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In this episode of the BetterWealth podcast me and my good friend, Chris Kirkpatrick from LIFE180 discuss 5 negative drawbacks to cash value life insurance or better known as the infinite banking concept. Guest Bio I am relentlessly dedicated to helping people reach financial freedom as quickly as possible. I believe the financial system is broken - it is set up for the main street investor to fail. I believe too many people play a passive role in one of the most important areas of their life - THEIR MONEY. I wrote my last book, Cashflow Hacking, to show how anyone can reach financial freedom predictably in roughly a decade. That's about 4x faster than Wall Streets plan for you. And the good news is, you have more control of the outcome. I am also the Founder of LIFE180 - An Independent Marketing Organization (IMO) in the Life Insurance industry. Guest Link LIFE180 - https://www.youtube.com/c/LIFE180 (https://www.youtube.com/c/LIFE180) #BetterWealth Free 15 Minute Clarity Call: https://bttr.ly/ytclarity (https://bttr.ly/ytclarity) The And Asset Book: https://bttr.ly/book (https://bttr.ly/book) BetterWealth Quiz: https://bttr.ly/quiz (https://bttr.ly/quiz) AndAsset.com: https://bttr.ly/andasset (https://bttr.ly/andasset) BetterWealth Youtube - https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube (https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube) Financial Advisor, Agent or Coach: https://bttr.ly/advisor (https://bttr.ly/advisor)
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As the leader of Jacksonville commercial real estate firm Prime Realty, Tyler Saldutti has seen his company grow exponentially as the market has rebounded. In the past 18 months, Prime Realty has more than doubled its staff to meet client demand. Tyler is a fourth-generation real estate entrepreneur and, before starting Prime Realty, was a top producer working for a global commercial real estate firm. He has consulted real estate owners and users from a wide range of industries and built a reputation for finding the best real estate solutions through creative deal structures and a project approach to each assignment. Let's hear from Tyler as he shares tips on how his company works and how to leverage the brokerage Community to scale your real estate business. [00:00 - 07:00] Prime Realty: We Do Low Volume, High Quality Tyler Saldutti is the founder of prime Realty, a commercial real estate firm in Jacksonville, Florida. Prime Realty is the leading or premier boutique brokerage doing over 250 transactions. Tyler started in New Jersey working construction and then moved to South Florida, where he worked as a consultant and learned to develop his two passions helping people build wealth through real estate investment and supporting entrepreneurs. In 2008, when the economy was tough, Prime Realty reinvented itself as a boutique operation that services family offices and small businesses. [07:01 - 13:51] Boutique Real Estate Firm Uses Exclusive Relationships and Nimble Marketing to Close More Projects Tyler adds that a high-quantity low-quality business model can't be nimble and custom when it's big. How a boutique approach is different, and how it results in better quality work for the agent and higher closing rates. Tyler recommends that agents work hard to build relationships with brokers and not get sucked into a crony system. Agents should also stay in touch with their brokers to ensure they are always on top of new opportunities. [13:52 - 20:46] Real Estate Broker Sourced and Assisted with Every Acquisition There is a real estate broker that has been helpful in all of the acquisitions that the speaker has made, and he recommends staying in touch with the brokerage community to stay up-to-date on opportunities. The role of a broker is different than that of other professionals involved in a real estate transaction, and their goal is to maximize their sale price and return on investment. It is important to verify information about a property before making an offer, as there can be significant differences in how different buyers view it. A good business plan for a real estate project should include [20:47 - 24:50] Closing Segment Reach out to Tyler Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “Finding those exclusive relationships, meaning you may invest in property all over the country, but you may have somebody in Chicago that knows the industrial market there and You're dealing with them whenever you're in Chicago and dealing with the industrial market, that's going to be the only person you're going to work with.” - Tyler Saldutti ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Tyler visit their website at https://primerealtyinc.com/ Or call 9043730578 Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:38] Sam Wilson: Tyler Saldutti is the founder of Prime Realty in Jacksonville, Florida, where he is overseeing the funding acquisition development management and leasing of over 2000 retail office, industrial multifamily properties throughout Florida and Georgia. [00:00:52] Tyler Saldutti: Tyler. Welcome to the show. Thanks for [00:00:54] Sam Wilson: having me. Hey man, the pleasure's mine and 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? [00:01:00] Tyler Saldutti: I started in New Jersey working construction, growing up, my father and uncles. And that was how I saw real estate. It was the physical production of space and there's something that's just very rewarding about seeing the. [00:01:16] Tyler Saldutti: The result of your labor growing up outside Manhattan. So many industries are dollars and cents. And something about seeing your end product got my blood in 2008, I started Prime Realty. We're a commercial real estate firm here in Jacksonville, Florida. And now we're the leading or premier boutique brokerage doing over 250 transactions. [00:01:37] Tyler Saldutti: Like you were. [00:01:37] Sam Wilson: That is really cool. I love that. So when you were in the construction business, were you guys general contractors? Were you guys the owners developing the project? What [00:01:48] Tyler Saldutti: was your role in that? Well, you may have picked up from the last name, style duty. I'm a Italian American from Jersey. [00:01:54] Tyler Saldutti: So you. Know, I had family members in all sorts of trades. Electricians, like I said, my father is a general contractor. I member working for an uncle that was a site works contractor. So, it was, exercise of getting to see a little bit of everything. Like I said, mostly from the. [00:02:12] Tyler Saldutti: Property improvement or construction side spending weekends winter breaks off of sports. Mostly it was in the summers working in the different trades. So, this way, as my career progressed, I have this vision and understanding of what's behind all the numbers and spreadsheets and what it takes to construct and develop and manage. [00:02:35] Tyler Saldutti: Manage office, industrial retail and multifamily property. So you see all the different colored logos. We have that. That's what that's all about. Those are our four main food groups and how we divide and conquer and commercial real estate. [00:02:50] Sam Wilson: How did you make the jump from working in the trades? [00:02:53] Sam Wilson: Working as a GC to, I know I should go start a brokerage. That kind of seems a little disconnected [00:02:59] Tyler Saldutti: there. Sure. After growing up in New Jersey, I traded commodities in south Florida, a very business development, intense environment. You might picture a large bullpen of financial advisors making. [00:03:18] Tyler Saldutti: Business calls and developing new relationships in the dozens of conversations today, sometimes hundreds from there, I worked for a small business consulting firm in London and really developed, my two passions are helping people build wealth through real estate investment and supporting entrepreneurs. [00:03:40] Tyler Saldutti: And. Working for mostly medium size companies in London and consulting, a lot of it was geared towards their marketing systems and operations. You developed an appreciation for that small and medium sized business owner that as you help them get results kind of back to you can, there's a transparency and, a visual when you help a business that. [00:04:06] Tyler Saldutti: Versus maybe a, the, when we consult bigger firms and bigger organizations maybe it's not as clear there. So all of that to say that the boutique operation, that services a lot of family offices or family groups, small businesses is where I've found my life and my passion and it's been a good fit ever since. [00:04:31] Sam Wilson: So let's talk about your brokerage then. So you launch a brokerage in Florida, you say, Hey, we're gonna do commercial brokerage in 2008. The timing seems a little rough. Tell me tell me how you guys made your way through that period. And kind of what, I guess, what lessons [00:04:48] Tyler Saldutti: you learned along the way? [00:04:49] Tyler Saldutti: Well, 2008 was the great recession and it was very there was a lot of Turmo. And the economy at that time, I was working for the largest commercial real estate brokerage in the world doing investment sales, which meant I got to touch multiple different property types. And, you, I saw, I had to reinvent myself into more leasing and management in addition to the investment sales. [00:05:17] Tyler Saldutti: And it's what people needed at the time they needed. Their building's full so that they could cover their debt service. They needed property management that was finding ways to be more efficient and save money. And again, coming back into that from having a very deep understanding of the investment side, the ownership side, balancing that with the leasing and the management There was we did, I didn't complete a sale transaction for over a year after starting Prime. [00:05:52] Tyler Saldutti: So, we saw that there was a need for a boutique approach. We saw that. The quantity over quality of work model was not gonna work. In other words, 2007, you could put a sign in front of a property. Somebody's gonna call you. You're gonna get a transaction done. Let me tell you, in 2008 times were tough and you built a lot of good habits. [00:06:14] Tyler Saldutti: And this firm was built on those habits. So when things are let's say more normal we're really, hitting on all cylinders because we've been built with a very proactive and project oriented approach that truly is effective in the most difficult of times. Which. Which it, which was a very difficult process to do. [00:06:37] Tyler Saldutti: Right. But boy hasn't served us well ever since. So [00:06:41] Sam Wilson: I'm really curious when you say the need for a boutique approach and the other phrase you said there was, you built a lot of good habits. What are the things that come to mind when you say that? Because obviously not being a broker on this side, I don't, can you paint a picture there for us that you said, Hey, here's the problem I saw? [00:06:58] Sam Wilson: And this is kind of how we decided we're gonna do [00:07:00] Tyler Saldutti: it differently. Sure. So we turned the quantity over quality equation on its head, if you're at a big firm, you're gonna have different overhead, you're gonna have a corporate office that you're feeding constantly. And your business model is built to make that corporation money. [00:07:20] Tyler Saldutti: And it's very successful and you might need to have three dozen listings in order to, effectively close half of those transactions. And it works for the broker, right? And the broker makes money and the agent makes money. But it's high volume. Low quality, you're fitting everything into a system that has to be somewhat effective for a variety of different projects. [00:07:49] Tyler Saldutti: Right? You can't be nimble when you're big. You can't be custom when you're big. And the boutique approach is the opposite. So, we've got our systems, we test and measure. We've got all the same technology, all the same marketing platforms. All the gizmos that the big firms have, technology's been a great equalizer amongst all firms, but we do low volume, high quality. [00:08:13] Tyler Saldutti: So project approached with the unique business plan for each project. The critical non-essentials whether we're working with a buyer or a seller, a tenant or a landlord, we. Get to have a curiosity and get to know their business more so than you can if you're in a high volume business. So, it's the customization you can do. [00:08:37] Tyler Saldutti: It's the expertise you can develop and then it's just being proactive. So if we're on the marketing side, we, if we're working on maybe 20 deals instead, 40, it's not rocket science. It's picking up the phone. If you're trying to find a space where a dental practice, you're calling all the dentists in town, and you can do that on a boutique approach and be more pro project oriented. [00:09:00] Tyler Saldutti: We close, darn near a hundred percent of the projects we take on. And at a bigger high quantity firm you're doing between 30 and 50% closing. And that's a lifestyle. 50 to 70% of your clients being frustrated with, Hey, how come I don't hear from, Hey, what's going on? I don't see what you're doing. [00:09:20] Tyler Saldutti: And when you have lower quantities, you're able to do that kinda work. Got it. It's more enjoyable. [00:09:26] Sam Wilson: No, that, that makes a lot of sense. Thank you for taking the time to, to clarify that, cuz that again, not being in your business, I go that, just needed some more deeper understanding of that. [00:09:37] Sam Wilson: So that's really cool. Thank you for sharing that with us. Tell me about this. The broker and call, let's say the broker and buyer and broker and seller relationships are they're unique and have their own, nuances to 'em. What are some things or some tips that you would give that you would say, Hey, here's the way that you should be effectively leveraging your broker relationships? [00:09:57] Tyler Saldutti: Well, there's three things that I think. Investor or just real estate entrepreneur should keep in mind when trying to leverage the brokerage community to help them build their business. And the first is to really work hard, to build those relationships in an exclusive manner. And it's always important to date before you get married. [00:10:25] Tyler Saldutti: As you're trying to engage a brokerage community, you can work with somebody quite a bit before. You're really like I said committing to them in any sense, but a commitment. It should be the end goal on both sides. The brokerage community is an E what you kill industry. They were not able to pay our bills, support our families. [00:10:50] Tyler Saldutti: Unless we get results. And so we have to be very disciplined at what we commit our time to. And we, as you can imagine in a market like today in 2022, there's a lot of buyers, right? So how do you as the buyer distinguish yourself and try to build that exclusive relationship, it goes both ways. We're the, broker's looking for an exclusive relat. [00:11:18] Tyler Saldutti: And the buyer wants to be the first one to get the call when a new, exciting opportunity becomes available. So, I don't think anybody ever expects a exclusive relationship. That's not logical, meaning, you're not gonna have one phone conversation with someone and say, gosh, you're the only broker I'm ever going to use on every deal I ever do. [00:11:39] Tyler Saldutti: But finding those exclusive relationships, meaning you may have somebody. And you may invest in property all over the country, but you may have somebody in Chicago that knows the industrial market there that you through. You're dealing with them whenever you're in Chicago and industrial market, that's gonna be the only person you're going to work with and so on and so forth. [00:12:05] Tyler Saldutti: So, that's the first. Main goal I'd say for any investor owner, entrepreneur is to try to build these exclusive relationships and they can be one, it can be one person, one that does and quarterbacks all your deals, but it can also be a, a group that you formed together. [00:12:23] Tyler Saldutti: The second thing is. I'd say don't get sucked into a crony system. So again, having been in corporate commercial real estate world, there is a crony system in a national platform that, a customer that works with X, Y, Z company. And that company has offices all over the country. You don't want to be dealing with somebody that just has the same logo on their business card because Hey everybody, you know what a nice logo, right? [00:12:56] Tyler Saldutti: If you're going into multiple markets and the way that we approach it, and most independent firms approach it you're able to be nimble and partner with the right brokers or agents in that market. In other words, no firm has the. Agent or broker in every single submarket in every single property type in every single market. [00:13:17] Tyler Saldutti: So you may find when you're in Boise that the CBR E broker on the west side of town for multifamily is the best and that's their niche. And you might find. It's the cushioning Wakefield broker. And you might find it's another independent firm. So I would say don't get sucked into a crony system that doesn't serve you and your goals don't align with you and your broker that way. [00:13:43] Tyler Saldutti: And the third I would just say is follow up and stay in touch. Like any good relationship. I can't tell you. I've been blessed to build a small real estate portfolio. There has been a real estate broker that has sourced and assisted with every acquisition I've made. And I can't tell you how many opportunities come from staying in touch with the brokerage community and the experts and the specialists. [00:14:06] Tyler Saldutti: And and they're given property types and marketplaces. And submarkets whether that's a phone call a few times a year with a lunch, And, I make a point to, to go to that lunch once a year, make a point to play around at golf or whatever it is. That you enjoy with that person and hopefully the broker's doing the same, but but if you are disciplined and scheduled about it, you'd be amazed by how much those once a quarter, once a month, touching base calls will lead to, to really profitable acquisitions. [00:14:38] Sam Wilson: I love that. Thank you for taking the time to break down those three really valuable points there. I wanna circle back to the first one. However, when you said to build relationships that are exclusive, my question is this, how do you know when a broker is someone who is worth building that exclusive relationship with [00:14:57] Tyler Saldutti: they've made you, they've made you a lot of money, a broker. [00:15:01] Tyler Saldutti: Should be your most valuable tool in your toolbox? I've often been said throughout the years that the brokerage community is the grease that keeps the gears of the economy going, a broker's role, the way they're compensated and the value they add is different than everybody else in that transaction, whether it's the seller. [00:15:27] Tyler Saldutti: And their goal to maximize their sale price, the buyer, their goal, to limit the maybe limit the purchase price and achieve the highest returns or limit municipality. That's gotta help you with the zoning or the contractor. That's gotta do the property improvement. So the attorney that's gotta assess the risk. [00:15:46] Tyler Saldutti: Everybody has their role but even that entrepreneur that's importance is finding the value maximizing return and being creative. They are not playing the role and motivated to keep the transactions moving forward. Right. And bringing people together and finding ways the broker has got to achieve everybody's goal right. [00:16:13] Tyler Saldutti: In order for there to be a successful transaction. And so, how do you know when you've found that? Well, you've made a lot of money. That's truly it. I mean, the foundation of any broker relationship is, made, saved. Or achieved a great return on investment and at Prime Realty, we work with both sides. [00:16:34] Tyler Saldutti: So, making a lot of money on the buy side is obviously different than making a lot of money on the sell side. But you're looking for someone that's got that deep, specific niche specialization. You're looking for someone that's collaborative, right? That's not trying to force you into their, oh, don't worry. [00:16:54] Tyler Saldutti: I know all the buyers in the market, we're just gonna, market this off market. Don't worry about it. And so you're looking for somebody that. Goals or aligning with yours or being collaborative. They've got that specialty and they've proven to you that they're they're able to make you a lot of money. [00:17:10] Sam Wilson: I love that answer. That's great. I've got one final question here for you and this'll come off as harsh or as snarky. So I apologize in advance, but I guess we don't ever look at the broker brokers. PROFOR. Like they're all packaged up. They're put across and they're part of the shiny brochure. And the first thing we do is totally ignore 'em. [00:17:30] Sam Wilson: Why is that? Why is that the case? Well, [00:17:34] Tyler Saldutti: Gosh, I know those brokers that you're talking about, and I know those packets you're talking about and I'm fighting a good fight here at Prime. For that, not to be the case. But I also believe everyone's doing the right thing in starting from scratch. [00:17:55] Tyler Saldutti: Right? So you take your, you take your secondary sources of information, but you verify and I would say. If I look at a property with three different buyers, there's going to be three different ways that they look at that. So it makes sense that everybody starts from a blank spreadsheet, ideally, truly a blank spreadsheet and takes everything I've been saying about a project approach and customization, and does that for each property. [00:18:30] Tyler Saldutti: So I, I think the idea that. Any marketing offering memorandum or any one spreadsheet is gonna be adequate in deciphering what an individual or an organization's unique business plan is for that property. That doesn't make sense. And, I don't think you understand our industry. if that. The way you approach it. [00:18:59] Tyler Saldutti: Well, well, here's my spreadsheet. It's a template and I, and I put this and this is how we, doing that is just as wrong as like you're saying, trying to take the offering memorandum and say, well, this is how this is this, if that's how that property was gonna perform. [00:19:13] Tyler Saldutti: The only thing anyone can tell you about their offering memorandum is the property will perform. Not to what I have in my offering. thatAnd right. This is a an estimated summary of what you might expect with the business plan that we've come up with. Right. and so I think it's more important to be able, like we touched on before, understand what's behind those numbers as you help your buyers. [00:19:41] Tyler Saldutti: evaluate an opportunity that nobody's spreadsheet can tell you what their unique resources are to add value. And then what their ability to access capital. So, nobody nobody's putting out offering memorandums. They might have some consumable debt assumptions, but. One of the, two criteria that nobody can do is what are your unique resources to add value, and what's your ability to acquire funding for it. [00:20:12] Tyler Saldutti: So what, you're, what you're able to source interest rate amortization fix time period, versus what I'm able to source. Is different and it's always gonna be difference between investor a, B, C, and D. So, I think everybody's doing the right thing by taking the summary analysis from the offering memorandums and then getting rolling their sleeves up and, and doing the work on their end to build the B the successful business plan that, that a good investment should include. [00:20:41] Sam Wilson: Tyler. Thank you so much for coming on the show today. I certainly appreciate it learned an absolute ton from you. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? Our [00:20:51] Tyler Saldutti: website is PrimeRealtyInc.com Like incorporated.com and you can reach us there. [00:20:57] Tyler Saldutti: We're easy to find here in Jacksonville, Florida Prime Realty, Inc. 9 0 4 3 7 3 0 5 7 8. And that's my direct. Awesome. Tyler. Thank you [00:21:08] Sam Wilson: again. Certainly appreciate it.
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In this episode I explore the topic of finances in marriage and how to build unity with your spouse in an often frustrating subject for couples. Today's guest is Chris Felton, a bestselling author and financial expert who shares his experience and lessons with the mission of helping couples get their finances and relationships in order. Guest Bio Chris and his wife Marlow Felton are bestselling authors, personal finance experts, and professional speakers. They have grown a successful financial services business, which has put them in the top 1% of one of the largest financial services companies in North America, and more than tripled their income during the Great Recession. After almost 20 years in the financial services industry and over a decade of personal development, they have learned that wealth is built from the inside out! Guest Link http://couplesmoney.com/ (http://couplesmoney.com/) #BetterWealth Free 15 Minute Clarity Call: https://bttr.ly/ytclarity (https://bttr.ly/ytclarity) The And Asset Book: https://bttr.ly/book (https://bttr.ly/book) BetterWealth Quiz: https://bttr.ly/quiz (https://bttr.ly/quiz) AndAsset.com: https://bttr.ly/andasset (https://bttr.ly/andasset) BetterWealth Youtube - https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube (https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube) Financial Advisor, Agent or Coach: https://bttr.ly/advisor (https://bttr.ly/advisor)
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Ignore the get rich quick schemes, and get some real answers on whether you could, or SHOULD, become a landlord. What does Chicago real estate investing look like? How do you get started? What are common mistakes to avoid? How much money do you really make? Get authentic answers from someone who actually owns rental properties themselves! Laricy LIVE is your go to real estate podcast that covers market trends, real estate news, and all the questions you need answered on a weekly basis. CONNECT NOW Matt Laricy email@example.com https://mattlaricy.com/connect/ 708-250-2696 ABOUT LARICY Laricy, a division of Americorp Real Estate, was formed in 2013. This group is headed by Matt Laricy, who is in the top 1% of sales for Chicago, recognized as the National Association of Realtors Magazine 30 Under 30 realtors in the country, and recently finished as the #2 Agent in #Chicago out of 14,000+ agents. Laricy stands as one of the top real estate agencies in Chicago because our main goal is to provide outstanding customer service to our clients. Whether it be luxury services, first time buyers/sellers, or investors, the knowledge and experience of our agents is unparalleled. By utilizing cutting edge technology trends and providing 24/7 availability to our clients, we assure you the most efficient and enjoyable real estate experience possible. Connect with us at http://mattlaricygroup.com/connect/. Musicbed ID: MB01OEAFMTTZV17 VIDEO CONTENTS 0:00 - Intro
Luke Paverd, the recently named chief operating officer of the PropTech Group, chats with Momentum Media's Grace Ormsby for the latest episode of REB's Proptech Pulse. Luke tells the tale of how his brainchild start-up came to life before giving us an inside look at how a customer relationship management (CRM) system can be tailored for the specific needs and goals of any business and its stakeholders. He also shares his belief that digitisation alone is not enough to deliver customer-centric services and delves into how integrating a purpose-built CRM into business processes can provide a seamless end-to-end experience not just for real estate professionals, but for customers as well. In this episode, you will hear: Why it's vital to provide an integrated and holistic digital solution to agents and their clients How to choose the right CRM solution for your business The ways technology will transform as the real estate industry evolves To learn more about the Proptech Group and its suit of technological offerings, make sure to check them out at proptechgroup.io Make sure you never miss an episode by subscribing to us now on Apple Podcasts. Did you like this episode? Show your support by rating us or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (REB Podcast Network) and by liking and following Real Estate Business on social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you have any questions about what you heard today, any topics of interest you have in mind, or if you'd like to lend a voice to the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more insights.
Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to personalize your professional development to the unique needs of your teaching practice. The special agent assigned to help you with this task is Agent Darcy Bakkegard. In our conversation we discuss: 1️⃣ Teachers taking agency over their own professional development 2️⃣ Using the design process as a model for innovating your practice 3️⃣ Removing the barriers and hypocrisy of traditional PD Click here for links and resources mentioned in the episode or more information about the podcast. Click here for Lesson: Impossible's blog.
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On this show..- Jersey giveaway winner! Congrats Kim!- More Pacioretty trade fallout- Kolesar signs an extension- UNLV gets screwed by Chris Beard again
We are joined by Agent 33 (Good Number) Ryan Duffy, while Ollie's been forklifted out of his house to who knows where... We play The Snopes Game, drop in on Sir Michael, pay a visit to the Bunker and much more... Enjoy! Join in the discussions on our Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/2SkepticalChaps Link to all our episodes here: http://2skepticalchaps.libsyn.com/podcast Twitter: @2scpodcast Email: email@example.com Be sure to catch the Sturdy Wheelbarrows podcast. by Sir Michael. and featuring our very own Doctor Dan, at Sturdy Wheelbarrows and follow them on Twitter at @SturdyPodcast
Todd has a passion for outdoors, hunting and helping others enjoy their outdoor lifestyles as well. He is more than a Real Estate Agent with WHITETAIL PROPERTIES. Todd is a land specialist with the knowledge and expertise to help guy you to finding the best property to suit your land/living...
Tiger welcomes her right hand woman and assistant on the show to discuss her background as a student-athlete, balancing internships and school, and her experience as a female pursuing a career in the sports management field. The two also openly discuss the million dollar question- what is a day in this career really like?
Today's podcast is a special one as we recorded a really in-depth and "live" conversation on all things IUL. Guest Bio A brief guest bio of about 100 words including their business and title along with any other accreditation information. I am relentlessly dedicated to helping people reach financial freedom as quickly as possible. I believe the financial system is broken - it is set up for the main street investor to fail. I believe too many people play a passive role in one of the most important areas of their life - THEIR MONEY. I wrote my last book, Cashflow Hacking, to show how anyone can reach financial freedom predictably in roughly a decade. That's about 4x faster than Wall Streets plan for you. And the good news is, you have more control of the outcome. I am also the Founder of LIFE180 - An Independent Marketing Organization (IMO) in the Life Insurance industry. Guest Link Life 180 Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/LIFE180 #BetterWealth Free 15 Minute Clarity Call: https://bttr.ly/ytclarity (https://bttr.ly/ytclarity) The And Asset Book: https://bttr.ly/book (https://bttr.ly/book) BetterWealth Quiz: https://bttr.ly/quiz (https://bttr.ly/quiz) AndAsset.com: https://bttr.ly/andasset (https://bttr.ly/andasset) BetterWealth Youtube - https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube (https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube) Financial Advisor, Agent or Coach: https://bttr.ly/advisor (https://bttr.ly/advisor)
Brady Quinn, Jonas Knox and LaVar Arrington open the final hour of the show by giving an update on the Deshaun Watson situation. Former Raiders HC Jon Gruden's agent seems pretty optimistic that his client will get another shot as an NFL head coach, but the guys aren't buying it. Plus, a wild edition of BQ News and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this weeks episode the group talks about Slothys Abdel Adrian deck with the backround Agent Of The Iron Throne. This deck is a black white control deck that has many interesting alternative win conditions as well as a unique ability to protect your cards. Join us this week on this awesome episode and dont blink ! You might miss something important !Deck list below https://archidekt.com/decks/3076361#abdel_adrian You can find all of our content atwww.intothe99.comIf you want to support the show make sure to check out our merch store and Patreon:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Intothe99Merch Store: https://teespring.com/stores/intothe99Leave us a rating or review ! It really helps us get noticed on apple and spotify and thanks so much for listening! Intro Music by:Track: ROY KNOX - Lost In SoundMusic Provided By: Magic RecordsListen To The Original: https://youtu.be/bafd5CsNk0MFanlink: https://fanlink.to/lis
In this episode, Rick speaks with Sofarsounds CEO Jim Lucchese. Sofar has helped thousands of Indie Artist Tour The World. Many Sofar Artists have gone on the win Grammys. You are going to LOVE this conversation. www.sofarsounds.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/music-industry-blueprint/message
We're beset with so many crises and those in charge aren't willing or equipped to fix them. Lynne explains that the change we need starts with a fundamental change in the way that we engage with the world - a new you and a new me, and both of us thinking very differently.
In this podcast me and Chris Kirkpatrick respond to the life insurance agent, Ernest Burley Jr. and his critique video of the infinite banking concept. Video we're responding to: https://youtu.be/UIrLghTeZ9I #BetterWealth Free 15 Minute Clarity Call: https://bttr.ly/ytclarity (https://bttr.ly/ytclarity) The And Asset Book: https://bttr.ly/book (https://bttr.ly/book) BetterWealth Quiz: https://bttr.ly/quiz (https://bttr.ly/quiz) AndAsset.com: https://bttr.ly/andasset (https://bttr.ly/andasset) BetterWealth Youtube - https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube (https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube) Financial Advisor, Agent or Coach: https://bttr.ly/advisor (https://bttr.ly/advisor)
Aujourd'hui, je vous propose de (ré)écouter cette conversation enregistré avec Kim et Anthony du collectif Vietnam Dioxine. Le Collectif Vietnam-Dioxine regroupe des bénévoles et des associations partenaires. Ce collectif lutte pour la reconnaissance officielle et les réparations suite aux effets de l'usage de l'agent orange durant la guerre du Vietnam. L'Agent Orange est un herbicide développé par l'armée américaine dans les années 1940. Ce fut l'herbicide le plus utilisé par l'armée américaine durant la guerre du Vietnam. Les herbicides servaient à défolier les forêts (afin d'empêcher la guérilla vietnamienne de se cacher), à dégager les installations militaires et à détruire les récoltes ennemies. L'Agent Orange est en fait rose-brunâtre. Il doit son nom aux bandes de couleur orange inscrites sur les barils dans lesquels il était stocké. De même furent baptisés les Agents Blanc, Bleu, Rose, Vert et Pourpre. Selon les dernières estimations*, de 2,1 à 4,8 millions de Vietnamiens ont été directement exposées aux herbicides entre 1961 et 1971, auxquels ils faut rajouter un nombre inconnu de Cambodgiens, de Laotiens, de civils et militaires américains, et de leurs divers alliés australiens, canadiens, néo-zélandais, sud-coréens. Mais le nombre total de victimes va sans doute au-delà car la dioxine se transmet par contamination de la chaîne alimentaire : lait maternel, lait de vache, consommation de viandes ou poissons contaminés. Ressources complémentaires : http://vietnamdioxine.org Co-créez le vêtement de vos rêves avec Réuni : j'imagine la mode de demain Soutenir Basilic : instagram.com/basilicpodcast/ basilicpodcast.com Production : Jeane Clesse Musique : @Klein Graphisme : Mahaut Clément & Coralie Chauvin Mix : Jeane Clesse Si cet épisode vous a plu, n'hésitez pas à laisser plein d'étoiles et un commentaire sur la plateforme Apple Podcasts et surtout à vous abonner grâce à votre application de podcasts préférée ! Cela m'aide énormément à faire découvrir Basilic à de nouveaux auditeurs et de nouvelles auditrices.
By special Agent request, our Agents are discussing a 2022 independently-published book Legends & Lattes: A Novel of High Fantasy and Low Stakes by Travis Baldree which will be re-released this November through Tor. This warm bath of a book gave us all a warm glow and we just wanted to share that feeling with all of you. Take some DnD style characters in a setting reminiscent of the Forgotten Realms but (mostly) put down your weapons and pull up a chair for a latte and warm pastries. We have so much we want to share with you. Annette Wierstra with James Thomson, Sarah Hendrica Bickerton and Kathy Campbell.
You've most likely heard of a double agent but have you ever heard of a triple agent? This week we uncover the story of Mathilde Carré, the most dangerous spy. Was she a triple agent? Was she a lustful traitor? Or was she just a woman swept up in bad luck and circumstance? https://www.instagram.com/ (Instagram) https://www.patreon.com/fortheloveofhistorypodcast?fan_landing=true (Patreon) https://linktr.ee/fortheloveofhistory (Link Tree) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.fortheloveofhistorypodcast.com/home (www.fortheloveofhistorypodcast.com) https://www.speakpipe.com/fortheloveofhistorypodcast (Voice mail!!) https://my-store-11641481.creator-spring.com/listing/ftlh-season-3 (New Merch!!) https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/54438974-victoire (Book recommendation)
Are you considering hiring agents? A referral is one way to do it. But how do we go about getting those agents through word of mouth? In this episode, CEO of Keller Williams Greater Metropolitan in Ohio, Michael Repasky shares his secret on attracting agents through referrals and how it can help your business grow. Things You'll Learn in This Episode Why it's essential to build and nurture relationships How to provide information to help people make better decisions Why you need to offer something at every step of the pipeline How to reinforce to new agents that they're in the right place
From Spygate, to Simple stealing of signals from opposing sidelines and everything in between, career Army Intelligence officer and now author, Kevin Bryant takes us into a world of secrecy and paranoia of the NFL. Fascinating look into an area of the NFL never thoroughly researched before.
Many top-producing agents believe they earn more than enough from sales that investing is completely unnecessary. My guest today sees it differently - even though his team closes 80 transactions a year, he's also putting effort into building a solid portfolio. Why would a Realtor who runs a high-volume sales operation shift their focus into investing? Does investing help us achieve something we can't get through traditional sales? In this episode, agent and investor and co-owner of the Thomas Team, Jake Thomas, shares why having the best of both worlds in real estate is such a huge advantage. One good transaction could lead to 20 over the next 2-3 years. -Jake Thomas Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode Why a successful agent is shifting his focus to investing How do we build a self-sustaining portfolio that doesn't require money from real estate transactions to grow? The secret to doing large volumes of business with minimal effort How can you get more real estate clients with little effort? Rules for short-term rentals What steps should you take before getting into short-term rentals? Guest Bio Jake is currently the #1 yielding Realtor in volume for United Realty with over 11.5 million in sales, selling over 55 houses each year. With over 10 years of Real Estate experience, Jake started out investing in rental properties. Jake specializes in working with first-time homebuyers, people looking to upgrade or downsize, investors looking for investment properties, and every scenario in between. For more information, visit https://thomasteamproperties.com/.
Full episode: Exit Strategies: How to Buy or Sell a Retiring Agent's Business (Part 2)Are you a regular Walkthrough™ listener? You're invited to join our Facebook mastermind for Walkthrough™ listeners. Connect with other listeners and the guests you hear on the show, get exclusive content, influence future episodes, and more!Links & Show Notes GoldenHandoff.com - Nick's book website with scripts, emails, and other resources City and State Real Estate - Nick's team site Nick Krautter - HomeLight agent profile NAR Membership Historic Report (stats mentioned in this episode) Join our Facebook mastermind for The Walkthrough™ listeners HomeLight's Agent Resource Center Follow and listen to The Walkthrough™: Apple Podcasts/iTunes | Spotify | YouTube
An undercover security and loss prevention agent at Target talks about his experience attempting to prevent shoplifting in one of the world's largest retail chains. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adapt a winning mindset – this is only one of the nine tips I share with you on how to 10x your odds of getting new shippers and keeping them. Relying on pure luck is not only reckless but damaging to any new freight broker because it is simply not a winning strategy. Stick around to learn how to develop effective sales skills and a winning sales system! Timestamps: [00:11] How to 10x your odds of getting shippers [00:27] Biggest reason new freight brokers fail [01:00] Two categories [02:11] Develop sales skills and system [02:47] #1 – Adapt a winning mindset [03:09] #2 – Understand who your prospect is [03:44] #3 – Before contacting shippers create a compelling sales hook [05:50] #4 – Use a multi-touchpoint outreach strategy [06:48] #5 – Learn how to leverage questions [07:22] #6 – Learn how to overcome the 5 core objections shippers give you [07:56] #7 – Closing the sale without feeling slimy [08:32] #8 – How to turn 1 load into 6-7 figures through customer retention strategies [09:46] #9 – Leverage modern technology [10:30] Luck is not a winning formula [11:05] Subscribe, Rate & Review ---------------------------------- If you enjoyed this episode, please RATE / REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE to ensure you never miss an episode. Connect w/ Dennis & Learn More! Connect with me on LinkedIn Learn to Become A Freight Broker/Agent in 30 Days or Less! Watch Freight Broker Training Videos FREE Recently Ranked "Top 30 Freight Podcast"
This week in Insurance Town the Mayor got to fanboy out a little bit . He interviewed a local celebrity and former local news Anchor in Little Rock. This week he has Christina Muñoz on the show. They talked about lots of fun , including tonality , marketing , social media and much much more !! Episode Sponsors Smart Choice Agency Performance Partners Canopy Connect Coverdesk
Retirement is one of the most common financial goals – after all, most people don't want to work their entire life. That said, retirement statistics reveal that three-quarters of Americans agree that the country is facing a retirement crisis. In this episode of The Agent of Wealth Podcast, host Marc Bautis dives into the first episode of a three-part series on 401ks. Since its inception in 1978, the 401k plan has grown to become the most popular type of employer-sponsored retirement plan in the U.S. Millions of workers depend on the money they invest in these plans to provide for them in their retirement years. Tune in to uncover the mistakes you should avoid.In this episode, you will learn:The advantages of investing in a 401k account.How to calculate how much money you need to retire.Tax considerations for 401ks.Common mistakes relating to 401k contribution plans.And more!Resources:Episode Transcript & Blog | Schedule an Introductory Call | Bautis Financial: 7 N Mountain Ave Montclair, New Jersey 07042 (862) 205-5000
In this week's episode, we get a market lesson on the other side of the river, with licensed Wisconsin (and Minnesota) agent, Gretchen Pyle. We ask her the Rapid Fire questions, get a little background on Gretchen and how she got into real estate, and then dig into what she's seeing on the other side of the river! As always, enjoy! Gretchen can be found at:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gretchenpylerealtorInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/soldbypyle/On a Mission Podcast can be found onFacebook at https://www.facebook.com/onamissionpod/Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/onamissionpod/Kelly can be found onFacebook at https://www.facebook.com/kellyanntanke/Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/kellyatanke/Dena can be found onFacebook at https://www.facebook.com/dfrankrealtor/Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/denafrankcoaching/website at http://www.denafrank.com
Molecular hydrogen (H2) is a colorless and odorless gas. Studies have shown that H2 inhalation has therapeutic effects in many animal studies and clinical trials. H2 has a relatively small molecular mass, which helps it quickly spread and penetrate cell membranes to exert a wide range of biological effects. It may play a role in the treatment and prevention of a variety of acute and chronic inflammatory diseases, such as acute pancreatitis, sepsis, respiratory disease, ischemia reperfusion injury diseases, autoimmunity diseases, etc. H2 is primarily administered via inhalation, drinking H2-rich water, or injection of H2 saline. It may participate in the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity (mitochondrial energy metabolism), immune system regulation, and cell death (apoptosis, autophagy, and pyroptosis) through annihilating excess reactive oxygen species production and modulating nuclear transcription factor. However, the underlying mechanism of H2 has not yet been fully revealed. Owing to its safety and potential efficacy, H2 has a promising potential for clinical use against many diseases.
I think we can all agree the world has been tough lately. To keep your spirits up, we invited some of our favorite friends–agents Kayla Lightner (Ayesha Pande Literary) and Kaitlyn Sanchez (Context Literary), plus writers Anna Conathan (Anna Conathan Coaching) and Cameron Kelly Rosenblum (author of the award-winning The Stepping Off Place) to choose from YOUR pages–and give only positive feedback. What follows is a delightfully fun, uplifting evening designed to remind you of the power of writing, community, and creativity to get us through tough times. View video clip here: https://manuscriptacademy.com/podcast-positivity-panel
Me and my guest Chris Kirkpatrick react to a Tiktok video on the Kai-Zen retirement strategy and give our thoughts on this IUL retirement strategy. Guest Bio Chris Kirkpatrick launched LIFE180 as a solution to a problem. As the director of business development for a Fortune 1000 life insurance / broker dealer, he became disenchanted with the financial industry because of the lack of education provided to clients and how "financial advisors" were really just glorified sales people. So... LIFE180 was launched to help give relevant financial education for people to create wealth. Along the journey, LIFE180 has evolved. Chris' quickly realized he was passionate about not just helping entrepreneurs on how to leverage their money, but how to build their businesses. Over the past 5 years, Chris has spent thousands of hours mastering the art of online business development for himself and clients. In 2020, LIFE180 morphed into a full service online business launch and development agency. If you need any help creating more revenue or generating more leads online, reach out to see how LIFE180 can help. Guest Link Chris' video on Kai-Zen - https://youtu.be/GgSTmGo6UR8 (https://youtu.be/GgSTmGo6UR8) #BetterWealth Free 15 Minute Clarity Call: https://bttr.ly/ytclarity (https://bttr.ly/ytclarity) The And Asset Book: https://bttr.ly/book (https://bttr.ly/book) BetterWealth Quiz: https://bttr.ly/quiz (https://bttr.ly/quiz) AndAsset.com: https://bttr.ly/andasset (https://bttr.ly/andasset) BetterWealth Youtube - https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube (https://bttr.ly/bwyoutube) Financial Advisor, Agent or Coach: https://bttr.ly/advisor (https://bttr.ly/advisor)
What makes the principle of least action so important? Who came up with it? Is it all just a bunch of math or does it actually mean something? I discuss these questions and more in today's Ask a Spaceman! Please support our amazing sponsors of this episode: Visit BetterHelp to get 10% off your first month! Join Paul's Audio Book Club on Chirp. There are no commitments or subscription required. Listen along with Paul, and you can enjoy deeply discounted prices (for a limited time) on each of Paul's Book Club Selections! Just go to https://www.chirpbooks.com/spaceman and follow the club to stay in the loop for future picks and other exclusive content. Support the show: http://www.patreon.com/pmsutter All episodes: http://www.AskASpaceman.com Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/PaulMattSutter Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PaulMattSutter Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/PaulMSutter Read a book: http://www.pmsutter/book Keep those questions about space, science, astronomy, astrophysics, physics, and cosmology coming to #AskASpaceman for COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OF TIME AND SPACE! Big thanks to my top Patreon supporters this month: Justin G, Chris L, Barbara K, Duncan M, Corey D, Justin Z, Nate H, Andrew F, Naila, Scott M, Rob H, Justin, Louis M, Paul G, John W, Alexis, Erin J, Jennifer M, Gilbert M, Joshua, Bob H, John S, Thomas D, Michael R, Simon G,David B, Frank T, Tim R, Tom Van S, Mark R, Alan B, Craig B, Richard K, Steve P, Dave L, Stephen M, Maureen R, Stace J, Neil P, COTFM, Stephen S, Ken L, Alberto M, Matt C, Joe R, David P, Ulfert B, Sean M, Edward K, Darren W, Tracy F, Sarah K, Steven S, Ryan L, Ella F, Richard S, Sam R, Thomas K, James C, Jorg D, R Larche, Syamkumar M, John S, Fred S, Homer V, Mark D, Colin B, Bruce A, Steven M, Brent B, Bill E, Tim Z, Thomas W, Linda C, David W, Aissa F, Marc H, Avery P, Scott M, Thomas H, Farshad A, Matthias S, Kenneth D, Maureen R, Michael W, Scott W, David W, Neuterdude, Cha0sKami, Robert C, Matthew K, Robert B, Gary K, Stephen J, dhr18, Anna V, Johanna M, Matthew G, Paul & Giulia S, Ron D, Steven M, Louis M, Michael C, Alyssa K, Lode D, Roger, Bob C, Patti H, Red B, Benjamin M, BlueDragon, Stephen A, Ian S, James R, Skip M, and Robert O! Thanks to Cathy Rinella for editing. Hosted by Paul M. Sutter, astrophysicist and the one and only Agent to the Stars (http://www.pmsutter.com).