. But I know your model, you're like, I'm not doing three times my models five times, even better. And as long as people are willing to pay it, and you feel good, and they feel good. This is more of a mind a mindset. What do you value, your own services. And the challenge we all have Karen is, once we learn all this stuff, once we go through all the heartache, once we go through all that stuff, all the money and everything, we typically forget about how much we put into doing this. And we only look forward, we only look at other people that we think are better than us. And they know more, and who am I to charge more, they don't even charge that much. When we get into that whole world. And that's tough. We need to to charge appropriately for not what we do, the benefits that we provide. Right? Right. That's what we're billing out. We build out outcomes benefits results. Unknown Speaker  27:02   100%? And how do you? What do you advise people to? Or how do you advise people sorry, to? To express that, to whether that be on their website? Or when they're talking to a patient on a sales call? How do they express what they do for them? So what those outcomes would be? Because in the end, everyone's always like, How much is it? Which is normal? Like if people are coming for your services, they should know how much it is right? So how do you so now we're getting Unknown Speaker  27:41   into the sales conversation? Well, you know, my favorite topics. Yeah. Unknown Speaker  27:48   It's up to you how deep of a dive you want to go on this. Unknown Speaker  27:51   But I love I love the sales conversation because it can be really, really simple. Right? I don't have a complicated sales process. I had three calls today. They're the most genuine, authentic just conversation, here's the thing. Step one, identify where the person is, what trouble what pain, what difficulty, are there have it step one be? What are those? What are the problems that they're having? How are they affecting their lives? So in our world, in the marketing world, it's called pain points. What are their pain points. This is not just physical pain points. These are emotional pain points. It could be spiritual pain points, it could be financial pain points, think about financial pain points for a second. So you're working with someone, and you're helping them potentially to avoid a $35,000 back surgery. So there's huge benefits to this, right, you're also potentially avoiding them because they don't want to take medication. So they're now not going to be hooked on oxy. So what's the benefits of that? What's the results of that? So you always start with where people are, have the problem that they're having. So we call them you start in the pain. And then you transition to their desires, their aspirations, their wants, what do they want? And I've had people say to me, well, Jamie, of course, they want to be out of pain. I go, No, they want more than that. Getting out of pain is one part of it. But to do what, like I've had chronic back pain for 30 years. Now when my back pain flares up. First of all, I'll write a check. I don't care how big 100% Right Second of all, what I want is not to get out of pain, necessarily. I want to go back and play basketball. Now of course, it's a hell of a lot easier to play if I'm not in severe pain. Now the question was, or the question is, so what is it about basketball? Well, it's social. It's physical. I stay in shape. I stay connected with my friends. What happens if you can't play basketball? Well, frankly, I'll get a little depressed. I'll just be a slob. I you know, a walk around the neighborhood but that's I'd like to talk smack with my buddies. So you get people into this emotional place of where you are now. And where they want to be where they want to be. The only thing that you need to provide, besides a sense of trust, which is, what's the biggest thing you provide, is you're providing a bridge from what I like to refer to as the House of Pain. Because I like to house the pain. Sure, jump around to play. Yeah, Unknown Speaker  30:30   of course, that was that was House of Pain, right? jump around, Unknown Speaker  30:33   I know you you got the House of Pain, to Pleasure Island, are going from pain to pleasure. The thing that gets us there, the bridge that gets us from pain to pleasure. That's what you provide. Now, if they want to know the specifics of what you do, then you can share the specifics you could share Well, step one, we do an intake evaluation, and we go through ABC, step two, we determine what's going on step three, we turn the player of the plan, step four, we get you better. So 1234, that's our plan. So because when I trust you caring, if I trust you, I don't need to know every little thing that you're going to do. I really don't care. All I care about is can you help me get what I want? And get me out of this place that I'm at right now. This is the, quote, sales conversation. I have. I mean, I tell people what the sales conversation because people think this is like some bait and switch, some coercive, the best sales conversation in the world are the ones that are most authentic, most genuine, and you actually care and you want to understand where they are. And you want to understand where they want to go. And you have confidence in what you do. If you don't have confidence. You show up weak weaknesses in something people trust, and you show up. I don't know if you're gonna be they really helped me. So if I asked you well, how much do you charge? Well, I don't I mean, kind of I mean, is 100 too much? I mean, I mean, I'll see you a couple of visits, like, you start almost apologizing, right? I've done it. Unknown Speaker  32:21   I've done it. I've done it a million times. 100. Yeah, absolutely. Unknown Speaker  32:26   But I've gotten over my emotion towards money, because that was my issues. And now it's just very clear. Well, here's what the program is, here's what we do, here's how much it costs. Hey, whatever, you know, credit card, check, whatever worried. And, yeah, I mean, this, this is where, you know, when we do an exercise around sales, you come out of this, not thinking twice about it. But we have to appreciate the fact that we went into physical therapy, we do have some money issues, we do have some guilt issues. But we can address those, because those aren't helping us get create the life that we want. And that's not going to serve the people we want to serve. And that's not going to attract the people that want to work for us either. Right? Because your staff, as much as we like to say, well, the generation, whatever generation we're on Z, Y, whatever, they don't want to work, they don't want to do anything they don't want to nobody wants to work for a boss who's broke. Because you know, why selfishly speaking? Karen, if you're broke, that means my job's unstable. My security is unstable, right? I want you to do well. So it's not that I don't want you to do well. But let's face it, it's it's it's expensive out there. And I want to make sure that I'm secure. So most of the people that bitch and complain about the people out there, they volunteer about his money. Well, the problem is, why can't you afford to pay them? And it's because you're not running an efficient business. Because of some of the things we talked about. Your services aren't priced correctly, you don't know actually how to position and sell your services. But those are skills. Those are skills you can learn there's nothing magic about it. Unknown Speaker  34:15   Right. And you can practice those skills. Absolutely. You have Unknown Speaker  34:19   to practice Yeah, well, how many when I worked with my, one of my first coaches in this business and in the coaching and training business on my nine years ago, he had me do this extra because he I had so much damn money stuff in my head. He goes, what what's the most you've ever sold in a program is like $500 Like, okay, so you're gonna charge $5,000 for your upcoming 90 Day Program. This This was the first thing I sold. I didn't sell a $97 program or $7 The first thing I was selling despite that I was sweating. And I go what do I say because you say exactly this. You ask them about this, you ask smell that. And then you say, here's what the price is, and you shut up. And I was scared I was sweating up for people said, Yes, I made more money in that thing. And they ended up being clients for a long time. Right? So what he had me do here was the exercise. He goes, I want you to practice doing the sales on your phone. And then I want you to send it to me. I'll give you some feedback. You do it again. So I practice 10 times. give me feedback. I practice 10 more, I knew the sales close. Right? Hey, so what are your thing? All right. So this, what do you that? So I kind of practice that, that thing. And by the end, I'm not saying I still didn't have some issues and butterflies when I said it, but it was a lot less emotional for me. And, of course, the people came on and they they loved it, they did well. So this is what we get to do we get to increase our skill levels and capabilities by practicing for sure. Unknown Speaker  36:06   Right, right. And and it's okay to not be perfect right out of the gate. Unknown Speaker  36:12   You're not going to be perfect, you're gonna screw this up, of course, you're gonna mess it up. And you know what, they're still going to pay you. Unknown Speaker  36:20   That's right. That's right. Unknown Speaker  36:22   Another mentor of mine told me always get paid for r&d. And everything's r&d. In other words, everything we're doing, we're just practicing, right, we're gonna practice this, you might as well practice it on people that can write new checks and come in as, as a patient. So, lean into the fear, lean into the worry, practice the the conversation and all that figure out where your price point is, and be confident people, people will pay for the results. Now, that's not your population. If your population is $125 a visit, that's fine, that's fine. People will pay for the results. That's right, you get to choose where your thing is, the only advice I would give you is just make sure you're at that three times multiple, do not charge and we're not talking about you because nobody pays themselves. We're talking about if you are someone if you're just a solopreneur. If you are someone to deliver services, just make sure what you're charging is three times what you pay them. If not, you're gonna you're gonna buck up on some on some issues there. Unknown Speaker  37:38   Right, right. And I think that's really good advice, and kind of a one. One have a really good solid takeaway from our conversation. Are there any other takeaways that you want the audience to remember? Unknown Speaker  37:54   Decide whether you're the peninsula or the red roof. Look for the people in that level of your market. Look at where they are and what their services are, and charge and price accordingly. Absolutely, Unknown Speaker  38:11   yeah. Yeah. I couldn't agree more great advice. Did we miss anything in our conversation? I feel like we hit a lot of really solid points. Was there anything that you were like I really wanted to get this point in? And we didn't hit it? Unknown Speaker  38:26   No, I don't think so. I mean, you know, you and I have lots of conversations around this. wish this was more complicated. It's not. It's not complicated. We make Unknown Speaker  38:38   it complicated. Unknown Speaker  38:39   I don't want to make it more complicated. Because I'm really good at doing that. I don't want to make this complicated. By giving all this other stuff. Here's the biggest problem we have with this. It's not that we're great at delivering what we do. The problem is we have our own internal issues around money around pricing around guilt. That's the part we have to address. No amount of fancy strategy, this subnet is going to change that. So the thing I gave you with the hotels with the this and that, it gives you an idea where you feel comfortable, make sure it's three times what you would have to pay someone to do it and try it. See they'll thank you. They'll thank you for doing that because your issues your own stuff is all in your head. So the only way you can address it is by addressing it so you don't need any more fancy stuff. It's just figure out where you are who you are. Charge it and go get Unknown Speaker  39:43   it right kiss keep keep it simple, stupid, right? Unknown Speaker  39:47   Keep it simple. Unknown Speaker  39:48   Keep it simple. absolute love it now. I know you know this question. So what advice would you give to your younger self? You've given plenty of advice here to your younger self, and I feel like it's a never end Doing well, sources. So give us another one. Unknown Speaker  40:03   What advice would I give to my younger self? Um, I probably I would have, I would have gotten help from an outside source sooner. Unknown Speaker  40:19   I love it. I just said that the other day, I think that's great advice. Unknown Speaker  40:23   You and I, you and I have a value system very similar when it comes to learning. You and I are lifetime learners. Mm hmm. And I wasn't always like this, I learned in my profession. But when it came to the business of physical therapy, I did not invest one 100 of what I invest in my, you know, manual skills and stuff, I, I wouldn't, I wouldn't, I would buy a book. And my younger self, I would have invested much more in my business acumen, I would have hired a coach, I would have went through the uncomfortableness of writing a check to my coach, which I eventually did. But then on the other side of that, you know, you get so much back of that, because you have to go through the fire, all of us have to go to the fire, even the overnight successes, which there's no such thing goes through the fire. So I would have gone through the fire sooner so I could get on the other side instead of through the torment that I did for for pretty much nine years. Unknown Speaker  41:27   Right? Right. I couldn't agree more. And now where can people find you? And what is your free gift for the listeners? Because I know there is one here. So they can you can follow me quiz. Ah, your PT practice quiz. Unknown Speaker  41:46   Yeah, I mean, look, the first thing you want to do is really understand kind of where you are in your business, you might think you understand where you are. But this this, this pte practice quiz and I have asked you questions that you're not asking yourself. So there's it only takes about five minutes to do it gives you a score kind of rates you where you are in your business, and then I provide resources to help you overcome those challenges that you're having. Because business really comes for most of us, you're really in three different areas of your business, you're in a Stage One Business stage two, stage three. And really what that means is where your income is your your total revenue, whether it's zero to 400,000 400,000 to a million or million to 3 million, that's where 90% of all of us are. So this quiz kind of will ask you some questions and really kind of teach you a lot about your business. So that's definitely something that I would highly recommend taking you want to reach me you know, best way to do is just follow me on LinkedIn. You know at Jamie Schreier. You can reach out for my you know, shoot me an email if you want to shoot me an email Jamie at practice freedom you. I'm all over the place. I'm like you, Karen. I'm all over social media. I tried to get myself out there and try to deliver good, good resources for people to try to help them. Unknown Speaker  43:07   Cool and I'll just remind people of the website it's practice freedom you the letter u.com Unknown Speaker  43:14   Yeah, practice u.com And then yeah, there's there's a quiz right there or you can leave the link to the quiz. Unknown Speaker  43:20   Yes, everything will all of Jamie's information will be at the podcast, website at podcast at healthy wealthy smart.com. In the show notes under this episode, one click will take you to anywhere you want to go. Jamie Schreier related. So I think that's pretty good, right. That's great. Great. So Jamie, thank you so much for coming on. Again, as always a great conversation. I really appreciate you. So thank you so much. Thank you, Karen. And everyone. Thanks so much for listening. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.

Trashy Divorces
S16E16: Addicted To Love | Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer

Trashy Divorces

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 46:13


The world was captivated by the saga of Princess Diana when she married and divorced Prince Charles, but it turns out that marital trouble is a bit of a family matter for the Spencers. Alicia has the details on Diana's brother, Charles Spencer, whose two divorces and other romantic misadventures stand out even among the notoriously randy aristocracy. Want early, ad-free episodes, limited series, Zoom hangouts, and more? Join us at patreon.com/trashydivorces! Sponsors Lomi by Pela. Turn your food waste into dirt with the press of a button with Lomi. Use the code TRASHY to save $50 at lomi.com/TRASHY. FX's Fleishman Is In Trouble. Now streaming on Hulu! The Oak Tree Group. Mention Trashy Divorces for your free one hour financial preparedness conversation. Call 770-319-1700 or visit them on the web at theoaktreegroup.net. Trashy Divorces podcast is sponsored by Worthy. Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks. With Worthy, you're in control from start to finish. If your item doesn't sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured. And now for a limited time you'll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at https://worthy.com/trashy. (See website for terms.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

She is Extraordinary! Podcast
Ep 314: 3X Your Real Estate Biz in 2023!

She is Extraordinary! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 64:50


Here's the audio of a special Masterclass, exclusively for Real Estate Brokers, Agents & Team Leaders! Learn the Sophisticatedly Simple Business Model our Top Agents are Using to Generate 6 Figures AND Scale toward 7 Figures (without working 24/7, using FB ads, feeling salesy OR posting all day on social) This Model is all about building a FAITH-FUELED business. Doing business God's way: faithfully, joyfully, impactfully & profitably. If you're not generating consistent 5 figure revenue - each and every month - you're focusing on the wrong things (& no doubt your mindset is looking at things from a NATURAL perspective, instead of a GODLY supernatural perspective) Listen as I reveal 5 SHIFTS that, when implemented, will allow you to 3X, 5X or even 10X your business next year. These shifts involve work on your CEO skillset & your CEO thoughtset. >>SCHEDULE YOUR FREE GOAL-MAPPING SESSION: bit.ly/2023goalmapping During this session, I will work with you to craft a step-by-step strategic plan to: -Hit your revenue goals (your income potential is LIMITLESS) -Create demand (so you work with only the BEST clients) -Work more efficiently (with intentionality + focus, be more productive than ever as you LEVERAGE your time) -Approach decision-making from a FAITH-fueled perspective PLUS you'll receive my Listing & Buyer Presentation Frameworks. Limited Spots Available....Secure YOURS today: bit.ly/2023goalmapping

Trashy Divorces
S16E15: Stairway to Heaven | The Hero's (and Heroine's) Journey, featuring Andy Bellatti

Trashy Divorces

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 41:18


It's Thanksgiving week here in the States, so we thought we'd detour into some introspection about the narrative framework of The Hero's Journey and The Heroine's Journey, including astrological insights from our friend Andy Bellatti of Astrology With Andy. Follow him on Instagram for more insights! Want early, ad-free episodes, limited series, Zoom hangouts, and more? Join us at patreon.com/trashydivorces! Sponsors Lomi by Pela. Turn your food waste into dirt with the press of a button with Lomi. Use the code TRASHY to save $50 at lomi.com/TRASHY. FX's Fleishman Is In Trouble. Now streaming on Hulu! Trashy Divorces podcast is sponsored by Worthy. Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks. With Worthy, you're in control from start to finish. If your item doesn't sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured. And now for a limited time you'll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at https://worthy.com/trashy. (See website for terms.) Further Reading: The Hero with a Thousand Faces, by Joseph Campbell (Amazon.com) The Heroine's Journey: Woman's Quest for Wholeness, by Maureen Murdock (Amazon.com) The Writers Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers, 3rd Edition, by Christopher Vogler (Amazon.com) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The ReWire Podcast w/ Ryan Stewman
The Truth About Drinking | ReWire 1157

The ReWire Podcast w/ Ryan Stewman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 7:21


There are some things you have to know about drinking.  You've got to have rules around it.  Especially as a professional.  When I go to a party, I have a couple of simple rules.  For every one hour I am there, I can have 1 drink.  Usually it's Grey Goose and soda.  For every 2 hours, I drink a glass of water.  After the 2nd drink, if I'm still there, I have one more, but have the bartender hold the vodka.  I slip out at 10:00-10:30 at the latest.  Most people don't even know I left until I'm gone.  This is all by design.  I've been to the parties and watched people get shit faced and power drink 3X the amount most people do.  They start getting lose.  Stay stupid shit.  And sometimes, they do really stupid things that will be remembered by anyone who was at that party.  Depending on how bad it is, it's detrimental to their reputation as a professional.  This doesn't even begin to address the huge risks they take killing someone if they get behind the wheel of a car.  You've gotta have rules for yourself when you drink.  I hope this episode helps you establish some new rules for yourself.  If you're going to be your best you, you can't get caught trippin' with the booze.   #RiseAbove  HOW TO GET INVOLVED:  This planet is based on an algorithm and with every positive action, there is an adverse reaction.  Ryan Stewman rose and overcame a life of addiction, imprisonment, divorce, and circumstances that would break the spirit of the average human being.  He went on to create a powerful network of winners and champions in life and business creating a movement quickly changing lives one day at a time.  Learn more at: www.JoinTheApex.com   Check out this show and previous killer episodes of the ReWire Podcast in Apple Podcasts.  

Honest eCommerce
200 | How to Enter a Saturated Market | with Gillian Snyder

Honest eCommerce

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 26:11


Gillian Snyder is the VP of Marketing at Pureboost. She is responsible for growing the Pureboost business 2-3X year over year since its launch in August 2018 to where it is today. On this podcast, we talk about how Pureboost managed to produce a sample from an idea so fast, their similarities to the Lean Startup methodology, why they are not making more product SKUs and so much more! To learn more, visit: http://honestecommerce.co Resources: Subscribe to Honest Ecommerce on Youtube Scale your business with electriceye.io A healthy antioxidant energy drink mix containing no sugar, no sucralose and no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives pureboost.com  Connect with Gillian linkedin.com/in/gillianmager Funding a better way wayflyer.com/ecomm/honest Download Mesa at the Shopify App Store apps.shopify.com/mesa Respond to any of Rewind's welcome emails and mention HONEST ECOMMERCE to get 1 month free rewind.io/honest Get started with a free account at klaviyo.com/honest

Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast
EP360 How to 3X Your BRRRR Returns By Implementing a Co-Living Strategy with Brian Grimes

Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 32:09


My guest today has a prestigious Ivy League education and high net worth asset management background with Bridgewater Advisors. But in 2015 he left all that behind to launch his own real estate development company in his hometown of Philadelphia. Since then, he's renovated over 300 rental properties across the country using the BRRRR strategy. Brian Grimes is also the founder of 24/7 Cash Flow University where he teaches students to full-gut renovate, acquire, and stabilize cash flowing rental property portfolios while revitalizing class C neighborhoods.  He's also come up with a strategy that has 3X'd his cashflow and he's going to share it with us today. It involves co-living, and Brian is going to get specific about what he does to his properties to make this a successful strategy. You can find out more about Brian through the following links: https://www.facebook.com/247cashflowuniversity/ https://workwithgrimes.com/cashflow https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-grimes-cfp%C2%AE-2b99b632/ https://www.youtube.com/c/BrianLovesCashFlow Today's episode is brought to you by Green Property Management, managing everything from single family homes to apartment complexes in the West Michigan area. https://www.livegreenlocal.com And RCB & Associates, helping Michigan-based real estate investors and small business owners navigate the complex world of health insurance and Medicare benefits. https://www.rcbassociatesllc.com

Experiencing Motherhood: Single & Black
Mindset and Money with Tiffany

Experiencing Motherhood: Single & Black

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 46:01


In this episode, Kim sits down to chat with Tiffany, the founder of Moms Money Mindset, about her financial journey, especially overemployment as a single mom and how she was able to save $30K in 3 months to build her emergency fund by working two remote jobs! This episode is sponsored by Worthy. Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks. With Worthy, you're in control from start to finish. If your item doesn't sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured. And now for a limited time you'll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at worthy.com/single-black-motherhood Connect with Tiffany: https://www.instagram.com/momsmoneymindset/ Connect with Kim: https://www.instagram.com/singleblackmotherhood/ Books Mentioned: Smart Money, Smart Kids: https://amzn.to/3UJrp9H God's Creative Power for Healing: https://amzn.to/3Ecte7T Need help with earning more? Get A Single Mom's Guide to Earning More: https://www.singleblackmotherhood.com/shop-1/earningmore

Contractor Evolution
82. 3 No-Nonsense KPI's For Contractors Who Like Making Money - Meaghan Likes

Contractor Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 44:41


To apply to Breakthrough Academy click here: https://trybta.com/PCEP82 To download the pricing calculator, click here:  https://www.bookkeepingacademyonline.com/pricing-calculator Other Links Mentioned In This Podcast: https://likesaccounting.com/ https://www.bookkeepingacademyonline.com/ https://jefflikescleanwindows.com/ http://profitstofreedom.com/ http://adminbootcampadventure.com/   Let's say that I give you a challenge. I tell you that you need to triple revenue in your business in 1 year…and if you can't, I get to take it from you. You're probably already thinking, “How do I ramp up EVERYTHING by 3X? It's TOO MUCH.” Yeah…maybe you could pull it off, but it wouldn't be easy…or fun. Okay pause. Now what if I told you that there's a way to accomplish your 3x revenue growth simply by moving 3 VERY SPECIFIC levers forward by 5%,10% and 20%. That's it. Just the 3. Nothing else. And the lever you need to push by 20% can be moved overnight by sending 1 email with guaranteed results. It's not a pipe dream. When you see it and you run the math you realize it's entirely possible. It will blow your mind how easy it can be. Meaghan Likes, a Home Service Company owner and Certified Public Accountant figured this magic formula out and shares it with us in this episode of Contractor Evolution. Would you like to know what the 3 levers are? Then listen to this full episode for all the details. Episode Highlights: The real reason so many entrepreneurs avoid talking to their accountants and how to approach your accounting in a new mindset Why tracking Average Job Size (AJS) is so important and how to increase your AJS overnight How much you need to be raising your prices, when to do it, and why you should feel ZERO guilt about it If you have a poor Sales Ratio here's what you can change in your customer experience that often corrects the problem The most common reason for high lead slippage, and how to train your team to reduce it in a day How to easily 3x your company revenue in a year with 3 simple moves in AJS, Sales Ratio, and Lead Slippage. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Seven Figure Agency Podcast with Josh Nelson
Key takeaways from The Seven Figure Agency Member Intensive

Seven Figure Agency Podcast with Josh Nelson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 20:59


Last week we conducted out Seven Figure Agency Member Intensive and it was amazing. We get together with all of our members 3X per year to mastermind, share best practices and brainstorm how to accelerate our agencies to the next level. It was a game changer! There is something powerful about getting getting out [...] The post Key takeaways from The Seven Figure Agency Member Intensive appeared first on Seven Figure Agency.

Tiny Marketing
26. Increase Customer Retention with Eric Melchor

Tiny Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 31:40


Do you want to convert website visitors 3X higher than you do now? Today we're talking about hyper-personalization and how you can personalize your e-commerce experience, so you can sell like the Amazons of the world, even if you're a little guy. Eric Melchor from Optimonk teaches us how to reduce friction and increase sales through personalization. Highlights:There is a lack of personalization in eCommerce that, if fixed, would increase customer lifetime value.Irrelevant ads and pop-ups that don't meet the needs of your customers.How to use location personalization to reduce friction in e-commerce.Take a long-term approach to customer personalization. E-commerce businesses will make so much more money!Use your website to create better segments.Resources mentioned: FREE Download: Customer Value Optimization Guide: https://www.optimonk.com/customer-value-optimization-guide/ Show notes at:  https://tinymarketing.me/ep-26 Website: https://www.sarahnoelblock.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahnoelblock/Newsletter: https://tinymarketing.me/newsletter-Support our Sponsors:Bonjoro - Get 15% Off - https://tinymarketing.me/bonjoroFlodesk - Get 50% Off - https://tinymarketing.me/flodeskDemio - https://tinymarketing.me/demio

Resume Storyteller with Virginia Franco
Interview with Executive Resume Writer, Career & Interview Cathy Lanzalaco

Resume Storyteller with Virginia Franco

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 35:49


OUR CHATCathy and I chatted about obstacles “mature” workers put in their own way (job search success starts in your head!) and those others placed on us (hello age discrimination) during job search. She also shared strategies for identifying a new career target, launching a career change and best practices for resume and LinkedIn writing.ABOUT CATHYCathy is CEO of Inspire Careers, a full-service career marketing firm based in Buffalo, NY who serves job seekers across the country. Inspire Careers specializes in career launches for new college graduates and career marketing strategies for executives and career-minded professionals. A 3X career changer with 18 years of experience in human resources, Cathy provides insights and strategies that help her clients land jobs and create careers they love in less time than going it alone.LEARN MORE: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/cathylanzalacoWebsite: inspirecareers.com/ Email: cathy@inspirecareers.com

CHAOSScast
Episode 69: Community Insights with Hedan Zeng [Part 2 of 2]

CHAOSScast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 41:01


Hello and welcome to CHAOSScast Community podcast, where we share use cases and experiences with measuring open source community health. Elevating conversations about metrics, analytics, and software from the Community Health Analytics Open Source Software, or short CHAOSS Project, to wherever you like to listen. Welcome back to Part Two to a conversation we had with our amazing guest, Hedan Zeng, who's the Director of Product Management at Common Room. In Part One, we spoke to Hedan about the development of Common Room, the history of Hedan's personal journey in community, and what Common Room's real philosophies around community health have been. Today, we brought her back so we can talk more about our metrics. Download this episode now to find out much more, and don't forget to subscribe for free to this podcast on your favorite podcast app and share this podcast with your friends and colleagues! [00:03:22] Hedan does a quick recap of what Common Room the platform does. [00:04:19] In the last episode, Hedan mentioned area they look at the health of the community, and one of them was around engagement and metrics around engagement, and she tells us things she has found valuable for her customers to look at. [00:10:24] Venia brings up grapevine or unstructured community spaces, and she wonders how Hedan tackles these different sentiment developments in the actual metrics path and data flow for her system. [00:12:48] Sophia wants to know if there are different ways that Hedan addresses the same kind of questions in terms of guiding her customers and understanding the nuances between platform sources and sentiments. [00:14:52] We find out how Common Room addresses the nuance between these personas that while they might have some overlap, tend to have different orientations. [00:16:47] Does Hedan think that there's some explicit differences between how Common Room would tackle to completely different community avatars? [00:19:07] Hedan tells us about some specific metrics to understand the different pieces that she's been seeing. [00:21:41] Venia brings up community interaction and Hedan talks more about how she's generating that 3X engagement factor. [00:23:38] Sophia wonders if Common Room can identify whether or not folks are at risk of burnouts, and Hedan tells us about how Common Room does a surface sentiment at a member level. [00:28:38] We find out how Hedan's user experience makes decisions about the metrics and the way she visualizes this data in her platform. [00:32:22] We learn the process Common Room makes the users who are interacting and visualizing the data they go through. [00:35:10] Looking at the membership statistics around various different platforms, Sophia wonders if this could be an effective way to gauge an open source project's usage and then knowing that, we find out if it's enough or if anything is missing to make a better assessment of the overall user community size. [00:36:47] Find out where you can follow Hedan and Common Room online. Value Adds (Picks) of the week: [00:38:00] Hedan's pick is being excited for football season and fantasy football season to commence. [00:38:34] Sophia's pick is to remember to breathe, take breaks, and do puzzles. [00:39:44] Venia's pick is Richard Millington and a webinar he did called, The Gold Standard of Community Data. Panelists: Venia Logan Georg Link Sophia Vargas Guest: Hedan Zeng Sponsor: SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) Links: CHAOSS (https://chaoss.community/) CHAOSS Project Twitter (https://twitter.com/chaossproj?lang=en) CHAOSScast Podcast (https://podcast.chaoss.community/) podcast@chaoss.community (mailto:podcast@chaoss.community) Ford Foundation (https://www.fordfoundation.org/) Georg Link Twitter (https://twitter.com/georglink) Venia Logan Twitter (https://twitter.com/SamanthaVenia) Sophia Vargas Twitter (https://twitter.com/Sophia_IV) Hedan Zeng Twitter (https://twitter.com/Hedankers) Hedan Zeng LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/hedanzeng) Common Room (https://www.commonroom.io/) Common Room Community (https://www.commonroom.io/uncommon/) Richard Millington Twitter (https://twitter.com/RichMillington?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) The Gold Standard of Community Data with Richard Millington (vimeo) (https://vimeo.com/746831935) Special Guest: Hedan Zeng.

Riding Unicorns
Startup Spotlight: 5Mins

Riding Unicorns

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 13:57


Welcome back to our latest Startup Spotlight, our mini-series, which will provide insight into an early-stage company that we are very excited about.This week's spotlight shines on 5mins. 5Mins.ai is the TikTok of L&D. With 13,000+ bite-sized lessons tailored to each role . Live in 80+ countries with leading tech brands such as SmartPension, Perkbox, Spenmo etc - our customers find that with our bite-sized learning approach, employees upskill 3X faster and it delivers 8X better return on spend than traditional long-form learning platforms.Founder & CEO Saurav sat down with James to discuss the importance of building such a culture within a company and how their unique platform helps companies succeed via learning through bite-sized video content.Make sure to like and subscribe to the Riding Unicorns podcast never to miss an episode. Also, don't forget to give Riding Unicorns a follow on Twitter and LinkedIn to keep on top of the latest developments.

The Love to Move Podcast
Move by Speaking with Arvee Robinson

The Love to Move Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 65:57


We have had a few public speakers on the show, because of how much speaking can help people move, and since most great speakers truly love what they do. My guest this week is Arvee Robinson who helps others improve their ability to inspire and motivate crowds. Arvee Robinson is The Master Speaker Trainer, international keynote speaker, podcaster, and a 3X bestselling author. She teaches business owners how to use public speaking as a marketing strategy so they can attract more clients, generate unlimited leads, grow their business fast, and make an impact with their words. For the past 19 years, Arvee has trained over 5,000 individuals, given over 3,500 speeches around the world and has shared the stage with many speaking giants. She has received numerous awards for speaking, leadership, and helping others to reach their human potential. She is the Chair for the annual SCORE Orange County, Women Business Owner Conference, and the Women in Business Breakfast and is a SCORE Presenter. Arvee is a recent widow living in Southern California with her boxer dog Zeus. Above all, she is a strong woman of faith. Arvee Website: http://arveerobinson.com Book: https://www.amazon.com/Speak-Get-Clients-marketing-high-paying/dp/0999694715/ Stefan IG: https://www.instagram.com/stefan.zavalin/ Email: stefan.zavalin@ltmmtl.com Website: www.stefanzavalin.com Book:  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09PM74BPD 

WTF divorce
#Divorce 64:

WTF divorce

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 14:23


 Brought to you by Worthy. Worthy can help you get the most money possible for your jewelry, fast and risk-free. 'My attorney gave me bad legal advice. My lawyer's way too passive. They're way too aggressive. They never follow up. I go months without hearing from them, and then I have to repeat everything to them each time we meet. I don't feel confident that they're prepared for my trial.' Do any of those things sound familiar? Ashley Wood, Divorce and co-parenting coach talks about what you do if you're losing confidence in your attorney. Connect with Ashley at: www.ashleywooddivorcecoach.com *** Divorce is hard enough. Don't do it alone. Find relatable divorce content & community at: WTFdivorce.com @WTFdivorce *** The WTF divorce podcast is sponsored by Worthy. Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks. With Worthy, you're in control from start to finish. If your item doesn't sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured. And now for a limited time you'll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at worthy.com/wtf-podcast . (See website for terms.) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rob-roseman/message

Quick Charge
Quick Charge Podcast: November 5, 2022

Quick Charge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 9:20


Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Stories we discuss in this episode (with links): Tesla offers to cover ending EV incentive in Germany amid massive sale push Subaru won't build electric cars in the US because it can't compete with McDonald's wages Japan, South Korean leaders push for US EV tax credit rule changes Lucid Motors (LCID) will unveil its full EV lineup this month including Air Pure, here's what to expect Honda wants to make ‘edgy' EVs without fake manual transmissions, unlike Toyota Vintage Nissan Leaf-powered electric pickup packs ‘2X the power, 3X the torque' of the gas burner Saudi Arabia is launching its own EV brand with its oil money https://youtu.be/QTkonSeHrbU Subscribe to the Electrek Daily Channel on Youtube so you never miss a day of news Follow Mikey: Twitter @Mikey_Electric Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify TuneIn Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at tips@electrek.co. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!

Investor Connect Podcast
Investor Connect - 745 - Martin Tobias of Incisive Ventures

Investor Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 20:06


On this episode of Investor Connect, Hall welcomes Martin Tobias, Managing Partner at Incisive Ventures. Located in Seattle, Washington, Incisive Ventures is a $10M pre-seed fund currently seeking limited liability partners. They focus on technology companies that reduce friction at scale, targeting high-friction industries like Fintech, supply chain, vertical SaaS, and health and fitness.   Martin is also an ex-Accenture, Microsoft, and a former venture partner at Ignition Partners. He is a 3X venture-funded CEO raising over $500M with two IPOs and has also invested in over 200 companies as an angel, 50 through Incisive Ventures, and he is also a limited partner in over a dozen VC funds. He was an early investor in Google, DocuSign, OpenSea, and over a dozen unicorns. Martin is the father of 3 daughters, a cyclist, surfer, poker player, and life hacker. He writes about venture capital on [Incisive Ventures]() and notes to himself on how to live the good life on his [personal blog](). Martin shares some of the challenges startups face, his criteria for making an investment, and how he sees the startup industry evolving in the near future.  Visit Incisive Ventures at , and on LinkedIn at .  Reach out to Martin at: ; ; martin@incisive.vc; martin@slashr.com.   _______________________________________________________ For more episodes from Investor Connect, please visit the site at:    Check out our other podcasts here:   For Investors check out:   For Startups check out:   For eGuides check out:   For upcoming Events, check out    For Feedback please contact info@tencapital.group    Please , share, and leave a review. Music courtesy of .

Transformation Starts Today with Dr. Jamil Sayegh
Ep #26: Leaders With A Heart - Payman Lorenzo

Transformation Starts Today with Dr. Jamil Sayegh

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 73:08


You have a story that it is worth sharing. Your voice MATTERS! You're going to love Episode 26 of the 'Transformation Starts Today' podcast with a true heart-centered entrepreneur, an adventurer, explorer and humanist, Mr. Payman Lorenzo. Here's some background about Payman: Payman Lorenzo is the host and founder of the Leaders With A Heart Podcast, where he showcases Heart Centered Entrepreneurs, people with goosebump inducing stories, to share their gift with the world so that we can inspire others to do good and make the world a better place, one person at a time.  He is a 3X #1 International Best Selling Author, and he loves inspiring people and empowering them to go after their dreams. He is a connector as he loves bringing and connecting people together. Podcasting has changed his life, and it has blessed him in many ways. Now he is on a mission to help entrepreneurs leverage Podcasting to find their Voice and connect at a much deeper level with their exact audience, while getting paying clients with ZERO ad spend in the process.  Payman is an adventurer, explorer and humanist. He has lived in 10 countries on 4 continents (and counting!) and speaks 6 languages so far.  Here are some ways to connect with Payman: Calendly for a Meet & Greet chat: https://calendly.com/leaderswithaheart/leaders-with-a-heart Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PaymanLorenzo Leaders With A Heart Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leaders-with-a-heart/id1596859294 Dr. Jamil Sayegh – Life, Business, and Relationship Coach, Licensed Naturopathic Doctor, Energy-Healer How I Can Support You: https://jamilsayegh.com/coaching1/ Past Client Stories: https://jamilsayegh.com/client-testimonials/ Email: jamilsayegh189@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjamilsayegh/ or @drjamilsayegh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jamil.sayegh Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-jamil-sayegh-402aa416b/ Free Ebook: 20 Steps To Your Next Breakthrough: https://jamilsayegh.com/20-steps-to-your-next-breakthrough/ Audiobook Version of 20 Steps To Your Next Breakthrough: https://jamilsayegh.com/audiobook/

The Boone Podcast
Darin Erstad Joins The Boone Podcast

The Boone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:26


On Today's episode of The Boone Podcast, I sit down with 3x Gold Glove winner, 2x All Star, and World Series champ, Darin Erstad.

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News
1089: BITCOIN ON TRACK TO HIT $450K ACCORDING TO MACRO BTC CHART BY TOP CRYPTO ANALYST!!

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 33:29


Popular crypto analyst TechDev_52 on Twitter shared a macro Bitcoin Elliot Wave Theory chart which suggest the king cryptocurrency (BTC) surpassing 6-figures in 2023 and hitting a whopping price range between $300K - $450K in 2025. "Remains primary macro Bitcoin idea, supported by weekly OBV. Cycle Wave 3 consistently 3X longer than Wave 1. Primary 3 of Cycle 3: 100-120K  2023 Primary 4 of Cycle 3: 25-45K    2024 Primary 5 of Cycle 3: 300-450K 2025 Guides trading plan and invalidation." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Financial Residency
Financial Vitals: How To Help Your Children Maximize Their College Education

Financial Residency

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 40:28


College costs money, and it continues to increase. The actual price that you pay is difficult to understand because it has become progressively more expensive for those that have more financial resources—especially physicians who have or plan to have children in the future. In this episode of the Finance for Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks to Joe Messinger about how college costs work and how to start planning sooner than later. Joe is a Certified Financial Planner, CFP®, and Founder of Capstone Wealth Partners and College Aid Pro. Topics Discussed: • Tuition Costs: Different levels for in- versus out-of-state students • 3X or Greater: How college costs have changed in the past 20 years • Why? Supply and demand led to out-of-control costs for college • Inflation: State colleges level off, but private colleges continue to increase costs • Price Transparency: Private colleges equate value to higher or discounted costs • Analogy: College cost is similar to medical bills because it's different for everybody • College Funding Philosophy: Best way to pay for college is to save for college • 3 Key Financial Aid Components: ◦ Family's finances ◦ Student's academics ◦ School's business model • High-income Hurdle: Family finances impact student's ability to get financial aid • Sticker Price Shock: Some schools give money for merit, not just for need • Budget: Use school's money first, then federal aid, and set limitations • Rule of Thumb: Save for one-third, pay for a third, and take out a third in loans • College Aid Pro: Changing the way America shops smart for college LINKS: www.WrenneFinancial.com Just as the right advice helps you thrive financially. The right support team allows you to excel professionally. Weatherby Healthcare's locums experts will match you with the best jobs, prepare you for success and provide 24/7 support.  https://weatherbyhealthcare.com/

move. crush. count.
MCC 73 Mental Well Being Tips that Will 3X Your Revenue, Smash Limitations, and Create Your Greatest Reality

move. crush. count.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 76:59


Welcome to Episode 73 of move crush count.   In this episode, Jay H. Tepley and I discuss becoming a more powerful and elite version of yourself so you can propel your business forward and serve your people at the highest level.   So, if you want to… Live a life of purpose and personal power Learn the #1 critical trap that keeps you stuck on your quest for purpose Step away from the grind and strife, from feeling like you're living someone else's life, while guilt and resentment keep building up 3X your revenue, smash limitations and create your greatest reality, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover:   Why mental well-being is a critical topic for business owners (and why they should pay attention) Where Jay H. Tepley sees the opportunities right now for business owners when it comes to mental well-being How Jay H. Tepley got started with mental well-being What exactly mental well-being is all about and how does it help business owners with becoming a more powerful and elite version of themselves so you can propel your business forward and serve your people at the highest level Why Jay H. Tepley wrote "The Unbreakable Entrepreneur" and how it can help you 3X your revenue, smash limitations, and create your greatest reality Who else besides the obvious audience of business owners should read this book and why What makes this book unique compared to all the other books out there on the topic of mental well-being 5 hidden forces that may be holding you back from becoming who you were called to be How fast Jay H. Tepley can help business owners just like you get better results by improving their mental well-being Where the big challenges in mental well-being are right now and how this book helps business owners overcome those challenges Where the big opportunities are in mental well-being that many business owners are missing Where Jay H. Tepley sees business owners making mistakes or missing the boat with mental well-being (and how to get back on course immediately) About Jay H. Tepley Jay is an expert in mental well-being whose accomplishments include: International Speaker Author Mentor World Class Spiritual Evolution for Mission-Driven Men Teaches how to integrate your spiritual aspects to 3X the revenue and leave an epic legacy Founder and Mentor - Unbreakable Entrepreneur Founder & Head Teacher - ARIYA Creed More Information Learn more about how you can improve your results with mental well-being with www.movecrushcount.com and https://theunbreakable.one   If you enjoyed this episode on becoming a more powerful and elite version of yourself so you can propel your business forward and serve your people at the highest level, please share it with your friends and colleagues!

Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show
#390 How To Improve Technique While Still Lifting Heavy Ass Weights, Shopping Cart Shaming & More!

Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 80:16 Very Popular


On this week's show Joe answers 4 listener questions...while also going off on a few random tangents :) Specific questions/topics include: How to build a team culture that puts technique first, while still lifting heavy weights! How to program speed/power, strength, hypertrophy & conditioning [in the off-season] when you only see your players 3X per week "Shopping cart shaming" revisited How Joe stays lean while eating cheeseburgers every night...and more. *For a full list of Show Notes + Timestamps visit www.IndustrialStrengthShow.com Important Links / People Mentioned CPPS Football cert [*Use coupon: NFL30] @cartnarcs Rhone [*Use coupon: JOED]

Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show
#390 How To Improve Technique While Still Lifting Heavy Ass Weights, Shopping Cart Shaming & More!

Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 80:16


On this week's show Joe answers 4 listener questions...while also going off on a few random tangents :) Specific questions/topics include: How to build a team culture that puts technique first, while still lifting heavy weights! How to program speed/power, strength, hypertrophy & conditioning [in the off-season] when you only see your players 3X per week "Shopping cart shaming" revisited How Joe stays lean while eating cheeseburgers every night...and more. *For a full list of Show Notes + Timestamps visit www.IndustrialStrengthShow.com Important Links / People Mentioned CPPS Football cert [*Use coupon: NFL30] @cartnarcs Rhone [*Use coupon: JOED]

The Debbie Nigro Show
It's Time To Play Bigger! 7 Figures?

The Debbie Nigro Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 14:59


Alaina Schwartz Will Take You To 7 Figure Success. I was drawn to her profile on LinkedIn which read, Alaina Schwartz , JD - Elite Performance Coach. “Purpose Driven Multi 6-7 Figure Founders & CEOs: It's Time To Play Bigger” etc. However she really got my attention with this line she wrote.  “Create Unf*ckwithable Confidence”. Yeah baby ! Now that's a gal I wanted to connect with. So I did and she's my guest today here on The Debbie Nigro Show Interview Podcast Series. Alaina Schwartz is the creator of the 6 into 7 Figures Method. She helps high performance individuals work 30 hours less a week, 3X their income, and make the epic impact they're here to make all by tapping into their inner genius. Alaina is no stranger to having it all, losing it all, and getting it back and more. She's gone from being a lawyer & high salaried exec in the music industry, making mid 6 figures, to major personal life crisis involving her marriage, her health, her kid and finances. From a sizeable nest egg to almost $100G in debt. Convinced she'd climb out she found teachers and coaches that taught her what got her forward. They showed her how to tap into her inner 'genius'. That's how she mastered ‘The Invincible Playbook' that she now uses to help others. Caution: This is a high energy conversation that might cause you to risk something extraordinary.  Risk It! or Regret it! That's what I always say.   

Marni on the Move
ICYMI: Professional Triathlete Lucy Charles-Barclay (GBR), 2nd Place, VinFast IRONMAN World Championships Kona 2022| Replay Ep 194

Marni on the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 56:34


Lucy Charles-Barclay  is one of the fastest triathletes in the world!  On October 6, 2022 she came in 2nd at VinFast IRONMAN World Championships in Kona with s time of 8:41:37.  The British sensation is the 2021 Ironman 70.3 World Champion, Ironman 70.3 European Champion, Collins Cup Winner on Team Europe, and 3X top Ironman World Championship Finisher. Recorded and published in 2021, on this episode, I sync up with Lucy to talk about what it takes to be such a legend in the sport of triathlon. She shares what it was like transitioning from elite swimming into the world of triathlon. Lucy dials me in to her typical training routines, and we do a deep dive into the extreme importance of strength conditioning for all aspects of sport. She also gives me the rundown on her nutrition and which foods are her go-to for fueling such a demanding event as the Ironman. Lucy and I talk about her recent races in Slovakia, Utah and Malibu and how she is having fun mixing up her distances.  I get the scoop on Lucy's fave cycling and swimming gear and her very cool partnership with RedBull. Of course, she can't spend all of her time training, so I also asked Lucy about her most cherished downtime activities. CONNECT Lucy Charles-Barclay on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! RIDE WITH ME  Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health!  Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker with our code CHEERSMARNI Head over to our SHOP page for additional offers from Marni on the Move partners, sponsors, and guests SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy! SPECIAL THANKS Emma Steiner for help with show notes, guest research, and social media. Skye Menna for help with guest research and outreach, social media, and public relations    

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast
WFS 371 - Urban Carp on the Fly with Kris Bare - AZ Fly Shop, Carp Rally, Fly Tying

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 74:11 Very Popular


Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/371 Presented By: Togens Fly Shop, Angler's Coffee, FishHound Expeditions, Bearvault Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Kris Bare from AZ Fly Shop takes us into Arizona to discover how he catches massive carp on the fly in the city. Kris breaks down the rod and line setup for carp, the best time to fish them, and the best flies and techniques to increase your catch rate. Carp are normally underrated species but today, Kris tells us why they're actually great for sport fishing. We also find out how they raised around $30,000 for local charities like the Homeless ID Project and what they have going at AZ Fly Shop - the only fly shop in Phoenix. Carp on the Fly Show Notes with Kris Bare 06:00 - AZ Fly Shop has only been open for about a year and a half. He connected with the owner from a Facebook group and Kris was eventually offered to manage the shop. 10:10 - They have grass carp and common carp. Kris mostly fish for common carp. 11:30 - Salt River Project is a power company in Arizona. They use grass carp as pool cleaners for the canals. 14:15 - For rods, Kris uses Scott Sector saltwater style 6 wt. For lines, he uses Scientific Anglers smooth line. 15:30 - There's no standard line for carp fishing but if any company plans on creating one, Kris describes what it should be. "Somewhere between the trout line and infinity line. And it should have a tropical coating or make it as hard of a coating as it can be". 18:30 - Kris gives a shoutout to Derek @lowaterguide who's a great carp guide in Phoenix 19:30 - Common carp usually eat flies that stand straight up like headstand patterns, dragonfly nymphs, or damsel fly nymphs. Grassies usually go for plant-like flies that are more colorful. 21:30 - AZ is the only fly shop in Phoenix 22:30 - For leaders, Kris uses 12 and 14-foot 3X. Umpqua's 8-pound 10-foot is a pretty good leader. 26:25 - SRP owns the grass carp 27:30 - Kris walks about 7 miles every time he's fishing for carp. Carp fishing is moving. The more water you can cover, the more successful you'll be. 28:30 - Carp likes hot weather. The best time to fish them is when it's too hot outside. 34:10 - F&F Chewing Gum worm is great for swinging flies for carp 37:42 - In Phoenix they have: arctic grayling, brookies, browns, rainbows, tigers, apache trout, hellas, and bonneville cutts 43:10 - We had an episode about Beaver Island at WFS 102 49:55 - Kris mentions some other species that he targets like sucker fish, tilapia, tiger sicclid, and catfish 53:55 - The Carpalicious is a good fly. Kris doesn't go anything without Black and Brown Wooly Buggers. 59:10 - Kris gives a shoutout to Henry @littleboss2hauler from the Youth Team Fly Fishing USA 1:01:00 - AZ Fly Shop has already raised around 30,000 dollars for local charities. They're having their 2nd Carp Rally on Sept 24, 2022. 1:09:00 - One of the number one causes of homelessness in Arizona is kids aging out of foster care. They donate a lot of money to the Homeless ID Project where they help the homeless to obtain important documents so they can get a job and a place to live, etc. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/371

Speak Like a Leader
Human Capital Innovations | Jonathan Hinton Westover

Speak Like a Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 51:21


Episode Notes: Jonathan Hinton Westover is a 3X #1 best-selling and award-winning author and is the #1 ranked HR, Innovation, and Future of Work Global Thought Leader & Influencer by Thinkers360. Global Gurus has ranked Jon #22 in "Organizational Culture" and #24 in "Management" globally, and LeadersHum's put him on their Power List of the Top 200 Biggest Voices in Leadership to watch for in 2022. Jon is also the host/producer of the Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast and Chief Academic and Learning Officer of the HCI Academy.As well, he is the Chair and Professor of Organizational Leadership and Change in the Woodbury School of Business (UVU), Academic Director of the Center for Social Impact and the SIMLab, Senior Director of Academic Service-Learning, and Faculty Fellow for Ethics in Public Life (previously the Associate Director) in the Center for the Study of Ethics. He is also an experienced OD/HR/Leadership consultant (Human Capital Innovations, LLC) with experience transforming organizations across the globe.Connect with Jonathan on LinkedIn. Listen to his The Human Capital Innovations Podcast 

Real Estate (Un)Success Stories
Wins and Losses with Terrence Murphy

Real Estate (Un)Success Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 17:51


Welcome to the Real Estate (Un) Success podcast where our host, Cody Lewis talks to people from the real estate community, sharing real stories about their struggles, pains, and even losses during their own real estate journey.       Terrence Murphy was a 2nd Round NFL Draft Pick by the Green Bay Packers after graduating from Texas A&M University as a 3X Academic All-Big 12 Student-Athlete. Terrence has brokered $1.1B in sales volume over the past 10 years. He currently owns 20+ companies under the Terrence Murphy Companies brand.       Terrence is an investor in 30+ more companies as a venture capitalist. Investing in real estate is one of the things he is most passionate about, as he currently owns 400+ beds of residential real estate and commercial properties all over the United States. Terrence is a 2X winner of INC. 50000 award for America's fastest growing private owned business and is also a 3X recipient of the Texas A&M Mays Business School - Aggie 100 for 100 fastest growing business in the world. Terrence possesses the same traits that he portrayed on the football field: integrity, passion, hard work, dedication, loyalty, desire to succeed, and excellence, all of which help his businesses continue to grow and his clients receive superior service.     Key Takeaways:   There's only wins and lessons. There are no losses, unless you quit. Do you know how to remove emotion from your decision making process? Be “married” to the process, not the results.         If you'd like to connect with Terrence Murphy on social media, he has a presence on Facebook and Instagram.     Thanks for listening to The Real Estate (Un)Success Stories podcast.  Help someone hear the challenges we went through so they can avoid the same mistake by sharing this episode or listen to our previous episodes. Please don't forget to leave a review and 5-star rating on your favorite podcasting platform.     Vendue Capital is on the Web and, you can connect with our host, Cody Lewis on LinkedIn.       Production services for The Real Estate (Un)Success Stories podcast are provided by Downtown Podcasting. To start a conversation on how you can have a podcast, simply send an email to info@downtownpodcasting.com.

Pieces of a Woman
Creating Positive Change with 100 Humanitarians

Pieces of a Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 44:52


*Content Warning - In this episode, Heidi mentions her experience with sexual abuse. Summary: What would you do if an unexpected trip led to something you felt passionate about doing for the rest of your life? For today's guest Heidi Totten, it meant starting a non-profit called 100 Humanitarians, an organization that provides opportunities for people to get involved in hands-on humanitarian work locally and internationally. In this episode, Heidi shares her story of how a retreat to Kenya led to a life-changing experience that inspired her to start 100 Humanitarians. She talks about the important work they do in providing medical care, clean water, and education to people in need, as well as the challenges they face in operating a non-profit. Heidi also shares her advice for anyone considering getting involved in humanitarian work, and how we can all make a difference in the world. If you're interested in learning more about 100 Humanitarians or getting involved in their work, listen to the episode and visit their website to see how you can help! Learn More About Heidi: Heidi Totten started building websites in 1997. Her first attempt was a tribute to Leonardo DiCaprio post Romeo & Juliet. She spent 13 years as a Recruiter, building technical teams all over the world. Then, she quit to raise her kids for a few years before jumping into entrepreneurship and helping people with tech and business strategies. She runs The Tech Tribe for coaches and mentors who want to create an online business that integrates their website, membership site with courses and services, email autoresponder, and appointment scheduler. She loves to see the lightbulb go off about what can be created when entrepreneurs understand how to use technical tools to grow their businesses. Heidi has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs over the past 10 years. She runs Heidi Totten Consulting (heiditotten.com) and in 2015 founded 100 Humanitarians International, a non-profit that helps families in Kenya, Africa learn self-reliance and start businesses. She has led over 250 people on 25 expeditions. Heidi is a 3X best-selling author of Homeschool on Fire, Success Through Failing, and My Maasai Name is Nemparnat. Her happy place is hauling down roads in Kenya in dusty jeeps, but she is also known for her love of tacos, guacamole, and chocolate.  Key Takeaways: [01:13] Meet Heidi and her story of starting her own business [04:48] How an unexpected trip led to a life-changing experience [07:11] The inception of 100 Humanitarians in the most unlikely place [09:37] The different projects 100 Humanitarians are involved in and the impact its created [16:31] The significant impact on volunteers who go on 100 Humanitarians trips [22:56] Heidi shares the biggest transformations she's seen happen on trips [29:40] Everything you need to know about these trips: who they're for, where you can find more info about them and the cost that covers everything [33:19] Ongoing and urgent projects that Heidi and the team are working on [35:17] The massive project to help women retrieve water safely without being attacked by surrounding wildlife [37:20] Ways in which you can help and get involved with 100 Humanitarians [42:52] Heidi's advice to her younger self following her harrowing experience with sexual abuse Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Learn more about 100 Humanitarians https://100humanitarians.org/ (here) and the Usana Foundation Garden Towers https://www.usanafoundation.org/garden-towers/ (here). You can also connect with the 100 Humanitarians non-profit organization on https://www.instagram.com/100humanitarians/ (Instagram) and https://www.facebook.com/groups/100humanitarians (Facebook). Are video podcasts more your style? Subscribe to our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClTnUYPJdz3z7T0yWc58Nmg (YouTube channel)! We'd love to hear from you! Send us a message on...

The Stack
Multi-threading B2B Sales with value, not hacks with Norullah Sharifi, VP of Sales Development at Sendoso

The Stack

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 38:40


If you had one tactic that would drive 3X more results would you do it? Of course. But what if the caveat was an increased risk of losing those deals? Norullah Sharifi has found the answer on how to drive those 3X results without upping your risk factor. Multi-threading.For successful multi-threading, Norullah, VP of Sales Development at Sendoso, pushes value, not hacks. Given that Sendoso is a gift-giving platform, that value factor comes naturally to Norullah. As a result, his SDR and BDR teams are killing it. Today he tells us all about his go-to strategies and the tools at the top of his tech stack that makes it all happen.Main Takeaways:Why multi-threading works and how you should use itHow and why value matters most, and hacks die every timeHow attribution is triangulation, not always scienceLinks:What's the difference between SDR and BDR? by Dave GerhardtThe Challenger Customer Book Recommendation by Victor AntonioThe Challenger CustomerDan's Top Tools:SendosoChili PiperUTM.ioJoin us every week as we journey to the bleeding edge of the modern tech stack. You'll hear from real experts on how to nail your strategy, build a revenue machine and take your sales to the next level.

Lost Ballparks
Tony Oliva (Minnesota Twins)

Lost Ballparks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 29:53 Very Popular


Tony Oliva, who spent his entire 15 year career with the Minnesota Twins, joins me on this episode of the Lost Ballparks podcast. He was an 8X All-Star, AL Rookie of the Year, Gold Glove winner, 3X batting champion, the first player to win back to back batting crowns in his first two full seasons and was inducted this summer into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Support the show

Brian Breaks Character
Your Audition Magnet Questions Answered

Brian Breaks Character

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:42


Your Audition Magnet questions answered!  If you're tired of not seeing the kind of auditions you want from your casting, profiles or representation, this program is designed to help. But I get that you might have some questions… so I gathered together the questions I hear most often, and answered them in this video. First of all, what IS Audition Magnet? My understanding is that the course is videos that we complete independently on a schedule and then attend group coaching calls with Brian. Is that correct? When are the calls? What if I can't make it to the Q&A coaching calls? I already know my headshots and reel are terrible so what's the point? What is the community facet of the course? It can feel so tiresome to go about this alone. I'm afraid I'll just sign up and won't follow through. What if I don't have a lot of work on my resume? I have lots of training but haven't booked much yet. Can I still benefit from this course? I'm in France, England, Canada, Australia and we don't use Actors Access. Will this even apply to me? I already have a solid social media following. I'm feeling hesitant – when is this going to be offered again? I have a rep and they already use my Actors Access profile, so why do I need this course? Visit www.YourAuditionMagnet.com to check out the program entirely designed to 3X your auditions!

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
#498: How She Generated $41,000 From Her List of 937: A Launch Success Story with Rachel Gainsburgh

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 44:52 Very Popular


A pharmacist turned entrepreneur shares her journey to ditching the golden handcuffs If you have a 9 to 5 and you've been thinking about leaving it to start your own business, chances are you have some fear around taking the leap -- especially if you are in a profession that compensates you well, financially or otherwise. I can totally relate to that, because just over 13 years ago I was in a similar place. I was working full-time for Tony Robbins, in a position that so many people would have loved to have. I had a great salary, benefits, and the opportunity to travel the world.  From the outside looking in, my job looked like a dream -- but I was tired of working long hours and time away from my loved ones, being stressed about someone else's business, and I knew there was much more out there for me as a business owner.  Once I made the decision to do my own thing, I quit my job and never looked back -- but in all honesty, arriving at that point wasn't easy.  Employers often make jobs really hard to leave, especially if you are highly paid, or work for a company that offers really great perks – like yoga classes throughout the day or heck, I've even heard of some offices that have a beer tap in the break room.  These are all really great things, but what these businesses don't offer is freedom. They've got you locked in golden handcuffs, and they've got the key. In this interview, I talk to my student, Rachel Gainsburgh, who built up the courage to ditch her cushy job as a pharmacist to pursue her dream of being an entrepreneur.  And guess what? She made over $40,000 in her very first launch, and went on to 3X her pharmacist salary. Yes, you read that right. She tripled her salary after she left her pharmacist career.  So if you're afraid of giving up the golden handcuffs, tune in to this episode because Rachel's story is a very inspiring one. In it, you'll hear: Rachel's advice on how to make the leap into entrepreneurship A breakdown of her first launch that generated $41,000  The unique launch strategies she used that I think are sheer genius The hard lessons she's learned along the way Here's a glance at this episode... [05:06] Rachel is a pharmacist who ventured into real estate. She now teaches busy medical professionals how to ditch the burnout by creating their very own luxury short-term rentals. [07:11] There's stress, long hours, being on your feet, and issues with the opioid epidemic that make being a pharmacist a tough job. Rachel stepped away to have more freedom and say how she spent her time. [08:42] Rachel was laid off during the pandemic. She really doubled down on her course and surpassed her annual salary. Her mantra was free in 23, but she ended up achieving this in 2022.  [12:51] Rachel was on the fence about joining DCA. Other pharmacists were asking her about real estate, and she realized it could be a course. She took the free masterclass and all of her objections for signing up were answered.  [14:33] The financial part was keeping her on the fence, but there was a 30-day guarantee. She ended up staying and being a part of DCA.  [18:40] Rachel shares her aha moment. She asked a Facebook Group if anyone wanted to sign up for her $797.00 program. The price was right based on feedback. Ten people signed up! [22:30] Her first launch was in October of 2021. She grossed $41,000. She also raised her price to $3,200. Her accountability pod and community really helped with input and encouragement through the process.  [26:08] Her best ROI came from Clubhouse. She provided a lot of free value. Then she learned about email lists and lead magnets. [30:16] Lessons learned was that Facebook Ads can help a lot. Have a list, because you can't depend on platforms that you don't own. She also got a virtual assistant.  [32:38] Her students wanted more, so she added higher ticket one-on-one coaching. She just passed the $300,000 mark with her coaching.  [36:57] Advice includes work on building that list whether it's through creating a Facebook community or Clubhouse. Find out what your community wants to learn from you and share that content. Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."

Permission to Heal
Permission to Heal Episode #86 - A Conversation with Rahz Slaughter about Parenting Teenagers who are motivated, kind, and confident.

Permission to Heal

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 66:03 Transcription Available


Rahz Slaughter, MPT, NLP  - Teen Life CoachPersonality Parenting - Parenting Teenagers who are motivated, kind, and confident.Rahz "The Motivator" Slaughter is a motivational speaker who has invested 22 years in helping parents and teens improve their mindsets and take charge of their lives. Born with a physical disability and raised by a single mother who suffered from alcohol and drug addiction, Rahz has been labeled countless times and told that he had limitations and that there would be things he could not do, be, or achieve. Despite these messages, Rahz was born with a growth mindset and set out to create a life of his doing and not what others expected of him. As a Color Code Interpersonal Skills Trainer and NLP practitioner, Rahz has tools to help parents and teenagers overcome limiting beliefs and reach their full potential. Rahz has owned and operated five private training studios for two decades. Today Rahz is a 3X author and in-demand online parenting and teen life coach.  He is also a cyclist, personal trainer, devoted husband, and taco lover.Rahz'z books - Student Success Secrets: Unlock The 7 Secrets For Developing Inspired, Motivated, and Success-Driven TeensThe One Hour Trainer: 90-Day Roadmap To Building A Successful and Profitable Fitness Business That You LoveTHE MENOPAUSE SUCCESS TRIANGLE A Practical Guide to Living a Healthy, Happy Menopause Life by pseudonym Kris. T. Smith.  Connect with RahzInstagram, YouTube, His Website, and Facebook. Connect with Marci·       Website, Patreon, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Facebook Group.·       Permission to Heal on YouTube.·       Permission to Land  (memoir) - Hardcover, Paperback, eBook, audiobook -      Permission to Land: Personal Transformation Through WritingPermission to Heal Bookshop - Buy books from the episodes & support independent bookstores. Permission to Heal is a passion of mine.  I need your help to bring more inspirational episodes to the world; please consider becoming a patron through PATREON. Support the show

Veteran On the Move
HR Advice for Veterans with Pat Udovich

Veteran On the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 30:54


This week Joe is joined by Pat Udovich, the Chief Human Resources Officer for A. Duie Pyle, a family-owned transportation and logistics company. Pat has over thirty years of experience in the HR community. He shares how transitioning service members and Veterans can best prepare for entering the civilian job market and the importance of company culture. He discusses why the soft skills that Veterans bring to the job are an important asset to his company. Pat goes into detail about opportunities available for Veterans at A. Duie Pyle and their participation in the Skillbridge and P3 programs. To find out more about the employment opportunities at  A. Duie Pyle click here.  About Our Guest    Pat is a creative, results-oriented Senior Executive with over 30 years of experience dedicated to attracting, retaining, and motivating quality employees who create a competitive advantage for the business. Pat is the Chief Human Resources Officer for A. Duie Pyle, a family-owned business providing a range of integrated transportation and distribution solutions throughout the Northeast United States. Before joining Pyle, Pat was CHRO for Globus Medical, a publicly traded medical device manufacturer. Pat holds a B.S. in Environmental and Business Economics and a M.S. in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management, both from Rutgers University.He lives in Media, PA, with his wife Megan and has four children. Pat also enjoys Philly sports, traveling, hunting and fishing.   Join the conversation on Facebook! Check out Veteran on the Move on Facebook to connect with our guests and other listeners. A place where you can network with other like-minded veterans who are transitioning to entrepreneurship and get updates on people, programs and resources to help you in YOUR transition to entrepreneurship.     About Our Sponsors Sabio If you're considering a job in software engineering, I highly recommend checking out Sabio. Sabio is a Coding Boot Camp and Developer Community that's been training veterans since 2013 and can help you transition to a full-time career in tech within a few months! Sabio is not your average bootcamp—in just 17 weeks, you'll not only learn to code, but gain real-life experience and graduate ready to start a real, high-paying tech job Visit sabio.la/onthemove to learn how you can use your VA benefits to enroll.   Navy Federal Credit Union  Becoming a member at Navy Federal Credit Union lets you experience more. From everyday commutes to your next big vacation, the Flagship credit card earns you 3X the points on travel, so you can get rewarded for wherever you're headed next. Plus, this premium travel card has a low annual fee of $49 and 2X the points on all purchases outside of travel; meaning, the rewards don't have to end even when the vacation does. The Flagship credit card also comes with up to $100 in credits toward TSA Precheck or Global Entry and reimbursement on an annual Amazon Prime membership.  Learn how you can earn up to 3X points on travel and more with the Flagship credit card at navyfederal.org. At Navy Federal, our members are the mission.       Want to be our next guest? Send us an email at interview@veteranonthemove.com.  Did you love this episode? Leave us a 5-star rating and review!  Download Joe Crane's Top 7 Paths to Freedom or get it on your mobile device. Text VETERAN to 38470. Veteran On the Move podcast has published over 445 episodes. Our listeners have the opportunity to hear in-depth interviews conducted by host Joe Crane. The podcast features people, programs, and resources to assist veterans in their transition to entrepreneurship.  As a result, Veteran On the Move has over 7,000,000 verified downloads through Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, iTunes and RSS Feed Syndication making it one of the most popular Military Entrepreneur Shows on the Internet Today.

Veteran On the Move
Wove Custom Rings with Brian Elliott

Veteran On the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 27:06


This week Joe is joined by Army Veteran and co-founder of Wove, Brian Elliott. Wove provides customers a new way to purchase custom engagement rings that are designed and handmade in the USA. Brian served as an Infantry Officer and prepared for his transition from Active Duty to entrepreneurship through self study and informational interviews. Brian shares the lessons he learned from his experiences with startups and the power of networking for entrepreneurs. Check out Wove here.   About Our Guest  Brian Elliott is a Serial Entrepreneur with a passion for reinventing outdated consumer experiences. He is currently a Co-founder at Wove where he focuses on Digital Product, UX and Marketing. He previously worked in 2 Venture-backed consumer startups, one as a Founder and the other as an early employee. Prior to this, Brian served as a Platoon Leader in the U.S. Army's 75th Ranger Regiment, leading a team of 40 Special Operators in unconventional environments around the World. In his free time, Brian enjoys kayaking the Charles River in Boston and writing comedy sketches.     Join the conversation on Facebook! Check out Veteran on the Move on Facebook to connect with our guests and other listeners. A place where you can network with other like-minded veterans who are transitioning to entrepreneurship and get updates on people, programs and resources to help you in YOUR transition to entrepreneurship.     About Our Sponsors   Sabio If you're considering a job in software engineering, I highly recommend checking out Sabio. Sabio is a Coding Boot Camp and Developer Community that's been training veterans since 2013 and can help you transition to a full-time career in tech within a few months! Sabio is not your average bootcamp—in just 17 weeks, you'll not only learn to code, but gain real-life experience and graduate ready to start a real, high-paying tech job Visit sabio.la/onthemove to learn how you can use your VA benefits to enroll.   Navy Federal Credit Union  Becoming a member at Navy Federal Credit Union lets you experience more. From everyday commutes to your next big vacation, the Flagship credit card earns you 3X the points on travel, so you can get rewarded for wherever you're headed next. Plus, this premium travel card has a low annual fee of $49 and 2X the points on all purchases outside of travel; meaning, the rewards don't have to end even when the vacation does. The Flagship credit card also comes with up to $100 in credits toward TSA Precheck or Global Entry and reimbursement on an annual Amazon Prime membership.  Learn how you can earn up to 3X points on travel and more with the Flagship credit card at navyfederal.org. At Navy Federal, our members are the mission.     Want to be our next guest? Send us an email at interview@veteranonthemove.com.  Did you love this episode? Leave us a 5-star rating and review!  Download Joe Crane's Top 7 Paths to Freedom or get it on your mobile device. Text VETERAN to 38470. Veteran On the Move podcast has published over 445 episodes. Our listeners have the opportunity to hear in-depth interviews conducted by host Joe Crane. The podcast features people, programs, and resources to assist veterans in their transition to entrepreneurship.  As a result, Veteran On the Move has over 7,000,000 verified downloads through Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, iTunes and RSS Feed Syndication making it one of the most popular Military Entrepreneur Shows on the Internet Today.

Miles to Go - Travel Tips, News & Reviews You Can't Afford to Miss!
New CC Bonus Categories And How To Use DVC Points To Save In Hawaii

Miles to Go - Travel Tips, News & Reviews You Can't Afford to Miss!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 38:14 Very Popular


We start out this week's episode answering a listener question about how Richard saved $1200 on his upcoming Hawaii trip by renting DVC points from Ed.  Not familiar with DVC?  We'll explain a little bit. Bilt Rewards has 3 new transfer partners that we're discussing.  Though the airlines are based in Europe they can also help with a domestic US trip. A listener wrote in to ask how she should use the miles her family has saved up from sign-up bonuses and other spending.  We help her come up with some European destinations for her family. Back to Bilt Rewards, who launched a temporary bonus category of 3X points on gas and electric vehicle charging. Lastly, we look at the prices of flights rolling into September.  Spoiler alert, most of it isn't pretty. Don't forget that you can leave us a voicemail or text us at (571) 293-6659‬. Listen for your question on a future show! Shoot us an e-mail (ed@pizzainmotion.com) or you can tweet me and Richard if you have questions. And, you can also find me on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and ask your question there. If you enjoy the podcast, I hope you'll take a moment to leave us a rating. That helps us grow our audience! Hope you enjoy the show!

Multiply Your Success with Tom DuFore
116. The 5-Star Employee Rating System—Danielle Mulvey, Co-Founder, The ALL IN Company

Multiply Your Success with Tom DuFore

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 32:16


Are you struggling to find top talent? Or keep and retain the great talent you have? If you are in this situation, you are not alone. It may be the biggest challenge facing organizations today. If you find yourself in this situation or maybe you just want to better manage your team you are going to want to listen to today's episode.  Our guest today is Danielle Mulvey, who went from being a flight attendant to building a business enterprise grossing more than $50 million a year. She shares with us how she built the 5-Star Rating System and how you can use it in finding and retaining 5-star employees. She is also co-writing a book with Mike Michalowicz, the author of Profit First and a guest on our podcast episode 23. https://bigskyfranchiseteam.com/why-you-should-pay-your-profit-first/ ATTEND OUR FRANCHISE SALES TRAINING WORKSHOP ON SEPTEMBER 22:Register here: https://bigskyfranchiseteam.com/franchisesalestraining/ LINKS FROM THE EPISODE:You can visit our guest's website at: https://www.5staremployees.com/Get your FREE download by text: NEVERSETTLE to 411-321Connect with our guest on social: https://www.instagram.com/danielle__mulvey/?hl=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-mulvey-66a315/If you are ready to franchise your business or take it to the next level: CLICK HERE.ABOUT OUR GUEST:Danielle Mulvey is a former flight attendant-turned-entrepreneur who has cracked the code on recruiting, hiring, and retaining what she refers to as “5-Star Employees” --- The top 15% of available talent who are game-changing, dedicated employees who share your core values and possess the right qualities, aptitudes, and skills to produce at least a 3X return on the payroll. Never one to settle for average, Danielle has scaled her several companies to over $50 million in annual revenue while spending less than 10 hours each week overseeing their operations. Danielle's own team of trusted 5-Star Employees provides her with the freedom to spend the rest of her work-week guiding other entrepreneurs through podcasting, workshops, and community curating.ABOUT BIG SKY FRANCHISE TEAM:This episode is powered by Big Sky Franchise Team. If you are ready to talk about franchising your business you can schedule your free, no-obligation, franchise consultation online at: https://bigskyfranchiseteam.com/ or by calling Big Sky Franchise Team at: 855-824-4759.

Becoming You Podcast
135 | Expansion in Life + Business - with Chris & Lori Harder

Becoming You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 60:47


Chris and Lori Harder are not only my expanders in every area of life, but they are my dream guests I wrote down nearly four years ago when I began this podcast! Life comes full circle, as they are mentors of mine!! This episode will stand out as one of my favorite interviews and conversations ever! SO many incredible gems of wisdom, so grab a pen + paper, and be ready to learn and grow from this incredible couple.    In this episode, we dive into: The one piece of advice they wish they could tell their earlier entrepreneur self. Why contribution must be a part of your business!! How to prioritize your relationship as an entrepreneur?  You've been through one recession....talk to us about the opportunities + any wisdom you have for this one we may be going into? The importance of non-negotiables and protected time.   Chris Harder is a host of the top-rated podcast, The Chris Harder Show. He uses his platform to empower entrepreneurs to become unapologetic in their pursuit of wealth and generous in their giving. The foundation of Chris' success as an entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist is built on his belief that "when good people make good money they do great things." In addition to owning and investing in several multi-million dollar companies, Chris uses this online course,The Money Principles, his two mastermind groups––one of which just recently sold––and his exclusive 1:1 business coaching to help countless clients earn six ands even figure incomes.   Lori Harder has built 3 separate seven-figure businesses. She is the Founder and CEO of Lite Pink, a female-founded and focused beverage company. She is a best-selling author and the host of TheEarnYour Happypodcast with over 40 million downloads, and co-hosts the podcastGirlfriends & Business,launched alongside Alli Webb (founder of Drybar) and BrittanyDriscoll (founder of Squeeze). Her career started in fitness as a 3X fitness world champion, 11X fitness cover model, and gym owner. Her true calling in business was revealed through her experience becoming a Top 7-figure earner in network marketing.   RESOURCES Text me HELLO at +1 (949) 503-9882 to receive weekly business + lifestyle tips, tools & inspo! Download your 4 in 1 Irresistible Pitch Templates to supercharge your brand and business visibility + credibility!! It's a plug and play template to pitch to press, podcasts, TV and public speaking!! Join The Visibility Lounge on FB - for female business owners + entrepreneurs who want to build a profitable + purpose driven business!   CONNECT WITH GUEST Follow Chris Harder: @ChrisWHarder Visit Their Website www.ChrisHarder.me   Follow Lori Harder: @LoriHarder Visit her website: www.loriharder.com   CONNECT WITH REBECCA Follow Rebecca: @RebeccaCafiero   Follow The Pitch Club: @thepitch.club  Visit my Website: www.rebeccacafiero.com 

The Multifamily Takeoff
Best In-Market Airbnb Strategies - Matt Floyd & Craig Gerulski

The Multifamily Takeoff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 54:24


Matt grew up in small town Wisconsin and graduated from Beloit College in 2013.  He has lived in Spain, Boston, St. Maarten in the Caribbean, and now San Diego and started investing remotely in multi-family properties in Wisconsin in 2018.  Since then he's focused on growing a short term rental portfolio with 7 properties in Nashville, Scottsdale, Wisconsin and San Diego.  Leveraging that operational experience, he partnered with Craig to launch a property management business at the end of 2019.  After persevering through some initial struggles at the start of Covid, they have now built a 7 figure business and plan to leverage their expertise to acquire hotels around the country. Craig graduated from Purdue University with an engineering degree in 2014.  While working in San Diego as an engineer, he founded his short-term rental business and 3X his salary with the cash flow from his rentals in just 3 years. He personally owns 5 short term rental properties in San Diego, Nashville, and Scottsdale.  He founded a rental arbitrage and short-term rental management company with Matt Floyd in 2020.  That company currently has 4 rental arbitrage units and 18 other properties under management.  He spends a couple hours a week running the business compared to spending 40-50 hours a week working as an engineer.  Talk about time freedom!  His focus now is to keep expanding his personal short-term rental portfolio, take on new management clients, and purchase a boutique hotel by the end of the year.   In this episode, Matt and Craig talk about their double-digit real estate portfolio, which includes properties in the arbitrage, co-hosting, and outright ownership categories. They share how they got started and why they are still working their full-time W2 jobs. The guys share their favorite amenities and what they do to set themselves apart from the competition. Some of these strategies include extracting data from third party softwares. Listen to learn more! Connect with Matt & Craig: Website: www.stayclassycohosting.com Email: stayclassyhousing@gmail.com Partner with us: www.pac3capital.com Follow the show on Instagram: @themultifamilytakeoff

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast
The Excitement of Multi-Species Lakes, with Captain Drew Price

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 120:00 Very Popular


This week, my guest is captain Drew Price [56:13], an expert on fishing large, multi-story, multi-species lakes. Drew has pioneered methods of catching unusual and fascinating freshwater fish like bowfin, gar, and freshwater drum. He also loves to fish for trout, bass, and carp but there are days on his home water, Lake Champlain, when those popular fish may not cooperate. And it's fun to fill your life list with new species, some of which may live in your own back yard. If you're looking for a new challenge, want to escape summer's crowded trout rivers--or if your rivers are too warm--learn about how you can fish large lakes for all kinds of cool fish. In the Fly Box this week, we have lots of thought-provoking questions, including: What should I pack for my trip to Alaska, and how should I pack my waders? Why did they use heaver stuff, like size 8 wet flies and 3X leaders, back in the 1930s through 1950s? Why am I missing brown and rainbow trout striking my leech pattern? Why am I missing small cutthroat trout on my dry flies? I see large brown trout very close to me in a heavily fished river, but they won't take any of my flies. Are they spooked? Tips from a listener on how to store rods and other tackle Why do some rods not have hook keepers? What fishing fiction do you recommend, beyond Big Two-Hearted River and A River Runs through It? For fishing hopper patterns, should I go long and fine or short and heavy with my leader? I caught some big rainbow trout but also saw some huge suckers in the same river. How can I catch those suckers on a fly? Where is the best place to set down your rod and reel when switching flies or leaders? If I see some debris on my nymph, should I clean it off? How does the hard-sided Orvis stripping basket compare to collapsible mesh versions? When I release trout, should I try to feed them mealworms or something to make up for them losing a meal?