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Nashville Daily
Who Owns the East Bank? | Episode 895

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 32:50


One Nashville CEO says even in a recession, Nashville could be ahead of the curve. Have you ever wondered what other Nashvillians thought of your neighborhood? Now there's a map for that. Plus, how does Metro Nashville plan to use the land that they own along the East Bank?Take a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Brad Reynolds  https://thinkbrad.com/Blessed Day Coffee   https://www.blesseddaycoffee.com/   Use Code "XPLR20" for 20% off at checkoutNash NewsRecession odds boosted by Covid in Nashville, Colin Reed sayshttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/08/26/why-nashville-can-weather-a-recession-how-covid-19.htmlNashville Neighborhood Maphttps://hoodmaps.com/nashville-neighborhood-mapImagine Eastbank Imagine Eastbank | Metro Owned Land https://ewscripps.brightspotcdn.com/c3/53/8cd96dbd415f9a769576c7eb3730/220819-draft-for-website.pdfPrevious East Bank Episodeshttps://nashvilledailypodcast.com/search?q=East%20BankNashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH   Website -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/   YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/   Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash   NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.life

This Is Nashville
Navigating birth control in Tennessee's post-Roe world

This Is Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 50:35


In the wake of the Roe v. Wade decision, a lot of people were left wondering: What does this mean for access to birth control and emergency contraception? While birth control remains fully available in Tennessee, the process of selecting and obtaining contraception can be difficult to navigate. From the pill, to intrauterine devices, to vasectomies or condoms, understanding and obtaining birth control options can be overwhelming — and not to mention, at times, expensive to access.  To better understand the process of learning about and obtaining birth control, we are talking to three Nashvillians who have personal experience with birth control. Then, we're joined by a panel of medical and legal experts to hear about what resources are available in Tennessee — and find out if these options are here to stay. But first, WPLN metro reporter Ambriehl Crutchfield joins us to discuss Nashville's vision for the East Bank development. Guests: Ambriehl Crutchfield, WPLN metro reporter Mollie Fox, student at Belmont University Bernisha McFerrin, esthetician and mother of three Alyson Nordstrom, co-founder of Teens for Reproductive Rights and high school student Ashley Coffield, CEO of Planned Parenthood of Tennessee and North Mississippi  Dr. Kimberly Looney, OBGYN and former chief medical officer of Planned Parenthood of Tennessee and North Mississippi  Ellen Clayton, professor of law at Vanderbilt University

A Second Opinion with Senator Bill Frist, M.D.
190 - Mark Yancy, NashvilleHealth CEO, on Building a Value Proposition for Health Equity

A Second Opinion with Senator Bill Frist, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 75:39


Mark Yancy is the CEO of NashvilleHealth, a community collaborative focused on improving the health and well-being of all Nashvillians. A lifelong Tennessean, Mark has led the organization for less than a year, but has already made tremendous progress in bringing together diverse stakeholders to creatively move the needle on population health outcomes.    Prior to joining the non-profit, Mark spent 15 years in healthcare focusing on the underserved, with leadership roles at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare in Memphis and at DaVita Kidney Care.    NashvilleHealth is an organization we started in 2016 with a group of committed community leaders who wanted to see the health of our residents reflect our status as the health services capital of the nation. Surprisingly, Nashville's health consistently ranks below that of our peer cities.    In my conversation with Mark today, we talk about changing our city's health trajectory, how our approach can be a model for other cities, and why establishing baseline data is central to understanding the problems and forming solutions.    Learn more about NashvilleHealth at: https://www.nashvillehealth.org/    Nashville Community Health & Well-being Survey: https://www.nashvillehealth.org/survey/ 

Pathway to Promise Podcast w/ Dr. Brad Miller
213: Live a Life of Significance with Aaron Walker

Pathway to Promise Podcast w/ Dr. Brad Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 38:14


Aaron Walker was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, and he identifies himself as a native Nashvillian. He is a businessman, life coach, and author that helps others. He has written the book “View from the Top: Living a Life of Significance” and established a program called “Iron Sharpens Iron Mastermind.” He had dedicated to helping others and motivated people via his leadership, mentoring, and guidance.  He believes in the power of experience on how it can affect and influence your life. He personally experienced this when an accident impacted his life, eventually leading to the path he has today. On August 1, 2001, Aaron experienced what changed his life. It was a great morning in Nashville. He was on his way to the office when a man suddenly ran in front of his car to cross the road to reach the opposite lane. It was an accident that no one wanted to happen, but it had a significant impact on his life that he couldn't easily move on from. Episode 213 of The Beyond Adversity Podcast is for those who are going through adversity in their life and trying to overcome them.  In this episode, Aaron explains how he developed into who he is today by going through challenges in his life. He was able to survive his difficulties in life and became an inspiration to people. Despite all these challenges his faced, his faith in God remains strong. "The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller is published weekly with the mission of helping people "Grow Through What They Go Through" as they navigate adversity and discover their promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose.  https://www.viewfromthetop.com/ (https://www.viewfromthetop.com/) Book: https://www.amazon.com/View-Top-Living-Life-Significance/dp/1683502604 (https://www.amazon.com/View-Top-Living-Life-Significance/dp/1683502604) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoachAaronWalker/  (https://www.facebook.com/CoachAaronWalker/ )  Twitter: https://twitter.com/VFTCoach (https://twitter.com/VFTCoach)  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronwalkerviewfromthetop/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronwalkerviewfromthetop/)

This Is Nashville
Practicing vegetarianism for health, environment, community and spirit

This Is Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 50:39


Having a meal with family and friends can be an experience of deep connectedness — or a table full of landmines. We're jugging not only sensitive topics, but sensitive stomachs, palates and dietary choices. Your best friend is gluten-free, your brother's boyfriend is lactose-intolerant, and your uncle only eats meat. It can make for a tricky menu! Most of us are only one degree of separation from someone who identifies as some kind of vegetarian. In this episode, we bring to the table Nashvillians who practice vegetarianism for religious and health benefits — as well as an expression of the world as we wish it could be. But first, @ us! Guests: Hemanth Rangarajan, IT professional, Hindu vegetarian Tewodros "Teddy" Manaye, software professional, vice president of Ethiopian Community Association in Nashville, Ethiopian Orthodox Cara Suvall, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law, Jewish vegetarian Mariah Ragland, owner, Radical Rabbit Rev. Mikey Noechel, MS, Buddhist teacher and pastoral counselor

Backstage Pass Radio
S3: E4: Sarah Faith - Perfect Hair, Horses, & Harmonies

Backstage Pass Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 82:46 Transcription Available


Interview with Sarah Faith, Singer / Songwriter out of Orlinda, TN. A Michigan-born Nashvillian, Sarah Faith is an artist-songwriter that builds her musical catalog and sound around her life's experiences, including addiction, abuse, and mental health. As an independent Americana artist, Sarah has been strongly influenced by a diverse musical background. The result is a healthy mix of blues and roots rock, folk, alt-country, and indie rock genres. Her warm, soulful voice brings fans songs written about close-to-the-heart stories with a distinct kind of vulnerability and realness. Having dealt with depression and anxiety most of her life, Sarah aims to relate to her audience through her struggles. “We all deal with curve balls and unexpected turns in life. None of us are dealt perfect hands. I've just found a way to not let it control me. That's what drives me to create music the most.” Since her abusive alcoholic mother lost her life to addiction in 2017, her ambitions have been ever-evolving, but one thing remains constant: “I want to show people that no matter how dark your story is or how ridiculous and crazy your family is, you have the choice; you can turn your struggles into good things.”Sarah released her debut album, Lessons From The Archives, in June 2021. She is also the winner of Goodyear's From Garage To Glory which afforded opportunities like performing twice at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, singing the National Anthem at the 2022 Cotton Bowl, performing at Nashville's Hard Rock Cafe, and singing the National Anthem at NASCAR's Xfinity race in Daytona in 2022. Faith has her foot on the gas pedal and is ready to make lots of noise in 2022 with the coming of a sophomore album and plans to get on the road.

Real Estate Reserve Podcast
#126- Commercial Syndication Case-Studies with Developer Tyler Cauble

Real Estate Reserve Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 50:05


Tyler Cauble is Founding Principal and President of The Cauble Group. He's a native Nashvillian that has not only been a witness to the city's tremendous growth, but is also involved in it through his developments, renovation projects, and volunteer work. As President of The Cauble Group, Tyler helps bring together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in retail, office, industrial, and multi-family real estate. He's committed to helping business owners understand the market so that they can grow their business and be part of Nashville's future. Cauble is also the best-selling author of Open For Business: The Insider's Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate. Tune in now and watch the video version of the podcast at www.realestatereservepodcast.com I f you enjoyed this podcast we would appreciate a positive review...  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/real-estate-reserve-podcast/id1507982777

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Vertically Integrating in Commercial Real Estate

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 18:45


Vertically integrating your business into commercial real estate allows your company to streamline operations by taking direct ownerships to various phases of your business process.    Tyler Cauble is the Founding Principal and President of The Cauble Group. He's a native Nashvillian, not only a witness to the city's tremendous growth but is also involved in it through his developments, renovation projects, and volunteer work. As President of The Cauble Group, Tyler helps bring together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in retail, office, industrial, and multi-family real estate. He's committed to helping business owners understand the market to grow their businesses and be part of Nashville's future. Cauble is also the best-selling author of Open For Business: The Insider's Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate. [00:01 - 05:16] Opening Segment   Tyler  Cauble started his career as a project manager for his grandfather's construction company. Creating a company to buy debt - going through learning curves In 2013, he was brought on to work for a boutique developer and leased a couple of properties. Tyler's first project was selling 42 townhomes down in Bellevue, A 10-minute drive Southwest of Nashville. He wrote a book on leasing commercial real estate called Open for Business. Tyler started the Cauble Group, which is his commercial real estate brokerage.   [05:17 - 10:17]How to Grow a Vertical Business with Multiple Channels Tyler Started multiple businesses to grow vertically integrated His key to success was being very in the same lane with his team and doing this similarly with development and investment groups To do this, getting people trained and putting the right people in their rightful seats.   [10:18 - 17:33] Industrial Real Estate: The Bright Future There is a limited supply in the current state of industrial real estate. Industrial real estate is a good investment because it has a low turnover rate and high demands. There is an opportunity to build flex spaces  Flex space can be from 12 to 18 dollars a foot. Tyler buys properties that are already zoned. He suggested that if you are buying properties that need rezoning, talk to your local Alderman, Councilman, and politicians and make sure your neighborhood supports your request. [17:56 - 20:01] Closing Segment   Reach out to Tyler See links below  Final words Tweetable Quote   “If you've got to go through rezoning, just make sure you talk to your local alderman, Councilman, politicians, etc. And make sure the neighborhood's going to support it.”  - Tyler Cauble   ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Tyler Cauble by visiting his website at https://www.tylercauble.com/   Resources Mentioned   Open for Business: The Insider's Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate     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 → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com [00:00:00] Tyler Cauble: One thing that I will say about starting multiple different companies and, growing them all is make sure that you're very much in the same lane, right? Like we are very vertically integrated. The cobble group was my main project for the longest time. And every time the cobble group would go get a listing. [00:00:17] Tyler Cauble: persol which is my property management company would get the management  [00:00:20] Intro: 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.  [00:00:32] Sam Wilson: Tyler cobble is a commercial real estate broker, developer, and investor based in Nashville, Tennessee. Tyler. Welcome to the show.  [00:00:39] Tyler Cauble: Sam. Thanks for having me on buddy. I'm excited to be  [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: here. Hey man, I, I appreciate the pleasures of mine. I think you might win the award and I'm sure you get this a lot for the best beard on a podcast. [00:00:49] Sam Wilson: I'm absolutely jealous. How long have you been growing  [00:00:52] Tyler Cauble: that? Thank you. Man it's been about this link for, I don't know right now, probably a year or two. I've usually got a pretty long one. Yeah. I used to keep it a little more trimmed up, but now, we live in a post pandemic world, I wear t-shirts and grew my beard out. [00:01:05] Tyler Cauble: So it's  [00:01:06] Sam Wilson: I hear you different. I hear you, man. I can't grow any hair on the top of my head, but I can grow a heck of a beard, but I just could never, I just never had the  [00:01:14] Tyler Cauble: patience. I'll take that trade off all day. I'd rather have a beard with no hair on my head. [00:01:18] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. I would not grow. I would never not be bald. Like I love being bald. There's no complaints. Absolutely none. Tyler, there are three questions. I ask every guest who comes from the show and 90 seconds or less you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did  [00:01:31] Tyler Cauble: you get there? [00:01:32] Tyler Cauble: So I jumped outta college after my freshman year at the university of Tennessee moved back to Nashville and started working as a project manager for my grandfather's construction company. And about three months into that, a boutique developer that I had actually sold to from a summer job. The year I graduated from high school. [00:01:49] Tyler Cauble: Heard that I was back in town and he wanted me to come work for him and lease a couple of properties that he had. This was back in 2013, the commercial real estate market was very different. It was very slow. We had nice assets that were 70% occupied, which is really bad. So they brought me in, I started working on those. [00:02:05] Tyler Cauble: I got to sit in on the development meetings every week for two years, three years. Until I finally learned how to put my own development together. So my first project was 42 town homes for sale down in Bellevue, which is about 10 minutes Southwest in Nashville and left shortly thereafter wrote a book on leasing commercial real estate called open for business. [00:02:25] Tyler Cauble: Started the cobble group, which is my commercial real estate brokerage. Six months later started Perol property management. And then about a year after that started my investment in development company. Since then we've acquired about 2.1 million square feet of commercial real estate mostly office and retail. [00:02:40] Tyler Cauble: A little bit of industrial in Tennessee. So national and Chattanooga eventually we'll expand beyond that, but that's where we.  [00:02:46] Sam Wilson: Man that is a lot of moving pieces. It sounds like you regret dropping out of  [00:02:51] Tyler Cauble: college. Ah, it's the worst decision I could have ever made. I can't believe I did that. man, what's funny is seriously like the, the second year, like when all of my friends were graduating, I did truly regret it. [00:03:02] Tyler Cauble: Commercial real estate is hard and I thought that coming into it, I was gonna make six figures my first year. Cause I was actually really good at. Got absolutely crushed. I made like 40 grand my first year. And the second year when all of my friends were graduating, I was looking at my my pay stub again. [00:03:17] Tyler Cauble: And it was like, I swear, $40,500. It was like $500 difference. And here I am like, man, all my friends are graduating with degrees. I'm making no money at all. What did I do to myself? And of course that year I tripled my income. So haven't looked back.  [00:03:32] Sam Wilson: Right. No, man. That's great. I love that. [00:03:35] Sam Wilson: I love that. Tell me, like, as you went through this process, was there a guide, was there a mentor or does this just come naturally for you?  [00:03:44] Tyler Cauble: So on the sales front, I think it's just a natural thing. It's very easy for me to sit down with somebody and have a conversation. I, I could talk to a wall if I really wanted to. [00:03:52] Tyler Cauble: But you know, on the commercial real estate front, there, there have been many mentors throughout my career. I'm a big believer that, while you can gain some knowledge from podcasts, you can gain knowledge from books, from YouTube, whatever. Learning from somebody actually going through the process is by far the best way to learn commercial real estate. [00:04:10] Tyler Cauble: I've had mentors from, the ground of development perspective. I've had mentors on syndication. I've had mentors on multifamily. I've had mentors on brokerage. I'm a big believer that you'll never have just one mentor. And I feel like a lot of new investors get caught up on that. I've just gotta find that one person that's gonna show me what to do now. [00:04:28] Tyler Cauble: You don't find multiple people. Everybody has one thing that they're really good at. Just go learn that one thing from.  [00:04:34] Sam Wilson: Mentors either come with a price or you somehow know them relationally before. I guess, where you eventually figure out that, Hey, you might be able to add value to them and they can add value to you. [00:04:44] Sam Wilson: How did you find a good mentor or mentors, I guess, as you're explaining to us?  [00:04:49] Tyler Cauble: Yeah, I was just getting out in the world of commercial real estate, as much as I could going to masterminds and going to real estate investors meetings. Just being as good of a broker as I could be, because, if you want a badass investor to start paying attention to you and to want to spend more time with you, go out and bring them deals, go out and make them money. [00:05:10] Tyler Cauble: Right because the better deals that you bring them, the better tenants that you bring to their properties, the easier you are to work with the better your marketing is, whatever that ends up being the more that developer or that investor is going to want to be around you. And then if they see that you're really willing to put that much effort into it'll, they'll take you under their wing. [00:05:27] Tyler Cauble: That's happened to me time and time again. .  [00:05:29] Sam Wilson: No, that's great. That's absolutely great advice. Let's talk about building a vertically integrated. You've got a lot of different channels in your business. I'm sure at this point with a lot of different people doing a lot of different things, what's been your key to growing and scaling that business. [00:05:44] Sam Wilson: Walk us through that process. How'd you get it  [00:05:46] Tyler Cauble: done? Yeah, I just I cannot sit still. So, shortly after I started company, I have to start another one. Right. We've got the cobble group, which I founded in 2018 February of 2018. That's my commercial real estate brokerage. Six months after that we had several clients that were selling residential portfolios and 10 31 exchanging into retail shopping centers that needed management. [00:06:06] Tyler Cauble: So I had a background in that from the boutique developer that I worked with started a management company. It's also pretty nice. You get income every month instead of just whenever you close deals. Right. And then a year after that started a development and investment company buying and developing my own properties and, the. [00:06:22] Tyler Cauble: One thing that I will say about starting multiple different companies growing them all is make sure that you're very much in the same lane, right? Like we are very vertically integrated. The cobble group was my main project for the longest time. And every time the cobble group would go get a listing. [00:06:39] Tyler Cauble: persol which is my property management company would get the management, right. Because we could kind of co-PItch them. So I didn't have to go out of my way to work for one company. I was kind of working for all the companies at the same time. And so now I'm doing something very similar with the development and investment groups. [00:06:54] Tyler Cauble: So every time I go out and find a property to buy now, the cobble group gets the four lease listing or the, for sale listing and Persol gets the property management agreement. So, It makes sure that I don't get distracted, cuz it's very easy to just get distract. Like I didn't go start a bar while I'm doing a commercial real estate brokerage. [00:07:10] Sam Wilson: Those are two very different. Right. No, well said. And I appreciate breaking that down. What were the keys though? How did you find the good people? How did you, for me, it's one of, one of the common struggles in this probably is not just for me, but for a lot of people is onboarding, getting people trained at the right people in the right seats. [00:07:29] Sam Wilson: Like that's really granular. And really the more of the role of an integrator. Are you the integrator or do you have an excellent integrator on your team or what's .  [00:07:37] Tyler Cauble: No, I am definitely not an integrator. I am like a lone Wolf salesman. I just wanna go close deals. Like that's the only thing that I wanna do. [00:07:45] Tyler Cauble: Cuz I'm really good at it and I love it. If I wanted to grow and scale and get to, some of my future goals, which is owning a lot of real estate and developing towers and stuff like that, I've gotta grow a team around me. I can't just be doing that, totally solo. So, no, I'll be upfront and honest. [00:07:59] Tyler Cauble: Like I've never been the best manager of people. I'm not a good manager of people. So because of that, Have learned over the years to try and hire self starters, more independent people that are willing to just go out and do the work on their own. And so, we've got a team I've got probably 10 employees now. [00:08:16] Tyler Cauble: And just about every single one of them is like that. I don't really have to tell them what to do on a daily basis. They know what they need to be doing. And they're bought in through. Profit share. And some other incentives, bonuses, stuff like that, that we've got set up based on their performance for the year, for the quarter, whatever that is. [00:08:33] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. And that's, that's, that, that makes a lot of sense. Who was your first key  [00:08:37] Tyler Cauble: hire? Who? My first key hire was the second broker. Back in the day when I first started the firm, I mean, when I left the development firm to start my own thing, I realized just how much their influence on my marketing was stifling my own business. [00:08:53] Tyler Cauble: Cuz as a broker, you're a 10 99, you're an independent contractor. Like you eat what you kill. Right. But this company would not let me a market in some of the ways that I wanted to like. Doing stuff through Instagram and Facebook and whatever, like they just wanted billboards. [00:09:05] Tyler Cauble: Like they thought that was the way to market, which is hilarious to me. But as soon as I left and started doing my stuff I tripled my business that year. Like we went from probably four to $5 million a year to about $15 million a year in sales for the brokerage, which was pretty good for being in, I guess, starting your brokerage for the first. [00:09:24] Tyler Cauble: So, that was pretty telling for me that I was headed in the right direction for sure. Yeah,  [00:09:28] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. So the second broker was your first key hire there. I love all that. Are there any other channels or businesses in the real estate sphere that you say, man, this is one more, one more bolt on to our current suite of businesses that I'm really looking to, to. [00:09:45] Sam Wilson: Yeah.  [00:09:45] Tyler Cauble: We've toyed with the idea of construction adding that on before, but, it's it, that's so intense and sometimes it's just easier to be able to blame a third party and hold them true to a contract than it is to worry about, your team member, not falling through. [00:09:59] Tyler Cauble: So that, it's kind of why we haven't started that yet. And then, underneath the property management company, we've looked at expanding and acquiring others. Companies beneath that. So, like all of the vendors that we use on every single property now that I own 2.1 million square feet we manage far more than that too. [00:10:13] Tyler Cauble: We kinda get these economies of scale. So why not buy our own H V a C company that works for us, but also third parties? Why not buy our own landscaping company, our plumbing company, electrical company, whatever that ends up being because we'll be one of our biggest clients, right? This means that we know that we can support that business. [00:10:28] Tyler Cauble: That business just needs to go out and find third-party work too. Right,  [00:10:32] Sam Wilson: right. Yeah. Those are all excellent. Excellent points. And I guess, just again, it goes back to, and this is something we talk about in this show all the time is just the right people. Like it's, it goes back to finding the right people and the right seats on the bus. [00:10:45] Sam Wilson: Otherwise you're gonna buy an electrical company that you're gonna go,  [00:10:50] Tyler Cauble: oh my gosh. Now I just bought dad weight. I just  bought a job. just bought a job [00:10:52] Sam Wilson:. Right. And now we're trying to resuscitate a dying electrical company. Bad processes , bad employees and bad culture and oh, no, not about  [00:11:02] Tyler Cauble: that. [00:11:02] Sam Wilson: No. So that's but that really, that is really cool. I love the forward thinking there where it's like, okay, what else can we tack on here that will supplement or not supplement, but. I can even find compliment. Hey, there we go. Thank you. Ding ding, ding, you win the prize. [00:11:15] Sam Wilson: Compliment your current suite of business. That's really cool. I wanna shift gears here and talk about industrial real estate. Why you're excited about it. Why you guys are investing in it personally and why you see such a bright future  [00:11:27] Tyler Cauble: for it? Yeah, I think industrial real estate has been the darling out of this last economic cycle, before. [00:11:35] Tyler Cauble: It wasn't really that sexy, right? , people just didn't really care about industrial real estate. It was just kind of a, it was out there. And now, with the rise of eCommerce, especially it's, as cities grow, industrial tends to get torn down, right. Because there's a higher and better use. [00:11:50] Tyler Cauble: Maybe you can build multifamily or whatever. Well, as cities grow. eCommerce grows and industrial's getting torn down. That means that there's a very limited supply of this real estate asset. And it's performing exceptionally well almost all over the entire country, but there are, of course, like the Southeast very partial to, since I'm out here. [00:12:09] Tyler Cauble: But look, online sales are gonna continue to. Like eCommerce, isn't going anywhere. If anything is going to just get bigger and bigger as these companies figure out how to sell you things even faster and better the supply of industrial properties is not growing rapidly. It takes a long time to build these buildings. [00:12:24] Tyler Cauble: A lot of developers are focusing more on the a hundred thousand 500,000 million plus square foot building. And there's a massive need for the 20, 30, 40, 50,000 square foot building. So if you've got some industrial land, I would certainly look at building some smaller flex space. And then typically what you'll see in industrial properties is less turnover than you might in some other asset classes. [00:12:46] Tyler Cauble: Because with a limited supply with prices rising and with just the absolute pain that it causes for some of these industrial tenants to move it's just not worth the move. So you'll, you likely have tenants there for quite some time.  [00:13:02] Sam Wilson: Yeah, that talking about the tenant comment. That reminds me a lot of mobile home parks where it's like the cost to move a mobile home is just so great that like 50 bucks, 50 bucks a month extra in a rent bump is like, well, I could spend 50 bucks a month or I could spend 10 grand or eight grand moving this. [00:13:17] Sam Wilson: So I guess I'll pay the 50 bucks a month. Exactly. That, that makes a heck of a lot of. Flex space. That's a term that maybe our listeners and maybe I am only mildly familiar with. When you say smaller flex space, it sounds like there's an opportunity there that maybe has great demand, but maybe limited supply. [00:13:32] Sam Wilson: What is that? What is flex space and then, walk us through what that means, I guess if you  [00:13:36] Tyler Cauble: can. Yeah. So flex space is a type of industrial real estate that. Flexible and it's use, I know we get very creative with our terms here in, in CRA . So what that means is, you could have, let's say it's 5,000 square feet and you've got 4,500 square feet of warehouse and 500 square feet of office. [00:13:53] Tyler Cauble: It's kind of flexible in the use. You could. Add more office, get it up to a thousand square feet of office and 4,000 square feet of warehouse. You'll see some showrooms that look like that. You'll see. Sometimes it's just literally 3000 square feet of condition warehouse, whatever ends up being, but it's that smaller industrial sub sector that, your local electrician or plumber, or, some smaller eCommerce startup, that's making candles and needs to be shipping them out, but they need a little office as well. [00:14:21] Tyler Cauble: that kind of business, those spaces just aren't being developed as often as they were back before this economic cycle. Right. Because again, everybody's now focused on distribution and logistics for eCommerce. So definitely an opportunity there to supply. The space for those types of tenants. [00:14:39] Sam Wilson: How does  [00:14:40] Sam Wilson: someone evaluate that, that market and say, okay, this is a great spot for smaller flex space. How where does that, where do they  [00:14:48] Tyler Cauble: start? Yeah, if you see some other flex buildings nearby, smaller warehouses good access, right? Maybe near an interstate, maybe you're near some major thoroughfares you're not far from downtown. [00:14:58] Tyler Cauble: You think about what the needs of those kinds of tenants are. Well, you know what an electrician could be. 30 minutes south and then 15 minutes east, and then they've got an appointment north of town. So they need to be centrally located. They need to be in a more affordable area , and they need to have, taller ceilings. [00:15:14] Tyler Cauble: So it just depends on, you don't have to be in like a heavy manufacturing, industrial area. You can be kind of within a neighborhood. You see a lot of urban neighborhoods that have some smaller warehousing and industrial properties where that could be pretty good. Are  [00:15:29] Sam Wilson: there any headwinds in the industrial space as a whole, that you say, man here's a market risk that we should be looking out for. [00:15:36] Tyler Cauble: I think just being careful of how much you're paying for land and how much you're paying for construction because construction costs have gone up. Land has gone up and at the end of the day, there's only so much rent that these kinds of businesses can pay. And you as an investor have to play that line of, okay. [00:15:54] Tyler Cauble: How can we deliver a property that is going to be desirable enough to where it's gonna get leased. But, we're also maximizing our returns and, downsizing our risk. And when I first got started in the business nine years ago, you would look at flex space for six bucks, a foot, right? [00:16:10] Tyler Cauble: Incredibly cheap. Now we're looking at flex space between 12 and $18 a foot. So, and that's in nine years. So you just think about if you were a small business, like you were a local electrician and your rent in the last nine years has tripled well, either you, your business better have tripled or you're gonna be looking for something else. [00:16:31] Tyler Cauble: So that's probably just something to keep in mind is just your overall cost and how much rent you're gonna have to charge to make a return. Is  [00:16:36] Sam Wilson: there, are there any zoning restrictions? Are there, is it tough to get that space through. Permitting process from a, usually from a city level. [00:16:45] Tyler Cauble: Yes and no. I would go after land. That's already zoned. But this is a light industrial use, right? If, if you're trying to get it rezoned for car manufacturing, that's a, an entirely different process and you're gonna have a lot of trouble, but for light warehousing, it's a co it's a commercial use. [00:17:01] Tyler Cauble: So, I would, again, aim for something that's already zoned, but you know, if you've gotta go through rezoning, just make sure you talk to your local alderman, Councilman, politicians, whatever they call 'em in your area. And make sure the neighborhood's gonna support it.  [00:17:13] Sam Wilson: Right. Absolutely. Absolutely. [00:17:15] Sam Wilson: Tyler, this has been fascinating, learned certainly a lot about how you have grown your business, how you vertically integrated all of your businesses actually. And I think that's been, that was a really cool conversation for taking the time to kind of break down how you've done that. And then really tell us about what you see in the industrial space and where it is now and where you know, where it's heading and, again, just a small nugget there that there is right now, a hu huge need. [00:17:37] Sam Wilson: In the smaller flex space and really how to get involved in that. Are there any other closing thoughts here you'd like to share with the listeners before we sign off?  [00:17:45] Tyler Cauble: Sure. The only thing is I've got a couple of free downloads on my website for your team and a couple of calculators in case anybody wants to jump on there and calculate commercial rents or cap rates, anything like that. [00:17:55] Tyler Cauble: I also have free downloads for my due diligence checklist, which is what we use every time we're going through the buying process. A letter of intent for whenever releasing, and then you can get a free copy of my book. Open for business, the insiders guide to leasing commercial real estate. That's all on my website. [00:18:08] Tyler Cauble: Tyler cobble.com/.  [00:18:11] Sam Wilson: Awesome. Tyler cobble.com/scale. We will make sure we put that in the show notes. Tyler, thank you again for coming on today. I do appreciate it.  [00:18:19] Tyler Cauble: Thanks for having me, Sam. [00:18:20] Outro: 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. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. [00:18:41] Outro: So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.  

Curious Nashville
How an ornamental tree led neighbors to their street's hidden history

Curious Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 6:56


A sixth-generation Nashvillian says she's rarely surprised by new information about her city — but did start wondering about what she describes as a “bonsai-looking cypress tree” in her yard. Curious Nashville learns more. You can view the tree featured in this story at WPLN.org/Curious.

Broadening the Narrative
57. S4 E8 Exchanging Retributive Punishment for Transformative Justice with Rahim Buford

Broadening the Narrative

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 70:50


In this episode, I talked with Rahim Buford. Rahim was paroled in 2015 after 26 consecutive years of confinement. A native Nashvillian, Rahim has seen and felt how poverty negatively impacts people in the criminal legal system. Arrested at age 18, he lived more than half of his life within seven different prisons across Tennessee. During that time, he completed course work for Lipscomb University, Ohio University, and Vanderbilt Divinity School. Rahim was a co-founder of Salt (Schools for Alternative Learning and Transformation), an inclusive undergraduate program that provides a safe learning space for non-traditional students at Riverbend Prison. While incarcerated, he also self-published his own book, Save Your Own Life. Upon his release from prison, Rahim received a Presidential Scholarship to American Baptist College, and worked part time as an organizer for Children's Defense Fund Nashville. In 2017, he founded Unheard Voices Outreach to assist currently and formerly incarcerated navigate reentry. Rahim graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree in Entrepreneurial Leadership in 2019. He managed the Nashville Community Bail Fund from 2018 to 2021. Rahim uses his voice to advocate for decarceration and transformative justice. Connect with Rahim Buford: IG @rahim_buford & @unheardvoicesoutreach Twitter @Rahimbuford & @OutreachVoices Facebook - facebook.com/rahimbuford & facebook.com/unheardvoicesoutreach Website: unheardvoicesoutreach.org Resources Mentioned: Rahim Buford on Rumors of Grace podcast How the Word Is Passed by Clint Smith The music for this episode was created by Joshua Pappas, my oldest child. We worked together using the Chrome Music Lab: Song Maker and had so much fun. I want to thank Danielle Bolin for creating the episode graphic. If you like what you heard in this episode, share it with a friend and on social media. I really think that little by little, person by person, we can broaden the narrative. In addition, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode. Then, rate and review to help others find the show. Connect with Nicki Pappas: Order As Familiar As Family Website nickipappas.com IG @broadeningthenarrative Twitter @broadnarrative Facebook - facebook.com/groups/broadeningthenarrative Broadening the Narrative blog Episode Transcripts: broadeningthenarrative.blogspot.com (transcripts can be found here as they become available)

Nashville Daily
The Lost Sea | Episode 861

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 32:23


Do you want to share your thoughts on public transit? WeGo is giving Nashvillians the opportunity to do so. Mayor Cooper gives his thoughts on the new way Nashville is handling economic development. And did you know there was a sea in Tennessee? That's right, we'll tell you all about this body of water on today's episode.Take a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Brad Reynolds  https://thinkbrad.com/Bowtie Barber Clubhttps://www.bowtiebarberclub.com/Nash NewsWeGo calls for public comment on proposed transit changeshttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/wego-public-transit-wants-to-hear-from-you-on-proposed-transit-changesMayor John Cooper responds to calls of leadership vacuum on economic-development strategyhttps://www.tennessean.com/story/money/2022/07/12/nashville-mayor-john-cooper-responds-calls-leadership-vacuum-economic-development-strategy/7822694001/The Lost Sea The Lost Seahttps://thelostsea.com/Explore an Underground Lake in a Glass-Bottom Boat in This Tennessee Townhttps://www.southernliving.com/travel/tennessee/tennessee-underground-lake-glass-bottom-boat-tourThe Lost Sea: Tennessee's Stunning Subterranean Cave Lakehttps://unusualplaces.org/lost-sea-tennessee/This Tennessee Town Is Home to America's Largest Underground Lake — and You Can Sail a Glass-bottomed Boat on Ithttps://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/lost-sea-craighead-caverns-underground-lakeTennessee Is Home To A Bottomless Lake And You'll Want To See It For Yourselfhttps://www.onlyinyourstate.com/tennessee/the-lost-sea-tn/This Is Where You Can Find Tennessee's Lost Sea (And Yes, You Can Tour Its Cavernous Underground)https://www.thetravel.com/where-is-the-lost-sea-in-tennessee/Nashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH   Website -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/   YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/   Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash   NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.life

Nashville Daily
The Gulch in 2026 | Episode 844

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 29:21


The Edgehill neighborhood will soon be in the stages of developing their own neighborhood master plan. Mayor Cooper is giving Nashvillians $20 Million to build community projects. Plus, how many new breakout neighborhoods can there be from the Gulch by 2026?Take a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Brad Reynolds  https://thinkbrad.com/Bowtie Barber Clubhttps://www.bowtiebarberclub.com/Nash NewsMetro plans for Edgehill neighborhood study | Development | nashvillepost.comhttps://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/metro-plans-for-edgehill-neighborhood-study/article_d9d85910-ee57-11ec-b02e-f308ccb96e2b.htmlNashville mayor proposes $20 million for participatory budgetinghttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/nashville-mayor-proposes-20-million-for-participatory-budgetingNashville in 2026 PT. 4The GulchGulch Union https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/02/15/gulch-union-phase-two.htmlPaseo South Gulchhttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/04/27/someraroad-towers.htmlAspire Gulchhttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/07/22/hoar-construction-aspire-gulch-apartments.html909 Divisionhttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/06/22/chicago-lg-development-gulch-office-apartments.htmlCanopy by Hiltonhttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2019/11/18/first-look-bigger-hotel-development-brewing-in-the.htmlNashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH   Website -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/   YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/   Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash   NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.life

This Is Nashville
Keeping cool during Nashville's record-breaking heat wave

This Is Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 50:34


If you've stepped outside in Nashville this week, you know the heat right now is no joke. The fire department has responded to dozens of heat sickness-related calls just this week. Residents are being asked to conserve energy to reduce strain on the grid. Forecasters expect things to cool down just a bit over the Juneteenth weekend, but then we could hit 100 degrees next week. How long has it been since that happened? We pose that and more burning questions to a meteorologist. We also talk with Nashvillians who spend most or all of their time outdoors about how they're coping, and with service providers who are working to provide relief to those who are most vulnerable. At the top of the hour, we talk with WPLN senior health care reporter Blake Farmer about harm reduction efforts at music festivals, including Bonnaroo, which gets under way this weekend. Guests: Sam Shamburger, lead forecaster at National Weather Service Nashville Maurice Ballard, vendor for The Contributor Phoenix, unhoused Nashville resident Alex Smith, outreach worker Carrie Gatlin, vice president of ministries at Nashville Rescue Mission Hot weather resources: The Metro Action Commission Fan and Air Conditioner program provides fans and air conditioner window units to those in need at no cost. To apply or to make a contribution, call 615-862-8860, ext. 70120, or go to the agency's website. The Metro Office of Emergency Management has published a list of heat precautions on their website Heat safety tips from The National Weather Service

Nashville Daily
Top Father's Day Activities in Nashville | Episode 837

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 26:35


Metro Council blindsides Nashvillians with a building purchase. A new luxury mall was just announced to be built in Nashville. Plus, don't go this week without making father's day plans. We'll help you prepare for this upcoming Sunday in Nashville with our list of best activities for Father's Day.Take a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Brad Reynolds  https://thinkbrad.com/Bowtie Barber Clubhttps://www.bowtiebarberclub.com/Nash NewsNashville Council buys $20.3M former Tennessee School for the Blind, ultimate use remains undecidedhttps://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/davidson/2022/06/08/metro-buys-20-3-m-former-tennessee-school-blind/7459920001/New Luxury Mall In Nashvillehttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/06/09/aj-capital-retail.html?ana=TRUEANTHEMFB_NA&fs=e&s=clFather's Day 2022Where to eat on Father's DayAdele's Nashville https://www.adelesrestaurant.com/menu/fathers-day/Honeyfire BBQhttps://honeyfire.com/Martin's BBQhttps://www.martinsbbqjoint.com/Gabby's Burger and Frieshttp://gabbysburgersandfries.com/The Southern Steak and Oysterhttps://www.thesouthernnashville.com/Cherokee Steakhousehttps://cherokeemarina.com/Father's Day in Nashvillehttp://nashvilleguru.com/107623/fathers-day-in-nashvilleFather's Day Activities2021 EpisodeThe Nashville Father's Day Guide | Episode 561Places to VisitLane Motor Museumhttps://www.lanemotormuseum.org/Discover the Civil War Trailhttps://www.battleofnashvilletrust.org/store/Firing Rangeshttps://www.royalrangeusa.com/https://www.armoryranges.com/location/nashville-armoryGo fly fishinghttps://tennesseeonthefly.com/http://tnmovingwaters.com/Take to the Waterhttps://generaljackson.com/Get strategic while playing an escape gamehttps://theescapegame.com/nashville/Nashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH   Website -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/   YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/   Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash   NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.life

Deep Dish Conversations
Relaunch of DDC S1: Rahim Buford

Deep Dish Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 38:56


Rahim was paroled in 2015 after being caged for 26 consecutive calendar years. A native Nashvillian, Rahim has seen and felt how poverty negatively impacts people in the criminal legal system. Arrested at age 18, he spent 26 years of his life caged within seven different prisons across Tennessee. Original publish date: 01/6/2021

Savvy Business, Life Unscripted
The Dark Side of Public Relations, Understanding the Spin with Emily R. Bergh

Savvy Business, Life Unscripted

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 17:52


Emily Reynolds Bergh is a New York native, Nashvillian by choice. Mermaid hair aspirant. Vintage shoe hoarder. Cycling junkie. Mother. Hugger. Boutique Hotel Seeker. Lover of all pink drinks.Emily has garnered more than ten years of marketing and public relations experience through owning her own business, R Public Relations Firm, and also through her previous experience running her award-winning website Defining Delicious and working for the Jason Dady Restaurant Group in San Antonio, Bread & Butter Public Relations in Austin, and Bay Bird Inc in San Diego.While helping businesses and brands flourish is Emily's passion — with degrees in Psychology and Philosophy and a Master's in Social Work — empowering her clients and her employees is what drives her. Emily can proudly say that each client she signs is one she admires and knows is helping the world become a better place.Emily's priority in life is enjoying time with her husband Colter and their five children (no, that was not a typo) whom she calls “her peaches,” while simultaneously exploring the country seeking the next client for R Public Relations. As the helm of R PR, Emily's philosophy on life and lifestyle are one and the same: words have power, make them move mountains! www.rprfirm.comInstagram: @emilygr8cerLinkedIn/emily-reynolds-bergh-rprfirm See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Nashville Daily
"Time To Regulate the Party" | Episode 828

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 32:29


A headliner for the concert at the Music City Grand Prix was announced. The Ryman Auditorium was just awarded a very interesting status. Plus, Mayor Cooper's public thoughts about the party buses in downtown Nashville.Take a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Brad Reynolds  https://thinkbrad.com/Blessed Day Coffee   https://www.blesseddaycoffee.com/   Use Code "XPLR20" for 20% off at checkoutNash NewsTim McGraw to headline music at Grand Prix this summerhttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/tim-mcgraw-to-headline-music-at-grand-prix-this-summerRyman Auditorium Named Rock and Roll Landmarkhttps://www.wkrn.com/news/local-news/nashville/ryman-auditorium-named-rock-roll-landmark-announces-new-partnership-with-hall-of-fame?utm_source=wkrn_app&utm_medium=social&utm_content=share-linkhttps://youtu.be/wIqXn-ZM3_Yhttps://youtu.be/rYtUD-2DuBQhttps://youtu.be/2a-kK4jzqNIParty Vehicle UpdateMayor Cooper calls for party bus regulations, 'It is time to regulate the party'https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/05/27/mayor-cooper-calls-for-party-bus-regulations-it-is.htmlMayor Cooper pens letter, stating party vehicles aren't a 'public need' in Nashvillehttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/mayor-cooper-pens-letter-stating-party-vehicles-arent-a-public-need-in-nashvilleCity leaders, Nashvillians worry about disruptive, rowdy party buses taking over downtownhttps://fox17.com/news/local/city-leaders-nashvillians-worry-about-disruptive-rowdy-party-buses-taking-over-downtownNashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH   Website -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/   YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/   Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash   NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.life

Nashville Daily
Enjoying CMA Fest as a Local | Episode 825

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 20:32


Even though it doesn't seem like it, more people in Tennessee are working than pre-pandemic levels in 2019. Unfortunately, for Nashvillians, this now means longer commute times. Plus, we'll give you a few ways to enjoy the CMA Fest as a local.Take a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Screened Threads   Use the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-store   https://screenedthreads.com/Blessed Day Coffee   https://www.blesseddaycoffee.com/   Use Code "XPLR20" for 20% off at checkoutNash NewsTennessee employment surpasses pre-pandemic levelshttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/tennessee-employment-surpasses-pre-pandemic-levelsNashville commute times are rising as downtown workers return to officeshttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/05/18/nashvill-office-return-traffic-remote-work-commute.htmlNashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH   Website -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/   YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/   Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash   NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.life

The 440
Stupid Stadium Takes

The 440

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 61:31


Zach Lyons from BroadwaySportsMedia.com and the F-Words pod and Braden Gall talk Titans and SEC football. Every Monday and Thursday, live at 1 pm CST. A Football Show is built by The Kingston Group

Grab A Glass With David Thomas
End The Performance

Grab A Glass With David Thomas

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 46:10


On this episode of ‘Grab A Glass', DT recaps Lovers & Friends Festival, reflects on being in Nashville for 1 year, and reacts to the apathy around the Buffalo Shooting from “allies”.

The 440
Titans Overreactions: Rookie Camp and the schedule

The 440

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:42


Zach Lyons from BroadwaySportsMedia.com and the F-Words pod and Braden Gall talk Titans and SEC football. Every Monday and Thursday, live at 1 pm CST. A Football Show is built by The Kingston Group

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network
Savvy Business Radio - Emily Bergh, Bill Amirault and Melvin Pillay

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 60:01


The Dark Side of Public Relations, Understanding the Spin with Emily R. Bergh Emily Reynolds Bergh is a New York native, Nashvillian by choice. Emily has garnered more than ten years of marketing and public relations experience through owning her own business, R Public Relations Firm. While helping businesses and brands flourish is Emily's passion — with degrees in Psychology and Philosophy and a Master's in Social Work — empowering her clients and her employees is what drives her. Emily can proudly say that each client she signs is one she admires and knows is helping the world become a better place. www.rprfirm.com Myths & Mishaps Job Applicants Make When Applying for Jobs with Bill Amirault Bill Amirault is a faith-based career development coach/business owner with 30+ years experience in Marketing, Sales, Advertising, Consulting, and Coaching. As a competitive athlete, author, and choral performer, he combines these traits to create 1-on-1 programs to help his clients find a new role or make a strategic career change. Bill's vision is to support 1,000,000+ people in finding their highest career goals in line with their faith, because I firmly believe "God put us all here for many reasons, career is one of the most important, so we need to define and manifest these in the best way we can!" https://www.linkedin.com/in/billamirault/ Build Your Business… God's Way, with Melvin Pillay Melvin Pillay is an East Indian, born in poverty during the deep years of Apartheid in South Africa. His mother, a recent convert to Christianity, kept her family fed during those lean times – not by scrounging for food or begging, but through prayer. A major turning point occurred when Melvin discovered a Zig Ziglar cassette tape in the Auckland library. He rented it with his last two dollars (instead of eating that day) and dug into it with fervor. www.melvinpillay.com

Nashville Daily
New Downtown Neighborhood? | Episode 809

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 22:13


One recognizable Nashvillian announces their bid for the 2023 mayoral position. Party vehicles in Nashville may finally have all the needs available to operate legally. Plus, has a new Nashville neighborhood been created near downtown?Take a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Screened Threads   Use the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-store   https://screenedthreads.com/Blessed Day Coffee   https://www.blesseddaycoffee.com/   Use Code "XPLR20" for 20% off at checkoutNash NewsCouncil member Freddie O'Connell announces 2023 bid for Nashville mayorhttps://www.tennessean.com/story/news/politics/2022/04/28/council-member-freddie-oconnell-announces-2023-bid-nashville-mayor/9562263002/Metro Transportation Licensing Commission meets to finalize regulations for party vehicleshttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/metro-transportation-licensing-commission-meets-to-finalize-regulations-for-party-vehicleshttps://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/davidson/2022/04/29/operators-nashville-public-weigh-citys-first-party-vehicle-rules/7291200001/Nashville Development News Mixed-use tower proposed for Midtown could rise 32 floorshttps://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/mixed-use-tower-proposed-for-midtown-could-rise-32-floors/article_002e5b88-c666-11ec-adbe-d7e7494b001a.htmlSomeraRoad expands Gulch project with 2 new towers https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/04/27/someraroad-towers.htmlSomeraRoad Continues Its Gulch Transformation With A Pair Of New Towers. https://nashvillenownext.com/2022/04/28/someraroad-continues-its-gulch-transformation-with-a-pair-of-new-towers/Nashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH   Website -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/   YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/   Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash   NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.life

Nashville Daily
Is Nashville Growing Too Fast? | Episode 807

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 22:41


The Nashville Predators open a local dog park. One upcoming festival will travel you back in time about 500 years. Plus, how do other Nashvillians feel about the rapid growth of Nashville.Take a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Screened Threads   Use the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-store   https://screenedthreads.com/Blessed Day Coffee   https://www.blesseddaycoffee.com/   Use Code "XPLR20" for 20% off at checkoutNash NewsNew dog park opens downtown thanks to Nashville Predatorshttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/new-dog-park-opens-in-nashville-thanks-to-nashville-predatorsTennessee Ren Fest to open in Mayhttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/tennessee-ren-fest-to-open-in-mayIs Nashville Heading In The Right Direction?Vanderbilt Poll: More than half say Nashville is on the wrong track amid worries over growthhttps://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/davidson/2022/04/28/53-vanderbilt-poll-participants-say-nashville-off-track/9561405002/https://news.vanderbilt.edu/2022/04/28/vanderbilt-poll-nashville-headed-in-the-wrong-direction/Nashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH   Website -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/   YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/   Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash   NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.life

Nashville Business Radio
Shana Berkeley with Corner To Corner

Nashville Business Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022


Shana Berkeley/Corner To Corner Corner to Corner is a community-led nonprofit co-creating meaningful economic growth with historically underestimated Nashvillians through knowledge, tools, and networks.   Nashville Business Radio is presented by The post Shana Berkeley with Corner To Corner appeared first on Business RadioX ®.

Business RadioX ® Network
Shana Berkeley with Corner To Corner

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022


Shana Berkeley/Corner To Corner Corner to Corner is a community-led nonprofit co-creating meaningful economic growth with historically underestimated Nashvillians through knowledge, tools, and networks.     Nashville Business Radio is presented by

The C.L.I.M.B. with Johnny Dwinell and Brent Baxter
Song Title Challenge #115: Sticky Dimes & Nickels w/ Troy Johnson

The C.L.I.M.B. with Johnny Dwinell and Brent Baxter

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 39:50


Connect with our guest, Troy Johnson, here:Facebook: @troyjohnsonInstagram: @NashvillainsBandWebsite: https://nashvillainsband.com  Get Brent's free ebook! Go to GiftFrom Brent.com and tell him where to send it.If you would like to do a private Song Title Challenge or get private coaching, go to SongwritingPro.com/coaching and schedule your appointment today.Join the movement and broaden your understanding of how to honor the digital platform. This FREE download, Whoever Owns The Traffic, Rules The Road, will help you understand and adjust your tactics to grow your traffic and get paid on a digital platform. Go to GiftFromJohnny.com and tell him where to send it. If you'd like some one-on-one coaching to better understand your assets and how to use them to get paid, schedule a  consultation with Johnny today. Email him at info@daredevilproduction.com and put CONSULTATION in the subject line. 

Toasted Lavender
Lil Jackie Shane

Toasted Lavender

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 74:20


Listening to our Jackie Shane episode is the closest to Jesus Christ you will ever get…but really, tune in to hear Lil Jackie Shane's incredible story, with most of the retelling quoted straight from her words. A true queer pioneer, the Nashvillian found her home in Canada, where her light shone brighter than many US citizens ever knew - from being kidnapped by the mob to Etta James and Jimi Hendrix. Heads up, you'll find out about one of Alyx's biggest secrets!

The CRE Project
Urban Redevelopment/Reuse with Tyler Cauble

The CRE Project

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 47:20


Tyler Cauble is Founding Principal and President of The Cauble Group. He's a native Nashvillian that has not only been a witness to the city's tremendous growth, but is also involved in it through his developments, renovation projects, and volunteer work. As President of The Cauble Group, Tyler helps bring together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in retail, office, industrial, and multi-family real estate. He's committed to helping business owners understand the market so that they can grow their business and be part of Nashville's future. Cauble is also the best-selling author of Open For Business: The Insider's Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate.

Lamestream Sports
Keith Parish: Nashville vs. Memphis

Lamestream Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 62:14


The NashvilleBanner.com Steve Cavendish and Braden Gall talk Nashville sports, media and business. Our guest this week is Keith Parrish from the Fastbreak Breakfast podcast and GrindCityMedia.com What did he have for breakfast? How did the concept come originate? National NBA coverage vs. Memphis NBA coverage Memphis vs. Nashville: Why is it a thing? Are the Grizz trying to market to Nashvillians? The connetion Ja Morant has with the city The best team in franchise history Why this team is fun to watch What do new fans need to know about this Grizzlies team? Will ownership keep this team together? Lamestream is BTYB Jasper's on West End.

This Is Nashville
Voting in Middle Tennessee, and why it matters

This Is Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 44:36


The deadline to register for upcoming local elections is fast approaching — Monday, April 4 to be exact. Today's episode is all about exercising the franchise, which a large number of Nashvillians choose not to do. Two years ago, 90,342 ballots were cast in the general election for mayor. That's only about 21 percent of registered voters. Put another way, Mayor John Cooper was elected in 2019 with 62,440 votes — meaning that less than 10 percent of residents voted for their city's leader. We're joined by a panel of people working to get people registered to vote and engaging in the political process. Guests: Tristen Gaspadarek, founder of Please Vote Nashville Jimmie Garland, vice president for Middle Tennessee, Tennessee State Conference of the NAACP Pratik Dash, political director of TIRRC Votes Jeremy White, with Free Hearts

Black Men Vent Too
BMVT Exclusive With Joseph P. Day ⭐️

Black Men Vent Too

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 73:52


Good Morning Nashville! ☀️ Once again we are super excited to be an addition that starts your Monday morning off . As always , we thank you for the consistent listenership , sharing our posts to family and friends , and eating us 5 ⭐️ on Spotify . Without you guys , there is no BMVT . So we sincerely thank you for your support

The WorkSmart Podcast With Morgan DeBaun
How to Create a Business that Leaves a Legacy

The WorkSmart Podcast With Morgan DeBaun

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 60:26


Welcome to our new series: At Home in Nashville In this series, Morgan sits down with a few top entrepreneurs in her new city, Nashville, to learn about their business journey, chat about the growing community of entrepreneurs in Nashville, and what advice they have for listeners thinking about taking the leap into entrepreneurship. In this episode, Morgan sits down with Joshua Mundy, tech CEO, co-founder, non-profit leader, and Native  Nashvillian to talk about his different business ventures, how he first got started as an entrepreneur and his methods for success in business. Watch this episode on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnSkDK0C_zizYw84W1KQImQ To connect with Joshua click here: https://www.instagram.com/iammrmundy/ To connect with Morgan click here: https://www.instagram.com/morgandebaun To join other successful small business owners at CEO Spring Break in Nashville, purchase your ticket here: https://www.ceospringbreak.com/

Michigan's Big Show
* Jim Myers, Longtime Nashvillian and Veteran Food Industry Expert, Elliston Place Soda Shop

Michigan's Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 7:49


SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
* Jim Myers, Longtime Nashvillian and Veteran Food Industry Expert, Elliston Place Soda Shop

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 7:49


b4Nashville
b4Nashville with Nashvillians

b4Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 65:06


Signed to Fate Entertainment, the newly formed country-rock infused band, Nashvillains, is made up of veteran musicians and writers Troy Johnson, Brett Boyett, and Scott Lindsey. Nashvillains' inception stemmed from the seasoned veterans and musicians shared love of country music and rock and roll. Each member has been successful in their own right before coming together to record their debut full-length studio album, due out in 2021. Collectively, they have written and produced music for feature films, television shows, and major artists like The Chicks, Keith Urban, Cassadee Pope, James Taylor, Lauren Alaina, among many more.

Operators and Allocators Podcast
Creative Development with Tyler Cauble

Operators and Allocators Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 35:49


We want to welcome Tyler Cauble to the podcast. Today we sat down together and discussed his real estate story. How your future could look so different from what you thought you wanted, He takes us on the path of “do it”. We learned so much about his “Micro Unit” selling, also shares what you should look for when putting a team together. We are excited to have Tyler on this episode of Operators & Allocators. A little bit about our guest, Tyler Cauble is Founding Principal and President of The Cauble Group. He's a native Nashvillian that has not only been a witness to the city's tremendous growth, but is also involved in it through his developments, renovation projects, and volunteer work. As President of The Cauble Group, Tyler helps bring together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in retail, office, industrial, and multi-family real estate. Tyler gives us a non traditional way of making a name for yourself in the real estate field Get everything in writing – Verbal or goodwill could make any deal sour The Developer leads the project – Keeping everything on track leads back to this person/team. Without a strong lead any project will fail Taking notes is important – Teamwork is valuable - Create the best team you can find. A superstar team will always win Make social moments - Create your properties with an emphasis on social Take a look at some of the topics in this interview 0:00 - Introduction 2:12 - Tyler gives us his story 4:44 - School education or take the Job route? 9:09 - Don't romanticize real estate development 9:54 - Developers are the conductor 15:59 - I believe in Micro units 17:44 - Biggest risk in investing 19:55 - Teamwork is vital 20:44 - Instagrammable properties 26:44 - Unpopular opinion 31:24 - Painful lessons 32:54 - Closing thoughts Tyler Cauble socials https://www.facebook.com/tylercauble1 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA_o-kXwqKUq5sxihbjRM2g https://www.instagram.com/commercial_in_nashville/

Southern Dads Drink Beer
Bearded Iris Homestyle IPA

Southern Dads Drink Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 44:31


Friend of the show and Nashvillian, Doc,  joins Cheese and The Judge in this episode. Doc brings one of Nashville's hottest beers, Bearded Iris Homestyle IPA! 

Squeeze The Day
Army Veteran & Native Nashvillian Larry Talley Shares Journey of Overcoming His Real-Life Challenges Including a Wild Animal Encounter in Vietnam, Alcohol Dependence, and More.

Squeeze The Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 31:09


Larry Talley grew up with music in his heart. Now he uses his love for playing music, especially the clarinet, as therapy for himself and others. He discovered that sharing music – especially with seniors in the community  – could be a transformative gift to others. Talley has been called an icon, an inspiration, and a living miracle. Learn more about the courageous battles he has fought and the lessons he has learned in life, while serving in Vietnam.

Neighbors of East Nashville

Doris Daly, A native Nashvillian, probably best known as Ms. Doris at the Eat Nashville Athletics baseball park and the most friendly face in East Nashville.

b4Nashville
b4 Nashville with Nashvillians

b4Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 65:58


3 accomplished entertainers and song writers go into a bar....just kidding. Signed to Fate Entertainment, the newly formed country-rock infused band, Nashvillains, is made up of veteran musicians and writersTroy Johnson, Brett Boyett, and Scott Lindsey. Nashvillains' inception stemmed from theseasonedveterans and musicians shared love of country music and rock and roll. Each member has been successful in their own right before coming together to record their debut full-length studio album, due out in 2021. Collectively, they have written and produced music for feature films, television shows, and major artists like The Chicks, Keith Urban, Cassadee Pope, James Taylor, Lauren Alaina, among many more --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

God And My Girlfriends
Working Through Religious Trauma w/Jessica Hyne

God And My Girlfriends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 73:01


Some call it “Spiritual Abuse”. Some say “Religious Trauma”. Others will call it “Adverse Religious Experience”. It all refers to a negative experience with religion and it's a highly popular topic right now as more and more people are coming forth with their own stories of this harmful behavior by people and systems they were told they could trust.  There is an actual physiological condition that is called RTS (Religious Trauma Syndrome) and I'm seeing it played out in real time with many of my friends. I think this is why so many are drawn to “The Rise and Fall of Mars Hills” right now - finding their own story in the similar stories being told by this popular podcast.Today I talk with therapist Jessica Hyne, who is a licensed trauma therapist who specializes in the intersection of religious trauma and family of origin trauma.  We talk through so many topics that are directly related to this trauma, from patriarchy, faith colonization, purity culture, and more. It's a fascinating conversation and she gives us some great advice on how to navigate these waters if you are experiencing any of these symptoms or know anyone else who is. *Please note that there are some sensitive topics discussed that are not appropriate for young ears in this episode, so please keep this in mind as you are listening.---------------------------------------About our guest:Jessica Hyne is a native Nashvillian who has been working for over 10 years as a licensed trauma therapist in Tennessee specializing in the intersection of religious trauma and family of origin trauma. She holds a Master in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College. She enjoys mediation, reading, adventure, and exploring the outdoors with her dog Cam.  To contact Jessica, email her at: Jessica.hyne@gmail.com  —————-Books and resources mentioned in the interview are:Pleasure Activism by Adrianne Maree Brown : https://amzn.to/3isaqrcYou Are Your Own: A Reckoning With The Religious Trauma of Evangelical Christianityby Jamie Lee Finch : https://amzn.to/3mmPKSxMy Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies —  by Reesma Menakem : https://amzn.to/3itq6uoBraving The Wilderness by Brené Brown : https://amzn.to/3B6aNisUntamed by Glennon Doyle: https://amzn.to/2ZUABAwThe Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel Van Der Kolk: https://amzn.to/3uyloQUFor more information on God and My Girlfriends Ministries:www.godandmygirlfriendsonline.com God And My Girlfriends Ministries A non-profit ministry helping women flourish in their relationships with God and others. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit marciaramirez.substack.com

Publish. Promote. Profit.
Helping Men Grow in Success and Significance featuring Aaron Walker

Publish. Promote. Profit.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 34:18


Helping Men Grow in Success and Significance   – Publish. Promote. Profit. with Rob Kosberg Episode 067 Aaron Walker   Aaron Walker is without question a veteran entrepreneur. Starting his first business at 18 and selling to a Fortune 500 company nine short years later demonstrates Aaron's passion for succeeding. Unwilling to rest on past success Aaron started, bought and sold twelve successful companies over the past 40 years. Having a strong desire for personal development has kept Aaron in a weekly mastermind group for more than a decade with Dave Ramsey, Dan Miller, Ken Abraham, and seven other notable Nashvillians. Today Aaron spends the majority of his time helping men grow in success and significance as President and Founder of view from the top, a premier life and business coaching resource, and Iron Sharpens Iron Mastermind. Listen to this informative Publish. Promote. Profit. episode with Aaron Walker about helping men grow in success and significance.   Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: How the power of the insight and perspective of others enlightens you. How helping others with what you've learned can bring greater success. How there is a difference between financial success and significance. How people learn through failure, not success. How writing a book presents you as an authority. Connect with Aaron: Links Mentioned: viewfromthetop.com Guest Contact Info: Twitter @VFTCoach Facebook facebook.com/AaronWalkerVFTT LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/aaronwalkerviewfromthetop Connect with Rob: Website bestsellerpublishing.org Twitter @bspbooks Instagram @bspbooks Facebook facebook.com/bestsellerpub YouTube youtube.com/c/BestSellerPublishingOfficial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tech Don't Sleep
Ep. 9 Ryan and Read of WeFunder

Tech Don't Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 45:22


SHOW ME THE MONEY$$$An important question that all small businesses and entrepreneurs have is "How can I raise funds and capital for my business." In this episode, Ryan Pierce and Read Ezell of WeFunder discuss their roles with WeFunder and how they connect small businesses in the community with funds to help them grow and scale their business. Ryan Pierce and Read Ezell of WeFunder share with our TechDontSleep Podcast host, Bill McCleskey, different ways small business and entrepreneurs can raise funds and capital through different resources like crowdfunding. Ryan Pierce is the South East Expansion lead for WeFunder. He works with the growth team in recruiting small businesses and startups looking to raise capital and supporting underrepresented founders that raise capital through equity crowdfunding. He is most passionate about supporting underrepresented founders, as well as business owners in the Midwest and southeast. He cares about creating more access to capital for entrepreneurs and advancing tech ecosystems across the US. Read Ezell is a fellow Nashvillian and serves as the Nashville City Lead for WeFunder. He helps start-ups raise capital and create a guaranteed basic income for local entrepreneurs in Nashville Tennessee. He considers himself an entrepreneurial problem-solver with a passion for innovation that links social and economic impact.

Out of Bounds with Jaimie Robinson and Abby Flittner
Coming Soon | Out of Bounds with Jaimie and Abby

Out of Bounds with Jaimie Robinson and Abby Flittner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 0:31


Jaimie Robinson is a "Cajun girl loving the NFL life with the GM of the Tennessee Titans…JRob" and Abby Flittner is a "Nashvillian. Mom. Co-founder of Nashville Guru." From the local scene to the Titans, nothing is out of bounds.

Tech Don't Sleep
Ep. 8. Josh and Quan with Pivot Technology School

Tech Don't Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 73:18


STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM NOW THEY HERE!When is the best time to become an entrepreneur? Is starting your own business as easy as some people make it look? In this episode, Joshua Mundy and Quawn Clark of PivotTech School discuss their journey of entrepreneurship and building a tech school in Nashville, Tennessee. Joshua Mundy and Quawn Clark enlighten our TechDontSleep Podcast Host, Bill McCleskey, on the struggles and difficulties they faced getting their school started while also surviving the destruction from the 2019 tornado that destroyed the streets of East Nashville and the outbreak of the COVID19 virus. Joshua Mundy is a native Nashvillian who is currently the owner and CEO/Co-Founder of Pivot Technology School & Owner of Music City Cleaners. Joshua is very passionate about entrepreneurship and believes in empowering and mentoring others in the community. He uses social media to discuss business and gives tips daily. He believes we are at our best when we are Learning, Growing, and Winning together. Quawn Clark is also a native Nashvillian who is currently the Co-Founder of Pivot Technology School and CEO of the clothing brand HoodGeek. Like Joshua, Quawn is very passionate about entrepreneurship and believes in empowering and mentoring others in the community. His visionary skill set has developed him into a serial entrepreneur with the ability to share his passions with his community.

Tech Don't Sleep
*Bonus Episode* Broadway Actress Anastacia McCleskey

Tech Don't Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 20:07


In this special bonus episode, Bill talks to his very own sister Anastacia McCleskey about her time on Broadway, to how she was able to navigate and perform during COVID using technology. Bill also talks his sister into joining him on lower Broadway in Nashville to ask tourists simple questions about technology. The sibling love and banter are very apparent in this episode!Make sure you check out our new YouTube series Bill on Broadway too! Bill is asking random tech questions to tourists and native Nashvillians alike. Do you know who the founder of Tesla is? You would be surprised by some of these answers.

Hot Off The Mess
Jessie James Decker Rant

Hot Off The Mess

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 35:07


Sam talks about Camilla Cabello, sends congrats over to singer Halsey, and goes in on a certain three-name Nashvillian, Jessie James Decker. You all asked for a shallow dive into the disdain, and she's just delivering, okay? She also chats about influencer content culture, and how it will go the way of the Von Dutch Trucker Hat. And as for this week's Pop Rewind, Sam chat about that prison poncho that was seen on Martha Stewart while leaving jail to finish her sentence in her sprawling estate. Enjoy the episode!