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Winged Wheel Podcast
Lalonde's Impact, Berggren Shines, and Hronek's Revival - Dec. 4th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 79:04


The Detroit Red Wings have kicked off their road trip and started with a win! Tune in as we discuss the last two games for Steve Yzerman's team, including a loss to the Vegas Golden Knights, how Derek Lalonde has the team playing to a consistent standard, Sundqvist, Kubalik, & Larkin factoring in, & more (5:08). Also, Detroit's win over Columbus, including a solid game from Ville Husso, Jonatan Berggren's playmaking shining through, Filip Hronek factoring in at both end of the ice, Kubalik, Copp, & Perron producing, Lucas Raymond getting his goal, the Seider/Chiarot almost-injury issues, & lots more (14:30). We also discuss Olli Maatta already surpassing last season's point totals & Larkin's offside (24:30), and we make a comparison between Filip Hronek & Jacob Chychrun - would it even be worth it to trade Hronek? (27:50) Also: the Alex Nedeljkovic predicament, him not starting in Ohio, Hellberg with the Grand Rapids Griffins, & next steps in Detroit's net (36:54). Additionally, news on Robby Fabbri & Marco Kasper (47:15), and should Jonatan Berggren stay in the NHL? What does he bring to the lineup, and would a healthy Elmer Soderblom push him out (49:00)? Finally, NHL news including Brock Boeser being on the trade market (57:35), Jordan Binnington's antics (1:01:00), & lots more - enjoy! #LGRW Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  WWP "Mickey Redmond" Flannels: https://www.wingedwheelpodcast.com/product-page/wwp-mickey-redmond-flannel-special-edition WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Winged Wheel Podcast
Top Copp, Bertuzzi Out, and Goalie Troubles - Dec. 1st, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 77:22


The Detroit Red Wings have had some goalie troubles... Tune in as the Winged Wheel Podcast opens the show with a surprise gift from the Detroit Red Wings to kick off the festive season (0:00) before diving into Detroit's recent games against the Toronto Maple Leafs (7:45) and the Buffalo Sabres (16:30), including: strong offense from Mo Seider but weak defense from the Seider Chiarot pairing, Ville Husso and Alex Nedeljkovic struggles, failed power plays, Berggren, Sundqvist, Copp, Hronek, Larkin, & others producing, whether these are "good" losses, & lots more. We also discuss key storylines surrounding the team, including Tyler Bertuzzi's second broken hand/wrist from a blocked shot & how this affects his future with the team (via contract extension or a trade), how he fits into Derek Lalonde's systems, Steve Yzerman's roster moves with Soderblom maybe not being back, & more (27:00). Also, Andrew Copp has emerged as an incredibly effective player in Hockeytown as he continues to recover from surgery - we discuss Detroit's center depth (including whether Bo Horvat could be a farfetched fit) now & future with Marco Kasper (38:20). With Magnus Hellberg sent down to the Grand Rapids Griffins on a conditioning stint, what does this mean for Alex Nedeljkovic's future? Could he be scratched, traded, or even waived? (45:35) Finally, NHL news including Cal Petersen being waived, Letang's stroke, Robertson and Ovechkin scoring at will, & lots more (57:25). "Thank you all for coming out to Hot Stove Stories with Mickey Redmond & Ken Daniels in support of the Jamie Daniels Foundation - it was great to see them joined by Wes McCauley, Dan O'Halloran, Kris Draper, Chris Osgood for the event! It was a pleasure & honor to host." - Ryan Hana #LGRW Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  WWP "Mickey Redmond" Flannels: https://www.wingedwheelpodcast.com/product-page/wwp-mickey-redmond-flannel-special-edition WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
Shit Happens...The Inspiring Success Story of Randi Brandt- EP 194

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 50:12


On this episode of the Lab Coat Agents Podcast, is an inspiring story of someone who has overcome so much. Randi Brandt joins the show today to share how circumstances could have taken her life or left her in a wheelchair but she has come through that and is thriving in her real estate business. Don't miss it! Episode Highlights: Randi Brandt introduces herself. She started out at Michigan State in Elementary Education and planned to work with kids but changed her mind after her internship and ended up with a hospitality business degree. Randi got a job in Keystone, Colorado with Vail Resorts which was the first time she had left Michigan and also took place during the 2008-2009 era. In 2013, she was ready to come home and opened an event planning business for a few years and she looked into investing in real estate. She ended up selling her business and got her real estate license. A little over a year into the business, she turned 32 and found herself in the back of an ambulance. Upon arriving at the hospital she was told that she was in liver and kidney failure, her body was shutting down. There was a time when the doctors told her dad they were not sure if they could get her back. They had her do a round of dialysis and among other procedures, a spinal tap. Randi realized she couldn't see as well and they decided to order another MRI. Next thing she knew she was going to the ICU. They found she had a subdural hematoma, a brain bleed.  She didn't end up needing a brain surgery thankfully but once they got her out of the ICU they needed to do more tests to determine what has caused everything. They removed two nerves from other places in the body to send for more tests.  At one point, she ended up having a stroke and lost all feeling from her waist down. Her internal organs were getting better but her body was failing her. Around day 40, she was told her body was stable but that her legs would never work again and they would prepare her to go home with a wheelchair. She had to continue running her business and kept in contact with clients until she went into the ICU. Randi could not comprehend how she was in that situation as she had always been active in dance, volleyball, etc. The nurses ended up putting her on suicide watch. It took her about 3 days to pull herself together. She prayed and really wanted more and the ability to help others. A physical therapist had her in an apparatus to stare at her legs in a mirror. They saw small movement in her legs and she then started doing 4 hours a day. Her nervous system was re-training. She couldn't choose to move her legs at first they just did.  On day 60, Randi was released from the hospital. Her driver's license had been taken away because of her stroke and loss of feeling disclosed by her doctor. She was released on a Sunday and back in her office on Monday. She went through a long process of recovery and had to do her business in Ubers because she couldn't drive until she regained strength. Jeff asked Randi how she was able to keep focused on her business through all of her obstacles. Randi talks about how she had to work through mindsets and limiting beliefs. Jeff asks Randi how she would advise people to get through mentally. You have to set your limits and claim who you are and what you're going to do.  Randi talks about expectations and being open with her clients. Jeff brings up the shift in the real estate market that we are now seeing and many are seeing the massive struggle in their way. Randi gives advice. You have to know your data and be the professional who knows what is going on. Jeff asks Randi what tactical things she is doing in her business or planning to do to continue to thrive for this downturn in real estate. What about the “36-touch” for a client base? Jeff and Randi talk about using Social Media and video strategies. Randi shares her cadence. Where can you add intentionality with Social?   Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor)   Randi Brandt 810-923-0245 https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2316504 https://www.instagram.com/randi.brandt/?hl=en

Think Brick
TechTalk: Life Cycle Analysis of Bricks

Think Brick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 15:00


Life cycle analysis (LCA) is a method of quantifying the environmental impacts associated with a given product. What about the LCA of bricks? Let's find out! In this episode your host Elizabeth McIntyre, and Engineering Intern, Rahul Elangovan, cover topics such as;  The four stages of a LCA; Goal and Scope definition; Inventory Analysis; Impact Analysis; Interpretation; and much more... This episode and many others can be found on all major platforms, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to Rate & Subscribe to our podcast to never miss out a new episode. You can also let us know who you want to hear next and what topics we should talk about by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts.    Mentioned in the episode: Think Brick Technical Factsheets Think Brick Technical Manuals The National Construction Code Australian Building Codes Board   Our Social Follow @ThinkBrickAustralia on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook

Winged Wheel Podcast
Clutch Larkin, Hronek's Heater, and Hellberg Returns - Nov. 27th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 76:49


The Detroit Red Wings are going streaking! Tune in as we open the show by discussing the 4 game win streak by Steve Yzerman's team in Hockeytown, NHL playoff implications, how Lalonde's systems, Larkin's heroics, improvement from Copp, and Hronek & Husso's rock-solid play have helped them find wins (5:50)! We also discuss Detroit's shootout win over Arizona, including a record-tying performance from Filip Hronek, Andrew Copp's best game so far, Lucas Raymond & Tyler Bertuzzi producing, Berggren chugging along, & Dylan Larkin's shootout winner in front of a hyped up LCA crowd (with a great call from Ken Daniels & Mickey Redmond) (13:40). Finally, we take a look at Bob Boughner's defensive coaching & how it may be helping Filip Hronek & the rest of the Red Wings' defensive core (26:20). With the return of Magnus Hellberg, we take a look at what his addition means for Ville Husso & Alex Nedeljkovic, how waivers may come into play, AHL implications for Brattstrom & Olkinuora, & what Yzerman's overall plan may be (31:14). Finally, NHL news (including a look at the overall playoff picture, Shane Wright dominating in the AHL, & more) (38:05) before heading into Overtime. All of that & more - enjoy! #LGRW Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Hot Stove Tickets & Auction: https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/featured-event/hot-stove-stories/ WWP "Mickey Redmond" Flannels: https://www.wingedwheelpodcast.com/product-page/wwp-mickey-redmond-flannel-special-edition WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Winged Wheel Podcast
Husso's Heroics and Red Wings Playoffs...Reality? ft. Max Bultman - Nov. 24th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 85:07


It's Thanksgiving, and the Detroit Red Wings are in a playoff position...this is not a drill. Tune in as the Winged Wheel Podcast discusses Detroit's 3rd straight victory: Ville Husso electrified Hockeytown with another shutout, Filip Hronek stayed "Hred Hot", Dylan Larkin & Jonatan Berggren produced, Moritz Seider delivered some heavy-hitting, as Derek Lalonde's squad sealed the win (6:00). With the Thanksgiving cutoff here, we give our takes on whether we expect Detroit's playoff pace to hold, their chances of making the postseason, & what it would take for them to get there (including Vezina & Jack Adams votes) (16:45). We're also joined by Max Bultman of The Athletic Detroit to discuss Steve Yzerman's offseason signings, how Andrew Copp, Perron, Kubalik, Maatta, & others have performed, the Larkin and Bertuzzi contracts, a Carter Mazur update, how Wallinder & others stack up, & lots more (32:40)! We wrap with a "nice" Lucas Raymond statistic, some NHL news, & lots more (1:07:05). Enjoy the show! #LGRW We offer our sincere condolences to the Salming family & friends on the loss of Börje Salming. Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Hot Stove Tickets & Auction: https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/featured-event/hot-stove-stories/ WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP Max Bultman's Articles: https://theathletic.com/author/max-bultman/

Winged Wheel Podcast
BONUS EPISODE: WWP Night ft. Ken Daniels and Mickey Redmond (Oct. 29th, 2022)

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 49:57


BONUS EPISODE: Tune into this special bonus edition of the Winged Wheel Podcast, where you can relive the live recording of the show from the third Winged Wheel Podcast Night at the LCA featuring Ken Daniels and Mickey Redmond, in partnership with the Detroit Red Wings! We start with some special announcements about upcoming events (0:00), and then jump to a replay of the live episode (5:30). Listen in as Ken & Mick bring the banter, hockey stories, and tales from their broadcasting experience (plus Prashanth Iyer and Mick going at it over hockey analytics), discuss the Detroit Red Wings season and key players like Dylan Larkin, Lucas Raymond, & Moritz Seider,  answer questions, and altogether charm the room. Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Hot Stove Tickets: https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/featured-event/hot-stove-stories/ WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Today in Lighting
Today in Lighting, 23 NOV 2022

Today in Lighting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 1:51


Randy discusses the November edition of LM&M Magazine, Shirley Coyle has an analysis on Orion's Q2'23 earnings, SATCO opens new Southeast distribution center, and LCA has an article on D4i.

Sustainable Packaging
Caroline James / Atlantic Packaging

Sustainable Packaging

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 23:09 Transcription Available


https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolineejames/Are you using your LCA correctly? What is the secret to an LCA? How can packaging be more sustainable? https://ororapackagingsolutions.com/Looking to improve the sustainability of your packaging today? Check out: https://www.landsberg.com/The views and opinions expressed on the "Sustainable Packaging with Cory Connors" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. https://specright.com/ https://www.amazon.com/dp/1329820053/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=corygathttps://www.linkedin.com/in/cory-connors/I'm here to help you make your packaging more sustainable! Reach out today and I'll get back to you asap. This podcast is an independent production and the podcast production is an original work of the author. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2022.

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
How Real Estate Agents Can Leverage Leases For Future Business- With Karina Pacific- EP 193

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 39:53


On this episode of the Lab Coat Agents Podcast, Karina Pacific joins host Jeff Pfittzer to share how she has overcome so many things from her past and how she is applying them today. She talks about mistakes that she made as a new real estate agent, how she uses networking and things that she loves to grow her business, and how we treat leases because they can turn into millions of dollars in due time. Tune in now! Episode Highlights: Karina introduces herself. She was born and raised in Mexico in a little beach town. HSe now lives and does real estate in Manhattan Beach. In 1985, Karina came to America by a miracle of God, and was raised pretty much parentless because she had a single mother who was working all of the time. Karina experienced abuse, neglect, and many hardships. All of the lacks have strengthened her to who she is now. Curiosity and faith saved Karina. She is intuitively a positive person.  Jeff talks about how it is easy to find trouble and easy to give up when you come from a hard upbringing and past. Are you just dealt a bad hand?  Jeff asks Karina to give advice to real estate agents who are tempted to give up in these times that are harder. Hard times help define people but human nature likes what is comfortable. How do you break out of the mediocre? Jeff asks Karina to share her plan for the next 12 months with the challenging changes in the economy. She discusses her company's business plan and pillars. How do you make it with raising interest rates, low inventory, and recessionary times? Karina talks about how the charitable part of her business loops back to sales. Karina shares stories of mistakes that she has made to help other agents. She also talks about strengths and weaknesses and interviewing teams. What do your habits say about what kind of professional you are? It took Karina ten years to really find her home in real estate. She was not afraid of moving around and she suggests, “You have to find your people.”    Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor)   https://karinapacific.com/ https://www.instagram.com/karinapacifichomes/?hl=en Karina Pacific - 310-529-4292 https://www.instagram.com/karinapacifichomes/?hl=en

Today in Lighting
Today in Lighting, 21 NOV 2022

Today in Lighting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 1:50


Randy discusses IALD's Call for Entries for 2023 International Lighting Design Awards, Silhouette Awards applications are open, LpS Digital Summit 2022 takes place on 7 DEC, LCA announces new course on California Energy Code, and CEE has an opening for an Initiative Manager.

The Stogie Geeks Cigar Podcast
SG #369 - Brian Desind, Privada Cigar Club

The Stogie Geeks Cigar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 125:20


Privada Cigar Club was founded in 2017 by Brian and Ofelia Desind. It is an Orlando, Florida based premium cigar company that began with a monthly subscription model before branching into other forms of premium cigar retail. Privada Cigar Club remains the only truly RARE cigar of the month club and has since become legendary with over 18,000 monthly subscribers. In July 2020, Privada Cigar Club introduced a new venture called Limited Cigars Association, or LCA, which is the company's initiative to revive brick and mortar premium cigars shops throughout the United States by sharing limited quantities of popular products on a monthly basis. Each shop in the LCA receives a small quantity of the featured cigar that is then advertised across Privada Cigar Club's social media channels. The quantities typically sell out quickly. Follow us on Twitter: @stogiegeeks Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/stogiegeeks Instagram:  https://instagram.com/stogiegeeks Show Notes: https://stogiegeeks.com/sg369

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
How To Trigger Emotional Drivers In Prospects In Order To Capture More Sales- With Jeremy Miner- EP 192

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 52:05


How To Trigger Emotional Drivers In Prospects In Order To Capture More Sales- With Jeremy Miner- EP 192   On this episode of the Lab Coat Agents Podcast, learn what it means to be a problem finder and therefore a problem solver rather than a product pusher. So many in the sales and real estate industry rush to Social Media to tell everybody what we do, to ask for the referrals, to ask for business…when in reality you should be going about it a completely different way. Jeremy Miner, a chairman of Seventh Level, a global Sales Training company, joins Jeff on the show today to discuss strategies based on psychology that lead to consumer interest, engagement, sales, and incredible success. Don't miss it! Episode Highlights: Jeremy was in the top 5,000 on Inc. Magazine's list of the fastest growing companies in 2021. He has been recognized by The Direct Selling Association as the 45th highest earning producer out of more than 100 million sales people. Closers Are Losers is Jeremy's Podcast and he has a new book, “Selling To An Unsellable Generation”. Jeremy majored in Behavioral Science and Psychology in college and the way that he saw people selling did not make any sense. How do you learn to get your prospects to pull you in rather than just push and push for sales? Jeff asks Jeremy what led him into studying Behavioral Science and Psychology? Jeremy shares that he actually dropped out his senior year, 13 credits shy of graduating and why. People are wired to do things consciously and subconsciously; Understanding those things makes selling easier as you can also pinpoint triggers in consumer behavior. How you are perceived by your prospects is what matters. Jeremy explains where he sees a lack of understanding in the motivation of consumers among the groups of professionals they train. Real estate agents specifically do not find out the important details enough. Can you come up with 2-3 generic problems that most people you associate with have and then have solutions? Education is great but it may not stick in people's brains, Jermey explains why. Why do people get frustrated when they are selling their house? How do you keep the explanation short of how what you do is helpful to other people? If it is too long it becomes a sales pitch again. Jeremy asks Jeff to identify top problems for buyers and sellers in the market currently that many could relate to. How do you automatically attract prospects  and differentiate yourself? Jermey explains how when you speak the same as all the other sales people your prospects have heard you trigger them to shut down. There are right questions to ask with the right tone. What is it like? Jeremy says that prospects pick up on social cues in 7-12 seconds. Social cues are so important, they have a very primitive root but they still apply today because people get tired of it and have built walls of resistance.  Jeremy educates about neuro emotional persuasion questions that disarm the guards of prospects. You have to learn to come across detached from the sales outcome. Why not prevent objections? Jeremy says you can point out objections right away and then make a connecting question. Jeff asks Jeremy how he would carry on an open house conversation with objection. You have to slow down your cadence to cause deeper thinking. How do you build the gap from where customers are to where they want to be? How would Jeremy apply his strategies going up against other agents at a listing? When you understand the emotional side of a buyer or seller they will view you as the expert.  How does this psychology apply to Social Media postings? Jeremy goes through some call scenarios and how to neutralize conversations. People buy based on who they think can get them the best result. If they like you that is great but they have to really know and trust you. Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor)   Jeremy Miner: http://salesrevolution.pro/ Books-Jeremy Miner

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
A Simple Plan To Generate Consistent Real Estate Referral Business- EP 191

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 45:23


On today's episode, Jeff talks to Garrett Maroon, owner of Maroon Group Real Estate and host of the Serving Not Selling Podcast. He shares how he built a referral business that generates over 100 transactions per year.  Garrett's system is easy to implement, requires little money, and no cold calls yet generates consistent business no matter what the rest of the market is doing.  Tune in and follow his lead to build a solid referral business in your market. Episode Highlights: Garrett shares how initially he was against the idea of joining real-estate but then after months of exploring this field he said yes to it. Garrett's encouragement to agents is one of his favorite quotes from Charles Kettering is the only time you can't afford to fail is the last time you try. The world is different, people interact differently. Garrett explains why it is important to understand and adapt. Garrett explains how he shifted that mindset of becoming a real estate agent versus a friend. Garrett talks about the research he did on consumer psychology.  Garrett talks about the importance of building relationships even though they may not be a potential client.  If you are an agent who struggles to talk about your business, you probably should say it more often and if you are an agent who has no problem talking about yourself and your business, you probably should say it less. Consistency is everything. It's not about perfection, about consistency. “You can have the perfect post. But it doesn't matter if you're not going to follow it up with a bunch of other posts,” says Jeff. For his clients, every quarter Garrett has the same rhythm of personal touches. He shares the cadence of the quarters. You just have to think about how you can actually consistently care for people. That is how you win in the real estate industry. Garrett talks about the future generation, the millennials and how they are reluctant to answer their phones. He shares how you can get a better hold of them. Garrett explains how he has a systemic approach towards building relationships.  The old school people teach agents to abuse their various vendors, which as per Garrett is not the right way to do it.  3 Key Points: Garrett talks about his database of clients, how he started with just 40 people and how he was able to organically grow it.  Garrett shares sales pitches and how he indirectly approaches people and lets them know that he is a real-estate agent.  If you have the old school mindset, you need to change it again. You are going to get left behind. It's just not going to work, says Jeff.   Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor)   Garrett Maroon: text 804-878-2200 https://www.businessbyrelationships.com/ https://servingnotselling.buzzsprout.com/

Winged Wheel Podcast
RAYMOND ARRIVES - Oct. 30th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 67:43


With another massively successful WWP Night @ the LCA (in partnership with the Detroit Red Wings) on the books, the guys are still in the studio to talk all things Red Wings hockey, the NHL, & more. Tune in as we start with a full breakdown on the decision to suspend Michael Rasmussen 2 games after hitting Krejci in the head with his stick, how comparable it was to the Kuznetsov suspension, whether it was fair & warranted, & more (4:58). We also recap Detroit's big win over Minnesota, including Lucas Raymond breaking through for 2 goals, Husso's big game and emerging presence as Detroit's starting goalie over Nedeljkovic (so far), Erne, Kubalik & Larkin chipping in, & more (12:29). Additionally, we take a look at Detroit's loss to Boston, place in the standings, how long they have to "settle in" with Lalonde's new systems & Yzerman's new players, how much of a priority Seider & Raymond's progress is, the impact of missing Bertuzzi & Vrana, & whether we expect Detroit to remain in a playoff spot (24:55). Finally, we take a look at standings & storylines across the NHL (42:50) before recapping WWP Night & taking questions - tune in to enjoy all of that & more (and thanks for bearing with us as we recover)! #LGRW  Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Hot Stove Tickets: https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/featured-event/hot-stove-stories/

Winged Wheel Podcast
Deep Breaths ft. Ken Daniels - Oct. 26th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 73:28 Very Popular


After a rough game against the New Jersey Devils, a lot of Detroit Red Wings fans are finding themselves wondering if they should be concerned. Tune in as we discuss the impacts of Detroit's loss - how much of the poor play was influenced by the absence of Bertuzzi & Vrana, Raymond & Seider finding their games, Lalonde's new system, a team full of new players like Copp and Perron that Yzerman brought in, or other factors? Is it time to panic? (4:25) We're also joined by Ken Daniels, who gives his thoughts on the start to the season, what to expect from Hockeytown this year, some interesting perspective on Dylan Larkin's contract, & exciting news about events in Detroit (21:45)! We continue the Larkin discussion by analyzing whether his Barzal comparable will be close to the number Yzerman, Draper & Co. would be willing to offer, how free agency would treat Larkin, & how the 8th year impacts a potential deal (34:25). Finally, we take a quick look at the Husso vs. Nedeljkovic goalie battle (44:35) before discussing some news across the NHL in Vancouver, Arizona, Kessel, & lots more (49:50) - enjoy! #LGRW  Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP Hot Stove Tickets: https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/featured-event/hot-stove-stories/

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
How Real Estate Agents Can Drive Business On Tik Tok- With Glennda Baker!-EP 189

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 54:11


This week  on the Lab Coat Agents Podcast, you have the privilege of hearing an interview from The Social Genius virtual event.  Atlanta, Georgia real estate agent, now TikTok star, Glennda Blaker is the guest; She started creating TikTok videos in October 2020; With 18 months, she created over 391 videos and gained over 560,000 followers. Tune in to hear how she creates and batches content while consistently building a brand and how that brand actually generates real estate sales.   Episode Highlights: Glennda introduces herself and shares how long she has been in the business and what led up to her now crushing it on Social Media. Tristan asks Glenda about structure and how many videos it took for her to catch on to a rhythm. What about lighting and video? Tristan asks Glennda to explain what kind of agenda that she goes by creating the videos. Glennda explains what her audience is biting into and how her videographer, Denver helps her recreate stories. Jeff points out a consistency with Glennda: that she wears stars and he asks her to talk about it. Where did it start and why did it stick? What does strategy across all platforms look like? What about ROI? Jeff asks Glennda to quantify what she is doing. Advertising yourself looks way differently today than it does in the past. Glennda shares some specific examples of how her Social Media turns into business. Looking to start video? Glennda has specific encouragement for you. Credibility is built in being relatable.  Jeff asks how Glennda filters the bad clients and haters. She shares some TikTok battles she has had with people. What features are available to respond to comments?  What are winning habits and hashtags? Tristan asks Glennda, “What's next or what are her desires to accomplish next  on Social?” Do you understand the exponential reach that you have? Jeff asks Glennda to share her take on copy-catting.  How does Glennda do batching of content and how much does it equate to? Glennda shares a funny video about editing. How do you still have time to do real estate along with creating video content? Jeff asks Glennda to share her stats. Glennda talks about data on her posts and how she sorts what is working. Tristan asks what Glennda's real estate structure is. What is Glennda's gifting program?   Resources Mentioned: Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor)   Glennda: https://www.glennda.net/ https://www.tiktok.com/@glenndabaker?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/glenndabaker/  

Winged Wheel Podcast
Kubalik's Impact, Perfect PK, and Reverse Retro Debate - Oct. 23rd, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 88:37 Very Popular


In an up-and-down weekend for the Detroit Red Wings, we saw the worst and best of Hockeytown's special teams, lead protection, and play from key players. Tune in as we open by discussing the blown lead & loss in Chicago, including how Zadina, Copp, and Raymond fared, Larkin's injury scare, Nedeljkovic's performance, and more (7:23). We also break down the complete 180 against Anaheim, as Detroit blew them out at home, highlighted by yet another massive night from Dominik Kubalik, a strong performance from Ville Husso, Dylan Larkin looking no worse for wear, Perron's great shot, Chiarot the Bully, & more (27:30)! We also highlight Detroit's perfect penalty kill and iffy power play that shone against Anaheim, as well as some notable records and statistics (44:15). As the Red Wings & Adidas released their Reverse Retro jerseys, we debated whether the black and red "barber pole" jerseys suited the history of Hockeytown, what it might have been, and what jersey suppliers should do in the future (47:43). Finally, we take a look at some stories across hockey & the NHL, including turmoil in Vancouver, Connor Bedard, Arber Xhekaj, Cossa's 1st win, and lots more (59:48)! #LGRW Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP Hot Stove Tickets: https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/featured-event/hot-stove-stories/

Winged Wheel Podcast
Larkin's Heroics, Seider's Role, and Zadina's Opportunity - Oct. 19th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 75:37 Very Popular


Three games in, and Dylan Larkin has already given us what has to be one of the Plays of the Year in the NHL. Lots happening already for the Detroit Red Wings and the NHL, and we're here to break it all down! We start with a note about Jakub Vrana being away from the team indefinitely while he receives care from the NHL/NHLPA player assistance program - we wish Jakub the best and look forward to seeing him return whenever is appropriate (6:18). With Detroit being dealt their first loss at the hands of Los Angeles, we discuss the game & how it indicates a new-look Red Wings: one that doesn't quit. Tune in as we break down how the game progressed, how the likes of Elmer Soderblom, Moritz Seider, Lucas Raymond, Filip Hronek, & others performed, & what this means for Yzerman's team in Hockeytown moving forward (7:29). Of course, we discuss Dylan Larkin's "The Shift" - the incredible, heroic defensive play to save the game for Detroit by diving to stop an empty-net goal by Arvidsson (between his legs), eventually leading to Sundqvist's tying goal to send it to overtime (20:54). Next, with Bertuzzi's injury and Vrana's absence, we analyze the opportunity laid out for Filip Zadina: is this is last real chance at making the top 6 of this roster? What can we expect? Will he rise to the task? (30:30) We also cover how this impacts Kubalik, Veleno, Suter, Soderblom, & others (36:50). We also take a look at Grand Rapids, where we discuss how Simon Edvinsson has started his season in the AHL, and what Sebastian Cossa's opportunity with the Griffins means for his development (37:47). Finally, we take a look at the report of the NHL's salary cap possibly going up $4 million next season, how it affects contracts for Larkin, Bertuzzi, & Seider and Raymond, & what it means for cap crunched teams. (47:32). Finally, a look at coaches on the hot seat (56:00), a quick hint at Detroit's Reverse Retro jersey (1:02:00) and so much more - enjoy! #LGRW  Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP Hot Stove Tickets: https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/featured-event/hot-stove-stories/  

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
What Is The Why Behind Your Prospecting?-with Jonathan Spears- EP 188

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 46:55


On today's episode, Jeff is going to talk to Jonathan Spears, founder of The Spears Group from the panhandle of Florida. Today they are going to discuss some of the basics and some of the things that helped Jonathan to get to where he is today; From foreclosures to luxury real estate, Jonathan focused on the top parts of the market that were transacting and he was knowledgeable about them. Real estate is not easy and it's not going to get easier anytime soon, so listen to Jonathan's advice on how to prospect.  Tune in. Episode Highlights: At the Spears Group, Jonathan and his team serve second, third, and fourth homeowners, investor profiles and they are very fortunate to be along a white sand beach, emerald, green waters that serve such a wonderful community in the South. When we all think of the word recession, we go back to 2007, 2008, 2009 but for us, it really was 2010 when we had the BP oil spill that really threatened the quality of the beaches and Jonathan is a true product of recession. Having to figure out how to collaborate with people that were not of Jonathan's age or even collaborating with those that were close to his age but had major age gaps; that helped to set up for a lot of success in real estate for Jonathan. Jonathan always tells his agents to stay obsessed with the hot seat and stay sharp. Because when you are sharp and you have market knowledge, it doesn't matter how you look. Online real estate websites or technology tell you what's transacted and what the price point is, but they don't tell you who the people are and why they transacted. It is fundamental to all the agents to focus on is why are things transacting in the market that you are serving, says Jonathan. Direct mail is very valuable in our market because our clients aren't in our market. So, we are trying to engage them back home in their market, whether it's through direct mail or social media or through other ad campaigns, says Jonathan. It gets under Jeff's skin when he sees an agent tossing and turning in the wind. Because just a little bit of focus and a little bit of daily discipline can be the difference between providing for your family at a high level and not.  When you are struggling you feel like you have to cast that wider net, but you are actually doing a disservice to your business. When you do so and niching down and going deep on just a local community and become the digital celebrity, like the authority in the community that lifts it up rather than having to talk about real estate. This is more of a social strategy. As a real-estate agent it is important to realize that you have a routine and because you don't track it, you don't know it. So, if you are the CEO of your business and you are not tracking what you are doing, how do you actually know what is going on in your business?  As per Jonathan's business model, he wants to create more of a level field for agents. He wants an agent's business to be more predictable.  Sales is a numbers game; How many phone calls does it take to equate to a real appointment? Jonathan' would say his sales pitch to you is to be the CEO of your business.  The best piece of advice Jonathan would give to a beginner is whether you are in the mortgage industry, the real estate industry or any other industry, snuggle up next to whoever you idolize. Whoever is doing the most in your market, whoever will give you the time of day and learn from them.  When it comes to value proposition you can look at it through two ends of the spectrum as a new agent. The value proposition you could have to a customer is you know being at a great brand or brokerage that provides a certain marketing outlet. But at another end of the spectrum, where you are a successful agent on a micro basis when you prospect the value proposition that you provide needs to be in direct correlation with the value output that your customer wants to get. Know your audience and figure out what's important to them, says Jonathan. The ability to understand the whys and the market is not widely known. There is no strategy. One challenge for all agents is to listen whether you are a leader or you are an agent; dial in and try to figure out what your true value props are that are actually different, says Jonathan. Rewire and direct mail could be super effective. For Jonathan in a second home market, his customer base isn't always there and so ways to get in front of them is through direct mail. The way that we approach direct mail is kind of a litany of things. It could be a mixture of handwritten notes, direct mail, postcards, says Jonathan. Pick 200 addresses and farm them constantly. When you start seeing response from customers is when they start seeing a repetitive value proposition from you. For Jonathan it takes 6 postcards to one area before he ever gets a single call. 6 valuable direct mail pieces whether that's handwritten notes, postcards, brochures, 6 pieces before Jonathan and his team ever get a response and that's typically like one or two responses. As per Jonathan, you have to be consistent in social media. It is going to take time but imagine popping off and it happens very regularly now, and you can go into a listing appointment or put on a marketing piece that you have the capability of getting hundreds of thousands of eyeballs on your property. There is constant consumption of knowledge. We are constantly listening to podcasts or reading books, reading news articles, or scrolling social media to try to find more information. Be disciplined to apply the knowledge that you get to your business. It's your life you consume over and over and over and over. 3 Key Points: Only distressed properties were transacted at the time when Jonathan came out of school and started into real estate, and it really exposed him to pricing properties for banks or lenders or sometimes private equity groups. For a lot of us as humans, a routine is incredibly important and that is something that Jonathan mentioned that he has customized, and the approach has worked for him. As a real-estate agent knowledge of the market is probably the most important thing for an agent to focus on; it is their biggest value proposition, says Jonathan.   Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor) Jonathan Spears: https://spearsgroupfl.com/agent/jonathan-spears https://www.instagram.com/jonathanmspears/?hl=en

Winged Wheel Podcast
SODERBLOM SEASON BEGINS - Oct 16th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 76:35 Very Popular


Detroit Red Wings hockey is officially underway, and Elmer Soderblom wasted no time in making his mark! Hockeytown is officially undefeated in the Derek Lalonde era. Tune in as we cover the electric atmosphere at the Red Wings home opener in the Little Caesar's arena, starting with Elmer Söderblom's stellar play, 1st career goal in his 1st game, & how he looks like a solid NHLer next to Rasmussen & Sundqvist (5:47). We also recap the rest of the game, including a Ville Husso shutout, a Seider vs. Dach rivalry, & a nice moment with Vladimir "Vladdy" Konstantinov (13:10). We also recap their next game, complete with a stellar performance from Alex Nedeljkovic, key goals from Vrana, Larkin, Chiarot, Perron, & Kubalik, fantastic setups from Raymond & Copp, Suter coming in for Veleno, & an overall recap of how all of the new guys we just listed (plus Andrew Copp) got off to a great start (16:30). Also, Tyler Bertuzzi's rough hand injury, and what this means for his long-term future in terms of production, contract negotiations with Steve Yzerman, potential trade impacts, & how Filip Zadina may benefit from the opportunity (and where he could slot into the lineup (32:50). Finally, some NHL news including Lindy Ruff's rough night, Toronto's goalie trouble, & thoughts on Seider's A & Detroit's potential jersey ads (45:02) - all of that and more, enjoy! #LGRW  Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Winged Wheel Podcast
Opening Lineup and Atlantic Preview ft. Max Bultman and Prashanth Iyer - Oct. 13th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 98:12 Very Popular


Mere hours before the Detroit Red Wings open the 2022/2023 season at home in Hockeytown, the Winged Wheel Podcast gets together with some special guests in this content filled episode! Tune in as we open with a conversation with Prashanth Iyer about Red Wings roster decisions, Simon Edvinsson, Elmer Soderblom, Derek Lalonde, and lots more (4:30)! We also discuss the Red Wings home opener roster, which leaves Filip Zadina and Pius Suter scratched, how this affects the likes of Michael Rasmussen, Joe Veleno, & others, the "automatic" players including Larkin, Bertuzzi, Vrana, Seider, Raymond, & others, & how the lineup will change moving forward (26:30). Next, our guest spot with Max Bultman of The Athletic Detroit to talk Red Wings season predictions, special teams, players to watch, & plenty more (48:00)! Finally, our Atlantic Division preview and predictions, including where Yzerman's Red Wings will end up in the standings (1:09:10). Enjoy the show, and the return of Red Wings hockey! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

The Irish Tech News Podcast
Host in Ireland Pro Bono Partnership 2023 competition explained with Garry Connolly and Alma Sottile

The Irish Tech News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 21:05


In this podcast we chat with Garry Connolly Host In Ireland founder and Alma Sottile from Rebelleon to learn more about the Host In Ireland Pro Bono Partnership Host In Ireland are delighted to announce that we will once again run our Trailblazers - Pro Bono Partnership competition for 2023. The competition offers one-year free partnerships of Host in Ireland to two Republic of Ireland based trailblazing start-ups/scale-ups with products and services that target the digital infrastructure sector. Host in Ireland's journey began with five data hosting companies who shared a vision of ‘co-opetition'. They set aside competitive differences and came together to share the story of why Ireland makes good business sense for international companies hosting their digital assets in Europe. Over the past eight years, our partnership has grown from the original five to over 50 in 2022. The organisation has evolved Host in Ireland is now a unique community of people who have a collective interest in promoting Ireland as a centre of excellence for data-related products and services both in Ireland and globally. In 2022, we were joined by Beeyon, Rebelleon and Fuartech, all of whom benefitted from the opportunity to share in the knowledge, experience and networking opportunities that Host in Ireland is renowned for. As we look forward to 2023, we are delighted to announce that we will once again run our Trailblazers - Pro Bono Partnership competition. This competition is aimed at Republic of Ireland based start-ups/scale-ups with products and services targeting the digital infrastructure sector. Host in Ireland Pro Bono Blog https://www.hostinireland.com/post/pro-bono-partnership-with-host-in-ireland-2023 Host in Ireland Trailblazers Pro Bono 2023 Application Link https://bit.ly/3RuMpyr Alma Sottile is a Sustainability Consultant for Rebelleon, a startup based in Farringdon, London. Rebelleon's mission is to radically impact climate action and local communities. Alma's job involves supporting data centre businesses with their Net Zero ambitions, from measuring their impact using tools like LCA and carbon footprint, to implementing a company wide sustainability strategy in line with their business model. Rebelleon is on a mission to change the world. Founded in 2020, the company strives to challenge traditional ways of working and bring sustainability to the forefront of decision making within the construction and high-tech industries. Rebelleon aligns to the UK Green Building Council's five pillars of climate change, resource use, nature and biodiversity, health and wellbeing and socio-economic impact, and offers sustainability consultancy, project management and R&D services related to those. A team of graduates, along with three more senior members, ensures to bring innovation while offering realistic solutions tailored to clients' needs.

Winged Wheel Podcast
DETROIT RED WINGS SEASON PREVIEW - Oct. 10th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 124:17 Very Popular


The Detroit Red Wings 23 man roster is set, and it's time to take a look at the season ahead in Hockeytown! Buckle up and tune in for our annual, mega-episode: the 2022-2023 Detroit Red Wings Season Preview.  We start by discussing Elmer Soderblom making the cut, what it means for him to surprise Yzerman, Lalonde, & all Red Wings fans to make the team, how he beat out the like of Berggren for the spot, & what expectations are for him this season (5:47). Next, we take a look at the decision to start Simon Edvinsson in the AHL with the Grand Rapids Griffins, what this means for his development, & what he will look to focus on this year (17:00). Similarly, Sebastian Cossa was assigned to the Griffins: how will he fare with Brattstrom and Olkinuora also there, & what does his development look like (29:45)? We also break down the rest of the 23-man roster, including Joe Veleno's impressive season earning him a spot, possible line combinations, the likes of Givani Smith being waived, & everything in between (38:20)! Taking a look ahead, we start our season preview by looking at the forwards: what will Larkin & Bertuzzi do coming into contract years? Should Red Wings fans be nervous about them not having contracts? Plus, a quick update on the Larkin negotiation (43:54). How will this impact Lucas Raymond - will he suffer a sophomore slump or keep thriving (53:12)? We also break down the rest of the forwards, including major expectations for Andrew Copp, what Perron can bring to the lineup, whether Jakub Vrana can score 40 goals, how Filip Zadina needs to step up, whether Michael Rasmussen or Joe Veleno will stick at center, & lots more (56:25)! On defense, we discuss 2nd season expectation for Moritz Seider - how can Mo improve on a Calder-winning year (1:22:14)? Additionally, what does Ben Chiarot have to do to justify his contract, and how does Filip Hronek need to up his game? More on them, Maatta, and the rest of the defensive core (1:29:05) before taking a look at Ville Husso & Alex Nedeljkovic: what can the Red Wings expect from them, and do they have enough experience to make a solid goaltending tandem (1:43:53)? All of that and SO much more in this massive episode - enjoy the show! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Today in Lighting
Today in Lighting, 11 OCT 2022

Today in Lighting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 1:49


Randy discusses the $100M verdict against Philips/Signify, LCA welcomes new members, LIT Lighting Design Awards partners with Silhouette Awards, and CFO of ams OSRAM to step down in 2023.

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
Monetize Your Brand With Brendan Kane- EP 187

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 36:58


Today on the Lab Coat Agents Podcast, Jeff interviews  the author of best selling books, 1 Million Followers and Hook Point, Brendan Kane on how to find, engage, and grow your social media audience. He has helped people like Taylor Swift, Katie Perry, and Rihanna. You don't want to miss this! Episode Highlights: What is the amount of time that you have to hook someone into your content? Brendan shares the mistakes content creators make in trying to hook their audience. Where are brands failing when it comes to social media? Where do adjustments need to be made? There is a real physics to delivering a message. Brendan shares his Hook Point Formula. The days of click bait are really over...you have to earn and maintain the attention to stop the scroll. What is the actual blueprint to a successful hook point and therefore successful marketing? Most brands are connecting with less than 30% of their target audience. Why? Most brands are connecting with less than 30% of their target audience. Why? Communication = Math. There are 6 main ways that audiences interact with the world and process content. Jeff asks Brendan, “How do you best lead into videos in a way that attracts attention?” Influencers connect on a one to one basis and feel like friends. The best content creators make it an active experience. Brendan gives examples of verbal and non-verbal attention grabbing techniques. Tristan points out how the media, like the news, grabs attention. Brendan weighs in about sustainability and trust issues. What are some things that entrepreneurs should be paying attention to when they are looking to grow their influence on social media? Brendan outlines The “Common Sense” Model for brands and why it doesn't work. He then outlines his Predictive Viral Content Model that merges creative with scientific Methodology and why it does work. Where do you start with the behind the scenes research that is needed to be successful? As an example for real estate agents, what would it look like for them to “stop the Scroll”? Brendan explains how to make your content digestible for the general audience and how the algorithm prioritizes content.  Resources Mentioned: https://hookpoint.com Lab Coat Agents Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/labcoatagents Lab Coat Agents Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabCoatAgents Lab Coat Agents Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labcoatagents/   

sustainabiliME
Tradeoffs and Feedback Loops with Dr. Shelie Miller

sustainabiliME

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 26:23


Today I will be chatting with Dr. Shelie Miller, one of my amazing professors at the School for Environment and Sustainability (also known as SEAS) at the University of Michigan. Shelie will be talking about some of her various life cycle analysis studies and explaining the concept of tradeoffs as well as feedback loops. Check out all of her work here: https://seas.umich.edu/research/faculty/shelie-miller  Follow us on social media @sustainabiliME.pod

Winged Wheel Podcast
Is Edvinsson Ready? and Western Conference Preview - Oct. 6th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 77:52 Very Popular


As the Detroit Red Wings preseason starts to wrap up, there are still some major storylines to hash out. Tune in as we recap Detroit's last couple of games, highlighted by the return of Tyler Bertuzzi and what that means for Derek Lalonde's top 6 - how does this affect Larkin, Raymond, Vrana, Perron, & Copp? Also, more strong play from Elmer Soderblom and Jonatan Berggren (will they make the opening night roster?), as well as the likes of Kubalik, Andreasson, & others (6:33). Also, a focused discussion on Michael Rasmussen, who deserves accolades for his very strong play in 2022, as well as whether he could still yet play center for Detroit (16:05). Of course, the biggest story in Hockeytown is whether Simon Edvinsson is ready for the NHL yet. Tune in to hear our short & long-term analysis on Edvinsson's game & whether Detroit or Grand Rapids is best for him next, & how he's stacking up next to Albert Johansson (23:10). We also cover the Western Conference, offering our analysis & making standings predictions for the Central Division (44:58) and the Pacific Division (57:25). Tune in for all of that & more - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  WWP "Mickey Redmond" Flannels: https://www.wingedwheelpodcast.com/product-page/wwp-mickey-redmond-flannel-special-edition Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
JF HC JT Crews previews their game against LCA

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 3:04


JF HC JT Crews previews their game against LCA by Ed Lane

The Stogie Geeks Cigar Show
Brian Desind, Privada Cigar Club - SG #369

The Stogie Geeks Cigar Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 125:26


Privada Cigar Club was founded in 2017 by Brian and Ofelia Desind. It is an Orlando, Florida based premium cigar company that began with a monthly subscription model before branching into other forms of premium cigar retail. Privada Cigar Club remains the only truly RARE cigar of the month club and has since become legendary with over 18,000 monthly subscribers. In July 2020, Privada Cigar Club introduced a new venture called Limited Cigars Association, or LCA, which is the company's initiative to revive brick and mortar premium cigars shops throughout the United States by sharing limited quantities of popular products on a monthly basis. Each shop in the LCA receives a small quantity of the featured cigar that is then advertised across Privada Cigar Club's social media channels. The quantities typically sell out quickly. Follow us on Twitter: @stogiegeeks Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/stogiegeeks Instagram:  https://instagram.com/stogiegeeks Show Notes: https://stogiegeeks.com/sg369

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
"These Top 5 Things" Will Help You Grow Your Social Media Followers With Austin Armstrong

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 47:25


Can you imagine growing a TikTok channel to over 600,000 followers, you get 5 million likes, you wake up one day and you've been banned from TikTok. What do you do? Today on the podcast, Jeff talks to Austin Armstrong who grew a massive following on YouTube in 30 days. Don't miss it. Episode Highlights: Austin Armstrong has been on the podcast before talking about Google SEO and has evolved greatly since then. He is marketing and branding now too. Austin has been doing Social Media and Digital Marketing for about 17 years starting back on MySpace. Socialty Pro is a digital marketing agency that he started about 3.5 years ago. SEO education was his first content focus when he started out on TikTok. Austin saw the massive shift the TikTok was creating and realized he wanted to expand; Thankfully he is not one to put all his eggs in one basket because his TikTok account got deleted. Austin shares how many followers he has on each Social Media platform with the same repurposing of videos. Jeff asks Austin if he bought some followers and how he became so successful. Instagram and YouTube are very difficult. Austin's full time job is now to figure out the algorithm shifts, paying attention to the analytics, paying attention to what is working as well as what isn't and doubling down on what is working. Austin talks about where he started and how his funnel was functioning and how it evolved.  Do you understand what a back link is? How do you expand interest in a content topic? What if one of your accounts crashes? Are you prepared to handle that? Do you have preventative measures in place as well as a plan to recover? Jeff and Austin have great advice. Austin says, “Hire a coach, invest in yourself.”  How does monetization vary? Austin talks about videos with the same titles that have continued to bring success. They are all shorts. There is such a great opportunity! Test out interest specific titles. Every Social Media Platform is a search engine, people are just searching for information differently; Austin explains. How is searching online changing? Jeff talks about the 4 million views he has received in the last 60 days. What about location based feed? People love a sense of community. You have the opportunity to build a strategy on that.   Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor)   Austin Armstrong Schedule A Call TikTok - Austin Armstrong

Winged Wheel Podcast
Raymond Reigns and Metro Division Preview - Oct. 2nd, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 85:40 Very Popular


Beating Chicago never gets old for Detroit Red Wings fans, especially when it's filled with Seider hits and Raymond dominance. Tune in as we discuss the Red Wings' recent preseason games: the Washington game & a rant about NHL streaming (8:00), the dominant win over the Blackhawks: Moritz Seider's reverse hits & physical dominance, Lucas Raymond's incredible playmaking & goal, Larkin & Vrana also being dominant, Kubalik's weapon of a shot, Nedeljkovic & Cossa's combined shutout, Veleno's improved game, Berggren's playmaking & Hanas' noticeable game, & so much more (13:42). We also get into our first divisonal preview, taking a look at the Metropolitan Division. Tune in to hear our overview of every team & predictions on final standings for Carolina, Columbus, New Jersey, Islanders, Rangers, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, & Washington (31:30). Tune in for all of that & more - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Winged Wheel Podcast
Zadina Shines, Soderblom Surprises, and Edvinsson's Path - Sept. 29th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 74:57 Very Popular


Detroit Red Wings game action is officially underway as the NHL preseason has begun. Tune in as we discuss the biggest storylines to come out of Hockeytown! First, Filip Zadina continuing his fantastic play, contributing a great all-around game in a 6-2 win over Pittsburgh. What does this mean for Yzerman's roster decisions, Vrana, Bertuzzi, & Perron's top 6 roles, & Zadina's future (5:03)? Also, strong performances from Kubalik, Rasmussen, Brattstrom, Cossa, Jonatan Berggren, & Elmer Soderblom (11:50). Also, Elmer Soderblom's continued impressive play in Detroit's next preseason game (begging the question of whether he's already NHL ready), & strong play from Suter in a loss to Chicago (21:41). The big topic of the day: is Simon Edvinsson ready for the NHL? What has his preseason performance shown so far? Are the Grand Rapids Griffins the best bet for him to start his career? (31:56) Also, how likely is it that Elmer Soderblom (or Jonatan Berggren) cracks the roster vs. going to a stacked Griffins team (48:12)? Tune in for all of that & more - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Locked On Red Wings - Daily Podcast On The Detroit Red Wings
Red Wings Win 6-2 Over Penguins | Dominik Kubalik, Filip Zadina and Michael Rasmussen Dominate

Locked On Red Wings - Daily Podcast On The Detroit Red Wings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 39:03 Very Popular


The Detroit Red Wings played their first preseason game against a fully loaded Penguins squad and dominated. The first line of Rasmussen, Zadina and Kubalik absolutley torched the opposing team, each registering 2 points. Goalies Victor Brattstrom and Sebastian Cossa allowed just 1 goal each. Prospects Elmer Soderblom and Jonatan Berggren looked calm and collected. And, while they took way too many penalties, they prevented 9 PKs and converted on both PPs. Back at it to face the Chicago Blackhawks at LCA on Wednesday. #lgrw Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Sports Peninsula Podcast
2022/2023 Detroit Red Wings Preview

The Sports Peninsula Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 41:20


We're talking about the upcoming 2022/2023 Detroit Red Wings and how their roster may shake out in Training Camp.  We'll look at each position group and see if there may be some surprises with the roster when the puck officially drops at the LCA! 

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
How To Win The Listing With Linguistics- With Paul Ross- EP 185

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 50:17


On today's episode of the Lab Coat Agents Podcast, host Jeff talks with Paul Ross. Real estate agents, when you think about sales, do you think of yourself as a hypnotist? How often are you practicing or reading up on your neuro linguistic programming? Paul Ross has got some fascinating stories and is a master of all hypnotic and subconscious selling; Don't miss out!   Episode Highlights: Tom Cruise had played a character based on Paul Ross in the movie Magnolia. In 1987 Paul Ross stumbled onto NLP: neuro linguistic programming; Essentially, it's a technology for modeling excellence.  Paul narrates how he created the whole subtle sales system, or the subconscious sales advantage, and how it grew from there. Paul mostly focuses on real estate and mortgage people. Paul always teaches his students, whether it's sales or pick up or whatever it is, that the number one consideration you would have to have is - what state of mind do you want your prospect to be in?  Your clients or your prospects, inability to focus is your number one or number 2 biggest enemy to your sale, says Paul. Paul talks about the importance of implementing radically different things. The first radically different thing is it takes a different perspective on what sales mean. Words are powerful. Words have hypnotic effects. Words structured our consciousness. They shape our decisions, and they drive our behavior, says Paul.  For every exploration there must be a leader, for every leader there must be a student follower.  When you say something deliberately vague, the listener's unconscious mind will fill in the blank illustrations for every meaning and pick the one with  the emotional context that fits . Being different is kind of something that you will have to get used to in all facets of all business, because if you are not different nowadays, you are not going to stand out, says Jeff.   Lot of times the prospects don't know what their objections are. They just muddled and they don't want to appear stupid by saying, well, we don't understand, says Paul. Prospects often don't really believe that they can't afford something. They don't believe that they can have something. They don't believe they deserve it or are capable of claiming it when you can expand their mind past all that, expand their consciousness to embrace new possibilities about what they can own, what they can enjoy, what they can explore. You are actually doing healing work. Jeff says that through his podcast he has trained the audience because doing video for your business was different. Using social media for your business was different. Going on social media and being authentic is different because everybody just wants to follow the herd, which is delusion and everybody wants to follow their broker, which is old fashioned and those that have a differentiation mindset will say. It's not crazy, it's brilliant.   To improve your sales skills, you will have to start out with a basic knowledge first and foremost, you have to change your own belief system about what's possible. You have to look at your own beliefs around your deservingness, about your capability, about your possibility, and about your willingness. So that takes some personal transformation. Paul has a free five-part series called Invisible Influence. You can get it for free. Text the word, "compel" and send it to 411321411321, if you are outside the United States, you can use WhatsApp and text the same word "compel" to 909.741.1321.   3 Key Points: Paul explains how there is lack of focus in clients because they have too many options available to them.  As a real-estate agent the one most useful thing you can do is use pattern interrupts. Pattern interrupts are ways to take your  prospects or clients' expected way of behaving or thinking or feeling, disrupting them and then turning their mind in a different direction. Paul shares valuable tips for somebody who wants to improve their sales technique and  want to go down this path to learn more, gain more experience with this and understand how they should be articulated in order to be more effective.   Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor) https://www.speakerpaulross.com/apply https://www.linkedin.com/in/speakerpaulross/

Winged Wheel Podcast
Red Wings Training Camp Roundup - Sept. 25th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 87:15 Very Popular


The Detroit Red Wings are back on the ice, which means the Winged Wheel Podcast offseason is officially over! Tune in as we discuss the multitude of storylines in Hockeytown right now, starting with the news of Tyler Bertuzzi possibly being able to play games in Canada this season, what this means for his contract negotiations, potential trade value, & more (5:25). Also, Steve Yzerman's press conference, & what he let on about where Sebastian Cossa might play, Simon Edvinsson's chances of making the team, confidence in Filip Zadina, Copp & others' injury statuses, & more (14:40). Finally: Detroit Red Wings Training Camp. Our full summary of all of the standouts & noticeable moments, including Elmer Soderblom's impressive physical dominance (39:12), Ben Chiarot being an absolute menace (41:57), Raymond's scrimmage win over Larkin (46:34), alternate captains (48:12), Edvinsson's self-assessment & Rasmussen's position (50:38), Bertuzzi's injury (55:48), Derek Lalonde's strategy (57:24), & the biggest story of the day: Filip Zadina's dominating camp (59:33). Also, some NHL news including MacKinnon's new contract, Dubas on the hot seat, Chara & Subban retiring (1:04:34) - all of that & SO much more, enjoy the show! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
What Should New Real Estate Agents Do To Get Started?- EP 184

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 47:12


On today's episode, Jeff talks with Sarah Knaver and Victoria Velazquez who did over $100 million worth of sales in 2021; They are in the top 1% of agents in the country.Victoria and Sarah talk about their journey and experience in real-estate and when they decided to scale and hire team members. Tune in. Episode Highlights: Real estate had always been in Victoria's sphere in different ways, and she always had kind of thought about doing it. She always felt like it was a career where you really got rewarded for the effort you put into it, which was very appealing to her. Victoria and Sarah talk about their career journey and how they got into real-estate.  Victoria Velazquez was an undergrad at USC where she earned a bachelor's in public policy, planning, and development with an emphasis in real estate finance. Sarah obtained her real estate license in her senior year of college while pursuing a liberal arts degree at Pepperdine University. If you are interviewing somebody that has a team, Sarah always recommends interviewing somebody that is new on the team and somebody who is more of a veteran on the team so that you can get a sense of how their growth has been. Sarah has heard from several different new members on teams or assistance to people that one of their biggest challenges with whoever they just started working for in real estate was that person was now no longer in the office and they had no sense of direction as to what to do. It is important for people to understand that if you want to be a successful real estate agent, you can be an introvert, but you can have a disadvantage to extroverts, says Jeff. Victoria didn't have a ton of clients, so she thought about anything and everything to execute for these clients. She would go above and beyond in the beginning. Sarah had always assumed that her clients were super busy. They don't have time, and they don't have  knowledge. She always thinks of ways to make the deal perfectly easy and clear for them so that they understand pros and cons and can make a decision along the way.  Mostly Victoria and Sarah have their own listings that they say are open, but they do work with other people also. If you got into the real estate business and you want your weekends off, you got into the wrong business, says Jeff. “When we are sitting with people at an open house, we try to have something to do that is productive, but also not so important that you are then not being in touch with people that you plan,” says Sarah. Finding someone good is the hardest thing, but when you find great people who are just such a good culture fan with great energy can really make a huge difference and can be net positive for the business, says Sarah. Speaking with clients and negotiating with other agents and visiting sites are probably the only three things that really, we should be doing and need to be focusing our efforts and time, says Sarah. People get into this business being like I have no schedule; I have nothing planned but we are the opposite of that. We want things to be structured, says Sarah.    3 Key Points: Victoria and Sarah talk about the differentiating factor that might be overarching them from their competition.  What about open houses? How successful are they? Sarah and Victoria describe how they are different now than they were in the beginning. Your career can look however you want it in real estate and that's what is also beautiful about this business. As per Victoria, anyone can do it. Resources Mentioned: Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor) https://www.instagram.com/victoriavelazquez/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/sarahknauer/?hl=en https://thrivii.com/  

Winged Wheel Podcast
Prospect Updates (Edvinsson, Cossa, Soderblom, Lombardi) - Sept. 18th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 63:29


The Prospect Tournament is underway, so it's time to recap some first looks at the Red Wings' future stars! Tune in as we recap the tournament so far and discuss Sebastian Cossa, his improved positioning, & hints of going pro (5:33), the play of Simon Edvinsson & how likely he is to make Detroit's opening night roster (10:55), Elmer Soderblom's soft hands and colossal size (20:00), Amadeus Lombardi's dynamic play (22:24), as well as Johansson, Hanas, Tyutyayev, & more (24:50)! Also, an update on Dylan Larkin's contract negotiation, and what's to come for Hockeytown's captain as Steve Yzerman navigates his extension, Tyler Bertuzzi's, with Moritz Seider & Lucas Raymond's contracts looming in the distance (35:25). Tune in for all of that & more, with more updates to come in future episodes - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

My Climate Journey
Startup Series: Climate Robotics

My Climate Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 56:33


Today's guest is Jason Aramburu, CEO and co-founder of Climate Robotics. Earth's soils contain 14 times more carbon dioxide than the atmosphere. To harness this natural resource, Climate Robotics is using existing technologies and converting crop residue into biochar before sequestering it deep in the ground for thousands of years. The company uses advanced robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate and automate this process. The end result allows farmers to turn waste on their fields into carbon sinks while improving the health of their soils. Jason has an extensive career focused in leveraging technology for improving agricultural productivity. His background spans from smart irrigation and soil sensoring to agricultural technology and robotics. Cody and Jason have a great discussion about Jason's background, biochar's origins as an indigenous practice dating back millennia, the chemistry of biochar, the Climate Robotics solution and his company's business model. As one of the most peer-reviewed CDR technologies, biochar is poised to make a substantial impact in carbon sequestration. In today's episode, we cover: [2:11] Jason's background and how he got involved in carbon sequestration [3:15] History of biochar as an indigenous practice [7:55] Origins of Climate Robotics [11:55] An overview of biochar [20:52] Biochar and enhanced rock weathering [24:02] History of biochar in the U.S, how it's being used today and challenges [28:36] What Climate Robotics is building [32:25] How automation fits into the company's technology [36:15] The company's business model [43:45] Carbon credits and cost relative to other sequestration methods [48:10] Funding to date and future plans [50:04] Patents and how Jason protect's the company's technology [53:06] Biochar's permanence and scalabilityGet connected: Cody's TwitterMCJ Podcast TwitterMCJ Collective Twitter*You can also reach us via email at info@mcjcollective.com, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on August 12, 2022.

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
What Real Estate Agents Should Post On Linkedin-With Judi Fox- EP 183

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 36:53


Today on the Lab Coat Agents Pocast, you are going to find out why you should not hit the breaks when it comes to LinkedIn. You don't have to be a completely different person on this platform. What should you post on LinkedIn for engagement and traction? What is the power of visibility in a hashtag? You have to give what you want to get and everyone can win. If you wish you had been on Facebook 10 years ago, it's going to be the same opportunity now with LinkedIn.  “LinkedIn is here for your whole career.” Judi might surprise you on this one!   Episode Highlights: Real Estate Agents and Business Owners aren't using LinkedIn as much as they should. What do you post? How often? How is it different from everything else you're used to on other platforms? LinkedIn loves the personal journeys of career paths. Those types of stories should be shared! Judi explains how the energy on LinkedIn has more of a together feeling than an individual. What is the cadence to post on LinkedIn? Judi shares surprising advice on how to get more traction and engagement. There is some perception that we have to spend more time on LinkedIn. Be cautious of how you respond to the perception. Should you be posting more about your business? Should you still be posting personal content? You should build your LinkedIn profile to sell you. What kind of soft call to action can you use?  Do you have a personal hashtag? Why does it matter? You don't need to constantly post for more conversation if you already have it. The profiles on LinkedIn have changed. If you haven't been on in awhile, there are new features like creator mode and spotlight. Jeff talks about the importance of personal hashtag and his exposure to it. What does it look like to create a catalog, a news feed of your own content? Should you use your website as your hashtag? Judi shares your inspiration for starting her hashtag and her suggestions on finding your own. What is the power in commenting? Free account or pro?  What is the featured section? People will convert from there. Relationships and networking matter long term on LinkedIn. How do you start?  How do you use your content and find your pattern? Can you still benefit from Clubhouse from just a once a week pattern?   Resources Mentioned: Judi Fox https://www.judifox.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/judiwfox/ Lab Coat Agents Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/labcoatagents Lab Coat Agents Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabCoatAgents Lab Coat Agents Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labcoatagents/  Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor)

Winged Wheel Podcast
Vrana's Goals and Raymond's Contract - Sept. 11th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 71:39 Very Popular


With the new season approaching, it's time to look ahead to one of the most notable Detroit Red Wings to keep an eye out for: Jakub Vrana. Tune in as we discuss what the expectations for the Czech sniper will be, what a good season will be (aside from staying healthy) for him, whether he can crack 40 goals, if he'll be playing with Larkin, Zadina, Raymond, or Copp, & more. Also, what's his future in Hockeytown? Will Yzerman look to re-sign him in 2 years or use him as trade bait? (4:38) Also, with the signing of Tim Stützle, what does this mean for Lucas Raymond's next contract? Listen in as we discuss the comparable between Raymond & Stützle, whether Lucas will also land an 8 year, $8+ million contract, how this affects Seider's next deal (as well as Bertuzzi and others), Yzerman's cap challenges, & more (23:19). Finally, some news from across the NHL & beyond, including DeKeyser's PTO, Dach's contract, Torts, & rule changes (40:48) before discussing Marco Kasper's dominant start to the year (53:12). Enjoy all of that and so much more! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Winged Wheel Podcast
BONUS EPISODE: WWP Night ft. Ken Daniels and Mickey Redmond (Apr. 9th, 2022)

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 27:18 Very Popular


BONUS EPISODE: Tune into this special offseason bonus edition of the Winged Wheel Podcast, where you can tune into an (abridged) version of the second Winged Wheel Podcast Night at the LCA featuring Ken Daniels and Mickey Redmond, in partnership with the Detroit Red Wings! Listen in as Ken & Mick regale the crowd with hockey stories and tales from their broadcasting experience, answer questions, and altogether charm the room. Apologies for the audio on this one - it'll be easier on the ears next time, and blame Brad for now! Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.

Stock Pickers
Mercado de trabalho: desemprego segue em queda livre ou esconde desafios? [Macro Pickers]

Stock Pickers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:34


Rachel de Sá, chefe de economia da Rico, e Lucas Collazo, especialista em alocação e fundos, fazem uma analise sobre desemprego e muito mais no Macro Pickers, com participação de Bráulio Borges, economista-sênior da LCA e esquisador do FGV IBRE. Envie suas perguntas no chat!

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
Thriving In A Shifting Market- with Ryan Rodenbeck-EP 182

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 44:39


On today's episode, Jeff is going to talk to Ryan Rodenbeck. This has become a common topic in the real estate world- thriving in a shifting market. How in the hell are you going to not only thrive, but how are you going to be able to keep your head above water? How are you going to be able to survive as we continue to head into recessionary times as we head into the unknown. They are also going to talk about independent brokers.  Episode Highlights: Ryan came into the real-estate business because he was an investor when he was 26-27 years old and tried to sell a property investment property.  Ryan considered himself as a good salesperson. So, he used the techniques that he had used in two properties and trained other agents to follow his approach with the leads.  Life happens and you are going to lose people. So, you always have to have a recruitment method and you have to stay focused on that or you will not grow, says Ryan. Ryan takes a lot of agents that come from teams that want to do their own thing. Then a lot of teams are universal, but a lot of the teams don't really have a pay system or a guided system for Asians to do their own thing, but Ryan does.   If you have a team with 20 to 40 agents that are almost exclusively working on your leads that are very profitable. Personally, Jeff hates leads and as a leader, he has just stayed away from that. Jeff looks for independent people who want to grow their own business. Jeff has built systems to help those people thrive.  Ryan doesn't have any ISA; they use Zillow flex.  The biggest thing with Ryan and his company is their leadership infrastructure. Ryan suggests that you don't have to invent your own technology when you can get the best in class from everyone else. The key is how you marry these technologies together. When you are working with independent tech companies who service real estate, that is all that they do and they are really freaking good at it, says Jeff. In his company Ryan has a culture committee that meets once every two months, that decides what kind of parties they are going to throw, what kind of charities they are going to represent that month. If you are a top producing agent and you are trying to lead in, grow a company, it really doesn't work. You have to put a priority, says Ryan. Post starting his business Ryan did a strategic planning, about four or five years ago, and his goal was in three years to grow to 100 agents at a time.  Jeff asks agents to hire good mentors because not only are they going to lift you up in the bad times, but they are also going to be that inspiration. They are going to guide you. They are going to use their experience to help you not make the same mistakes that they did. That's the key.  If you have a listing, you have to work for it, says Ryan. Ryan says that as a real estate agent it is important how you are marketing your home. How were you talking to buyers? How are you setting expectations? Number of things can happen at any point in Austin. It's going to drive demand like just two days ago Apple announced they are going to build 600,000 square feet of office, says Ryan. If you want to time the market, we have to have these talking points, this information in this data to be able to teach our agents how to handle unreasonable objections. Ryan says as a real-estate agent make sure that you are watching and listening to other podcasts.  If you are incapable of generating your own leads to your spirit influence or through the raw force of nature's open house, then you need to join a brokerage or team that will provide it to you into those skills until those skills are earned or adapted, says Ryan. 3 Key Points: Ryan talks about his journey and how in 2015, he became a top producing agent and decided to hire a team and become a real brokerage Ryan and Jeff talk about culture, and they say that as a real estate agent that is something that you can have it whether you are in a big box, you ran into your small shop, it doesn't matter it's all kind of dependent upon the leadership and it's somewhat cliche. Jeff explains why as a real estate agent you need to be working on dialing in your sales skills.     Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor) Street Text (sponsor) Ryan Rodenbeck: https://www.realtyhack.com/ https://www.spyglassrealty.com/ https://www.youtube.com/realtyhack

Winged Wheel Podcast
Larkin and Bertuzzi Contract Speculation - Sept. 4th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 81:49 Very Popular


With the summer wrapping up and Dylan Larkin & Tyler Bertuzzi entering the final years of their contracts, it's time to start wondering what might become of the pending UFAs in Detroit! Tune in as we start by discussing what Dylan Larkin's next contract might look like, the likelihood of him staying in Hockeytown vs. the far-out possibilities of Steve Yzerman considering a trade or waiting him out to the bitter end, the importance of the captain in Detroit, our contract predictions, & more (6:25)! Next, Tyler Bertuzzi: a wildcard. Is he likely to be signed vs. traded or waited out to next summer? How long of a contract would he get? What kind of money is he expecting? How does he compare to Copp, Perron, or others? All of that & more (including predictions) about the most interesting contract on Detroit (27:00). Also, discussion on how the increasing cap may affect the NHL and benefit the Red Wings, as Yzerman is looking to re-sign Seider & Raymond soon (51:28), J.T. Miller, Tage Thompson, Sam Gagner, & Evgeny Svechnikov signings (56:50), prospect news about Buchelnikov & Cossa (1:03:25), & lots more - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.  Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP

Lab Coat Agents Podcast
Increase Your Average Sales Price, With Help From Luxury Specialist-with Michael LaFido-EP 181

Lab Coat Agents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 53:09


On today's episode, Jeff is talking to Michael LaFido, a luxury specialist who has a platform where he teaches. He flies all over the country and speaks. What does it mean to think like a marketer? What limiting beliefs do you have that you need to let go of to move to the next level? Tune in now.   Episode Highlights: Michael LaFido talks about his podcast, luxurylisting. Jeff asks Michael to tell his story and how he got into the business and to where he is now.  He used to be a highschool P.E. teacher and football coach. He shares the unlikely way he got into part-time real estate and launched his speaking career. He started creating products to educate.  In 2016, Michael launched his luxury designation.  Jeff asks Michael to share about his career as a P.E. teacher. How do you leverage a brand to help get you out of the gates? How do you become a top producing agent while working another job? Michael shares his experience. Micheal shares the lightbulb moment when he started to shift to luxury. Mailers with obnoxious funny letters? Jeff and Michael discuss the ins and outs of his strategy and how others told him they were cheesy and wouldn't work.  When you grow your knowledge, you will grow your confidence.  Who are you hanging out with? Why does it matter and how does it influence you? Jeff talks about how Michael's journey debunks a lot of things agents think and say. How does an agent who feels boring or like they don't have a good story?  How do you continue to work on yourself? Michael goes through some role-play scenarios and how he processes them. Jeff asks how to reply to a listing agent who objects to someone else sharing their listing? Michael shares a story about his intern and re-posting listings. A few months ago, Tyler Hassman was on this podcast. He is a TikTok guide and hoes to listings and creates content; He has created a bigger business in one year than many have in 20; Check it out on Episode  #165. What is your story? How do you leverage it and how does it work within a team? Michael talks about how they use Social Media platforms to attract more luxury. How will people in the luxury market analyze you? A lot of people think you have to look a certain away and play a certain part in luxury. Is it true? How do you crack into luxury? It can be an uphill battle unless you're going to think outside the box and be up front. Michael gives great advice.   3 Key Points: How can agents think more like a marketer than a real estate agent? Michael explains the importance and how it led him to success. There are many limiting beliefs that many agents or brokers think- you have to be with a certain brand, have to be license a certain amount of years , live a certain place, drive a nice car, etc. etc. How do you break the mindset? Lean into your authenticity and grow your knowledge to grow your confidence. Michael advises this is much more important than the superficial things that agents get caught in. Resources Mentioned:  Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram  Jeff Pfitzer   | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Chime (Sponsor) Z buyer (sponsor)   Michael LaFido https://marketingluxurygroup.com/ https://luxurylistingspecialist.com/ https://luxurylisting.podbean.com/ michael@marketingluxurygroup.com https://www.youtube.com/c/Marketingluxurygroup

Winged Wheel Podcast
KEN DANIELS: Offseason Update - Aug. 14th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 77:55 Very Popular


We're excited to be joined by Ken Daniels, Detroit Red Wings Lead Announcer on Bally Sports Detroit, as well as Prashanth Iyer! We start by discussing the Wings Money on the Board campaign, and a very special announcement about WWP Night @ the LCA, in partnership with the Detroit Red Wings (4:30)! We move on to discuss Yzerman's offseason moves in free agency with Chiarot, Copp, & others coming in, projections for Seider, Raymond, Larkin, Bertuzzi, & others, draft & prospect talk, & Ken Daniels offering insights into announcing alongside Mickey Redmond for the Detroit Red Wings (12:00). After the interview, we go over the recent signing of Jake Walman & what it means for his future & Hockeytown's blue line (41:56). Also, a prospect & World Junior Championship update on Buchelnikov, Edvinsson, Cossa, Niederbach, & others, evolving into a conversation on Sebastian Cossa's development path & next steps (50:05). Finally, some more chaotic news out of Vegas & Carolina (1:01:15) - all that & lots more, tune in & enjoy!  Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. 

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 9, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 161:41 Very Popular


Maz properly eulogizes Olivia Newton-John, RIP Lamont Dozier, Pete Davidson's trauma therapy, Ezra Miller arrested, Alex Jones' revenge porn, The Los Angeles Sports Band, and we talk to Dr. Disgusto who has been attacking politicians (allegedly).RIP Motown legend Lamont Dozier.Taylor Swift response to 3LW's lawsuit against her.Australia is super sad that we lost Olivia Newton-John. Rita Wilson is sad. Kate Hudson is sad. TikTok is sad.Elton John needs to stop enabling Britney Spears.Fox 2 meteorologist Derek Kevra was in studio today with ML Elrick promoting LawLapalooza.Music: The Los Angeles Sports Band is Drew's new favorite Matt Farley band. Drew is in love with The Struts lately. RIP Gord Lewis.Pete Davidson is in 'trauma therapy'. Kim K is SO mad at Kanye West.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!The Donald Trump FBI Raid is leading to fantastic comment sections. What a mess.Recent Joe Biden Gaffes: That's not how you put on a jacket, Joe. Nobody is there to shake your hand, Joe.Dave Portnoy is trending. Not because he is being sued, but because of his Little League World Series hot take.Tom Brady's Bored Ape NFT is garbage and basically worthless. Ringo Starr totally understands NFTs and the Metaverse.William Devane wants you to be safe and he can take care of you.Dr. Disgusto strikes Jim Jordan... 36+ times (George Clooney is coming for you, Jim) We check in with Richard Steinle to get his defense of these egregious accusations.Former Pontiac Mayor, Deirdre Waterman, is in hot water over wasteful spending.The family that owns the LCA holdout house were totally going to fix it up.COVID: Gretchen Whitmer has the virus. People aren't getting their toddlers vaccinated for COVID.The US has a teacher shortage.There was a 26-mile-long police chase that ended with a taser.The Motown Museum gets an expansion.Four Northland Mall security guards have been charged in the 2014 death of McKenzie Cochran.Anne Heche is in a coma and may not survive her injuries.Walmart buys the Denver Broncos. Condoleezza Rice and George Lucas' wife get in on the NFL action.Ezra Miller was arrested for felony burglary.Fred Savage was BLOWN OUT by The Wonder Years reboot for inappropriate behavior with a 'young woman crew member'.Sesame Place employees have to go through the ringer because of Racist Rosita.Tom Mazawey joins the show to properly eulogize ONJ since we screwed it up yesterday. We also touch on Woodward Sports, the Big Ten's new television deal, and Billy Ocean music (for some reason).Hard Knocks kicks off tonight featuring the Detroit Lions.Marshawn Lynch got busted for DUI in Las Vegas and took the drunkest mugshot possibly ever.Alex Jones sent Roger Stone nudes of his wife.Check out Kylie Jenner's stupid lab coat.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 8, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 183:01 Very Popular


Eli Zaret promotes his book, FBI raids Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago, RIP Olivia Newton-John, comparing Woodstocks, the LCA holdout house burns down, Bill Maher v. Fatso's, Kanye kills Skete, and we talk to the Anne Heche crash hero: Mr. Manpearl.Celebrity Death Triangle: RIP Olivia Newton-John. We remember when her boyfriend "vanished". RIP T.C. in Skycrib. RIP Clu Gulager... whoever that is.Eli Zaret joins us to discuss 12-time All-Star Sue Bird, promote the Detroit Lions season of Hard Knocks, try to convince Chris Ilitch to sell the Detroit Tigers, Miguel Cabrera's backtracking, Gregory Soto's meltdown, Lou Whitaker Day, and promote his 19-year-old book.We received our awards for winning Hour Detroit's Podcast of the Year. Congrats to Mark 'Cram' Fallhower.Terrell Owens vs "Karen" continues as T.O. won't let it go. Sign the petition to punish his tormentor right here.Music: Britney's kids are #TeamJamie. Kanye West kills Skete Davidson. Roger Waters hates Joe Biden and loves China. The Gathering of the Juggalos is a peaceful event. Drew goes deep on all the Woodstocks. We even cover the long forgotten Woodstock '89.Supply Chain: There is a global paper shortage. There is a railroad labor shortage. We still have a chip shortage.That crappy house next to LCA burned down.Alex Jones' lawyers could be facing sanctions for being really bad lawyers, but Roger Stone has Alex Jones' back by asking for donations.Anne Heche was barreling down alleyways in her now famous LA car crash. $86K has been raised via GoFundMe for the resident of the house. We check in with Manpearl, the hero of the Anne Heche crash.We almost lost Ashton Kutcher.David Coverdale is just too old to rock.Fetty Wap has been arrested for threatening some dude with a gun via FaceTime. Hopefully someone will take care of his children.George Stephanopoulos doesn't care about Brittney Griner. What about Marc Fogel? What about Sarah Krivanek?Bill Maher vs fat acceptance.There are a few new safe injecting sites in California for all you drug users out there.The FBI raided Trump's home Mar-A-Lago in Florida. The Donald is upset.Kareem Hunt wants out of Cleveland.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).