Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the most heartbreaking losses in college football, why the ACC is now Quarterback U, their Big 12 season preview, if Texas can win the conference in 2022, if Oklahoma State & Baylor take a step back, why Texas Tech might have the best offense, and drinking the Kansas State kool-aid (2:00). Then, The Solid Verbal's Ty Hildebrandt sits down with Chase to talk about the show, leaving the Mysterious Day Job for the show full-time last year, Notre Dame in 2022, if the Irish will move to the Big Ten, Marcus Freeman replacing Brian Kelly, Tyler Buchner being under center in 2022 and their extremely arduous 2022 schedule (90:00). To wrap, Chase is joined by The Washington Post's Ben Golliver to talk about national parks, writing his book on the NBA Bubble experience, and make their cases for the 11 NBA teams who could win the title in 2023, if the Lakers and Clippers can be healthy enough, why the Suns may be fool's gold, the Bucks bouncing right back with good health, not buying the Heat or Sixers, and the Nuggets being the most interesting choice of all (180:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Ty Hildenbrandt & Ben Golliver Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On part 2 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about more potential transfer portal changes, Georgia vs. Florida memories, the College Football Playoff becoming a 16-team format potentially, four PAC-12 schools being targeted by the Big Ten, their PAC-12 season preview, why Cal might surprise, why Colorado is in a lot of trouble, why Washington State might be the most fun in the conference and betting on Utah to win the conference once again. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kitzy sits down with Norelle and Matt Green from one of our new favorite bands, Stud Count, to talk about their debut self-titled album, out today on https://www.smartpunk.com/ (Smart Punk Records). They cover everything from the inspiration for the band's tongue-in-cheek name to dealing with the depressively gray winters of West Philly and, of course, a ton about their absolutely killer new album in between. Stud Count is out today on Smartpunk Records. You can (and really, really should) https://smartpunkshop.com/collections/stud-count (pick it up now). Follow Stud Count on https://www.instagram.com/studcountusa/ (Instagram) and https://twitter.com/StudCount (Twitter). Follow us on https://twitter.com/leftofthedialpc (Twitter) and https://instagram.com/leftofthedialfm (Instagram).
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On part 1 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about more conference realignment questions, 44 days until the return of college football, UGA's recruiting snafu with Justice Haynes out of Buford, if Georgia has a recruiting problem going forward, if a Power 3 model is where conferences wind up, their top-10 SEC QBs list, where Hendon Hooker, Stetson Bennett, Spencer Rattler and Will Levis fell and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On part 3 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the latest in college football expansion, what happens next with Notre Dame & the Big 12 & PAC-12, the blue-chip ratio in 2022, Penn State potentially beating Ohio State this fall, and their 2022 CFB Head Coach Rankings that feature names like Kirk Ferentz, Luke Fickell, Brian Kelley, Kirby Smart and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week's guest is Matt Green. Matt is the Chief Revenue Officer at Sales Assembly, which is the only Scale-as-a-Service Platform and trusted partner for leading B2B Tech companies on their journeys to Scale Better, Faster, and Smarter. Matt started his sales journey early in his career working as a valet attendant, and later went on to become the VP of Investments at JPMorgan as well as an investor and advisory board member of numerous organizations. In this week's episode, we discussed: Commission-Type Jobs Outside of Sales Sales Skills From Studying Criminal Justice Selling in Uncertain Economic Times Common Themes That CROs Are Talking About How to Avoid Tech Stack Fatigue Why Partner with Sales Assembly Importance of Peer to Peer Connection Much More! Please enjoy this week's episode with Matt Green. ____________________________________________________________________________ I am now in the early stages of writing my first book! In this book, I will be telling my story of getting into sales and the lessons I have learned so far, and intertwine stories, tips, and advice from the Top Sales Professionals In The World! As a first time author, I want to share these interviews with you all, and take you on this book writing journey with me! Like the show? Subscribe to the email: https://mailchi.mp/a71e58dacffb/welcome-to-the-20-podcast-community I want your feedback! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, or find me on LinkedIn. If you know anyone who would benefit from this show, share it along! If you know of anyone who would be great to interview, please drop me a line! Enjoy the show
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On part 3 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green and Cousin Sam to talk about the state of college football, what's going on with the ACC, the supposed partnership option between the PAC-12 and the ACC, the Big 12 becoming a power basketball conference, who the SEC and Big Ten will add next, the future of Florida State and Georgia Tech if they were to get left out, why schools like Wake Forest and Oregon State should be worried and if Notre Dame will ever join a conference. Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green & Cousin Sam Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On part 3 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the Bill Clark retiring at UAB, some bizarre comments from a former player on P.J. Fleck, Arch Manning committing to Texas, who the real "Blue Bloods" programs are in CFB, who the next team to win the SEC is not named Alabama or Georgia, the first Power 5 coach fired in 2022, Heisman dark horses, the next UGA star defensive player and the most delusional fanbase in college football. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia Matt Green to talk about Tennessee's ten-win possibility why, progress is not linear in sports, A.J. Harris committing to Georgia, Ohio State landing five-star wideout Carnell Tate and company, why the Buckeyes are such a offensive juggernaut, Owens surprising folks and committing to Louisville, this year's 2007 USF start, Virginia, Purdue and Kansas State having a schedule that could put them at 6-0 early and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about it being 79 days until college football, Jonathan Ogden being the best No. 79 of all-time in CFB, the report about Texas A&M trying to get Nick Saban suspended, Vic Burley committing to Clemson, the Big 12 adding BYU, Cincinnati, Houston and UCF in 2023, Boise State bringing back Dirk Koetter, Heisman Should-Have-Won-It guys and their PAC-12 favorite bets including Utah, Stanford and UCLA. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On hour 3 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about there being 86 days until college football, Penn State great No. 86 Courtney Brown, Arkansas extending Sam Pittman through 2026, Arch Manning and company at UGA over the weekend, the 2023 College Football Hall Of Fame Ballot, the Big 12 Conference Championship Betting Odds, why Kansas State is the best dark horse, or maybe it's Oklahoma State, and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On hour 3 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the Sugar Bowl moving to New Year's Eve, 93 days until the return of college football, the forgotten excellence of Bo Pelini at Nebraska, Tennessee's big recruiting weekend over Memorial Day, the SEC adding three permanent rivals in a new system once Texas and Oklahoma come, and their picks to win the ACC title next season, overthinking Clemson and why NC State might be the best value in the conference. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On part 3 of today's program, fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green joins the program to talk about the Jimbo vs. Nick Saban beef, the future of recruiting, Eli Holstein spurning the Aggies for the Crimson Tide, Devin Leary hive at NC State, predicting the CBS primetime SEC 3:30 slots, and the Big Ten conference title predictions. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On hour 3 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the PAC-12 making immediate changes to their conference title games, Dan Mullen taking an assistant role at Lake Oconee this fall, Jeff Brohm flirting with his alma matter at Louisville, and their favorite early CFB betting odds from Florida vs. Kentucky to Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the ACC making huge changes to its divisions and conference schedule in 2023, the future of rivalries in college football, transfer waiver questions, Emory Jones to Arizona State, and 2022 SEC Title Odds with some interesting stats about Ole Miss and Florida (6:00). Then, Stats By Will joins the program to talk about Julian Phillips to the Tennessee Vols, Rick Barnes' consistency at UT, early 2023 sleeper championship picks in the NCAA Tourney, and a 2021-2022 season review of the Memphis Tigers (66:00). To wrap, Maryville High head football coach Derek Hunt joins the program to talk about the Maryville Rebels, following a coaching legend like George Quarles, what separates him as a head coach, what makes his offense go, what he's still thinking about from the Oakland game, the future of high school football and much more (120:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Stats By Will, & Derek Hunt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On today's program, fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green joins the program to talk about the latest mess in the transfer portal in college football, the tampering that's now going on, the future of NIL in the sport, Pitt's Jordan Addison entering the transfer portal, the Vols adding Bru McCoy from USC, UGA cleaning up in the 2022 NFL Draft, and their favorite rivalries in the sport, some underrated ones and some that should become rivalries (5:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the latest changes in college football, where the sport is going, how the departure of NCAA President Mark Emmert changes things, parity in CFB, which Year 2 coaches win the most games in 2022, Heupel vs. Beamer and why Sarkisian should lead the way for Texas in the Big 12 (5:00). Then, CFB analyst J.D. Pickell joins the program to talk about Baylor, how Dave Aranda has faired in two years, the future of the Big 12, a wild QB battle in Waco, optimism for the Red Raiders and questions for the Cyclones of Iowa State (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, J.D. Pickell Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the latest and greatest in college football, Agiye Hall leaving Alabama for Texas, early Spring Game impressions across the SEC, UGA's new national championship rings, if Stetson Bennett is underrated as a championship college quarterback, and then debate the best CFB transfer quarterbacks set to debut with their new teams this fall from JT Daniels at WVU to Spencer Rattler at South Carolina and much more (5:00). Then, Hail Varsity's Brandon Vogel joins the program to talk about the Cornhuskers, Scott Frost in Year 5, their 3-9 record in 2021, the loss of Adrian Martinez, the addition of Casey Thompson, 2022 expectations and much more (60:00). To wrap, DNVR Rockies' Suzie Hunter joins the program to talk about the Colorado Rockies' hot start to the 2022 MLB season, what's gone right, the addition of Kris Bryant, C.J. Cron raking early, Kyle Freeland's extension, her trips all around America visiting every ballpark and much more (90:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Brandon Vogel, Suzie Hunter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"The Sports Renaissance Man" Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about JT Daniels picking West Virginia to finish out his collegiate playing career, Tennessee as an "Everything School", Nick Saban opening up on NIL and its changes to college football, Ed Orgeron on Notre Dame, and their 2022 CFB Bounce Back Teams from Florida to USC to Texas and much more (4:00). Then, the AJC's Ken Sugiura on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Geoff Collins' job status in 2022, the addition of Chip Long as OC, Jeff Sims, another rough schedule in 2022, differences between Johnson and Collins and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Ken Suguira Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"The Sports Renassaince Man" Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about Bob Bowlsby retiring as the Big 12 Commissioner, Brent Venables telling a hilarious Mike Leach and Mark Mangino story, and then breakdown whether or not it is still necessary to have divisions in conferences in college football, more changes to the sport, how the CFP affects things and much more (5:00). Then, Dallas Magazine's Mike Piellucci joins the program to talk about journalism today, Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks' emergence in 2022, if they can win a first-round series, the Rangers starting to spend this offseason, 2022 expectations and much more (50:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Mike Piellucci Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about more analyst hires in college football at Alabama and Georgia Tech, Dana Holgerson's extension at Houston, the hilarious Fred Taylor recruiting story about UGA and UF, and then the guys make their picks for the 5 Most Intriguing CFB Teams In 2022 that includes Tennessee, Georgia, Oregon, Michigan and more (3:00). Then, RACER Mag's Kelly Crandall joins the program to talk about NASCAR, Ross Chastain's big victory on Sunday, the controversy surrounding it, Denny Hamlin's comments, Bubba Wallace's team issues, Chase Elliott being favored in Richmond and much more (80:00). To wrap, Rivals' Jon McNamara joins the program to talk about the Wisconsin Badgers, how close they were to snagging Caleb Williams in the transfer portal, Graham Mertz's development, the surprise of Braelon Allen, what makes Jim Leonhard special as a DC and much more (110:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Kelly Crandall, Jon McNamara Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about Florida AD Scott Strictlin's way of describing his hiring process, the Vols landing Nico, Georgia trending positively for Arch Manning, Herbstreit to TNF on Amazon, Arkansas's upside with Sam Pittman, Iowa not evolving on offense, spring hype for the Gamecocks, which next big-name Power 5 head coach will leave his school next and much more (3:00). Then, ESPN's Greg Wyshynski joins the program to talk about the NHL Trade Deadline, winners and losers, the Florida Panthers going for it, the New Jersey Devils standing pat, Claude Giroux returning to the Flyers, John Gibson not getting moved, and much more (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Greg Wyshynski Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow UNG alumni Matt Green to talk about the biggest spring storylines in college football, the Aggies' QB room, ESPN's future QB team rankings list, all the talent loss for Georgia's defense, Texas needing Quinn Ewers to be the guy, Jayden Daniels entering the fold at LSU and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about his idea for this week's show, SEC teams, and their NFL comparisons, Georgia as the Philadelphia Eagles, Tennessee as the Washington Commanders, Alabama as the New England Patriots and much more (2:00). Then, Chase Thomas is joined by new Meadowcreek head football coach Todd Wofford to talk about his career, coaching Travis Hunter at Collins Hill, what makes him different, Sam Horn, leaving the Eagles for Meadowcreek, what he learned over the last few years, his offensive philosophy, his time at Central Gwinnett and much more (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Todd Wofford Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“In the Hong Kongs and New Yorks and Londons of the world you need to find ways to get outside, because it can be depressing to be in a great world city and be trapped in an 800-square-foot space.” –Rolf Potts In this episode of Deviate, Rolf and Rueben discuss what it's like to come home after a life-changing journey, sharing the story with others, exploring one's own hometown on foot (2:00); the wisdom captured in quotes, and the power of poetry (22:00); the notion of what is possible in less-expensive cities and neighborhoods, avoiding consumerist living, and spending money locally (35:00); the excuses people make to postpone taking their dream trips, and how friends and family can keep you accountable (45:30). Reuben Dreiblatt is the host of "The A.T. With You & Me," a podcast about through-hiking the Appalachian Trail. Notable Links: Van Life before #VanLife (Deviate episode) Long-distance hiking at home (Deviate episode) Friluftsliv (Norwegian ethos of being outdoors) The World Beneath Your Feet (documentary) Matt Green interview (Deviate episode) Souvenir, by Rolf Potts (book) Lower East Side Tenement Museum (NYC museum) What narrative therapy is (Deviate episode) Commonplace book (journal method) Wanderlust, by Rebecca Solnit (book about walking) Walt Whitman (American poet) Standing on the shoulders of giants (metaphor) Ed Buryn interview (Deviate episode) Asheville (city in North Carolina) 52 Places to Visit in 2022 (New York Times article) Gary Snyder (American poet) The Deviate theme music comes from the title track of Cedar Van Tassel's 2017 album Lumber. Note: We don't host a “comments” section, but we're happy to hear your questions and insights via email, at email@example.com.
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to make their picks for five college football programs that will make the leap in 2022, why Tennessee is in prime to position to elevate in the SEC East, the time being now for Texas A&M and that revamped QB room, Penn State and Wisconsin bouncing back in 2022, Texas taking advantage of rebuilding Oklahoma and Houston being next year's Cincinnati. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Daniel chats with Ellie and Matt Green of Summit Fever Media , an adventure film and content creation production company. They tell us about their careers and how they first got into the filmmaking industry, as well as their latest film “The Longest Line.” The film followed Jenny Graham and Calum Maclean on the longest straight-line between two roads in the UK and has gone on to win various awards at prestigious film festivals. Their film is now available to watch on YouTube and you can follow Matt and Ellie on Instagram. Please don't forget to leave us a rating or review wherever you listen to your podcasts. *Warning: Contains some explicit language.
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni to talk about Billy Napier and Florida going up against Miami and Mario Cristobal in recruiting, Matt Luke leaving Georgia and Liam Coen leaving Kentucky, the CFP not expanding until 2025 at the earliest, 2022 SEC quarterback rankings and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Matt Green, a PhD candidate in Aquatic Entomology and Systematics at Clemson University, tells you everything you need to know about BWOs. To learn more about the specific insects, check out BugGuide.Net. To learn more about Matt, check out our full length interview. Follow Matt on Instagram. Have a question for Matt? Send us a message on our Facebook page, and we will read it on the next report. Support the Show Shop on Amazon Become a Patreon Patron All Things Social Media Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Subscribe to the Podcast or, Even Better, Download Our App Download our mobile app for free from the Apple App Store, the Google Play Store or the Amazon Android Store. Subscribe to the podcast in the podcatcher of your choice.
A man walks into town, he's rugged, handsome and heroic. He's also a guest on the podcast this week.We sat down with the fantastic Matt Green to talk about a film of his choosing, 2012's Jack Reacher starring Tom Cruise.So, is it underseen or underrated? Give it a listen to find out!All the usual links below:Apple/iPhone:https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/films-n-that/id1470141261Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/1C4LiOrMZTD90e9tbB5EQOAcast:https://feeds.acast.com/public/shows/6071ac061216e55e7a95b11bYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIZopXPQHmlSnpgwtr2_ROQIf you'd like to get in touch, then the email is firstname.lastname@example.org and we're on all the usual social media platforms belowFacebook - @FilmsnthatpodTwitter- @Films_thatInstagram- instagram.com/filmsandthatpod/Our Website ishttps://www.justfilmsandthatpod.com/Cheers!The Just Films & That team See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What are the secrets to achieving financial freedom through real estate? Matt Green seems to have unlocked the code and is sharing his journey with us. On this episode, Matt Green and I talk about how having the right people on your team is the key to scaling your multifamily business fast and seeing big return on investment. Matt is an active real estate investor who focuses on multifamily acquisition and development. His goal is to force appreciation and multiply money through his strategy. [00:01 - 05:39] Opening Segment Matt shares how he and his father built their real estate portfolio in the '90s America is turning into a renter-nation Why townhouses are a big opportunity for investment How to force appreciation in properties [05:40 - 14:10] Don't Gamble by Developing Real Estate Smarter How Matt had no choice but to go into development The struggles and trials of land development Why having a good team is imperative when developing in real estate Know your exit strategy before you get into a deal [14:11 - 16:41] The Final Four What's one resource or tool that you can't live without? A property shark or county geographic information system (GIS) map If you could help our listeners avoid just one mistake in real estate, what would it be? Not keeping up on your property What's one thing you're doing right now to make the world a better place? Offering the best value How to follow Matt (click the links below!) Tweetable Quotes “It's really important that when you're investing in real estate and developing projects, that you have a really good team because having the right qualified people is going to help you execute faster, you're going to get things done more efficiently. And you'll get to the market quicker.” - Matt Green “I think one of the big mistakes people make is when they don't keep up on their property. If you let things go over time, then it just becomes harder and harder. It's almost like you're digging a hole which gets more and more expensive to get out of it.” - Matt Green “If you're not maintaining your properties, if you're holding them long term, but not maintaining them when it comes time for disposition, you're gonna get terrible offers.” - Sam Wilson ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Matt on Instagram.com/mattgreenfan. Want to generate wealth and increase your income? Visit https://mattj.green or download his free book https://re.tgoblueprint.com/free-book-21620694256285 Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → email@example.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Matt Green 00:00 (teaser) We had a good team. We have an architect that was really knowledgeable about the entire process. And then we had a good legal team that basically in this town that we developed it and in the area that we develop in, there's a couple of attorneys that do every single project throughout all the different towns in this area. So they know the codes and the laws even better than the people on the board. So that's why we're able to get through and strategize and put our best strategy forward, which helps a lot. So I think it's really important that when you're investing in real estate and developing projects, you have a really good team. Because having the right qualified people is going to help you execute faster, you're going to get things done more efficiently. And you'll get to the market quicker. Intro 00:37 Welcome 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 00:44 .Matt Greene, welcome to the show. Matt Green 00:51 Thank you. Appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Sam Wilson 00:53 Absolutely. The pleasure is mine. There are three questions I asked every guest who comes on the show. Can you tell us where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? Matt Green 01:01 Yeah, great. I appreciate you having me on the call. Basically, I started out about seven years ago, my father and I partnered up together to build a multifamily real estate portfolio. So he had started in real estate back in the 90s. And he had acquired a portfolio of assets, and then we teamed up together to start scaling and building out more assets. So that's where we got started. And, you know, we started out with smaller deals, and now we're working on some bigger deals now. Sam Wilson 01:29 Gotcha. That's fantastic. You guys are buying primarily multifamily right now. Matt Green 01:33 Yeah, that's all we focus on is apartments and townhouses. Those are the most secure and scalable assets. And they're the least risky. I know the pricing has gotten more expensive, especially over the past few years. But those are the most reliable assets that are going to withstand time. Sam Wilson 01:48 Right. What about townhomes? Talk to us about that. What do you see with the opportunity on that front? Matt Green 01:53 I think the whole nation as a whole is turning into more of a renter-nation, I think you got people like Zillow and Blackstone, they're all buying up single-family residential homes. So I think over time, you know, there's going to be a lot more rentals on the market. And I think the homeownership rates are going down. And I think people are less interested in doing home maintenance and keeping track of everything. So I think renting is going to be big, and I think townhouses, offer that because you get your own private entry. You know, usually, it's a two-story setup similar to a house, but you don't have to worry about all the responsibility. Sam Wilson 02:29 Yeah, I mean, that's absolutely true. It's not even just a changing, I think demographic shift, or preference of demographics in the sense that, “Hey, we can't afford it,” or, you know, that we're getting priced out of the market. It's also that people just don't want to, right, that's just the reality of it is that there's the next generation don't necessarily love cutting the grass on Saturdays. Matt Green 02:48 And then you got seniors too, that are getting older, and they don't want to keep up with it anymore. They're just moving into, you know, maybe a senior housing setup or something that's easier to manage. Sam Wilson 02:57 Absolutely. Yeah. My own parents are proof of the pudding. They just left a house for 40 years. And it's like, Wait, you're living where? Like, yeah, the yard guy comes he cuts the grass, he cuts everybody's grass, the neighborhood? That's like that's completely right off on the exterior. So it's really, really intriguing. Are you guys doing anything ground up in that space? Are you finding opportunities in value-add in the townhome space? Matt Green 03:16 Yeah, so basically, with the apartments and townhouses that we invest into. So if we get acquisition of a deal, like for example, we just did 156 unit acquisition last year that we're working on forcing appreciation on so we'll go into the building that was built in the 70s. And basically, what we'll do is we'll identify the value-add potential on the property. So we'll go and we'll put new countertops, paint, flooring, baseboard, windows, and that'll allow us to increase the rents, at least on this property, we raised them almost $400 A month once they're completed. So when you can force appreciation that quickly, it's about a three-year turnaround to get through all 156 units, you can recapture your equity, and throw it into the next deal. So I think if you can find the right deal, pay the right price, and there's enough upside to it, then you can hit a home run investing in real estate, but we also invest into ground-up projects too or working on a couple of $40 million projects where we're going to purchase the land and develop it into apartments. So one of our sites, we're going through approvals on entitlements with a town, that's going to be about eight buildings with 162 apartments on it. So we're working on getting that together and getting the approvals in line. So buy the land for maybe about $2 million. Once it's all approved. And everything's completed with you know, the entitlements, the value of the land will probably go up to $3 million within the year, and then we'll start building out the project. And then once it's all said and done, it'll probably be approximately a $40 million deal. So it'll be really nice. Sam Wilson 04:46 Yeah, absolutely. That's tremendous. You know, on the townhome front doing a value add townhome, play, I mean, in the south and I may be wrong here, but you know, I'm thinking I just think of here in Memphis, Tennessee I just don't know a lot of townhomes. developments, is that something you're on and more regional to where you guys are? Matt Green 05:04 Well, I mean, we have some townhouses. I would say the primary, you know, development and acquisition that we do are all apartments, but I think people are looking for more townhouses like they're open to them. I think it's kind of like that middle ground where it's like, maybe somebody is in a house, but you know, they'd like to townhouse over the apartment type thing. So I see a lot of that. And I think both classes of apartments and townhouses are really popular. I think, if you're building townhouses, naturally, rents are going to be a little bit higher. So maybe a little bit more expensive than the market of just an apartment, but I think they all rent everything rents, one-bedrooms, two bedrooms, and townhouses as well. Sam Wilson 05:40 Yeah, absolutely. On the new build stuff. I think that's intriguing. Walk us through that process. Because the development process is kind of a mystery, I think, you know, especially to a lot of people who are just doing value add or things like that. It's like, oh, man, that's next level. That's somewhere in the nether sphere, I might someday get there. How did you finally settle on development? And then, you know, just kind of pull back the curtains on your business, if you don't mind, on how you guys got there? Matt Green 06:04 Sure. Yeah, I think the reason we got into development wasn't necessarily by choice, but just lack of deal flow in our market. Like everything is very, very competitive. Every deal that is done is like everything's off-market, everybody, all the players know each other in the market. So everybody communicates pretty well. And things trade very, very quickly. And if anything ever hits the market, there are about 20 people that want it instantly. So it's very competitive. And if you want to scale, at least in our area, and something that we're doing is we're scaling in the South as well in the future. But you know, we had to get into land deals, because there's just we couldn't grow, there was not enough deal flow. So we had to start developing property, and you know, developing land, which is a lot more challenging. So we figured out the process, we had one deal that we worked on when we first started doing the land development, where it was just a pain to get the whole thing approved, the town gave us a lot of trouble. It was actually a property was zoned for suburban agriculture. So it was basically zoned for farmland. But next door, it was zoned for business. And then across the street, there were 200 apartments, when we presented the project to the town, they didn't like the idea because they're anti-development at the time. So we had to go through a lot of article 78 lawsuits and go to the ZBA to get a use variance. And it was very challenging. We spent over a year getting it all done. And it costs a lot of money. But we ended up getting it through as I guess it was a good learning experience for the first deal. Because we went through everything, everything got thrown at us. So we figured you know, all these different obstacles out. Then once we finally got it all approved. You know, we were able to build it out. But it was definitely a stressful first development project back when we got started with that first one. Sam Wilson 07:46 Did you have it a lot easier because you have a system? Yeah, that's it. Man. I guess once you've been fed to the wolves, you kind of know what to expect. What were some of the things that helped you get through that? When it was I mean, cuz it's risky, right? Oh, yeah. It's risky to go out and tie up land, and maybe whether you bought or not before entitlement, you know, it's risky to tie it up and then say, well, gosh, I sure hope we get this entitled, right. Without, you know, how many hundreds of 1000s of dollars may be trying to get it done? And if you don't, man, that's a strong gamble. Matt Green 08:11 Exactly. Yes. Well, I think first and foremost, we had like, we had a lot of confidence in it. So we knew that this was the perfect site for apartments, there were already apartments across the street, there's commercial next door to it, we knew that would be eventually developed as apartments, we didn't end up buying it until we got all the final approvals, because that would be even an even bigger risk, you put all the money on the line, you buy it, and then you can develop it, that would be challenging. So we kept everything on contingency before we bought it. And then once everything got cleared, we ended up buying it and developing it, but you don't know where it's gonna turn. Because if you go to, you know, Supreme Court, you don't know which way the judge is going to rule on it. But luckily, since you know, in that lawsuit, the town board actually sued the ZBA, because we got to use variance to actually develop it. So we were able to bypass the rezoning and then get site plan approval, and then eventually develop it. But I think what helped us was, you know, it's really hard to overturn a governmental approval. So when the ZBAapproved it, and the town board, you know, within the same town sued their own, you know, ZBA, sort of, I don't think they really, they didn't want to overturn it, so, and then eventually, we had a new town board within this town that came in and just dropped the lawsuit. So that helped, you know, just getting different board members into place, but it was definitely stressful cost a lot of money cost over $100,000 Just to get it to that point, and you're not sure if it's gonna come through or not. Sam Wilson 09:31 I can think of a lot more fun things to do with 100 grand than just lose it on, you know, town board meetings. So did you have any guidance along the way? Was there anybody reaching out with kind of a mentor perspective, or was it just follow your nose and keep hammering at it? Matt Green 09:48 We had a good team. We have an architect that was really knowledgeable about the entire process. And then we had a good legal team that basically in this town that we developed it and in the area that we develop in, there's a couple of attorneys that do every single project throughout all the different towns in this area. So they know the codes and the laws even better than the people on the board. So that's why we're able to get through and strategize and put our best strategy forward, which helps a lot. So I think it's really important that when you're investing in real estate and developing projects, you have a really good team because having the right qualified people is going to help you execute faster, you're going to get things done more efficiently. And you'll get to the market quicker, Sam Wilson 10:27 Right, man, that's really, really intriguing. What outside of what you just said, what are some things you would recommend to somebody who is interested in development, Matt Green 10:36 I think if you're interested in development, I think you've got to have a plan in place. You can't just go out there without a system and a plan. You have to know what you want to achieve, you have to have your end goal in mind, you can't just buy an asset without an exit plan, you have to have something where you know how you're going to recapture money out of because a lot of people go into deals and they overpay for them, and then they never get their money back. So then they're stuck, they have to wait, they're playing the waiting game until they get their capital back to go on to the next deal. So I think that's probably one of the biggest things is knowing your exit strategy. If even if you're going to stay in the deal, and maybe refinance recapture equity, at least you had that can be your exit plan. That's usually our exit plan. So the goal is to get all your capital back so you can get to the next deal. Sam Wilson 11:15 Yeah, absolutely. That's really intriguing because there are two very distinct strategies there. One is, like you said, the refinance. Actually, there's three that we see I think, commonly in the land development or the development space in finance, or do a refinance via cashing out your current, you know, investors with a new round of investors that want to hold long term, three, just selling it partially leased up and then moving on and your guys' strategy, you want to do just a straight refinance, keep it and hold it in perpetuity, it sounds like. Matt Green 11:45 exactly, yeah. And then we try to get all of our equity back. The goal is always to force appreciation, if you're gonna buy an existing building, your goal should be how can I make this property appreciate as quickly as possible so that you can refinance and recapture equity. And if you can master that system, then that's how you're going to be able to move really quickly and scale fast. That's the best way to scale. And then you can't collect your property either. Over time, you have to keep up on all the improvements there was a project that we acquired in the previous owner never kept up on all his capital improvements like the sidewalks were bad all the exterior was bad. The interiors were all rough, they're old metal cabinets from like the 50s. And there were holes in the walls, they just things weren't maintained properly. So that can also really affect your value. If you want to refinance or sell the property, the next person if you're selling the property is going to knock down the price because they're gonna have to go in and repair these things. So it's just better to keep up on them, you know, as they arise. Sam Wilson 12:38 Yeah, man, that's so true. The metal cabinet thing, I don't know if it's kind of in vogue a little bit of Matt Green 12:43 Yeah, I know they're coming back in maybe, you know, we had a metal cabinet, and they must have had a bad tenant or something because they like kick them in, they're all dented. And so it was just a mess is terrible. There's color by their color. And all over the walls, it was you know, you run into stuff like that. And then you got to come in for this specific property, we spent actually $25,000 per unit putting new cabinets countertops and doing the whole thing inside. So it was a big proces. Sam Wilson 13:10 And to your point, if you're not maintaining the properties, if you're holding them long term, but not maintaining them, when it comes time for disposition, you're gonna get terrible offers on. Matt Green 13:21 yeah, that was a deal where we bought it, it was like a $1.7 million deal. And our bank, we give them a pro forma, and then they kind of give us you know, an upon completion value, then we finance our construction and renovations to draws. And they actually valued it upon completion with the force depreciation model that we use at almost $4 million. So it was a bump of $2 million, within a couple of years. Sam Wilson 13:44 Right. And that's the beautiful thing. It's just fine. It feels that's the main thing it is, which again, going back to your point of why you're moving into or doing also ground up. I mean, I've talked to enough people on this show, they're like, look, I can buy or I can build for 150 or 175,000 units, I can buy, you know, 1980s Vintage for 225 on market, it's still a value add product, like why build. So that's absolutely intriguing, man, I've enjoyed this. Thanks for coming to the show today. Let's jump here to the final four questions. The first one is this what is one tool or resource that you find you can't live without? Matt Green 14:16 I think some of the property research tools, some like a property shark or some or even like the county GIS maps, I think those are really powerful tools where you can get in and look for land deals and look for existing properties that you can jump in and acquire. Sam Wilson 14:29 That is something no one has mentioned actually on this show yet. And I'm glad you did out of 40 episodes. Nobody's mentioned the GIS maps. Yeah, probably one of my favorite tools as well because man, you're right, you can dial in most of the time. It's free. Like oh, yeah, yeah, you can type in the county name slash or face GIS. And you can find the map and most of those are just loaded with tremendous amounts of data. Oh, yeah. Matt Green 14:53 That sometimes can Export Excel sheets and lists, right mailers? There's a lot you can do. Sam Wilson 14:58 Yes, absolutely. Yeah, if you're looking for something that has a zero-cost handle in front of it, that's a great place to start right there with your county GIS maps. Thanks for sharing that map. That's great. Question number two, if you could help our listeners avoid just one mistake in real estate, what would it be? And how would you avoid it? Matt Green 15:13 I think one of the big mistakes is, back to what we talked about already, would be where you don't keep up on your property. If you let things go over time, then it just becomes harder and harder. It's almost like you're digging a hole and then it's going to be more and more expensive to get out of it. If you don't keep up on the roofs and all the capital expenditures, entry doors, sidewalks, exterior, whether you have to repoint brick, all these different things are really important to keep up on so you don't make a hole. Sam Wilson 15:38 I love it. That's great when it comes to investing in the world, what's one thing you're doing right now to make the world a better place? Matt Green 15:43 I think with our apartments, we're just trying to offer the best value because, at the end of the day, your residents are your greatest value. So you have to make sure that you provide a really good service really good quality, give them the best that you can, and then it'll help pay off in the long term. Sam Wilson 15:59 Great, I love it. Matt, if our listeners want to get in touch with you, or learn more about you and your company, what is the best way to do that? Matt Green 16:05 You can follow either on LinkedIn or on Instagram at Green fan. And those are the best places. Sam Wilson 16:11 Awesome. Thank you for your time today, man. I do appreciate you. Matt Green 16:14 Appreciate it. See you later. Sam Wilson 16:15 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 Podcasts, Spotify, Google podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen if you can do that for us. That would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the future of the Big 12, why Oklahoma State could become a bigger program going forward, the biggest SEC transfer portal moves, Auburn's 2022 future with Bryan Harsin, their full perspective on Eli Drinkwitz at Mizzou, college football rule changes we'd like to see, Michigan State cleaning up in the transfer portal again, and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the ESPN SP+ projections in CFB for 2022 by Bill Connelly, Tennessee finding their way into the top-10, what to make of Bryan Harsin's future at Auburn, where the Tigers could go in February, Georgia losing defensive back coach Addae to Miami, all the coordinator changes in college football this offseason, if the pressure is now on for Jimbo Fisher after this 2022 recruiting class and the full perspective on the 2021 South Carolina Gamecocks. Then, Fangraphs' Jon Tayler joins the program to talk about this day in MLB history, the Rangers being in on Matt Olson, if the Yankees could add Freddie Freeman, the Top 45 Baltimore Orioles prospects, Keith Law's farm system rankings at The Athletic and the 2021 season review for the Texas Rangers (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Jon Tayler Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are joined this week by Gaffer Gary Johnson, on the thrilling win over Wrexham, and by Grant Fisher and Matt Green, the management team guiding Torquay United Women towards the top of their league
It was a great pleasure to be joined on the tortoise shack by comedian, online sketch creator and satirist, Matt Green. (If you don't know him you're in for a treat: @mattgreencomedy) Matt talks about how his standup comedy is very different to his social media sketches and how finding his audience online has helped him creatively in both mediums. He talks British politics, culture wars, satire in the era of buffoonery and much more. It's no secret that I am a fan of his stuff. So this was a treat. I hope you agree. Join us now at patreon.com/tortoiseshack
Matt Green is a comedian, actor, writer and director. He started his comedy career as a member of the Cambridge Footlights alongside Richard Ayoade, John Oliver and John Finnemore. He has performed six solo standup show at the Edinburgh Fringe. On TV he's been in Fresh Meat, Extras, Cuckoo, Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, on film he was in Finding Neverland and Ali G Indahouse and on the radio he's been in Inspector Steine, Cabbin Pressure and Ed Reardon's Week. Matt also writes and directs his own brilliant sketches which can be seen on his YouTube Channel and Twitter. Matt Green is guest 161 on My Time Capsule and he chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he'd like to preserve and one he'd like to bury and never have to think about again .For all things Matt: https://www.mattgreencomedy.comMatt Green's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/mattgreencomedy .Follow Matt Green on Twitter: @mattgreencomedy .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of the Exploring podcast, I chat with my good friend, Matt Green. Matt is a producer, writer, and director who began his career working on music videos in the late 1990's. He's optioned scripts, written for television, and directed feature films. He's also a professor in the communication department and the chair of the cinema & digital arts degree at The Masters University Online where he shares his knowledge and love of the arts with hundreds of budding content creators. Listen in as we chat about when we met, our Universal Studios connection, and projects we've collaborated on. We talk about what makes the filmmaking program at TMU special and the projects they have in the works.
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about a quiet National Signing Day, Georgia becoming RBU, Auburn losing Austin Davis, Herm Edwards future at Arizona State, Caleb Williams heading to USC, Jim Harbaugh staying at Michigan and the Full Perspective on the Vanderbilt Commodores right now. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about Jim Harbaugh leaving Michigan rumors, how it relates to Brian Kelly and Lincoln Riley, early Heisman odds, Stetson Bennett nowhere to be found, SEC Heisman interest, the case for and against Alabama making it back to the College Football Playoff Championship next year, Caleb Williams' interest in Wisconsin, Arkansas cleaning up in the transfer portal and much more (3:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni to talk college football, the chance that Georgia can repeat as CFB champions, Stetson Bennett's return, losing pieces on defense, the volatility of the SEC in 2022, PFF's Top 10 CFB QBs heading into 2022, Chubba Purdy and Casey Thompson to Nebraska, and much more (4:00). Then, Fangraphs' Jon Tayler joins the program to talk about this day in baseball history, Buster Olney's Top 10 MLB teams in 2022, Francisco Liriano and Melky Cabrera retiring, the White Sox possibly trading Craig Kimbrel, Carlos Correa's next contract, and the 2021 Cleveland Guardians season review (60:00). To wrap, Bills sideline reporter Sal Capaccio joins the program to talk about the Bills big win against the Patriots in the NFL Wildcard Round, how they beat the Pats, the elite play of Josh Allen, how the Bills can beat the Chiefs, matchups to watch versus Kansas City, what Buffalo will throw at Mahomes on Sunday and much more (120:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Jon Tayler, Sal Capaccio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Matt Green is the Chief Revenue officer for Sales Assembly. Matt and the Sales Assembly team offer the first Scale-as-a-Service Platform and work with some of the most exciting B2B tech companies in the world. Matt joins us today to talk about why it is so important for Sales Leaders to reach out to resources all around them so they don't have to do it alone. Matt shares some really helpful insights on how to create perspective and how to find resources that will help you create more impact, faster. To get more from Matt and the Sales Assembly team, head to www.salesassembly.com
Outsider and Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about his Georgia Bulldogs winning a National Championship versus Alabama, how the Dawgs took down the Crimson Tide, what was different this time, the rise of Stetson Bennett, the importance of the defense, Alabama's certain resurgence, Georgia's five-star depth everywhere and where we go from here in college football (3:00). Then, Utah Jazz radio host and Locked On's David Locke joins the program to talk about the Utah Jazz, if they can catch the Suns and Warriors out West, the importance of Rudy Gobert, if they need to make a move, a Ben Simmons trade possibility to Atlanta, who they've been watching on League Pass and much more (55:00). To wrap, Tift County head football coach Noel Dean sits down with Chase to talk about his Blue Devils, his first year in Georgia, coaching in the toughest region in the state, the development of his kids, adding more depth in the quarterback department, the victory over Camden County and much more (70:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, David Locke, Noel Dean Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Writer and director Matt Green began his career making music videos and produced the faith-based film No Greater Love for Lions Gate, directed by Brad Silverman. Matt is also a professor at The Master's University where he helms the Cinema and Digital Arts program. In January of this year the University released its first feature length movie, The Man From Nowhere, which was written and directed by Matt and made by 27 of it's students. For more information visit The Ministry of Motion Pictures ministryofmotionpictures.org
Matt Green, the director of TMU's Cinema & Digital Arts program and the driving force behind TMU's first feature film, stops by to discuss the potential pitfalls of making a faith film, the ingredients of a good movie, and what business Christians have entering the industry. To learn more about TMU's Cinema & Digital Arts program, click here.
For Matt Green, Chief Revenue Officer at Sales Assembly, it's all about the individual. Sales Assembly helps B2B technology organizations across the country “scale smarter,” with a people-focused approach. In this episode of Sales Lead Dog, Matt shares his philosophy of building the best sales team: hiring slow and as a team across the organization. For Matt, motivating your team means motivating the individual. He believes that taking the time to focus on individual needs can make all the difference in the success of your entire team - because as he says, in a team of four, “if three of them are a yes, and one of them is a no, then [the whole team is] a no.” And when it comes to motivating your team to use CRM… the key is to find both your carrot and your stick. Tune in this week to Sales Lead Dog to hear Matt's insights on hiring, and find out what the best salesperson he ever hired said in the interview that made all the difference. Quotes “…it's really tough, especially when you're hiring salespeople because if there's one thing about, you know, even not that great of a salesperson, he or she is probably halfway decent at selling themselves.” (22:31-22:43) “…setting up a hiring committee that you know consists of you as … the leader, consists of maybe a peer in a different department, consists of a peer that this person may not be working for but maybe working alongside… let's say of four people. And if three of them are, right, yes and one of them is a no, then it's a no.” (22:54-23:46) “It's important not to focus on motivating the team I think it's important to focus on how you motivate the individuals within the team.” (31:05-31:15) Links https://www.salesassembly.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/sales-assembly/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewcorneliusgreen/ Empellor CRM Website https://www.empellorcrm.com Empellor CRM LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/empellorcrm Podcast production and show notes provided by FIRESIDE Marketing https://meetfireside.com/podcast-production-service/
In this episode the wonderful Matt Green reads the story Dance With The Devil, which introduces us to the thoroughly objectionable Stanley Roker and will very probably put you off low-price chicken wings for life.