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The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club "Best Of" Show

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 80:24


This week we're airing all our favorite Breakfast Club moments from interviews to call in topics to even Donkey of The Days. Today we throw it back to when Belair's Jabari Banks, Latto, and Godfrey visited the show and we also got a hilarious throwback Donkey none of us could forget. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TechnoRetro Dads
Enjoy Stuff: Young, Scrappy, and Hungry

TechnoRetro Dads

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 97:33


In the United States today marks the day that a revolution gave us our independence from England. Many movies also show us characters that fight against oppression, reminding us that we can stand together and fight for justice for all. This week we celebrate by rebelling!   Whether it's the rebel alliance or just a breakfast club, it is important to be reminded to treat everyone fairly. We are all on this Earth together!   News A Back to the Future musical is headed to Broadway in 2023 John Williams is stepping away from movie music Michael J Fox will be given an honorary Oscar for his work on Parkinsons awareness Bill Nye just got hitched and is getting ready for a new show on Peacock next month Amazon Freevee adds a 24 hour ALF channel What we're Enjoying Jay watched Men With Brooms. A Canadian film with Leslie Nielsen that was recommended by Earbud Mike. If you want to experience a feel good story about curling, this one's for you! Shua jumped into the next frontier, but not with Star Trek. Instead he has jumped right on board The Orville season 3. With its ramped up budget and timely stories, this is a good one.    Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Be sure to check out Jay's articles on Retrozap.com. The Handmaid's Tale is a chilling piece of speculative fiction. This movie deserves a revisit to remind us that society has the potential to take a serious turn for the frighteningly worse. Jay breaks it down and compares it to our world today. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations.    Enjoy Movies! Movies are a rich landscape of revolutions and rebellions. For decades cinema has been a place to tell of the bravery and heroics of rebels from the past, present, and future. Listen in for a listing of movies that we found rebellion in.    Which movies do you feel are good examples of rebellion? How do they inspire you to make a difference? Are you reading all the show notes? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Freedom!” will get a special mention on the show.  Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com

The Breakfast Club
Affion Crockett On Jay-Z's Reaction To His Impression, Dangerous Karens, Toxic Relationships + More

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 38:37


Affion Crockett stops by The Breakfast Club. He talks Karens, toxic relationships and he even shows off his best impressions

The Breakfast Club
Airdropped Nudes, Affion Crockett, New Music & More

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 88:20


Today on The Breakfast Club we are joined by Affion Crockett who shows off his VERY impressive impressions and talks about the new age of comedy we live in. Later on we have our listeners call in and discuss if they have ever had nudes airdropped to them. Donkey of The Day goes to a perverted plane passenger.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bricked Pit
S02 EP13: Excellent! 80's Teen Movies

The Bricked Pit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 88:50


Are you trying to hack the Pentagon on an Apple IIe? Are you wearing suspenders with a t-shirt and blazer? Is a Culture Club cassette stuck in your mom's Chevy Caprice Wagon's tape deck? Are your Air Jordans kicked up on the mall food court table? You may be stuck in an 80's teen movie. I mean existentially. You really need to get help. Your hairline is not what it used to be and all those bills are way past due. While you wait for your family to show up and take you home, listen to Adam, Josh, and Jason talk about 80's teen movies. What made them great? How well have they aged after 30 years? They talk about 3 O'Clock High, The Breakfast Club, Better Off Dead, Ferris Bueller, Adventures in Babysitting, Iron Eagle, Dream a Little Dream, Say Anything, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and more. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brickedpit/message

The Breakfast Club
Kim Fields Talks Iconic Roles In TV, The Upshaws, Dancing With The Stars, Living Single + More

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 50:33


Kim Fields Joins Us on The Breakfast Club to talk iconic roles in TV, The Upshaws, Dancing With The Stars, Living Single + More See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Breakfast Club
The Best Of The Breakfast Club This Week!

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 28:14


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Blackbird9s Breakfast club
The Great Boone Food Lion Masacreeeee - Blackbird9 Podcast

Blackbird9s Breakfast club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 118:20


Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday podcast, "The Great Boone Food Lion Massacreeeee". Tonight the host examines the history of the Food Lion Grocery Store franchise and why he got permanently BANNED from the Boone, North Cackilacki location for (*gasp*) ASKING A QUESTION!https://www.blackbird9tradingposts.org/2022/06/29/the-great-boone-food-lion-massacreeeee-blackbird9/In the First Hour we cover the chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission has always been to establish a Greater Israel ruled by globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other nations to surrender their independent sovereignty. In the second hour of "The Great Boone Food Lion Massacreeeee" the host examines the history of the Food Lion Grocery store franchise that originated in Salisbury, North Cackilacki but was acquired in 1974 by the Belgian-based Globalist conglomerate Delhaize Group who weaponized the "Southern Bible Belt" chain to advance the Kalergi and Cloward Piven Plans to bring these White Christian areas into the GloboHomo Diversity NWO visions of (((Klaus Schwab))) , (((The World Economic Forum))) and current Ahold Delhaize CEO (((Frans Muller))).

WFTM Soft 96 Program Archives
Episode 166: Breakfast Club with Drew Spangler 6/29

WFTM Soft 96 Program Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 18:30


Drew talks with Heather Wheeler and Ronnie Anderson from The Mason County Public Library!

The Breakfast Club
Stacey Tisdale & Lamine Zarrad

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 30:10


Financial expert Stace Tisdale and Lamine Zarrad join The Breakfast Club to talk about their new app Stellar, as well as tips to keep minorities finances protected  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Breakfast Club
Listeners Call In About Charlamagne's Birthday, Baby Father Drama, Ask C&E, Stacey Tisdale and More!

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 84:49


Today on The Breakfast Club we celebrate Charlamagne's 44th Birthday! We also discuss Wendy Williams rather swole foot in the Rumor Report and "flesh flavored" vegan meat in Donkey Of The Day.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Breakfast Club
Gary Chambers Jr On Backwards American Policies, Taking Back Legislative Power, US Senate Run + More

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 27:04


Politician Gary Chambers Jr. joins The Breakfast Club and discusses Backwards American Policies, Taking Back Legislative Power, US Senate Run + More See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club 6-28-2022: Roe V. Wade, BET Awards, Gary Chambers & More!

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 80:16


Today on The Breakfast Club, Envy, Yee & Charlamagne furthermore discuss the Roe V Wade decision and Kamala Harris' recent statements on it. Later on Gary Chamber's joins the show to discuss the upcoming elections See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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WHDD-BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS MONDAY JUNE 27, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 6:32


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months –... Read More ›

Young Black Travelers
Boys Trip LA Edition

Young Black Travelers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 85:03


Asshur talks with his group of friend who traveled to Los Angeles (LA), California together. This trip was an epic experience. It was literally a reality TV show. So the guys could not wait to gather again to recap their experiences, just like the wrap up of a good season of a TV show. This episode is filled with lots of humor, and SHADE lol! It also has lots of great tips and ticks. It is a long one but a good one. Hopefully soon we will have the Nico Response, since much of this episode was spent focuses on Nico, who surprisingly became a dissenting character of this trip, lol. Here are some of the restaurant tips offered in this episode: Fixins, Saddle Ranch, Mama Por Dios (Beverly Hills) and The Breakfast Club. Literally all great spots. Also, as mentioned, ensure that you take a trip to the Griffith Observatory. The views here wont disappoint you. But the science is is also mind blowing. If you want to see Asshur's vlogs and get a bit more from this trip head over to AsshurK on Youtube to see more. Interested in staying at the Airbnb seen in the vlogs and talked about in this episode, check it out here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/youngblacktravelers/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/youngblacktravelers/support

Poo 'N Space
He Thinks He's So Smart

Poo 'N Space

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 77:47


This week the guys share their thoughts on Roe v. Wade, Shampoo explains what he was saying on The Breakfast Club, Sp8ghost tells us what African trend he's starting to hate, and more!! ➜EMAIL QUESTIONS: PooNSpaceShow [at] gmail [dot] com ➜JOIN THE Poo 'N Space FORCE: bit.ly/PooNSpaceForce ➜CHECK OUT SOME Poo 'N Space CLOTHING: PooSpace.com ➜JOIN THE Poo 'N Space DISCORD discord.gg/ee9nNbm ➜Follow Us: Instagram: instagram.com/PooNSpace

WHDD Breakfast Club News
WHDD-BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS MONDAY JUNE 27, 2022

WHDD Breakfast Club News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 6:32


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months – or amount of choice) please call 860-364-4640 If you prefer to pay by check: Checks should be made payable to: Tri-State Public Communications, Inc. and mailed to: WHDD 67 Main Street Sharon, CT 06069 To pay by credit card over the phone please call 860-364-4640 To pay by credit card online please use the secure store link below. Please furnish your mailing address in the “note to seller” field in check out. MAKE A DONATION Robin Hood Radio is listener supported local public radio. Help support our local programming

The Breakfast Club
This Weeks Best Of The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 31:20


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Dungeons and Demogorgons - A Stranger Things Podcast
Perfect Stranger Things: The Dive

Dungeons and Demogorgons - A Stranger Things Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 69:21


Anthony gushes about his favorite episode of the season. Steve proposes his theory that every character of the Breakfast Club has a parallel in season four. Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the discussion:  book@baldmove.com | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us:  Instagram | LeDonneBooks.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Civil War Breakfast Club
Civil War Breakfast Club 87 - General John Hunt Morgan

Civil War Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 75:55


We've had a cavalry theme for the last couple epsiodes so we figure why not stick with that! This week, we discuss Confederate General John Hunt Morgan, one of the more colorful characters of the Civil War. 

civil war breakfast club john hunt morgan
SuperHits 103.7 COSY-FM
The “Friday Breakfast Club” Podcast

SuperHits 103.7 COSY-FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 28:40


Today we continue our celebration of South Haven and beyond. Two great Summer events are coming soon!  Theresa R. Getman, Rosalie Plechaty and Paul Layendecker chat with Lyla and Ashley from APG (Aqua Performance Group) and "Merfest" and Kerry Hagy from The South Haven Center for the Arts.

PowerJamz
Sanctified Summer Staycation

PowerJamz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 60:01


With the official start of summer (June 21st) Reggie and the Break-Fast Club go camping (Yellowstone National Park) for a time of rest, peace, and meditation.

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB SPORTS – FRIDAY JUNE 24, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 7:13


FROM FOX SPORTS Hicks, Judge star in Yankees’ latest dramatic thriller 21 comeback victories, 9 walk-offs, 15 straight wins at home for never-say-die Yanks Latest Sports News BROOKLYN NETS Kyrie Irving trade rumors ramp up ahead of free agency, Kevin... Read More ›

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS – FRIDAY JUNE 24, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:28


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months –... Read More ›

You Haven't _______ That?
Episode 158 - Nobody

You Haven't _______ That?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 45:50


Welcome to You Haven't Blanked That! This week we watched Nobody. We talk about the Edgar Wright intro, it's always Russians, Obi-Wan, Star Wars: Fallen Order, Star Wars Christmas Special, the Break in, RZA, fight on the bus, John Wick, Werewolf of Snow Hollow, An auditor, Stranger Things 4, Marvel, Who would Corey Feldman play?, Breakfast Club, War of the Worlds, Fletch Too, Chip And Dale Rescue Rangers, Pick it up: Ska in the 90s, Jubilee, Top Secret!, Time Traveler's Wife, Norm MacDonald: Nothing Special, Lone Cub and Wolf, Housu?, Catwoman: Hunted Opening theme by the Assassins Closing theme by Lucas Perea  Email: Yhblankthat@gmail.com  Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/youhaventblankedthat/ Instagram: (@yhblankthat)   https://www.amazon.com/You-Havent-Blanked-That/dp/B08JJS7RSK  https://anchor.fm/blanked-that --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blanked-that/message

WHDD Breakfast Club News
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS – FRIDAY JUNE 24, 2022

WHDD Breakfast Club News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:28


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months – or amount of choice) please call 860-364-4640 If you prefer to pay by check: Checks should be made payable to: Tri-State Public Communications, Inc. and mailed to: WHDD 67 Main Street Sharon, CT 06069 To pay by credit card over the phone please call 860-364-4640 To pay by credit card online please use the secure store link below. Please furnish your mailing address in the “note to seller” field in check out. MAKE A DONATION Robin Hood Radio is listener supported local public radio. Help support our local programming

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS – THURSDAY JUNE 23, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 5:18


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months –... Read More ›

The Jordan Harbinger Show
688: A-Rod | Still Having a Ball After All

The Jordan Harbinger Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 58:26


A-Rod (aka Alex Rodriguez) (@AROD) is a 3x MVP, 14-time All-Star, and World Series champion. As of 2016, he was the highest-paid player in major league baseball history. After 23 years in the game, he's an investor and business mentor preaching the gospel of financial literacy for all. What We Discuss with A-Rod: The concept of VCP: vision, capital, and people. What Alex has learned about business from mentors like Warren Buffett and Magic Johnson, and what he hopes to pass on to his own mentees. How growing up as a poor kid in Miami informs the way Alex treats people today. The need for financial literacy to become part of the American education system's core curriculum. The "Breakfast Club" that keeps Alex's relationship with his daughters real. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/688 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Miss our conversation with world champion boxer and entrepreneur Laila Ali? Catch up with episode 309: Laila Ali | Finding Strength, Spirit, and Personal Power here! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!

WHDD Breakfast Club News
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS – THURSDAY JUNE 23, 2022

WHDD Breakfast Club News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 5:18


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months – or amount of choice) please call 860-364-4640 If you prefer to pay by check: Checks should be made payable to: Tri-State Public Communications, Inc. and mailed to: WHDD 67 Main Street Sharon, CT 06069 To pay by credit card over the phone please call 860-364-4640 To pay by credit card online please use the secure store link below. Please furnish your mailing address in the “note to seller” field in check out. MAKE A DONATION Robin Hood Radio is listener supported local public radio. Help support our local programming

Blackbird9s Breakfast club
The Resounding Colonel Cleveland Rendezvous Horn - Blackbird9 Podcast

Blackbird9s Breakfast club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 118:03


Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday podcast, "The Resounding Colonel Cleveland Rendezvous Horn". Tonight we examine the history of Colonel Benjamin Cleveland and the 1780 Victory Over The Mountain Military Campaign that began at Rendezvous Mountain in Wilkes County, North Cackilacki. https://www.blackbird9tradingposts.org/2022/06/22/the-resounding-colonel-cleveland-rendezvous-horn-blackbird9/In the First Hour we cover the chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission has always been to establish a Greater Israel ruled by globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other nations to surrender their independent sovereignty. In the second hour of "The Resounding Colonel Cleveland Rendezvous Horn" the host examines the history of Colonel Benjamin Cleveland and the 1780 Victory Over The Mountain Military Campaign which was a pivotal win for the American Patriots over the British Loyalists in what would be called the War for Independence's largest All-American Fight.

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB SPORTS – WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 5:10


FROM FOX SPORTS Latest Sports News WASHINGTON COMMANDERS Details of Daniel Snyder’s 2009 sex assault allegations revealed, team claimed extortion: report NBA DRAFT NBA Draft 2022: Ex-scout reveals who he thinks is the best prospect, compares him to Ja Morant... Read More ›

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS – WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 4:51


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months –... Read More ›

Storybeat with Steve Cuden
Karen Leigh Hopkins, Writer-Director-Producer-Episode #207

Storybeat with Steve Cuden

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 56:22


Karen Leigh Hopkins became a writer, director, and producer because she repeatedly got cut out of films like The Breakfast Club and Three Amigos, and didn't want to go back to Sandusky, Ohio, and work on a factory line like her mother. With twenty-one bucks to her name, out of desperation, she wrote a screenplay in 12 days and sold it “overnight” which launched her writing career. Karen's writing credits include Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael, Stepmom, Because I Said So, and Miss Meadows, which she also directed. Karen also wrote and directed A Woman's a Helluva Thing. She received an Emmy nomination for Showtime's What Girls Learn, and she won the Humanitas Award for ABC Family's Searching For David's Heart. She also sold and produced a branded series for the Web with Sony/Crackle. Karen co-wrote a series of films with Eleanor Coppola called Love is Love is Love, and she was a writer-associate producer on the Apple series Little Voice.Recently, she sold a series called Aqua Tofana to Netflix, for which she is writing the pilot. She's also writing a feature called Twisted Sister for Sony. And she wrote a horror film, Lil Holly O, that she hopes to direct. Beyond film and TV, Karen's also working on a book of short stories that cover subjects very meaningful to her like the 99c store, her dog, the miserable state of politics, evil people that get away with evil things, the theater of sex, and more.

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB SPORTS – TUESDAY JUNE 21, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 4:29


FROM FOX SPORTS Latest Sports News STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS Stanley Cup Final 2022: Lightning strike back with Game 3 beat down of Avalanche RUGBY International Rugby League bars transwomen from women’s international matches until policy is developed MLB MLB debuts... Read More ›

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS – TUESDAY JUNE 21, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 5:10


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months –... Read More ›

Return of the M.A.C
Episode 151 - "Holy Cannoli!"

Return of the M.A.C

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


This week we had an extensive discussion about the NBA Finals, how the Warriors pulled it out, Steph's ranking amongst the all time greats, the aftermath and more. We also discussed the polarizing new Drake album, other new music of the week and The Pivot podcast's appearance on The Breakfast Club. Download, listen and enjoy! Intro: Drake - "Sticky"

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
WHDD BREAKFAST CLUB NEWS – MONDAY JUNE 20, 2022

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 4:53


Our local programs that need support include: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach, Arthur Schwartz The Food Maven, or any other local show you wish to support! To join our 10/12 club ($10 per month for 12 months –... Read More ›

80s Music by Hache
80s Running Up That Hill (Compilated by Hache)

80s Music by Hache

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 69:06


Cuando se habla de la música de los 80s enseguida todos nombran Sweet Dreams, Take on Me o Relax. Pero fue una década muy rica de estilos, géneros y sonidos nuevos. En este podcast he seleccionado un grupo de canciones pop poderosas y épicas que sonaron durante la década, todo a través del hilo conductor que es Running Up That Hill de la gran Kate Bush, publicada como single en agosto del ‘85 llegando al número 3 en el Reino Unido y convirtiéndose en su canción más exitosa pero sin llegar al primer puesto, en 2022 gracias a la serie Stranger Things el single llego al numero 1. A partir de aquí el resto de canciones están (al menos para mí) en cierta manera vinculadas con Running up That Hill, ya sea por el poderío, su sonido épico, la contundencia, etc. Comencemos hablando de Alive & Kicking de Simple Minds, fue el primer single adelanto de su nuevo álbum. Luego del tremendo éxito de “Don’t You” gracias a la película “The Breakfast Club” el grupo no dudó en aprovechar el buen momento por el que pasaban. Llegando a los primeros puestos de las listas de casi todo el mundo. Aquí podreís escuchar la versión 12 pulgadas, que agrega más poderío a la canción. U2 tuvo grandes singles durante la década, habría que diferéncialos entre los publicados antes y después de “The Joshua Tree”. En este caso se trata de uno previo, editado el 1984 cuando la banda aún conservaba un sonido más auténtico y no tan pensado para el mercado americano, hablamos de Pride (In The Name of Love) canción grandilocuente con una gran guitarra y una base potente. The Waterboys y su The Whole of the Moon, una canción grandiosa lanzada como single en el ’85 con poco éxito pero con los años fue convirtiéndose en un clásico y que no puede faltar en ninguna actuación del grupo. Los inigualables Talk Talk (grupo que debería reivindicarse y que no solo compusieron “Is My Life”) en esta ocasión se trata del Extended Mix de Living in Another World, una composición increíble y que hizo bailar a todos los que iban donde se pinchaba una música mas “alternativa” de lo que sonaba en las discos de aquella época. Fue el segundo single de su álbum “The Colour of Spring” del año ’86. Icehouse, Fiction Factory y The Adventures fueron grupos que no pasaron más allá de un par de singles, los australianos Icehouse quizás han tenido un poco más de suerte, aquí nos encontramos con No Promises de 1985 con no gran éxito en las listas pero convirtiéndose en uno de las mejores canciones del grupo. Fiction Factory y su único gran éxito de listas, el maravilloso (Feels Like) Heaven, publicado en el año ’83, nunca han podido superar el éxito de la canción. The Adventures quizás tuvieron un poco mas de suerte, publicando hasta 5 albumes entre 1985-1993 pero mas allá de algún single lamentablemente no lograron gran éxito fuera del Reino Unido, aquí nos encontramos con el extended mix de Two Rivers, canción con una gran fuerza, sobretodo esta versión. The Police decidió regresar, solo para apoyar un disco recopilatorio, en 1986 y para la ocasión grabaron una nueva versión de Don’t Stand So Closet o Me, con un sonido mucho mas maduro y propio de mitad de década, a pesar de haber recibido muchas criticas la canción ha sabido envejecer bien, aquí podréis escuchar la versión extendida. Como dato curioso, Stewart Copeland se vio con la necesidad de utilizar una caja de ritmos debido a la fractura de la clavícula por un accidente jugando al polo. Genesis publico en el año ’83 el single Home by The Sea, (una de las mejores canciones del grupo durante la década), épica, gloriosa, potente, que más se puede decir? Se convirtió en una canción obligatoria en todos los conciertos del grupo y considerada como una de las mejores composiciones de la “Era Collins”. Tears for Fears no traen la versión extendida de Pale Shelter, original de 1982 y re-grabada como single en 1983 llegando al top 5 en Reino Unido. Sonido pop con pinceladas de synthpop y post punk, es maravillosa. Y terminamos con los inigualables Flash & The Pan, (es una lastima que hoy en día pocos recordemos a esta gran banda). El grupo australiano publico en 1984 en single Midnight Man, una se sus mejores composiciones. Aquí podréis escuchar la versión extendida que hace que suene con más fuerza. En esta ocasión se trata de un podcast diferente, no centrado en un movimiento en especifico sino en el valor de un conjunto de canciones que uniéndolas suenan en armonía unas con otras. Espero disfrutéis del podcast. TRACKLIST: 01 - Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God) [Hache Mix] 02 - Simple Minds - Alive And Kicking (12' Remix) 03 - U2 - Pride (In the Name of Love) 04 - The Waterboys - The Whole of the Moon 05 - Talk Talk - Living in Another World (Extended Remix) 06 - Icehouse - No Promises 07 - Fiction Factory - (Feels Like) Heaven [12inch Version] 08 - The Police - Don't Stand So Close to Me '86 (Dance Mix) 09 - The Adventures - Two Rivers (Extended Mix) 10 - Genesis - Home By The Sea 11 - Tears For Fears - Pale Shelter (New Extended Version) 12 - Flash And The Pan - Midnight Man (Extended Remix Version)

The Breakfast Club
This Weeks Rewind with Ben Crump, Tezlyn Figaro and Nadia Hallgren

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 30:30


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The Breakfast Club
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The Remote Real Estate Investor
Does having a real estate license help investors get an edge?

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 35:28


Omni Casey, along with his wife and kids, owns and operates New Leaf Redevelopers, which is their family real estate investing company. Although they tackle many different types of investment projects, their primary focus has been to purchase vacant and barely habitable properties, fix them up to be the nicest property on the block, then rent them out at affordable rates. Omni has been a real estate investor, broker, and coach for nearly 20 years. His real estate career started in Hawaii where he grew up. Over the last 10+ years, he and his family have lived in Northern Virginia and have been very active in both growing their real estate investment portfolio and growing a top-performing real estate team and office in Loudoun County Virginia. With a passion for building wealth and helping others achieve financial freedom, Omni has coached hundreds of real estate investors, real estate agents, and clients alike to create and execute a plan to grow their real estate business, grow their investment portfolio, or both. Today, we talk about whether it is worth it as an investor to get your real estate license or not. Episode Link: https://www.omnitheinvestorguy.com/ https://www.instagram.com/omnitheinvestorguy/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/omnitheinvestorguy --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, before we get started, I want to encourage everyone to actually go share this podcast with one person, you know, we are trying to get the word out there to help all investors all across the country and throughout the world. So if you know someone that is looking to get in investing, please go share this podcast with them and encourage them to the same. It's also really helpful for us if you could leave us a rating or review wherever it is get your podcast. Thanks so much, happy investing.   Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today with me I have a returning guest Omni Casey, agent, broker investor entrepreneur, he's gonna be talking to us today about is it worth it as an investor to get your real estate license and vice versa, so let's get into it.   Hey, everyone just wanted to give a quick shout out and encourage everyone before we get started here to go check out the Roofstock Academy at roofstockacademy.com, it is an education program that we talk about all the time on the podcast, we've got different price offering tiers depending on what it is you're looking for. We've got one on one coaching, 50 hours of on demand lectures, Slack channels, private forums and a whole lot more, as well as money back on your marketplace fees if you're transacting in the marketplace. So come check us out rootstockacademy.com. I look forward to seeing you in there, I'm not a cash flow guy. Welcome back to the show, man, thanks for coming on hanging out with me today.   Omni: Like that, thanks for inviting me back, Michael.   Michael: No, of course. So last time, your book hadn't yet come out but you were just sharing with us that now it is available. So before we get to the episode, what is it and where can people find it?   Omni: Excited, so cashflow Breakfast Club, sign up on the back there as well. So it's on Amazon, finally, you know, both eBook and print is available. Actually, we sold out the first week. So if you go on Amazon right now, it might be like a delayed a couple of weeks but you'll get it and we're working through some voice talent right now to do the audiobook. I'm not comfortable doing it myself, so we're hiring somebody out to do that, so hopefully in the next month or so we'll have the audio version as well.   Michael: You should go get Obama to do it. He did and he did that naturally.   Omni: I saw that I think he's a little out of my budget but you know what, maybe on the next book   Michael: On the next book, all right. All right, cool, well, today, I mean, last time we had you on, we were talking about your book and kind of your story and your journey. Today, we're talking about something a little bit different and that's really should people who want to be investors go get the real estate agents license and so would love if you could shed a little bit of light around how you did it and then I got a lot of questions for it because as I've shared with you, my wife's going through the same question, so we're going to talk through it.   Omni: Yeah, absolutely and it's a great question and it's not a simple yes, or a simple no, no, some people go on, absolutely get your license and some people say no, don't do it. You know, back to my original story, I started investing before I was an agent and I got my license fairly soon after, because one, I think I'm a control freak and so it helped me to control the information and the data and the access to speed. You know, and I would say, when I started, there weren't many real estate agents that understood how to help real estate investors rallies, I didn't, I didn't know where to find them and so it allowed me to one, understand that if I wanted a good agent, I need to become a good agent myself. So I went down that path. Now there's a lot more information, so it's not a necessity, because there's a lot of great agents out there that know how to help investors just got to find the right agent to do that and then there's a lot of good information, you know, outside of just from real estate agents as well.   So it's not a necessity, but the when someone comes to me, after they hear my story, and they say, Okay, you're an agent, and you're an investor, that must be it and, and really, you know, my kind of go through processes just kind of tell me like what drives you? What's your motivation because the reality is most people are not built to be real estate agents and so the reality is, it's actually much harder than people think it's a very detailed process of owning a business and if you're not built to own a business and be your own boss, and be a successful boss, right, some people are good employees, but they're terrible bosses and so, if you are not driven to be a really good boss to hold yourself accountable, you're gonna probably not be a successful real estate agent and I usually tell people, get an agent if you become an agent if you plan to use that as your active income if you plan to, whether it's full time or part time, make them money from it, then go for it. But you have to commit the time to becoming successful at that and then if you earning cashflow as an agent helps you become a better investor and have more capital to invest in, it's a win win but if you're only getting your license as one option to, you know, because you're an investor, you think I should have my license, well, why won't why don't you become a contractor? Why don't you become a property manager? Why don't you become so many other things along the way, real estate agent is a very integral part of the process of becoming successful, successful real estate investor, it doesn't necessarily mean that you need to be that. So that's kind of where I start and then it kind of takes us on a very few various tangents from there.   Michael: That makes total sense and I mean, it really gets I love that question. I've never thought to ask someone that because I get asked all the time, like, should I go get my agents license, and I don't have mine and for kind of a specific reason, really, to your point that you mentioned, but it kind of gets to the problem. I think of so many people starting out small businesses like, oh, I don't need that person, I could do it better myself and that sounds like the struggle that you went through of like, I can't find a good agent, I gotta go become the expert. I gotta go do it myself, knowing what you know. Now, are you glad you did that?   Omni: Oh, absolutely. So it turns out I love being an agent. Starting out, I almost had no knowledge of it. Right. So I've been doing this about 20 years now and I had no real knowledge of what a real estate agent does. I had some friends and family that were but it wasn't like on my plan, right? So I was an entrepreneur, and I didn't really look at being an agent as running your own business. It wasn't until I got my license, that I realized it was a really cool business and of itself. So real estate investing, I look at that as a standalone business and then the real estate agent side is as a standalone business as well and so it's no different than if you were to go open up a Subway franchise or some other business, you are the owner and probably the only employee to start, right and so both as the owner and as an employee, do you have the skill sets to run both of those until your business is profitable enough that you can step back and be just an owner? If not, you're always going to be an employee. If we go back to Robert Kiyosaki, it's a Cashflow Quadrant book, right, you have the various quadrants you have the employee, the self-employed, the business and investor quadrants, the self-employed means you own your job, but it's still a job, and you make no money at a job that you don't work at. So I loved it and I became a very successful real estate agent and eventually transitioned into becoming a coach and a broker, have an office about 100 agents right now that I kind of coach and train and so I lucked out, because it became a passion for me. But starting out It by no means I had no goal of becoming a top agent or actually being a successful agent. What I realized now is to be a to really scale your investments at a high level or at a level that were to my ambitions, I needed scalable income and any job out there most jobs are not scalable, meaning I'm going to work and I'm going to make about the same amount no matter what, and maybe there's some performance bonuses in there.   But you're always kind of capped at what you can do, real estate as an agent truly is one of the most scalable incomes you can have and I've leveraged that because I've put deals under contract early on in my investing career that I could not afford, like it was too good to pass up and I just put it under contract and I'm like, I'm gonna buy this no matter what I don't have the money to buy it. I don't know how. So I've got to go find a partner or I've got to go earn income and my highest producing agent, income wise months, were tied to me putting myself in a position that I needed to earn money, and I needed that extra income. So you go out, you can make 5060 $80,000 in a short period of time, because you need it because it turns out, I don't really care about money, and I don't need it and I earn exactly what I need to be at my comfort level and so finding ways to push yourself outside of that comfort level. To need more income was the trick for me to kind of have really high production productions as a real estate agent.   Michael: I love that. There's a I don't know, forget who told the story or of what King or conquer but they talked about, like getting to a beach coming on boats and then burning all the ship because going home is not an option. So you better win the freaking battle because there's no other choice. So I love that putting that I mean really turning the pressure up on yourself intentionally to perform.   Omni: That's great that definitely burned the ships behind you is really what it comes down to and although prior to becoming an agent, I was a you know, business owner, entrepreneur and in sales. So I've always been used to that. But the complete scalable income where you can make zero or you can make $100,000 in a month really depends on how hard you work and the results of your effort, right. It's not just clocking in and feeling like hey, I put in a hard day's work is like no, I need to do things that were actually leading to productivity leading to contracts and sales and so you can, you can be as successful as you're motivated to be.   Michael: I think that's, that's such a good point that I kind of want to spotlight on as an employee, you show up and get paid, kind of independent of what you do. I'm not saying you can't get fired, right? There's performance stuff, but like, all you have to do is kind of show up and do the bare minimum and you'll get by, versus as an entrepreneur, as a business owner. If you don't do the things that are getting results that are actually moving the needle, you probably aren't getting paid.   Omni: Yeah, absolutely, absolutely and so, so back to the original question, right of should I get my license? If I'm a real estate investor or want to be a real estate investor? It's yes, if you're going to use it as active income, and it's maybe if you're going to do if you're going to use it as so. So most people think I'm going to get my license to save commissions on my deal, right? Like, I'm licensed in five states. I don't earn commissions on my deals, because I make sure everyone else my I hire agents still because one, I don't have the time to do that anymore myself starting out. Sure, I was involved in some deals but actually getting your license to just save on commissions could backfire on your success because starting out, I said, oh, that's cool. I'm going to make money on every deal that I do and other agents knew that I was an investor. Other agents saw me as alright, well, if I send someone to this guy or tell them about a lead, they don't have an opportunity to make Commission's because I was going to be making the commission. So it wasn't until I figured out I tell everyone, I want to pay you well, I even though I'm an agent, I want you as an agent to get paid on this and I started telling everyone agents and wholesalers that I will pay you extremely well, if you bring me an off market deal. That made it easy for them to bring me off market deals, because now I wasn't they weren't worried about me cutting them out of some sort of potential listing fee or biography down the road.   Michael: That's such a great point. I'm going to two statements that I'm going to make and I want you to evaluate which one you think is more true. Investors make great agents, or real estate agents make great investors.   Omni: Oh, man, both are false 100%. I love the way you frame both of that. So I will say investors make great agents. Some investors, it takes a certain mindset, right. So from a real estate agent standpoint, or I guess you can pull out from a business owner standpoint, you really need a visionary and an integrator and kind of goes back to that book. I was at rocket fuel. No, there's, there's another one.   Michael: Is it a traction?   Omni: Traction? Yes, traction. Thank you.   Michael: I haven't read it. But someone just mentioned that in the course…   Omni: Traction and rocket fuel, both by Gino Wickman talks about the visionary and integrator and most people starting out, you're just one person, and you got to figure out how to be both. But really, there are different, you know, mindsets altogether and so from an investor's standpoint, you will reach your limit as either an integrator or visionary unless you start to build the team or hire beyond that and as a real estate agent, as well, a visionary, usually those are the ones that like had the big vision, they're usually you know, out and social and they're kind of building, you know, ideas and kind of getting people excited. But then the details fall through the cracks and they don't have the ability to actually execute on their plan. They get people to say, yeah, help me buy help me sell, but they don't have the details in place to do them. So it's actually easier to be a visionary and hire out from for administrative purposes, from the integrator standpoint, than being an integrator and hiring out on the visionary standpoint. But once again, those are just roles and we all play both roles until we get big enough to go beyond that. So from the investor standpoint, most are visionaries, most are absolutely visionaries, but you get to the point where you don't have the details in place or maybe you don't even value the details of what the real estate agent does and the investors that have been investing for a very long time, especially at a high level, getting into real estate, they're saying I don't understand the purpose, I don't understand why we're talking about, like this $5,000 commission or this one little transaction. So it's hard for them to bring them into the moment as a successful investor. From a from a real estate agent standpoint, unfortunately, most real estate agents actually get into the business and unless they connect with an investor or investor broker like myself, they actually look at real estate investors as like, like, I don't want to deal with you like the worst clients in the world, right? So there's almost as friction between the two was spoken or unspoken and really, it's only the agents that get in with the mindset of I think I want to do both, or the investors that get in the mindset that I think I want to do both you're almost ruining yourself from jumping over to the other side. Once you're established as an agent, or as an investor, it's very tough to cross over from what I've seen.   Michael: Interesting. Okay and why do you think some agents don't like working with investors because objectively A, I would want to work with me humblebrag. But like, it seems like we're so much more fact driven and numbers driven, as opposed to an owner occupant. You know, I don't like the paint color. I don't want this house. Like, I don't care about the paint. If the numbers make sense, great. It's a go for me. So why do you think that is?   Omni: So I think, just like any industry, the inexperienced investors and the, the, the investors that I've never invested before, give everyone else a bad name, right because they're all about one, they don't have the money to actually hire somebody and pay for the services. So they're trying to use and abuse as many people as possible, because that's what they were taught to do, and pay nothing for it and make no commitments, right. No, I'm not going to sign an agreement with you and so, so they are one, the least committal group out there. They are the cheapest group, they're always trying to, you know, Beat Agents down for their commissions and their fees and things like that and so I'm not saying that's everyone I'm saying, if I'm a terrible investor, and don't know how to find or put under contract deals with good margins, that I might be pressured to make sure I'm paying nobody along the way, right, because I'm making only make a little bit of money, you can't make money, I can't have my agent make more money than I'm making on the deal, right. So that's the, the beginner or the novice investor mindset, where I think Robert Kiyosaki is the one that kind of ingrained in me and many people that you pay, your vendors will pay your broker as well and the more I decide to pay, like, if the going rate for a commission is 3%, I'm paying 4%, I pay above market rate, because I want everyone to see me as a more profitable venture for them to actually take them down the path of getting a deal sold and so, you know, the margins need to make sense, but I just don't buy the deal. If I can't pay my brokers, pay my agents pay my contract as well, and get a good deal because that relationship is far more valuable than that one deal. I need to make sure that that agent, or that wholesaler, or that contract, or whatever it wants to do business with me over and over and over again and they put me at the top of the line, when there's all these other newer investors out there are newer agents that want to work with them. Hopefully, they're thinking about me first.   Michael: That is a great point, that's a great point. I'm not I feel like everybody and their brother and sister are real estate agents. We all know someone, we may even have some in our family, how can you get in the business and separate yourself and what seems like already a pretty saturated market, if you decide that's the route for you, getting your license, make sure.   Omni: So my wife is not licensed and she helps me on the investment side and like every other year, she's like, maybe I should get my license, maybe I should get my license. I'm like, you would be a terrible agent, right. So and I love my wife. She's amazing at what she does. But I know what she would not be willing to do, right and so to set yourself apart, you need to establish that you're different or you need to establish some sort of differentiator, right and if not, then to be a successful agent, it's okay, well, can I be the cheapest and the reality is there's so many cheap agents out there that are willing to reduce what their cost of services are. But it also reduces the quality of service and just like that gives investors a bad name to agents, right. I only deal with investors that never buy properties, or that do want me to make 1000 offers before they actually put in a reasonable offer, right. Same thing on the, in the real estate industry. There are many real estate agents that got their license, because one, it's easy to get your license, and there's such a low barrier of entry and they really didn't, they just they just said, Alright, I'm going to do this as a hobby, maybe not as a business and so because of that, for them to be competitive, they got to be make themselves at a lower rate, but they can't afford to offer the same level of service and so from an investor standpoint, you're like, I hired the worst agent in the world, that agent wouldn't return my calls, didn't know what he was doing wasn't educated. Well, that's what you want it right. You wanted the cheapest agent out there, and you get what you pay for. So it is a self-fulfilling prophecy in terms of who you end up with but someone just getting in and getting their license, it comes to education. So I think I bounced around from a few different brokerages throughout my career and it wasn't until I found like a mentor and someone that was willing to kind of take me under my wing and say, okay, you got potential, but you're all over the place. Do you need to kind of stay organized and put a plan in place. I don't think I would have made it right, I needed that direction. So having the coaches the mentors and the masterminds that I relied on the investing side, same thing on the real estate agent side, also the essential and I'm although I'm a visionary to start, I do get very analytic Call and so I try to calculate the ROI of everything right, the ROI of my dollars is easy to track. But the ROI of my time now, you're telling me I need to go sit at an open house on the weekend. And you know, I'm talking to people, but what's my ROI on that, right.   That's three hours or four hours or five hours, I'm sending out postcards, what's my ROI on building a business and so you know, I got really good at tracking everything I did from the beginning, and actually writing down the results over a period of time off, alright, if I did an open house, and I made on average $10,000, let's just say every time I sold a home, and it took me five open houses to sell one home, I got to figure out what my ROI was, right. So every time I did an open house, I made $2,000, or you know, something along those lines. Turns out, I was really good at drinking coffee. So that became like, my number one business generator was meeting people drinking coffee with them connecting with them on a one on one basis at our favorite coffee shop in Hawaii and then it's not, Hi, I'm an agent, I want to sell you real estate, it really is sitting down with them and you know them somehow they might be a relative, they might be a friend, you might barely know them from social media, wherever your relationship is here. You're just trying to take your relationship to there and it's not whether or not that person in front of you, buys or sells with you, which is the end goal for most real estate agents, it really comes down to, is that person in front of you? Do they like you? Do they trust you and would they actually refer their family and friends to you, because there's no guarantee they'll actually ever buy in the next 10 years, right? You're building this relationship for something that might not turn into a transaction but if they are saying, hey, I like this guy and at some point, I'm going to hear about someone that needs a good agent. I'm gonna feel good referring Omni as my agent, that became it. So I realized that I can build those relationships, one on one, at my favorite coffee shop back to back, you know, sometimes I would sit down and have two or three meetings back to back of just having coffee, sometimes breakfast with people and just building the relationship that eventually turned into referrals.   Michael: That's great. Sounds like you're very caffeinated for quite some time and you're very caffeinated…   Omni: Very caffeinated. I switched to decaf, decaf, usually around the third person but the ROI at some point got to like $6,000 per coffee meeting, right. So I figured out what my average commission was and how many coffee meetings I needed to get to enough referrals to get the clothes that I was making about $6,000 for a 45 minute coffee meeting, I was motivated to have a lot of coffee meetings. Yeah and from a broker coach standpoint, I go to the same organization with every one of my agents, I say, okay, how do you figure out your ROI and what you're good at everyone's good at something different but once you know, what you're making per activity, how do you motivate yourself to continue to do that activity and that's really the key, like, keep yourself motivated?   Michael: Yeah, no, that's so good. That's so good. I think we could do the exact same thing from the investor side is like, okay, what how, you know, how are you networking? What is the activity you're doing and what is the ROI. That's great man, absolutely curious to get your thoughts, because you've been on both sides of the coin, like, what should investors be doing to a, like, be good to work with to be a good investment be a good client for their agents but also, how do they go find a good investor friendly agent and how can you kind of, you know, how do you break up with a bad one?   Omni: Yeah, that's a really good question. I think there's a lot of online forums now, with investor friendly agents or agents that are at least advertising as investor friendly. No, I think it'd be hard for me to work with an agent that is investor friendly, but doesn't invest themselves, right. So, so it's a simple conversation, like, what are they doing? Are they actually investing in not to say it's required, but at the level that I need right now, of the amount of transactions I do in the advisor, I'd love if my agent could actually be an advisor, right, so I think I understand the investment standpoint, but they should know that the market specifics, they should know how that ties into that specific geographic region that I might not be familiar with and I want them to walk me through and have this kind of mastermind kind of effect of us both thinking through and, and if they have not, kind of done their own investments, it makes it harder now, we'll say for our brand new investor, and investor friendly agent that has not invested I think it's okay, because they're learning the knowledge there.   But yeah, I think I when I asked him, how, what kind of investments do they do, and if I'm focusing on doing a burr in a particular area, that usually means that they need to know you know, how to be a landlord how to fix and flip you know, how to get contractor quotes and things like that, to give me some guidance of what the cost structure for that type of project in that area would be and where do you where do we find them? It's through referrals. So from an investor's standpoint, you know, various meetups, there's a lot of online meetups now but if you can connect with online meetups, various podcasts like this, you know, people make recommendations per area and what's interesting people go to an area and they, they are usually gonna go through one of one of two, they're like, I want to find the best agent in the area, the top agent, guess what the top agent doesn't want to work with us, they don't have time to work with an investor looking to buy a $200,000 property, right, because they've gotten to a level. So they're not to say they couldn't help you, they just don't want to help you right now, unless they have a team of people, they're gonna hand up the truth, they're gonna go the right, the other route of I'm gonna go with a brand new agent that has nothing else to do. So they're going to do everything that I want, and they're going to do it at a, at a very affordable rate. Once again, now you are just coaching, and you don't get the benefit of someone with expertise. So usually, it's somewhere in between someone that's a successful agent, not a top agent, but also an investor as well and if you get stuck with somebody that is not meeting your criteria, one, it usually comes down to one or two things, one, they don't know how to help you, maybe they don't even want to help you because they didn't know what they're gonna get into, or the communication, expectations or not and so I think getting really good at setting your communications upfront, before you agree to work with them. If you're really good at setting your communications, people will, some people will not actually want to work with you, not because of you, but they're gonna say, okay, I need to be at a certain level of understanding and expertise to meet his expectations. I don't think I can meet that. But guess what this agent I think might be the right fit for you and maybe you might get a recommendation from there, but lay down exactly what you, you know, what you would like to see from the relationship and they have to see that it's mutually beneficial. So whenever I go into a new market, I rarely go in with the intent of buying one property, I usually go into the intent of establishing a market and if I can build the right team, I'm gonna buy a lot of properties in that area and whether I'm talking to a in real estate agent or a property manager, I tell them that I want to become your number one client, that's my goal, there's no guarantee I will, it will be based on whether or not this relationship continues at work and I find deals that are profitable, and you help me find those deals. But if so, I will continue to invest around you and so I invest around good agents and good property managers, more so than specific locations. There's great locations out there that I own one or two properties in, I just have not continued to buy there. Because I don't love the team that I have yet, you know. So it's, it's I just have not found the right team to give me the confidence to scale up to 30, 40, 50 properties in one area around someone that maybe I'm not fully happy with in terms of communication or results.   Michael: Yeah, that makes a ton of sense and I talked about with folks on the podcast and in the Roofstock Academy all the time about just that, like, do you go deep into a market or do you go wide across multiple, and I think when you go wide, you get exposure to a lot of different markets, you can you can decide, hey, market A was great market beat, maybe not so much. See, we're gonna pass entirely, but you wouldn't have seen market A;B;C if you're only in market a so and that makes a ton of sense and then so from on the investor side, like what should we be doing. Other than setting very clear expectations around communication to be to make agents want to work with us. I mean, we want to, of course, be the number one client for those agents but what can we be doing skill wise or communication wise or pitch wise to make ourselves as attractive as possible for agents to fight over us so to speak?   Omni: Yeah, I love that and I think, even today, when I go into a new market, I still, like come in with when I'm interviewing agents, but I really want them to be interviewing me as well and I really want to show up as a as a good and desirable client and, and so I do want to make it as easy as possible for them. So I will do a little bit more backend research on my end. If I know I have access to the data, rather than making my agent go do some, you know, meaningless task or some task that they might not fully understand yet. I'll do that until we kind of are on the same page and reach almost partnership level, right. So I do try to make it easy. If I just go in and say okay, here's a list of everything that I need right now and guess what we're going to make 30 offers and none of them might get will probably not get accepted, but that's my average or whatever the case may be. They're probably not going to like working with me or want to work with me. So I set the expectations up front of here's what we're going to get to, but I also if there's something that I can do, or some like my virtual assistants, someone on my team can take care of, I'll take that off of the agents play and really only use them for the essential things that I don't have access to or I don't like they're my boots on the ground. They are my local knowledge and those are the two things and sources to sources to other contractors, sources to wholesalers. But those are the things that my agents really bring to the table and I want to make sure that anything outside of that if I can take care of it myself, I'm going to take care of it myself or have someone on my team take care of it.   Michael: So even though they might be a Jack or Jill, of all trades we shouldn't be using and abusing them as a Swiss army knife.   Omni: Yeah, until they volunteer to be abused, or until they say, you are my number one client, and we bought 10 properties together, what can I do to help you buy 10 more. Sure, but if you're still trying to buy your first or second property, I mean, how many of those type of investors has every real estate agent worked with a lot. The reality is, there's always a little bit of skepticism until they get to that first one or two transactions, then it's like, okay, this is real. He's one of the good investors and not one of the investors that don't know what they're doing. So I think it's prove yourself both sides are proving yourself through till you get to your first few transactions.   Michael: That makes total sense. I met a question that I have for you, and you're gonna have to kind of wear both hats, if you could. So as an investor, I'm sure I would actually ask you, have you ever made an offer, like a ridiculous offer. You're like, there's no way this gets accepted and it does?   Omni: Yes, all the time, all the time, so…   Michael: I have to, and I've had agents tell me, that's probably not going to get accepted and I push them I say, do it anyway. Now, you mentioned that as an agent, working with clients, like throwing out ridiculous offers, and you feel like it's a waste of time for the agent. So how do you square those two. I mean, how can you know what I mean?   Omni: Yeah, and I can see absolutely both sides and I do take off and put on hats all the time, as you mentioned, right. So whenever I do training, I gotta explain like, okay, I have my broker head on right now and then sometimes I'm like, no, I'm not a broker right now, I'm putting my investor hat on. So it is a different perspective. I think understanding the perspective on the other side is definitely helpful. Me personally, when I put in offers, I usually, for a very long time, I've usually done in three offers strategy. So I usually put in three offers at the same time to the same client, and it is varying strengths of offers and it usually has some sort of component. So there might be an all cash offer, there might be a traditional lending offer, that's a little bit all cash is going to be the lowest price the seller needs to sell today, it's going to be the lowest price and traditional lending offer is going to be at 95% of value, or whatever it is and I might go 100% or 105% of market value if they're willing to do seller financing, right and so you're kind of laying out these, you're educating your agent at the same time, if they're not familiar with that. And you give I give my agent, my agent, the exact wording the exact template, so they're not having to figure out, what do I do here, I say, here's the wording, here's what you sent to them, here's the attendance for the offers and we're gonna give them three options to choose from and so although it is more explanation on their part, it really is some coaching that I take on if it's a new agent of here's what I want you to say, here's what I want you to do and they usually see that as really good education of how they can better serve other investors moving forward.   But rarely do I just put in an offer of alright, they want $500,000, let's say 200,000, you know, so it's just that just not me, I usually give multiple options there and they're comfortable doing that not to say, you can't do that, I think you just need to set the right expectations with that agent of alright, we are going to be putting in 50 offers at ridiculous prices and then if they're okay with that, great, they build a template and hopefully it takes them two minutes to get the paperwork ready for you because it's already pre built but if they're having to like struggle through and spend, sometimes upwards of a few hours prepping offer paperwork, people don't understand, like it could take several hours prepping that paperwork and reviewing it. That's probably not worth it to submit 30 offers for the chance of one going through, you know, if they, if they figured out their ROI on that activity, it'd be like less than minimum wage. So I think it's setting the right expectations, making sure they're okay with that but my strategy is that three offers strategy that gives them at least a better chance of having a conversation with that listing agent or seller that might turn into something.   Michael: Yeah, it's funny, I actually do the same thing that three offers strategy, and I just made a YouTube video talking all about it. So I think it's great. It gives folks the choice of which of your offers am I going to choose as opposed to yes, no accept or reject.   Omni: Absolutely, I don't want to sell everything in between yes and no, I want them to be thinking between option one, two and three and it works at a much higher rate than people think.   Michael: I love it, I love it, Omni this was so much fun, man really insightful for people that want to continue the conversation and learn more about you reach out to you directly where's the best place to do so?   Omni: Yeah, I'm on social media Omni the investor guy Facebook, Instagram and actually on Tik Tok now no dancing yet but I'm getting there soon and then I'm on https://www.omnitheinvestorguy.com/ is my website you can get information on the booking see my story you can send me messages there as well.   Michael: Awesome. Well, hey, thanks again man and I'm sure we'll be chatting soon.   Omni: Always a pleasure, thanks.   Michael: Take care. All right, everyone. That was our episode a big thank you to all my for coming back on the show, super, super interesting stuff. Definitely have a lot to think about and hopefully you do too as an investor or as an agent, kind of walking on the other side of the coin. So as always, if you'd like the episode, please feel free to leave us a rating or review and we look forward to seeing on the next one. Happy investing…

Civil War Breakfast Club
Civil War Breakfast Club Episode 86 - Battle of Aldie

Civil War Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 51:27


Keeping with the theme of cavalry and the Gettysburg Campaign from the week before, this week we are talking Battle of Aldie!

The Breakfast Club
Thank God Its Feet (Rumors, Donkey of the Day, Freaky Friday Topics)

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 31:13


Today during The Rumor Report The Breakfast Club discussed Drake's new surprise album "Honestly, Nevermind" and todays Donkey Of The Day goes to an Alaska school. Inspired by a recent Lip Service episode, The Breakfast Club discuss a very important topic for Freaky Friday...feet. Tune into The Breakfast Club every morning! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Thoughts of SHE : A Poetry Podcast

Join Rasheeda in  "Own it" the third edition to the series, "Shift". Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora,  iHeartRadio, and more !To get a full listing please see the link below:https://thethoughtsofsheapoetrypodcast.buzzsprout.com/Join Rasheeda on the Wisdom app!https://join.wisdom.audio/35VCCheck out our new website and leave a review or voicemail! https://www.thethoughtsofshe.com/Loving The Thoughts of SHE ? Follow us on Instagram

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Rethink The Planet Of The Apes - Blackbird9 Podcast

Blackbird9s Breakfast club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 117:58


Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday podcast, "Rethink The Planet Of The Apes". Tonight we examine the history of "The Planet of the Apes" Science Fiction franchise.https://www.blackbird9tradingposts.org/2022/06/15/rethink-the-planet-of-the-apes-blackbird9/In the First Hour we cover the chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission has always been to establish a Greater Israel ruled by globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other nations to surrender their independent sovereignty. In the second hour of "The Planet of the Apes" the host examined the history of "The Planet of the Apes" Science Fiction franchise and its Sabbatean/Kalergi Plan foundations.

Setting the Skene
Some Jerks Who Talk About Movies: Episode 62 - The Breakfast Club

Setting the Skene

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 67:33


In the second of our two weeks off, we revisit what was probably the greatest version of the Some Jerks theme song, featuring all of the Jerks, but mostly Elijah and Mike. It's the classic episode of Some Jerks Who Talk About Movies: The Breakfast Club!

The Thoughts of SHE : A Poetry Podcast
S4 E19 Optimizing my time

The Thoughts of SHE : A Poetry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 1:36


Join Rasheeda in  "Optimizing my time" the second edition to the series, "Shift". Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora,  iHeartRadio, and more !To get a full listing please see the link below:https://thethoughtsofsheapoetrypodcast.buzzsprout.com/Join Rasheeda on the Wisdom app!https://join.wisdom.audio/35VCCheck out our new website and leave a review or voicemail! https://www.thethoughtsofshe.com/Loving The Thoughts of SHE ? Follow us on Instagram

Hochman and Crowder
06-07-2022 - Hour 1

Hochman and Crowder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 43:24


Crowder shares details about being a guest on The Breakfast Club. After, Oronde Gadsden has his Mt Rushmore of ice cream flavors. 

Hochman and Crowder
06-07-2022 - Crowder on the Breakfast Club

Hochman and Crowder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 4:48


We get details from Crowder on what it was like to sit with Charlamagne Tha God and record The Breakfast Club in New York City. 

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I Object!

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 76:01


Today on the show we took Angela Yee to Breakfast Club court after alleged comments on her being outside without a mask on after catching Covid during the week. Next, after Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to a woman who played an "I object" prank at a wedding, we opened the phone lines to see if any of our listeners actually saw an objection at a wedding. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.