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Bottom Line Wrestling Cast
Watch Along - Survivor Series '03 - Team Austin vs. Team Bischoff: Nov '03

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 112:33


Watch Along  - Survivor Series: Team Austin vs. Team Bischoff: Nov ‘03 This week Mike & JV will recap Survivor Series 2003 and provide live watch along commentary for two “Classic” Survivor Series style matches, Team Angle vs. Team Lesnar & Team Austin vs. Team Bischoff.  Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of  episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page!  This month is Ep 195 - 1994 Royal Rumble Match in Osaka, Japan Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-90. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover August 25, 1990  Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”.  This week, Extreme ECW Live Cast: HCTV 111 & 112 - June 6 & 13, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is Ep 255 - The Jump: Sean Waltman WCW to WWF  , Royal Rankings Week 3 - Best Royal Rumble Matches (1992 & 2008), Review of WWF Cavalcade 6/21/92 Please reach out and support us on Twitter  @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/90251786-061c-4ddb-97d2-1e357f96998b This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast
Recounting - and recovering - from CES (Nick Gray, Phandroid)

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 70:41


JV and Nick Gray are back from CES 2022 -- well, they've been back for a while, but are just now getting to recount their experience at one of the most unique shows ever. From Samsung announcements including the Galaxy S21 FE to wireless Android Auto courtesy of Motorola, the two run down a lot of what they enjoyed at the show.   Follow our guests! Nick Gray (Phandroid) http://youtube.com/phandroid http://phandroid.com http://twitter.com/phandroid http://twitter.com/nickmgray Follow our host! Joshua Vergara (JV) --- http://youtube.com/joshuavergara http://twitter.com/jvtechtea http://instagram.com/jvtechtea http://tiktok.com/@jvtechtea   Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub http://pocketnow.com   Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://instagram.com/pocketnow   Music by pine voc: cell division - music for smartphones "smartphone" and "app store" https://steviasphere.bandcamp.com/album/cell-division-music-for-smartphones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

4Life
Basketball Never Stops

4Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 83:22


This week for Flow4life Featured William Felder. He came on Flow4life and told his story. He played basketball overseas. Currently he coaches for the JV team of Shaw High school. He is the owner of 9thwonderwatches --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deonte-dsmooth-flowers/support

Hindsight HacKing
Sales: Joint Ventures

Hindsight HacKing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 3:54


In today's episode the guys talk about how to increase your audience size and sales revenue through Joint Ventures.  This is a fun topic as JV's can be a game changer for your business. Cory Carter and Ron Cool are on a mission to help you gain more VISIBILITY, gain more TRAFFIC and ultimately help you gain more SALES! Cory and Ron have over 40 years of combined experience helping people achieve results that people didn't believe that they could achieve before. The IMPACTORS podcasts is a place where you can get a daily tip, trick and action that you can take to move your business forward. Every episode will be quick and to the point with our no BS, no Fluff conversations that we will have here on the show. 
When you are ready for more impact check out the IMPACTORS mastermind https://impactorsmastermind.com In this mastermind we meet once a week. We break the hour into three parts. One third a weekly training. One third one business owner is on a hot seat deep diving their business and one third going through wins and opportunities with the group. We train on all things related to increasing visibility, traffic and sales for each business and dissecting all the goals and steps a person must take to achieve the results that they want to achieve. If you have any questions connect with us every where: https://follow.coolhttps://coryecarter.com

The JV Club with Janet Varney

It's Jennie Kwan (“Avatar: The Last Airbender”)! This week, Jennie and JV dig into Jennie's teenage years in the LA area (& their mutual obsession with the history of LA overall), the “runner's high,” and the Titanic... without so much of the sinking part. If you're an ATLA fan and you loved hearing from Jennie Kwan (“Suki”) on the Braving the Elements pod, get ready for this embarrassment of riches!

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast
E139 - Team Austin vs. Team Bischoff: Nov '03

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 153:11


Episode 139 - Team Austin vs. Team Bischoff: Nov ‘03 This week Mike & JV will discuss the following events from the November 3 & 10, 2003 episodes of Raw & Survivor Series ‘03.  RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Match Results - Booker T & Rob Van Dam (Team Austin) vs. Christian & Chris Jericho (Team Bischoff) (03:46- 11:45) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Audio - Backstage - Stone Cold & Coachman (12:18- 13:46) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Audio - Backstage - Stone Cold & HBK (17:47- 21:57) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Audio - Part I - Contract Signing - Eric Bischoff, Randy Orton, & Stone Cold (40:35- 45:02) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Audio - Part II - Contract Signing - Eric Bischoff & Stone Cold (45:03- 51:38) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Audio - Backstage - Stone Cold & Batista (51:40- 52:52) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Audio - Interview - Stone Cold w/ Coachman (01:08:36- 01:09:58) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Match Results - Shawn Michaels (Team Austin) vs. Mark Henry (Team Bischoff) w/ Special Enforcer - Stone Cold Steve Austin (01:14:38- (01:21:17) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Audio - Part I - Post Match - Stone Cold, HBK, Batista (01:21:40- 01:26:52) RAW 545 - 11/03/03 - Audio - Part II - Post Match - Stone Cold, HBK, Batista, Goldberg (01:27: 30- 01:30:40) RAW 546 - 11/10/03 - Audio - Promo - Evolution & Stone Cold (08:30- 12:37) RAW 546 - 11/10/03 - Audio - Backstage - Stone Cold & Eric Bischoff (12:57- 14:04) RAW 546 - 11/10/03 - Match Results - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match - Rob Van Dam (Team Austin) vs. Christian (Team Bischoff) (15:40- 21:13) RAW 546 - 11/10/03 - Backstage - Team Bischoff (31:33- 33:26) RAW 546 - 11/10/03 - Match Results - Legend vs. Legend Killer - The Rematch - HBK (Team Austin) vs. Randy Orton (Team Bischoff) (43:45- 50:27) RAW 546 - 11/10/03 - Match Results - The Dudley Boyz (Team Austin) vs. Scott Steiner & Mark Henry (Team Bischoff) (58:41- 01:06:04) RAW 546 - 11/10/03 - Audio - Backstage - Stone Cold & Eric Bischoff (01:07:00- 01:08:38) RAW 546 - 11/10/03 - Match & Post Match Results - Booker T (Team Austin) vs. Chris Jericho (Team Bischoff) (01:17:15 - 01:23:53) Survivor Series ‘03 - 11/16/03 - Match - “Classic” Survivor Series Elimination Match - Team Austin (HBK, Booker T, Rob Van Dam, & The Dudley Boyz) vs. Team Bischoff (Randy Orton, Scott Steiner, Chris Jericho, Christian, & Mark Henry)  Survivor Series ‘03 - 11/16/03 - Audio - “Austin's Farewell Speech” Promo (02:00:50 - 02:07:40) Survivor Series ‘03 - 11/16/03 - Next Week: Watch Along - Survivor Series ‘03 - Team Austin vs. Team Bischoff & Poll Winner Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of  episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page!  This month is Ep 195 - 1994 Royal Rumble Match in Osaka, Japan Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-90. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover August 18, 1990  Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”.  This week, Extreme ECW Live Cast: HCTV 109 & 110 - May 23 & 30, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is  Ep 254 - The Jump: The Big Show WCW to WWF  , Royal Flush Week 2 - Worst Royal Rumble Matches (2016 & 2015), Review of Championship Wrestling from Florida 01/05/85 Please reach out and support us on Twitter  @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/6f4d1614-60f1-4561-aaa7-8ec77b712334 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

The Opperman Report
James & JoAnne Moriarty : Libya Overthrow

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 122:29


James & JoAnne Moriarty : Libya We were business people doing business in Libya since 2007 January. We made a unique enzyme that rejuvenates oil wells and cleans up sludge pits, cleans out pipelines and tanks and does a whole lot of neat things to oil. We booked a huge amount of business in Libya from 2007 to 2011: 5 billion dollars worth of our product. We signed a JV with the Social Security Investment Fund of Janzour near Tripoli, Libya. We actively began to build a production facility to fulfill these contracts for our enzyme when the so called Libyan revolution began in February of 2011 4 years ago #&, #-, #ed, #james, #joanne, #libya, #moriarty, #opperman, #report 2 months ago #james & joanne moriarty : liby Chapters

The JV Club with Janet Varney

This week JV is joined by Dani Green, a member of the fantastic Nashville-based band, Birdtalker! Among many things, Dani chats about the communal, emotional benefits of live music in a time when that's been challenging. And she and JV celebrate certain of life's delights, including the mighty avocado, the movie Willow, and the marvelous Dev Patel!

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
Investing in Real Estate; A Global Perspective with Colin Lynch | EP87

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 52:30


Colin Lynch os the Head of Global Real Estate Investments at TD Asset Management. Colin is responsible for Global and Canadian Real Estate Strategy, overseeing fund design and structuring, implementation and oversight of acquired assets for the Global Real Estate Strategy. In this role Colin manages Investments in over 1000 properties located in over 20 counties worldwide. In this episode we talked about:  • Colin's Bio & Background  • Financial Crisis  • The Canadian Market from a Global Perspective  • Post-COVID Real Estate Market Overview  • Pricing & Affordability  • Effects of Inflation  • Commercial Real Estate Culture  • Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colinkrlynch/?originalSubdomain=ca Transcription: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to working capital the real estate podcast. My special guest today is Colin Lynch. Colin is the head of global real estate investments at TD asset management.   Colin is responsible for global and Canadian real estate strategy, overseeing fund design and structuring implementation and oversight of acquired assets for the global real estate strategy. In this role, calling manages investments in over 1000 properties located in over 20 countries. Worldwide. We just updated that now. Colin, how's it going   Colin (53s): Kid. Good. Thank you for having me here.   Jesse (56s): Thanks for, thanks for being on the show. I'm really excited to talk with you today. I think there's a number of things that we'd like to cover, but before we do, as with every guest that we have on the show would love to get a little bit of more information on your background, how you got into real estate. We talked a little how it was a bit of an unconventional approach or entrance into real estate. So take us back, take us back and give us a little bit of a, of your background.   Colin (1m 23s): Absolutely certainly unconventional approach to real estate. So first things first, I actually grew up as very much into music as a musician. And so I was one of those children that was in every sort of music class. By the time it got to high school was performing in a ton of ensembles through the, by the a hundred concerts a year, got to the end of high school, said time to explore something else.   Cause I figured I, I had learned all that I could possibly learn in music, which was incorrect, but I figured I'd at least explored app. And so I went into a business and history. So I did three things in undergrad. I did the world concerned for a music. I did a bachelor of commerce at Queens, and I did a bachelor of arts in history at Queens. And, and then, you know, graduated and it was the heyday of the leveraged buyout, boom. And my mom who said, I was way too all over the place said, you got to get a skill.   You've got to focus and you should go work for those banks because they never run into any issues, their board to stability. And so that's what I did I do to fleet, went out to investment banking and went to Morgan Stanley and got to experience the global financial crisis front and center. Ben went to, went to, to business school. And throughout that entire period, this is where you expect me to say, I had that passion for real estate, which I do, but I also had a passion for commercial aviation.   So joined McKinsey and company in Chicago, but reality was all over the world, did that stuff. And after traveling all over the world, I said, look, that's fantastic, but I'd like to come back to a city I love and a nation I love and that's in Toronto. So I did that and this is where the real estate part comes in. I had been very interested in, in a lot of political activities. And so in 2014, in January, 2014, somebody that couldn't get elected asked me to help him.   And that was the John Torrey mayoral campaign here in, in Toronto. And so 10 months later he was mayor. He asked me to work for him. I said, no. And through that conversation set of conversations that got introduced to this firm called Greystone, a firm that I had never heard of before. And, and after about a year of conversation, Greystone asked me to join. So initially I joined in strategy working for effectively the C-suite and, and then that turned into moving into the real estate world.   So that's a long way of saying I had a very unconventional introduction to the world of real estate, but it was, it was a fun story to, to live through.   Jesse (4m 26s): That's great. So in terms of the, the financial crisis component of that was that you were still a at Morgan Stanley at that, at that time. And if so, what were you doing? What were you doing for them there?   Colin (4m 38s): Yeah, I was doing a number, number of different things. I, so I started started that Morgan Stanley focused on consumer retail and financial services. So financial sponsor stories. So serving pension plans who private equity firms in the light and then also timber companies. And then, and then as, as the financial crisis unfolded that broadened.   And I basically worked across firstly every street, but spent a bit of time in real estate as well. And then from a type of activity, as I mentioned prior to the global financial crisis investment banking was doing a lot of leveraged buyouts and throughout the financial crisis also worked on things like that or in possession financing for companies going through insolvency or worked on a few, reached a sort of a few IPO's did some M and a, but at the conclusion of my term at Morgan Stanley, the governor of the bank of Canada, Mark Carney at the time requested some help on the financial stability plan for Canada that was quantitative easing effectively in Trent and requests was help design a program for the bank to implement a quantitative easing.   And so that's what I did in the last sort of four months or so of my time at Morgan Stanley. So highly unusual investment banking experience for sure. A lot of industries and a lot of different types of activities that I participated in very much a function of the global financial crisis.   Jesse (6m 21s): Yeah, for sure. I mean, it's still topical, I guess even the current environment we're in now. So I think the, the idea of just the macro economic perspective you got, I don't think it's something that's too dissimilar to some of what we're doing right now from a stimulus and, and a quantitative easing perspective.   Colin (6m 40s): Very fair point. And you know, it's interesting because prior to this environment that we're in used to tell folks about that quantitative easing program, which the bank didn't actually have to implement. And the bank was here in Canada was one of the few central banks worldwide. They didn't have to implement quantitative easing well, fast forward to 2020, and we were pretty, pretty heavy on the quantitative Beason train. So, so, you know, it's things, things change and evolve over time.   Yeah.   Jesse (7m 11s): Yeah. Fair enough. So take us to, to the Greystone, to the actual foray into real estate, you know, what, what area did you, did you initially go into, and maybe for those that don't know a little bit about what they do?   Colin (7m 25s): Yeah, absolutely. So Greystone began as the investment management corporation of Saskatchewan. So 35 years ago, thereabouts, it was a department of, of the government and it was spun out from the government and became sort of like the investment authority for the province of Saskatchewan then became owned by pension plans. And at that point looked very much like, you know, the Aimco as an example, what the government of Saskatchewan said at that point, when they spun it out was after five years, the pensions could do whatever they wanted in terms of their investment management services.   And over time management bought out most of the interests of those pensions and, and that, that time Greystone had a very small real estate portfolio. It was a full suite, so public equities and fixed income, but also had real estate. And that real estate grew from about 200 million to on, on, by the time TD came around and bought Greystone in 2018, that real estate portfolio equity was about 16, 17 billion mortgages was around, I believe at the time about 4 billion.   And so it was quite the successful run and Greystone had become a name for excellence in real estate, both equity and debt, even though Greystone began and, and still had quite a strong public equities and fixed income side to it. And so like that, I joined Ray stone working with the senior team in, and once I did a number of things around reorganizations U S expansion, et cetera, I said, look, it's time to fire me because I'm pretty much done.   And then that, you know, originated into originate the conversation, which was, you know, do you want to be a coach, I E a manager, or do you want to be a player on the team? And I looked at that and I said, you know, what, why being a player on the team looks really interesting. And so that's the path I went down. And as we've looked at the different areas in Greystone and where my passion was, my dad grew up in construction. And so I grew up with, you know, floor plans, building plans, sorry, I'm on my, on my basement floor.   You know, I had a fascination for real estate. And so I thought that would be a cool place to be. And so my foray in was working on our asset management division. And so we created a real estate asset management division in house to do a bit of that work a bit on the office portfolio, in the industrial portfolio. And then, so I worked on that, that I was also asked to help co-create the international strategy, which was taking Greystone success that we had experienced over 30 years within Canada and, and expanding that outside of Canada.   And so I worked on those two initiatives and, and then the international strategy went from strategy to being a fund. And I went from creating the strategy to running the fund and then, and then that grew, and it was quite, it's been quite a successful ride. And then I was earlier this year, asked to take over the domestic portfolio, which is that portfolio that had been around for the, for the last 30 years.   Jesse (10m 55s): Yeah. So in terms of, in terms of going into the fund model, what was it prior to that? Was it, was it raising capital for asset specific and w like, what was that transformation like?   Colin (11m 5s): Yeah, so it was actually, so on the international side, it was literally building something from scratch. So Greystone prior to launching the international head, just domestic real estate. And it was a largely one strategy on the equity side and one strategy on the debt side, diversified across property types and by risk strategies and by geography and on international there's, there were a lot of investors con we call clients that were asking us, you know, why don't you have a strategy to invest outside of Canada?   And for about a decade, the Greystone response was we hear you, but we're focused on delivering great results in Canada. And so when I came around and said, look, I really am interested in, in, in being a player on the team versus the coach, they said, great help us solve this. And so we, we literally had a whiteboard. That's how we began. And we, and we designed ground up a single, comprehensive global strategy, investing everywhere from Australia to Europe, to the U S across all the property types and all of our strategies in all formats.   So it could be a fund investment or can be a JV, or it could be a club. And, and so we designed something with a tremendous amount of flexibility, which took a long time, but it was quite fun to be able to just literally create something from scratch and then, and then to actually build it, which, you know, you have all of the legal ramifications, regulatory ramifications fro in selling Greystone to TV in the middle of bad. And now you're pro you're owned by a traded bank and they've got their own regulations and then sort of, you know, build a track record and, and take that to the market and, and raise capital and, and deploy it.   So that's been, that's been the journey on the international side and it's definitely been interesting.   Jesse (13m 11s): Yeah, that is interesting. So we had a Michael Emery on the show a few months ago from allied REIT, and we know every time I have some Canadian Canadian guests that has started or work for a large Canadian real estate company, I always ask them the comparison to the U S or globally, where you have individuals playing in our backyard for a certain amount of time. And then I can imagine just like you're alluding to here, the regulatory environment, the probably the accredited investor differences and those kinds of complexities. Well, I'm sure there was a bunch of things that were challenging, but was there one thing or one or two things that was really one of the, one of the hardest parts about that transformation or about that ability to go from not just in playing in a Canadian market, but into a global space?   Colin (13m 58s): Oh, that's a good question. Certainly the regulatory dynamic is, is, is challenging. The European union, as an example, is a highly regulated regulatory construct. And, and there's a lot of rules around if you're marketing a fund, there's something called a passport and you sort of have to have this passport that applies to certain European countries.   We have a vehicle in Ireland called the ICAP, which Cyrus collective acid vehicle runs pretty akin to accompany. So with a legitimate board and, and, and all of the infrastructure service providers, companies that service that ICAP sending that up was quite, quite, quite the work, particularly as we're getting to the ninth ending of this, of this story, right, as COVID started. And so we sort of certainly felt the heat of regulatory concern just in general, as, as we were creating this as, as COVID habit.   So that's probably a little bit of a boring answer cause folks, folks, really, not too many people get up in the morning wanting to talk regulatory details, but, you know, we had eight, eight external law firms helping us around the world on, on that, on that point. And so, you know, the, the complexity of that I think was unexpected. I would say I'd stepped back from that and say, there's a cultural difference, you know, in, in the U S for sure.   You know, I think a bit more aggressive in Canada, we've got a smaller number of participants in the market that are fair. You know, quite a number are fairly well capitalized and have very long-term perspectives in terms of ownership, property. That's not uniform around the world. And certainly the U S is a deep and liquid place. And, and, and the regional variances are quite significant, but I think that broad sort of hates a little bit more aggressive is actually probably true.   I'd say the real estate challenge for us is there's just a host of participants worldwide. And so, you know, we're active in Australia, we're active in the UK, we're active in Germany, we're active in Japan and, and finding sort of like-minded investors across all of those regions. It's just a lot to learn a lot to introduce yourself a lot of introductions to make, and a lot of subsequent sort of conversations. And then you layer that on, into, into do that in the pandemic.   And, you know, fortunately we S we did maybe three years of those introductions and, and subsequent meetings, pre pandemic, but still we've, you know, we've had quite a number of those conversations. So layer on doing, doing that in a pandemic. And it becomes a quite interesting,   Jesse (17m 2s): Yeah, a little more challenging than, than any other time or most times in terms of, if we go there on that, you know, lockdowns the government stimulus, what we we've talked about before eviction moratoriums a lot has happened in the, in the last crazy to say almost two years, how has that perspective for you? And I understand it's a big question, but how has that, how has your perspective as a, as somebody that deals with real estate on a, on a domestic and global level, you know, how has your opinion of the market and asset classes changed over the last year or two?   Colin (17m 38s): Yeah, that is a big question. So generally put, I've been reminded of the ever present role of government in our lives and in particular in real estate. And I, and I don't think that can be overstated, right? So whether, you know, the, the eviction moratoriums, or simply put closing down a lot, a lot of the retail, et cetera, and that was a global story.   And, and going through the different government programs requirements, et cetera, particularly during the first two waves of COVID was, was an exercise. And, and there's things that we know about. So the shopping malls closed, et cetera. There were other things that got a bit less play, but were also meaningful. I E different requirements for international investors use Australia as an example, there were new requirements for international investors looking to bring capital into the market due to COVID.   So, you know, that, that was interesting now to real estate foundationally. I don't think COVID has changed my perspective on the different property types. So as an example, while located office and CPDs high quality had the view that if, you know, pre COVID, if, if you're making office investments, that's probably where you want to invest during COVID, don't have, I haven't changed my perspective on it, you know, has my overall sort of thoughts on office as a property type being tempered clearly.   But I, you know, I think you talk to folks and say, and what you hear is, you know, COVID, hasn't really changed their direction of travel. I think that's, that's largely the same for me. I do think on the retail side at some point. So I used the UK as an example, where we saw a lot of devaluation of retail. At some point, you hit the level where you say, you know, the land value is, is, is higher than what folks are sort of trading in the market for.   Right. And I think in the UK, you actually have some of those situations, but I think in, in Canada, there were probably some deals to be had in the retail space, depending on the type of retail you're looking at. And that probably, that would be a different point of view than one I would have had two years ago. It's just, we've seen, you know, a lot interns evaluations over the last two years, multifamily and industrial. I mean, you know, I think we've all been very interested on the industrial story, the E the E grocery dynamic, something I'm focused on a bit, most folks don't see that being a significant concern in, in, you know, for those that own grocery boxes.   But I do think that that E grocery, even though most would say, it's fairly unprofitable for the operators. I do think it's worth watching. And, and then on the multifamily side, you know, the, the story say, Hey, everybody's moved out, Tim, we're all gonna live in, in, you know, in two hours outside of the metros or we're going to move someplace far. I think we're seeing that kind of played out to a small degree, but largely hasn't fully, and folks have moved back.   And especially in, in the U S where folks have moved back into urban Metro San Francisco's a bit sluggish on that. But beyond that CEO look at Seattle, look at Boston, you've seen, you've seen those apartment rants quite dramatically increased this year. So, you know, some, all of that up and say, not dramatic changes in my view on real estate overall, but certainly certainly reinforcement in some areas and, and deeper thinking and others.   Yeah.   Jesse (21m 57s): I think I'm probably agree with everything you just said, from my perspective of what you're saying, it sounds like very similar to our outlook. Obviously we're biased in brokerage, but on the office end, I think that there was, if you were really in tune with what was going on in office, you saw a lot of these changes really predated COVID in the lockdown, the different ways of working, the ability to have people come in on potential alternating days. So I th I share your position on downtown well located transit oriented office.   I think the story hasn't changed much for them. What's, what's been amazing is that record prices that we've seen in, in industrial and multi res industry industrial, you know, has been the darling of the industry, multi Rez. I think at the beginning of the pandemic, there was this concern that eviction moratoriums would have caused this, you know, mass vacancy, which I think just generally we didn't see, we saw people paying their rent, which I guess in theory, or in practice was kind of subsidy subsidized by the government's.   Colin (23m 3s): Yeah, no, that's right. That's right. It was. And that goes back to the first point on the large role of government in, in our society. And, and to be fair, so much of our society was underwritten by the government, especially in that first lockdown, but our multifamily it's interesting because one could juxtapose a national headline from CNN, for instance, saying nobody's paying rent and rent collection is only at 70%. And multi-family, and then what I was hearing from, from institutional owners was, oh, no, our rent collections are 95%.   And I, the worst I heard was like maybe 89%. And so, you know, that, you know, those two stats juxtapose show the importance of institutional ownership of the multifamily space and, and how that really paid off in, in, in, in, throughout the crisis, not withstanding the point that yes, government definitely helped pay the bills for a number of folks, but that really, really mattered. And also the types of multifamily that you were in, this is more of a us common than Canada, because, you know, you have a much broader spectrum in the us, but certainly some of that luxury multi-family was, was hit pretty hard in the U S but interestingly, it is bouncing back.   Now I was in Boston six weeks ago, or so touring a bit of this product and it's, you know, it was quite interesting. The bounce back has been pretty robust. So anyway, for me, the point is institutional ownership and management of, of multifamily really made a difference in, in the crisis. Yeah.   Jesse (24m 49s): And I think on that point with trip, you know, AAA or high-end multi res, I know that there was intra construction, you know, pivots from, okay, maybe let's go be like, you know, maybe we don't need the Taj Mahal, whereas prior to COVID, they might've gone for that super high end. But yeah, I think a big component of it has been, despite some of the government policies, people have continued to pay the rent. And it seems to be at least from the data that we have, that the not only the prices keep going up, but net operating income keeps going up.   So the question really from my point of view is, you know, w where do we hit the wall first and pricing or affordability, you know, what, what tempers multi rise.   Colin (25m 30s): Yeah, that's a really good question. And take it take cities like Vancouver and Toronto, which have robust shadow rental markets where that condo inventory is, is really, you know, subbing in for that luxury rental. And I candidly think that it's those owners that will have to deal with that question first versus a multifamily owners. And if I were to sort of locate myself along that spectrum, I have to think affordability's going to start being an issue one way or another.   So whether it's, you know, people are paying, you know, the income proportions after, after tax income is, is, is off the charts. I'd say as, as a proportion of rent on average, you know, in, in, in, in Toronto and Vancouver, again, to a lot of that sort of condo shadow inventory, but it's worse for folks that are owner occupiers, just based off of the, you know, the significant appreciation that has happened.   So, you know, I think it's a legitimate concern. I just don't think institutional multifamily Canada is going to be the first in line to address it. I think there's going to be some other folks who dressing at first and we'll see how it gets addressed. And then the big thing that everybody talks about in, in the public equities world is interest rates. And when will they go up and, you know, folks are concerned about inflation. And I think we genuinely are, cause it sucks that things are a lot more expensive quickly, but I think a lot more people are much more interested on how will central banks, if they decide that this inflation run is a bit more permanent than they thought, Hmm, how will they adjust interest rates to, you know, deal with that.   And, and, and there, you know, if I look at that's the challenge and the folks lined up to, to face that challenge, those multi-family owners, aren't first in line, they're probably third in line. The first SIM are probably, you know, I would say highly leveraged homeowners that have, you know, purchased a product in the last year or so.   Jesse (27m 47s): Yeah. Fair enough. In terms of moving on to a little bit more on the interest rate, inflation inflation environment, you know, we keep hearing whether this is transitory, whether inflation that we have right now, for those that don't know, I think the fed very quietly, you know, mentioned that they would no longer be targeting the 2%, you know, their, their typical target of a 2% inflation. And it kind of went under the radar, I think even from, from kind of financial news, but w what are your thoughts?   And I guess in your role at TD, obviously you have to take a pretty broad global approach. How, how, how did that decision and what you've been seeing as inflation kind of creeping up, how is that influencing or changing, if it does your opinion on, on, you know, where you think you want to lock in rates where you think that you can, you can be in, in variable environments.   Colin (28m 44s): Yeah. Good question. So numb number places, one on, on the fixed versus fair, but we, we have generally put, had a predisposition to have as much fixed as possible on the view that, you know, this environment is benign in terms of the cost of debt. And so if we could sort of lock in some of that, that's, that's quite attractive now in certain places, it's pretty hard to do that. So construction financing being one, but we're possible that's being broadly the approach and, and this, and now that's a worldwide thing.   So, you know, I think that approach was most pronounced pre pandemic in places like Japan and also in Germany and other European countries. But I think now that's a Candace point, a us point, et cetera, on the other side, which is on the property type side, that's interesting, right? Because multifamily have one year, at least a student housing and maybe eight months, maybe 12 month policing. And when you look at an inflation world of rising interest rate world, that becomes quite interesting, even pre pandemic we're down in Australia, looking at industrial, we took a lot of comfort from the structure of leases in, in, for industrial product in Australia, which have a rental escalations each year.   And it's quite quite attractive at two to 3% per year. And so some now, sorry, that's quite attractive right now, right? Hopefully, hopefully it's attractive in five years, but I think that's also important. What's the structure of the leasing in, in the property types that you're investing in. And, and it's interesting, even in the office environment today, we're seeing leasing transform a little bit. We're seeing shorter term leases, not due to inflation, just due to uncertainty in office, but the, you know, the, I guess the net benefit of what might be viewed as more challenging leasing dynamic is you might have a little bit more flexibility in the shorter term if we, if we do have, you know, rising rates due to rising inflation.   So it is a complicated point, but we, we really began thinking about it in earnest in 2020. You know, we, we thought about it in 2019 and 2018, but in 2020, as we saw some of those significant changes and by the way, on the fed. Yeah. So that was a watershed moment. At least to me, when they moved off that sort of target, they also sort of announced, I think in the September meeting to be, you know, that they would begin tapering. Now we've been tapering in Canada for awhile, but I also think that's an important announcement that probably didn't get as much press as it should.   And then the program to taper fully, I think goes until June of next year. And after that, you would, you know, at least conceivably expect that rates would begin to rise. And I think to most people that would be sooner than what most people anticipate for the U S fed to, to do so. Yes, the feds made a few announcements that I think of come beneath that radar screen.   Jesse (31m 59s): I think it's one of those things that when it comes down to the ground level for us at the property level, whether it's, you know, office leasing or retail, I think there is potential for return of, you know, we've had leases where in the nineties and eighties, you'd see these legacy leases where they didn't have step-ups discreetly, but they had, you know, each, each year your rent would rise or your base rent would rise as a function of the CPI index. So it'd be interesting to see if we go back to more of kind of targeted step-ups that really want to go up with inflation, you know, if that's going to be a big enough thing where you, you see that translate, but yeah, it's, it's definitely something that's on the interest rate side, curious for all everybody, you know, we have people on that are, I find extremely smart that will have complete opposite opinions on inflation and interest rates.   So it's one of those things where you watch carefully, but in terms of having a crystal ball for where, where rates are going to go, I mean, I think I've confidently said rates will have to go up for the last 10 years.   Colin (33m 5s): Yeah, that's right. That's right. And, and, and eating a bit of humble pie is essential when, when, when prognosticating about these saints, because it's, you know, it's, it's almost like predicting currencies. There's just so much that goes in to, to, to, you know, what the fed does or what the bank of Canada does. And, you know, you can raise rate rates quickly or slowly. You might raise some that dance through there is, there's quite a lot in there.   And then you've got geopolitics, you've got a health pandemic and, and, you know, so sitting in 2019, nobody would have anticipated, right. Where rates would be today, just nobody would have gone in that. Right. So to your point, yes, I, I definitely eat some humble pie as well.   Jesse (33m 54s): Yeah, no, fair enough. You, you control what you can control. And, you know, we were in one of those few industries where you can directly almost directly pass on inflation to your customer, but it's a interesting point, especially in the Canadian environment, when you talk about student rentals where you essentially can mark to market your rental rates almost almost annually, usually two years, three years. But, you know, for those that don't know the Canadian environment, even in multi res, even though they're one year leases, you're not really marketing to market within, you know, every year, you know, the turnover can be, depending on the asset can be quite a bit different than, than student res.   Yeah,   Colin (34m 32s): Absolutely. And that, and, and, and that will be interesting going forward, right? Because you had folks in the last year or so, depending on the market and depending on the product, and this is more of a condo shadow inventory point that moves to take advantage of some of the lower rents in the multi-res side, that due to, you know, rent control, both, you know, use Toronto or Ontario as an example, you would think that the turnover rates going to decline materially, at least in the short term, as a result and in, in the student world, you know, it's, it's doubly interesting.   So number one, you've got your normal turnover folks graduate, but you also have this year and next year cold called the bulge in the class. You've got people that might've delayed, that are now taking the class people that were at home that are now going back to campus. You've got campuses that were virtual, like Ryerson here in Toronto that are going back to in-person in January. So that re all of that combined, and then you've got international students that are coming back.   It makes it a really interesting place to be in the student world. Yeah.   Jesse (35m 50s): Yeah, for sure. Colin, I want to be respectful of the time here, but I do want to talk about the, the black opportunity fund for those that don't know what it is. I just want to, you know, before we, we ask our final questions here, I mean, just in kind of asking the question, are you able to talk a little bit about the fund moving on to kind of culture in our commercial real estate world? You know, we can talk about specifically here in our area, but I think culture is very similar, our commercial real estate culture.   So I'd like to just kind of get your view on where we're at right now, from your point of view, you know, we're what improvements from a cultural standpoint you think that we can make and, and yeah. And on that talking a little bit about the fund and what it is.   Colin (36m 37s): Yeah, absolutely. So first the culture culture in real estate, in the commercial real estate world, it is a highly congenial culture and relies a lot on personal and interpersonal interaction and the log on the power of networks. And that's just a global global point and familiarity with each other on the basis, usually of doing deals and transactions and working through situations, none of that's overly bad.   What I have found, whether it's going to expo in new Nick or whether it's going to, you know, an animal con conference in Beijing is it's extraordinarily a male and be uniform. And when I stepped back from that, I think, you know, the folks that occupy our properties are not all male and not all uniform. And we live in one of the most incredibly rapidly changing and advancing times ever, right?   We're in the fourth industrial revolution and everything literally is changing. And so how can an owner operator of real estate realistically tell their investors that they're the best in the world at what they do, but their staff is only, you know, only calls from a quarter of the population in the country or city in which they're in. I just don't think it's possible. There are smart people out there, brilliant people out there that would make fantastic real estate investors that aren't actually able to get into real estate for X, Y, Z at ABC reasons.   So I think that's a problem for the real estate industry as much or more than it is a problem for society. But if we can solve that problem, we create better outcomes. And this isn't just that, you know, this isn't a CSR thing. I E the thing at the back of the annual report and where everybody's smiling, no, this is actually a, Hey, you can do, you can create better returns by having smarter people running the strategies, running the real estate.   So what's the black opportunity fund, a billion and a half world's largest pool of capital to fund a black led black focus, black serving charities nonprofits on one hand businesses entrepreneurs on the other hand. And why, because when we went through the last two years accelerated by what happened, George Floyd, we saw a ton of organizations doing fantastic work, just subscale.   They just need a capital. And it, why? Because we thought, Hey, why don't we start an, you know, a scholarship? Well, there's a ton of organizations getting scholarships. Why don't we start an after-school program? There's tons of organizations. There are literally hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of nonprofits, by the way, didn't say charities because they don't have even the scale to get through the process to become a registered charity. So they're non-profits, but they're, you know, moms and pops doing their best with the limited resources that we, that they have.   So black opportunity for motivate contributions from corporations, governments, individuals, families, anybody, we think it's a whole, a candidate problem to scale up these charities, nonprofits on the businesses and entrepreneurs side. There are thousands of entrepreneurs and businesses, all of them virtually all of them, very small. And the number one issue statistically as surveyed is access to capital.   And there is both and a perception issue and also true difficulty accessing meaning financial institutions are less likely, and this was studied by the, the federal reserve are less likely to give to an individual of color. There, there are like more likely to be determined, to be high risk.   And as a result, individuals of color are less likely then to go to those financial institutions. So you have sort of this negative wheel created. And so we're just trying to break that and create an assessable pool of capital to provide. So that's the goal of the black opportunity fund. We have been raised capital TD just announced a couple of weeks ago, $10 million plus office space. Plus the conduct individuals, national bank announced 6 million, just over $6 million to, to the black opportunity fund.   There's been a number of other contributions, but we're early meaning we've got a ways to go. We spent a lot of time creating the infrastructure at the correct governance, the board, et cetera, et cetera. And it's been a huge effort, more than 300 folks involved. We talked to thousands of businesses and charities and all, all across the country. And that's important to geography. Folks think about Toronto and Montreal. They overlook St.   Johns and Halifax and equalizer. We want to focus completely across the country, French and English, female, and male, and, and, and also LGBTQ plus, et cetera, that is important to us. And so that's the black opportunity fund.   Jesse (42m 29s): Yeah, I think, I think for, you know, from the point of view of the industry, I think me personally, I think that's why it's important to have these carefully, these organizations do these care for careful, you know, dis w whatever you want to call them, disparate impact studies, but we're looking at what policy actually does at the end of the day. You know, we have XYZ goal for policy, but what is really happening in reality? One thing that really clicked for me was I was in business school years ago in Toronto, and we had a venture capital capitalist that was talking to our class.   And he said that he had his daughter, she was going into computer science and programming and university of Waterloo for, you know, the Americans listening pretty much our Silicon valley in Canada. And he said, he went, brought her into programming and it was an orientation. And as most people could imagine, 99.9, 9% male. And initially I remember thinking, well, you know, if, if you go into something and you have people that are interested in that and they want to do it, and it happens to be disproportionate to society, you know, that's people making, making decisions, but then you said something, I think it would always stuck with me.   And when we have these conversations, I always think about this is, he said, these are, this is the generation that's going to design the virtual reality in geography. We plan the way that we navigate the world is a lot of it is going to be on the computer. A lot of it is going to be software. Do you really want this one cohort of people, no matter how great they are with all the blind, you know, the blind side, you know, the blind spots that they have. Do you want that to be what creates the future and designs it, or do you want to have a multitude of different views where the collective blind spots, you know, create something that is very clear?   Colin (44m 22s): Yeah, no, that's exactly. That's exactly it. And the tech world to that point has had its owns for the realization. Cause you know, commercial real estate, isn't alone. I mean, I'd say broadly the investment world, same thing broadly, broadly the tech world. But if you stay, you know, I stepped back and I've, and I've posed this question and truly a few times, it's like, why, why is it that virtually all of the administrative assistants are female. And it's like, do you, do you grow up?   Are you born? And you grow up and there's an innate desire as a female to become an admin assistant that doesn't exist for males. And clearly the answer is no, at least at least my interpretation and understanding of medicine yields me to conclude. That's probably not the case. It's probably a societal expectation. But if you take it to your example or the instance of commercial real estate owners, you know, how, how is it that you will grow?   How can you grasp future trends? How will you understand how people want to live, work and play, how they want to shop the types of retailers? They w retailers that they want to go to the experience that they want to have in lifestyle oriented centers. How can you actually understand that? If it's five dudes planning out the layout of the mall, right? It just, I don't get it. So to me, it's kind of like, well, you want to, you want to draw people in so that you have these different points of view.   So   Jesse (46m 0s): You're just going to go to that mall and not have any place for, for your, any daycare to put your child.   Colin (46m 7s): Yeah. Pretty much   Jesse (46m 9s): Awesome. And okay. I've, you know, we've been very, very generous with your time here calling. We have four questions. We ask everybody on, on the show. So if you're cool, I'll S I'll send them your way.   Colin (46m 20s): Sounds good.   Jesse (46m 22s): Okay. What's one thing, you know, now in your career, you wish you knew when you started,   Colin (46m 27s): I say, boldly use using the Wayne Gretzky analogy, which is old flea. Think about where that puck is going and skate, where that puck is going versus looking at the shiny object today and going to that shiny object today.   Jesse (46m 46s): Yeah, that's great. I haven't heard that in a while B be where that thing or that puck is going to be not where it, not, where it is in terms of, we always ask guests in terms of what you would tell younger people, getting into our industry, and just generally your view of mentorship,   Colin (47m 3s): Jay mentorships, critical more than my mistakes has been not caring mentors throughout my career. As I progress, meaning I have lots of mentors as I began my career. And then you sort of, you know, go through the different levels and you know, you get busy, it falls off you, you know, whatever, it's a terrible thing. I think mentors are absolutely critical. Gives you a perspective on, on things that you're seeing today that, that person's seen in a different way, 3, 4, 5 different times, and can tell you what they did or what didn't do more important than that is a mentor calls out your bullshit.   And that's really important sometimes. And so that's valuable somebody coming into the industry today, what would I say? It is a relationship industry at the end of the day. I mean, you got to do the work you got to do well, you got to have passion for it. So if you don't have passion for real estate, don't go into real estate. So assuming you're passionate for real estate, it's a networking industry, it's a relationship industry. And so take that time to go out and take somebody to drinks.   Or if you don't drink, take them to lunch, whatever it is, because that, that is what gets your career going in the industry.   Jesse (48m 29s): Yeah, absolutely. What is one or two books or podcasts that you are constantly recommending?   Colin (48m 35s): Yeah, that's a good question. I do like Malcolm Gladwell's books a lot. I wish I could say I've got a long book list. I wish I could say I've read all the books on that book list. There's a book that comes to mind. It was it's the power of one. I read it in literally high school, but it, it, it, it just speaks to me as a story about courage and resilience that, you know, I think is beneficial today.   And if I go back to your earlier question about advice, people used to say in, I banking world, it's a marathon, not a sprint. It absolutely is. And so to run that marathon, you need resilience and you need that, you know, that, that capacity to endure, to learn, to fall down, to, you know, make mistakes and to get up even better. Yeah. That, that book, the pair, the power of one was quite, quite instrumental to me, even though I read it so many years ago. Awesome.   Jesse (49m 39s): We'll put a link up to that. And the last question, my favorite layup first car make and model.   Colin (49m 48s): So funny enough, I've never, I've never owned a car because I've always lived in, in urban centers and have, you know, subscribed to the notion of taking the subway, walking everywhere and now taking Uber's. But the first car is likely to be some form of electric vehicle. Can't say it's going to be a Tesla, but it might be a, so let's go with Tesla and some electric vehicles.   Jesse (50m 16s): I like it. That's the first guest to prospect there, their first car. And the second one that, that they've always, they've always been public transit oriented. So I think that trend is going to continue going in that direction.   Colin (50m 30s): Yeah. I was early on that train cause you know, you know, it was very unusual, but you know, just like the, not having a landline telephone, a terrain that was early on that too, but eventually I'm going to have to give them, I know I can, I can see it coming in. It's probably going to be that Evy, hopefully when those batteries are better, there you go   Jesse (50m 50s): Calling for those, for those interested in getting in contact with you or anybody that wants to see, you know, what you guys are up to, what would be the best place to reach out?   Colin (51m 1s): Yeah. So LinkedIn is, is, is good. People do reach out through that in terms of finding, you know, what we're up to black opportunity fund for bear has a good website, lots of info there. We keep it up to date as it relates to T them and global real estate and our Canadian real estate, there is a T damn website, like most websites in the, in the investment world. We don't tend to overload it with information.   So, but T them does have a LinkedIn page. And so that is also quite active. So following either TDM on LinkedIn or on Twitter, there's there's information there. And if you don't want to do either and just want to message me on LinkedIn, you can, and eventually I'll get back to you.   Jesse (51m 54s): My guest today has been calling Lynch con thanks for being part of working capital   Colin (51m 59s): Pleasure. Pleasure. It was great conversation.   Jesse (52m 8s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five-star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one take care.

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast
A conversation with John Deere

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 36:17


On this episode, Jaime Rivera sat down with the folks from John Deere, who had a notable presence at CES 2022 -- JV and Jaime both got a great look at the tech that power their autonomous combines and tractors. With autonomous driving all the rage both on and off the roads, Jaime learns what makes John Deere's technology so effective -- and where it might lead us. The video that this audio comes from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbwuJud-nJc&t=3s Follow our hosts! Jaime Rivera http://twitter.com/jaime_rivera http://instagram.com/jaimerivera Joshua Vergara (JV) --- http://youtube.com/joshuavergara http://twitter.com/jvtechtea http://instagram.com/jvtechtea http://tiktok.com/@jvtechtea   Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub http://pocketnow.com   Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://instagram.com/pocketnow   Music by pine voc: cell division - music for smartphones "smartphone" and "app store" https://steviasphere.bandcamp.com/album/cell-division-music-for-smartphones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast
E138 - The Stone Cold Truth: Oct '03

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 117:44


Episode 138 - The Stone Cold Truth: Oct ‘03 This week Mike & JV will discuss the following events from Raw from October 20 & 27, 2003.   RAW 543 - 10/20/03 - Audio - Promo - Part I - Stone Cold Steve Austin & Test/Stacy Keibler (04:00- 11:34) RAW 543 - 10/20/03 - Audio - Promo - Part II - Eric Bischoff Challenges Stone Cold (11:35- 16:05) RAW 543 - 10/20/03 - Backstage - Eric Bischoff w/ Jericho & Big Poppa Pump (25:40- 26:20) RAW 543 - 10/20/03 - Match- Booker T vs. Randy Orton - Booker T Joins Team Austin RAW 543 - 10/20/03 - Backstage - Stone Cold & Goldberg (36:00- 36:38) RAW 543 - 10/20/03 - Backstage - Eric Bischoff & Goldberg (51:36- 52:26) RAW 543 - 10/20/03 - Backstage - Chris Jericho & Trish Stratus (54:56- 56:01) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Promo - Part I - Evolution & Eric Bischoff  RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Audio - Promo - Part II - Stone Cold Steve Austin Interrupts (12:22- 16:20) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Highlight Reel - Chris Jericho & Booker T (21:00- 24:12) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Backstage - Eric Bischoff & Chris Jericho (24:53- 25:52) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Match Results - Mark Henry vs. Lance Storm (25:54) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Audio - Part I - The Coach's Book Review “The Stone Cold Truth” (01:02:30- 01:04:14) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Audio - Part II - The Coach's Book Review “The Stone Cold Truth” (01:04:15- 01:06:51) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Match Results - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match - Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Jericho (01:20:17- 01:25:00) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Audio - Post Match - Stone Cold Steve Austin (01:25:16- 01:26:27) RAW 544 - 10/27/03 - Match Results - WWE Intercontinental Championship - Steel Cage Match - Chris Jericho vs. Rob Van Dam (01:26:33- 01:32:36) Next Week: Ep 139 -  RAW 11/03/03, RAW 11/10/03, & Survivor Series ‘03 11/16/03 Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of  episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page!  This month is Ep 195 - 1994 Royal Rumble Match in Osaka, Japan Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-90. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover August 11, 1990  Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”.  This week, Extreme ECW Live Cast: HCTV 109 & 110 - May 23 & 30, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is  Ep 253 - The Jump:  Chris Jericho to WWF, Royal Rankings  Week 2 - Best Royal Rumble Matches  (98 & 00), Review of WWE Superstars 8/6/94 Please reach out and support us on Twitter  @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/ae7ae179-d4bc-498b-99be-4fef2457a848 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Carolla Classics
Part 2: More DFG Clips

Carolla Classics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 82:03


1. DFG with Alison and Bryan (2014) 2. JV or All Balls + Jo Koy (2014) Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Support the show: TommyJohn.com/Classics Geico.com Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM Request clips: Classics@adamcarolla.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrislaxamana INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/chrislaxamana1 https://instagram.com/giovannigiorgio Website: https://www.podcastone.com/carolla-classics

Adam Carolla Show
Part 2: More DFG Clips (Carolla Classics)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 82:03


1. DFG with Alison and Bryan (2014) 2. JV or All Balls + Jo Koy (2014) Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Support the show: TommyJohn.com/Classics Geico.com Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM Request clips: Classics@adamcarolla.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrislaxamana INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/chrislaxamana1 https://instagram.com/giovannigiorgio Website: https://www.podcastone.com/carolla-classics

Beyond The X's And O's With Trent Dilfer
Drew Bledsoe on Being a Young Franchise QB and Mentoring Tom Brady | Beyond the X's and O's

Beyond The X's And O's With Trent Dilfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 82:28


Drew Bledsoe joins Trent to discuss his high school football experience, not being recruited until his senior year, and the decision to go to Washington State University. He discusses his first completion in college being in a JV game and what it was like playing against USC in the Coliseum in his very next game.  They go on to discuss his college journey ending with him being the number 1 overall pick in the draft, what it was like to play for a team of Hall of Fame coaches in Pete Carroll, Bill Parcells, & Bill Belichick, why the Patriots' success has been so sustainable, his experience with Tom Brady, and how he is attacking his new career running Doubleback Winery with the same passion he did in his football career.

The JV Club with Janet Varney

No better way to start the New Year off right than with the simply dynamite Bonnie Gordon (Star Trek: Prodigy)! JV and Bonnie do some serious bonding over the joy and anxiety of escape rooms, as well as a little something we all know as “imposter syndrome!” Plus! Bonnie's Peter Pan crush, the adventure of growing up in the bayou, and a M.A.S.H.-generated apartment building of misfit geniuses!

Real Estate Investor Dad Podcast ( Investing / Investment in Canada )

This morning we discussed which is more important, JV money first or the deal? We also talked about what it takes to raise capital in today's world. "Edmonton The Cashflow Capital Of Canada" Webinar. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/edmonton-the-cashflow-capital-of-canada-tickets-214486654357?aff=efbneb Got questions that you need answered about Real Estate Investing? Need a kick in the ass? Text me! 587-400-0721

Conscious Millionaire Show
2267: JV Crum III: Vision 2022: Get Rich Changing The World

Conscious Millionaire Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 36:46


Welcome to the Conscious Millionaire Show for entrepreneurs,  who want to create an abundant future for themselves and humanity. Heard by millions in 190 countries.  Do you want to put more money in the bank, create a powerful impact, and enjoy a purposeful life? This is the podcast for you! Join host, JV Crum III, as he goes inside the minds of Millionaire Entrepreneurs and World-Class Business Experts. Today's featured episode... JV Crum III: Vision 2022: Get Rich Changing The World JV Crum III, MBA, JD, MS Psy is a serial entrepreneur, 34x award-winning international best-selling author, speaker, futurist and Founder / CEO of Conscious Millionaire Institute LLC. The Limitless Mindset and Strategy Coach, on each episode JV coaches you using the success steps he has developed helping entrepreneurs around the world to make bigger profits and a bigger impact! Like this Podcast? Get every episode delivered to you free!  Subscribe in iTunes Download Your Free Money-Making Gift Now... "Born to Make Millions" Hypnotic Audio - Click Here Now! Please help spread the word. Subscribing and leaving a review helps others find our podcast. Thanks so much! Inc Magazine "Top 13 Business Podcasts." Conscious Millionaire Network has over 3,000 episodes and millions of listeners in 190 countries. Join us as a regular listener to get money-making secrets on how you can grow your business and profits faster! 

Conscious Millionaire  J V Crum III ~ Business Coaching Now 6 Days a Week
2267: JV Crum III: Vision 2022: Get Rich Changing The World

Conscious Millionaire J V Crum III ~ Business Coaching Now 6 Days a Week

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 36:46


Welcome to the Conscious Millionaire Show for entrepreneurs,  who want to create an abundant future for themselves and humanity. Heard by millions in 190 countries.  Do you want to put more money in the bank, create a powerful impact, and enjoy a purposeful life? This is the podcast for you! Join host, JV Crum III, as he goes inside the minds of Millionaire Entrepreneurs and World-Class Business Experts. Today's featured episode... JV Crum III: Vision 2022: Get Rich Changing The World JV Crum III, MBA, JD, MS Psy is a serial entrepreneur, 34x award-winning international best-selling author, speaker, futurist and Founder / CEO of Conscious Millionaire Institute LLC. The Limitless Mindset and Strategy Coach, on each episode JV coaches you using the success steps he has developed helping entrepreneurs around the world to make bigger profits and a bigger impact! Like this Podcast? Get every episode delivered to you free!  Subscribe in iTunes Download Your Free Money-Making Gift Now... "Born to Make Millions" Hypnotic Audio - Click Here Now! Please help spread the word. Subscribing and leaving a review helps others find our podcast. Thanks so much! Inc Magazine "Top 13 Business Podcasts." Conscious Millionaire Network has over 3,000 episodes and millions of listeners in 190 countries. Join us as a regular listener to get money-making secrets on how you can grow your business and profits faster! 

Pour Une Poignée de Gamers
Test PPG: The Gunk (2021)

Pour Une Poignée de Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 18:50


Rejoignez toute l'équipe PPG sur le Discord: Cliquez-ICI!  On vous attend pour échanger sur les différentes émissions, le JV en général, les machines et même pour jouer en coop!  Pour Une Poignée de Gamers - La Chaine Podcast Gaming & Culture Geek Des tests disponibles chaque weekend! TEST: The Gunk (2021) Chroniqueurs: Béné & Tom Synopsis: The Gunk est un jeu d'aventure développé par Image & Form Games, les créateurs de SteamWorld. Le jeu nous propose de découvrir une planète extraterrestre, et de l'explorer pour découvrir ses secrets, le tout animé par quelques énigmes.  Sortie : 16 décembre 2021 Genre:  Aventure Vous pouvez nous retrouver sur Itunes, Ausha, PodCloud, Deezer, Spotify, Facebook, Twitter & Youtube.  Si vous appréciez l'émission et que vous souhaitez nous encourager à poursuivre, merci de laisser un commentaire étoilé sur Apple-podcast... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Pour-une-Poign%C3%A9e-de-Gamers-1909069955882373/ Twitter:  https://twitter.com/PPGlePodcast  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppglepodcast/  Ausha:  https://podcast.ausha.co/pour-une-poignee-de-gamers Youtube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ZmfGDokSlv-8dpzENO4BQ  

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast
Happy New Year! A look back at 2021 and what's ahead (Nick Gray, Phandroid)

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 64:10


Just days before the turn of the new year, Nick Gray and JV come together to celebrate some of the best items from 2021, courtesy of the Phandroid list. Plenty of thoughts on the best phones, audio, and everyday tech in this show. And then, days before heading out to Vegas for the show, the two talk about conversations around CES 2022.   Follow our guests! Nick Gray (Phandroid) http://youtube.com/phandroid http://phandroid.com http://twitter.com/phandroid http://twitter.com/nickmgray Follow our host! Joshua Vergara (JV) --- http://youtube.com/joshuavergara http://twitter.com/jvtechtea http://instagram.com/jvtechtea http://tiktok.com/@jvtechtea   Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub http://pocketnow.com   Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://instagram.com/pocketnow   Music by pine voc: cell division - music for smartphones "smartphone" and "app store" https://steviasphere.bandcamp.com/album/cell-division-music-for-smartphones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Podcast Talent Coach
Why It Took Me 8 Years To Launch – PTC 368

Podcast Talent Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 26:58


When we are outside looking in, things always look harder than they really are. In 2005, I discovered podcasting and it seemed far beyond anything I could ever do. The tech looked far too difficult for me to ever launch a podcast. Now, you may already have a podcast. You may have mastered the tech necessary to publish every week. If you listen closely, this episode can help you just as much as the new podcaster. We often encounter new challenges in our lives and think those feats are far beyond our capabilities. Think about the things you wish you could accomplish in the upcoming year. Maybe it is building a businessess around your podcast. You might have some really big names on your interview wish list. Maybe you've been wanting to build a sales funnel, but have no idea where to even start. All great journeys begin with the first step. Unfortunately with my podcast, it took me 8 years before I took that first step. I want to see you find success much quicker. RADIO It was March 2005. I was sitting in my living room reading a copy of Wired magazine. This was 2005 before everyone was reading magazines online. I was old school with the physical pages between my fingers. Wired magazine covers the latest in science and technology. It is nowhere near my wheelhouse, and I have no idea why I was reading it. This is probably the only issue of Wired I have ever owned. My magazines of choice have always been magazines like Inc. and Entrepreneur. I have also had a subscription to Fast Company every now and then. At the time, I was the program director of a Top 40 radio station and had my own show. Both were very successful, but the industry was changing rapidly. Radio was becoming homogonized in a big way. Stations were beginning to sound the same. Creativity was being sucked out by big business. The industry was losing its personality in favor of best practices. Think color-by-number. Radio stations weren't finding great, new artists to expose. We weren't doing big, exciting promotions any longer. Morning shows and other on-air talent were being told to shut up and play the music. Which was the same music you were hearing everywhere else. There had to be something more for me. WIRED In that March 2005 issue of Wired magazine, I discovered an article called "Adam Curry Wants To Make You An iPod Radio Star". Maybe this was the reason I had the magazine. With his big 80s hair, Adam Curry was an MTV VJ from 1987 into the mid-90s. When MTV was music television that played music videos, Curry was one of the guys jocking it between the tunes. Now we are 10 years past his MTV heyday. Adam Curry's tech side has flourished. He was actually the first owner of MTV.com before anyone realized owning URLs was a thing. Curry was 40 in 2005. He launched iPodder a year earlier. Wired described the platform like this … "A tiny application that he believes has the power to challenge commercial radio. iPodder is the bastard offspring of the blog and the Apple MP3 player. It combines the hyperactive talkiness of blogs and the hipness of iPods into something utterly new: the podcast. iPodder uses the blog syndication tool RSS to automatically download homebrew radio shows, podcasts, directly into a portable MP3 player." I was mesmerized. So much so that I tore that article out of the magazine and saved it. I don't even read Wired magazine and here I am saving an article from it. ANYONE Curry's studio was his Audi A8. He would record from the front seat with his interview guest in the passenger. This was crazy to me. The article continued with, "Welcome to podcasting, the medium that promises a future where anyone can make radio, instead of just listen to it." Anyone. That was the magical word. You see, I had been in radio for 15 years at this point. I wanted so badly to own a radio station. Unfortunately, stations were being gobbled up by big companies. The ownership dream was fading. Now big haired Adam Curry comes along and says I could do it from my car. And, people would actually listen. But I didn't know the first thing about tech. I barely knew what an .mp3 was. We were still playing music at the radio station off of CDs. I surely didn't know what an RSS feed was. PERFECT Then there was the issue of perfectionism. How could I possibly record a quality podcast from the front seat of a car when I had been working to create perfect radio audio for a decade-and-a-half? We had perfect studios and perfect microphones. The audio software cost thousands of dollars. Scripts were fine-tuned and meticulous. Now Adam was hanging some mics from the visors in his car and recording whatever came to mind. How could this be? I tucked the article away and continued on my radio journey. DAVE Then one day in late 2012 I received an email from Dave Jackson at the School of Podcasting. I had been writing a blog about content creation for podcasters. Most of the content was mined from my years in radio. My writing had been picked up by Blog World. They were looking to expand the podcast section of their website and liked what I was writing. Dave saw the articles and reached out to see how we might help each other. That was the start of a great friendship. It was also the start of my podcast. I told Dave what I didn't know. He showed me how easy it could be. Launching a podcast takes minimal equipment. You need a USB mic and a computer to plug it into. You need some software to edit the audio. Audacity is free. Then, you need an audio host like Libsyn to store and distribute the show. By the way, get your first month of Libsyn free using the promo code PTC at Libsyn.com. Next thing you know, my first episode was published in 2013. It was a lot easier than I expected. And who knows when it would have actually happened if Dave hadn't reached out that day. We all have enough information. Sometimes we just need a little accountability. What are you working on today? In the next 12 months, what do you want to accomplish? Chances are, the answers are right in front of you. They are just disguised as complicated. You don't know what you don't know. If you look under the hood and examine the real steps it takes to get there, you'll be surprised. It usually isn't nearly as hard as it looks. You just need to take the first step. Get started. BACK TO ADAM The funny thing is, I went back to revisit that Wired article. At the end of the piece, it says … How to make your own podcast ... Plug in a USB headset with earphone and microphone into your computer. Install the free Audacity .mp3 recorder for Windows, Mac or Linux. Make a recording and save it as an .mp3. Upload the .mp3 file to your website or blog. Follow the instruction on iPodder to create an RSS feed on your site. Today it is very similar, but much easier. Libsyn creates that RSS feed for you. Today, you plug in the mic and record the show. Audacity is still free, though I prefer Hindenburg Journalist for $95. Find a link at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/JV. Export and upload the .mp3 file to Libsyn just like you would upload a video to Facebook and you are set. Your podcast is up and running. GET STARTED But, like I said … we have enough information. We just need some accountability. There are times we just need someone to show us the way rather than telling us. The information was right in front of me. It took 8 years before Dave gave me the shove I needed to get started. Now, I'm 368 episodes into this journey. If you are ready to launch your podcast and would like some help seeing the way, I am holding a free training. It is called "How to Launch a Podcast to Attract Your Ideal Clients in 30 Days or Less". The training happens January 17th. During this training, you will discover … How to master the 6 steps to launch a podcast in 30 days that will attract your ideal clients and generate revenue The three podcast secrets the podcast gurus don't teach you Why now is the IDEAL time to launch your show Why podcasting is better than any other content format You don't want to miss it. Get registered at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/LaunchTraining. If you need a little push to get launched, let me show you the steps. You could have your podcast up and running by the end of February. Come join us. Register at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/LaunchTraining. I'll see you there.

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast
E137 - Stone Cold Crazy: Oct '03

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 110:28


Episode 137 - Stone Cold Crazy: Oct ‘03 This week Mike & JV will discuss the following events from Raw from October 6 & 13, 2003.   RAW 541 - 10/06/03 - Parking Lot - Shane Attacks Kane, Austin checks on  Kane RAW 541 - 10/06/03 - Backstage - Stone Cold & Shawn Michaels (26:02- 26:40) RAW 541 - 10/06/03 - Audio - Parking Lot - Eric Bischoff (36:57- 38:07) RAW 541 - 10/06/03 - Promo - Part I - Protesters Want Stone Cold Fired - Chris Jericho, Coachman, Lance Storm (39:38- 48:10) RAW 541 - 10/06/03 - Audio - Promo - Part II - Stone Cold Arrives (48:03- 51:22) RAW 541 - 10/06/03 - Match Results - RVD & Lance Storm vs. Chris Jericho & Christian (51:26 - 01:00:25) RAW 542 - 10/13/03 - Audio - Promo - Part I - Chris Jericho & Christian Bitch about Stone Cold (04:20- 07:48) RAW 542 - 10/13/03 - Promo - Part II - Shane McMahon confronts Jericho, La Resistance & Dudley Boyz get Involved (07:49- 12:12) RAW 542 - 10/13/03 - Audio - Part I - Stone Cold Confronts Big Poppa Pump (19:00- 22:57) RAW 542 - 10/13/03 - Audio - Part II - Stone Cold & Stacy Keibler Celebrate? (23:15- 25:15) RAW 542 - 10/13/03 - Audio - Backstage - Part I -  Stone Cold & Chris Jericho  (01:18:54- 01:19:36) RAW 542 - 10/13/03 - Audio - Backstage - Part II -  Stone Cold Bumps into Heidenreich, Terri Runnels, & Rosey (01:19:37- 01:21:08) Next Week: Ep 138 -  RAW 10/20/03 & RAW 10/27/03 Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of  episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page!  This month is Ep 195 - 1994 Royal Rumble Match in Osaka, Japan Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-90. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover August 4, 1990  Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”.  This week, Extreme ECW Live Cast: HCTV 109 & 110 - May 23 & 30, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is  Ep 252 - The Jump: Macho Man WWF to WCW , Royal Flush Week 2 - Worst Royal Rumble Matches (Rumble 14 - Batista & Rumble 95 - HBK), Review of CWA Memphis 5/9/87 Please reach out and support us on Twitter  @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/e7a6ddf6-7221-4218-ad63-310583aff1b1 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Mindful Multi Family Show
Mindful Multi Family Show #198 with Chris Salerno(Lee got his start in real estate in 2012 building a property management department of a residential brokerage from 20 doors to 220 doors in 4 years)

Mindful Multi Family Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 18:08


Lee got his start in real estate in 2012 building a property management department of a residential brokerage from 20 doors to 220 doors in 4 years. After being inspired by his clients' successes, he decided to start investing in 2016. Relocating to St. Louis in order to pursue investing in 2017, Lee began with a duplex and continued to purchase smaller properties until he found “The Power Of Partnerships” by partnering with an ex-nfl player from CA and with their combined efforts, were able to close a 38 unit apartment complex Joint Venture in Lee's' backyard of St. Louis, MO in October of 2019. After seeing the results of the 38 unit and garnering experience in larger properties, Lee continued to build momentum in investing/dealmaking while building a ROCKSTAR TEAM to pursue EVEN LARGER DEALS through syndication. That team closed its first 506B Syndication of a 76 Unit Apartment Complex in St. Louis in October of 2020 (right in the middle of COVID), then a JV 70 Unit in August of 2021 and a 7 unit in November 2021 for a total of 203 doors. Now Lee's team is under contract on a 272 unit 506C syndication set to close by the end of 2021 which will more than double the portfolio. Actively building a sizable portfolio of LARGER MULTIFAMILY PROPERTIES throughout the greater St. Louis MSA and expanding to additional markets throughout the Midwest and Southeast, focusing on Value-Add Opportunities is the main focus of the continental growth in his investing journey through expansion with the development of Green Forest Capital - Real Estate Investing With A Conscience. The Green Forest Capitals' mission is to provide Safe, Clean, and Modern Affordable Housing to 1,000's of workforce families throughout the Midwest and Southeast, providing an above average Return On Investment to our investor/partners, while supporting and promoting the reforestation of our National Parks affected by Forest Fires by donating 1% of all distributed funds to One Tree Planted ($1 = 1 Tree planted). Lee has almost a decade of experience as a Property Manager, Realtor, Commercial Leasing Agent, Asset Manager, and Commercial Property Broker. A true believer and practitioner of the words of Zig Ziglar - “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want.”   If you like what you hear be sure to like, share, subscribe! Podcast- Mindful Multi-Family show Instagram- Chris_Salerno_ Youtube Channel- Chris Salerno Facebook- The Mindful Multifamily Network  Website- www.qccapitalgroup.com  

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 851: The Exact JV Method this 25 Year Old Newbie Used to Close 50 Real Estate Transactions

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 33:30


A real estate joint venture (JV) is a model approach between multiple parties that aids in developing real estate projects and brings valuable profit to the table. Moreover, this approach is the cheapest way to close deals and stay connected with people around your market. Today we are joined with Ryan Rice, a remarkable 25-year-old real estate tycoon.  Ryan will give us a glimpse of how he generated 50 deals in his first year running his business and how he used the said approach in finding discounted properties. Later on, Ryan and Tony shared their experience of leveraging marketing on TV and how they soared their way uphill. RESOURCES: Zillow Real Estate Masters TV

Pour Une Poignée de Gamers
Actus PPG: Indie World, GOTY, Spartacus, Micromania et un final en Musique!

Pour Une Poignée de Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 152:15


Rejoignez toute l'équipe PPG sur le Discord: Cliquez-ici!   On vous attend pour échanger sur les différentes émissions, le JV en général, les machines, dire du mal de Setzer et même pour jouer en coop!  EVERYONE IS GUILTY Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EveryoneIsGuilty   Où trouver l'album: https://xxeveryoneisguiltyxx.bandcamp.com/album/a-wolf-a-lamb   Teaser du documentaire: https://www.facebook.com/EveryoneIsGuilty   Pour Une Poignée de Gamers - La Chaine Podcast JV & Culture GeekACTUS PPG: Nintendo Direct, Playstation Show, Apple vs Epic... L'émission  mensuel 100% news qui commente l'actualité du JV disponible le dernier mercredi du mois! Chroniqueurs: Dioux, Thomas, Rolling & Gab TIME CODE: Les Grosses Actus 0'03''20''' Le Coin des Rumeurs 1'13''30''' Le Coup de Gueule: 1'29''40'''  L'actus en Vrac 1'53''10''' Le Journal des Sorties des chroniqueurs 2'16''30''' Musique de Fin 2'27''45''' Vous pouvez nous retrouver sur Itunes, Ausha, PodCloud, Deezer, Spotify, Amazon Music, Facebook, Twitter & Youtube... Si vous appréciez l'émission et que vous souhaitez nous encourager à poursuivre, merci de laisser un commentaire étoilé sur Apple-podcast... Bonne écoute et bonne année à tous! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Pour-une-Poign%C3%A9e-de-Gamers-1909069955882373/ Twitter:  https://twitter.com/PPGlePodcast  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppglepodcast/ Ausha:  https://podcast.ausha.co/pour-une-poignee-de-gamers Youtube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ZmfGDokSlv-8dpzENO4BQ  

The Progressive Property Podcast
5 Tips When To Know When Choosing a Joint Venture Partner - #rewind 134

The Progressive Property Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 31:58


In this episode of the Progressive Property Podcast we revisit episode 134 where Dan gives you the 5 essential things to consider when looking for a JV partner. Choosing your JV partner is NOT a child's game, like pin the tail on the donkey or ring-around-the-rosy. There's too much at stake when you don't think carefully and you don't have your guards up. Discover how you can thoroughly pick the best JV partner in your property business through Dan's simple steps. There will always be one who's very compatible with your knowledge, skills, and vision, so never settle!   KEY TAKEAWAYS  Work out the real reason you need a JV partner. Are you really in dire need? Or are you just lacking of self-belief? What business are you looking to bring your JV partner on? Make sure that your bringing in the right person. If you don't want to do it alone, it's worth considering also to have a mentor who can guide you. Having a JV partner might complicate the situation if you aren't clear yet of your purpose.  What will each person's role be? It's best that you complement each other. Find someone who have the knowledge and skills that you lack. And, who will deal with the day to day issues? If you just want someone who will provide the funds, then being active with the operations is the least to worry about when looking for a JV partner.   Before any agreements, remember to make a list of things you need to agree upfront. A JV Partnership agreement must entail everything each of you must bring to the table. What does your JV partner want? Know what outcome are they looking forward to. Also prepare an exit plan just incase of unforeseen circumstances (e.g. breach of contract, critical illness, etc.)  If you're looking for a joint venture in property, familiarize yourselves first with PS13/3 regulations. There are only a bunch of people you're allowed to joint venture with, and PS13/3 has it detailed.  Don't pick someone just like you. You are not looking for another you, you are looking for someone who can do what you can't do. Consider taking the Wealth Dynamics Test to gauge if your personalities are compatible. You and your partner can be: a Creator, a Star, a Supporter, a Deal Maker, a Trader, an Accumulator, a Lord, or a Mechanic.  Don't rush in to picking a JV partner. If you're picking someone for the long term, test everything out first. It would be a waste of time to know that what you have hope for in the partnership won't be fruitful. Be clear about their values, not just about the money, the skill, and the knowledge they can offer.  BEST MOMENTS  “Sometimes, people think they need a JV partner and they go into business with somebody when in hindsight, all they needed was to build some knowledge and gain some belief for themselves.”  “We have the end in mind before we even started, and that's what's really important.”  “You are not looking for the best mate to go out with, you are looking for a business partner who brings a different dynamic, a different skillset.”  “Pick the right person to grow the business.”  “It's not a race; it's a journey.”  “I made a lot of mistakes in property, but I made them before I got educated.”  VALUABLE RESOURCES  Progressive Property  PS13/3 Restrictions on the retail distribution of unregulated collective investment schemes (PDF)   Wealth Dynamics Test  ABOUT THE HOST  Peter Jones is a Chartered Surveyor, an author and a serial buy-to-let property investor. He has been involved in property for over 35 years and now owns 78 letting units. He is still actively involved in buying and renovating property, and regularly flips properties for profit. Peter has written a number of successful property books. The first, An Insider's Guide to Successful Property Investing, was first published in 2000 and was one, if not the very first, book of its kind which was written for what we'd now call buy-to-let investors.   On the back of its success he was invited to be a guest writer for Property Secrets, and wrote Spanish Property Secrets, French Property Secrets, and Portugal Property Secrets. He has since written a number of other successful titles dealing with UK investing including 63 Common Defects in Investment Property and How to Spot Them, the highly acclaimed The Successful Property Investor's Strategy Workshop and The Property Renovator's Workshop, in which Peter describes step-by-step how he built his own property portfolio, starting with virtually none of his own money.  CONTACT METHOD  The Property Teacher  Progressive Property  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Apartment Building Investing with Michael Blank Podcast
MB298: The 4 Levels of Financial Freedom – With Mandy McAllister

Apartment Building Investing with Michael Blank Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 39:27


The more truth you put to any problem, the easier it is to solve. So, if you want to quit your W-2 job, start by doing the math. Because once you know how much you need to cover your living expenses, it's just a matter of building your multifamily portfolio step by step until you achieve financial freedom. Mandy McAllister is Managing Member of Good Fortune Capital and Cofounder of the Aspiring Women Achieving More community. After years of chasing a commission, Mandy retired from her 9-to-5 in medical device sales to pursue multifamily investing full time. Today, she's on a mission to help others define their own path to financial freedom. On this episode of Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing, Mandy joins cohost Garrett Lynch and me to share her take on the different levels of financial freedom, describing how she calculated her freedom number—and achieved it 12 months later. She explains why she started small, working her way up to large multifamily properties acquired in joint venture partnerships. Listen in for Mandy's insight on securing debt to match your business plan and learn how to leverage multifamily investing to break free of YOUR golden handcuffs and live a life by design! Key Takeaways When Mandy started thinking about quitting her job Bought fourplex when son was born as college fund Saw potential to retire on cashflow with more deals Mandy's take on the different levels of financial freedom Cover minimum living expenses Cover current living expenses Replace income Replace income plus buffer How Mandy financed her multifamily deals Use equity in other properties for deals < 20 units Took on partners in JV structures for > 50 units How to decide whether to start small or go big right away Depends on individual goals Advantages to going larger What Mandy looks for in a multifamily deal B class asset with quality long-term debt Size agnostic (less competition for 50-unit deals) What Mandy looks for in a joint venture partnership Someone on same page who you can trust Important to have different strengths Why Mandy sees long-term debt as the ultimate flexibility 15-year loan on recent 53-unit acquisition Terms allow for 3 potential exit strategies What Mandy is doing to ensure consistent deal flow Network with young, hungry investors at Meetup Potential JVs look for deals that fit her criteria Where Mandy is looking to invest right now Strong growth markets in Midwest Drive there and back before dinner How COVID influenced Mandy's decision to quit her job Did 4 transaction in 3 months with extra time Brought in double W-2 income What Mandy is looking forward to moving forward Impact as many lives as possible Help others remove golden handcuffs Connect with Mandy McAllister Mandy's Website Good Fortune Capital Aspiring Women Achieving More Mandy on Instagram Mandy on Facebook Mandy on YouTube Mandy on LinkedIn Resources Get Tickets for Deal Maker Bootcamp Learn More About Michael's Mentoring Program Join the Nighthawk Equity Investor Club Rocket Fuel: The One Essential Combination That Will Get You More of What You Want from Your Business by Gino Wickman and Mark C. Winters Mint Michael on Facebook  Michael on Instagram  Michael on YouTube  Apartment Investor Network Facebook Group  Podcast Show Notes

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009
Travelers in the Night Eps. 139E & 140E: A Climate Changer & Big and Bad

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 5:30


Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006. travelersinthenight.org Today's 2 topics: - It should be stressed that the asteroid hunting community has not found an object like 2015 HY116 which is on a collision course with planet Earth. If we do, we hope to provide a minimum of days to weeks notice so that the affected area can be evacuated. - Rik Hill discovered 2015 JJ and Rose Matheny discovered 2015 JD1 and 2015 JV.   We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast
Watch Along - Steve Austin: The Early Years '89-'90

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 74:52


Watch Along - Steve Austin: The Early Years ‘89-'90 This week Mike & JV will watch along to the 2003 DVD “Classic Superstars of Wrestling - Steve Austin: The Early Years”. This compilation includes the following matches.  Match #1 - Steve Williams (Austin) vs. The Punisher (The Undertaker) - 11/04/89 Match #2 - Steve Williams (Austin) vs. “The Medicine Man” Chris Youngblood - 12/08/89 Match #3 - The Student vs. The Teacher - “Stunning” Steve Austin vs. “Gentleman” Chris Adams - 02/16/90 Match #4 - Eight Man Texas Tornado Tough Man Match - Devastation Inc.  (Steve Austin, Gary Young, Jeff Gaylord, & Skandor Akbar) vs. Jeff Jarrett, Bill Dundee, Eric Embry, & Percy Pringle - 04/13/90 Match #5 - “Stunning” Steve Austin vs. “Gentleman” Chris Adams - 06/08/90 or 06/15/90 Match #6 - Mixed Tag Team Match - “Stunning” Steve Austin & Jeanie Clarke vs. “Gentleman” Chris Adams & Toni Adams - 07/04/90 Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of  episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page!  This month is Ep 194 - w/Collecting Deadman, they will also watch The Undertaker vs. The Undertaker from Summerslam ‘94! Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-90. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover July 28, 1990  Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”.  This week, Ep 51 - HCTV 109 & 110 - May 23 & 30, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is Episode 251 - The Jump: Bret Hart to WCW, Royal Ranking Week 1 - Best Royal Rumble Matches (Rumble 97 & 94), Review of Raw 01/27/97 Please reach out and support us on Twitter  @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/2a016a91-bb57-4579-9929-6bf68d0d2b9c This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

NOFA/Mass podcast
Season 4 Ep. 8 Compaction Mitigation Strategies with Julie Rawson

NOFA/Mass podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 41:45


In this episode I'm joined by my colleague Christine Manuck, who leads our NOFA/Mass Soil Health Program and we interview Julie Rawson, owner of Many Hands Organic Farm in Barre, Massachusetts and formerly the executive director of NOFA/Mass.  We discuss a variety of compaction mitigation methods that she employs in her management practices on her fully diversified farm and get a glimpse into her three decades of experience running Many Hands. You can find out more about the practices and products of Many Hands Organic Farm at MHOF.net as well as on various social platforms. https://mhof.net https://www.instagram.com/manyhandsorganic/ https://www.facebook.com/manyhandsorganicfarm For additional information on upcoming workshops, articles and NOFA/Mass project updates, please follow our NOFA/Mass Facebook page and join our mailing list. NOFAmass.org Music by Matt Jatkola https://mattjatkola.com/https://mattjatkola.bandcamp.com/ https://jatk.bandcamp.com/Music by Jason Valcourt https://www.jasonvalcourt.com/ JV on YouTube NOFA Podcast produced and edited by Jason Valcourt

The JV Club with Janet Varney
Ep. 449: PJ Byrne

The JV Club with Janet Varney

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 69:03


Put on your 70's platform shoes! And then take them right back off again because those things are PAINFUL! From the ‘burbs of New Jersey to the busy streets of New York City, it's the most wonderful P.J. Byrne (“The Legend of Korra,” “Big Little Lies”), who talks Bolin, voting, and so much more!

The Center Forward Podcast!
#20 - A SWEET SIXTEEN CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY SUPER SPECTACULAR!

The Center Forward Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 101:27


Hey! I hope you all are enjoying The Season! Hopefully this show helps put you in the mood for it ... just listen to the intro, and you'll know all about it. Many, many thanks to everyone that help me put it together, and I sincerely hope/pray you are well .. and most importantly, that you find joy in this time of year and are ready for an amazing 2022! With much love, JV

How to Raise Money Podcast
#124 DON'T do a Joint Venture until you've listened to this!

How to Raise Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 33:19


Should you do a Joint Venture? For a lot of people who want to raise money the quickest way can be to 'do a JV' BUT should you? Listen as Ray and Nigel highlight a few things that many failed JVs forgot to consider. If they had would the JV have been a success? You decide! Email us at hello@howtoraisemoney.co.uk REMEMBER to get a mention on the show...simply review us on Apple podcasts! Nigel's affiliate link to opening a bank account in minutes with access to CRYPTO, Stocks and more is HERE Resources: NOT SURE WHERE TO START? Start here by clicking the link below Get your free resource guides - HERE https://www.htrmoney.co.uk/ How to Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts click HERE Go to the Resources section for links (e.g. for tax inspection insurance) https://www.htrmoney.co.uk/resources Join the new HTRM Facebook Group! Here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/htrmoney/ If you would like Ray and Nigel to work with you then get in touch - email us at hello@htrmoney.co.uk Our website is appearing (slowly!!) HERE or https://www.htrmoney.co.uk/ Email us at hello@htrmoney.co.uk Before you do anything else, remember that anything Ray or Nigel talk about, share, discuss, etc is for entertainment purposes only. It is not financial, legal or any other advice of any sort! Do not rely on anything we say or share or do because we are doing it for entertainment purposes only. Think of it like this...we are discussing topics that people may like to investigate further; ideas and information that you might want to consider further; and that sort of thing. You should always seek your own independent advice from relevant people such as lawyers and accountants. Although Ray is a qualified solicitor and Nigel is a qualified accountant, we do not have any agreement with you unless expressly and clearly documented in a contract, so please just enjoy our podcast, our info and our content and use it to as a call to action to seek professional and relevant advice specific to you. Does that make sense? Are we clear on this?! If not, then drop us an email and we can tell you the above again! The reason we say this is that everyone's situation is unique and for us to share general content like we do it means it cannot possibly be taken as specific advice just for you. Happy? We certainly hope so. Now go and review our 'entertainment' podcast and we will love you forever! Much love and gratitude, Ray and Nigel PS that link re Nigel losing 14kg in weight - use this affiliate link HERE

Darin Batchelder’s Real Estate Investing Show
Dedicated To Coaching Multifamily Investing With Jerome Myers [DB080]

Darin Batchelder’s Real Estate Investing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 69:07


Are you looking to invest in multifamily properties? Jerome Myers left his corporate America job as an engineer five years ago and hasn't looked back. He's an owner in 90 doors over five properties. His focus to date has been on JV opportunities rather than syndication. Jerome has a heart for the tenants in his properties and for teaching others. He's a natural "coach." He lives by a couple great quotes "Do good while doing well." inspired by Jim Rohn and "Love on the asset and the asset will love back on you." You'll learn how he invests, why he invests that way, his focus on coaching and much more. Listen and learn! For links and resources discussed in this episode, please visit our show notes at https://darinbatchelder.com/coaching-multifamily  

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast
E136 - I'll Drink to That: Sept '03

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 136:54


Episode 136 - I'll Drink to That: Sept ‘03 This week Mike & JV will discuss the following events from Unforgiven 2003, & Raw from September 22 & 29, 2003.  Unforgiven ‘03 - 09/21/03 - Audio - GM Office - Stone Cold & Chris Jericho (01:36:18- 01:37:43) Unforgiven ‘03 - 09/21/03 - Match Results RAW 539 - 09/22/03 - Audio - Promo  Part I - Stone Cold & Goldberg (5:00- 9:00) RAW 539 - 09/22/03 - Audio - Promo Part II -  Eric Bischoff, Stone Cold, & Goldberg (09:23- 11:35) RAW 539 - 09/22/03 - Promo - Backstage - Eric Bischoff & Chris Jericho (22:20- 23:24) RAW 539 - 09/22/03 - Audio - Backstage - Christian, Jericho, & Stone Cold (36:40- 38:52) RAW 539 - 09/22/03 -Backstage - Eric Bischoff & Chris Jericho (50:08- 51:25) RAW 539 - 09/22/03 -Match Results - World Heavyweight Championship Match - Goldberg vs. Chris Jericho (01:25:55- 01:33:52) RAW 540 - 09/29/03 - Promo - The Highlight Reel - Chris Jericho, Eric Bischoff, JR & Coachman (03:33- 10:12) RAW 540 - 09/29/03 - Audio - The Highlight Reel - Part II - Stone Cold Steve Austin Arrives (10:13- 13:48) RAW 540 - 09/29/03 - Parking Lot - Stone Cold Outside the Arena (13:52- 14:18) RAW 540 - 09/29/03 - Audio - Parking Lot - Stone Cold, RVD, & John Heidenreich RAW 540 - 09/29/03 - Match Results - Country Whooping Match for Raw Broadcast Seat - Coachman vs. Jim Ross RAW 540 - 09/29/03 - Match Results - WWE Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match - Christian vs. RVD Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of  episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page!  This month is Ep 194 - w/Collecting Deadman, they will also watch The Undertaker vs. The Undertaker from Summerslam ‘94! Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-90. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover July 21, 1990  Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”.  This week, Extreme ECW Live Cast: HCTV 107 & 108 - May 9 & 16, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is a special break episode, and they will review WWF from Houston on 8/28/87 Please reach out and support us on Twitter  @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/a10ae7f1-bf20-4e2c-ac2b-6fb54bd25c99 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

David C Barnett Small Business & Deal Making
DavidBarnett Conscious Millionaire 2232

David C Barnett Small Business & Deal Making

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 46:24


Original Show notes: https://consciousmillionaire.com/david-barnett-3/ Today's guest… After a career in advertising sales, David C. Barnett started several businesses including a commercial debt brokerage. Helping to finance small and medium sized businesses led to the field of business brokerage. Over several years, he sold dozens of businesses for others while also managing his own portfolio of income properties and starting his career as a local private investor. Want to expand your consciousness about what's possible? This is the show for 6- and 7-Figure entrepreneurs who want to multiple your profits, make a bigger impact and enjoy an amazing life! Join host JV Crum III as he goes inside the minds of millionaire entrepreneurs and world-class expert to get their secrets and actionable steps on how to rapidly grow your business. Heard by millions in 190 countries. Now in its 8th Season! JV Crum III, MBA, JD, MS Psy is a serial entrepreneur, 34x award-winning international best-selling author, speaker, futurist and Founder / CEO of Conscious Millionaire Institute LLC. The Limitless Mindset and Strategy Coach, on each episode JV coaches you using the success steps he has developed helping entrepreneurs around the world to make bigger profits and a bigger impact!

Youse Guys and that Podcast
Episode 104: quora replies

Youse Guys and that Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 99:57


Jay recounts his near death experience over the weekend, early start to quiz time, reading the JV team of Qdrops & the questions people ask like if Stalin lived a life of luxury,  something about the handmaiden's tale, if the US would help the UK if invaded & the FBI accidentally had its domestic terrorist list leaked & more. Wash your ass with Todd's Gay Soap.   Youse Guys are (support us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & spread the word!): @youseguyspod @angel_soundgirl @thebloodletting @jaycoleau @bryanp789 Sponsors: www.agoristnexus.com/ Rae Faba - fine art from the Great Lakes Team Mandalore - keep cycling weird i paint akron -Local artists bringing art instruction to the masses. Art for the people, forever!! https://www.etsy.com/shop/AkronApothecary   Check out our sponsor! BUY TODD'S GAY SOAP! DEFEAT SWAMP ASS!! 

The JV Club with Janet Varney
Jordan Crucchiola

The JV Club with Janet Varney

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 105:01


What a vibrant, funny, unique and awesome person to have in your ears! It's Jordan Crucchiola, who peps JV up with talk about her many cool podcasts, including Maximum Fun's very own “Feeling Seen,” along with tales of all the different kinds of relationships - and different types of intimacy -  we can have with the people we care about. Plus! Bake those tomatoes! Wonder at those years! Saus that Lito! 

Hindsight Movie Reviews
Storytellers: The Ant God

Hindsight Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 66:29


In this episode, JV, Glen, Mia, and Stew gather to create a story based on the following phrases: Person who has been stood up, Something is wrong with the water, and Anniversary. Somewhere along the way, we also discussed Klingon dicks and being a God of all bugs. Enjoy. Thoughts or Questions? Email us at StorytellersPod@Gmail.com. Twitter: @StoryTaleSpin, @RatchetBookClub, @MiaTheLadyGamer, @RedBlaqueGolden, @HouseNuzzle, @SWOProductions. Promo: @PCast_Ol Head to their shop at: https://ko-fi.com/overlordsvcs and click on "Shop" below Leave a review here: https://bit.ly/3gebWNp Become a Patron: http://www.patreon.com/singlesimulcast Donate at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sscast #TalesWeTell --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hsmr/message

Single Simulcast
Storytellers: The Ant God

Single Simulcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 66:29


In this episode, JV, Glen, Mia, and Stew gather to create a story based on the following phrases: Person who has been stood up, Something is wrong with the water, and Anniversary. Somewhere along the way, we also discussed Klingon dicks and being a God of all bugs. Enjoy. Thoughts or Questions? Email us at […] The post Storytellers: The Ant God appeared first on Single Simulcast.

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast
E135 - Drunk With Power: Sept '03

Bottom Line Wrestling Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 114:06


Episode 135 - Drunk with Power: Sept ‘03 This week Mike & JV will discuss the following events on Raw from September 8 & 15, 2003. RAW 537 - 09/08/03 - Match Results - Steel Cage Match - Rob Van Dam vs. Kane (03:25- 15:26) RAW 537 - 09/08/03 - Promo - Eric Bischoff talks Unforgiven (19:50- 23:11) RAW 537 - 09/08/03 - Audio - Promo Part I - Stone Cold's State of Raw Address (39:15- 43:40) RAW 537 - 09/08/03 - Audio - Promo Part II - Christian Interrupts & Jericho Attacks (44:25- 47:27) RAW 537 - 09/08/03 - Audio - Promo Part III - Stone Cold & Jericho (48:20- 55:43) RAW 537 - 09/08/03 - Interview - Shane McMahon w/ Jim Ross (01:08:53- 01:10:55) RAW 537 - 09/08/03 - Match Results - Triple H & Surprise Partner vs. Goldberg & Surprise Partner  (01:27:35-01:34:11) RAW 538 - 09/15/03 - Audio - Promo - Part I - Chris Jericho & Christian Protest Stone Cold (02:56- 05:48) RAW 538 - 09/15/03 - Audio - Promo - Part II- Stone Cold's Response  (06:27- 11:51) RAW 538 - 09/15/03 - Match Results - Number One Contender's Match for IC Title - Chris Jericho vs. RVD (12:14- 18:52) RAW 538 - 09/15/03 - Audio - Co GM Office - Eric Bischoff with Mae Young, Moolah, & Stone Cold (25:18 - 26:33) RAW 538 - 09/15/03 - Contract Signing Recap - Eric Bischoff with Kane & Shane McMahon (42:50- 51:05) RAW 538 - 09/15/03 - Audio - Backstage - Eric Bischoff with Molly Holly & Gail Kim, Stone Cold interrupts (01:01:04- 01:02:01) RAW 538 - 09/15/03 - Audio - Backstage - Evolution & Stone Cold (01:19:49- 01:21:05) Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of  episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page!  This month is Ep 194 - w/Collecting Deadman, they will also watch The Undertaker vs. The Undertaker from Summerslam ‘94! Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-90. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover July 14, 1990  Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”.  This week, Extreme ECW Live Cast: HCTV 107 & 108 - May 9 & 16, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is Ep Ep 250 - Anywhere But NY: Wrestling , Royal Flush Week 5 -  Worst WWE PPV's (Wrestlemania 2 & December to Dismember), Review of Saturday Night Live 3/30/85 - Guest Hosts Hulk Hogan & Mr. T Please reach out and support us on Twitter  @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/b49a2820-eb89-4a6e-95e0-b38f3fd26067 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
1303: Tesla Model 3 and Model Y New Features Leak | 9 Dec 2021

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 21:44


Show #1303 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Thursday 9th December. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too.  VOLKSWAGEN CLOSES THREE NEW PARTNERSHIPS TO AMP UP EV PRODUCTION - Volkswagen has entered into three new partnerships related to electric vehicle batteries, as the German automaker looks to transition its entire portfolio of cars, trucks and SUVs to zero-emission vehicles by 2040. - The three separate partnerships, all of which were announced Wednesday, are with materials technology group Umicore, battery specialist 24M Technologies and Vulcan Energy Resources, a company that is planning to open a lithium brine project in Germany. - Volkswagen's joint venture with Umicore will supply the automaker's European battery cell factories with cathode materials, a key building block of lithium-ion batteries. The JV will have an initial production capacity of 20 gigawatt-hours, with the aim of scaling to up to 160 gigawatt-hours by 2030. - Volkswagen said it was investing in battery startup 24M, which is developing a battery that has a semi-solid electrode. - The final partnership with Vulcan includes a binding contract for what the companies describe as “carbon neutral” lithium sourced from Germany. - All three agreements are part of Volkswagen's plan to invest €30 billion ($34 billion) in electric vehicles. In Europe alone, VW said it would build six battery gigafactories by the end of the decade, with a production capacity of 240 gigawatt-hours overall. Original Source : https://techcrunch.com/2021/12/08/volkswagen-closes-three-new-partnerships-to-amp-up-ev-production/ TESLA MODEL 3 AND MODEL Y NEW FEATURES AND CHANGES LEAK THROUGH TEST PROGRAM - A bunch of new features and changes coming to the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y have leaked through a test program in Europe. - Tesla has submitted new versions of the Model 3 and Model Y for testing to European authorities and the documents have leaked on a European Tesla forum: - it looks like Tesla is finally moving Model 3 and Model Y's 12-volt battery to a li-ion battery. - There's a new higher performance motor coming to the Model 3 Performance. - Tesla is now building the new Model Y Performance in China with a new AMD Ryzen chip for the MCU, and it is resulting in an impressive performance update. While not 100% clear, it looks like the chip is going to make its way to the Model 3, too. - With the 2021 version of the Model 3, Tesla made the vehicle quieter with double-glazed acoustic glass. Now the 2022 version is also going to get the same glass for the rear window, which should further improve acoustic performance. Original Source : https://electrek.co/2021/12/08/tesla-model-3-y-new-features-changes-leak/ BMW TO INTRODUCE SATURDAY SHIFTS DUE TO HIGH I4 DEMAND - BMW plans to introduce Saturday shifts at its Munich plant in the first quarter of 2022 to keep up with the high demand for the new i4 electric model. The waiting time for the electric sedan is currently said to be around nine months, but could soon climb to a year. - When asked by the business magazine, BMW is said to have referred to the high flexibility of its production system. The company explained verbatim: “We are therefore in a position to expand the volume, for example by adding additional shifts, and thus to meet the gratifyingly high demand.” However, the plans for the coming year have not yet been finalised, so that no details can be given. Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2021/12/08/bmw-to-introduce-saturday-shifts-due-to-high-i4-demand/ BMW IX GRABS FIVE-STAR RATING IN EURO NCAP CRASH TEST - The European New Car Assessment Programme has published a new round of results from its latest crash test session, and the numbers are looking particularly great for the BMW iX. So much so that the electric SUV has grabbed all five stars awarded by Euro NCAP. It is worth mentioning the evaluations have gradually become more severe, meaning a five-star rating today is considerably more valuable than it was say 20 years ago. - The BMW iX tested by Euro NCAP was a black left-hand-drive xDrive40 model that had to be crashed for a good cause to determine how safe it would be in the event of an accident. At the end of the day, it went home with a five-star rating in all test categories. It earned an impressive 91% in adult occupant protection, 87% for child occupant, 73% for vulnerable road users, and 81% for safety assist tech. - This xDrive40 entry-level version is currently not available in the United States but it could arrive in North America as early as March 2022. - The sturdiness of the iX also stems from the implementation of carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) in the side and rear sections as well as the roof. As for the standard safety tech, BMW equips its large electric SUV with systems such as lane departure warning, attention assistant, and speed limit recognition. At an additional cost, buyers can opt for the Driving Assistant Professional package encompassing steering and lane guidance assistance. Original Source : https://www.bmwblog.com/2021/12/08/bmw-ix-safest-vehicle-ever-euro-ncap/ TESLA LETS DRIVERS PLAY VIDEO GAMES BEHIND THE WHEEL FOR A YEAR Original Source : https://jalopnik.com/the-fact-you-can-game-while-driving-a-tesla-reminds-us-1848173921 GOTION HIGH-TECH BEGINS BUILDING BATTERY PLANT IN HEFEI Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2021/12/08/gotion-high-tech-begins-building-battery-plant-in-hefei/ FLEETS ‘URGENTLY' SEEK PAYMENT SOLUTION FOR EV BUSINESS MILEAGE Original Source : https://www.fleetnews.co.uk/news/latest-fleet-news/electric-fleet-news/2021/12/07/fleets-urgently-seek-payment-solution-for-ev-business-mileage BIDEN ORDERS FEDERAL AGENCIES TO EXPANDING ELECTRIC VEHICLE FLEET   · Original Source : https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/2021/12/08/biden-government-purchasing-climate-change FORD CHINA WILL SOURCE BATTERIES FROM CATL AMID EV TRANSITION Original Source : https://fordauthority.com/2021/12/ford-china-will-source-batteries-from-catl-amid-ev-transition/ AUDI CONFIRMS R8 SUCCESSOR WILL BE TOTALLY ELECTRIC Original Source : https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/audi-r8-electric/ COCA-COLA'S ‘CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY' TRUCK GOES FULLY ELECTRIC Original Source : https://www.electrichybridvehicletechnology.com/news/buses-commercial-vehicles/coca-colas-christmas-holiday-truck-goes-fully-electric.html QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Which EV makers are on Santa's naughty or nice lists – and tell me why! Email me a suggestion for a possible question and I might pick yours!  hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And  if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/ PARTNERS DAVID AND LISA ALLEN BOB BOOTHBY FROM MILLBROOK COTTAGES – 5* GOLD SELF CATERING COTTAGES DARIN MCLESKEY FROM DENOVO REAL ESTATE JUKKA KUKONEN FROM WWW.SHIFT2ELECTRIC.COM RAJEEV NARAYAN IAIN SEAR MICHAEL LUMBLEY EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS ADAM BREWTON ADRIAN BOND ALAN SHEDD ALEX BANAHENE ALEXANDER FRANK @ https://www.youtube.com/c/alexsuniverse42 ANDERS HOVE ANDREA JEFFERSON ANDY NANCARROW AND LILIAN KASS ASEER KHALID BÅRD FJUKSTAD BILL CALHOUN BLUNDERBUSS JONES BRIAN OLEARY BRIAN THOMPSON BRUCE BOHANNAN CHAD LANE CHARLES HALL CHRISTOPHER BARTH COLIN HENNESSY AND CAMBSEV CRAIG ROGERS DAVID FINCH DAVID PARTINGTON DAVID PRESCOTT DC EV DON MCALLISTER / SCREENCASTSONLINE.COM ED CORTEEN EDDIE RAGASA ERIC HANSEN ERU KYEYUNE-NYOMBI FREDRIK ROVIK GENE RUBIN GEORGE TORTAROLO HEINRICH LIESNER IAN GRIFFITHS IAN (WATTIE) WATKINS JACOB KUEHNE JACK OAKLEY JAMES STORR JAVIER CARMELO DÍAZ PÉREZ JIM MORRIS JOHN SCHROEDER JOHN VAN DEVOORT JON AKA BEARDY MCBEARDFACE FROM KENT EVS JON MANCHAK JUAN GONZALEZ KEVIN MEYERSON LAURENCE D ALLEN LEE BROWN LUKE CULLEY MARCEL WARD MARTY YOUNG  MIKE WINTER NATHAN GORE-BROWN NATHANIEL FREEDMAN NEIL E ROBERTS FROM SUSSEX EVS OHAD ASTON PAUL STEPHENSON PETE BREMY PETE GLASS PETE GORTON PETER & DEE ROBERTS FROM OXON EVS PHIL MOUCHET PHILIP TRAUTMAN RAYMOND ROWLEDGE REALTORS CHOICE PHOTOGRAPHY RENE KEEMIK ROB FROM THE RSTHINKS EV CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE ROBERT GRACE RUPERT MITCHELL SEIKI PAYNE STEPHEN PENN STEVE JOHN THOMAS J. THIAS  TODD OAKES THE PLUGSEEKER'S EV YOUTUBE CHANNEL

Flipping Mastery Podcast
The Right Way to JV (Co-Wholesale) on Deals

Flipping Mastery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 12:30


If you're a beginner wholesaler and don't yet have a cash buyer list, don't let that stop you from finding and securing a good deal. You can simply JV or co-wholesale with another wholesaler in your market who has a buyer. The problem is many new wholesalers don't JV correctly causing a lot of problems, so in this podcast, I'm going to show you the right way using a simple JV agreement, that I'll give to you for free.Get Paid $10,000 to find deals for Jerry:https://flippingmastery.com/10kpodFREE Wholesale JV Contract:http://flippingmastery.com/cwyt/ FREE Wholesale NDNCA Contract: https://flippingmastery.com/ndyt/FREE Cash Buyer Directory (100 Free Cash Buyers)!http://freecashbuyers.com/-----------------------------------------This podcast was originally released on YouTube. Check out Jerry Norton's YouTube channel, with over 750 videos on all things wholesaling and flipping! https://www.youtube.com/c/FlippingMasteryTV About Jerry Norton Jerry Norton went from digging holes for minimum wage in his mid 20's to becoming a millionaire by the age of 30. Today he's the nation's leading expert on flipping houses and has taught thousands of people how to live their dream lifestyle through real estate. **NOTE: To Download any of Jerry's FREE training, tools, or resources… Click on the link provided and enter your email. The download is automatically emailed to you. If you don't see it, check your junk/spam folder, in case your email provider put it there. If you still don't see it, contact our support at: support@flippingmastery.com or 888) 958-3028. Wholesaling & House Flipping Software:https://flippingmastery.com/flipsterpod Get 100% funding for your deals! https://flippingmastery.com/fspod Mentoring Program: https://flippingmastery.com/ftpod FREE 8 Week Training Program https://flippingmastery.com/8wpod Get Paid $8700 To Find Vacant Lots For Jerry: https://flippingmastery.com/lfpod FREE 30 Day Quickstart Kit https://flippingmastery.com/qkpodFREE Virtual Wholesaling Kit:https://flippingmastery.com/vfpod FREE On-Market Deal Finder Tool: https://flippingmastery.com/dcpod FREE Wholesaler Contracts: https://flippingmastery.com/wcpodFREE Comp Tool:https://flippingmastery.com/compod FREE Funding Kit: https://flippingmastery.com/fkpod FREE Agent Offer Sheet & Scripts: https://flippingmastery.com/aspod FREE Cash Buyer Scripts: https://flippingmastery.com/cbspod FREE Rehab Checklist:https://flippingmastery.com/rehabpod LET'S CONNECT...! FACEBOOK: http://www.Facebook.com/flippingmastery INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/flippingmastery

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and the mobile gaming machine WE NEED (David Imel)

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 52:23


David Imel is back and joins JV during the Qualcomm Tech Summit! With the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 obviously headlining the various announcements that Qualcomm made at the show, the two talk through the company's place in a growing market of chipmakers -- and they gush about the potential new product category that definitely needs to be a reality NOW. Follow our guests! David Imel http://davidimel.com http://twitter.com/durvidimel http://instagram.com/davidimel http://youtube.com/davidimel Follow our host! Joshua Vergara (JV) --- http://youtube.com/joshuavergara http://twitter.com/jvtechtea http://instagram.com/jvtechtea   Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub http://pocketnow.com   Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://instagram.com/pocketnow   Music by pine voc: cell division - music for smartphones "smartphone" and "app store" https://steviasphere.bandcamp.com/album/cell-division-music-for-smartphones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever
JF2649: The 4 Best Ways to Manage Your CRE Investments with Your Full-Time Job with Jaideep Balekar

Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 33:42


It can be a struggle trying to break into commercial real estate investing when you have a full-time job that occupies most of your schedule. How do you even find the time to dive in, let alone keep up with your investments? Jaideep Balekar was in a similar situation when he started actively investing while working full-time as a cybersecurity consultant. In this episode, he shares his advice on how to navigate and persevere through these challenges. Jaideep Balekar Real Estate Background Works full-time as a cybersecurity consultant Primarily an active investor, has invested passively in one syndication. Portfolio: 30 doors personal portfolio, 84 doors passive investment (LP), 95 doors as JV that will be closing by the end of the year. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio You can find him at www.compoundingcapitalgroup.com. Best Ever Books:  Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork by Dan Sullivan Rocket Fuel: The One Essential Combination That Will Get You More of What You Want from Your Business by Gino Wickman Click here to know more about our sponsors: Deal Maker Mentoring | PassiveInvesting.com | FollowUp Boss

The JV Club with Janet Varney

It's the wonderful Lexie Henning (Ancient Office Hours podcast) this week on the JV Club, bringing with her some really nuanced, really great conversation and thoughts about her own family history and her passion for Ancient Worlds! So get ready to bend some elements and travel into the past, friends! 

The Marketing Secrets Show
What's Your Return On Relationship...? (1 of 3)

The Marketing Secrets Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 29:42


On this special 3 part series, you get to hear Russell's presentation at the ROR (Return on Relationships) Symposium! Russell discusses the importance of what he calls the “Dream 100”, and how it helps create relationships that support both his business and his personal life. Check out RORUniversity.com to learn more! Hit me up on IG! @russellbrunson Text Me! 208-231-3797 Join my newsletter at marketingsecrets.com ClubHouseWithRussell.com ---Transcript--- Russell Brunson: Hey. What's going on, everybody? This is Russell Brunson. Want to welcome you back to The Marking Secrets podcast. I got something special for you guys over the next three episodes. I'm actually on vacation right now, Thanksgiving vacation. My wife and my kids and I are all in Kauai, Hawaii. You might hear them giggling in the background depending on how well this microphone picks up noise. And so, I didn't have a chance to record a podcast for the next couple episodes, but before I left on vacation, I actually had a chance to be part of a really cool summit that my friend, Christopher Voss put on called The ROR Symposium. And he had me as one of his keynote speakers, and he had me talk about just my history, my journey, using relationships, and joint ventures, and things like that. The Dream 100, as I call it, to build my business and everything we've done over the last almost 20 years now. And so, it was a really special presentation. It was one that I came to with notes, but not PowerPoint slides and things like that. It was more, I just wanted to kind of share from my heart. And if you know Christopher Voss you know he's a very emotional person and he brings that emotion. And apparently, I found out afterwards, all the speakers end up crying. In fact, I did as well during my presentation. So, there's something really special in the middle that you'll find out about. But anyway, I hope you really enjoy these. They're going to help you to learn how to build joint ventures, how to find your Dream 100, how to build better relationships with people, and how to turn that into more business and help you to get your mission out there to change more people's lives. If you don't know who Christopher Voss is, I recommend following him. He told me that the best site to send you guys to... I said, "Where should I send people to listen who want to go deeper with you and learn more about relationships and how to build businesses using them?" And he said theroruniversity.com would be the best place for you guys to go. So, if you want to go deeper with Chris, go to roruniversity.com, check out what he's got there. And with that said, I'm going to cue the theme song. When we come back, you have a chance to hear the first part of my keynote presentation. As I was kind of thinking through this, I was like, "Man, there's 30-something speakers coming. Everyone's talking about different ways to do this ROR, return on relationship game. And everyone's got different ideas and things, and it got me to back, man, almost 19, 20 years ago now. And so I... If you guys are cool with it, I just want to do some story time and tell you guys my story and some of the things along the journey that I tried, that I... failures, the successes, specifically inside of this relationship, and joint venture partners, and things like that. And hopefully, it'll give you guys some comfort. Because everyone starting different points and sometimes you look at someone like me like, "Oh, well, Russell knows Tony Robbins, and Dan Kennedy," and da, da, da. But there was a day, 18, 19, 20 years ago where I was a little kid scared out of my mind awkwardly trying to message people pre-Facebook. So, I'm sending emails and trying to... and it was scary, and hard, and so hopefully, it'll give you some faith in wherever you are in your journey. Just like, "Okay, this is right. It's going to be good." It's going to be for some of us, especially the introverts like me, this is going to be something that kind of stretches you and feels uncomfortable sometimes, but then it can become something you really love and enjoy and gives you the ability to change the world at a level you never thought was possible. So, that's kind of my game plan. Then after that, we can open for some Q&A and... or whatever we want to do. Or we can celebrate, have a party, or we can sing Christopher's song and let him have a nap. Hey, whatever we want to do, it'll be fun. So, looking back, it's funny, because when I got started in this business, I was still in college. So, I had just met my beautiful wife, Colette, who I think we're celebrating our... I think it's our 20th anniversary this summer, which is crazy. So, she's stuck around my chaos for this long and she's... Gosh, she's the best. But we had just gotten married and I was trying to figure out how to support her. I was wrestling and I didn't want to quit wrestling, so I'm like, "How do I wrestle and do all these things at once?" And so, I did what most people do and I went to Google and typed in how to make money. Right? Which, who here has done that at one point in your career? And you go on this rabbit trail, right? Of like, "Whoa, there's a lot of things to do." And everyone's got a different thing, and you start joining email newsletters. You know what those are at first and you start getting these emails from all these people, and then for me, it was like I was reading blogs and then I was joining... They didn't have Facebook groups back then. They had forums. So, I was joining the Warrior forum and How-To Court forum, and then... Anyway, there's like 20 or 30 different forums. So, all day long I'm reading forums of people, and I'm getting emails, and I'm learning all these things. And it was interesting because I was learning all the different pieces, right? Some people would talk about SEO and that's what they geeked out on. So, I started reading all the SEO articles, and I started learning how to do SEO and backlinking. So, I was like, "Oh, this is how you make money." And then someone else was like, "SEO's stupid. This is how we make money," and they had a whole different strategy. And then someone else had a different strategy, and soon I was just looking at all these shiny objects and I was like, "I don't know which one I'm supposed to do." How many of you guys ever felt that before? There's like 8,000 things. Like, "Russell said funnel. Someone else said this." Like, "Ah." And so, I was in that as well, and so I was just like... I got in this perpetual learning phase, right? Where I was learning and studying, and learning and studying. Then I started watching what was happening. Right? And I was on all these different email lists, but then it seemed like it was coordinated. Once every couple months, all of a sudden I would get an email from 30 or 40 people who somehow I had got on their email lists and all of them would be talking about the same product at the exact same time. Right? And all of a sudden you're like, "Oh, my gosh. Everyone's talking about this thing." Right? And I think the first ones I saw there was an old e-book called Google Cash. And it's how people are making money on Google doing Google ads. It was Chris Carpenter's offer, and he had gotten a whole bunch of affiliates. I don't know how at the time, but he had a whole bunch of affiliates all promote at the same time, so my inbox... And I'm at college opening my inbox and there's like 40 emails from people all talking about this book. I'm like, "This is the thing everyone's talking about. It's got to be the secret." I was so excited. And I went and paid this $67 for an e-book, which no one knew what e-books were back then and we were all confused. Literally, I remember messaging the support team and I was... like two weeks later. I'm like, "When's the book going to show up?" And they're like, "It's digital." I'm like, "I don't know what that means." They're like, "It means you download it." And again, 20 years ago, that was like... that was weird. That wasn't a thing that nowadays we all get it. But back then... And so I download this book, and I'm trying to read it, and I was just like, "I paid $67 for a PDF. My wife's going to kill me when she finds out." But I'm reading it and I'm getting all excited like t's next big thing, and all of a sudden, there's this next promotion and everybody's talking about this next thing. I'm getting all these... like 20, 30 emails. And I was like, "It's got to be this," so I jumped over there, and it's started me on this rabbit trail. And I just remember being confused, and overwhelmed, and all the things a lot of us go through. Right? And about that time... This was probably the very first ever high-ticket... Not even high-ticket, like $1,00 product. There was this guy, and I didn't know who he was at the time, but again, all of a sudden the emails start flying in my inbox. Right? And they're all for this guy. They say this guy is the godfather of internet marketing and he's retiring. And because of that, he's giving away his entire empire, everything he's built. And he called it the farewell package. Like, "This is my farewell from the internet. I'm done. I'm out. I've made millions of dollars, now I'm leaving." And his name was Mark Joyner. And I didn't know who Mark was at the time, but I started reading the emails and the stuff, and I was just like, "This is the greatest thing in the world." Right? So, I remember going to the sales page, reading through it ready to try to buy it for 20, or 30 bucks, or whatever, and the price went was $1,000. And I was like, "Oh, I do not have $1,000. I've never had $1,000." My wife was working, supporting at the time, and she was making, I believe $9.50 an hour. So, I mean, it would take her, man, over 100 hours. No, because you got taxes. Probably 200 hours of her working, so that's a lot of time to pay for this $1,000 course. I remember looking at it and I was like, "Oh, I don't have any money. I'm a broke wrestler." I had just gotten married, therefore, now I'm living off my wife who's making $9.50 an hour as a receptionist where she was working at. And I was like, "There's no way I can do it." And so, I remember not being able to buy it, not being able to buy it, but I kept seeing the emails, and the promotions, and the urgency, and the scarcity, and it eventually got to the point where it was about to sell out. Probably five or six weeks into this whole thing and about to sell out. And they were closing down the cart. And I remember the night before... This is... Again, for those of you who are newer before there were webinars, there were things called teleseminars where you would pick up the phone, and you would call, and you'd just listen to people talk. And so, I called this teleseminar, and on the teleseminar these guys are talking about the Mark Joyner Farewell Package. And it was just... It was going to be gone the next day and you had to get it. And I remember listening to it and being sick to my stomach and laying in bed that night, and I was like, "I have to do it. This is my thing," and being so stressed out. And finally, the next morning I was still laying in bed. My wife woke up and I was like, "Colette, I know I bought a lot of stupid things that I haven't done anything with any of it yet, but I think this is the one. I think this is the thing." I remember asking her. I was like, "Can I buy it?" And she said something like... In fact, I talked about it. I wrote it in the Traffic Secrets book, this story, but she's like, "Well, do you think this is the one for you?" I was like, "I think this is the one." She's like, "Okay, then here's our credit card." And we only had like a $500 credit limit I had to call up my bank like, "Can you double our limit to 1,000?" This is how like green we were back then. And we did it, and I bought the course, and I remember I got the course and there was like 15 CDs, all these interviews. And so, I started listening to the CDs, and what was crazy, as Mark was talking, he kept talking over and over and over again, about two concepts. The first one was the power of your own list. He kept talking about, "You have to have your own email list, and this is how it works, and if you have an email list of 10,000 people, you send an email out to your offer, you can sell a whole bunch of your things." And I started realize, I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. This is literally what's been happening to me. I'm on all these people's email lists. They have a big email list and send an email, and if I buy a $1,000 course, they must have made 500 bucks." And I started putting the pieces together. It's like, "Oh, my gosh. This is how it works." And some of you guys... I'm not going to tell the whole story, but some of you guys have heard my story. After listening to two or three of these CDs I was like, "I need an email list." And I went down that whole journey where I got called a spammer and... Anyway, so that's... Insert that story there. I'm not going to tell that story because it's outside the context of this event. But I started trying to send email and it didn't work. And I was just like, "This thing Mark is teaching me, I need to have an email list, but everyone's got one, except for me. I don't have a list. It's not fair." And I kept listening to Mark's course, and as he got deeper and deeper in the course, he started talking about this thing called joint ventures. And he was like, "Every time you start a new company or launch a new product, the first thing we do before you buy ads or anything is we go and we have these different partners who all already have email lists." He's like, "Go with people who already have email lists, and then some of them will promote and send traffic to my thing, and that's how you make money." And I was like... I was just seeing... You know there's those curtain in front of your face, and the curtain's lifted? I saw the Wizard of Oz. I'm like, "This is how it works. You have to have an email list. If you don't have an email list, you find other people with email lists, and they promote your offer, and then the people buy your product, and then you have an email list." And I was like... It all started making sense in my head. I was like, "Okay." And then I did what I'm sure all of you guys did, especially if you've read Traffic Secrets book... And I didn't know what this was called at the time. I didn't have words for it, but it was basically my first Dream 100. I was like, "Okay. Who's got an email list?" Like, "Mark said people have email lists. We need to find people with email lists," and so that was kind of the next question. And so, I started making my first Dream 100 list. And it was funny because I had this farewell package I bought from Mark Joyner and he had all the people he interviewed. So I said, "Well, this is my Dream 100, all the people Mark interviewed." And so, I don't remember most of the names. I do remember Joe Vitale though. He was one of the names. And some of you guys know Joe Vitale. If you go to mrfire.com, he's written like 400 books. He's awesome. I wrote Joe Vitale down. I started writing other people's names down. And so, I remember I'm building this Dream 100 list and I was like, "Okay, this is easy. I'm just going to email them all, and then they're going to promote my thing, and I'm going to be rich. This seems really awesome." Right? And I'm sure some of you guys have thought of that before. Hopefully, it's not just me. So, I start emailing Joe Vitale, and I can't remember all the other names. Joe's the one that stuck out in my head. I remember emailing them all and then just waiting like, "Okay, they're going to respond back to me, and then this is going to be this big thing, and I'm going to make a bunch of money." And I think I had my first or second product at the time, so it was like I had a product for them to sell and everything. Sent all the emails out and it was crickets. Not one person wrote back to me. And I was like, "Huh." I was like, "Okay, either this Mark Joyner's full of crap or I need to send another email." So, being a relentless person, I send another email to all them like, "Hey, Joe Vitale. Did you not get my email? Because I've got this new product and if you promote it, we can split the money 50/50. It's going to be awesome." Right? Like he's for sure... Like, "I'll even give you 60% commission." Maybe I'll blow his mind. Right? So, I tell him this thing, crickets. Nobody responds back to me. And I remember just being like... I was like, "This internet thing doesn't work." So, I remember being frustrated and just not knowing what to do, not believing this JV thing actually worked. Assuming that it's impossible to build an email list and I was stuck in that rut for a while. Probably, I don't know how many, four or five months of this rut of just like, "It didn't work. I tried." And have you guys done that where you try something somebody told you and then you're like, "Oh"? It reminds me of... Well, never mind. I'm not going to tell that story, but it reminds me of just so many of us do that where we're trying to follow a guru. We try the thing and it doesn't work, and we're like, "Oh, it didn't work." It's like, maybe we just didn't execute it quite correctly. So, fast forward a little while later there was this internet marketing event. It was Armand Morin. It was called the Big Seminar back then. And it was the seminar in the industry. Kind of like Funnel Hacking Live is nowadays. It was the seminar. And so, I remember saving up some money and we flew out to... And I had made a little bit of money online at this point. Not a lot. I was making, I don't know, maybe 1,000 bucks a month or something. So, I had a little bit of money just so I didn't have to yell... borrow more money from Colette's credit card to go and go to this event. So, I fly out to this event. It's in Atlanta. I go to the seminar and I remember thinking, "All the speakers on stage, I'm going to get all... That's going to be my next affiliates or my next people I'm going to be partners with." And so, we're seeing all the speakers and they seem bigger than life. They're on stage, and they're talking, and I was just like, "If any of these guys promoted my product, I'd be rich." That's the thing going through my head. Right? And so, I'm seeing them, writing all their names down. I'm like, "I'm going to become partners with them and become friends with them. I'm going to go meet them face-to-face. Maybe that's the secret. If I meet them face-to-face then it'll be easy." Unfortunately, I'm insanely introverted, and shy, and scared. So, I'm at the event, I see the person walking by. I remember seeing Stephen Pierce. He was the guy at the time. He walked past and I was just like... He walked right past me, and he walked past, and I'm like, "Ah, I blew it. Stupid, Russell. Stupid, Russell. You didn't even talk to him." And I'm sitting there in the hallway and all of a sudden Armand... Actually, I was in the bathroom and Armand walked next to me in the urinal next to me. I'm like, "Armand's right here. What do I do? Do I say something? I can't say in the bathroom. It's so awkward." And he looks over and he is like, "Hey, man. How's it going?" I'm like, "Good." And he is like, "All right," and then walks away and walks out of the bathroom. I'm like, "Ah, I blew it again. I blew it again." You know? And I'm too scared to talk to any of the speakers, but I'm like... For me, I'm like, "This is the key. This is the key to my freedom is these speakers," and I didn't dare do it. I wimped out every single person. I didn't talk to a single one of them. And then at nights, all the attendees would go to the bar. Now, I'm not a drinker. I've never drank in my life. Most people don't believe me, but I've literally never drank in my entire life. So, I'd go to these bars and I was like, "I don't want people to think I'm drinking," because like I have a thing like that where I want to avoid the appearance of evil at all costs. Right? So, I remember I'd go to the bar and I was like, "Ah, how do I..." And literally, the bartender was like, "You want something to drink?" I was like, "Can you give me milk?" He was like, "Seriously?" I'm like, "I don't know. Can you?" I was like "Because if it's going to be a Sprite, people going to think it's some fizzy drink." I don't know. I don't even know what drinks are. Like, "It's going to be fizzy something." So, I'm like, "If you give me milk they're going to know that it's not alcohol." Right? So, he's like, "All right." So, the guy gives me a milk. I'm holding this milk at the bar walking around and everyone's like... All these people start coming to me, which is really cool, and they're like, "Are you drinking milk?" I was like, "Yeah." They're like, "Why are drinking milk?" I'm like, "Oh, well, I'm Mormon, so I don't drink." They all kind of laugh at me, but it opened dialogue when they came to me. And this is... Okay, side note. Interesting for the introvert. Who are the introverts in the room? If you're introvert, I learned something really cool. Nicholas Bailey actually told me this. He dresses weird because he's introverted and he's too scared to go talk to people. He's like, "If I do something weird," he's like, "people come to me and like, 'Oh, nice shirt. Nice glasses. Nice,'" blah, blah, blah, blah. And so, that's what happens. I had this weird thing, and then people came to me. They're like, "Why are you drinking milk in a bar?" And then it started a conversation, and then when I'm in a conversation I can do it. It's the walking up to. Like, "How am I going to go and..." You know what I mean? So scary for me. And so, people started talking to me. We started becoming friends and get to know people, and I'm talking in this group, and it was interesting because everyone I was talking to, they all had businesses just like me, but they weren't the guy on stage with a list of 100,000 people and all this kind of stuff They were here and they had a list of like 500 people. Or I got a list of 1,200 people. They were all kind of at this level. About the same level I was at. I was like, "Oh, my gosh," and we started talking, getting to know each other. And back then it was before Skype or before... It was pre-Skype. It was pre... What do we use nowadays? Slack or Instant Messenger. Whatever. We used to use Yahoo Messenger, or IRQ, or AOL, and so it always like, "What messenger are you on? Here's my AOL chat," or, "Here's my IRQ." Or ICQ Sorry. ICQ. Or, "Here's my..." And so, they give them to you, and so that was how we get to know people. So, I put it out, write it down, and then I remember the people. I remember Mike Phillip's name was on Yahoo Messenger. His name was signanddrive.com. And I remember Brad Callen. I remember Brad Fallon. And so, I started meeting all these people at the bar while I'm drinking my milk, and getting to know them, and I'm writing down all their little handles. And then we get home and away from the event, and so I start putting those things in and I start messaging them. I feel way more comfortable talking through text, through Yahoo Messenger. I was like, "Hey, great meeting you at the event," blah, blah, blah. "This is a picture of me so you remember who I was." Right? And the person would write back, "Oh, yeah. It was really cool. You were the guy with the milk, right?" I'm like, "Yeah." And we'd start this dialogue. And then I was like, "Okay..." Not even thinking that these guys would be big partners someday, but I kind of started getting to know these people. And we were all kind of the same level. And this is the key. Okay? I'm trying to tell stories with hopefully principles you guys can pick from it. So, all these people were at the same level. And I remember because at the same time I was messaging Joe, Vitale, and messaging all the speakers in the event, and none of them are responding to me. It's just like crickets. No one's responding back. I'm talking to these guys. And I remember I was creating an offer and these guys had become my friends. And I was like, "Hey, can you check this out? Do you think this is good? Is the offer good?" And they started messaging back, and all of a sudden they started becoming involved in my business, right? They had a vested interest because they were kind of like, "Oh, I would do this," or, "I'd try this over here. And all of a sudden they started sharing ideas back and forth and it was really cool. And then they would share with me what they were doing back and forth, and it was really, really cool. And I had vested interest in their projects because I was like, "Oh, you should try this, or, "Oh, I did this. You should try this." We built this little group of people. And I don't even know. It was probably four, five, six people maybe that we kind of did this thing. And I remember because about this time is when my very first software product ever came out, and I don't talk much about this product. It was a product called ZIP Brander, and I was so proud of it. And I remember I sent it to Mike Filsaime. I was like, "Hey, here's my first software. Check it out." He was like, "Dude, that's so cool. Do you want me to promote it to my list?" And I was like, "Wait, he just asked me." Like never it happened. I was just like, "I've been asking all these people at this level up here, all the people I'm looking up to, the gurus, the big famous people. No one, crickets, and all of a sudden my friend's, like, 'I'll promote it to my list.'" And I was like, "Dude, you serious?" He's like, "Yeah." I'm like, "Okay." And so I give him the link. He sends an email to his list, and I can't remember. I paid him like 50, 60, 70. I don't know. I was like, "You can have all the money. I just want... I need a list. I know the goal. The goal to get a list. I'll give you 100% commission." Right? And so, he promoted and I think he sold... I don't know, he sold five or six copies of my thing, but then I got the money, and then I gave most of it to him. But then what happened is I got five or six customers, but a bunch of people... I had a pop-up on the site. A bunch of people filled out the pop-up, and I got like 300 or 400 people on my email list. And I was like, "This is awesome." And then I knew Mike had a product, and I was like, "Hey, man." I was like, "Dude, I love..." He had a product called Carbon Copy Marketing back then or something. It was a two-disc DVD set. And this is before DVD, so he literally would go and he would print a DVD and ship it out to you from his house. This is how... 20 years ago. Remember, this is before things like that. And so, he said, "Yeah." So, I emailed my list of like 300 people from him the 400 or 500 people I built, so maybe a thousand from my list. I sent the email and I sold like five or six of his DVDs. And he is like, "Thanks, man." And we did our first little cross-promotion, and me and Mike became friends. And then Mike told me. Then Mike's like, "Dude, you know who you should do? I met this guy named Gary Ambrose. You should meet Gary because Gary has got a list too, and he promoted the same DVDs you just promoted and it was awesome. You should get to know him." So, he introduced me to Gary. Me and Gary met up, and I was like, "Oh." And Gary and I started sharing ideas, and then eventually he promoted my things, I promoted his, and then Gary's like, "Oh, dude, you should meet so and so." And I was like, "Oh, you should meet..." And all of a sudden we started this little four or five people start introducing more and more people, and soon I've got 20 or 30 friends all on Yahoo Messenger and AOL that we're talking back and forth and getting to know each other. Right? And what's interesting is that we all kind of helped promoting each other. Our list went from 400 or 500 people to 1,000 to 1,500, to 1,000 to 2,500, and they kept growing and growing. And I was looking at this little group of people all working together. It was like a groundswell where our businesses all started gradually rising together. What do they say? A rising tide raises all ships, right? That's what started happening. And we started getting bigger and bigger. I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. This is so cool." And then we started doing more things and this is, man, a two or three-year period of time while I was in college, we were going back and doing these things. And it was just... It was really, really cool. Right? And I remember one day Mike had this idea, Mike Filsaime had this idea for a product called Butterfly Marketing. Some of you guys may have heard of it, but it was the first time he had the idea. And he's like, "Hey, man, check out the sales letter." He had this huge sales letter. And on the sales letter, he had these testimonials from all the people. All the people you'd want, right? I was like, "How'd you get all those guys' testimonials?" He's like, "Oh, I didn't. I just put their pictures in just as the placeholders as a dream of someday I'm wanting to get these people's testimonials." I was like, "Oh, that'd be so cool to get to know them." And then he's like, "Well, I met so and so. I know so and so who does know that person," and all of a sudden this network started happening, right? Anyway, Mike went and started messaging and eventually got to the person, one of the people, and they gave him a thing, and all of a sudden he got a bigger promotion from a bigger person. And what happened is, is we started doing this. Again, the people I looked up to were way up here and they wouldn't respond to me and things like that. And this group down here became friends. We all started growing together, and eventually what started happening is as we got bigger and bigger and bigger, we got closer to these people. I remember probably, man, two years, maybe three years into this business I had an idea. And I was creating this whole project. It was a membership site. It was called The Lost Files, and it was based on old public domain books, which I could talk about for six years. But it's this geeky, nerdy thing that you can make money with. And so I got excited, I'm creating this thing, and I was like, "Joe Vitale, he's written like 500 books." I'm like, "Oh, Joe would be my dream person." I know Joe had talked about public domain in the past. Joe had actually published a couple books from the public domain. And I was like, "He'd be my dream partner." But I was like, "He's ignored like 40 emails from me. There's no way he's going to respond to me now." Right? But I was like, "Oh, I got to do something." So, I remember I messaged him again this time and I was like, "Hey, Joe. Sorry to bug you. I have this new site." I explained what my site, thelostfiles.com. Like, "This is what is, how it works," and everything. And then the next day I get email back from Joe, and I was too scared to even open it. I'm like, "This is crazy." And Joe messaged me back. He's like, "Hey, Russell, so good to meet you." He's like, "I've been seeing your name everywhere. All these different people keep promoting your stuff. They keep popping up in my inbox. The Lost Files sounds awesome." The way he made the connection, he didn't... I don't think he... He didn't connect that it was me who was annoying him for like 40 emails prior. He just didn't connect it. Or maybe he just ignored it, or he forgave me, or whatever, but he message back and said, "Yes." And I was like, "Joe Vitale said yes." And I was freaking out. And so he goes and he does this... We had this promotion where we had a teleseminar together. He promoted his list. And then at the teleseminar he promoted The Lost Files, and we signed up like 300 members off his list at like 40 bucks a month, which for a college kid, is insane. And it was this one deal, and then Joe was like, "Oh, by the way, have you ever met so and so, and so and so?" and starts opening these doors again. Now, because I've gotten closer and closer, I got one person in and all of sudden it opened up this whole network of people. And that was my journey for the first three or four years. And so I wanted to kind of lead with that because again, I think so many of you guys are like me where you see the people. I meet people all the time. "Russell, you say to build a Dream 100 list, I've got to dream one, and it's just you." And I'm like, "Not a good strategy." I literally said Dream 100 for a very important reason because it shouldn't be me. I do maybe one promotion a year and usually, it's for Tony Robbins. And so, for me to say yes, it's going to be like... We got to date for a decade before it's going to happen, so if you're banking on that it's going to be a long, long time for something to happen, right? I was like, "Instead, go and do things with people at your own tier, your own level where they're looking for things, and looking for cross-promotions, and things will start happening. And then what happened is you start rising to the top, and all of a sudden people like me are going to start seeing you. You show up my news feed. I start seeing emails." All of a sudden it's like now there's this relationship, right? It's funny. There's... This is a funny story. So, one of my buddies, I met him probably... It's probably been 12 years ago now. Some of you guys know him. He's Chad Wallner. He's a chiropractor. I talk about him in the Dot Com Secrets book. But he moved into our area, and so we go to church. We were going to the same church, and so he shows up and he sees me. And he was seeing me online. He knew I was and stuff. He came to me and he's like, "Russell." He's like, "Dude, this is so... I can't believe you're in my ward. I've seen you before," blah, blah, blah, all this stuff. And he's like, "We actually have a mutual friend together." And I was like, "We do?" He's like, "Yeah." So, he's trying to build a connection so we can connect and stuff. And it was interesting because he said, "We got this mutual friend." And then he told me the name. He's like, "Here's the guy's name." And I was like, "Don't know who he is." He was like, "Oh, weird." He's like, "He talks about you all the time as if you guys were best friends." I was like, "I don't know who that is. I'm so sorry." And years later, Chad and I had this discussion about this and it was funny because he was like, "Man, I..." The realization is it's not who you know, it's who knows you. Right? I knew who Joe Vitale was. I knew who these people... I knew Tony Robbins. So, I wanted them, but it's not that I know them. I need them to know me. Right? So, it's how do you get them to know you? Well, it's by doing cool stuff in the market that they're playing in. Showing up. Will they see you in news feeds, see you in emails, see you in stuff? Where all of a sudden they keep seeing these things and then they see you. They got to know who you are. Right? When you approach them like, "Hey, my name is so and so," if they don't know who you are, it's going to be really hard to build a relationship. If they're like, "Hey, this is so and so," it's easy. For example, I was trying to do a negotiation with someone the other day. I wish I could tell you all the details. I can't though. Anyway, really big company. You'd be aware of who they are. And so, I tried to get a meeting with the founder of it, and we get on a Zoom call like this, and the very first thing he says, he's like, "Man, Russell," he's like, "I see you like 12 times a day. You are everywhere in my news feed. I get emails from you. You must be the best internet marketer on the planet." And I was like, "This is going to be the easiest negotiation in my entire life because he knows exactly who I am." Right? As opposed to me coming to him and trying to explain who I was. Right? And so it's like, as you're doing stuff actively in the marketplace, people will start seeing that and become aware of you. Right? And that's how you start rising to the top. I get people all the time that message me like, "Hey, can I speak at Funnel Hacking Live?" I'm like, "I don't know who you are." Like, "I'm the best speaker. Here's my speaker," blah, blah, blah. I'm like, "I don't know who you are." Right? But check this out. McCall Jones, who I think is on here, or she was on here earlier, right? McCall, she showed up on Funnel Hacking Live. Then she does this thing, and then she starts publishing, and she starts doing everything, and I start seeing her everywhere. I see her energy and her excitement. I see how she's developing things. She's like using things she learned from me, but developing her own things, which was really cool. Because I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. She's a good student and she's doing things." And this whole thing starts happening, and I see her in my feed. I see her all the time. And my friends start talking about her, and then Monica, who's on this as well. Monica messaged me. There's McCall right there. Yeah. What's up? And Monica messaged me, "You know McCall? You got to..." And so, her friends are calling me and telling me to listen and stuff. And soon, I'm watching everything she's doing. And I'm like, "Oh, my gosh, I'm impressed." I start podcasts. How many... Once or twice I talked about you on the podcast before we even met officially. I'm like, "This girl McCall keeps showing up. She's doing these cool things." And on Funnel Hacking Live, I'm like, "Who should speak on Funnel Hacking Live?" I'm like, "There's this girl who's never spoken on stage before. Right? She's never... Doesn't like, 'Here's my speaker reel. I've got a perfect presentation.'" But I'm seeing that. I was like, "She'd be like the perfect person to come on stage and, and speak." And so anyway... Hey, McCall. What's up? McCall Jones: Thank you. Wow, that's so nice. I'm just hyping you up, over here reacting to all of your stuff, so hey. Funnel Hacking Live. Woo hoo! Russell: All right. But conceptually, you guys, it make sense. If you want to get into, they call it the good old boys club. Like, "How do I get in the good old boys club?" It's the way you get into it is you have to infiltrate it. And it starts finding people at your own level and start playing the game, start moving forward, start making noise, start doing stuff, and then people are going to start seeing you and start becoming aware of you.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
S4 E60: The 4 Horsemen of Meaning | Bishop Barron, John Vervaeke, and Jonathan Pageau | JBP Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 123:58


This episode was recorded on September 10th 2021. Jordan Peterson, Bishop Barron, John Vervaeke, and Jonathan Pageau have a round table to explore ideas and theories of Meaning. All three guests have been on the podcast before, and all share Jordan's passion for the universal truths of human experience. This deep discussion explores the roots of Meaning and religious significance. Bishop Barron is the founder of Word on Fire and the auxiliary bishop of the archdiocese of LA. John Vervaeke is a colleague of Jordan's and an associate professor at the University of Toronto since 1994. He teaches courses on reasoning, cognitive development, and higher cognitive processes. Jonathan Pageau is a symbolic thinker, YouTuber, and class carver of orthodox icons. - Find more Bishop Barron on YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/wordonfirevideo And here: https://wordonfire.org/ Find more John Vervaeke online on his website: http://johnvervaeke.com John's YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCpqDUjTsof-kTNpnyWper_Q Find more Jonathan Pageau on YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCtCTSf3UwRU14nYWr_xm-dQ  Jonathan's website: http://www.pageaucarvings.com _________ [00:00] Preview [01:30] Intro [02:40] Everyone gives their answer to “What is meaning?” [03:30] “We're using meaning as a metaphor... something similar to the way a sentence works. It has intelligibility to it that connects us to the world... so that we can interact and be informed by it” Jon Vervaeke [07:22] “Our mental framing is transparent like a pair of glasses, but there are times we need to step back and, by taking the glasses off and examining them, consider our framing structure" JV [09:10] “When you look at the world there is a central point of focus. When you focus on the point with your eyes it becomes very clear... until we no longer perceive anything by the edge of our vision. It's nothingness, it's just not there" Jordan Peterson [13:56] Bishop Barron's view on meaning and religion [14:23] “I would say that meaning is to be in a purposeful relationship to a value" Bishop Robert Barron [17:55] “So I'm talking to you, which I believe is a good, but it's nested in a higher good and a still higher good, so finally I want not just this particular good but good itself—that's a religious relationship" BRB [18:20] Pageau's opening thoughts on meaning and religion [19:56] “The reason we perceive hierarchy is because we are always judging... or trying to evaluate whether something's good" Pageau [20:31] Jordan's brief foray into “mini-celebrations” [21:53] The idea of revelation [24:46] “It isn't obvious to me that we see objects—we see patterns" JP [27:40] “Like a Rolling Stone—it wasn't the first song I liked, but it was the first that rocked my world and rearranged my mind, and I think that's where real value is" BRB [28:42] Underlying causes of the crisis of meaning [30:10] “Something that starts with Scotus... and goes into the heart of the scientific revolution is that there's no such thing as levels—reality just is" JV [31:00] Science around the hierarchy of intelligibility and connectedness [33:00] What is science? [39:00] “There's an epistemic hierarchy and science does not belong on the top" BRB [42:00] “As scientists, we are motivated by a narrative we don't understand scientifically… The whole enterprise is driven by a dream whose reality can't be encapsulated within the process itself" JP [44:00] The ignorance in assuming science OR religion are correct [44:40] Eminationist ontologies [55:30] Religious experiences [01:07:30] The book of Revelations as a psychedelic experience. [01:17:30] The Psychedelic problem and why psychedelics are useful in communal experiences. [01:26:00] Jordan's biblical lectures [01:32:00] What are the guests working on? [01:36:00] Beauty in churches [01:38:00] Growing up Christian [01:44:00] Possibility is real [01:50:00] Joining religion and science [02:03:30] Wrapping up #Meaning #Psychology #Religion Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The JV Club with Janet Varney

This week we welcome the hilarious, bold, candid and great Fielding Edlow (“Bojack Horseman”), who digs deep into the Whit Stillman-y world of upwardly mobile teens on the island of Manhattan, and marital public honesty in the form of “Bitter Homes and Gardens.” PLUS! BONUS! Hear the Podsongs tune written by Frances Luke Accord inspired by their conversation with JV!

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – November 9, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 167:51


Mitch Albom bores Dr. Phil, Travis Scott's Astroworld investigation, Joe Millionaire returns, WATP Karl joins us, revenge of the Portnoy, Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and the Hawk is back & out of control.Bill Burr is at the Fox Theater this week.Coming Up on the Show: Little Steven joins us tomorrow. Brian Vander Ark will Zoom in next week. Vinnie Dombroski may make an appearance as he and ICP recently got together to record Heart & Soul.Eli Zaret further decided our audience with his hot takes.Aaron Rodgers is back with Pat McAfee and this time he's sorry. State Farm is sticking with him. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is not happy with him.Ice Cube is turning down movie roles to avoid getting vaccinated.The Houston Texans should just play Deshaun Watson.Get some tickets to Michigan vs. Ohio State by dropping by Szott Ford in Holly.The dude on the Bonerline that hates The Hawk has been banned from listening to the show. The Hawk steps up today to throw in the face of the haters.Sports Notes: Jim Harbaugh's 15 word answer in his press conference was manna for sports reporters. Casey Mize gets SNUBBED. Tony Paul's top free agents has JV coming home.Airline chaos is on the way just in time for the holidays.Karl from WATP joined the show to tell us of his super-spreader Bills party, learn about The Rumor, rip apart the Bertcast and take a huge dump on What's One More with Alec & Hilarious Baldwin.Nobody understands crypto and people like Tom Brady pretend they do.The Kyle Rittenhouse trial seems to matter a whole lot to some people.Travis Scott's Astroworld fallout continues.Mitch Albom bored Dr. Phil's audience to death. The Washington Post review of his book is much better reading.Will Smith spills in his new book: Will.Shiloh Jolie-Pitt was a girl, then a boy, and now she is a girl again.M. Night Shyamalan movies went downhill after that first one.RIP Dean Stockwell. Remember when Scott Bakula was "retarded"?Joe Millionaire is BACK! We miss Evan Marriott.We roll through random pages at boobpedia.com (NSFW, duh).Kamala Harris is missing.Butt lifts have been around a lot longer than we thought.Dave Portnoy is suspended from Twitter. He jumped on Tucker Carlson to defend himself against the reporting without one mention of the women.Charlie LeDuff will be on Tucker Carlson soon. Bloop.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).