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STRONG Life Podcast ep 373 brought to you by http://ZachStrength.com and https://UndergroundStrengthCoach.com I began attending Summer Strong in 2010 I believe and since then if memory serves me correctly, this is my 10th or perhaps 11th Summer Strong experience at SORINEX. I break down my visit to South Carolina and how this is one of my favorite experiences every year. Every attendee has a different experience and learns different lessons so even if you attended yourself, give a listen to see what runs through my brain when I travel to South Carolina for Summer Strong! Where is one of my favorite places to eat after a flight to the South? Visiting Donnie Thompson aka SuperD Business conversations during dinner Training at Sorinex HQ before the speakers begin How I approach and invest my time at Summer Strong Lessons from the speakers I sat down for Squatting with guys 20 years younger than me The toughest part of Summer Strong Resources Mentioned in this episode: Gladiator STRONG - 7 Day Free Trial STRONG & Lean Over 35 STRONG Over 40 Underground Strength Coach Cert SSPC Cert Underground Strength Academy
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The Full Ratchet: VC | Venture Capital | Angel Investors | Startup Investing | Fundraising | Crowdfunding | Pitch | Private E
On this special segment of The Full Ratchet, the following Investors are featured: Deena Shakir David Tisch Wes Chan & Pegah Ebrahimi Each investor illustrates a critical lesson learned about startup investing and how it's changed their approach. The host of The Full Ratchet is Nick Moran, General Partner of New Stack Ventures, a venture capital firm committed to investing in founders outside of the Bay Area. Learn more about New Stack Ventures by visiting our Website. Also, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter! Founders, are you frustrated by trying to find the ideal VC's for your stage, sector, and geography? Answer five questions with VC Rank and generate your customized list now
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The dream of owning a bourbon bar. That sounds pretty awesome doesn't it? In this episode, we get to hear Watch Hill Proper's journey. Joshua Howes and Tommy Craggs join the show to talk about the initial concept of the bar and the challenges they faced not coming from a restaurant background. We dive into the finer details of the business such as staff training, retainment, and revenue between food and beverage. But for us whiskey geeks, we talk about building a collection of unicorns that are proudly on display but also available by the pour. Show Notes: Above the Char with Fred Minnick (@fredminnick) talks about why Maker's Mark doesn't use age statements. How did you get into bourbon and what's your bourbon journey? Did you know what the concept of the bar was going to be before you started? What challenges did you face since you don't come from a restaurant background? How did you come to the design and the feel of the space? What percentage of your revenue is food vs beverage? How did you procure the unicorns in the collection? How do you train the staff on how to be knowledgable on all the whiskeys? What was your business plan and how many drinks you have to sell to keep the doors open? Can you talk about how membership communication backfired? How did the name Watch Hill Proper come to be? Support this podcast on Patreon
How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Today's Episode features Dedee Boring As a self-storage and multifamily investor, deal sponsor, and commercial real estate investor, Dedee Boring is dedicated to building wealth through strategic investments. Dedee is also the founder of the Women in Multifamily Association, connecting women in the industry and fostering collaboration. -------------------------------------------------------------- Starting a Networking Group [00:00:00] Challenges in Multifamily Investing [00:01:13] Lessons Learned in Partnerships [00:05:17] Networking for Women in Multifamily and Storage [00:08:02] Starting a Women's Group in Multifamily [00:10:48] Empowering Women to Invest in Real Estate [00:13:45] Starting a Women's Multifamily Networking Group [00:16:18] Challenges in Multifamily Investing and Pivoting to Self-Storage [00:17:03] Approaching Building a New Team for Storage Investments [00:19:11] -------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Dedee: Web: https://boringandco.com/ Connect with Sam: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HowtoscaleCRE/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samwilsonhowtoscalecre/ Email me → email@example.com SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A RATING. Listen to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Investing with Sam Wilson Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-scale-commercial-real-estate/id1539979234 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4m0NWYzSvznEIjRBFtCgEL?si=e10d8e039b99475f -------------------------------------------------------------- Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Dedee Boring(00:00:00) - I started a networking group here in Austin. It was supposed to be women in multi-family Austin. Um, but then, and the reason it was I started going to these different, um, events and noticing that maybe there would be one woman on a panel and maybe one speaker, but for the most part it was 90% men, 10% women. And then looking out in the crowd thinking, what did they just not come today? Or where, where are girls at? Um, and so I just thought, well, maybe I know that there's some really great women out there. Let's start this little networking group and see what we get. Welcome Intro (00:00:35) - To the How to Scale commercial real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Sam Wilson (00:00:48) - Dedee Boring is a self-storage and multi-family investor, and she's dedicated to building wealth through strategic investments. Deedee is also the founder of the Women and Multifamily Association connecting women in the industry. Deedee, welcome to the show. Dedee Boring(00:01:02) - Thank you for having me. I appreciate being here. Sam Wilson (00:01:04) - Absolutely. The pleasure is mine. Deedee, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me where did you start? Were you now, and how did you get there? Dedee Boring(00:01:13) - Well, we've had a family business for 18 years. Um, my husband and I have worked together for that long. It's been a fun time. Um, in 2020 we sold everything we had in Midland and moved to Austin and took our business with us. Um, our children were less than excited about joining in the family business, which was advertising. So we looked for something that we would all enjoy. So, and we decided real estate was where we were gonna be. Um, we pretty much got our butts kicked in 2022. Uh, we had three deals that the interest rates just tanked and multi-family. Um, and so we fought violently for those, but it didn't, it just didn't work out. Um, and so we've decided to pivot to storage and we have partnered with, uh, some really great people, pinnacle storage properties and impacts capital. And we have a storage, we just closed on a storage facility and we're looking to close on a couple more pretty soon. So we have a storage facility in Forney, Texas, which is right outside of Dallas. Um, and it's about 75,000 square feet. Okay. Sam Wilson (00:02:21) - Okay. Very cool. Well, let's hear, let's hear this kind of, um, not transition, but, but how this evolved. So you, in 2020 you said, Hey, we're moving to Austin. Uh, you're leaving the oil fields moving to, I guess, you know, what's, what's Austin now? The tech city I guess, if you will. I don't know what Austin is. Yeah, yeah. There's Dedee Boring(00:02:38) - Austin's Hill country. It's beautiful. And w where we were living is just not very pretty. Right. And, uh, my, all of our kids graduated from high school. Our youngest one was going to school and we said, you know what? We've done our time in Midland, Texas and we're gonna go to someplace pretty and it's very pretty here. So we decided that's what we're gonna do. So while everybody else was un under quarantine, we were moving Sam Wilson (00:03:02) - . Yeah. Well there's a lot of people doing that in quarantine, uh, as well seeking, seeking a greener pasture elsewhere. That's really cool. You decided to get into real estate. What were some of the things that you feel like you did right? And then maybe we can talk a little bit about 2022 in your terms, uh, kicked your butt. So what, what were some, some things you feel like you did well there? Learning and then getting involved in commercial real estate? Dedee Boring(00:03:26) - I think we did well by getting into a mentorship program where we had people, um, encouraging us and teaching us the business. I think, um, we have, we were, we're very good at underwriting properties. We have a template that we've gotten very good at. We, we underwrote the heck out of a lot of properties before we ever put a L o I on anything, just to make sure that we knew what we were doing. So I, I think we evaluated the market as much as we could. Um, and we tried to pick partners. We thought we were, well maybe that's not something we did well, but, um, we, we thought we, we think we have networked. I, I think our, we are as a family are, we are really good at networking and getting out there and not being shy. Um, and just getting our name out. So networking, you know, the, the cliche your net worth is, your network is your net worth. So Yeah, Sam Wilson (00:04:21) - Absolutely. Absolutely. So you guys said, Hey, we're going long there in multi-family and then yeah, 2022 happened. What did that mean to you? Dedee Boring(00:04:30) - Ooh, so we got three off market deals in a row. Um, we picked some partners that we felt were pretty solid. Um, and basically we did an l o I in May and then June interest rates start going up and we had a lender pull out and then we had a whale investor pullout. And so it was just a combination of a whole bunch of things and, you know, we've been fighting, we fought valiantly for it, um, to see if we could do it, but it just, in the long run, it just didn't work out for our investors. So we pulled, um, it was better for us to lose that money, which was a lot to lose that money and, um, as painful as it was and learn those lessons. Um, and you know, the lessons learned were make sure you really know your partners. Dedee Boring(00:05:17) - I mean you're, this is a marriage for five years and make sure that they're gonna, if things go bad, that they're gonna stay. Um, cuz we learned that that's not always the case. So yeah, 2022 happened and then, you know, we had thought about being in storage for a long time and just didn't, hadn't taken that plunge. And I believe it was a god thing. I got a great email sent of a property sent to me and uh, you know, and multi-family, a 14 million project is not a big project, but in storage, that's a really big project. Um, so, um, you know, I didn't really, because multi-family was the only thing I really knew. I didn't get surprised by the price. And so I've had this whole team built up and um, we went after it and it was a, you know, owner financing great leverage, great interest rate. So it was kind of a dream that's, it was great. Sam Wilson (00:06:09) - . That's awesome. And that, was that a deal that you uncovered? Dedee Boring(00:06:13) - Yeah, um, just through my network. So again, network, network, always stay in front of people, always. You know, it's everybody's busy. So it's not even a personal thing If an, if a broker doesn't remember who you are or remember to send you that off market deal, it's top of mind and just, I think a lot of people find that it's personal and they haven't felt that connection and they probably have, it's just a matter of the, you know, the squeaky wheel thing, just always keeping in front of people. Yeah. And making sure you're heard. Sam Wilson (00:06:43) - Absolutely. It's funny, uh, you know, not funny cause there's nothing funny about this, uh, your experience there of losing your earnest money. I mean, uh, it's not a, it's not one that, um, is uncommon unfortunately, but I think there's, there's, there's some things there, some things there to learn. And I've always said that the last 10 years have really covered up a lot of potential mismatches in partnerships. They've covered up a lot of, I mean, gosh, the last decade almost, not exclusively, but you could throw a dart at a board, pick a multifamily property and you probably would've made money. And I've said, it's covered up a lot of those kind of mistakes and or things that, that could be mistakes. And I said, I keep saying this, I think that the tougher the times get, the more we're gonna see those kind of cracks in the foundation and or poorly formed general partnerships, all of those things. Sam Wilson (00:07:34) - What are, what are some, and, and we, and I say this to our investors and uh, you know, to everybody else, which is the, the, the, the thing you should be evaluating is the team, like the oh yeah, the deal is the bottom, maybe 10% of the whole, the whole shoot and match it's team market. Then the deal and the deal is only 10% maybe of that equation. So tell me, when it comes to the team, you learned some lessons the hard way the first time on the team. What did you d do differently when you started picking your storage partners? Dedee Boring(00:08:02) - So I keep saying network, network, network. I had a fabulous conversation about minions, um, with a man at a networking event for a very long time. Um, and the only thing I heard besides minions was that he was in storage, uh, that he had invested passively in storage. He wasn't even a, an active investor. Um, so when we got the deal, uh, obviously the per the seller who was also the bank on that deal wanted to know that the team that is coming in to take this deal over had experience and we did not have that. So I reached out to my network and I remembered that conversation of sitting there going, why am I here listening to this conversation? And um, and here we are and man, that guy, he's, he hooked me up. So he, we had built some trust and he felt like I was somebody he wanted to pass on to his network. Dedee Boring(00:08:53) - And he connected me with the, the guys at Pinnacle Storage Properties, um, through a series of meetings and, you know, the evaluating the property and, and we have decided that that's something that we wanna continue doing after this project. Uh, but we've worked on it to the point where we've had meetings where we come in and say, okay, this went well, this didn't go well, how could we do better in the future? And just that willingness to be able to do that and to want to do that is something that we haven't necessarily had in previous relationships. So, um, we, that was very important to us this time around that we do that. Um, I did have a really great mentor that I, her name is Kim Winland with Quatro Capital. I don't know if you've ever met her. Um, and she, well, she, right out of the gate, she's like, network as much as you can get to know all these people, it's a small world in the multi-family space, in the storage space that's even smaller. Dedee Boring(00:09:53) - Just get to know all these people. You'll figure it out who's gonna, who you wanna do business with and who you don't. And she couldn't have been more. Right. Couldn't have been. I mean, so yeah, so now I'm just trying to help others, um, with their women's group, , trying to help others understand that network. I got it. Uh, Kim Winland paid it forward for me by mentoring one-on-one for free. She didn't have to do that. Um, and so I started a networking group here in Austin. It was supposed to be women in multi-family Austin. Um, but then in the reason it was I started going to these different, um, events and noticing that maybe there would be one woman on a panel and maybe one speaker, but for the most part it was 90% men, 10% women. And then looking out in the crowd thinking where did they just not come today or where, where are girls at? Dedee Boring(00:10:48) - Um, and so I just thought, well maybe I know that there's some really great women out there. Let's start this little networking group and see what we get. Um, I had never met a female broker here I had, so, and I don't know that there is one like a Marcus Millichap, j Lll woman broker here in Austin. Um, so I looked at a property in Houston and there was this beautiful woman that's a broker there who's a unicorn cuz you know how many women brokers are. So she was kind enough to say that they would love to host a win in Houston. And then from there it just grew. So it, and now we're in Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, Austin, Denver, and we start Seattle and Raleigh next month. Sam Wilson (00:11:29) - Whoa. Whoa. That's, that's a really cool story I think for anybody looking to start a meetup group. I mean, there, there, there had, and, and you, you know, your family business of marketing and advertising and cert certain has played a role in helping you get that launched. But I mean, that's gotta be intimidating, especially coming off the heels of, you know, getting your teeth kicked in in 2022. Like it was, was there any kind of self-doubt that was like, who am I to start this? And then if so, how did you overcome it? Dedee Boring(00:12:00) - So I think women have a, they struggle, especially more than possibly men do with imposter syndrome, so Of course. Um, yeah, and I, I think that, I mean, I heard something somewhere that men need to only qualify for like 60% of a job and they'll apply for it where women want a hundred percent of the qualifications before they'll apply for it. Um, so of there is, I've never gone into this network where I was the guru or the the person that knows it all. I have always gone into it as, hey, we're here together, let's skip people that know more than we do to come in and speak and learn altogether. Yeah. And through that we're building a foundation of trust, which is what our five core values are. Our trust, identity, belonging, purpose, and thin competency. So instead of coming in and saying, I have all these storage units and I do this, and then you should trust me because I have that, which I do feel like some networks do, they, you know, they build it on their competency, which is great, uh, for them. Dedee Boring(00:12:57) - But we're, we're gonna go with help trust, uh, and build this group of women that we can all trust to collaborate with and network with. And, and because we just know that together we can do more. That's our slogan. Um, and and that's really, women love to do work together and build teams and that's just kinda how we are. So it's exactly what's happened. Um, what was a surprise from this group is after going to these towns, um, Austin's very savvy investors. Uh, they're lots of short-term rentals, lots of, um, single family flips. Austin is a group of women that really have been investing for a long time. So, but I would, as I ventured out even to Dallas and to Houston, um, I realized that there's a lot of women that don't know that how to invest or they've been, they've had generational limitations put on them. Dedee Boring(00:13:45) - Um, generational limitations being that, and you're from the south, um, that the man is the head of the household, that they control the money that, um, you know, and so I've heard story after story of women who have gotten divorced and they had nothing, no credit in their name, no, didn't, don't have a bank account. And they're starting from scratch. And so they've made a big first step of getting to the door and coming into the room to hang out with other investors and learn. But, um, that's been a, a side bonus to win is that component of empowering women to even remotely think about real estate investing. Sam Wilson (00:14:22) - That's really cool. I I love that. What were some actionable steps you took to get that launched? I mean, it's one thing to dream that up. I mean, it sound like you put a lot of thought into it, everything from your core values to what your slogan is, but I mean, finding that investor, not investor, let me rephrase that. Finding that particular avatar of person that would be a great candidate for your groups. How do you do that? Dedee Boring(00:14:50) - Well, I, I mean basically I, okay, so I used to work in children's ministry for nine years. Okay. And so, um, I used a lot of my skills from that and what I learned from there. Uh, so basically if I came up to you and I said, I need you to hang out with sixth grade boys for and teach them Jesus, teach 'em Sunday school, you would probably go , I don't think I can do that. Right? But if I said, I want you to, I feel that you're well abled and equipped to do that and I would love for you to join us and, and just see if you like it, just see if this is something you wanna do, then all of a sudden that's a lot easier, right? That's a lot easier for you to even remotely think about that possibility. So we really, we don't need these people to come to our group. We want them to, we want them to join us, we want to help them move forward. We want to grow them. So if it's, it's less of a plea of please come to my meeting, I'm more of, we really want you to come, we really want you to belong here. Sam Wilson (00:15:47) - Right, right. No, and that makes a lot of sense. But I guess even even finding those people that aren't already part of your natural network, uh, it would seem like it's not a, not a heavy lift, but, and I'm sure it, it gets to a point where it snowballs and it's much easier where people are telling people and okay, now the groups are growing more organically, but in the beginning there has to be some sort of critical mass, I would imagine. Yeah. Hey, there's five of us. There's 10 of us that are gonna get together on a regular cadence and bring somebody in that we can learn from. Was that the way it worked or did you go about it differently? Dedee Boring(00:16:18) - Absolutely. Yeah, absolutely. So we had a group of ladies in Austin that were our, I call 'em our OGs. And they, um, basically I said to them, no pressure. I would love for you to be a part of a board, a wink board to help get this started. Um, and we sat one day on one Saturday in January, we sat in my living room and we talked about all the possibilities, everything from an education program to conferences, what did we see? What was the big picture? I tend to be a small picture thinker, like my husband's a big picture thinker and we, that's how we work so well, is that I think about the next step where he thinks about this giants and, um, I have a lot of big picture thinkers as most real estate investors I feel like are, um, big picture thinkers. Dedee Boring(00:17:03) - So they, you know, they want more, they, all of us have been in different networks and paid for mentorship programs. All of, we've all gained knowledge from them, not to bash anybody. Um, but we also have seen where maybe things could be different or better. Yeah. Um, or, or how would we like to see it? Um, so we have a lot of great ideas. We just got off of a, another planning session. Um, but, uh, I mean Raleigh is because of a network that I, my mentorship program that I bought into, I had met two ladies through that, that network. Um, and Seattle's the same. So basically it's leveraging other people's network is how we're growing, right? So some people are in a network that's based out of Dallas and I'm in one that's based out of Florida. So, um, I have our, my network and core people are, is just this much. And then there's all these people that have the Dallas net network, they can go through theirs. And, um, so basically leveraging everybody's network in that board that we have is how we're, how that's working. Got Sam Wilson (00:18:03) - It. No, that make, that's really cool. I love that. And those are, those are, um, I'm probably more your big picture. I often wonder like the details, like how did somebody, and thanks for sharing that because I wonder that like how do you get from not critical mass to now, you know, opening up multiple chapters in multiple cities. And that was really super helpful there. We've got just a few minutes left here and I want to kind of circle back to our conversation on self-storage. This was a, this was something I thought of and and didn't get a chance to ask you. It's one, it's one thing to bet a sponsor, right? And to figure out, think there's enough sponsor checklist, how to beta sponsor checklist, things like that, which are very, very helpful. Um, but it's another thing for a sponsor to vet you. When that sponsor comes to you and you say, cuz and I, and I'm at, at this juncture now where, you know, people are coming to me saying, Hey, we'd love to capital raise for your next fund. Here's how this works. And I've not, I've always been that partner that's partnered with the sponsor and now I'm doing it in reverse. I'm curious, what were some of the things that the sponsor did to get to know you and make sure that you were a good fit for what it was that they were doing? Dedee Boring(00:19:11) - These guys, um, pinnacle, I don't know how to describe them more than they're just some good old Texas boys and they're salt of the earth people. Um, so for them it was just being very transparent and honest. So I, I think if I had come in and said, we're we're the best and we want a huge part of the deal and, you know, and I couldn't really back that up with my storage experience, could I, um, so being able to be very transparent on our process, um, and what we're trying to gain from it. And uh, and all the way through, uh, you know, we've have, we had some issues and hiccups of, of course, so, um, I'm the person that really talks back and forth with all of the partners in the deals. So, um, you know, two of 'em are kind of, um, real abrupt in how they communicate and one is very passive and likes to kind of dance around the subject before. Dedee Boring(00:20:06) - And so I'm the mediator that manages those communications. Um, and that, I think that's probably one of my skillsets for, for that. Um, but really it was a matter of can you handle that? Can you handle their personality and could they, cuz they could handle mine cuz I'm fairly easygoing, but could they handle, could we work with them? Do I know what it takes to get along with them and do they know what it takes to get along with me? And so it doesn't take much try to feel like I'm pretty easygoing, but I I think that there's a lot of people that are harder to get along with and these guys have a system and we respected that and we did not try to, um, probably get more than we should have gotten out of the gate, uh, because we didn't, we're learning from them. So I, we respect their authority in the space and I think that's really important to really respect that authority in the space. Sam Wilson (00:20:56) - Yeah, that's, uh, that's, that's a great, uh, absolutely great point. Deedee, this has been a lot of fun. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show today. Certainly learned a lot from you. Thank you for also taking the time just to share your kind of battle scars if you will here No problem. From launching into the commercial real estate space. It's not for the faint of heart and clearly you are not faint of heart cuz you're still doing it and uh, still doing it. Still doing it. You forged your own path. You've given us great ideas on how to start a networking and meetup group. Kind of some of the things it takes to get that you give, give us kind of real, real practical steps on how to get those, uh, started and launched as well. So again, thank you for coming on the show today. I do appreciate it If our listeners wanna get in touch with you. Yeah, absolutely. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you and learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? Dedee Boring(00:21:40) - Well, you can go to boring and co.com. Um, our last name really is boring. Um, and you can schedule a meeting with me anytime. So I don't know if I have any of my information up on the screen or with you, but boring and co.com has all of that Sam Wilson (00:21:55) - Boring and co.com. We'll make sure to put that right there in the show notes. Deedee, thank you again for coming on. I do appreciate it. Dedee Boring(00:22:01) - All right, thanks so much. Speaker 3 (00:22:03) - Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate podcast. If you can, do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, whatever platform it is you use to listen. If you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. 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Today I am in conversation with a dear friend of mine, Angie, from High School. Angie is a wife, and a mom of two boys who are in High School and Middle School. Angie's sons are very involved in sports all year around, which usually fills her schedule and keeps her busy. She is a woman who enjoys bringing people together. Angie talks with us how her community has evolved over the years- from High School, all the way to moving to a new place where she didn't know anyone and was struggling with postpartum depression. Angie's story is uplifting and inspiring. I hope this episode encourages you to embrace your evolving community. Episode Highlights: ● A day in the life of Angie● Being a busy Mama of two boys involved in sports ● Angie's early life ● The strong women in Angie's life● The grief of losing your mother ● Angie's friendships ● What Angie's community looks like now ● Struggling with postpartum depression● Joining a Mom's Group● Fragmented community● Angie's recent trip to Africa Find more on Guest:● Angie on IG @anginbend Find More on The Commons with Karla:● On IG @karla_osorno● Coaching with Karla schedule free 30 minute callThank you for listening! Please subscribe, rate and review The Commons with Karla Podcast on Apple or Spotify. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. For show notes, go to karlaosorno.com/podcast. Thanks to our Sponsor:Memory Lane Chats is the best way to record the story of your family. Knowing the story we were born into and understanding the people who came before us is powerful, beautiful, and healing. Invite your loved one to tell their stories at MemoryLaneChats.com. Stories matter and Memory Lane Chats wants to help you tell yours to future generations.
Join us in this episode as we sit down with Ran Eliasaf, founder and Managing Partner of the Northwind Group, a real estate private equity firm. Ran shares his insights on Northwind's resilience during these challenging times, their recent fund, and how you can progress your career in real estate. With over $3 billion worth of real estate development, acquisition, and financing under his belt, Ran's expertise in the field is unparalleled. Discover how Northwind's lending platform has enabled them to adapt to market changes and their strategy for investing in healthcare and senior living opportunities. Don't miss this engaging conversation with a true leader in the industry.To contact Ran Eliasaf's team at Northwind Group, email firstname.lastname@example.orgShow Highlights: ✅ Who is Ran? 00:00 - 3:26 ✅ Banking sector ✅ Debt market ✅ Prospects for multifamily ✅ Assisted and senior living ✅ Office market ✅ Helping people ✅ Book recommendation ✅ Habits ✅ Best piece of advice ✅ Biggest pride ✅ Ways to contact Ran
The Long Game Podcast with Sandra Scaiano
In this episode, we're exploring the tools used by one of the biggest theme parks, Universal Studios. By studying their systems and processes, we can learn how to use the same tools in our own businesses and play the long game like a pro. Here are some of the things Universal Studies does right to make sure their park is a success and guests enjoy every step of their experience: Plan - Before any construction took place, not only did they plan the park layout, but they also considered where the guests would line up for rides, and where they'd get in and out. Before each ride, as the guest gets closer, they placed different elements to build anticipation and expectations. As they exit the ride, they made the guests exit through a gift shop, enticing them to make more purchases. Leverage automation - Many of the rides are automated and timed perfectly so that while the guests are waiting, their anticipation and excitement increases. They also use biometrics for ticketing. Not only does this prevent ticket sharing, but the guests go through the lines much faster and smoother. Be creative and innovative - There are many gift shops around Universal, and yes, they have the standard collectibles and fun items for each franchise, but they also sell high quality, useful items, like backpacks. They had a limited-edition Marge Simpson backpack made with Hershel, and I bought this not only because of the brand, but also because I was able to use it while we were going around the park. “It's good to notice the processes that the big guys utilize, and to know that you have the power to incorporate the same successful concepts into your own business.” -Sandra Scaiano By studying the proven methods of Universal Studios, you can unlock a treasure trove of insights and strategies that you can apply to your own business. From streamlining your processes to leveraging innovative technology, there's a lot to learn from these successful companies. Don't be intimidated by their size or resources; instead, use them as inspiration to take your own game to the next level. Remember, playing the long game is about consistent growth and improvement, and by adding these tools to your toolbox, you're setting yourself up for success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ashley shares mindset shifts she has experienced in parenting her children with extra challenges and big emotions and shares how mindset shifts can bring us joy and appreciation, despite - or rather because of the challenges. - - - Tired of walking on eggshells, waiting for your kid's next meltdown? Want to become a mother who is confident in parenting a big-emotions kid, and know how to effectively nurture an emotionally regulated family? Then come check out the Confidently Momming Membership at http://enlighteningmotherhood.com/confident. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/enlighteningmotherhood/message
***NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN – EXPLICIT LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT*** On this episode, Adam gets the full trip report from Nolan and Wardo after their recent adventure chasing big black bears around the inlets and estuaries of Northern Vancouver Island. If there's anything to take away from this hunt, it's never get in a boat with these landlubbers. @nmo @hardyardsperformance --------------------------- DEALS & OFFERS: Get 10% off everything in the ARGALI Outdoors shop by using code BTK at checkout. Follow a program that actually performs in the mountains, not just on social media. The BTK Mountain Hunter training program will build the strength, durability, grit, and endurance you need to handle multi-day hunts. Need boots? Check out the full CRISPI line-up at www.crispius.com to find a model that suits your hunting style and terrain. Looking for a pack that will stand up to the rigors of backcountry hunting, heavy loads, and keep performing season after season? Check out the full MYSTERY RANCH line-up and find a pack that suits your needs. --------------------------- SUPPORT WILD SHEEP: Go to Wild Sheep Foundation to find a membership option that suits your budget and commitment to wild sheep. --------------------------- SUPPORT MOUNTAIN GOATS: Go to Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance to find a membership option that suits your budget and commitment to conserving mountain goats and their habitat.
Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley
In this episode of the Selling with Love podcast, Jason Marc Campbell explores the importance of compassion in sales, especially when things don't go as planned. He shares his own experiences with various companies, highlighting the difference between compassionate cancellation policies and those that leave customers frustrated. Jason also discusses the ripple effect of customer-focused policies and how they can transform unhappy clients into raving fans. Don't miss this insightful conversation on the power of love-driven sales and how it can create lifelong customers, even when the sale isn't initially successful. Never Struggle With Sales Again: Identify, Attract and Close your Ideal Clients FREE MINI-COURSE
Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska
Richard Dickman and his brother teach themselves how to fly WHILE FLYING, and Ryan learns how background checks work in Alaska.
Today Lo is joined by Tammin Sursok and Roxy Manning for a very special mother's day episode to celebrate the women who have shaped us. Tammin is an Emmy nominated actress, producer and writer who is known for her roll as Miley Cyrus' nemesis on Hannah Montana. The actress also starred in Pretty Little Liars and has been in the industry since she was a little kid. She opens up about the struggles she's faced in Hollywood and how she has navigated being in the industry for over a decade. Roxy Manning is a host, author and pop culture expert who has interviewed everyone from Leonardo DiCaprio to Kim Kardashian. Today she shares a strange phobia she has on the pod and also speaks candidly about the mommy shaming she's experienced on social media. The two kweens share their parenting mistakes and life lessons learned along the way Buckle up for this one puta...you're in for an entertaining ride on this one. Question Of The Week: Who is your DREAM ARTIST to see in concert? You are getting a backstage pass and a front row seat. Who would you choose to see? Please drop your answer in the review section of Apple Podcast. Want more Lo Life? Join the cult...this is good cult though! the official Lo Life Facebook Group HERE Please rate, follow and leave a review to keep this hot mess express going strong. Follow your host Lo on Instagram @stylelvr and make sure to drink some water puta... we know you're thirsty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Savannah Guthrie one on one with E. Jean Carroll reacting to the verdict in her case against former President Donald Trump. Also, Dr. Natalie Azar in studio 1A to explain everything you need to know about the new changes on mammogram guidelines. Plus, ahead of Mother's Day, Jenna Bush Hager, Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie share the valuable lessons learned from their moms. And, the Stallone family in studio 1A to talk about their new docu-series “The Family Stallone.”
Heart-Centered Wedding Photographer
Hi, Heart-Centered Wedding Photographers! I'm Erica Leman, your go-to photography business coach. In this episode, we cover the 9 lessons I learned from my first year of being a full-time wedding photographer.Click here to learn more about The Business Accelerator: a self-paced educational course that teaches womxn wedding photographers how to confidently raise their rates and consistently book dream clients though giving wedding photographers the tools to more deeply understand profitability, client experience, marketing, and systems. Designed for wedding photographers by a wedding photographer - me! If you are new here, please subscribe to the podcast. That's the best way to be on top of all of my upcoming content! A little bit about me: I'm Erica! I'm a business coach, but I also hold an MBA, and am a wedding photographer myself (13+ years, baby). I'm not the photography business coach that will make you learn Facebook ads or require that you pressure clients to book with you on a consultation call (the ick, am I right?), but I am the coach that will help you increase your confidence and upgrade your business know-how. Because we work together on adjusting your business to honor both you and your clients' personhood, it's only natural that growth and success follow right behind. Just like humans, business is spiritual, emotional, and political. When we understand how to honor it all within our business model, we upgrade our quality of life, our clients' experience with us, the wedding industry, and the world, as a whole. ✨ Connect with me on Instagram: @heyericaleman www.ericaleman.co
From MD to Entrepreneur with Dr. Pranay Parikh
Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, has been writing annual letters to shareholders since 1997. These letters provide a unique insight into his thoughts on Amazon's successes and failures and his vision for the future. They also offer valuable advice to entrepreneurs and business leaders looking to build their own successful businesses. Join this conversation where a business analyst, Steve Anderson, unlocks the key lessons, mindset, principles, and steps Bezos used and continues to use to make Amazon the massive success it is today.Steve Anderson, M.A., is a trusted authority on Risk, Technology, Productivity, and Innovation and has over 35 years of experience in the insurance industry. He holds a master's degree in Insurance Law. Anderson is a professional speaker, consultant, and “futurist.” From business management systems to social media, Steve analyzes what's happening now and explains its implications for the future. His speaking portfolio includes presentations on the future of technology, how businesses can leverage the online world, and how any business can assess and use strategic risk to its advantage. He was chosen to be one of the original 150 “thought leaders/influencers” on LinkedIn and has over 340,000 followers. Steve currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee. In this podcast episode, we talk all about Jeff Bezos, how he was able to be so successful, and tips & tricks we can take from Amazon for our own businesses.Key Highlights from the Show[00:01] Episode intro and a quick bio of the guest, Steve Anderson[02:13] Steve's backstory and how he got interested in Amazon[06:21] Jeff Bezos' obsessions with writing things and how he structures his meetings[12:09] How to train a new employee in the culture of memo writing in your business[15:08] Examples of places you can find well-written memos[17:41] The power of writing[19:34] What can be applicable in other businesses from Jeff Bezos' letters[28:48] How you can approach expenses as opportunities like Jeff Bezos[33:06] Speculations on what Jeff Bezos wishes to have put more resources in hisentrepreneurship journey[36:08] Best ways to reach out and connect with Steve AndersonNotable Quotes● Even if you are not good at something, you gain skills and get better by just doing it.[17:16]● Sometimes you only know your thoughts once you write them out. [17:44]● Amazon is the best place for an employee to fail. [20:56]● The problem with most companies is that when they become successful, that is theirbiggest risk because they start getting complacent. [23:15]Steve's Book & Other Resources Mentioned1. The Bezos Letters: 14 Principles to Grow Your Business Like Amazonby SteveAnderson:https://www.amazon.com/Bezos-Letters-Principles-Business-Amazon/dp/16427933292. Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott:https://www.amazon.com/Bird-Some-Instructions-Writing-Life/dp/0385480016Connect With Steve AndersonWebsite: https://thebezosletters.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevetn/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/steveanderson/Twitter: https://twitter.com/stevetnFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/SteveAndersonNetwork/Thank you for listening to FROM MD To Entrepreneur PodcastTune in every Wednesday, 5 AM PST. Follow Us on our socials Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/frommdpodcast/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/from-md-to-entrepreneur/ Website - https://www.frommd.com/episodes/
The Tax Sale Podcast - Investing in Tax Deeds & Tax Liens
Over the last 20+ years as a Tax Sale Investor and more than a decade training others I've learned countless lessons! These are all things that changed how I viewed and operated my Tax Sale business. Hopefully, you can leverage my experience and these lessons to help propel you to the Tax Sale success you desire. ⬇️ Helpful Resources ⬇️ Join The Tax Sale Academy here: http://TaxSaleAcademy.com/join State Guide: http://TaxSaleAcademy.com/state-guide Get your FREE copy of Tax Sale Playbook by going to: http://TaxSaleAcademy.com Listen to podcasts? Take us on the go at http://TaxSalePodcast.com ------------------------------ Let's Connect! http://CaseyDenman.com Connect on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/caseydenman/ Follow us on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/TheTaxSaleAcademy Follow Me on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/caseydenman
Event Gems by The Diamond Butterfly
Looking to build a strong community around your brand but don't know where to start? In this episode I share my insights and lessons learned on how to create a bomb AF community that resonates with your target. You'll learn about the essential elements of building a successful community, from understanding your brand's core values, mission, and vision to fostering trust, communication, collaboration, and shared values. Join me as we explore successful communities like TEDx and Apple and discover how you too can create a safe, inclusive, and supportive environment for your people.About Natasha Wright Natasha Wright is the host of The Event Gems Podcast and the owner of The Diamond Butterfly Agency (TDB), a full-service event production & management company that provides in-person, virtual, and hybrid event experiences. TDB believes intentionally curated spaces can become cultural & social drivers for positive change. Connect with The Diamond Butterfly AgencyFollow Event Gems on Instagram Planning An Event? Schedule Your Consultation Here
We talk a lot about the five phases of an M&A deal: the letter of intent (LOI), due diligence, the definitive agreements, closing, and post-closing. Each of these phases makes up the M&A process, and each serves a very important purpose. In this episode, we share what can happen when you stray away from this process and how to avoid these mistakes. Visit our website www.byrdadatto.com to learn more and to subscribe to the ByrdAdatto newsletter. Follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on the ByrdAdatto family. Finally, subscribe to our YouTube channel for short videos on breaking developments and interesting business and health care compliance topics. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ByrdAdatto/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ByrdAdatto Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/byrdadattolaw/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/byrdadatto YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6VSOw0W5lrrj4iIl1HxTbg
On this week's episode of the Lessons Learned for Vets podcast, we are pausing our traditional format to bring you an episode focused solely on nonverbal communication. Did you know that only 7% of how you communicate with the world is from the words that come out of your mouth? This means that 93% of how you engage with the world is through nonverbal communication. This term includes your grooming and how you're dressed, your body language and your tone of voice. People make impressions of you quickly. Your professional image is so much more than what you wear. It's a head-to-toe consideration, and it can be powerful. Consider that you make a first impression in the first 7 seconds of meeting someone. It will take 7 more meetings to erase a bad first impression. Whether you think that statement is fair or unfair, right or wrong – it's just true. Managing your image is an art form, and it takes planning how you look and act to get the desired reaction. This applies to in-person and video interviews, networking situations, social media videos you share of yourself and even phone interviews. If the only factor in landing a job was your qualifications, people would be hired based on resume alone. The resume gets you an interview. The interview itself is based on how the interviewer feels about you. There are 5 key factors to your image: Impression, Movement, Attitude, Grooming, Etiquette. Your image – the way you present yourself to the world – is always within your control. Let's unpack the differences between verbal and nonverbal cues that influence how you are perceived. Verbal cues include language and your tone of voice. It's the attitude you project when you speak. It's your rate of speech and your enunciation. Your nonverbal cues are your overall appearance, your posture, your facial expressions, your clothing and your hair. Studies show that people notice a person's shoes and their fingernails right away. A positive image is the result of careful planning, preparation and an honest assessment of your image. Remember that 93% of how you engage with the world is through nonverbal communication. 55% of this is through body language and 38% is through tone of voice.The way you dress communicates volumes. What people see on the outside reflects how they perceive you on the inside. Your dress is an indicator of your confidence, your organizational skills, your soundness of judgement and your reliability. Dress for the position for which you are interviewing and dress one step above how you would go to work every day. If you have no idea how people dress at the organization for which you are interviewing, do some reconnaissance. Learn about the company culture, do some informational interviews internally or even park outside when people get off work to see how they are dressed. Dress conservatively for the interview. At the end of the day, you don't want them to remember what you wore. You want them to remember you as a candidate. To go from wanting something to having something, you must do something. You have complete control over your nonverbal communication. Subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://tinyurl.com/llforvets22. You can connect with Lori on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorinorris/SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A FIVE-STAR REVIEW and share this with other veterans who might need help as they transition from the military!
About or guest today, Dr. Kerry Frommer Fierstein is Chief Executive Officer of Allied Physicians Group, a primary care physician led group with over 30 locations throughout the New York metropolitan area. Dr. Fierstein is also Chief Executive Officer of Adjuvant.Health, a premier Managed Services Organization . They are now part of the CareAbout Family and Ascend Partners. Allied Physician Group and Adjuvant.Health Support the showPlease subscribe to our podcast on apple or amazon and give us a great review. You can make suggestions for guests and topics on our website below. Thanks for listening. Follow us on social media YouTube, Instagram, WebPage The Pediatric Lounge - A Podcast taking you behind the door of the Physician's Lounge to get a deeper insight into what docs are talking about today, from the clinically profound to the wonderfully routine...and everything in between. The conversations are not intended as medical advice and the opinions expressed are solely those of the host and guest.
Antjuan Seawright is a veteran political strategiest, founder of Blueprint Strategy, & political contributor to CBS News. In this conversation, he talks growing up with roots in rural South Carolina, early lessons from mentors Congressman Jim Clyburn and DNC Chair Jamie Harrison, the work he's done with the DNC, DSCC, & DCCC...and his best practices and insight on how candidates, campaigns, and organizations can most effectively communicate with Black voters. (To donate to support The Pro Politics Podcast, you may use this venmo link or inquire by email at email@example.com)IN THIS EPISODE….Antjuan's roots as a son of the South, growing up in South Carolina…The difference between change and progress…Antjuan's 5th grade introduction to politics…The “transformational” experience in the Congressional Black Caucus political bootcamp…Antjuan speaks to the role the CBC plays in our political system…Antjuan's insight as to how longtime South Carolina Fritz Hollings set the stage for Joe Biden's success in the state in 2020…Antjuan talks lessons learned from his mentor, Congressman Jim Clyburn…The story behind the Clyburn 2020 Biden endorsement…The direct correlation between yoga and Jim Clyburn…Antjuan breaks down the strengths of DNC Chair Jamie Harrison…How Antjuan started his firm, Blueprint Strategies…The Antjuan Seawright 101 on how campaigns should engage with Black voters..Antjuan on the GOP's evolving tactics regarding Black voters…Lessons he's learned about being an effective communicator as a CBS Political Commentator…Antjuan talks the impact of his weekly radio partner, Rev. Al Sharpton…Antjuan remembers advice from the late Congressman John Lewis…Antjuan's early thoughts heading into the 2024 election cycle…AND alley oops, Heyward Bannister, John Fetterman, Friday snacks, Kamala Harris, Jamie Harrison, high-touch campaigns, Darrell Jackson, Hakeem Jeffries, Doug Jones, Kiki's Chicken and Waffles, John Lewis, Barack Obama, Omega men, political deployment papers, Cedric Richmond, the school of hard knocks, Josh Shapiro, South Carolina State University, Sunrise Communication, survival votes, TV lawyers, TWAs, tectonic plates, Bennie Thompson, Herschel Walker, Raphael Warnock & more!
Men Doing the Work, by Alpha Rising Menswork
I can't believe we're already at 100 episodes!! Doesn't seem like it's been that long but here we are. In this episode I share my reflections on the past almost year of doing this show, share some of the lessons learned, and also share some of the personal highlights of the past year of doing this!I even share some personal details that haven't been aired on here before.Enjoy, and we'll see you next Tuesday for the start of Season 2!Are you ready to step up and join one of our groups or dive in on some private 1-1 support? Let's connect and discuss whether one of our programs would be a good fit for you!www.calendly.com/alpharising/intro You can find links to all of our free downloadable workbooks and resources here:https://linktr.ee/alpharisingIf you're enjoying this conversation and want to see more regular content on these topics check out our instagram page:www.instagram.com/alpharising.mensworkYou can also join our free community on Facebook here for our free men's group breathwork events:www.facebook.com/groups/alpharising
I just returned from fishing the 2nd stop on the 2023 LBAA Women's Pro Bass Tour schedule, the beautiful Lake Chatuge in the North Georgia Mountains. Breathtaking views, crystal clear water, and some of the friendliest people you'll ever meet. This was my 1st time fishing a lake with Blueback Herring, a baitfish similar to shad but some differences, including color and behavior. As I look back at the week, I learned more about bass fishing than I have in any other tournament I've fished. Hear all about it in this week's episode! Mentioned in this Episode: Lady Bass Anglers Association Visit Lake Chatuge Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds Helen, GA Truman Lake Day One Episode Truman Lake Day Two Episode Support Our Partners! Full Episode Notes Available at thewomanangler.com/288 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Singer, musician, songwriter and author Judith Holofernes (of German band “Wir Sind Helden”) talks about achieving – and then quitting - her dream life of a rock star in order to heal from burnout and reinvent herself. Judith shares the biggest lesson she learned on her fascinating journey, and also talks about growing up with her lesbian mom in a small town in Germany. Judith shares mama Cornelia's lessons on tolerance, openness, curiosity and willingness to learn, and keeping a wide view on politics and history. Judith also talks about motherhood, entertainment industry, writing, life in Berlin, and ADHD. You can visit Judith on her Patrion, or follow her on Instagram. To subscribe to Ana's new "Mama Loves…” newsletter, please go here. To learn more about "Thank You, mama" creative writing workshop, visit here. To contact Ana, to be a guest, or suggest a guest, please send your mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org For more about “Thank You, Mama", please visit: http://www.thankyoumama.net To connect with Ana on social media: https://www.instagram.com/anatajder/ https://www.facebook.com/ana.tajder https://www.linkedin.com/in/anatajder/ https://twitter.com/tajder
6 Figure Teacher with Tiffany Wallace
Hello Gorgeous! Today, I'm giving you the story, the details, the reflections and ALL the lessons learned from a recent brand photoshoot I did- my evolution and growth over the past three years with this and I'm giving you a very important lesson I learned from this experience that is a self-leadership shift that will propel your business! I can't wait to hear what lands for you from this episode! xo Tiffany GET the WEALTH CODES Masterclass HERE: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/offers/dhF2PsRM 1:1 - 60 min. Power Growth Coaching Call - BOOK HERE https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/60-min-1-1-strategy-call 1:1 Coaching & Mentorship w/Tiffany: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/mentorship Learn More - Programs, Courses, Etc: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/available-offers The VAULT- All my FREEBIES for you in ONE place: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/offers/K7gJZkzc/checkout Ways to connect with Tiffany: > You can always reach out to me on IG: @tiffanygwallace or email email@example.com > Connect with us in our Well Integrated Woman FB Community - Business, Leadership & Personal Growth for Female Leaders → https://bit.ly/integrationsupportgroup Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanygwallace/ Facebook: https://bit.ly/supportwithtiffany LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tiffany-wallace-9123a2106/
Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
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learning lessons about deeply decarbonized electricity markets from around the world including optimal prices in non-convex markets, reliability insurance, and system securityFarhad Billimoria, Conleigh Byers, PhD, Ahlmahz Negash, PhD, and Paul Dockery discuss adaptation of market design for the energy transition including fat tails and increased exposure to extremes; batteries and price responsive demand; natural gas fragility and marginal pricing; and inverter-driven resources and system security. Then the team plays a new game where they synthesize expert explanations of convex vs non-convex pricing and reliability insurance. You can find the podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Share with friends that are electric utility enthusiasts, like us!05:30 - Lessons Learned on deeply decarbonized electric systems from electricity markets around the world with “Handbook on Electricity Markets” and P.L. Joskow's “From hierarchies to markets and partially back again in electricity: responding to decarbonization and security of supply goals” as background07:06 - Lesson 1: natural gas fragility and marginal pricing17:20 - Lesson 2: batteries and price responsive demand24:23 - Lesson 3: fat tails and increased exposure to extremes38:20 - Lesson 4: Inverter based grids and system security (synchronous condensers and grid inertia)48:15 - Wonky energy game synthesizing expert explanations Farhad Billimoria provides a 2 minute 20 second explanation of A reliability insurance overlay on energy-only electricity markets1; followed by the rest of the crew's interpretation Conleigh Byers, PhD, provides a 2 minute 20 second explanation of Long-run optimal pricing in electricity markets with non-convex costs2; followed by the rest of the crew's interpretation (and discussion of computational time for a solution using the Convex Hull pricing34) 1:27:36 - Ahlmahz's insightful question of the week1:32:18 - Conleigh Byers, PhD's Closing ThoughtsPublic Power Underground, for electric utility enthusiasts! Public Power Underground, it's work to watch!1 Farhad Billimoria, Rahmatallah Poudineh, Market design for resource adequacy: A reliability insurance overlay on energy-only electricity markets, Utilities Policy, Volume 60, 2019, 100935, ISSN 0957-1787, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jup.2019.100935.2 Conleigh Byers, Gabriela Hug, Long-run optimal pricing in electricity markets with non-convex costs, European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 307, Issue 1, 2023, Pages 351-363, ISSN 0377-2217, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2022.07.052.3 P. Andrianesis, D. Bertsimas, M. C. Caramanis and W. W. Hogan, "Computation of Convex Hull Prices in Electricity Markets With Non-Convexities Using Dantzig-Wolfe Decomposition," in IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol. 37, no. 4, pp. 2578-2589, July 2022, doi: 10.1109/TPWRS.2021.3122000.4 C. Byers and G. Hug, "Flexibility Compensation with Increasing Stochastic Variable Renewable Energy in Non-Convex Markets," 2022 17th International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems (PMAPS), Manchester, United Kingdom, 2022, pp. 1-6, doi: 10.1109/PMAPS53380.2022.9810627.
Get Your Goals Annual Challenge Day 128. Physical Goal Story...Storyboard To Vision Board! Do One Thing Every Day To Get What You Want! Join in every day in 2023 for a quick challenge that is all about you achieving your goals and creating the life you want! https://www.facebook.com/ThrivingSharon Ask your questions, share your wisdom! #getyourgoalschallenge #getwhatyouwant #physicalgoalstory
In this episode, I (Kat) share insights from my seven years of experience as a self-employed artist, creator, and entrepreneur. Topics covered include charging for your work, financial management, hiring an accountant, utilizing kindness in business, and networking effectively. Let me know what you want to learn about my journey in the comments! Join our community for women artists and creative entrepreneurs at www.artqueens.co Grab our new book: https://a.co/d/ewPBhZE Read Create! Magazine: https://www.createmagazine.com
This is a unique birthday episode of the Norse Mentality, where I take a moment to reflect on my journey so far and share some of the most important lessons I've learned along the way. Norse Fitness Website: www.norsefitness.co Follow Andy on IG: www.instagram.com/andrewclifflewis Follow Cody on IG: www.instagram.com/cody_whitley Follow Norse Fitness: www.instagram.com/norse_fitness www.facebook.com/norsefitness www.tiktok.com/@norsefitness www.youtube.com/norsefitness
This week's guest is Dr. Naphtali Hoff. He is a former school headmaster and currently he is the president and executive Coach for Impactful Coaching and Consulting. Dr. Hoff is also a podcaster, and an author. Topics Discussed:1. As educators it is important that we are collecting evidence.2. It is important to remember we are facilitators of learning. 3. It is important to embrace CHANGE not resist that4. View every challenge as the next opportunity for us to grow.5. We can live in a 21st Century World with 20th Century mindset6. Focus on building relationships.7. Our students need to know there are a lot of adults that care for them.8. Do we instill in a child the ability to push through difficulties.9. Your students will remember more about how you made them feel rather than what you taught them.10. If I believed somebody somewhere believed in me and gave me skills is going to be extremely valuable. 11. As teachers we need to think differently how we frame success.12. Recognize the worlds definition of success mirror the definition of success in school. 13. Put students in positions to think creatively and as an entrepreneur.14. Help students define success at a young age through multiple options. 15. We have to help our students see their success early on so that they don't wait too later in life to discover that they are more capable than they were lead to believe.16. Successful people often want to get their message out and give back.17. I've great person has made a lot of mistakes. 18. All of us make mistakes. The big question is how do you view them and what do you do with them and how do you respond to them. 19. Make an effort to listen and build equity. 20. Take an interest in people. People are motivated by people who care for them.21. Teachers are leaders. They lead their classroom, but also peers and leading up to administration. 22. To be more productive schedule everything.23. Determine what is the most important task.24. Think how you schedule the most important things. 25. Book Recommendations - Atomic Habits by James Clear, One Minute Manager26. Be kind to yourself. We all make mistakes and it's easy to live in a world of regret.27. Focus on what can I learn from this mistake and how can I take the next best step forward.Website:https://www.impactfulcoaching.com/homeSocial Media:Twitter: @impactfulcoachInstagram: naphtalihoffBooks:Becoming the New Boss: The New Leaders Guide to Sustained Successhttps://www.amazon.com/Becoming-New-Boss-Leaders-Sustained-ebook/dp/B074BPC18Q/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2CO9A987L6WVQ&keywords=Dr.+Naphtali+Hoff&qid=1683421766&sprefix=dr.+naphtali+hoff%2Caps%2C190&sr=8-1Becoming the Productive Boss: 5 Proven Steps to Leading High Performing Teamshttps://www.amazon.com/Becoming-Productive-Boss-Leading-Performing-ebook/dp/B0BVRW2F6T/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?crid=2CO9A987L6WVQ&keywords=Dr.+Naphtali+Hoff&qid=1683421766&sprefix=dr.+naphtali+hoff%2Caps%2C190&sr=8-1-fkmr0
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Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1922 LA 1/2: #POTUS: Hard lessons learned from the false reporting by major media 2016-2023. Victor Davis Hanson, Hoover Institution. https://amgreatness.com/2023/04/30/the-crazy-contours-of-the-crazier-2024-election/ https://amgreatness.com/2023/04/26/dominion-vs-russian-collusion-and-disinformation/
Overview: Joe Gilfedder is a head strength coach at Fordham University and oversees the programs that leads to all athletes' success there. Joe Gilfedder has an extremely comprehensive understanding the strength and conditioning world and uses this to fuel his sophisticated training style. Today Joe shares his perspective on how he views training for different athletes and different sports. Joe also then talks a bit about lessons learned through years of experimentation and practice with his own training, from bodybuilding, college football, and now Muay Thai. Lastly he gives insight to the Ronin community on honest approach to living a disciplined lifestyle and relentlessly achieve your goals. Timestamps: [0:00] Jocko Fuel [1:20] Intro [2:00] Back to the Cookie Debate [5:28] Joe's Strength and Conditioning Position [8:05] How Coaching Athlete's Has Changed [13:30] Lessons Learned from a Decade Training Athletes [15:28] Finding Your Own Coaching Style [20:16] Art and Science of Individualization in the Weightroom [32:59] Indicators of Success for Strength Programs [37:00] Tracking Progress of Athletes [42:14] Front Squatting and Barbell Complexes [51:20] Sticking to a Disciplined Lifestyle [58:59] What Muay Thai Does For Your Training [1:05:20] Challenges of Transitioning from Bodybuilding to Muay Thai Get Ageless Athlete: https://agelessathletesc.com SPONSORS: Jocko Fuel https://store.jockofuel.com/?ref=xgsWFwqMzvQtsD Code RONIN10 Get 15% off the NuRecover Portable Cold Plunge!: https://www.nurecover.com/discount/BRIAN23382 Get FREE LMNT with your first order! (The Cleanest Sports Drink on the Market) http://elementallabs.refr.cc/brianoberther Get $150 off the premier cold plunge tank at: https://plunge.pxf.io/qnXvLN FOLLOW US Instagram (OB) https://www.instagram.com/oberther/ (Smitty) https://www.instagram.com/smittydiesel/ EXTRAS Team Forever Strong: Https://trainheroic.com/foreverstrong Instagram (OB) https://www.instagram.com/oberther/ www.infinityithaca.com (Smitty) https://www.instagram.com/smittydiesel/ www.dieselsc.com
Life is filled with uncertainty. But sometimes, the best moments happen when you unlock the power of the universe. Imagine the possibilities if you pushed aside your fear and learned to live in the moment. Today, I got personal with Josh Grillo to learn why he went on a three-month sailing excursion with his wife, two kids, and their big dog. After the death of his father, Josh decided to set sail for the Baja Hob Rally. During his epic trip, Josh and his family would face the unknowns of life on the water as they navigated unpredictable weather and waves. But would he learn something more profound about himself along the way? Here's how Josh conquered his fear, packed up his entire family, and set sail on an adventure of a lifetime. Want to learn more about Josh's epic journeys? Follow @wildersailing on Instagram, or check out his YouTube channel, Wilder Sailing.
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Hey guys! This episode features Alex Verge, CEO of Journey, who shares his insights and experiences in the energy industry. Alex explains his “buy and exploit” game plan and emphasizes the importance of owning the land. He also talks about the cycles of the energy industry and how understanding them is crucial for success. Alex discusses the increasing costs in the energy space and shares his experiences during the 2014-2020 cycle. He reflects on the challenging times when oil prices went negative and how he and his team survived. Towards the end of the podcast, Alex shares the lessons he has learned from surviving the March 2020 crash and what he sees coming up next in the industry. Here's the time stamp: [0:00] Who is Alex Verge? [11:00] The Gameplan: Buy and Exploit [18:00] Own the land [32:00] The Energy Cycles [38:00] Costs are increasing in the energy space [43:00] Living through the 2014-2020 Cycle [48:00] The Red Water Decision [1:07:00] Surviving when oil went negative [1:14:00] Lessons Learned [1:26:00] What comes next? [1:28:00] Closing Questions If you enjoyed this podcast, please check out Alex on Twitter @AlexVergeJOY Finally, thanks to the following sponsors for making the podcast a reality! Mitimco This episode is brought to you by MIT Investment Management Company, also known as MITIMCo, the investment office of MIT. Each year, MITIMCo invests in a handful of new emerging managers who it believes can earn exceptional long-term returns to support MIT's mission. To help the emerging manager community more broadly, they created emergingmanagers.org, a website for emerging manager stockpickers. I highly recommend the site for those looking to start a stock-picking fund or learn how others have done it. You'll find essays and interviews by successful emerging managers, service providers used by MIT's own managers, essays MITIMCo has written for emerging managers, and more! Tegus Tegus has the world's largest collection of instantly available interviews on all the public and private companies you care about. Tegus makes primary research fun and effortless, too. Instead of weeks and months, you can learn a new industry or company in hours, all from those who know it best. I spend nearly all my time reading Tegus calls on existing holdings and new ideas. And I know you will too. So if you're interested, head on over to tegus.co/valuehive for a free trial to see for yourself. TIKR TIKR is THE BEST resource for all stock market data, I use TIKR daily in my process, and I know you will too. Make sure to check them out at TIKR.com/hive. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/valuehive/support
Aviation News: Age 67 retirement? - https://www.lgraham.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2023/3/graham-senators-reintroduce-bill-to-address-pilot-shortage#:~:text=The%20legislation%3A,be%20renewed%20every%20six%20months Bill reintroduces Let Experienced Pilots Fly Act…. Pilot Incapacitation recent events, Southwest, Envoy, and others https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPUbr6SPcy8 Questions From The Flight Deck: How to vote proxy if you're a stock owner. DFAS – Discontinue survivor benefit plan (SBP) for military retirement? Pros/Cons Tax season lessons learned: DFAS withholding, Social Security withholding – defaults to 8%...spouse earning money – 68 cents versus 76 cents. Safe harbor – 100% of this year or 110% of last year is a safe harbor to prevent penalties. The stock market has been down – why not get 5% guaranteed T-bills. Sell bonds? Sell stocks? What are your savings goals? What if rates drop? US Dollar World Reserve Currency: https://realeconomy.rsmus.com/why-the-dollar-remains-the-worlds-reserve-currency/ “Why the dollar remains the world's reserve currency, and will stay that way”...APR. 17, 2023 BY JOSEPH BRUSUELAS We find the recent discussion around the end of the dollar dominance bereft of any linkage to the reality of international finance and understanding of the dollar's role as the anchor of the rules-based order that governs global economics. Economies like China that run surpluses need dollar-based demand from the United States to make up for their own weak consumption and high savings rates. Rather, the recent conversation is stoked by global grievances about the relative disparity of economic power and the dead end in which some economies find themselves. Pilot Money Guys Flight #55: US Dollar as World Reserve Currency Here's How Reserve Currencies Have Evolved Over 120 Years https://www.visualcapitalist.com/cp/how-reserve-currencies-evolved-over-120- years/ CDs (callable vs noncallable) When to sell I-bonds The composite rate for I bonds issued from November 2022 through April 2023 is 6.89 New rates are 4.3% composite: 3.4% Inflation component and 0.9% fixed rate. Kevin “The Professor” Gormley: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1SACB6S7kQ Meat of The Mission: Get up for health and wealth... Should you own Gold? Two things: Gold as an investment – diversification? Gold as a currency in times of economic collapse. https://awealthofcommonsense.com/2015/07/a-history-of-gold-returns/ Why is gold attractive? Hot button issue... Gold standard...vs. Fiat currency – us versus them. Very political and ideological. Three Options For Owning/Investing In Gold: Physical gold in your home, safety deposit box. How could one use physical gold in an economic collapse https://atlantagoldandcoin.com/how-will-gold-silver-coins-be-used-following-a-monetary-collapse/ Gold and/or Gold Miners ETF in your portfolio. Is it a diversified? How has gold performed? What about bonds? https://awealthofcommonsense.com/2015/07/a-history-of-gold-returns/ Ben Carlson's stance: “My stance on gold has always been that I have no idea what's going to happen with it in the future. No one else does either.” As of 2015...Even after the most recent crash, gold is actually up around 10% per year over the past decade. But it's unlikely many individuals actually participated in this rise unless they held physical gold. The Gold ETF (GLD) only had around $3 billion in assets in 2005. It then grew to nearly $80 billion by the peak in 2011-12, before falling back down to less than $25 billion more recently. Unfortunately, that means many of the bandwagon investors got sucked in very late to the bull market and lost a lot of money in the ensuing crash. Physical Gold in a Self-Directed IRA. Why? Can I own physical gold in my IRA? If you opt for the actual metal, certain criteria apply for it to be held in an IRA. “The precious metal coins or bars must meet IRS fineness standards and must be held by the IRA trustee instead of the IRA owner,” says Moy. “The gold must be stored in an IRS-approved depository.” https://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/091814/analysis-should-you-get-gold-ira.asp Tax Implications of Gold Coins...28% Physical gold (including the ETF – GLD) is tax as collectible. However, the IRS considers physical quantities of metal to be a “collectible.” For collectibles, such as coins, art and bullion, the standard tax rate is 28%. As a result, owning physical gold, or owning funds that themselves own physical gold, means that you can pay a higher maximum capital gains rate of 28%. https://smartasset.com/taxes/avoid-capital-gains-tax-on-gold#:~:text=This%20is%20called%20the%20capital,a%20general%20rate%20of%2028%25 The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World - By Niall Ferguson
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Hello and welcome to the Relatable Voice Podcast. Today, we're heading to romantic Italy to chat with Fabio Cerpelloni. Fabio has lived in several different countries and is a podcaster, English teacher, and writer. His first book, 'Any Language You Want', is set to release in June. Find out more at:www.fabiocerpelloni.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brian Basic is a seasoned investor with experience ranging from Condo Deconversions to Buy and Hold Rentals! Brian starts by explaining the origins of his family's REI business and the lessons learned from his wide range of investing experience. Next is a deep dive on the differences between being a landlord in the City of Chicago compared to the Suburbs. Brian discusses his geographical areas of expertise including West Lawn, Garfield Ridge, and other areas surrounding Midway airport! Throughout the show, Brian emphasizes the power of buy and hold real estate and encourages newbies to get started to begin leveraging the benefits! If you enjoy today's episode, please leave us a review and share with someone who may also find value in this content! Connect with Mark and Tom: StraightUpChicagoInvestor.com Email the Show: StraightUpChicagoInvestor@gmail.com Guest: Brian Basic, OAC Management Link: https://www.chicagobusiness.com/ Link: Attorney Recommendation Sponsors: Midwest RE Networking Summit and Essex Realty Group ----------------- Guest Questions 03:16 Housing Provider Tip: Ensure your leases are compliant with the latest laws this leasing season! 05:31 Intro to our guest, Brian Basik! 07:24 How did Brian and his family get started in REI? 13:28 Brian's Lessons Learned! 19:34 What is Brian's REI focus today? 22:01 Land-lording in the City vs Suburbs! 24:19 Positive momentum in West Lawn and surrounding neighborhoods! 34:30 How have Brian and his team set up property management? 38:22 Where does Brian want to be 10 years from now? 42:07 What is Brian's competitive advantage? 42:28 One piece of advice for new investors. 43:07 What do you do for fun? 43:24 Good book, podcast, or self development activity that you would recommend? 44:05 Local Network Recommendation? 44:32 How can the listeners learn more about you and provide value to you? ----------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of Straight Up Chicago Investor 2023.
WHY DO SO MANY NEWSCASTERS LIE WITH SUCH A STRAIGHT FACE? LESSONS LEARNED...THE MILGRAM STUDY!