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Chatting RHONJ, RHOM and so much more. Ya girl is back! And I've brought a fun friend with hot takes and great chit chat. Elle Murasaki (@housewivesandchitchat) known for viral housewives content and her housewives recaps, is here eith hot takes and all the knowledge of what's going on in the Bravosphere. And beyond because we even talk some HGTV rumors and scandals because why not. here's to a good time! Elle has joined Patreon for a potomac recap. More bonus content available there to dig in deeper into the mess. https://www.patreon.com/Mixingwithmani?utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator also I'm on Etsy now! Bravo and Basic is what I'm labeling it as. Check out VPR inspired and snarky things at https://www.etsy.com/shop/MixingWithMani?fbclid=PAAaalefDOnicYdJ4MyFDKYVYncwjrtPPXfBewITGmohC3wdtC-cmp5R7-OU4&load_webview=1&bid=yQpM6-jCKLNrPhUw-WnxLfOMtu-E Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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New shows on tonight, The Lost Weekend: A Love Story is out, they are going to build a life size Barbie house on HGTV, Tekashi 69 got beat up, the bomb cyclone is destructive, it's time to play a game of the most googled words we commonly misspell, there is a personal spa day called an “everything shower,” and Vinnie reads your texts!
..AND FOR GOOD REASON! Kennedy Taylor might be known as one of Saratoga's newest "up and coming" designers, but the truth is she's already been at it for over a decade. She's got an impressive resume and an eclectic style, a key to her favorite bar downtown and a beautiful new storefront-slash-studio called Motif. On this regular afternoon, she's the cohost of The Buttonista Show talking way more than just stylish interiors and what's trending. Listen to the show to laugh with us and learn a thing or two, too.EPISODE NOTES:An interior clean: a cheat code during the 90-day dry spell at Hoffman Car Wash (0:20)Nobody Asked Me, But... (2:07)Kennedy's new Saratoga digs (6:44)The thing with wood stoves (7:30)What our guest has in common with Paris Hilton (13:53)Thoughts on HGTV shows (25:40)Taylor Energy (44:36)The scoop on the Riggi residence (55:33)Roast or Toast presented by Her Rock Jewelry (1:01:18)This show is best enjoyed with a Miller Lite. Stay tuned for all new episodes out each and every Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. You can follow along with Kennedy and view her design work at @studiokdesign_ on Instagram.
This week, we have the pleasure of hosting Mary Beth Anderson as our guest. In addition to being the accomplished producer behind several popular TV shows including HGTV's Brother vs Brother, Restored by the Fords, My Lottery Dream Home, Design Star, and Good Bones, Mary Beth is the fearless leader behind Ballard's new TV show, Design School, set to launch on QVC+ on March 24th hosted by our very own Caroline! Mary Beth provides an overview of what viewers can expect from Design School, and how it differs from her previous projects (we think this will be her favorite). She shares some fun behind-the-scenes information about her experience producing design TV, and some of her favorite moments from taping. Get ready for some decorating dilemmas and much more to be on a TV channel near you, very soon. What You'll Hear on This Episode: What was the genesis of the TV show? How can we watch it? Will some of my favorite podcast guests be on the TV show? What is the format of the show, and how is it different from the typical makeover show? Format of the show and how it's different from a makeover show. Mary Beth walks us through the process of filming and some of the logistical hurdles. Some of the team's favorite moments from the show. How did they find the homes and designers featured in the show? How did the experience of shooting this project differ from other property projects? What is the future of design TV? What is the story behind the great “cocktail table takeaway”? Mentioned in This Episode: Ballard Designs Mary Beth Anderson QVC+
As Hurricane Ian slammed into Southwest Florida, the majority of the residents at Babcock Ranch chose to shelter in place. The resilient design of their town was about to be put to the ultimate test. Despite massive devastation in surrounding communities – damage at Babcock Ranch was minimal. Residents never lost power. They never lost water. They never lost internet. And luck had nothing to do with it. Babcock Ranch has factored storm safety into all development decisions to create a town that is resilient by design. Speakers Jennifer Languell President/Owner, Trifecta For more than 25 years, Dr. Jennifer Languell has championed the implementation of green building and sustainable development principles within the construction industry. She is called upon by leading builders and developers to help them develop strategies to achieve their sustainability and resilience goals by creating more resource-efficient, healthy and durable projects. For her work, Dr. Languell and Trifecta have received numerous awards from government and industry organizations such as the Urban Land Institute, National Association of Home Builders, Center for Sustainable Florida, and the Florida Green Building Coalition. Her knowledge and leadership in the area of sustainability have made her a sought-after subject matter expert for the media in outlets such as BusinessWeek, CNN Headline News, HGTV, NPR and CNBC. Dr. Languell was also selected as a technical advisor and star for the Discovery Channel's environmental series Discovery Project Earth. Dr. Languell serves in leadership roles with many non-profit organizations that are involved with green building and sustainability. She is Certified Woman Owned Business, Certified Residential Contractor CRC#1330049, a past President of the Florida Green Building Coalition., a LEED Accredited Professional, USGBC Green Rater, Class 1 Certified Energy Rater, NAHB Verifier, Certified Green Professional, Certifying Agent with the Florida Green Building Coalition and she currently serves as the chair of the board for Babcock Neighborhood Schools. Lucienne Pears Vice President of Economic & Business Development, Kitson Babcock, LLC. In her role as Vice President of Economic & Business development, Lucienne strives to create a sustainable economy in Babcock Ranch. She grew up in rural upstate New York, graduated from Salisbury University on Maryland's eastern shore studying environmental science and urban planning. Living in SW Florida since 2002, Lucienne spent nearly a decade consulting on land development projects. In 2009 Lucienne shifted her focus to economic development, committed to improving the lives and opportunities of residents. During her years in Charlotte County's EDO, Lucienne was recognized twice (2017 & 2018) as one of the Top 50 Economic Developers in North America by Consultant Connect, a consortium of site selection consultants, economic developers, and industry CEOs. She has also been honored as a Person to Watch by Florida Trend magazine. Under Lucienne's leadership, the EDO secured several key commitments: the sale of Murdock Village, over $2 billion in capital investment in Charlotte County, and over $3.2 million in grant funding for infrastructure improvements to support economic development. Since joining Kitson & Partners in 2018, Lucienne has been a key teammate in attracting projects and funding to Babcock Ranch, including securing $7M in funding from the FL legislature for the construction of a regional emergency shelter. In addition to attracting primary employers to create jobs in keeping with he Babcock Ranch vision for sustainability, Lucienne also works to support and grow the existing business community and focuses on long-term strategies to keep Babcock Ranch at the cutting edge of Innovation.
The Mom's Organization Motivation Podcast
Need a little kitchen update or major reno? Camille Finan is going to tell us how to get that form and function!The kitchen is the heart of the home, as they say, and my talented guest, author, podcast host, CEO of Kitchen Remodel Rockstar, and host of the Ugly Kitchen Challenge is sharing 7 things we should have in every modern kitchen, why she's not a fan of lazy Susan's (This one got me!), and why HGTV inspo might not be so realistic. WHAT?!? Highlights from this episode:(02:31) What's your budget? What's your goal?(07:25) Designing from the inside out(10:15) The do's and don'ts of kitchen design(12:10) Lazy Susan controversy (16:24) The right drawers for your kitchen Mentioned on this episode:KitchenRemodelRockstar.com@dream_kitchen_coachThe Kitchen Sink Podcast I loved this episode and Camille's thoughtful advice. If it's helpful for you, share it with your besties, tag us on social, and tell us your favorite idea she shared! Helpful Links:Book your VIRTUAL Organizing Session with me today! Here's my 3 E's Checklist for getting organized. Grab my book on Kindle, Paperback, Hardcover, or the Audiobook NOW on Amazon:I'VE GOT YOU, GIRLFRIEND!Why Getting Organized & Living This Mom Life is NOT a Solo Mission SUBSCRIBE to the Mom's Organization Motivation YouTube Channel here. For more resources to organize and style your busy life in 3 simple steps, checkout EverythingWithStyle.com, listen to my FREE Masterclass, and connect with me on Instagram @everythingwithstylemom for some organization motivation!
How does living room design add value to a home? That's the question the HGTV star designers are tasked with solving on this week's episode of "Rock the Block." For this competition, host Ty Pennington challenges the teams to renovate the entry area, living room, and guest powder room in their respective houses. Guest judges Mina Starsiak Hawk of "Good Bones" and Jenn Todryck of "No Demo Reno" stop by to evaluate the designers' work and determine who added the most appraised value to their home. The winning team harnesses the beauty of the Colorado landscape while also curating a feeling of luxury and comfort in their living room. So which duo comes out on top? Listen now to find out, and hear us discuss what we loved and loathed about the designs this week. Be sure to subscribe to “House Party” on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts so you have access to new episodes right when they publish. And please: Throw us a five-star rating if you like what you hear. The more good ratings and reviews we have, the easier it is for people to find us. Want to chime in? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or tweet us @housepartypod on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Authentically Detroit spent 313 Day discussing the housing crisis. Donna sat down with Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas, the stars of HGTV's Bargain Block, plus Tansley Stearns, President & CEO of Community Financial Credit Union (CFCU). The group discussed Bargain Block & CFCU's new partnership, which intends to make home buying more attainable for Detroiters!FOR HOT TAKES:VACANT HOMES VS. HOMELESSNESS IN CITIES AROUND THE U.S. STATE OPENS VOUCHER WAITING LIST FOR 61 COUNTIES. WHAT TO KNOW.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
The Kitchen and Bath Show just took place in Las Vegas. During this episode, we dive into the emerging kitchen and bath trends for 2023. Although we weren't able to attend, we got the inside scoop from friends who were there in person. Listen to this episode to hear their takeaways and what we are most excited about this year. KEY TAKEAWAYS: You don't know what you don't know, so stay close to an interior designer who keeps up with the latest innovations. Pandemic-driven trends are still strong-wellness, organic textures and materials, and the expanding kitchen are all trends that are here for a while. Color is back! When considering a kitchen or bath, new build, or renovation, consider bringing brave pops of color to your cabinets and appliances. RESOURCE LINKS: Kandrac & Kole Website Kandrac & Kole on Instagram Kandrac & Kole on YouTube The High Point Market High Point Market Insiders Tour BIO: Kandrac & Kole was voted one of Atlanta's Top 20 Residential Interior Designs by the Atlanta Business Chronicle and has been featured on HGTV as well as in The New York Times, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Better Homes & Gardens, Southern Home Magazine, and many others as well as participants of the One Room Challenge Spring 2020. Kandrac & Kole has established a well-known reputation for their approachable, dynamic personalities, signature use of color and pattern, and one-of-a-kind, custom designs. As industry experts for residential and commercial design, Joann Kandrac & Kelly Kole share upbeat and entertaining narratives regarding their design projects, travels, and personal stories on their popular blog, their podcast, and via national speaking engagements. Joann and Kelly's love and commitment to the power of interior design also extends towards their charity work throughout the U.S. and Guatemala. SPONSOR: The High Point Market High Point is the largest home furnishings market in the country, and we highly recommend you attend. Registration is now open for the upcoming April market. If you are with the trade and you are not familiar or comfortable tackling High Point on your own, then be sure to register for the free Insiders Tour. This year they are doing something different, and there will be three half-day tours on Friday, April 21st and a full-day tour on Saturday, April 22nd. We will be hosting a curated tour complete with lunch on Saturday, so be sure to sign up here: https://www.highpointmarket.org/InsidersTour
This episode's guest is Maria Pendolino! Maria Pendolino was born and raised in Buffalo, NY and started her acting career at the tender age of 11, desperately trying to be Brigitta in every local community theatre production of "The Sound of Music" while scream-singing "Phantom" and "Les Mis" in her parent's basement. After working in TV, theatre and film, Maria began working in voiceover and has been at home behind the mic ever since. You can hear her signature youthful & conversational voice in spots for Geico, Glad Trash Bags, Xfinity and more. She's also proudly one of the admins of the Disabled Voice Actors Database that launched in December 2022. Maria and her husband Eric reside just outside of Buffalo with their four rescue tuxedo cat floofs, and their fun fact is that they were on an episode of HGTV's House Hunters. Twitter, Instagram & TikTok: @mariapendo Websites Voicebymaria.com Bluewavevoiceover.com Disabledvoiceactors.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tim-heller/support
Don't forget to subscribe, leave a rating and a 5-star review. If you leave a 5-star rating and review, send me an email email@example.com and I'll send you a free training on finding and analyzing properties.Welcome to the Closing Day. During these episodes we'll help you close out your week strong with a short clip from a previous episode that you can learn from.In this clip,Page Turner (Episode 108) bringing benefits other than money to deals, her HGTV show Fix My Flip and more. This is a clip you definitely want to hear. If you want to hear the full episode click here.Buy our merch- https://blackrealestatedialogue.com/collections/allAccess all of our resources on our website- https://www.blackrealestatedialogue.com
“House Party” is the official Realtor.com® podcast about the overlapping worlds of home and pop culture, hosted by Rachel Stults and Natalie Way. Click the player above to hear our take on this week's hot topics. We're all in on season four of "Rock the Block," the home renovation competition that pits teams of HGTV stars against one another to build a house from scratch and add as much value to the property as possible. This time around, the showdown takes place in the idyllic mountain town of Berthoud, CO, and the designers are tasked with overhauling 5,000-square-foot mansions using a budget of $250,000. It's "Rock the Block": luxury edition, and we couldn't be more excited to recap the season and watch the drama unfold. This week is technically kitchens week, but the designers are also tasked with renovating the dining room, pantry, and mudroom. On top of that, host Ty Pennington sends the HGTV stars on a hot air balloon design challenge that takes the competition to new heights. Jenny and Dave Marrs, stars of "Fixer to Fabulous," are brought in to judge the final designs and choose a winning team based on their decision to build not one but two kitchens. Which design duo comes out on top? We discuss it all on this week's episode of "House Party." Watch "Rock the Block" on HGTV or Discovery+ Be sure to subscribe to “House Party” on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts so you have access to new episodes right when they publish. And please: Throw us a five-star rating if you like what you hear. The more good ratings and reviews we have, the easier it is for people to find us. Want to chime in? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or tweet us @housepartypod on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are you an HGTV, interior design or home furnishing bobo? LFE's got you on this one. The fantastically talented Becca Schwartzbauer-- owner of Grey Duck Staging, and from the cast of HGTV's Renovation 911-- requested agave spirits AND palomas, so she came ready to play. Here are some topics that furnish this episode:#️⃣Modern social media pet peeves
Embrace the Pivot with Dr. Cheryl Robinson
When pivoting, it's easy to second guess yourself or make excuses why you shouldn't do something. Karin Taylor, founder of Mandalay Farms, shares how to keep moving forward without knowing what's to come. South Florida's Karin Taylor does it all. She's a single mother of five, just launched a series of podcasts and is founder and owner of Mandalay Farms, a private oasis where you can connect and interact with a variety of animal ambassadors. The 20-acre property in Jupiter Farms, Florida is home to a Noah's Ark like menagerie of over 70 domesticated and exotic animals including horses, donkeys, pigs, kangaroos, goats, emus, otters, a variety of birds, lemurs, porcupines, and an assortment of reptiles. Taylor worked as a model and actress. She got her start as a dancer at Walt Disney World in the Electric Light Parade and launched her modeling career at the age of 18 when she was discovered by the Ford Modeling Agency in Miami Beach. Her career really took off after she posed as June's Playboy Playmate in 1996, an experience she describes as positive, respectful, and a place she found lifelong friendships. After Playboy, Karin went on to land guest starring roles on “Baywatch” and “Malcolm & Eddie”. She guest hosted for E! Entertainment Television, appeared on HGTV's “Smart Design,” and in Horace Brown's music video for the song “Things We Do for Love.” Taylor discovered the healing power of animals after the loss of her daughter, Hunter, to Trisomy 13. A few years later, she purchased the 20-acre property, now known as Mandalay Farms, to mark a new chapter in her life and connect with her children through horses. It was the tranquility of the farm and healing power of the horses that inspired her to learn more about equine therapy. That lead to her being certified in Equine Assisted Learning (EAL). She also founded the nonprofit Mandalay Farms Zoological Society to serve at-risk youth, children in foster care, and individuals with special needs through science-based animal interventions.' Taylor is now also taking on yet another venture with the launch of several podcasts. Her goal is empowering women who are on their own individual journeys. Some of her first guests included former Playboy Playmate Ulrika Ericsson and second wife of former President Donald Trump Marla Maples – both women who shared their own journeys of life's transitions. For more information on Mandalay Farms, please visit MandalayFarms.com and follow them on Instagram @mandalayfarms and Facebook @MandalayFarms where Taylor frequently posts news about happenings at the farm, as well as animal photos and videos.
Today my guest is Nicolle from Our Tiny Nest. Nicolle lives in upstate NY with her husband and two kids. WHAT YOU WILL HEAR ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE: - How we know each other - Her blog and how it morphed from a Mommy Blog to a Lifestyle Blog - Chickens & Gardening - Nicolle was on HGTV's “Martha Knows Best” LINKS https://www.news10.com/news/local-family-to-be-featured-on-martha-stewarts-new-hgtv-series/ CONNECT WITH NICOLLE Blog: https://www.ourtinynest.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ourtinynest Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/nikkidoo713 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ourtinynest Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ourtinynest CONNECT WITH ME: Blog: https://www.livinglargeinasmallhouse.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livinglargeinasmallhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/livinglargeinasmallhouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/livinglargeinasmallhouse YouTube: https://www.youtube/c/livinglargeinasmallhouse Email: email@example.com There are affiliate links in these notes. I may receive a small commission at no cost to you if you choose to use them. You can find my full disclosure policy HERE
A lot of people watch HGTV and know about flipping houses, but many people do not know about land flipping. In this episode, Peter will teach us the basics of land flipping and talk about the profits that can come from it.Follow Peter Reese on Instagram @reesepeter and his podcast platform @turningprofitpeteFollow @moneyvisionu on Instagram and Tiktok
How would you like some more breathing room at home? Holly Blakey is a home organizer (and creator of Breathing Room Home) who specializes in creating calm spaces that you love to live in. As owner of Breathing Room Home, she's been transforming client's spaces for over 9 years, specializing in creating beautiful and practical systems that help families simplify their lives. She has a product line with Sugar Paper LA, and has appeared in Real Simple, Domino, Goop, GMA, Good Housekeeping, HGTV and People. On today's episode, you'll hear about Holly's journey to embracing simplicity in her home, organization hacks to help conquer all the mess, tips for creating calmer spaces and much more… -------------------------------Links Discussed in This EpisodeOrder a Copy of Minimalist Moms: Living and Parenting with SimplicityConnect with Holly:@breathing.room.organizationPinterest: breathingroomhomeShow Notes for EP265: Decluttering for Calmer Spaces in Your HomeEnjoy this Podcast?Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With SimplicityQuestions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher.Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.If you enjoyed today's episode of the Minimalist Moms Podcast, then hit subscribe and share it with your friends!Episode Sponsors |The Minimalist Moms Podcast would not be possible without the support of weekly sponsors. Choosing brands that I believe in is important to me. I only want to recommend brands that I believe may help you in your daily life. As always, never feel pressured into buying anything. Remember: if you don't need it, it's not a good deal!Living Proof | Visit LivingProof.com/minimalist and use code minimalist to get a free travel size dry shampoo with your purchase of forty-five dollars or more! Alo Moves | For a limited time, Alo Moves is offering my listeners, a free 30-day trial PLUS – get this - 50% off an annual membership. But you can only get it by going to ALOMOVES.COM and use code MINIMALIST in all caps. Earth Breeze | Minimalist Mom listeners can subscribe and save 40%! Go to earthbreeze.com/minimalist to get started! ZocDoc | Visit zocdoc.com/minimalist to find doctors and specialists in your area for FREE!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/minimalist-moms-podcast2093/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Traci Schubert Barrett was one of the founding team members of national cable television network HGTV. After thirty years of experience in corporate America, Traci began to wonder, what if there's more to our vocational lives than success? In a leap of faith, she quit her executive job and went on a soul-searching journey. Today, Traci is an entrepreneur, podcast host, speaker, author and executive coach who helps others in their search for meaning beyond success. Her new book, WHAT IF THERE'S MORE? FINDING SIGNIFICANCE BEYOND SUCCESS shares the details of her soul- searching journey that led her to where she is today and equips readers to do the same. Traci lives with her husband and two daughters in Nashville, Tennessee.
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“If you study and get to know the community you're building in, the culture, the people who live in the community and what they are interested in, you have the power and can do whatever you want with design.” -Carmine Sabatella Today I am super excited to interview my friend and associate Carmine Sabatella. He is a design extraordinaire who has worked with me on past projects and flips. He is a Real Estate Agent, Flipper and owner of the companies CSDomains and The Sabatella Group. CS Domains specializes in restoration and renovation of old historic homes. He is the host of the hit TV show Inside Out on HGTV which is currently in its second season. He is a renowned designer who has transpired the lives and businesses of many people and clients. He is a speaker, educator, host and has presented at my FIBI Pasadena meeting early 2023. Carmine Sabatella: Successfully worked in the restaurant business before existing and switching to a career in real estate. With a background in interior design and landscape architecture, which was his hobby for 20 years, he dove head first into residential home design in 2015. His love for design has led him into rehabbing architecturally preserved homes from the 1800's to the 1960's. His work ethic, expertise and integrity has named him in the top 1% of the Compass network and rated amongst the top Producers in the Pasadena Office. TOPICS COVERED IN THE EPISODE How Carmine transitioned from the restaurant business to real estate How to surrender into a new career path Can you create your own environment The pros of social media How Carmie manages and uses his social media platforms How does social media engage success Why you should brand your content for consistency How to maintain recognition The importance of sharing valuable information What it means to work with your people How to strengthen your relationships How Carmine and Christina worked together and found solutions Design do's and don'ts Where should your money really go and working with a tight budget What elevates the project Are we in a stabilized market What is the value of clear integrity How to maintain your standards Know your demographic Taming your ego is important in this business Why you should always be learning Listen now and find out how Carmine found his Real Estate Breakthrough! The Real Estate Breakthrough Show with Christina Suter is where we talk about the reality of real estate, the mindset you need and the tips and tricks to get you moving forward in investing. Join us every other week and learn everything you need to know to invest in real estate on Youtube, iTunes, Spotify, and more. You can watch Mario's interview on Youtube here. Find out more about Carmine here: Website CarmineSabatella.com Instagram @RealDesignCarmine
Steph and Steph get back on the topic of fish fry's, talk to Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis from HGTV's Unsellable Houses, and analyze the TikTok sushi bake trend!
Real Estate Investing For Professional Men & Women
First, the boring stuff: I started in 2007, timing my career perfectly to the real estate crash that shook the entire world. Sputtering along after a whopping 4 whole transactions my first year, I almost left the industry. Three years later, I built a team of seven and helped over 200 families sell that year. In 2011, I became CEO of a small startup office, growing it to 2.5 times as large as our competitors. In 2019, I founded The Works Coaching, Inc. and in 2020 partnered up with Gary Wilson and the GIA Team. I am now honored and blessed to coach some of the best Realtors in the industry. Now, the good stuff: I've lived in over 60 different houses in 6 different states and I'm not military, we just flipped houses before HGTV ever coined the term. I sing loud and off-key, write and tell Moth stories. I am lucky enough to be married to the man of my dreams, survived raising two kids, and now get to enjoy spoiling the two, soon to be three of the smartest and bestest grandchildren in the entire world. My family is crazy, my friends are crazier, and I, like everyone else, am just a work in process. Someday I hope to get it right. What You Will Learn: Who is Gina M Hanson? Gina shares her position in their company. What are the things she developed that make her who she is now? What good coaching does? What is the benefit of Coaching? What are the things she does for everybody that is common? What is G.R.O.W.? When should someone get a coach? Gina shares how she can be contacted. Additional Resources from Gina M Hanson: Website: https://ginahanson.exprealty.careers/, and www.TheWorksCoaching.com, Phone: +1 (747) 888-7772 Email: GinaismyHero@gmail.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gina-hanson-6b611326/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gina.hanson1/ Attention Investors and Agents Are you looking to grow your business? Need to connect with aggressive like-minded people like yourself? We have all the right tools, knowledge, and coaching to positively effect your bottom line. Visit:http://globalinvestoragent.com/join-gia-team to see what we can offer and to schedule your FREE consultation! Our NEW book is out...order yours NOW! Global Investor Agent: How Do You Thrive Not Just Survive in a Market Shift? Get your copy here: https://amzn.to/3SV0khX HEY! You should be in class this coming Monday (MNL). It's Free and packed with actions you should take now! Here's the link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sNMjT-5DTIakCFO2ronDCg
Chereda Miller is the owner of Miller Realty, located in the heart of Atlanta. Her interest in real estate was sparked in college, and she used her career as a flight attendant to fund her real estate career. With a degree in Business Administration and Finance, she established an understanding of the analysis of numbers, which has proved to be very beneficial to her real estate career. With her work ethic, business savvy, and attention to detail, she not only operates Miller Realty but also currently works on joint ventures with T. Dallas Smith & Company. Other career accolades include real estate features in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Newspaper and HGTV's House Hunters. She was also voted best broker by the Empire Board of Realists. Her hobbies and passion are in fitness and health, where she has instructed boot camps and fitness challenges and thrives on sharing innovative ways to eat healthy on the go. She also enjoys spending her time volunteering with various community organizations, including Buckhead children's ministry with toddlers. Learn more about Chereda by visiting her website | LinkedIn | Instagram --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithchan/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithchan/support
Behind the scenes of a celebrity contractor. Our guest on this episode of Contractor Evolution is Bryan Baeumler. Star of HGTV's hit shows Disaster DIY, Leave it to Bryan, and the Island of Bryan among others. Behind the TV Persona is a pretty sophisticated yet down-to-earth businessman with a super diverse portfolio of companies, the largest being his actual construction company, Baeumler Quality Construction, which is on trend to 60 Million plus next year. We talk about -How and why our education system is underserving mechanically minded youth -The best and worst parts of being a TV star -Why hiring a CFO was one of the smartest business decisions he's made and the growth it unlocked -And I get his honest and unpolished take on what effects (both positive and negative) HGTV shows have had on the construction industry. To find out what really goes on behind the scenes of a celebrity contractor watch this episode. Contact BTA Watch the episode on PCA Overdrive PCA Overdrive is free for members. Not a member? Try our 7-day free trial. It's only $5.99/mo after. Download the app on the Apple Store or Google Play. Become a PCA Member
Are you interested in getting started in real estate investing but don't know where to begin? We'll uncover some opportunities and niches out there that could be a good fit for you! Adventures in Real Estate Investing In our community we have families at different points in their financial journeys. This year we have some who are focused on knocking out debts that have been weighing them down. We also have families who building up their financial cushion or saving up for a huge goal including starting a family, maybe starting a business, or buying a house. Then some, including us are in the CoastFI phase of things. That foundation is in place and we're considering options that can give us more flexibility with our schedule while still producing income. Real estate investing can be a great way to be a solid path towards that and financial freedom. By investing in a property, you can generate passive income through rent. However there's more to it than what you see on HGTV, Magnolia, or those real estate flip channels on YouTube. Buying property takes money and finding good tenants and contractors takes time. You may also worry about being trapped with a money pit. Which is why I'm happy to have Rachel Hernandez on the show. Rachel is an award-winning mobile home investor with over ten years of experience and author of several books about real estate including Adventures in Mobile Homes. In this episode we'll get into: her journey into real estate investing and what made her choose to hone in with investing in mobile home different options out there besides flipping and buying holding property an honest look at the good and the bad with real estate so you have a clearer idea of what to expect Hope you enjoy! Resources If you're ready to achieve your family and financial goals and want to explore real estate, here are a few of my favorite resources, including what we covered in the podcast. Best Budget and Money Apps: Empower, Tiller, Mint Grab Your Copy: Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money Mobile Home Gurl Connect with Rachel : Twitter | Instagram Adventures in Mobile Homes and Rachel's other books on real estate investing If you'd like to chat more your money system, please join us in our private and free Facebook group – Thriving Families. We're families looking to support and help one another out. Hope to see you there! Support the Podcast! Thank you so much for listening to the podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and found it helpful, here are some ways to support it. Spread the word! If you enjoyed this episode and think it can help a buddy get on the path to dumping debt and become financially free, please share. Join our coffee group ☕: Get access to exclusive behind the scenes videos, chats, and more! Leave a review. Honest feedback and reviews make a big difference and gets the word out about the podcast. Leave your review on Apple or Stitcher. Grab a copy of Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money. My book is designed for a busy couple to set up their finances in four weeks. Get tips and tools that have worked for other couples on their journey of building their marriage and wealth together! Photo by Mikhail Nilov
Matt Roach is the co-owner of Pride Built Homes, a dad, a husband, a podcaster (someday), and was featured on the HGTV show Down Home Fab with Chelsea and Cole DeBoer. Topics included: leaving radio, renovating houses on a reality show, talking about Matt's bougie podcast that still hasn't started, Matt's sleepwalking story and the origin of "Manila Matt" as a nickname, Andy sleepwalking in public in his underwear, and much much more in this marathon of laughs episode of Andy's Things and Stuff! SIOUX FALLS SHOOTING can help you learn to shoot, get better at shooting, or get your South Dakota Enhanced Carry Permit. Check out Andy's classes or book a private session by going to SiouxFallsShooting.com.
The Fitness Business School with Pat Rigsby
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Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
Hey friends! Welcome to Girls' Night! I'm so excited about today's episode. Today we're talking about renovations and real estate and how to get started renovating your house without totally destroying it in the process! I'm excited about this episode because over the past several years I've fallen in love with all things interior design! While I'm not perfect at it, I've gotten way better, and I absolutely love thinking through a space and making it feel functional and homey. I've also watched a crazy amount of HGTV! So it only seems fitting that I invited someone from my favorite TV Network to walk us through this! Our guest for today's episode is Mina Starsiak Hawk. Mina is a mom, a wife, a podcaster, and the owner of Two Chicks and a Hammer. While she has been renovating homes in Indy since 2008, it wasn't until 2014 when she was approached to do it for TV! Now rolling into season 8 of HGTVs Good Bones while running her brick and mortar store, Two Chicks District Co, she keeps plenty busy! In this episode, Mina shares really practical tips on where to get started when renovating our houses – what to DIY and what to leave to a professional! She also tells about her real estate journey and where to begin if we want to get into that ourselves! Plus, she's just so fun. I cannot WAIT for you to meet her. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on What's My Frame? I'm joined by casting director Rachel Reiss from Liz Lewis Casting. Rachel works in the world of Film, TV, Commercials, Animation and VO. Rachel's career started primarily in TV where she cast shows for numerous networks including the Food Network, Bravo, Oxygen, HGTV, and Discovery. At Liz Lewis Casting, she's focused more on scripted projects. Her recent credits include Get Rolling with Otis, The Painter, and Super Kitties. Rachel has cast hundreds of commercials and voice-overs, including many that have been recognized with Clio Awards and Cannes Lion Awards. Rachel was honored as the 2019 and 2022 Heller Awards Recipient for Best Northeast Commercial and VO Casting. She has also cast numerous web series and podcasts. Rachel sits on the Board of Directors for the Casting Society of America as the VP of Technology. But beyond her extremely impressive resume Rachel has a massive heart for actors and her work. I can't wait for you all to hear this great episode; now let's get to the conversation! Liz Lewis Casting Check out a few of Rachel's recent projects: I Hear Fear hosted by Carey Mulligan This Job Is History hosted by Chris Parnell --- Hosted by Laura Linda Bradley Join the WMF creative community now! Instagram: @whatsmyframe TikTok: @whatsmyframe YouTube: @whatsmyframe IMDb What's My Frame? official site Join our monthly newsletter! What's My Frame? merch; Coming soon!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whats-my-frame/support
In this episode, we speak with Tobi Fairley on her many creative outlets, from designer to business coach, retail shop, and short-term rental owner and host of the popular podcast DesignYou. KEY TAKEAWAYS: When you do what you are passionate about and stay within your core competency, you can create multiple creative outlets. Failure is a good thing. Listen to hear the one thing that holds us back! The vacation rental business and opportunities for growth in this market. RESOURCE LINKS: Tobi Fairley Website DesignYou Podcast Kandrac & Kole Website Kandrac & Kole on Instagram Kandrac & Kole on YouTube BIO: Kandrac & Kole was voted one of Atlanta's Top 20 Residential Interior Designs by the Atlanta Business Chronicle and has been featured on HGTV as well as in The New York Times, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Better Homes & Gardens, Southern Home Magazine, and many others as well as participants of the One Room Challenge Spring 2020. Kandrac & Kole has established a well-known reputation for their approachable, dynamic personalities, signature use of color and pattern, and one-of-a-kind, custom designs. As industry experts for residential and commercial design, Joann Kandrac & Kelly Kole share upbeat and entertaining narratives regarding their design projects, travels, and personal stories on their popular blog, their podcast, and via national speaking engagements. Joann and Kelly's love and commitment to the power of interior design also extends towards their charity work throughout the U.S. and Guatemala. GUEST BIO: Tobi is an award-winning designer and business consultant with over 23 years of experience helping high-achieving, creative professionals take their lives and companies to the next level. Though she made her name as an interior designer and business coach, she helps designers, coaches, CEOs, and organizations create more wealth, joy, and impact through her programs. As the host of the DesignYou podcast, Tobi delivers life-altering inspiration for creative entrepreneurs mixed with tactical business advice and unfiltered aha moments on topics most business gurus won't dare to cover! Check out Tobi's website at: https://tobifairley.com/betterbusiness SPONSOR: The High Point Market Authority Covering 13 city blocks, and over 11.5 million square feet of showrooms covering every product category, High Point Market is the home of home furnishings and the one show you can't miss. Every April and October, the future of home is imagined by our industry's leading thinkers and innovators, defined by lifestyle trendsetters and product designers, given form by artists, artisans, and manufacturers, and made a part of people's lives by interior designers and retailers. So, if you are in the trade, make sure to register and start your plans to attend the Spring Show, which is on April 22-26th this year. The registration for the Insider's Tour is live, so if you are interested, register early because those spots fill up. Visit the High Point Market and register here: highpointmarket.org
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
Making a Little Side Income Growing Citrus in the Pacific NorthwestIn This Podcast:Do you wish you could grow citrus but live outside of California or Florida? Donna Balzer is growing lemons in Canada and she loves to teach others how she does it. She and Greg discuss all the juicy details, covering topics from the roots to the leaves. Donna explains how she cares for her citrus trees in the harsher climate using some unique methods to protect them from frost. In return, they give her a delicious harvest that is not easily found in her area, and even a little bit of income. Don't miss an episode!visit UrbanFarm.Org/blog/podcast Donna Balzer is the co-host of the internationally aired HGTV show “Bugs & Blooms", a regular guest on CBC radio in Alberta, a very popular and inspirational public speaker around gardening, and the bestselling author of No Guff Vegetable Gardening. She lives with her adoring husband in Qualicum Beach, B.C. with their puppy. She has two greenhouses, twelve grandchildren, three grand-dogs, four grand-cats and two grand-guinea pigs all spread across Alberta and B.C. Visit www.UrbanFarm.org/Podcast-by-episode-titles for the show notes on this episode, and access to our full podcast library!Donna Balzer on Growing Lemons for Profit.urbanfarm.org/DonnaBalzer
Ageless Conversations with Tamika McTier
In this episode, I have a conversation with Janet Taylor. For the past 28 years, Janet has been assisting clients in creating a space that attracts more abundance, love, and happiness in their lives. Her expertise includes transforming cluttered rooms into functional and creative spaces, organizing executives' personal and professional spaces, and downsizing offices. Past clients include Les Brown and Dyana Williams and she's been the host and producer of the weekly podcast “Got Clutter? Get Organized with Janet” for over a decade. In addition to her speaking and podcasting experiences, Janet has appeared in two episodes of HGTV's “Mission: Organization” and was featured on “The Rachael Ray Show” as “The Clutter-Free Queen.” Her work has also been featured in various publications.Connect with Tamika at tamikamctier.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgConnect with Janetjanet@janetmtaylor.com
Justin is a globe trotting television producer and standup comedian. Justin brings a unique international perspective to stand up through which he can talk about his experiences, the world and why he'd rather go to prison in Norway than live in Alabama.He was the Co-Executive Producer on Bravo's new comedy reality series, 'Welcome to Crappie Lake.' Previously he was the Executive Producer on the new HGTV series 'Freestyled.' He has written, directed and produced for networks including Netflix, Comedy Central, and MSNBC and has written jokes for comedians including Neil Patrick Harris, Paul Rudd and JB Smoove.Sit down with your favorite comedian and filmmaker Mike Eshaq from REVOLT TV, Comedy Central, & NETFLIX. He's the creator of The Ed and Moe Show , MTV CRIBS ARAB AMERICAN STYLE & former producer of Swamp People on History Channel. Buy Merch! https://mikefromdetroit.com/shopFind Mike Eshaq:Website: https://mikefromdetroit.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikefromdetroit/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MikeFromDetroit/Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikefromdetroitYouTube #1: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChcotyIbOkdK6eKwE_ZNBpwYouTube #2: https://www.youtube.com/user/MikeEatsnaxTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mikefromdetroit?#PublicYemeniPodcast #MikeEshaq #MikeFromDetroit
Jones.Show: Thought-Full Conversation
In the 2nd installment in the emotionally charged "Randy is…" episode series, Randy welcomes superfriend Sue Schaffel to discuss the surprisingly hilarious topic of perplexion! Sue Schaffel is an award-winning actress based in Naples, FL, who has drawn uproarious laughter, tears and everything in between for over thirty years on the stage and screen. Theatre credits include a hilarious portrayal of Desdemona in "When Shakespeare's Ladies Meet," heart-wrenching turns as Polly in "Other Desert Cities" and Charlotte in "Beyond Therapy" as well as scenery-chewing calisthenics as Cajun sensation Velma in "Hush Up Sweet Charlotte" and close-up connoisseur Norma Desmond in "Sunset Boulevard." Her TV credits include numerous local and regional commercials, as well as episodes of "Evil Kin" and "America's Most Wanted." Her film work includes independent features "The Summer Before," "The Waiting Room," and "Ricardo." She won Best Actress in a Feature (Sunnyside Up Film Festival and Reading Film Festival) for her performance in the independent feature "I Like Me." "I Like Me" is streaming on multiple platforms nationally. JONES.SHOW is a weekly podcast featuring host Randall Kenneth Jones (author, speaker & creative communications consultant) and Susan C. Bennett (the original voice of Siri). JONES.SHOW is produced and edited by Kevin Randall Jones. SUE SCHAFFEL Online: Web: www.SueSchaffel.com Web: www.ILikeMeMovie.com JONES.SHOW Online: Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook. Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web: RandallKennethJones.com Follow Randy on Clubhouse Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com Follow Susan on Clubhouse LinkedIn (Kevin): https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-randall-jones/ Web: KevinRandallJones.com www.Jones.Show
The Forbes Factor - Your Secret to health, wealth & happiness!
Ever wonder who sells all those million dollar gorgeous homes - on today's show we meet one of the stars of Bravo TV's Million Dollar Listing, Tony Giordano In this episode, we sit down with Tony Giordano, the Founder and President of Giordano Industries, a national and international best-selling author, and a renowned speaker, consultant, and coach. Tony is also a celebrity real estate agent, known for his appearances on Bravo TV's 'Million Dollar Listing' and HGTV. Throughout his career, Tony has developed a unique approach to online presence and has used it to grow a top real estate business. Today, he shares his expertise with others through his coaching platform, R.I.S.E. Coaching, where he helps business owners and professionals in multiple industries to achieve their goals. In our conversation, Tony discusses his journey to success, his philosophy on the power of belief, and how he has been able to build and maintain his brand in a competitive industry. We also explore the importance of mindset, authenticity, and resilience in achieving success. Join us for this insightful conversation with Tony Giordano, and learn how you can apply his proven techniques to your business and life. Tony Giordano is a well-known figure based in Los Angeles, California. He is the Founder and President of Giordano Industries and is an accomplished national and international best-selling author, speaker, consultant, and coach. Tony is also a celebrity real estate agent who has appeared on multiple seasons of Bravo TV's 'Million Dollar Listing' and HGTV. In the last decade, Tony has built a top real estate business using his unique approach and proven techniques to online presence. He has since launched his own coaching platform to pursue his passion for building and teaching others to grow their businesses and improve their lives. Tony continues to speak, consult, and coach some of the biggest organizations and professionals across multiple industries on various topics. Tony's approach is centered around the idea that there is a big difference between merely thinking and truly believing. He encourages his clients to embrace their beliefs fully and make them a driving force in their business and personal lives. You can learn more about Tony and his coaching platform on his ABOUT and R.I.S.E. Coaching pages.
Deal Farm - A Real Estate Investing Community
On this episode of the Deal Farm®, we chat with Colin and Christina Beck, winners of HGTV's Flipping Showdown about their success, their businesses and how they were able to transition from the corporate world to full-time real estate flippers. Kevin and Ken also discuss the important role that emotional intelligence plays in the workplace ... especially as it correlates to successful individuals. Tune in to learn more about the "It" factor and how being more mindful and congnicent of your own emotions and those around you can lead to better outcomes.
The Alternative Investment Podcast
Branding used to be overlooked by many in the asset management industry, but those days are largely over. Executives at financial companies of all sizes are increasingly embracing the need to have a "brand story" to differentiate themselves in a competitive landscape. Tarek El Moussa, star of hit TV shows "Flip or Flip" and "Flipping 101" (as well as the founder of TEM Capital), joins the show to discuss how to break through the noise with a story that resonates. Show notes: https://altsdb.com/2023/02/tarek-el-moussa-101/
On this 226th episode of Discovering Multifamily, Howard (Bud) Evans joins us as a Multi-Family Investor, Single Family Investor, and a REALTOR specializing in Southern New Jersey. Bud is a consultant for Tarek El Moussa from HGTV and owns a consulting company that specializes in assisting small businesses, and individuals create generational wealth through real estate purchase, rehab, rent and refinancing out the forced equity. Bud is an MBA and a Penn State Graduate and is starting as an Adjunct Professor in the Spring Semester of 2023.Bud was a Major (ret) and a Military Intelligence Officer, with the 111th Attack Wing, 111th Operations Group, Biddle Air Guard Base, Horsham, Pennsylvania. YouTube: https://youtu.be/gs5HoxCncSUWebsite: www.redknightproperties.com/media iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/discovering-multifamily/id1506820688 #financialfreedom #passiveinvesting #activeinvesting #investsmart #investwisely #buildingwealth #multifamily #podcast #Red Knight Properties #Anthony Scandariato #Brian Leonard #investing in real estate
You have to bet on yourself because if you aren't going to, who else will? Our guest today is Celine Williams, and she's passionate about always elevating, growing, and believing in yourself! Our topic today is about getting into real estate. Celine shares with listeners how she moved into her real estate career after being a procurement analyst at Boeing. She gives listeners bits of advice ranging from what was easier than she thought it would be, why saying no was (and is) hard to do, and other gold nuggets. Celine also shares six different methods she uses to get business. If you want to find out if real estate is like what you see on HGTV, tune in and don't miss out on this great episode!
Today we are talking to Holly Carroll about how being authentic is a crucial element to your brand. We've said it before and we will say it again. No one will trust you if they can tell it's not the real you. Holly Carroll is the Muskoka Luxury Realtor and author of“Selling Secrets You Can't Afford To Miss." She is also the former Miss Canada.Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeLearn how handwritten notes reach your audience.How do you get people's attention?Authenticity always works best.ResourceCheck Out Holly's InstagramReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:So how do you track new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas to real estate marketing. And this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get started.What's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing Jew podcast, folks we're chatting about today, we have a social media star, like you got some star power. And I was just sort of scrolling through Instagram. And she messages me and I'm like, Hey, how are you doing Nice to meet you.And it was like, I guess really authentic. And then I started checking you out on social and like, Damn, she's got 90,000 followers or content gets a shitload of engagement. And it looks like she's doing everything right. And I'm looking at your I'm on your Instagram page right now. And dude, perfect. Looks great.And you're a luxury agent out of Canada. So I was like, Dude, why don't we do a show? Let's get on here. Tell us what's, how did you get here? What are you doing? And how are you all over the place? Because you're definitely not shy. And I think one of the problems that people have on social media is like, Oh my God, if I post something, someone's gonna think this of me or someone's gonna think that of me. And at the end of the day, who gives a shit. Nobody hires anyone they don't relate with. And oftentimes in sales and business and whatever the hell we're doing. We often overthink it, I think, and we try to be someone we're not. But my goal today's show, and I have a feeling she's going to do a good job at it is talking about why you should be fearlessly authentic, quote unquote, your own words. So without further ado, let's go ahead and introduce our guests. Miss Holly, Carol. Holly, how are you?I'm wonderful. And thank you so much for having me on. I did find you. Oh, where? Yeah, how did it work? It was actually through this course that I took. And they had your contact. Oh, okay. I'm gonna message this guy. And then boom, here I am on the show. Very grateful to be on this show. If you don't ask you don't get you know what I mean? Like, same thing for all the agents out there. If you don't ask for referrals, you're not gonna get referrals. If you don't tell people you're in real estate, they're gonna keep forgetting and you're gonna be a closet agent. If you don't put yourself out there. It doesn't work because you're the brand now your broker Holly wants you to tell him where you're nothing you said that. I love that you said that because literally like 90% of the time it's just showing up and being out there. Yep, conversations you'd like to face is the brand that's why social media if you're not if you're in real estate, you're not on social like you're only losing an opportunity. I sale time is no longer optional. It's a necessity unless you don't care when other people start cheating on you with agents like Holly you know they're gonna go hire somebody else that's going to be a lot more present than somebody that they forgot about.All right, Holly, so tell us you're in your you do luxury in Holland. I can't say this Canadian name all the Canadian Muskoka Muskoka. Okay. So Muskoka, and that's outside of what Ontario? Yeah, so it's about an hour north of Toronto. And we kind of call it the Hamptons of the North. That's sort of what it's what it's like, it's a lot different than the Hamptons. But if you think of it, it's where that type of the world so Toronto and surrounding areas want to get away and vacation. And it's kind of nice that the rest of the world doesn't really know about it, because that's part of its charm. It is home to a lot of rich and famous during the summertime. It's absolutely stunning. There's 1600 lakes. I sell waterfront property, usually boat houses, it's like a lot of people say it's a Coors Light commercial. It's like a Coors Light commercial. Just picture out your knickers like commercial. Exactly. That is my niche. And how did you get started? How long have you been in in real six year part of the agency, I see a picture of you with Mauricio because I want to get I want to get to on this podcast too. I like Marty, see, I watch all this content. But tell me your agency and that the agency is a luxury brand. Like you guys know this? If you watch anything on HGTV, like it's just a luxury brand. And you're selling luxury properties in a luxury market. So it makes sense that you're dialing in the niche. But where do you How did you get into this? Because people want to? The biggest question I get from people is like, Hey, Mike, I want to sell $2 million houses. And I'm like, There's no marketing or advertising that's ever gonna get you to sell $2 million houses. If you want to sell $2 million houses, you got to start hanging out to people who own the $2 million houses. It's very simple. You have to hang out with the people that are in your database. You don't pick your brand God did it's just the way you're born. Whether you want to embrace it or not as 100% up to you. Okay, so Holly, how did you get into luxury because it's a question that people want to know, but I could I know how it is. I mean, you're just this is your this is your tribe. It looks like here so tell me how you got into it. And when justAll right, and we'll start with that. Of course. So I'm coming up on four years. I will say that anybody listening, you can get into luxury real estate Don't. Don't, you know, forget about that. So, a big thing about being a luxury real estate agent is you got to be luxury. So like you have to become that vibrational match to attract your clients. So when you're out there buying luxury, luxury, show off your luxury things so that people are like, okay, she's obviously luxury. It's not just about luxury, real estate, it's about your whole lifestyle. I sell a light drive like a Toyota Datsun and then it's all luxury houses is what you're saying.Can I wear sandals and shop?I mean, I don't want to discourage anybody either. Like I don't, it doesn't mean they have to go out and buy that Rolex watch, or they have to buy the Lamborghini they can't afford. But there is a mental state you can get into that makes you feel like luxury. Like I always say drink water out of a wineglass like there's little things that you can do where you feel luxury. And then that way when you're around the luxurious clients that have a lot of money, you don't feel so out of place, you know, so embody it luxury, imagine luxury, you know, become a vibrational match to luxury.And then, here in Muskoka, I just kept going to those luxury properties I kept, you know, putting it on social media. I kept dangling the carrot in front of everybody, and then you know what I asked. So I go after the rich and famous and I am not afraid to get in their DM and send them a video or send them a property you would love this property. You know, Mark Wahlberg wants a place here and in Muskoka, and I know the perfect property for him because he likes basketball. And the basketball court overlooks Lake Roscoe, which is one of the best lakes here in Muskoka. So I sent him a video like a response. No, no, yeah, that's hilarious. But even like, Look I'm looking at so we just got out of I do this, like, do this a content creator challenge once a month, and if you guys haven't heard about it yet, sign up for next month's. It's called The Real Estate content creator challenge. And the whole premise of it is like when you're correct, everything you do in life is content, right? But if you go to Holly's Instagram page, I'm looking at it right now. Every photo and image of her on here is is luxury. Like, It's luxurious. She's either at a pool, or she's that like, there's a there's a yacht in one. She's got images of cool, you know, freaking houses, she's got bikini shots, like she just looks luxury, right? And you have to remember that people, you're an average of the content you create from the outside. Right. So like, if you're gonna if Holly's, if she's out here, like hanging out at McDonald's and Showbiz Pizza on Pizza Hut. And I see her over, like running like four wheelers and whatnot. Like, she's not going to have a luxury brand. But perception is a lot everything in this business. And it's marketing, right? It's a marketing, like everything we do is marketing. With social. Yep. What did you do prior to real estate that and why are you so not shy?Like you're not shy? And I think that's half the battle and like, you seem to not really care, others opinions and how do you get there?So before I was in real estate, I was an international model for 17 years. And then I was Miss Canada tourism. So I have been in the public eye, if you will. I've been in marketing for a very long time. But I will say that I was a little shy before. But the reason why I'm not shy now is because I did the inner work. I believed I was an internet, I believed I was a luxury realtor before I became a luxury realtor. So you know, I believe in myself, I love myself, I radically forgive anything that I ever did. I looked back I went and did the work and I love myself beyond anybody else. So like if I get a no to from Mark Wahlberg, which won't happen. He's gonna say yes. But if I get a No, that's okay. Because it's a yes to me. Like I say yes to myself. Great. Yeah. I mean, it's a great way to put it when you first started though, like, you're like, Alright, I'm making the shift everyone now and I see this with a lot of people that it will career transition or whatnot. But like, I used to do this, or I used to do that. And then right when you first get into real estate, people probably knew you. Oh, she's a model before and she has all this and then you probably had overcome that because some people might have stereotypes are out there, right? But you probably said fuck off. I don't really give a shit. Here's who I am, how I roll. But I see that as a major issue. So I think how do you overcome that? that specific day because people are like, Oh, they're gonna think I'm this and that and all of the above? How do you rebrand yourself?That was a big hurdle for me. And I tried to be somebody else. I tried to be that mold that I thought people wanted me to be that corporate mold real estate agent, and it just didn't work out. And it didn't feel good either. So what I was doing is I wasdoing stuff that I didn't want to do. So it was more energy as well. I wasn't getting anything back. And I like you said, I just said, Fuck it. And I thought I am on I was an international model, like, why can't I use that infuse that into a brand? And so I just like I said, I, like we said earlier, I just became fearlessly authentic. And I said, Well, what's the worst thing that can happen? I'm not getting any business now anyways, I'm trying to be somebody else. So I might as well try and be myself and the world opened up, it really did. And anybody listening, be yourself, like people like that?In some won't, right? Let's be honest, like some people gonna be like, Oh, well, blah, blah, blah, and you're like, Great, I'm not gonna get along with you anyways, but when you guys rather have that out of the way before you get in the car and start showing them a bunch of properties. So like, let's talk about different ways and like giving people different ways that we could market this brand. So you might have a listing video strategy where you don't the listing video is nothing more than its you like a runway to tie back into your modeling career. So every single house you're just think of like, you ever see the show? Was it with the two male models? With Ben Stiller? What's the name of that movie? Zoo lander. Zoo lander. Okay. That movies about male models? Yes. Yes. So like, literally, how would a mom how to form model market her business? And she's already doing it. But for those guys thinking, like, how would you do some video like, I don't do listing tours, I do fashion shows, right? There's a big difference with how you market which is going to remember, if she's having an open house, she's probably going to treat it like a fashion show. It's not gonna be a normal open house. That's not how a model would roll. You have to roll with whom you are okay. I've seen people do the opposite. And I've seen people who are big talk, I've seen people build brands off loving tacos. So at open houses, they have a taco truck, right? It's how you do business that people actually remember. And that's the cool thing about this industry is you can do whatever the hell you want. Be whoever the hell you want, but you have to be willing to put yourself out there.How do you marketing your business? Now? What are you doing for business? Like how do you find new people? Other than just I've seen and walk me through what your monthly cadence is in terms of content creation and all the above?Of course. So I have a couple of buckets that I like to fill when it comes to Instagram. I'm fully on Instagram, I try to dabble in Tik Tok, but I'm not really there yet. So I've kind of mastered and I believe I've got a little bit of a groove on Instagram. So I, I focused on that. But I have a few buckets that I like to do. First of all, it's not all about real estate. For me. It's about making an impact in the world. And it's about inspiring others and it's about just the collective. Right. So like, I know, those types of things keep you going. When you're helping other people, they do keep you going. So I there's more ways to to promote and market a listing, right. But there's a lot of ways to get the listing. And I feel like when people look at your page, if you just have real estate listings, they're not going to know who you are. And there you have it. Okay, so I think that that's a common mistake that people do is they only put real estate. But when you go to my page, you know who I am, you know who I am, you know who you're getting, you can decide whether or not you want to move forward or not. But I also like to market everything. So everything is the magical everything is creating a motion. So like I said, I have a couple of buckets is an inspiring buckets, a real estate bucket, it's usually sort of a women empowerment bucket. It's a fun bucket. So I look to see what what I have done in a while. Yeah. Did you like what you just said, really quick. So I think people get a lot out of that. So she's theming out her content. Alright, so she's telling herself in her head, a lot of people have trouble with this. They're like, Well, what do I do, it's not what you do, it's how you do it. So she themed that out, which makes it easier for not for her to not have to think about what's next. So in her head, she's like, I'm doing intermittent, this is how your brain works. But she's probably doing I'm doing for women empowerment posts this week, this month that I'm doing for fun posts this month, and then I'm doing four blog posts this month and I'm doing for this that's a very easy order to follow because you know, what kind of brand you want to build. It's when you don't know what kind of brand you want to build and when you don't have a strategy you don't sit down and actually plan this out then none of it ever happens. People always how do you create so much content it's really easy. I just sit there and 30 minutes and map it out. Like just think exactly are you to hire a real estate marketing dude and we'll do it for you. But or you could take your course or you could take my course you could do whatever you want there's info out there you could find out how to create info out there yes I also batch content of course. Because sometimes also I will say like sometimes I'm very inspired to do content so it's like while I'm on a roll and then sometimes I'm not and and you know we all need a break from social media as well and I will shut it right off shut it down, shut the TV down for a couple of days and just be like this is just me time I need to just like because it's not all about that either. And you don't want half assed me you want full blown me so I do need my timeout as well. Yeah, I'm the same way. It's like I like I didn't want toI don't want to post on social like, honestly, if it wasn't for business, I probably wouldn't be on social media anymore. But it's literally become just part of my business. It's just who am I am? Yeah. But it's like I said, it's a necessity. Remember you guys, every time someone post content 10 to 15% of the people who see your shit are moving, but 100% of them have a referral for you. So don't overthink it. The one who attracts the most businesses, the one who thought at first when the term real estate pops up,is top of mind. And we know that we know that we know about top of mind. I will say I'm glad you said that earlier. But I just want to say it again, is it's about intention. Yeah, all about intention. And I posted something earlier today to that I learned and you know, we used to have to post every day to be top of mind. But now real estate or Instagram is not chronological. So it actually you could have an post that you posted, and three weeks later, it posts up on somebody's feed, because it's still getting engagement. So it's better to be in a detention will not necessarily take too long to post it, but just have a little bit of an intention behind it. And that'll actually spread quicker than just throwing spaghetti at the wall. Yep. And I'm sure you probably get a lot of people like they feel like they know you before you speak to them. Yeah, I'm probably like, whether it's a girl or guy like Dude, no, like, actually, I got that feeling from you when you reached out because you were personable. Here, I'm gonna see what the message actually was. I mean, look on this. And gosh, the person, it was just personal, you know, you're like, Hey, I'm like, Hey, nice to meet you. And you're just cool. So I was like, it was just easier.It was easier to just like, talk to you. And I'm sure that people don't realize that like when you're on social the same way you build a relationship online the same way you build it off.There's no difference. Yeah. And like you said, like, they're not necessarily the client, but they may know somebody else. So I want that when anybody thinks of Muskoka they think of holly Carol period. Yes. Whether that means a buying a house or not, we can get into that I can sell them just get them to me.And we can work that out later. And also to like, it's about helping the world as much as being kind everybody like, eventually that shit pays off to. Yep. It's not just about real estate transactions like that. Just if you're just a better person, if you have intention, if you do the right thing, if you help other people, if you put out some good content that that is good for your soul, it comes back. Yeah, always does reciprocation. You know, when you do some good for someone else, it always comes back to eight.What else do you do for biz? Do you buy any business? I don't think so. Or do you sit open houses? Do you like is everything just 100% attraction based to you or?No, I do a lot of events. So I do a lot of you know, shaking hands and kissing babies. I love events. That's my main thing. Muskoka has that small town feel to even though it's it's very saturated in the summertime in the season? What's the population? What's a media population? Like summer and winter? I actually don't really know the answer that question. There's three main like little towns, but there's it's spread out so much. So it's hard to it. That's hard to say. I'll put that in the comments. Because it changes all the time. It also changes during the pandemic. Just know that it's a lot. There's a lot more people here, it's a tourist season town.What was I saying that right? Oh, yeah. So I, I do a lot of charity events. And the another reason why I do charity events, too, is because I like the people that go to charity events. So I'm not just looking for the rich and famous. I'm looking for the good hearted, rich and famous, you know, so is that where you got your start at? Like, would you say like going to events because I mean, I got started, I got all my business at nightclubs. That was only 22 Then but it was the same concept. Like I would go to meet people. And then I would stay in touch with the people I met. Are you collecting email addresses? Are you sending like you meet people, but then you know how it is meet someone they forget about you the next day. It's like when you showed a video shot.I'm doing strictly social media. I mean, I sometimes get their number, but even even now I'll get their social media and then get and then get theirs. And you know why I do that not just to get more followers, not just so they can see me. But so now I know them. Because remember, we used to have to get a an email or a phone number. And then we'd have to write all the description like, Oh, he's got a dog. And he's got a wife named Joan and edited up. Well, now we can just look at their social media and find something that likes them. And then that's, that's a reason to talk to him. What kind of dog is that? I totally forgot, right? Yeah, because when I would do my calls, I'd be like, Hey, how's fluffy doing? But now I don't even care about fluffy because I could just look on their feet and see fluffy right there. Well, that's that's a very important. So I have a feeling you probably have a strategy on this. So let's let's roleplay this a little bit. Let's pretend we're at a an event, because a lot of people will go to event they don't know what to say. Right? So like, let's just say you're at an event you're there to network, you know you're going for business, right? But you probably like these events anyways. But how do you go out and meet somebody? So let's just say II'm sitting here drinking my little cup of I don't know what's ever in here. Some alcoholic? Yeah, champagne in my Ticor title cup. That's a paper cup. But yeah, I'm drink champagne. I'm sitting there. How do you break the ice? What do you do?I'm very approachable. So we'll we'll laymen's it down. I mean, I would just say hello. When I would ask them questions, the best ways to ask question people like to talk about themselves. Yeah, don't talk about yourself. People like to talk about themselves, and you'll find a way for real estate to get in there. Yep. I always, I always like so what do you do?Yeah, always ask people, What do they do? And then they always ask me back, what do you do?And I just like it just, it just happens. You guys, like don't overthink this. It's not it really is that simple. really is that simple. And then you'll find something that you connect with them to see I'm a huge animal lover. You know, I like boating, there's something that will come up and then that's when you spark that up and started talking about that a little bit more, but don't just bombard them with questions. Once you find a question that kind of connects with you then go more into that, but I wouldn't lead with real estate I never have it comes up. Yeah. People real estate's like always comes up, especially when people are moving like it's just they talk about it, because it's emotional. And they're excited. And it's, it's fun. It's exciting. And don't overthink it. Guys. Have you ever prospected anyone? Have you ever like cold called anyone before? Yes, I'm prospecting Mark Wahlberg. Right?On a phone not on. I guess that's a different way to look at. I haven't looked at it that way before. But it is pressed. I have been prospecting people on Yes, I've been DMing people because I am being a little bit more intentional on who I want to call in.But it's not like the hard sell. It's like it's more just kind ofbuilding a relationship. Yep.I bet you have a lot of these.This is the upper end upper upper class, you're dealing with millionaires, right? I bet you they respect the hustle.They do. Oh, I've gotten a listing that way.I actually said to the guy said, It's okay. If you know if you don't go with me. And he's like, Well, I would really like it if you if you said that, that I should go with you. And I'm like, Well, I definitely want you to go with me. That's funny. But like he appreciated the fact that I like, went and met him and like met him again. Like he almost it's like I courted him almost that day at the upper market wants that. Like they like you, they want you to chase them. And like you got to remember, like when you're dealing at least I can't speak onthe millionaire class of women. But I know how the men react. And I know that they always want to brag about themselves. They want to tell people about the story that got them to where they're at. And it's always just you just have to float their ego. Oh, my God, I'm so impressed by your thing. How did you do it? That's the number one question you could ask anyone who's very successful, and they're automatically going to take liking to you. Every time right.Compliments are good. Questions are good.Like it? i This is this is cool. Any closing thoughts? We like to keep these about 2530 minutes? And we're just right about there. Do you have any final closing thoughts? You want to mention? Anything? Any advice you want to give to people, people who are just I don't know what to post? I don't know what to do. I'm just sort of stuck. How did she become successful? And for years, I've been doing this for 10. And I don't have that success? What is it?I think, think about what you would want to see. So if you were you're the client that you are trying to target, think about what they want to see. And then try to put your spin on it. Don't overthink it, be bold. And just get yourself out there. But be you love it. Why don't you go ahead and tell them what your handle is one more time and you guys want you to go ahead and follow Holly on on social media. And then you can see sort of what she's doing how she's doing it and r&d, it goes like there's no such thing as you know, r&d is a ripoff and deploy, but do it in your way. The cool thing about real estate is that you could do the exact same thing she's doing, you could do the exact same thing anyone's doing but because it's based on your personal brand, eat both, you'd be doing it differently. And there is no way to duplicate that. And that's the power of having a personal brand like people Hey, Mike, what if I have 30 people you're doing videos for in my market, it wouldn't matter because each of those videos are going to be going out to the people that they're associated with. And each of those videos are going to be done in a way that only they can do and that's the most marketable part of your business. It's your personal brand, your persona. It's not people aren't hiring you because you have a license that just gives you a legal right to make money with it. They're hiring you because of how you make them feel.So true. So appreciate you guys listening. Why don't you tell them your handle one more time? So yes, my handle is Holly and Carolyn. I will say reach out to me. I'm here to help. I want to help everybody. And one last thing. Try to create emotion with your content like that. Thank you folks for listening another episode of The Marketing do podcast visit us leave us some more reviews.Share this show with your friends and take our next content creator challenge if you want to visit learn more about that it's www dot real estate content creator challenge.com We'll see you guys next week. Bye bye. Thank you for watching another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. If you need help with video or finding out what your brand is, visit our website at WWW dot real estate marketing do.com We make branding and video content creation simple and do everything for you. So if you have any additional questions, visit the site, download the training, and then schedule time to speak with a dude and get you rolling in your local marketplace. Thanks for watching another episode of the podcast. 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