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On this episode: Elizabeth, Zak, and Aymann, advise a grandparent who really wants her granddaughter and her granddaughter's cousin to get along. Our letter writer's first attempts haven't gone too well and she's even resorted to bribing—to no avail. Should she keep pushing and, if so, how? Or is it time to step back? Then on Slate Plus, they discuss A Toddler Father's Playbook for Answering Tough Questions by David Ostow. Slate Plus members get a bonus segment on MADAF each week, and no ads. Sign up now at slate.com/momanddadplus to listen and support our work. Other mentions: My Favorite Controlled Substance is Daycare by Sarah Suksiri. Join us on Facebook and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask us new questions, tell us what you thought of today's show, and give us ideas about what we should talk about in future episodes. Podcast produced by Rosemary Belson, Kristie Taiwo-Makanjuola, and Zak Rosen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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On this episode: Elizabeth, Zak, and Aymann, advise a grandparent who really wants her granddaughter and her granddaughter's cousin to get along. Our letter writer's first attempts haven't gone too well and she's even resorted to bribing—to no avail. Should she keep pushing and, if so, how? Or is it time to step back? Then on Slate Plus, they discuss A Toddler Father's Playbook for Answering Tough Questions by David Ostow. Slate Plus members get a bonus segment on MADAF each week, and no ads. Sign up now at slate.com/momanddadplus to listen and support our work. Other mentions: My Favorite Controlled Substance is Daycare by Sarah Suksiri. Join us on Facebook and email us at email@example.com to ask us new questions, tell us what you thought of today's show, and give us ideas about what we should talk about in future episodes. Podcast produced by Rosemary Belson, Kristie Taiwo-Makanjuola, and Zak Rosen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Find Weird Darkness wherever you listen to podcasts: https://linktr.ee/weirddarkness IN THIS EPISODE: When it comes to receiving the death sentence, history has given us several ways to go about the execution. Hanging, firing squad, gas chamber, being stoned to death or burned at the stake… but you have to be some whole new level of “hated” by the people if your death blow comes by way of molten gold being poured down your throat. (Death By Golden Throat) *** Ruth Snyder and Judd Gray devised a scheme to get rid of Ruth's husband – and they planned it so well that, okay… actually no. They were so inept they were caught immediately, and even the police publicly called them incompetent. (The Dumb-Bell Murder) *** In the 1800s, women finding themselves “with child” but unmarried, were treated like second-class citizens or worse. And during a time when birth control was limited or even unavailable outside of the rhythm method, what was a girl to do if she found herself in such dire circumstances? Fortunately, there was a woman there ready to help – to take the baby off their hands and give it a good home. Or so everyone thought. (Minnie, The Baby Farmer) *** Tom and Lena are in a loving relationship and have a young child together. It sounds like the perfect family – except for one tiny detail about their relationship. Tom and Lena are biological brother and sister. (I Fell In Love With My Sister) *** Typically, when you hear the phrase “high speed chase”, you think of law enforcement trying to catch the bad guys who are in a getaway vehicle. Perhaps after a bank robbery, or after blowing a stop sign and simply refusing to pull over. But have you heard about the time that the police were involved in a high-speed chase up to 100-miles-per hour, trying to catch up to a flying saucer? (The 100mph UFO Chase) *** When the Black Plague arrived at their doorsteps, the villagers were forced to choose between life or certain doom. It's the tragic tale of England's Plague Village – the village of Eyam. (The Black Death Comes to Eyam)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“Death By Golden Throat” by Genevieve Carlton for Weird History https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/3586qeqk, Rachel Nuwer for Smithsonian Magazine https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/18pu2d9b, and Laurie L. Dove for History https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/3vy6r2a9 “The Black Death Comes to Eyam” by Stephanie Almazan for The Line Up: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/1aptirxk“Minnie, The Baby Farmer” from The Scare Chamber: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/2eqd77xa “The 100MPH UFO Chase” from The Parajournal for The Times Online: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/ntcaqk3y “The Dumb-Bell Murder” by Troy Taylor: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/192wwaer (includes execution photo)“I Fell In Love With My Sister” by Jennifer Tillman for Vice: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/y2dmtp2e = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness Publishing: https://weirddarkness.com/publishingVisit the Church of the Undead: http://undead.church/ Find out how to escape eternal darkness at https://weirddarkness.com/eternaldarkness = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =(Over time links seen above may become invalid, disappear, or have different content. I always make sure to give authors credit for the material I use whenever possible. If I somehow overlooked doing so for a story, or if a credit is incorrect, please let me know and I will rectify it in these show notes immediately. Some links included above may benefit me financially through qualifying purchases.)= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ="I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness." — John 12:46Trademark, Weird Darkness®, 2022. Copyright Weird Darkness©, 2022.
Hanging out on a dusty, hot New Kingston street corner breathing in taxi exhaust fumes surrounded by street youth juggling dime bags of sinsemilla isn't exactly listed as an attraction in the Jamaican guidebooks. Yet, Brian and Henry are quickly learning that hanging on the corner is where 90% of Jamaican life take place. its where culture and politics and music and art, joy and pain all collide and creates a terrestrial big bang that gives the streets a life of their own. Rootsland is produced by Henry K Productions Inc. in association with Voice Boxx Studios in Kingston, Jamaica. Introduction by: Michelle "Kim" Yamaguchi Guest Vocals by: Patrick "Curly Loxx" Gaynor Adam "Teacha" Barnes Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/RootslandPodcast (Legends of Reggae | Facebook) music production and sound design by Henry K The Rootsland (Original Podcast Soundtrack) featuring timeless reggae tracks performed by Wayne Armond, Bob Andy, Deadly Headley Bennett, Garnett Silk, Halfpint is available everywhere you download and stream music https://music.amazon.com/albums/B09QGG8LCX (Rootsland (Original Podcast Soundtrack) by VARIOUS ARTISTS on Amazon Music Unlimited) https://music.apple.com/us/album/rootsland-original-podcast-soundtrack/1612330205 (Rootsland (Original Podcast Soundtrack) by Various Artists on Apple Music) contact us: Rootslandpodcast@gmail.com Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/RootslandPodcast (Legends of Reggae | Facebook) additional music under license https://www.beatstars.com/ (BeatStars | World's #1 Music Marketplace to Buy & Sell Beats)
On this week's episode, we are joined by 2018 SpeedRack champion and general manager of the award-winning bar, Attaboy in New York, Haley Traub. In our chat, we discuss her experiences competing on a national stage, as well as the pitfalls and opportunities involved with running a bar without a menu. _____________________________________ Join us every Monday as acclaimed bartender, Erick Castro, interviews some of the bar industry's top talents from around the world, including bartenders, distillers & authors. If you love cocktails & spirits then this award-winning podcast is just for you. SUPPORT US ON PATREON: Get early access to episodes, exclusive bonus episodes, special content and more: https://www.patreon.com/BartenderAtLarge WATCH OUR VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/bartenderatlarge FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: Erick Castro: www.instagram.com/HungryBartender Bartender at Large: www.instagram.com/BartenderAtLarge FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Erick Castro: www.twitter.com/HungryBartender Bartender at Large: www.twitter.com/BartendAtLarge BUY OUR MERCH: https://moverandshakerco.com/collections/bartenderatlarge
This episode is the “part two” of BIMP's hangs with Lizzie and BRIAN Emo Social Club… What does that mean? Well… if you're listening to this first, you're starting with the sequel. And nobody does that. Head over to Emo Social Club on your favorite streaming platform, listen to their latest episode with us, then come back and listen to this. And we've got tons of laughs on tap! Check out Emo Social Club on all podcast streaming platforms at emosocialclub.tv and their socials @emosocialclub on Instagram and Facebook and @xemosocialclubx on Twitter and TikTok! Get some more helpings of BIMP at http://www.patreon.com/baconismypodcast Find everything else BIMP: Twitter: @BaconisMyPod Instagram: @BaconisMyPod Facebook: www.facebook.com/baconismypod And of course our website: www.baconismypodcast.com Want some visual Bacon is My Podcast? Check out this episode and all others on Strangerhood TV on YouTube. www.strangerhoodtv.com and make sure to check out all the other great content on the channel! Get additional BIMP content at www.patreon.com/baconismypodcast We're proudly sponsored by Manscaped and when you use the promo code BACONPOD at manscaped.com you'll get 20% your entire order! Don't forget to use the promo code BACON at our sponsors DrinkWildBills.com, PodDecks.com and GrillYourAssOff.com for 10% off your order! #podcast #baconismypassion #strangerhoodtv #youtubechannel #youtubepodcast #cravingstrange #somethingheavy #betterthanradio #baconismypodcast #poweredbypoddecks
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Back in the 90's... I use to run around with a tape recorder, recording experiences! I recorded so much that I reuse old cassette tapes from thrift stores cuz they were so dam cheap! This cassette archive was my 1st (& last) time I went to a sweat lodge with my buddy Uncle Tony. He passed away earlier this year cuz of Covid :( Because of a production problem, had to scrap a project, figured the time is now then to digitize Uncle Tony. This is an unscripted production • hm²
Today I'm talking to Marcy Amato about how to build confidence and competence. Marcy Amaro, is an educator, speaking expert, podcaster, and empowerment coach who has been working with new entrepreneurs and business owners for nearly three decades. As a coach and mentor, she helps her clients find the confidence and develop the skills necessary to refine their voice and increase their impact through public speaking. Video, podcasting, live events, and other speaking engagements are the fastest and most effective way to scale your business and increase your impact. Marcy can help you find, hone, and leverage your voice for both impact AND income! In this episode, you'll learn about how to build confidence and comptence as well as... 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Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show We use and love Descript to edit our podcast and provide this free transcript of the episode. And yes, that's an affiliate link. Marcy: [00:00:00] Hi, Marcy. So good to Sarah: see you and good to hang out with you. We're actually doing a double episode. Wonderful. My show. And then I'm gonna. Marcy: To your show as well. So really excited to be. Yeah, I'm really excited. I'm really excited. Thank you. Sarah: So we got to know each other Marcy, because you invited me to a summit. I call it, I, I ended up calling it a cozy summit because I just felt like it was such a cozy atmosphere. I'm not a. Not always a big fan of these huge summits, whether there's like 50 speakers, you know, like it's almost like overwhelming Marcy: the people who sign up sometimes Sarah: they're they're good value. But anyway, I liked yours. It was very cozy. And thank you. And authentic, because that was also the, the topic the, of, of this summit. So being authentic in business and, and visibility and all that. So we really connected on that authentic level. And I thought, well, I need to [00:01:00] have you on my show, not to talk about authenticity. , but what we really wanted to talk about is something that you presented to your summit subscribers about this idea of and I have to read it because it's, it's, it's like, it was like a, to how do you call those tongue. Tongue twister, tongue twister. Yeah. Tongue twister. Because it it's, it is from unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence. Yes. So this idea that you go from the incompetence to competence, but from unconscious to, and I actually said it wrong from unconscious to conscious, right. Marcy: No, it's unconscious to unconscious. Yeah. Unconscious to unconscious. Explain it more in a minute. Yeah. okay. Sarah: Yeah. So anyway, we're, we're gonna unpack that because I think there's a lot to say about that. But maybe. Before we get into that you call yourself a speaking and empowerment coach. So tell us what the biggest, biggest struggle is for your [00:02:00] clients. What, what did they, what did they come to you Marcy: for? Most of my clients come to me because they have been trying to build a tribal movement around something that is just a passion of theirs. Something that they truly believe would change the world for the better. But they can't seem to get traction on their message. Like they go back and forth on how to present it, or they might even be terrified of the whole idea of standing in front of other people and talking, even if it's virtually like a lot of people have a lot of apprehension. In fact, public speaking is the number one fear in the world. So they are reallys. Scared or uncomfortable or unsure about how to get their message out there. So what I help them do is hone in on what their real message is. Mm-hmm , I help them gain confidence and empower them in their ability to present that message in a way that resonates with other people. And then I help them launch some sort of platform so that they can actually [00:03:00] deliver their message and make it visible and accessible to the public. So that's what they come to me. Sarah: Mm sounds wonderful. And you mentioned a term that I think kind of fits with this unconscious incompetence and unconscious competence, which is the word confidence. So. You help your clients with confidence? Tell us mm-hmm, more about how you would define confidence. We talk about confidence a lot here on this podcast, because for, you know, the gentle kind of people, the heart centered entrepreneurs, confidence is a big thing. Yes. So how would you define it? How do you talk about it in your Marcy: words? My big thing with confidence is we tend to confuse it with self assurance, right? Like most of the time when we talk about wanting to be confident, what we're really looking for is that sense of self assurance that I can stand wherever I'm at and look like I know what I'm doing and where I won't be fidgeting and nervous and unsure about [00:04:00] what I am about to. Right. Mm-hmm mm-hmm so that is more of a self-assurance issue than confidence. In my view, confidence is something that is dependent on the task and on the situation, like we can be completely confident in certain circumstances and completely lack confidence in others. And it's the same person. Right? So when we talk about confidence per se, In my opinion, we're looking more at competence than confidence. And we can talk about that distinction in a minute if you'd like, but it's this idea that. Confidence comes from feeling like we have the skill, the talent, and the ability to perform the particular task that is in front of us. Not necessarily the overall sense of self assurance. Those are two different things in my view. Mm Sarah: it's interesting. So it, to me, it sounds like. One. So the, the self-assurance is kind of like definitely this inner work to, you know, that you can work on [00:05:00] to get self-assurance and then the confidence, the way you define it is more like, well, get competent and then you will feel more con. Marcy: Fit confidence. It does feel like we're doing a tongue twister, right? yes. And there are different, and there are different elements to this piece of confidence. Right. And I think that they all somehow intertwine and stem from competence in what we will unpack in a minute, but it comes from. Competence right from the commitment on actually achieving whatever it is that you're trying to achieve. And from as assuming responsibility right for that task or that end result. So when I know that I'm not a victim to whatever's happening around me, that I am responsible for the results I produce when I am committed. To getting to that result. And I am developing the confidence to get to that result. I mean, the competence, there's no way I cannot be confident in doing what I'm about to do. Does that make sense? Mm mm-hmm mm-hmm Sarah: so you brought in another word [00:06:00] that's responsibility and so , well, I think it's time that we unpack your, your concept from unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence so that we. Kind of place these different terms at the right places. So tell us all about Marcy: absolutely. And it might get a little tricky there for a minute. So I'll go a little slowly at the beginning. So there are four levels in this transition, and this is not a concept that I came up with. This is something that I've learned throughout my study of leadership and it begins with whatever. What we want to accomplish whatever skill we want to be confident in or whatever we want to do. We typically start at the unconscious incompetence level, which means that we don't know what we don't. Right. So we are unsure of what it even entails. We might know that we want to do something with it. We might know that it's important. We might have a preliminary definition of what it is, but we don't know all the skills that are involved. We [00:07:00] don't know what we should research. We don't even know where to start. Right. So that's the unconscious incompetent piece from that we move to conscious incompetence, which means that now we are aware of everything that we Don. So we've all been in the, in the space, right. Where we are trying to get better at something, whatever it might be. And we start looking into it and then we realize, oh, wait a minute, like, let's use business for instance, wait a minute. I thought I could just start a business, but I need to learn about marketing. And I need to know about copywriting and I need to know about audiences and I need to know about promotion and I need to know about offers and, and we start unpacking all the different things that are involved in it. And suddenly we're really conscious of everything that we don't. So we get into the space, usually of feeling a little bit of overwhelmed and of feeling like, do I really need to know all of this and feeling this big because we realize how little we actually know about the enterprise that we just started. And that's that level of conscious incompetence. Mm-hmm as we start. [00:08:00] Just diving into all that research. Then we move into conscious competence, which is when we are able to do the thing. So we know what we need to do, but we need to be very conscious and very aware of every step involved in the process. So that's when we might need to rely on checklists or we might need to rely on scripts, or we might need to do get a little hand holding from someone that's gonna walk us through the process. Right. So we can do it. We're able to perform, but we still need eight and resources to help us through because we're very conscious of every little step that we need to do. Right. And then we finally get to that level of unconscious competence, which is when we are so competent in that skill, that it becomes second nature. It's in our body language, it's in everything we do, it becomes part of who we are. We don't have to think about it. We. Do it, and it becomes so ingrained in who we are and what we do that [00:09:00] sometimes we even forget that we went through that entire process and it becomes something that we take for granted. Mm-hmm because it's so. Comfortable. And it's so easy and we are so confident in doing it that we don't even have to think about it. So those are the stages. Sarah: Mm. Yeah. I love that. And when you presented it, you kind of had this these steps, right. Like of a staircase and we were you you're going up. I have a bunch of follow up questions and, and maybe also kind. Playing devil's advocate about the last stage, but let me start with the, the idea of the word incompetence to me. It has kind of, you know, has this negative aftertaste in my mouth, Sinai. I think it's just natural and human to not want to be incompetent. So is it always a bad thing to be incompetent? Marcy: Not even a little bit. And actually , there's this saying in my world, embrace the suck. I don't know if you've heard that before. Mm-hmm but embrace the fact that [00:10:00] everybody starts sucking and I hate that word, but. I mean, it is what it is. We all start bad at whatever it is that we're doing something. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And the thing is once we understand all those terms that we usually assign a negative connotation to us neutral. Right. So there's nothing good or bad unless you interpret it as good or bad. Yes. Can we all agree on that? So if we agree on that, then we can see that incompetence simply means that we are not yet competent. So that means there's a lot of room for growth and for improvement. Right? Right. And if we embrace this idea that we need to be lifelong learners, then every time we recognize an area of unconscious incompetence, We should get excited about the prospect of eventually becoming competent. If it's something that really resonates with us, or that is important to us, right? Mm-hmm , there are areas in life that I will always want to be incompetent in. Right. There are things that I just have absolutely no interest in learning. At all [00:11:00] whatsoever, like I have no interest in learning how to play football. I have no interest, you know, there are certain things that I'm just not interested in and you as well. So it's okay to recognize that those are areas of incompetence. And even as we build businesses, or even as we grow our movements, It's important to recognize those areas of incompetence and be honest with ourselves about whether that is something that we want to build the competence in, or if it's something that we simply want to get alongside someone else who is competent at it, who gets passion from it, who loves it. And then partner with that person because that's part of the beauty. I think of what you propose as humane and gentle marketing, right. Is we don't have to know it all. We can be in collaboration with other people and that expands our ability to be competent. Sarah: Yeah. Or, or even just. Not do it at all. Like I'm thinking of, you know, the social media things. Well, I'm definitely incompetent on Instagram and I could partner with someone who's [00:12:00] competent. But maybe I just don't want to so I can also absolutely say, you know, not for me it's okay. That I I'm. Absolutely. I'm not there. Yeah. Yeah. I really appreciate you saying that. And then the other end of the spectrum is the, the, the unconscious competence where. You know, sometimes it's also good to still have that beginner's mind all the time. Right. And, and I think you kind of hinted at it's like this risk of feeling super competent and then maybe start lacking. Is it like slacking a little bit and not doing the preparation you need to do or. Or just not expand your thinking and, and your learning. Have you seen that as well? Marcy: Yeah. And not only that and I, I will touch on what you just said, but I would add to that the layer of I very often have clients who come to me with this. Belief that they don't have anything special to offer the marketplace. Like there's nothing unique about them at [00:13:00] all. And that stems from being so deeply into unconscious competence, that they can't even recognize their talents anymore. Right. Like they're, they come so naturally to them that they don't see it as something special, but what is. An unconsciously competent area for you is most likely something that somebody else is having a hard time with or wanting to learn more about mm-hmm so there's two dangers to this area of unconscious competence. And I will tell you in a second, what I believe the solution to that is, but it's like you mentioned is first getting really LA lack about it and being all like, oh, it's fine. I don't need to worry about it, cuz I'm just so good at it. Don't need to grow anymore. I don't need to worry about it anymore. And on the other side, becoming so disattached from it, right? That you don't even recognize it as a talent or an ability or a value that you can bring to the marketplace anymore. Right? So my solution to that [00:14:00] is always room for growth, no matter where you're at and to develop what It's called and I forget the lady's name right now, but I will think of it a learner's mindset. Right? So it's just this idea of always being in a position to learn more, to grow more, to see. And a lot of that has to do with the environment that you surround yourself with and the networking and the connections that you make. Right? Because as you get in touch with others who are also really competent in certain areas, you start to realize, oh wait, I never thought of it that way. Or I never saw it this way, or I never. Experimented with doing it that way. And you start to see that there's always even more room for growth. Mm-hmm . Sarah: Yeah. At the same time, when I think about, you know, marketing and humane marketing, I'm, I'm kind of like, if I always look somewhere else, then I also kind of lose my own way again. so it, it really is a, yeah. You need to find the balance where it's like, okay. I do always. [00:15:00] Get, you know, inspiration from others and see what others do and keep learning. And yet. You know, stay in my own on my own lane and say, no, this is how I'm gonna do it without necessarily being influenced how other people do it. So it really is that yeah. Balance that you need to find for Marcy: yourself. And I think that that's where the authenticity piece comes in. When you really know who you are and you really are in tune and aligned with your values, there are certain things that you're going to see others do that are immediately going to cause a resistance in the sense of no, that doesn't sound like me or that doesn't look like something I would venture into. And it's trusting that, right? Like there are certain levels of resistance where you need to step into it and just risk it because that's where your next level of growth is. But there are certain things that are just so against. Your nature against who you really are. That just that resistance is saving you from being inauthentic from stepping outside of your values or of your vision. So [00:16:00] it's being really aware and I think both you and I agree in that the very first step in anything that we endeavor has to be complete awareness, right. And so being 100% aware, What your limitations and your boundaries are and being, almost maniacal about not giving up your boundaries and not giving up your authenticity and your integrity. I think that that's where the, the balance is found. Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. I'm so glad. Glad you're bringing this up. This reminds me of a, a story that I wanted to share about, you know, Marcy: my own Sarah: realization of these things that you were like, oh, that other people are doing this. Like recently I looked that into book marketing because somebody approached me on LinkedIn about book marketing. I'm like, well, yeah, I guess I could do more. The book and, you know, market the, and so I was like, okay, let's get on a zoom call and have a conversation about this. And then the minute, you know, this [00:17:00] guy started to, because I asked him specific questions, what are you gonna do? How are you gonna do it? And he's like, oh, I'm just posting on social media. I'm like, whoa. You know, tell me, tell me more, tell me details. And he's like, oh, I'm just gonna post it on different groups. And I'm like, something's fishy here. I think, you know, this is not, this is not gonna work out. but yet the ego was telling me, oh, this is gonna be good. You know, this is gonna mean more readers. And, and then, and then the, I guess the. The integrity kicked in and said, said, watch out. Something's not right here. And, and so, yeah. Yeah, it's, it's interesting to, you know, still, still expose yourselves to maybe opportunities and things of growth and at the same time realize, okay, you know, This was not that thing that would work for me. Yeah. Marcy: And, and also being gentle with ourselves in the sense of understanding that we evolve. Right. [00:18:00] Yeah. And so very often we start businesses or ventures with an idealistic view of what we are going to create. Mm-hmm based on. This dream imaginary utopian world that we created in our heads before we dove into what it really is. Right. Right. But as we're exposed to the reality of how things tend to operate out there, we evolve. And that's just the truth. Right? Sometimes we find ourselves going, oh, wait a minute. Maybe I can explore this, or maybe I should do that. Or we see ourselves shift. From one perspective to the next. And it's important to be gentle with ourselves and have grace with ourselves in understanding that if we are to move on this for the long term, then we are going to evolve and we are going to shift and we are going to change. So be open to listening, but also be honest with yourself as to whether this is too much of a compromise to your integrity or not, right? Like, yeah, [00:19:00] you might not. Been in a position right now to say yes to that, but maybe you'll think back on it and maybe, maybe not, maybe you'll think back on it in a few months or a year, and you'll be like, you know what, now I'm willing to explore it a little bit more. Mm-hmm and knowing that that's okay. Right. So we shift, we evolve with change and the only way we can know where we want to go and where we don't is by being open enough to examine what's out there and then seeing whether it resonates with us or. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. When you were talking about this journey from incompetence to competence, I was thinking about my own journey, for example, with what came up was the webinars that back in the days I would, I remember I would have, you know, the webinar slides and then I would print out, or I know I would ask a friend for some cardboard. Kind of, because her husband works in a printing shop. And so I would get these print these cardboards and really map out every single slide, what I was gonna say. And, and then I would practice it like, you know, [00:20:00] at least two times go through the whole thing, see how much time I needed for each. And yeah, it was like a big deal every time. Right. I was like, no, I, I don't feel confident if I don't practice, practice, practice, and. That being said, I still do that with the podcast. I like to write a lot of things out you know, for the intro and outro and like a lot of it is still in writing. Because I think it gives me confidence, but it also just, that's how I process my thoughts. And, and so I'm curious if you have an example of something. Oh, and then I didn't share that now in the workshops that I'm giving, I just have bullet points maybe, and you know, a bunch of things on the slide. But I do feel like I'm in that zone of unconscious competence, where I don't need to have any script or anything. So I'm curious what it was for you, where you could really see that journey that you went from. Marcy: A to Z, you know, [00:21:00] for me, sorry for me, it's more about the copy because I am a literature major. Mm-hmm like, that's what I studied in school. So I was taught a very formulaic framework for how to write mm-hmm , but that's a very different type of writing than copywriting. So every time I'm doing anything that relates to copy, I tend to still, to this day, second, guess myself and read it and reread it a million times. And you know, so my process has been. To find a sweet spot where I can write and trust myself, that what I wrote is what needs to get out there and just sending it be before I have a, a chance to just second guess myself too much. Right, right. And backtrack on it too much. So I've developed certain things that help me. Like, for example, if I'm writing copy for an email broadcast, I actually open my personal email and I open a new message on there and I type it. Like I'm typing a message to a friend on my email. That puts my [00:22:00] mind at ease that I'm not writing. Copy. I'm writing an email to a friend and I'm just sharing all this information with a friend mm-hmm and then I've gotten into the habit of just copy paste, maybe bold, then highlight a couple of things and just hit send before you have a chance to think too much about it, right? Yeah. that's usually what works actually. Yeah. When it comes to copy for my website and for landing pages and things like that, I've gotten in the habit of recording it because I feel very C. Speaking mm-hmm . That is something that I have unconscious competence about. I can speak off the cuff about pretty much anything that's in my wheelhouse. And so when I want to present an idea on a landing page or a website or whatever it may be, or an ad, I record it. And then I go back over what I said, or I just transcribe it, fix it a little bit and just post it and trust that what I said is what I meant to say. And so those are two areas in which I've really worked on, figuring out how to get from unconscious incompetence to on the conscious competence. And I still struggle a little bit with them because of my background. And [00:23:00] it's just letting go a little bit of my prior training and just focusing on what I wanna say. Sarah: Yeah. Those are great tips. I, I love the idea of just writing it in Gmail or Yahoo or whatever, and then copying it over, cuz it really feels like, oh, I'm just writing this to a friend. So you don't get into that. Oh, I, you know, have to send out this professional sounding email, which then doesn't come over as being authentic. Marcy: Yeah, exactly. And I actually got that idea from Amy Yama and she's a mentor and she's amazing. And we were talking about it once, how I was not getting the engagement from my email list that I was hoping for mm-hmm and she said, well, walk me through your process. Mm-hmm . And I was like, well, I sit down and, and she's like, okay, that's the first issue right there. think about how we can make this feel to you. Like, you're just chatting with a friend and then everything else will come together. And so she's the one that gave me that idea. So you, me, Sarah: yeah. Wonderful. We kind of skipped over the responsibility terms, so [00:24:00] let's go back to that. How, how does that, so how does the responsibility and confidence, what do they have to do together? Marcy: Okay. So one of the things that I have found in my own work with myself and in working with clients is that if we ha have any kind of victimized view in terms of what we're doing and the results we're getting. That gives us a back door. So that gives us an excuse or a justification for not trying for not doing and for not reaching. Right. So the more we can move away from that into responsibility, the more confidence we can develop in the fact that whatever result we're getting is within our control. So if we don't like it, we can fix it. Right. And there are two elements that fall into that element of responsibility. One is the accountability piece, which is knowing that. Get to own my actions and the results of those actions. And I get to just [00:25:00] take the consequences and, or the rewards, right. So it's not up to anybody else. I'm not looking to blame anybody else. I'm not looking to justify anything. Did I do what I said I was gonna do? Yes or no. And why? And then I get to own it. And that helps me shift if I need to. So that the next time I do get to the result. Right. And the other piece that goes into the responsibility issue is this idea of self-regulation, which is knowing how far I'm willing to go. Right. So, Understanding that it might take a little while that it might not happen right away, that I might need to risk certain things that I might need to give up some comforts or some things that are nice for me, if I'm really working towards this particular field or this particular result. Right. So if I can assume ownership, which is the accountability piece and also. Regulate myself in understanding that there will be some sacrifices, probably that there will be some things that I get to do [00:26:00] differently or that I get to shift. Then I am in full responsibility and I can shift the confidence lever because I understand that whatever the end result is is up to me. It's not to not up to anything else or anybody else. The circumstances are not to blame. The people are not to blame. It's just me. What am I willing to do? And how far am I willing to go? Sarah: I just love that piece. So much of the responsibility. And I have not heard it before in the context of, of confidence. And I think it's all there. It's that that's, that's really it. And, and I'm not blaming people who are lacking that responsibility piece. I'm blaming. You know, I'm blaming the whole online system, really the online gurus and, and the way we've been treating clients and subscribers and et cetera, et cetera, because we've taken the power away from clients. And so no [00:27:00] wonder. They felt like they were, could just give up responsibility. Let me show you how I, my webinar made a million dollars in three weeks. Here are the three steps. Right? Well, great. Yeah. I don't have to take responsibility. You're just gonna spoon feeded me the information and off I go. And, and then of course they fall into the victim because it's not working. so. That responsibility piece is so it's so important. And, and I think we really need to talk about it more. Yeah, things don't I think it, it goes together with this idea of things. Don't just come easy. You, the, it takes work to go from incompetence to competence and the confidence piece fits in there as well. So yeah, you do have to take responsibility, but that also means that us. You know, the leaders or the entrepreneurs have to be willing to share the [00:28:00] responsibility or give the responsibility back. That's really what I'm trying to do in the humane marketing circle. I'm saying, look, look, I'm not your guru. I'm not gonna teach you step by step things and tutorials and whatever. Yeah, I'm, I'm wanting to work with responsible human beings. Right? I don't. Do you see any examples where, where that is really addressed? Marcy: Well, I think as COVID has shifted the way we do business online, because it has become such a, such an integral part of everything that we do. Right. So, right. Everybody now has some knowledge of how online works. Period. Mm-hmm right. Yeah. So I think as the world has shifted because of everything that we went through with COVID, people are becoming more and more savvy and more aware of those red flags, right? Like everything starts just sounding alarms around this idea of right. Yeah. You can do it in 90 days or [00:29:00] no, you can do it in three steps or no, you can do it in whatever. And there is a piece to. Marketing in general, where we want our clients to feel like they have what it takes to do it. Right. But I think the danger comes in oversimplifying or over promising. Right. Right. And that happens too much still. Mm-hmm I know I've had the experience of signing up for $10,000 programs that promised me six figures in 90 days. And I went through the program. I did what I was supposed to do. Did not get the six figures in 90 days. And then when I went to talk to the guru or the person in charge, they were like, no, you didn't do it exactly the way I told you to do it. So there's always, I don't know. There's always a, a. A touchy element to that. Right. And there's, again, a balance that we want to achieve because nobody's going to sign up for something where they feel like it's impossible to achieve. No. [00:30:00] Yeah. But, but we also need to be clear on the fact that, well, you know, if you put in the work. When effectively applied, then this is the end result you can work towards. Yeah. But I can't guarantee when or how, because that depends on your effort. So putting it back on the client in that sense, I think it's important. And I think we're doing a little bit. Better a little bit at that since COVID because like I said, people are just overloaded. Everybody has a summit, everybody has a webinar, everybody has a challenge. Everybody has a, something that we're offering for free with these big promises. And then they see themselves signing on and not getting the results and wondering, okay, where was the missing piece? Yeah. And I think a big, a big part of the missing piece. Like I think every. Single person who's promoting has the, I believe. And I want to believe that has the intention of helping the people produce the result. I think the missing link is in giving the other person, the client, the [00:31:00] responsibility piece and helping them understand that look, these steps will work to the extent that you do mm-hmm so I'm gonna help you work them, but you have to work them. Yeah. Sarah: Yeah. It's so interesting. I, I was recently on a, a prepo call where the, the lady was, you know, basically asking me what five steps can you share? And I'm like, I don't really work in five steps. Like it's a lot about finding what works for you. And, and so she's like, no, no, no, but I can help you nail it down. Just gimme five steps. And I'm like, you know what? I think, I think this is not gonna work because my audience. Or, or your audience is trained with these five steps and they're not gonna respond to what I'm, you know, ready to share. So I think it's it's yeah, it really, to me, it is about empowering the client and making sure that people understand. These were all scams. You [00:32:00] know, we it's the exception. If you really do make a six figure business business in 90 days, and then kind of coming down more back to the reality of things, but we kind of got off track. So let's go back to, to our because we could talk about. About that stuff for hours, right? Yeah. So kind of maybe to, to wrap up, what, what actionable first steps would you recommend for someone who is struggling with, you know, this confidence piece, where would, where would they start? Marcy: All right. So like I said before, I believe everything starts with clear awareness, like full and complete awareness. So the first actionable step I would suggest anybody is be 100% crystal clear on what the end result is that you're trying to produce what it is that you want to get yourself and your clients too. Achieve. Right. So once you know exactly where it is that you get [00:33:00] to go where it is that you want to end up, then you can kind of backwards plan, right. And figure out, okay, what do I need to do? But when you have the end result in mind and you're crystal clear on what that end result is, then you can start. Laying out. Okay. What are these areas that I would need to touch on that I'm really not competent in that I'm really not confident about? And where can I go to start building that conscious incompetence? Where can I go to start researching and looking for what I need to work on, what I get to improve upon so that I eventually get to that confide. Piece. Right. If you're looking specifically at, for example, my clients who work on public speaking I first and foremost is like, okay, what kind of platform do you want? Do you want to actually speak in front of life? Audiences? Is that your end goal? Because if that is your end goal, then we need to. Start working on your physiology right away. And that's something that a lot of people don't think about when they're thinking about public speaking, they think about [00:34:00] message and how to structure their talk and, and all that is part of it. But if that is your end result, we need to start with how you stand, how you breathe, how you position your body, so that you are more confident in front of that audience, or look more self assured, which is what they really are looking for. Mm-hmm so again, it just depends on what your end result. Is what it is that you're looking to achieve. And once you're crystal clear on that, then figuring out, okay, what things do I need to be competent in, in order to feel confident at that end result? Hmm. Yeah. Sarah: So good. And I, I, I would assume that not a lot of people think that way and it it's funny. We just recently at dinner at the dinner table, we looked up the seven habits of highly effective people from steam co. And, and that is actually one of them start with the end in mind. And so that's. Pretty much what you're saying here is like, yeah. Well look at what you want to achieve and then step by step, work up your confidence level to, to get [00:35:00] there. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. This has been wonderful. Thank you so much for thank you. Coming on to the humane marketing podcast, please do share with people where they can find out more about you and your work. And I believe you also have a, a download for people to go to. Marcy: Yeah. So as we are speaking, my website is in reconstruction, but within, by the end of the week, you can go to Marcy maro.com and just look up more information, or you can find me on Instagram or LinkedIn, just search Marcy Maro. And I will come on the only one with gray hair. So the, the only Marc CMR with the gray hair. And yes, I have downloadable to share with you. I will share the link with Sarah, so she can share it with you guys. Showing me because it's a little bit tricky since my website is down, but it is a downloadable of the tough talks checklist, which is just a checklist that walks you through how to have tough conversations in business and in life so that everybody [00:36:00] involved end up feeling heard, understood, and respected in the process. So wonderful. Sarah: And I have one last question for you, Marcy, and that is what are you grateful for today or this week? Marcy: I am grateful for my kids being home. And I've been getting to spend a lot of time with them and I'm grateful for the sunshine and for my little dog that keeps me on my toes. she's actually right next to me right now. wonderful. Sarah: That's great. It's been so fun. Hanging out with you, Marcy. Thank you so Marcy: much. It's always fun. Hanging out with you. Thank you, Sarah.
Bill Fairman 00:00:03 Greetings folks. So, you know, we love self storage. We love 'em so much. We ended up buying some. So in this episode, we're gonna talk about lessons learned right after this. Thank you for joining us on the real estate and investors show hard money for real estate investors. We are Carolina capital management, private lenders for real estate professionals. So if you're looking for us to take a look at one of your projects, go to Carolina, hard money.com. Click on apply. Now, if you're a passive investor looking for passive returns, click on the accredited investor tab, and don't forget to like share subscribe, hit the bell. And don't forget about Wednesdays with Wendy is just a shadow of herself. Apparently our lights are not focused in properly, but Wendy does, excuse me, 30 minutes per person on Wednesdays. Anything you wanna talk about real estate. She donates her time to do this. So sign up on this link and we have one over in the chat, which by the way, we have a chat, it's either gonna be on the right side of your screen or underneath, depending on the platform that you're viewing us from. So if you wanna leave any comments, nasty or not can put 'em there, Jonathan Davis 00:02:02 You know, bill, this is the most excited I've seen you in a lot. Yeah. Bill Fairman 00:02:05 I'm getting ready to leave. Wendy Sweet 00:02:06 Or I thought maybe it was cuz I was back. Yeah, Bill Fairman 00:02:08 That Wendy Sweet 00:02:08 Too. We had some great calls on Wednesday yesterday too. Wow. Five excellent, excellent calls. I just, I'm always amazed at the different topics and just really, really good stuff. Really good Bill Fairman 00:02:23 Stuff. That would be a good way to take a couple of questions and then we can yeah. Do 'em here on the show and answer them. You don't have to say who asked them, but yeah, it might be good topics for, Wendy Sweet 00:02:35 Well, I'm actually putting together a book from them that we'll talk about just all the different topics, cuz it's just so vast. It's, it's amazing all the, all the options in real estate. In fact, we talked about that yesterday. I, I don't remember which one I was talking to, but that, you know, you get into real estate and you think that it's, you know, fix and flip, right. You know, that's what you think it is. But my goodness, everything gets really broken down into a multitude of different options. And then when you choose that option, there's a multitude of different options for that. Right. You know, the layers are, are definitely, it just goes on and on doesn't it it's depending Bill Fairman 00:03:14 On market timing, there's all kind of different ways to, Wendy Sweet 00:03:18 And that's the key. My bro is figuring out what's going on. My green bro. That's and he is green today, but it's, it's, that's the key is really figuring out what's going on around you. And what can you do to go into that toolbox and use? What's gonna work for what's happening in that market. Bill Fairman 00:03:41 Neat keeps real estate so interesting is exciting, constantly changing and evolving, but you know what? It's still the same. It's all that's right about the numbers. It's just different ways of tackling it based on different right Wendy Sweet 00:03:54 Markets, basically the same, that's the Jonathan Davis 00:03:56 Similar conversation that we, we had, I think at the last employee luncheon learn or whatever that we had talking about, you were saying the market is cyclical and you know, it's just all these things. And while that's true, the things that throw it, the occurrences that throw it back into that cyclical motion are never the same, Wendy Sweet 00:04:18 Right? Like Jonathan Davis 00:04:19 So good point. It, it keeps happening, but it's never the same thing that, that Wendy Sweet 00:04:23 Pushes it over there. Trigger pushes Jonathan Davis 00:04:24 It back. So that's the exciting part is we know it's cyclical, but we never know what will cause that cyclical motion. Wendy Sweet 00:04:30 Yeah. Yeah. Great point. Bill Fairman 00:04:32 That is true. But the, the majority of the time it's rate related, Jonathan Davis 00:04:40 But what causes the, we had the same, but what causes the rate? It's never the same thing. Bill Fairman 00:04:45 That's Wendy Sweet 00:04:46 Right. Jonathan Davis 00:04:46 We don't say the fed or the fed responding. Bill Fairman 00:04:49 We, we know that the fed doesn't cons doesn't control Wendy Sweet 00:04:52 Mortgage rates. Bill Fairman 00:04:52 Yeah. The fed is always behind it's the market that controls rates. Wendy Sweet 00:04:56 Yeah. Bill Fairman 00:04:57 So Wendy Sweet 00:04:58 Really good stuff. We do Bill Fairman 00:04:59 Have a little bit of breaking news. Speaking of rates, breaking news, the average 30 year fixed rate mortgage dropped to 4.9, 9% for the week. Wendy Sweet 00:05:21 Really? I don't know Bill Fairman 00:05:22 That. Not from 5.3. Oh all the way down to 4 9, 9. Wow. Jonathan Davis 00:05:27 And it was at five, five. What didn't they? Yeah. Wendy Sweet 00:05:30 Brian Maddox said that would happen, Bill Fairman 00:05:32 You know, excuse me. Keep in mind. It's still gonna fluctuate for a while, depending on slow downs and that type of thing. But a lot of people were pulling money back over in stocks and it worked out well. Yeah. Wendy Sweet 00:05:46 Yeah. That's, that's Bill Fairman 00:05:47 Good. At least for some of those folks that have been kind of sitting on the fence and hoping that they wouldn't spend half their life paying their mortgage off. All right. So let's, let's get this show on the road. Yeah. So a while back we were fortunate enough to purchase some self storage. She hasn't told the story. So because it could be fortunate or unfortunate. I'm not sure yet because we, you know, we land in that space and we love the space, you know, why don't we own any yeah. You Wendy Sweet 00:06:23 Know what I mean? Why don't we own Bill Fairman 00:06:24 Everything? So we're, that was cause we couldn't afford it. We're we're dipping our toes always can and, and Wendy is taking the lead on Wendy Sweet 00:06:31 This. Yeah. Taking the lead and the middle and the behind on it. But you know, that's what I said I would do. And that's what I'm doing because the team here is so awesome that I don't even really have to do anything in the loan on the loan side of life anymore, which is sad, but also very exciting. But it opened me up to be able to do this. And you know, our mom, she might not be online now, but she will watch this. And she has seen me all my life. I don't just bite things off to chew. I bite them off bigger than they really need. It's an elephant at every opportunity for me. And, Bill Fairman 00:07:10 And we, we call that jumping in with both Wendy Sweet 00:07:12 Feet. Yeah. Yeah. And, and I always ask myself, why in the world are you doing this? And, but I always land on my feet, thanks to God. And you know, the same thing has happened here. We didn't just buy one storage facility. We had to buy two. And, and I'm so glad that we did though, because they've really been very different in the approach. The reason why we bought them were for really two different things. You know, one, one was a little bit bigger. One was, you know, that one's located closer to us. One's located farther away. It just, it's amazing how the two have reacted differently to what we're doing. And I'm kind of doing the same due diligence for both. But one came out to be a whole lot easier to work with, which is the one we didn't think would be than the one that we thought would be the breeze has turned out to be extremely challenging. Let's Bill Fairman 00:08:17 Let's, let's talk about two. One is more of a conventional way of looking at cell storage all in one Wendy Sweet 00:08:24 Land. Yeah. That's the one in Crossville, Tennessee. Bill Fairman 00:08:27 And then the other one in Mexico, Missouri. Wendy Sweet 00:08:29 Yes. Always wanted to go to Mexico, but not in Missouri, but is, Bill Fairman 00:08:33 Is several parcels, Wendy Sweet 00:08:35 Several parcels. And it's in a downtown neighborhood like it's downtown, but it's split up into four different parcels that are all within a block or two of each other. It didn't have a fence around it. They were painted brown and we'd gone in and were camouflaging them. They were camouflaging 'em they're, you know, not, no good lighting the weeds growing up everywhere. And, and so we we've done the rehab side of that almost complete for, for the most part, you know, with the new gravel and drainage and gutters and painting it. And it, it looks like a completely different place and it's now a hundred percent full. So now we're getting in starting to raise the rates and cuz you don't really wanna be a hundred percent full. You wanna be in the mid nineties Bill Fairman 00:09:33 When this is recorded, we'll leave a link through some before and after Wendy Sweet 00:09:37 Photo shots. Yeah. I forgot to send Scott some pictures of that and Jonathan Davis 00:09:41 You don't wanna be a hundred percent full because if you are, you're Wendy Sweet 00:09:43 Not charging enough. That's exactly right. I'm competitive in the market. Yeah, that's exactly right. It's, I'm glad that I have my hospitality background being in the hotel business and of course have a short term rentals as well because there's things about self storage that are really similar to the hospitality industry. D a little different than your regular long term rental, but very much like your short term, you care about occupancy, you know, driving up the rates on a daily, weekly or monthly basis based on what your occupancy is and what your competitors are doing. When I was in the hotel business, we had one particular hotel in Montgomery, Alabama and comfort in quality in there was a Marriott courtyard and a, a Fairfield all on different corners. And each, each, you know, we were the first ones comfort on that corner. And as everybody built a new hotel, you know, our occupancy was going down. Wendy Sweet 01:10:42 So we would send the other, we knew nights that that other people were gonna fill up first. So we started sending their front desk people pizzas and say, Hey, we have rooms. So I say that because it's important to understand your competition. Yeah. And what they're doing and be on a friendly basis with them because there are plenty of the newer self storage facilities out there that are full. They, or they don't have the sizes that people need and you want them to recommend, you know, us. Yep. You know, cuz I don't mind being number two. It's okay. You know, we can still number two yeah. Or walling in it. So, so that's been, it's been really unique to me in that it's so much like the hotel business and, and the automation from it is really exciting too, because self storage is exploding. So, so all of the vendors that have to do with self storage, you know, they too are exploding and growing and what they're doing, where, you know, you, you can book a unit on your phone and you're key to get in is on your phone. You tell Jonathan Davis 01:11:52 Like you can buy, buy like automated drones that when someone like security drones, when someone's on the property, they will circle and go to that's. Right. Like it, it gets Wendy Sweet 01:12:01 Pretty high tech that's right. It does. Now they're running about $32,000 a pop. So we probably won't be getting any of those anytime soon. Well, but some of the bigger storage, but if you're Bill Fairman 01:12:10 Hanging out around our facility for no reason, you never know, we may have Wendy Sweet 01:12:14 One, you hear that buzz above you. Yeah. That's what we're looking for. But it's, it's, it's just amazing how automated it is. And you know, and another thing too, in self storage, you definitely wanna do that. Cost segregation study and take advantage of the, the, you know, tax opportunities that you're gonna have to be able to do that. So, so it has, you know, sell storage has so many different real estate types that are related to other segments of real estate that you're in. And they kind of all come into this one spot, which is really, to me, it's really exciting. I think Bill Fairman 01:12:53 It's neat. So if you're doing fix and flip and other things and you're having trouble finding contractors and supplies, is it the same for self storage? Wendy Sweet 01:13:03 It's similar, but not as bad, you know, I'm looking for people who can install fences, I'm looking for a painter, I'm looking for masonry guy that can repair that roofers. Jonathan Davis 01:13:16 The things that are really like backed up are windows lumber, Wendy Sweet 01:13:20 Trusses appliance Jonathan Davis 01:13:22 Appliances. Right. Wendy Sweet 01:13:23 So I'm not feeling all that you Jonathan Davis 01:13:26 Concrete slab block and metal Wendy Sweet 01:13:27 That's right. That's exactly right. And even like, you know, our Crossville Tennessee property had T one 11 siding. I had Bill Fairman 01:13:37 No Wendy Sweet 01:13:37 Idea what that is. Well, it's like fake panel. It's like the paneling from the seventies, but it's for the outside of a building. So it's, it's on the, the, you know, where the Eves come to the end. So it's really just on the ends of the building and it's all rotten. It needs to be replaced. And my goal or thought pattern was just to replace it with the same thing. But you know, my roofer comes in and goes, you know, we can replace that siding with metal rather than T one 11. Well, heck yeah. I'd love to have it replaced in metal. It's custom cut. And it's actually a little bit cheaper for us to do it that way and it'll last a lot longer. So, so I'm really, really excited Bill Fairman 01:14:17 By that. So they using the same materials they would use for a metal roof. Wendy Sweet 01:14:19 That's exactly right. And we're getting roofs put on, on some of the Bill Fairman 01:14:23 Building. So corrosion resistant. Wendy Sweet 01:14:24 Exactly. Exactly. So it works. So, but you know, the first thing I did before we bought these is I immersed myself in first of all, the North Carolina self storage association, a dear friend of mine Wende long invited me to accompany him to go. And it was, you know, just one of the best things I ever did. I'm so grateful that he, he directed me to do do that. And then I went to a bigger self storage convention in Las Vegas. You know, my favorite town, everybody knows I hate Las Vegas, but it's called inside self storage. And that was, you know, really, really good with all of the, the classes, the seminars, the vendors, there were, I don't know, 3000, 4,000 people there. It was really big, but very, and it was interesting to see too, who, who, who, who the owners are, you know, who is it? 52% of the people that own self storage is mom and pop, you know, real, similar to single family, burnt out landlords, you know, and that's who you wanna buy your properties from. So Bill Fairman 01:15:34 Smaller multifamily too. Wendy Sweet 01:15:36 Exactly. Exactly. And then you've got, you know, a few co corporations that have, you know, hundreds of facilities and are just doing really, really well. Bill Fairman 01:15:47 And, and a lot of those are now developing new versus trying buy old. Cause it's cheaper to develop than it's to purchase. Wendy Sweet 01:15:54 That's exactly right. And what was, and it Bill Fairman 01:15:57 Functions more like they want it to Wendy Sweet 01:15:58 Function. That's right. And go ahead, Owen, Jonathan Davis 01:16:01 To build on that, you know, looking for, you know, those old box stores where they, you know, I think when we were talking with Fernando angel Luci, you know, they to self storage exclusively, I think you said it saves almost six up to 60% of build costs. If you can just get one of those shells at a decent price and go inside there. So you've seen a lot of people do that. Wendy Sweet 01:16:24 Well, and that's, what's another, you know, we Bill Fairman 01:16:26 Say, so start looking for coals. Yeah. Wendy Sweet 01:16:29 Because they're going down. I'm just kidding. No, no, we love go. Jonathan Davis 01:16:32 But I mean, like I swear, every Kmart is every old Kmart I think is Wendy Sweet 01:16:36 Yeah. Self support. That's so true. That's, that's very true. And the other thing that, that we talked about when we first started this conversation, excuse me, was we talked about how like, its, if you go into fix and flip now, you know, it can be, get broken down into so many different types of things that you're gonna focus on. Well, self storage is the same way you're gonna have, you know, the self storage that doesn't have the fence around it. It's located kind of in a neighborhood it's, you know, low key a C class is what I would call it. Right. Then you've got your self storage that are a little more uppity. They have the fencing and they're really nice. And that kind of thing. Then you go to your, a class, which is your, you know, five, six story, temperature control, you know, Bill Fairman 01:17:26 There's like an office building. Wendy Sweet 01:17:28 Yeah. Yeah. So, so there's variations of that. One of the things that we're really pushing though at this inside cell storage, they really were just starting to talk about RV and boat parking. And you know how you can, if you have solar on the top of your RV cover, you know, if you're gonna build a cover for it, you get a 30% tax abatement for that, that if you're not putting walls on that building, it's not really an improvement. Jonathan Davis 01:17:54 So it's not tax it doesn't add value to the assessment. Wendy Sweet 01:17:58 So you don't, don't have to pay more taxes for that. So there's all kinds of little things that you can look for there. But one of the things that I have really learned when I'm looking at new properties is to really search for properties that have land or, or space a certain amount of space. And you need to understand what you need. Like you're gonna have to have 30 feet all around that space for turnaround and back in and that kind of thing. So you wanna make sure that you have space to be able to add our van boat parking and you don't have to have a cover on it. You just, you know, show 'em where they can park and, and you have no overhead for that, but Bill Fairman 01:18:36 Gravel. Yeah. And that's one of the benefits of not having the big bucks, right. That you're doing or the new development, because they're paying a lot more for the land and they want to utilize it with we'll call it dwellings. Right. But if you're buying a, you know, a mom and pop that's out a little bit, the land was already cheaper. Right. And if they have land there, then you can either have portable units that you can put in there or you can turn it in the boat and RV and Wendy Sweet 01:19:03 Yeah. And the cool thing about the portable units is portables are just that they're portable. So you can put those units in places where your local zoning won't allow you to do any kind of a permanent structure. So you're allowed to add additional space by having those portable units. But really when you sit back and look at the cost of the portable unit, why not turn it into just parking Jonathan Davis 01:19:30 Spot? Yeah. The parking spot. I mean, yeah. It'd be beneficial if you have zoning that has like, you know, you know, offsets that are, you know, extreme, like, you know, like in some places it could be like 50 foot. Yeah. It's like, well, you know, 50 feet's a lot. Well, he can get a lot of portable units and 50 Wendy Sweet 01:19:45 Feet. Yeah. So Jonathan Davis 01:19:46 That, but you know, that, that might be an Bill Fairman 01:19:48 Opportunity gets back to work with what you have. Yeah. Based on the market conditions. That's Jonathan Davis 01:19:55 Exactly right. I saw where some someone said we've seen a lot of seller financing for the smaller self storage facilities on the note side. I mean, yeah. I mean, makes sense. I mean, most of those on the smaller ones are, like you said, owned by mom and pop they're already paid for, they either built to themselves are paid it off or inherited it or whatever the case may be. Right. And they're just looking Bill Fairman 02:20:15 And they're used to the cash flow. Jonathan Davis 02:20:16 Why not continue cash flow? Wendy Sweet 02:20:18 Well, and they're smart enough to know that if they, if they get all that money, they're gonna have to pay uncle Sam right off the back, you know, why not taking in increments? And if, you know, push comes to shove and they're not paying me, I just take the facility back. Bill Fairman 02:20:33 If you go in and improve it and raise the rents. Yeah. And you're not paying, they they've got a place that's worth more money. Wendy Sweet 02:20:39 Yeah. That wouldn't be mad. So, so some of the, the piles of number twos that I stepped in was, but this one turned out to be a good one was I didn't walk the property properly before we closed do that. How do you Jonathan Davis 02:20:57 Walk it Wendy Sweet 02:20:57 Properly? Well, you need to go inside units when you're there. And you should have a map of the units with you when you're doing that. And look for dead space. Like our prop, the property in Mexico, Missouri had 13 more units than we thought. You know, I always love when that, Jonathan Davis 02:21:20 That that's a good, yeah, Wendy Sweet 02:21:21 That's a benefit. They actually didn't have doors on 'em that it was just a building that was empty and it looked like it had doors, but it didn't. So, so that's a, that, that was a plus. But the other thing that it, that it hurt by not walking that property is, you know, when you're looking at a property you're looking for damages and things that you're gonna have to do to, to replace, but by not going into the units, I wasn't able to see the terrible job they did by putting a roof and a ceiling and how some of them were leaking. And there was a lot of masonry things on just the insides of the doors that I would not have noticed. I would've noticed had I opened up those doors and, and walked in. So, so Jonathan Davis 02:22:07 Look at every single unit, Wendy Sweet 02:22:09 I, I would do everything possible to get, get my eyes on every one of 'em. If I could, Bill Fairman 02:22:14 Of course, that's hard to, do you have locks from the owners on those doors? You can't get in to see Wendy Sweet 02:22:18 All yeah, that's true. I mean, it, it takes planning ahead to be able to do that, but plan to be there two or three times to be able to, to stick your head in there. And I know Jonathan Davis 02:22:27 That I talk with Fernando. I mean, they usually, when they go look at a facility they're, it's like a one or two full Wendy Sweet 02:22:34 Day. Yeah. They do a good job of due diligence, Fernando and Luci, their company does a great job, job title wealth. Yeah. They do a great job of due diligence. I, I just love what they're doing. The other thing that I can tell you was a real challenge and it still is. I don't quite have my arms around. It is the property in, in Missouri had a software program in place already called web storage, which isn't one that we stayed with. But the other one Crossville, Tennessee was run by the epitome of good old boy. And they literally kept everything on a sheet of paper. Like when somebody pay, they hand write, 'em a receipt, zero, zero software whatsoever. And it has, it has taken a long time to get all of that uploaded correctly. And they weren't even taking debit cards or, or any kind of credit card. They would take cash only. And I think a lot of that had to do with that under the table thing, but we kinda got that. It's amazing track. Bill Fairman 02:23:44 They have multiple facilities. So if they're doing Wendy Sweet 02:23:47 Multiple, yeah, yeah. That company that we, that would be hard, keep that we purchase that from actually has four other facilities in the area. And they're all being operated the same way. It blows my mind. It's a lot of work. Well somebody's making necessarily work. Bill Fairman 02:24:01 I don't know, know if you don't have to Wendy Sweet 02:24:02 Pay taxes on that gas? Well, when, when we closed on that, there were three people that were five years late or longer three that were, that still had stuff in there. Now we cleaned out a total of 33 units since we've had it. And just a few months of people that were were late, but you know, five years or longer, one guy owned owed $8,000 over $8,000 and, and had never been there. What was his monthly rate? I think he was sitting at 45, 40 $5, Bill Fairman 02:24:34 Takes a while to get to 8,000 balance of Wendy Sweet 02:24:37 $45. And the rates had not been increased in three years. And I mean, it's, it's, it's definitely work in progress. In fact, Alex is there now cleaning out three more units today. So we're working that one. It's it's coming along. So understanding the software and the books and that kind of thing. I mean, what, what I got was printed out on a sheet of paper, but it was all faults. It was just all fault. So that, that was a kind of a, a disappointment. And then the other thing that I've run into is the local government in Tennessee has not been very easy to work with in getting our corporation set up and, you know, so we can get our banking. You know, we bought it with one of our companies that has the word trust, cuz we bought it in a trust and they don't like that word trust. Wendy Sweet 02:25:32 So we've really been going around for almost 45 days now, tell 'em we didn't make that word. I know it's for real. So try just trying to get them to respond to that and get it so we can actually deposit the thousands of dollars in payments that we have sitting on the desk waiting to be deposited is, is kind of frustrating. So those are kind of the, the good, bad and ugly items that I've been dealing with at this point. But I'll tell you, I, you know, I'm really excited about self storage. I'm looking forward to buying two more here real shortly. Bill Fairman 02:26:07 Wait, wait minute. Before you do that, I want to give you an opportunity. Okay. To give the last word, Wendy Sweet 02:26:14 Oh, Bill Fairman 02:26:19 I have to use those graphics whenever I can go ahead. Wendy Sweet 02:26:22 Okay. It's super istic. They SPOC. Bill Fairman 02:26:28 So if you were gonna wrap it up with your last phrase yeah. Instead of the word, what would you do? Wendy Sweet 02:26:33Don't be afraid. Don't be afraid. Bill Fairman 02:26:37 Says the person that jumps in with both feet. Well, Wendy Sweet 02:26:40 And I'm still here. I'm still kicking. I've messed up more than most people have been successful, but you know what? You learn from everything that you do. Bill Fairman 02:26:51 It's called earning why you learned. Yeah. Wendy Sweet 02:26:54 Right? Yeah. The, the thing is, is, you know, you definitely wanna do your homework, but don't let fear stop you. It's just a few more zeros. And I know everybody goes, whoa, but it it's it's it's well worth it. It's exciting. It's doable. Anybody can do this. Yeah. Anybody can do this. You just need to do your homework and hook up with the right people. Bill Fairman 02:27:17 And it is very recession resistant. Wendy Sweet 02:27:19 Yes. Yes. Bill Fairman 02:27:20 It's low maintenance costs. Once you get everything in place and you can automate a whole lot of it, right? Wendy Sweet 02:27:28 Yeah. Oh, this is funny. So I love this question. Where are you buying last? The last two? I don't know. We're looking and that's the other thing too, is we can doesn't really matter where it is. Bill Fairman 02:27:38 We would prefer to be in the Wendy Sweet 02:27:40 Southeast in the Southeast, cuz that's where we are, but it doesn't really matter. But this other question from Alva. Jonathan Davis 02:27:46 Yeah. Elder, I was looking at a mom and pop storage unit in the market is close to one of the corporate storage companies. Should I be afraid? Wendy Sweet 02:27:52 No, no. They've already done all the homework. They've Jonathan Davis 02:27:55 Done the homework, but, and, and again, that's the, the microcosm of what self storage is. It's not a zip code. It's not a county, it's not a city. It is literally a one to three, three mile radius. Wendy Sweet 02:28:07 And your customer is not the same customer that the big corporate storage company has Bill Fairman 02:28:12 Keeping in mind, same customer, the, the big companies they're raising their rates every six months. And you're gonna get people that are saying, all right, I'm done with this. I'm moving to someplace. That's gonna be a little bit cheaper. It may not be as pretty as this one, but we bought just more sense. Jonathan Davis 02:28:30 We bought probably the ugliest storage units. You could Wendy Sweet 02:28:32 Totally the ugliest. That's not what brown on brown, what Jonathan Davis 02:28:36 They look like. It's what's the potential for them. Wendy Sweet 02:28:38 That's right. Bill Fairman 02:28:39 That's Wendy Sweet 02:28:40 Great Bill Fairman 02:28:41 Question. Yeah, no, that, that is, that is a great question. All right, listen, we need to wrap this thing up because we've been Jonathan Davis 02:28:50 Great advice Bill Fairman 02:28:53 Going on and on about this, but we have a lot more, we're gonna do some updates on this as we go forward and let you know what Wendy has stepped in. Because again, she's doing all this for us. So Jonathan Davis 02:29:04 What's the purpose of the last word. If you have it, no matter who gets to, Bill Fairman 02:29:11 Okay. Jonathan is now being cut off, cuz I'm going to this camera. Now Wendy Sweet 02:29:16 Let me get out of the shot. Bill Fairman 02:29:17 Thank you so much for joining us on the real estate investor show. By the way we are speaking in the, at the quest, excuse me, expo in September. We have a link in the chat over there for a 30% discount firm in 30. So check that out once again. Thanks again for joining us on the real estate investor show hard money for real estate investors. We are Carolina capital management. 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Los Angeles takes three of four against Colorado behind stellar starting pitching. Rockies slide back to 11 games under .500 as the August 2 trade deadline approaches. Why is Daniel Bard off the market? How many players will be offloaded before the deadline? Which players should be kept around? Suzie is joined by Brendan before Patrick calls in from San Diego ahead of the Rockies' five-game series with the Padres. Hanging with Big Papi and 8th Graders: Rockies' latest draftees have unique backstories by Patrick Lyons Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robin Goomes went from an unknown name to one of the top women in freeride mountain biking, and she did this almost overnight by backflipping her way into the spotlight…But, before this Kiwi's meteoric rise in the bike world, Robin grew up on a remote island and then entered the military. On Robin's first podcast, we talk about the wild ride she has been on since 2021 and the road she took to being the first female to land a backflip in competition and jumpstarting her career. Harriet Burbage-Smith asks Inappropriate Questions. Robin Goomes Show Notes: 3:30: New to media, her unique upbringing with her mom and sister, and growing up on a dirt bike 14:00: Hanging with the boys, work ethic, moto, BMX, and high school on the mainland 15:00: Sharks, joining the army, and military travel 21:00: Stanley: Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there 10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers; they support action sports more than anyone 23:00: Taking orders, riding mountain bikes in the military and leaving the military, and moving to Rotorua to ride 30:00: Racing DH, peers that push her, Red Bull Formation, Mons Royale “Future Grounds” and being an alternate at the second Red Bull Formation 40:30: Rollerblade: Ski season may be over, but that feeling lasts all year with inline skating Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 42:00: Does she get star struck, not getting to ride at Formation, and how she gets invited to Crankworks 48:00: The 6 backflips heard around the world, learning the trick, sponsors, and Megavalanche 55:00: Audi Nines, is it all a blur, and winning at Crankworks a month ago 50:00: Inappropriate Questions with Harriet Burbage-Smith
Jake & Jess take experiamentital shots of vodka with a little splish of peach schnapps and it went not so great in this episode about plains and planes. Thank you to our patrons Sweet Sam, Jeremy, Mom, Dad, Dani, David, Terry, TJ, Ricky, Abria, and Thomas! Check out our website! www.threeshotsin.com Follow us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/threeshotsinpodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/threeshotsin Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1IppW-Udtz5bM6YYFCbbZw Audea: https://audea.io/three-shots-in Music: Grit & Chips - T-Shirts & Sweats / For The Moment - Almost Here / Red Moon - Etienne Roussel / Murmur - WHENISEEYOUISEEMYSELF
This week host @Jackgreenstalk is joined by the panel of @spartangrown on instagram or email email@example.com (only other accounts are impersonating him) , @Rust.Brandon of @BokashiEarthworks whos products can be found at bokashiearthworks.com , @Zenthanol Matthew gates aka @synchangel on twitter and instagram can be reached at private discord for IPM assistance starting at $1 a month on patreon.com/zenthanol , Kyle breeder seeds can be found pbreeding.com aka @pure_breeding on all social media, @TheAmericanOne on youtube aka @theamericanone_with_achenes on instagram, and returning panelist from the founding days of cheap home grow, Eric R of GreenGoddessSupply.com joins and tells us about theautoflowerstore.com his autoflower seedbank. This week we take chat questions, starting with a dm topic suggestion from @sourdieseltangie on instagram. If you'd like your question or topic answered on the show, and cannot make the live, please send a DM to @JackGreenstalk (preferably on Instagram) for best chance to get your topic suggestion or question to be discussed or answered on the show. This week after about 45 minutes of questions spartan grown comes in a bit late, and we are also joined by our surprise OG guest! good times hanging out with the panel and chat. come back next week, for........ Topics ;) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cheaphomegrow/support
Episode 374: In this episode you'll learn about…Getting results No Matter What. (1:06)The fruits of hunting discomfort. (8:09)Hanging onto past fears. (16:06)When deep in discomfort, get outside support. (26:05)Surrendering when you're in lack. (34:16)Summoning courage for breaking through. (41:13)Grab yourself a copy of his Amazon #1 Best Selling Book, Hunting Discomfort: http://www.HuntingDiscomfort.com
Jimmy and Mike hang out with some Jersey Boys making a lot of noise (didn't mean for that, it won't happen again), America Part Two! We talk all about how the Jersey hardcore-metal scene factors into their eclectic style of music, songwriting, their favorite eats on tour and so much more!! Check out America Part Two on all streaming platforms and their social medias @americaparttwo Get some more helpings of BIMP at http://www.patreon.com/baconismypodcast Find everything else BIMP: Twitter: @BaconisMyPod Instagram: @BaconisMyPod Facebook: www.facebook.com/baconismypod And of course our website: www.baconismypodcast.com Want some visual Bacon is My Podcast? Check out this episode and all others on Strangerhood TV on YouTube. www.strangerhoodtv.com and make sure to check out all the other great content on the channel! Get additional BIMP content at www.patreon.com/baconismypodcast We're proudly sponsored by Manscaped and when you use the promo code BACONPOD at manscaped.com you'll get 20% your entire order! Don't forget to use the promo code BACON at our sponsors DrinkWildBills.com, PodDecks.com and GrillYourAssOff.com for 10% off your order! #podcast #baconismypassion #strangerhoodtv #youtubechannel #youtubepodcast #cravingstrange #somethingheavy #betterthanradio #baconismypodcast #poweredbypoddecks
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Unfortunately Doug was involved in a severe motorcycle accident and has with multiple surgeries with a long road to recovery. He's def lucky to be alive and my upcoming trip to Philly. Well as always, thanks again peeps and don't forget to subscribe. Appreciate ya, enjoy and thanks for listening!Episode NoteHanging out with Holmberg from KUPD's Holmberg's Morning Sickness. Well as always, thanks again peeps and don't forget to subscribe. Appreciate ya, enjoy and thanks for listening!Check me out on YouTube on the Jose Meza channel.
"We'll burn that bridge when we get to it." Our FSHD dad lets rip with his thoughts and opinions on all things FSHD in a whirlwind discussion with Dr. Jones trying to keep up. And bears; a little bit on bears. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message
Interviews with Tommy Hunter and Chris Bassitt! We ask Hunter about his first career hit, returning from injury, playing for Buck Showalter and Judo. Bassitt talks to us about his basketball career and deep repertoire. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Clement is hanging out with the first citizen of Johannesburg, Dr Mpho Phalatse as they reflect on her upbringing, career as a medical doctor and her journey in becoming the first democratically elected woman Executive Mayor of Johannesburg.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's Ball & Chain, Rebecca and Steve recap her trip to LA for the ESPYS with their oldest daughter. Rebecca then talks about the unique hotel room she stayed at during a speaking engagement in Nevada. While Steve "hangs up and listens". All that plus Viewer Mail on the 217th edition of the Ball & Chain Podcast.
Episode 95 features Dr. Andrew Pichardo, head strength and conditioning coach at Tyler Legacy High School in Tyler, Texas. Coach Pichardo talks about his journey towards earning his doctorate, being a published coach and educator, some neck training, and more! Make sure to follow Coach P on Twitter & check out his publications as well! Before we jump into today's episode, just a few housekeeping things: Remember to follow the show on Twitter @hwcnpodcast & share this episode or any that you find value in! Don't forget to rate & review to help grow the show! If you're in the Dallas area and are looking for some fantastic custom cookies that look almost too good to eat, check out Texas Treaties! Podcast listeners can use a special 10% off promo! Use the code PODCAST at checkout! The link to order will be in the show notes! https://tinyurl.com/7z5u6ebk #cookies #gourmetcookies #gourmet Are you trying to step up your men's wear game? Then Etiquette Don is the best choice! Etiquette Don is a truly custom apparel company that will have you looking like a sharp-dressed man. Check out www.etiquettedoncustomapparel.com for more information. Make sure to follow them on Instagram & Tik-Tok @etiquette_don as well! #fashion #menswear #suit #sharpdressedman #custommenswear #customsuits #customclothes #clothes When you need a coffee that works as hard as you do or is as strong as your squat, bench or deadlift is, then I suggest checking out Viking Coffee Company! Podcast listeners use the code COFFEEWITHNOONAN for a 10% discount on single purchases, not subscriptions! Check out www.vikingcoffeeco.com for more details and to order the official coffee of the Hangin' With Coach Noonan podcast. Drink coffee. Work Hard. #coffee #drinkcoffee #workhard #vikingcoffee #coffee If you're looking for a quick and effective way to keep your weight room and/or locker room sanitized check out @XanigoSprayer Bacteria can grow anywhere. The Freedom Sprayer goes with you so you can keep your athletes protected wherever you go! #BacteriaStinks https://xanigo.com/ Let them know Coach Noonan sent you for a discount! Enjoy today's episode with Coach Andrew Pichardo. Music By https://pixabay.com/music/id-111863/ #texas #strengthcoach #strengthandconditioning #coaching #business #relationship #strength #hwcn #podcast #wednesdaywisdom #protectyourneck #publication #doctorate #doctor #education #soccer #football --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hwcp-podcast/support
Spencer Gore joins #Clockedin with Jordan Edwards shares his story about creating EMJ and meeting Prince Charles! Spencer founded EMJ back in 2012. The company is now regarded as one of Europe's leading digital health communication companies with a database of well over 1.2 million healthcare professionals and relationships with all of the top 20 pharma companies in the World. After 10 years of hard work EMJ has made it to 60th on The Times 100 list of the fastest growing businesses in the UK.Spencer is a serial entrepreneur who loves innovation. Over a 20+ year period he has launched 7 different businesses. Working in television, travel, publishing, recruitment, sport & healthcare he has gained a range of well-rounded leadership skills that I've applied to all my businesses.A multiple award winner, including the Queens Award and recently voted Entrepreneur of the Year at the BDA's 50th annual awards night.Spencer loves helping create gold medal winners whose values are completely aligned and who are determined to constantly improve themselves. To Learn more about Spencer Gore:To Learn about Spencer Gore: https://www.linkedin.com/in/spencergore/To Learn about Roles at EMJ: https://www.emjreviews.com/Hope you find value in this. If so please provide a 5-star and drop a review. Complimentary Edwards Consulting Session: https://calendly.com/jordan-555/intro-call
My guest for this episode is Jumaane Smith. Jumaane is kickin' it old school. As the lead trumpet player for Michael Buble, Jumaane has toured the world playing in sold-out concert halls and packed stadiums. His playing combines the lyricism of the old masters with some modern-day swagger. Jumaane can bring the heat with his horn, or he can make it sweet with his smooth vocals. Because no matter what he does, it's always about the music. Check out what Jumaane has to say about how it feels to play with Michael Buble, ways to hear yourself onstage, learning to play by feel, his influences, the benefits of singing, the lessons he's learned working with great vocalists, dealing with the haters, his favorite musical setting, gratitude, change, developing as a trumpet player, a melodic approach to lead trumpet playing, the current state of jazz, the impact of Wynton Marsalis, what it takes to become a great player, his approach to practice, why practice should be consistent and efficient, and so much more! So pour yourself a big glass, pull up a chair, and let the hang begin! -------------------------------------------------------------- Jumaane Smith's official webpage: https://www.jumaanesmith.com/ Catch Jumaane on tour with Michael Buble: https://www.michaelbuble.com/?frontpage=true Sound like a million bucks without breaking the bank with Barkley Microphones: http://barkleymic.com/ Let Vennture Mouthpieces help you on your search for the perfect mouthpiece. Use the code "TRUMPETGURUS21" to get 10% off your purchase: https://www.vennture.mp/ If you play hard, you need to make sure you show your chops some love with Robinson's Remedies products: bit.ly/ChopLove Let Jose help you master your mental game: bit.ly/MindfulnessSecrets ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:03:01 How it feels to play with Michael Buble 00:08:31 Ways to hear yourself onstage 00:10:17 Learning to play by feel 00:16:38 His influences 00:17:48 The benefits of singing 00:21:03 The lessons he's learned working with great vocalists 00:24:22 Dealing with the haters 00:28:52 His favorite musical setting 00:30:42 Gratitude 00:34:40 Change 00:35:52 Developing as a trumpet player 00:39:51 A melodic approach to lead trumpet playing 00:41:23 The current state of jazz 00:48:46 The impact of Wynton Marsalis 00:55:02 What it takes to become a great player 00:59:22 His approach to practice 01:03:13 Why practice should be consistent and efficient 01:07:11 Sound Off 01:11:10 Geared Up 01:18:05 The importance of troubleshooting skills 01:19:07 Rapid Fire Round --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetrumpetgurus/support
Hey Nerdos! Today we bring you the first episode of Hanging with Homies, where Josh and Miles just hang out and discuss whatever comes up. Fireworks, what songs get stuck in our heads, the work of Guillermo del Toro and so much more. Enjoy Do you love our show? Then why not grab some merch on Threadless store. FNBN.threadless.com Follow us on social media on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FNBN4U Twitter https://twitter.com/FNBNPodcast Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fnbn4u/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyb-lIoxzwVKL7OhMEb2c8A/ Theme by Teknoaxe https://www.facebook.com/Teknoaxe
Real hobbits arrive at the Prancing Pony, as Alan and Shawn welcome Billy Boyd and Dominic Monaghan (better known as Pippin and Merry) for our season finale! We talk about their time working on Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings movies, their new podcast The Friendship Onion, and everything in between. They digress along with us on friendship, favorite podcasts, tinned oysters, cowboy hats, and a lot more. All this plus hilarious stories from their many years as friends, and experienced advice for the cast of Amazon's The Rings of Power series. Warning: some mature language.
Sam Parr (@TheSamParr) and Shaan Puri (@ShaanVP) talk with Producer Ben (@BenWilsonTweets) about his surprise phone call with YouTube sensation, Mr. Beast, the power of hypnosis, and ambitious people, ----- Links: * Mr. Beast * Intro.co * Grace Smith * Aviator Nation * Write Like Shaan * Do you love MFM and want to see Sam and Shaan's smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. * Want more insights like MFM? Check out Shaan's newsletter. ----- Show Notes: (18:15) - Intro.co and Hypnosis (29:30) - Aviator Nation (38:05) - Shaan's mother's immigration story (48:30) - People who follow through (58:10) - Hanging out with ambitious people (01:02:35) - Thoughts on Pieter Levels podcast ----- Past guests on My First Million include Rob Dyrdek, Hasan Minhaj, Balaji Srinivasan, Jake Paul, Dr. Andrew Huberman, Gary Vee, Lance Armstrong, Sophia Amoruso, Ariel Helwani, Ramit Sethi, Stanley Druckenmiller, Peter Diamandis, Dharmesh Shah, Brian Halligan, Marc Lore, Jason Calacanis, Andrew Wilkinson, Julian Shapiro, Kat Cole, Codie Sanchez, Nader Al-Naji, Steph Smith, Trung Phan, Nick Huber, Anthony Pompliano, Ben Askren, Ramon Van Meer, Brianne Kimmel, Andrew Gazdecki, Scott Belsky, Moiz Ali, Dan Held, Elaine Zelby, Michael Saylor, Ryan Begelman, Jack Butcher, Reed Duchscher, Tai Lopez, Harley Finkelstein, Alexa von Tobel, Noah Kagan, Nick Bare, Greg Isenberg, James Altucher, Randy Hetrick and more. ----- Additional episodes you might enjoy: • #224 Rob Dyrdek - How Tracking Every Second of His Life Took Rob Drydek from 0 to $405M in Exits • #209 Gary Vaynerchuk - Why NFTS Are the Future • #178 Balaji Srinivasan - Balaji on How to Fix the Media, Cloud Cities & Crypto * #169 - How One Man Started 5, Billion Dollar Companies, Dan Gilbert's Empire, & Talking With Warren Buffett • #218 - Why You Should Take a Think Week Like Bill Gates • Dave Portnoy vs The World, Extreme Body Monitoring, The Future of Apparel Retail, "How Much is Anthony Pompliano Worth?", and More • How Mr Beast Got 100M Views in Less Than 4 Days, The $25M Chrome Extension, and More