Adam is joined by Gary Mauris the co-founder, president and CEO of Dominion Lending Centres, the leading mortgage company in Canada. Gary shares about his entrepreneurial journey to starting DLC through building relationships, humility and creating a loyal customer base.Gary Mauris is the co-founder and President & CEO of Dominion Lending Centres; CEO of Mortgage Centre Canada; and Chairman of Mortgage Architects. Together, these companies account for almost 40% of all broker originated mortgages in Canada. He is a serial entrepreneur, having sold two prior companies to the public market. Gary has also led multiple social initiatives as the co-founder and President of the I AM SOMEONE Ending Bullying Society and recently co-founded “Bikes for Kids”, a National program that collects new bicycles for underprivileged children across Canada.Main Topics The beginning of Dominion Lending Centres—Canada's leading mortgage company (03:06) Growing the business through retention and ongoing recruiting (05:20) How Dominion Lending Centres modeled their business model and model for growth after RE/MAX and the leadership tactics of Dave Liniger (09:11) Growing a business and creating a loyal customer base through executive presence, developing relationships, being humble, building up others and creating an environment of success (11:01) The three things that kill a relationship and how to overcome them (15:00) Balancing multi-intentional goals and maintaining a healthy work-life balance (19:28) Episode LinksDominion Lending CentresEverybody Wins: The Story and Lessons Behind RE/MAXConnect with Gary Mauris:https://garymauris.cahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/garymauris/?originalSubdomain=cahttps://www.facebook.com/gary.maurishttps://twitter.com/garymaurisConnect with Adam:https://www.startwithawin.com/https://www.facebook.com/AdamContosCEOhttps://twitter.com/AdamContosCEOhttps://www.instagram.com/adamcontosceo/Listen, rate, and subscribe!Apple Podcasts Spotify Google PodcastsToday's episode was brought to you by RE/MAX, nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX. For more information head over to www.REMAX.com
Für deine Beiträge bei LinkedIn interessieren sich zu wenige Leute? Du wünschst dir viel mehr Likes und eine deutlich größere Reichweite in den sozialen Medien? Dann bist du hier genau richtig! Willkommen zur Reihe Personal Branding! Sarah Emmerich hat mit „Emmerich Relations“ ihre eigene Agentur und ist absolute Expertin für Influencer Marketing. Außerdem ist sie auch selbst eine Personal Brand und kennt sich deswegen perfekt damit aus. Im Gespräch mit Joel verrät Sarah dir eine Menge Tipps und Tricks, wie du deine Personal Brand möglichst erfolgreich aufbaust. Du erfährst... • …was der Unterschied zwischen Personal Brand und Influencer ist • …weshalb der Begriff Influencer inzwischen einen schlechten Ruf hat • …was du beachten solltest, um mit dem Aufbau deiner eigenen Brand zu beginnen • …wieso die Authentizität deiner Themen eine wichtige Grundlage ist
Investing in the stock market involves a lot of hard-earned money, and financial literacy is critical in developing your investment and becoming financially literate; otherwise, you will end up losing. How does this work and how can a newbie like you pull it off? Today, we're joined by Omar Khan, a real estate and stocks investor, and Co-Founder of Theta Trading. Being in financial services for 15 years, his expertise will surely be a key to knowing how the stock market works and why your understanding of financial literacy is very crucial. Omar will also dive deeper into trading and how the stock market pays. Tune in, take some notes, and discover more about the world of the stock market! Highlights: (03:55) Understanding the World of Stock Market (05:04) How to choose companies to invest in the stock market (06:53) Difference between real estate and stock market investment (10:12) The Two Types of People in the Stock Market (14:12) Where to start in the stock market and how much money do you really need? (15:55) How dividend pays in the stock market (18:32) How to trade in the stock market Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omar-khan-2038241b3?originalSubdomain=ca Website: https://www.30minutestocktrader.com/ https://thetatradingco.com/
Wenn ein Konflikt brodelt oder du selber in einem steckst, kann das enorm deine Produktivität schwächen und dasselbe gilt fürs Team. Das führt zu Frustration, Resignation, Kündigung... In dieser Podcast Folge kläre ich mit Dir die wichtigsten Fragen zu Konflikten im Team für Dich als Führungskraft: -Wie kann ich als Führungskraft erkennen, dass ein Konflikt im Team brodelt? -Welche Möglichkeiten gibt es, um diesen dann aufzulösen? Und als Cherry on Top kläre ich zwei Konfliktfälle aus der Community, die mir zugeschickt wurden. Let's Go! Anmeldung zum Team Booster Impuls Letter: https://www.schollmeier-consulting.de/team-impulsletter (mein kostenloser Impuls Newsletter für Führungskräfte und alle die es werden wollen) Meine 12-wöchige "Leaders Create Team Spirit" Ausbildung, um deine Leadership Skills auf das nächste Level zu bringen. Hier findest Du mehr Infos dazu: https://www.schollmeier-consulting.de/leaders-create-teamspirit Connecte dich mit mir (Alex) gern für Fragen, Feedback oder Wünsche über: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-schollmeier-9514a053/?originalSubdomain=de oder Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexandraschollmeier/
Paul and Martin discuss the off-season. That period after the last game of the season and the beginning of pre-season! What should you be doing as a goalkeeper? FOLLOW ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gloveglu/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/gloveglu TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@gloveglu?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gloveglu/?originalSubdomain=uk GOALKEEPER TIPS ► https://www.tiktok.com/@developinggoalkeeping SHOP ► https://gloveglu.com/
We are back for another great interview in our Entelechy Series. In today's episode, we chat with Geeta Sidhu Robb. She is an Author, Speaker, Life Coach, CEO & Founder Nosh Detox. She also sits on the board of a Montessori group and is the Chair of Women's Development Board, a Microloan Foundation a women's empowerment and poverty alleviation charity supporting women in Southern Africa. Geeta's story starts when she was very successful but suddenly she lost everything and had to start her life from scratch. This included having to live with her friend as she looked for a new job. That was where Geeta started https://noshdetox.com/ (noshdetox.com) which is an organic food and juice program delivery business back in 2008. As a business leader and a charity chair, Geeta believes in living & leading from her purpose. Standing up for what you believe in and having the courage to change the course of the river. As the chair of Microloan Foundation, Geeta says that the benefits of empowering one woman has a ripple effect in that she uses the resources to grow her family, and benefit the community at large. She says that the moment we start to see the world as a community, then we are able to contribute to not just cases in the developing world but right where you are in your neighborhood. Geeta encourages corporates to have more compassion and not just take resources but remember that the priority is on the people who live in those communities where the resources are found. Her work in Montessori teaches children to grow at their own pace so that they don't feel wrong about not growing at someone else's pace. This eventually creates strong and stable adults. She is now scaling this model of teaching children to areas that have refugee children. In that way, breaking the vicious cycle of children who are faced with trauma and that's all they grow up knowing. In conclusion, Geeta says Change is inevitable and suffering is totally optional. So you must constantly work on yourself because you are the biggest impediment to your own growth. You can reach Geeta at: Geeta's Website: https://noshdetox.com/ (Nosh Detox) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geetasidhurobb/?hl=en (@geetasidhurobb) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/geetasidhu/?originalSubdomain=uk (Geeta Sidhu Robb) Microloan Foundation:https://www.microloanfoundation.org.uk/ ( Microloan Foundation)
When we think of sales, the first thing that comes to mind is money. There's a high potential for infinite income because the return you generate is proportional to the work you give. Jay Lee shares why money is never the motivating factor behind his decision to venture from being a pastor to becoming a high ticket salesperson and coach. He puts emphasis on the importance of relationships and that is something he has proven to work effectively, be it in leading a ministry or in leading a team, or in winning the client's buy-in. Learn more about his sales strategies today and start your journey towards becoming a sales ninja! “Sales is not a transaction, it's a transformation.” -Jay Lee In this Episode: - Differentiate the two-close call from one-close call and triage and which one is more effective in closing a sale - Identify the connection between being a pastor and the process of sales - Find the balance between leadership that calls for firmness and command versus a leadership that influences and inspires - Learn how doing ministry partnership development relates to the process of high ticket sales - The only way to give more is when you have more - This is how preparation meets opportunity - Understand the psychology of success - Listen to learn and not pitch to sell - Realize the value of having an accountability partner who keeps you winning Resources Mentioned: - https://qsciences.com/products/nutrition-and-supplement/q-core/ (Q Sciences) Connect with Jay Lee: - https://salesninja.asia/ (Website) & https://www.alignable.com/toronto-on/radical-business-growth/business-growth-solutions (Website) - https://www.facebook.com/jayleecanada (Facebook) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayleesalesninja/?originalSubdomain=ca (LinkedIn) Connect with Eli Wilde: - https://www.wildeinfluence.com/ (Website) - https://www.facebook.com/wildeinfluence (Facebook) - https://www.instagram.com/eliwilde_sales/ (Instagram) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZnSrF0VWtqjUeNjTae3swg (YouTube)
Andreas Weiss ist Geschäftsbereichsleiter Digitale Geschäftsmodelle bei eco - dem Verband der Internetwirtschaft. Im Podcast berichtet er vom Projekt Autowerkstatt 4.0. Das Projekt wird vom Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Klimaschutz gefördert und erforscht die differenzierte und auf maschinellem Lernen basierende Fehlerdiagnose bei Fahrzeugen. Wir sprechen mit ihm u.a. über die Rolle der Gaia-X-Plattform, Datenstandards und was das für die Arbeit des Mechatronikers bedeutet. Wir danken unserem neuen Partner Katulu https://katulu.io/de/ Noch mehr KI in der Industrie? https://kipodcast.de/podcast-archiv Oder unser Buch KI in der Industrie: https://www.hanser-fachbuch.de/buch/KI+in+der+Industrie/9783446463455 Kontakt zu unserem Gesprächspartner: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andreas-weiss-eco/?originalSubdomain=de
Mike Reid is a skilled entrepreneur and the ideal person to help entrepreneurs stuck in their business growth. He is the co-founder and CEO of Dent Global, a business accelerator best known for helping six to seven-figure founders establish themselves as the go-to person in their industry. He is also the host of the Dichotomy Podcast, which addresses dichotomies leaders face in business. In his career, he has specialized in business growth accelerators and implementation techniques for entrepreneurs. In this episode, he shares the framework to put together joint venture deals and partnerships to help a business grow. Being A Good Professional Does Not Mean Knowing How To Do Business Anyone in a company's leadership role has possibly studied and specialized in the field in which they operate. The business service is delivered based on the intellectual property the business owner owns. But most of those entrepreneurs never really get taught how to build a business, or how to build a brand. Not even how to do specialized marketing for your field. Mike explains that this is a problem. At some point, these entrepreneurs realize the market is getting noisy and more competitive than it's ever been before. Although they have knowledge of the field, they don't have the skills to stay in this very competitive market. Mike's tip is: these founders need to understand what are the key skills they need to develop as a go-to person, or a go-to brand within their industry. Partnerships As A Way To Grow Your Business Mike explains that as human beings, we were trained to think we need to do it on our own and we shouldn't ask for help. This gets in the way of the business mentality, as it is often a partnership that will save you from bad timing in the market. A brilliant entrepreneur is more of a packager than a creator. What we do as entrepreneurs is take bits and pieces of other businesses. When we talk about partnership, we're really talking about putting together joint venture deals - be it strategic partnerships or distribution partnerships. Mike explains this by triangle, as many entrepreneurs probably lack one of these three things: Not enough trust with their audience, or in the marketplace. Maybe the company is excellent at what it does, but it doesn't stand out and differentiate itself, missing the wow factor. The business does not have enough value within your product ecosystem, or the service ecosystem. Potentially, the business lacks a little punch in terms of value. The business does not reach enough, mainly in terms of distribution. Whether your business has any of these issues, the solution is to look for partners. Mike mentions an example: making partnerships for products. Usually, most of those product partners appreciate getting their product in front of a new audience. It is valuable for them and it's valuable for you, because you get to add more value into the ecosystem for your client. How to do efficient partnerships As a final lesson, Mike breaks through one paradigm: the illusion of limited resources in business. If your company is missing something - if you don't have the money, or trust or a great killer product - it's just asking ‘who has it', and how can I partner with them? You've got to go out and pitch for partners to get involved. Remember to only ask partnerships for one element of the three corners of the triangle. Because if you ask for over one third, it feels like a request rather than an opportunity to your partner. If you struggle on how to take the next step to grow your business, partnerships may be the solution. Keep in mind which people you could approach and what element of the triangle they can contribute effectively. Dent Global https://www.dent.global/ https://www.dent.community/ Mike Reid https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikejamesreid/?originalSubdomain=ca To connect with Corey for more: Website: https://www.coreykupfer.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coreykupfer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoreyKupfer Twitter: https://twitter.com/coreykupfer
Paul Spain is joined by https://www.linkedin.com/in/shonagrundy/?originalSubdomain=nz (Shona Grundy) - COO of https://www.winely.ai/ (Winely) and https://exocule.com/index.html (Exocule), and judge for NZ Hi Tech Awards, to discuss technology news and insights, and how bio tech industries like Exocule and Winely are using machine learning to help fast track alternative protein manufacturing, plus: NZ Spotify users can create video podcasts Keanu Reeves change towards NFT's Robotic finger with living skin Polestar now supports Apple Car Play Engineer claims ChatBot is sentient AI helping Type 2 Diabetes patients
Stephanie Schorp ist Diplom-Psychologin und gilt als eine der renommiertesten Headhunterinnen Deutschlands. Sie ist Mitgeschäftsführerin der Personalberatung “Comites perfect placements” und beschäftigt sich seit über 20 Jahren mit der Auswahl und Beurteilung von Führungskräften. Als Zen-Leadership-Trainerin und über ihre Beratungsplattform „Philosophy meets Management“ setzt sie sich dafür ein, Leadership und Management von morgen besser zu gestalten. In ihrem Buch “Persönlichkeit macht Karriere” erklärt sie, welche Weichen zu einem erfüllten Berufsleben führen und wie man es schafft, den eigenen Weg und die Berufung zu finden. Worum geht's in dieser Folge? Es geht um tropische Nächte in München, Retreats für Frauen und Zen-Meister auf Management-Veranstaltungen, Schwierigkeiten und Methoden, endlich in die Stille zu kommen, Stephanies erste Keynote bei EMOTION's erster Job-Konferenz "re:work", Herausforderungen der moderne Frau, Karriere, die Notwendigkeit, unbequeme Fragen zu stellen, Kooperation statt Konkurrenz, den Sisterhood-Gedanken leben und pflegen, Klischees im Job, die richtig nerven, böse Besen und taffe Frauen, die mal eben den ganzen Laden umkrempeln, Ehrlichkeit, den Balanceakt, authentisch zu sein, aber nicht alles von sich Preis zu geben, glatte Lebensläufe und die Chance, als Quereinsteiger:in aufzuholen, tagesformabhängige Vor- und Nachteile, eine Generation, die völlig anders arbeiten will, energetische Niveaus, Freimachen, eine Aufgabe im Leben zu finden und was wohl Stephanies letzte Gedanken auf dem Sterbebett wären. Stephanie verrät in dieser Folge, was Zen mit Leadership zu tun hat, was "Karriere" heute für sie bedeutet und wie wir herausfinden, was uns erfüllt, wie wir authentischer im Job werden und wann wir vorsichtig sein sollten, die wichtigsten Eigenschaften, um in Zukunft erfolgreich zu sein, auf welche Fallen besonders Frauen in Bewerbungsgesprächen achten sollten und welche Klischees über Frauen immer noch Thema sind, ob sich mittlerweile etwas in den deutschen Vorständen geändert hat, ob die Welt eine bessere wäre, wenn alle das tun können, was sie wirklich wollen und wie wir uns im Job nicht entmutigen lassen. Stephanie findet ihr hier: https://www.instagram.com/stephanie_schorp/?hl=de, https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-schorp/?originalSubdomain=de, https://comites.com/, https://www.philosophymeetsmanagement.com/ Zu Stephanies Buch gehts hier. Ihr wollt mit uns connected bleiben? Dann folgt uns auf Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest oder abonniert unsere Newsletter.
Martins Benkitis is a Co-Founder at Gravity Team - a startup balancing the supply and demand across crypto markets worldwide. Martins and his team account for close to 1% of the global spot trading in crypto and have reached $100 billion cumulative trading volume.In this episode we talk about:Pros and cons of building a business in cryptoWhat's happening in the markets currentlyCrypto price cycles and dealing with new exotic productsGravity Team's Venture arm The topics covered in this episode with Timestamps:02:00 - Introduction and the origins of Gravity Team04:40 - Is there a specific background needed to start in crypto06:20 - How does working in crypto differ from other industries08:50 - Is the global nature of crypto an advantage for building a business12:10 - Challenges of running a crypto business18:05 - How companies should prepare for market downturns21:10 - Dealing with innovations in crypto26:30 - On Gravity Venture arm development31:30 - Crypto market outlook and long term view on money To reach out to Martins please use:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/martins-benkitis/?originalSubdomain=th Find over 70 other full length podcast episodes on > https://www.pursuitofscrappiness.co/ Support for this episode comes from Nexpay > https://paynexpay.com/===See the video content exclusively on Linkedin > https://www.linkedin.com/company/pursuit-of-scrappiness/ Questions/suggestions? Join our Telegram group > https://t.me/pursuitofscrappiness Watch select full-length episodes on our YouTube channel > https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP6ueaLnjS-CQfrMCm2EoTA
Home Office und Vertrieb: Die besten Lösungen aus der Praxis. Es fegt eine stille Revolution durch den Vertrieb: Der Aussendienst ist mehr digital unterwegs als auf der Straße. Verkaufsteams sehen sich nur noch online. Verkäufer posten mehr als sie telefonieren. Ein Tag im Büro ist etwas besonderes. KI schlägt der Account Managerin vor, wen sie als nächstes wie kontaktieren soll. Die Regeln im Sales haben sich mit Corona schlagartig verändert. Es gibt keinen Weg zurück. Es bleibt wenig wie es war. Vertrieb wird digitaler, produktiver, aktiver, professioneller. Dazu habe ich für Dich eine neue Mini-Serie ins Leben gerufen: 10 Experten und Praktiker aus dem Vertrieb berichten in 5 Minuten: Wie Unternehmen, Verkäufer und Vertriebsteams sich neu aufstellen, welche Lösungen sie für sich gefunden haben, was funktioniert und was daneben geht. Dazu gibt es ab jetzt täglich eine kurze Folge, in denen du einen Input und Erfahrungsbericht bekommst. Für mich waren diese Erfahrungsberichte super spannend und ich konnte soviel lernen. Ich hoffe, auch du kannst maximal etwas für die mitnehmen. Jetzt folgt auch gleich der zwölfte Bericht von Dennis Szimmetat, Team Lead Sales Development bei der Talentlotsen GmbH.
This week's guest is Pippa Campbell who is a Functional Nutrition and Weight Loss Practitioner and Nutrigenomics Specialist who helps many women balance their hormones. In this interesting and informative chat we discuss: PMS PMDD Perimenopause The Pill and coil HRT Acne Dry skin and wrinkles Skin conditions Menopause Natural solutions to balance hormones You can connect with Pippa via https://www.pippacampbellhealth.com/ (https://www.pippacampbellhealth.com) and pippacampbell_health To book my upcoming 2-hour Face Yoga workshop please head to https://faceyogaexpert.com/sessions (https://faceyogaexpert.com/sessions) Useful links: https://bit.ly/2CByToT (Get my weekly newsletter full of tips and inspiration) https://faceyogaexpert.com/teacher-training (Face Yoga and Gua Sha Teacher Training Courses) https://smarturl.it/faceyogajournal (My New Book, The Face Yoga Journal) https://faceyogaexpert.com/ (My Website) https://faceyogaexpert.com/fye-blog (My Blog) https://faceyogaexpert.com/apps#apps (My Apps) https://bit.ly/2IjdPY0 (My Book Danielle Collins Face Yoga) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Danielle-Collins-Face-Yoga/dp/B089GDGDS4/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= (My Audio Book) https://faceyogaexpert.com/sessions (Face Yoga Sessions) https://faceyogaexpert.com/shop (My Shop) Follow me on social: https://www.instagram.com/faceyogaexpert/ (Instagram: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.facebook.com/The.Face.Yoga.Expert/ (Facebook: The Face Yoga Expert) https://twitter.com/faceyogaexpert (Twitter: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4xcFhl2nMbseJO9nEl_kog (YouTube: The Face Yoga Expert ) https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-collins-77744437/?originalSubdomain=uk (Linkedin: Danielle Collins) https://www.pinterest.co.uk/faceyogaexpert/ (Pinterest: faceyogaexpert) https://www.tiktok.com/@faceyogaexpert?lang=en (TikTok: faceyogaexpert)
Daniel Barel is the Chief Executive Officer of REE. Key topics in this conversation include: How Daniel's background in game theory has helped him shape the value REE aims to provide The design philosophy behind the REEcorner Why partnering with an existing platform provider can be cheaper and more effective than starting from square one The most promising applications for electrified and automated vehicles Links: Show notes: http://brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobility/DanielBarel https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielbarel/?originalSubdomain=il https://twitter.com/dbarel https://ree.auto/ Daniel's Bio: Daniel Barel has been the Chief Executive Officer of REE since 2013. Mr. Barel is a serial entrepreneur who founded several startups in the fields of medical devices, cyber security, and software applications. He co-founded SpecterX, an Israeli data management company in 2017 and has served as the chairman since 2019. Between 2007 and 2013, Mr. Barel served as Chief Executive Officer of CAUTES International, a boutique business consulting firm in Hong Kong that he founded in 2007. He previously served as chairman of WOOOF, a social networking platform he founded in 2012. Mr. Barel holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business Administration from the Hebrew University. About REE: REE (Nasdaq: REE) is an automotive technology leader whose mission is to empower companies to build any size or shape of electric or autonomous vehicle – from Class 1 through Class 6 – for any application and any target market. REE aims to serve as the underpinning on top of which EVs and AVs will be built and envisions a future where EVs and AVs will be 'Powered by REE'. REE's revolutionary technology – the REEcorner™ – packs critical vehicle components (steering, braking, suspension, powertrain and control) into a single compact module positioned between the chassis and the wheel, enabling REE to build the industry's flattest EV platforms with more room for passengers, cargo and batteries. REE uses x-by-wire technology for fully independent control of driving, braking and steering functions. REE's EV platforms afford complete freedom of design, enabling auto-manufacturers, OEMs, delivery & logistic fleets, Mobility-as-a-Service providers and new mobility players to design mission-specific EVs and AVs based on their exact business requirements and significantly reduce their time-to-market, lower TCO and meet zero-carbon regulations. Headquartered in Herzliya, Israel, REE has an Engineering Center in Coventry, UK, and Texas, U.S., as well as subsidiaries including Japan and Germany. REE's unique CapEx-light manufacturing model leverages Tier-1 partners' existing production lines; the company's extensive partner ecosystem encompasses leading names including Hino Motors (truck arm of Toyota), Hitachi America, Magna International, JB Poindexter, Navya and American Axle & Manufacturing to provide a full turnkey solution. Future of Mobility: The Future of Mobility podcast is focused on the development and implementation of safe, sustainable, effective, and accessible mobility solutions, with a spotlight on the people and technology advancing these fields. Edison Manufacturing: At Edison Manufacturing, our specialty is building and assembling highly complex mobility products in annual quantities of ten to tens of thousands utilizing an agile, robust, and capital-light approach.
Diese Folge ist gleich doppelt besonders! Erst mal ist diese Folge schon die 100. Folge in diesem Podcast ! WOW!!! Uuuund ich hatte diese Woche Geburtstag... Deswegen hat meine Mitarbeiterin mir ein paar persönliche/Business Fragen zu den letzten 33 Jahren meines Lebens gestellt und ich bin mal etwas näher drauf eingegangen. Unter anderem beantworte ich folgende Fragen: 1. Warst Du schon immer selbstständig? Wie war dein Weg zur Selbstständigkeit? 2. In welchen Stationen deines Lebens hast du in den letzten 33 Jahren am meisten gelernt? (persönlich und fürs Business?) Was war es und warum? 3. Eine der besten Entscheidungen für Dich bis jetzt? 4. Wie hast Du deinen Purpose gefunden? Oder ist es eher ein stetiger Prozess auf dem Weg dahin? Anmeldung zum Team Booster Impuls Letter: https://www.schollmeier-consulting.de/team-impulsletter (mein kostenloser Impuls Newsletter für Führungskräfte und alle die es werden wollen) Meine 12-wöchige "Leaders Create Team Spirit" Ausbildung, um deine Leadership Skills auf das nächste Level zu bringen. Hier findest Du mehr Infos dazu: https://www.schollmeier-consulting.de/leaders-create-teamspirit Connecte dich mit mir (Alex) gern für Fragen, Feedback oder Wünsche über: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-schollmeier-9514a053/?originalSubdomain=de oder Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexandraschollmeier/
Wali Anwar is an entrepreneur and serial marketer on a mission to serve, help, and impact more. He specializes in helping businesses uncover their big idea and craft their marketing plan by helping them build systems to help them optimizing & scale what's currently working. On this episode he covers with Mark how he's been able to use Facebook Groups to build his business and transform his client's results! Connect with Walihttps://twitter.com/Walii_anwar (Twitter) https://www.facebook.com/Walianwaar (Facebook) https://www.linkedin.com/in/wali-anwar-a865b410a/?originalSubdomain=uk (LinkedIn) OUR PARTNERS:https://www.callrail.com/ (Call Tracking & Marketing Analytics Software | CallRail) https://getemails.com/scalable (Acquire, Engage, Expand, Reactivate - GetEmails) http://getscalable.com/dm (7 Levels of Scale Workbook) Listen to the #1 Digital Marketing Podcast, https://www.perpetualtraffic.com/ (Perpetual Traffic) Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to The DigitalMarketer Podcast? Have some feedback you'd like to share? https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-digitalmarketer-podcast/id1397898498?mt=2 (Connect with us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!)
CAIA's VD Adeline Sterner gästar podden Framtidens E-Handel och delar med sig av marketing, content som verkligen funkar, och Bianca såklart. Vilka brands kommer klara sig bäst ur denna ekonomiska kris? Hur skalbart är CAIA utanför Skandinavien? Och hur vet man vilka marknader man ska satsa på och inte? Ta del av Adelines tankar i detta avsnitt i Framtidens E-handel.Adeline berättar om fördelarna med ett “pull” istället för “push”, hur man skapar ett intresse kring en produkt, och hur man håller sig nära kunden. Hon förklarar även hur man jobbar olika på olika sociala medier, och om det finns en nyckel till hur man bygger influencer marketing. Adeline berättar slutligen om hur viktigt det är att våga vara lekfull med content.Här hittar du Adeline & CAIA:https://www.linkedin.com/in/adelinesterner/?originalSubdomain=se https://caiacosmetics.se/ Följ Björn på LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/bjornspenger/ Följ Framtidens E-handel på LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/framtidens-e-handel/ Besök vår hemsida & Instagramhttps://www.framtidensehandel.se/ https://www.instagram.com/framtidens.ehandel/ Sponsorhttps://www.maddenanalytics.com/ Tusen tack för att du lyssnar!Support till showen http://supporter.acast.com/framtidens-e-handel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Summer Solstice Greetings Glocal Citizens! This year, we're saying so long to spring with a bit of a bang as here in the US--yes, I'm back in Brooklyn for the summer, the Juneteenth holiday and Father's Day start the week. In observation or tribute to these events, for this week's episode I've curated a "Glocally Speaking" conversation as an expression of thoughts, sentiments and realities around citizenship, education, fatherhood, activism, history and culture. Ronda Železný-Green from EP 92 kicks off the conversation with ideas on the necessary framework for the most global citizenship of all - digital citizenship. Next is father, yogi and capoeirista, Salim Rollins from EP 37. He guides us in experience and in language from Kenya, back to the US and finally settling in Kenya with his family. Closing out this spring remix is Nyamal Tutdeal from EP 102 with a glocally speaking potpourri from communications during times of conflict to a lesson in what is probably Africa's most common lingua franka - food. No passport required! Grab a snack, relax and let the sound be your transport. Where to find Ronda (https://glocalcitizens.fireside.fm/92)? Where to find Salim (https://glocalcitizens.fireside.fm/37)? Where to find Nyamal (https://glocalcitizens.fireside.fm/102)? Other topics of interest: Seyi Akiwowo (https://www.linkedin.com/in/seyiakiwowo/?originalSubdomain=uk) and Glitch (https://glitchcharity.co.uk/) On Intersectionality (https://www.vox.com/the-highlight/2019/5/20/18542843/intersectionality-conservatism-law-race-gender-discrimination) Glocal Citizen Asare Adjei (https://glocalcitizens.fireside.fm/guests/asare-adjei) Barbados, the newest republic (https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/11/29/barbados-set-to-become-a-republic-ditching-british-queen) Anatomy of the Conflict in Ethiopia (https://online.ucpress.edu/currenthistory/article/121/835/163/124577/The-Anatomy-of-Ethiopia-s-Civil-War) Asida (https://tasteofsouthsudan.com/asida/) Genfo (https://ethiopianfoodguide.com/recipe/genfo-recipe/) Banku (https://afrifoodnetwork.com/recipes/main-course-recipes/banku/) Special Guests: Nyamal Tutdeal, Ronda Zelezny-Green, and Salim Rollins.
Mike Duerksen, Founder of the BuildGood Agency and Host of the Build Good Fundraising Podcast, returns to the show to discuss his advice for fundraising when the world is a mess. With a backdrop of war, record inflation, division, and a possible looming recession it's a question on the mind of most fundraisers. It's a conversation which will help you plan with certainty for the uncertain times today and those ahead. Show Notes: https://buildgood.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikeduerksen/?originalSubdomain=ca https://buildgood.com/category/podcast/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/donor-growth/id1621409443 Hear Mike's First DNP Appearance! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/covid-19-special-interview-justin-streiff-partner-american/id1458121528?i=1000469154328
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Episode SummaryCo-Founder & CEO of Agrilution, Max Loessl has a vision of bringing the revolutionary concept of vertical farming to every home to allow everyone to grow their own nutritious plants. Today, Harry and Max discuss the work Max and his co-founder have done to develop a viable Personal Vertical Farming System. Max shares what inspired his affinity for entrepreneurship and vertical farming, discusses the origins of Thought for Food, and expounds Agrilution's offerings, including the Plantcube. Thanks to Our SponsorsCultivatd – https://cultivatd.com/ (https://cultivatd.com/) https://indooragtechnyc.com/ (Indoor AgTech NYC) Key Takeaways04:27 – Harry welcomes Co-Founder & CEO of Agrulution, Max Loessl, to discuss his vertical farming origin story and the inspiration he got from the book, The Vertical Farm, and 13:14 – Lessons learned in the early years of vertical farming and how Max's entrepreneurial spirit arose 17:56 – Failing Forward 20:44 – How Thought for Food came about 25:22 – Agrilution's offerings and target market 27:55 – Challenges with hardware, software and controlling biology 31:37 – How Max has grown as a leader and why culture and communication are both critical 33:47 – Max speaks to the approach he takes in serving other markets and positive feedback on Agrilution appliances 42:35 – A tough question Max has asked himself recently and networking in the vertical farming industry 45:58 – What excites Max most about the future of Agrilution and vertical farming 47:00 – Harry thanks Max for joining the show and lets listeners know where they can learn more about Agrilution Tweetable Quotes“I was just so inspired, on the one side, drawing that grim reality that we're living in and, on the other side, having that potential vision of the future of doing agriculture more in-line with our planetary boundaries.” (08:46) (Max) “It [vertical farming] really is a multi-billion dollar industry, but it's also nowhere close to the potential of where it could one day be, I think. We're still in the very early days.” (14:58) (Max) “We've basically invented this personal vertical farming category. It's a home appliance in the size of a dishwasher with two layers. You can grow up to nine different plants per layers, so eighteen different plants in the entire product. And it takes care of the entire growing process, from seed to harvest.” (25:38) (Max) “One thing to highlight is how critically important culture is and hiring the right people. The other thing is communication. Everything succeeds or fails with the right communication and setting up the right processes for communication.” (32:08) (Max) Resources MentionedAgrilution Website – https://www.agrilution.com/ (https://www.agrilution.com/) Agrilution LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/agrilution/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/agrilution/) Agrilution Twitter – https://twitter.com/agrilution (https://twitter.com/agrilution) Agrilution Pinterest – https://www.pinterest.de/agrilution/_created/ (https://www.pinterest.de/agrilution/_created/) Agrilution Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/agrilution/ (https://www.instagram.com/agrilution/) Agrilution Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/agrilution/ (https://www.facebook.com/agrilution/) Max's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/loessl/?original_referer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2F&originalSubdomain=de (https://www.linkedin.com/in/loessl/?original_referer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2F&originalSubdomain=de) Vertical Farming Episode feat. Max's mother, Christine Zimmermann-Loessl – https://verticalfarmingpodcast.com/episode/s4e51-christine-zimmermann-loessl-advancing-sustainability-and-the-vertical-farming-movement...
Thinking of utilizing TikTok marketing for your business? Not sure whether to go for organic content, paid advertising, or influencer marketing? On today's episode, host Mark de Grasse sits down with Gavin Bell, the Founder of Yatter, to talk about marketing on TikTok. Gavin explains that success on TikTok combines compelling creativity with data-driven optimization. TikTok users prefer raw and engaging videos over the highly edited videos that brands typically use on Instagram or Facebook. If you're not using TikTok's engaged audience to market your brand, you're missing out on the over one billion monthly active users. Listen in to learn how you can take advantage of one of the world's most popular apps and what you can do to strike the perfect balance between authentic creativity and marketing. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN: The evolution of earned and paid social media marketing How to advertise on TikTok Understand that the best TikTok ads don't look like ads, but they still need to convert Essential TikTok content ideas that actually work The type of businesses that should not be on TikTok How to use TikTok-style ads on other social media channels Why you never want to sell on your TikTok feed LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mrgavinbell/?original_referer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Ebing%2Ecom%2F&originalSubdomain=uk (Connect with Gavin on LinkedIn) https://weareyatter.com/ (Weareyatter.com) https://www.instagram.com/mrgavinbell/ (Gavin's Instagram) OUR PARTNERS: http://getscalable.com/dm (7 Levels of Scale Workbook) Find out your Leadership Trust Score at https://readytolead.com (Ready to Lead). Listen to the #1 Digital Marketing Podcast, https://www.perpetualtraffic.com (Perpetual Traffic) Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to The DigitalMarketer Podcast? Have some feedback you'd like to share? https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-digitalmarketer-podcast/id1397898498?mt=2 (Connect with us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!)
Before becoming a real estate entrepreneur, KeePon Cashflow's founder Billy Keels worked in the corporate world. In fact, he was one of the best “corporate soldiers” you'd ever want to meet. Billy says that he was happy enough in his J.O.B., but something was missing. An emptiness and longing for a different life chewed on him, pulling him to what he knew he wanted to do more than anything else. Billy wanted to be an entrepreneur who brought two worlds together. So he took steps and kept on the path to his goals. Today Billy is an international real estate entrepreneur, problem-solver, author, coach and mentor. He sees opportunities where others often don't in real estate. No “overnight success,” Billy continues to work toward his vision and goals. Topmost on his list? Building a bridge between investors and buyers in Europe with sellers in the U.S. Today, he talks about his transition story, how he became a real estate business owner, and how long-distance real estate business works for him. Episode Link: https://www.firstgencp.com/ https://www.firstgencp.com/paylesstax https://www.linkedin.com/in/billykeels/?originalSubdomain=es --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Billy Keels, who is an entrepreneur, Ninja remote investor who actually lives over in Europe, but invest here in the States among many other things. So let's hear from Billy the renaissance man about what it is he's doing in real estate today. Let's get into it. Billy Keels what's going on, man, so good to see you again. Thanks for taking the time to hang out with me. Billy: Michael, I am just like super excited about being able to spend more time with you have a conversation. Although I have to admit, man, there's like a lot of people going to be listening and watching us, so I'll be on my best behavior, don't worry. Michael: I am, it makes two of us, alright good. Well, I obviously know who you are we we've become very fast friends over the short time we've known each other. But for anyone who might not be familiar with you, who are you, where do you come from and what is it you're doing in real estate today? Billy: Yeah, so who am I, would you mind if I ask just one thing really quickly before I answer that? Michael: Go for it! Billy: So as a fellow podcaster, I just wanted to ask one thing. So I know just got here. But if you haven't had a chance already to leave an honest written review, as well as a rating. The guys do an amazing show here, Michael, I know you put a lot of time and energy into this and it will be great because that way ultimately, they're going to be able to help get you even better guests that are going to help you move forward faster. So with that as a background, Billy Keels I'll give you this fastest version as I can. Originally born in Columbus, Ohio. From there, probably by the time I was 12, I lived in three different states brother and sister were born in Colorado. I come from a family with two parents who were both working two jobs most of the time very blue collar, I watched them struggle a lot with money, making tough decisions, sometimes at the end of the month, do we buy this or do we pay this bill or do we pay the other bill, they had a lot of focus on education because they didn't think that they had formal education. So ended up being in a lot of different school districts, usually in the really good school districts and I saw I was exposed to a lot of things that my parents couldn't actually afford for me and my brother and sister. So that was kind of nice, but also kind of frustrating. But what it did is it taught me the work ethic, like you have to work really hard to get the things that you want. I wasn't A student, sometimes I still suffer from that A student and like today, I call myself a recovering perfectionist. Because the thing is Michael, like I used to do what I was told, because when I did what I was told, like study for the exam, I got really good grades, they came back and that was like the whole positive reinforcement, like I got good grades, study more, got good grades, got the dopamine hits, and all that kind of stuff. So ended up through college, I went to college, southwest of Ohio, then in a town or in a university called Miami of Ohio, got two degrees there was really set to get my dream job and got rejected not once but twice. But the thing is, is through that rejection and it was like really, really difficult for me because I like set my whole college career up to work as a project manager in marketing for Procter and Gamble, and I didn't work out for me. But through that, I learned that it's okay to be rejected, like you can be rejected and still things will be okay because after that the most amazing job I ever had was working for a company that allowed me to travel to five or two in five years, it allowed me to travel to 58 different countries, Michael and it just completely changed my entire view of the world because I'm from Columbus, Ohio, like I just thought I was gonna be in the Midwest most of my life. After that didn't see myself doing a normal nine to five I got accepted into university and Paris was going to do a one year sabbatical and just to kind of make things really fast, that one year sabbatical that started in September of 2001, has since turned into 20, additional 21 years, I left France, went to Italy, moved from Italy, back to France, and then from France, to Spain. So it was 21 years, three countries. I've learned four additional languages. I got married and we have two kids and up until recently like until last December, I was working in the corporate job so like still being a good student like doing the things I was supposed to do moving up the corporate ladder, and as of December of last year, which was December 2021. I'm no longer a part of the corporate world so kind of all that said, yeah, I kind of just joked it with everybody like I mentioned before like those one year sabbaticals you really have to be careful what happens because anything can anything could happen after that, man. Michael: That's so good. Billy was so, so I mean, there's obviously a ton there that I want to dig into and unpack but getting back to last December. Did you fire yourself or did you get fired? I mean, what happened? Billy: We separated. Michael: It was amicable separated… Billy: We separated, we separated now, but you know, it's one of those things like, I think corporate life is really, I took a lot of very positive things away from corporate life, I know that there are a lot of people like, don't do the corporate job, quit your job, do all that kind of stuff. I learned, I like I was surrounded by really smart people all the time, because I was working in enterprise software sales and so this is like very cutting edge and I was exposed to amazingly smart people got a chance to go deep industry knowledge on a number of different industries, got to work across Europe, Middle East, and Africa, managed 70 million euro budgets, plus, you know, learn languages learned different ways of thinking and doing things and I was also making a lot of money and so all of those different reasons, like I really enjoyed it, I probably kept going to my corporate job for about another four, four and a half, five years that I didn't need to but because I liked it so much and because I was in a top talent program, I was traveling to Hawaii, because I was part of the top achievers, like it was really good, but it just didn't fill my heart up and it took actually my dad getting really ill in the last part of last year and me being with him in the ICU, to really reflect on life and go, you know, what like, is this really what I want to keep doing and I know that I was very fortunate, I know that there are other stories that don't end so nicely, right because my dad is still alive today and we're able to enjoy him but that incident, what it made me really do, Michael was realize, like, hang on a second. Like, I want to really invest my time in the things that are going to give me the most emotional joy, rather than just going through the motions day after day, so. Michael: Right. That's awesome, man. Well, I'm so glad to hear that your dad's doing better, that's exciting. Billy: Thank you. Michael: No, of course. So how did you get to the point where you were able to leave the corporate world because I think it's very easy to say like, oh, yeah, I'll quit my job because I get more joy, more emotional reward by doing this other thing over here but that's very well, that's nice, well, and good in theory, but I mean, we got to eat, we got to survive. We got to put a roof over our head, so what was it that you did, leading up to that point that allowed you to say, you know, I don't need this job. Billy: I read a book and then I retired…. No, it's a joke! Michael: Well I love it, it's so simple. I wish I had know that. Billy: Exactly, I mean, everybody wish I yeah, exactly, everybody's doing it that way. No, you know, in yeah, I wish it was that simple. It took over nine and a half years, almost 10 years. But now the reality was, because I was such a happy employee, right. I mean, even people used to look at my moniker on LinkedIn and it was like happy corporate employee. The thing that happens when you are in a student is you do what you're told, you know, I mentioned earlier and so when you're in the corporate, it's the same thing, like you go in, you work the hours and then once you're working the hours, you want to move up the move up the chain and from there, you also want to make sure that you're maxing out your 401 K and your IRA. Well, I was doing that and then 2000, I'd been working for probably five, six years and bubble burst for the.com bubble that went down. And then a couple years later, the 2008 great financial crisis happened and so I didn't actually have any other kind of backup plan. It was like go to work all day, and then invest in the stock market and so I realized that I had to have my own plan and that is actually where real estate came in. Because I was like traveling between Barcelona and the states. I remember picking up Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and I started reading it, but I didn't actually finish it. So a couple years later, I assume Yeah, I know. Right? So I ended up picking it up again and then I read it and this time I read it and I loved it so much. I was like this cannot be true. This is unbelievable. This is not true. So then I went and read another one it was Cashflow Quadrant and then I read another one and another one another one and all of a sudden I'd read all the rich dad series, right, as most people binge, and then I found some podcasts and I watched some videos and eventually I was like a theoretical like theoretical ninja Michael, like I knew every single thing that you needed to know and then when you would ask me like how many like, okay, cool. So what's your portfolio look like? You know what you can get to the NOI by taking the revenue minus the other operating expenses and so it took me a while, you know, to realize like, I've got to move from theory to action and unfortunately, or fortunately, the thing that took me that got me into action, once again, was like something that had nothing to do with real estate had nothing to do with money. It happened because as an A student, I was doing all the stuff that I was doing. But at this point, I was a really young father and one of the things that was really important to me early on was like I wanted to be present. At the same time because I don't come from money, I wanted to make sure that I kept winning at the office, like I was doing all the extra hours and all that kind of stuff and rising and getting the promotions. But one of the things that happened that I used to be really ashamed to even talk about Michael was the night before my son's third birthday, my oldest son, I didn't sleep very well that night. It was like not a good night's sleep for me because the next morning, I had to get up and take a flight to Frankfurt, Germany and I remember like not sleeping well that night got up really early the next morning, you know, woke my wife up, woke our one year old up, told them get ready. You know, I want to be able to sing Happy Birthday to our oldest, got in another shower and then like you can imagine, like 5:45 in the morning, everybody's half asleep, I go wake my three year old up, we sing happy birthday hug and kiss and then I'm out the door, like on my way to the airport, like just sick to my stomach, like what am I doing? Like this is completely incongruent, like I want to be present and like I said, I used to be ashamed of it. I didn't talk about it that much. But it's one of the things I finally realized, like, that's part of what happened to me, it took me from the theoretical ninja to actually getting into action because when I finally got to Frankfurt, and we spent all day in this business meeting that Michael, I don't even remember what the business meeting was about, like even to this day. What I can tell you though, that night, when I was at the dinner, and I walked out to go while everybody else was singing, and gave my young, my oldest son a hug and a kiss and blew out the candles like I was in Frankfurt, Germany, and I was like, I'm not doing this anymore and so that's the thing that took me from the theoretical ninja to actually going out and getting into action and starting to figure out, like, what do I want to invest in and all these other kinds of things and it took me from that point, it took me about eight months later, somewhere between six to eight months, I knew to make the very first purchase of the property I thought I wanted to buy here in Barcelona. But just one thing led to the next didn't work out, I was not in the type of market that would provide cash flow. I wasn't I didn't have enough education or network at the time to really understand the difference between cash flow markets and appreciation markets and all that stuff. But I finally took action and my wife and I were in Cairo, Egypt, I bought my very first duplex, which was in New Jersey and it was just a completely different, like different time, like didn't use leverage so much of the technology and stuff like that, that we do nowadays. But that's actually how I started getting into real estate wasn't really for money, it was just to start to get control because I didn't want to miss any more that really important stuff in my life. Michael: And I love that story, thank you for sharing and I know that there's a lot of things. I think it's so hard because there is a lot of things that investors are often have a hard time talking about or ashamed or whatever the cause is and I think it's so important to highlight those and spotlight those because there's a couple of things in my opinion, A it humanizes you, you're someone that's accomplished a ton and it shows people like look, Billy is just a person like you or I or anybody else out there and two like it shows the struggle, like we always talk about on podcast and these sort of things like oh, look at the we've we've climbed the mountain, we're there, we're at the conclusion. But there's this whole build up that isn't spotlighted, so thank you for sharing it. Billy: Hey, man, sure, no problem because like I said, I kind of jokingly earlier like just read a book. No, I didn't just read a book like you, you got started from there and then from there, you know, you get your first property, and then you get your next property and you make mistakes along the way. Like I said, I didn't have enough education. I didn't surround myself with people that were more knowledgeable than I did and it took me actually making a lot of money coming in the door, not having processes in place, things were broken, not necessarily the best experiences for the residents that we're living in our properties. I had to stop, I had to decide that it was time for me to pay to have a mentorship, like paid mentorship so that I could actually figure out like, what processes do I need, what systems need to be in place and things like that, and things got better. But definitely, I needed to take action. I took action, and I did a lot of things wrong, a lot. Michael: Yeah, well, I mean, that's what kind of builds you up, right and that's what makes you figure out okay, this works, this doesn't work. But how great that you could also leverage your mentor to say, hey, what have you seen because I'm just one person with one set of eyes. What are all the things you've seen him go well, and not well, and I think that's what people often miss out on? Yeah, yeah. So this is obviously the remote real estate investor people tell them all the time, Michael, there's no way I could invest remotely, but you're living fricking across the ocean across the pond, investing in the state. So what was that like, how did you wrap your head around, not physically being there never seeing the property, like you are different times But like, it couldn't be more different. Billy: Yeah, so you know, and this is one of those things, right and this is, I guess, just paradigm shifting. You know, one of the things that I love when you came to join me on the going long podcast is that we start to normalize this, right because a lot of the books that I was the theoretical ninja and always either they said it directly, or maybe kind of insinuated that, like you have to be a landlord, you have to live in the exact same place right and so I guess in my mind, I was thinking that because I initially started looking Michael to purchase properties here in Barcelona, and all the books when they were saying how are you going to make $200 a door $300 a door. You know, I would go and I would because I was a theoretical ninja right, so I went through and I penciled the numbers out and I would go through and talk to Donna rinse minus the operating expenses, net operating income, like and get a decent loan and I was like, hey, second, this is minus 50 euros alright, let me try the next one. Okay, well, yeah, well hang on a second. This is minus 75 euros. I mean, no, no, this can be hang on a second, the books at two and three and conversion, nope, still negative and so negative 150 and I was like, wait a second, like, this doesn't work like none of these numbers were working for once again, I didn't have the education and I did not have the network to actually ask the questions and so what I realized is I got a little bit frustrated, because I wasn't going to be able to invest here in my backyard and thankfully, I have very good friends that challenged me many times and they're like, well, Billy, you're like, you know what, you're American, why don't you invest in us and I just looked it up. I remember going well, that's probably not that's one of the least smart things I've ever heard in my life. It was a little bit more colorful than that but the reality was, I thought, do you not see the Atlantic Ocean between me where I live in where the closest property could be and then I thought, you know, what, actually, let me find out and so then I started figuring out like, what, what, who would I need on my team, because I knew that I wouldn't be able to manage the properties, I wouldn't be able to buy the properties I wouldn't be able to go through plus, that wasn't my skill set and so one thing led to the next where eventually, I ended up making that first purchase, doing it remotely, I started here and Michael, hopefully you have a similar type of view, which is, like, I see it as it's like any relationship. I knew that I needed in one in something, so I started taking action towards that towards building, being able to build relationships and make purchases. That's what I was, in my mind and so I started writing people emails, calling talk to family members that were back in the States. Hey, listen, do you know anybody who could help me I don't know anything about getting a mortgage and getting a loan and so they would help connect me with people. I was on the phone, I was sending emails. Once we finally connected with the broker, a general contractor, they introduced me to an agent. Then we started going from email to surprise, surprise. Hey, Michael, big, big hint here. Zoom has been around since before the pandemic, most people didn't know that, right? So I've been using it for the last eight and a half, 10 years, right and so you would that progression started happening from the phone calls to jumping on Zoom, hey, how you doing, be able to talk to one another find out if we're aligning certain types of things and then from there, once I knew that, I wanted to go deep into a specific area, because my goals were that big. It made sense for me to actually continue the progression. So I then put my money where my mouth was, and I actually got on the plane, I flew to meet with the brokers with the property managers, because I wanted to go deep in that particular location and that's what made the most sense for me. So it was having that progression, recognizing that I wanted to go deep in a specific location and then I followed that natural progression, to get to the location, meet a number of the members of the team and then started to build the team. I didn't do it very well that time, because I started without really having a mentorship but then afterwards, once I really figured out how to do it, I actually replicated that model in a different location, much faster, much better and with a lot less pain, being able to do it in the next location. Michael: Yeah, I love that. I think it's so important again, just to kind of stop and highlight this. So many people, I think, get into real estate and think I got to do all the things, I've got to become all the experts and like you don't, you can go and meet people and people know people and people talk and so once you find one good person, they probably know one other good person, if they don't, they might be able to tell you who you could go ask who might know somebody else. So I love that I love and I love that you took the like the system of setting up the team and you just like, did it another location and that's applicable anywhere, right. Billy: But you know what it is and so here's the thing that I did wrong, right because I think I love that you said they're like because we usually talk about the things we do, right and everybody wants to say about those types of things and so one of the things that I recognize now that I did not do in the proper order the prepper sequences, I had money in the bank and I knew I wanted control because I was not going to let the stock market thing happen again and one of the ways of being able to do that was start to generate my own income so that I was not going to miss another one of my son's birthdays or anybody else that I love, right and so, as I started doing that, I just went and I bought the property. Like I knew that I wanted to buy a property so I was looking to buy the property. But then when things so I bought the property had a skeleton kind of team but then when things started happening, I didn't have a team in place. I was like, hang on a second, this is broken, and they're calling me and I've got a Spanish phone number and this is not convenient, like they called the realtor and the realtor then sent me an email. I mean, it was it was because I'm in a different on a different continent and so I then realized that oh, hang on a second after being there for like, over a year in the same location, I didn't really even understand anything about the location that I was in. I just bought it there because I knew family members could get there more or less than an hour but there was no not much more process than that the only thing that I was crystal clear on is that I needed that I wanted the benefit of cash flow, like that's what I really wanted and I understood that I could also get some tax benefits. So I did it just the opposite of the way that I would say to people today, or that I do, say and teach to people today, which is, first get clear on the benefits that you are looking for what you're looking for, then get really, really clear on why you're looking for them. Because it's not if but when things get really, really hard and I know this sounds like probably an old record, but like you really are going to have to cling on to the why you aren't wanting to do this, because it's going to get hard and then afterwards, then you go to the location that gives you the highest probability of being able to achieve that benefit, tax benefits, cash flow, whatever and then you build the team and then once you build the team that understands the location that also understands the benefit that you're looking for, then it doesn't really even matter if you buy the single family house, it's on 123 Main Street, if you buy the multifamily building, if you buy a piece of energy equipment, if you buy whatever, because all of the four different steps are aligned, but starting with you and what it is that you want to do and why you want to do it like that's the way you're supposed to do it not don't do the way that I did in the beginning, because it's like you're gonna learn but it's just gonna be a lot more painful and costly. Michael: Mic drop podcast over Billy exit stage left, like that was amazing. It's so good, it's so good and I think like, it sounds so it sounds so simple, right? Like, it's so basic, you just like break it down into these four steps, I love it. I think it's just the execution, you've actually then just got to go do it and I think the the why piece of it, and we talked about it all the time on the show, and with friends and colleagues like that's, I think one of the most important pieces of this because you're right, it does get hard, it will get hard and if that's what you have to kind of ground you. I think you're gonna be okay. Oh, that's awesome. All right, Billy, let's fast forward. What is it that you're doing today because you mentioned like energy equipment and this is a real estate investing podcast shows like, fill us and fill in the gaps, what's going on? Billy: Yeah, so one of the things that I started realizing, right as an accredited investor, right and if you've not talked about that before, maybe if you want, we can talk about what that is. But I started realizing that I enjoyed real estate and I, I really, really, really like real estate, I enjoyed that asset, because it is an asset that you can have much more control over either doing it investing yourself or with a team and you're able to the control you can you can generate the income, you can force appreciation, you can control your expenses and things like that. So I really like that aspect of it and then when you look at the tax efficiency, because passive income is not the income that you're not working for, but the way that the IRS looks at in taxes, passive income, it's really extremely tax efficient, at the same time, because I was someone who is a high wage earner, and someone who was dedicated to working for someone else I understood really quickly, or actually, after a couple of years, that there's different types of ways that it does matter, actually how you earn your income and if you like the income, that is real estate related, which I like it a lot, I needed to figure out a way to stop paying 40 plus percent in taxes, right, and being able to find different vehicles that would allow me to do that. Now and let's say this is an overarching statement, not giving anybody any tax advice, just you asked me a question. So I'm sharing my experience in terms of why I even got into this other area because I believe, Michael, that as long as you know what it is that you want to do, why you want to do it and you have a general idea of the direction that you want to go just like big companies like what's your strategic five year plan, you know, you want to move towards these things. When you know the destination, then it's about figuring out which are the right vehicles in the right moment in time to help you get there and so real estate very much as an active part of my portfolio, I am also a passive investor and I got into the to the energy sector because there was a very specific energy opportunity so investing in carbon capture equipment, which allowed not only for the creation of consistent cash flow moving forward, but it also helped me on my W two income the taxes that I was paying on the W two income and so the way that I saw it was hey, listen, if I'm able to reduce the amount that I'm paying for my w two in terms of tax, then that's capital that I wouldn't be able to use input into other more tax efficient vehicles i.e. real estate and the likes so that I can actually move faster I can get into vehicles that get me to my destination much faster. So that's how that carbon capture equipment which is part of the energy sector got involved because it's that vehicle helps me speed up a bit if you will to get to the destination because it helps to reduce and relieve some of the tax obligation that I have on my w two income which is something that is very unique in my real estate investing because it's passive income was not doing so it's combining these different vehicles once again to get to the destination. Michael: I love it and it sounds like we could probably do an entire episode on carbon capture equipment and the whole energy sector. But for people that aren't familiar with it, like, give us a quick and dirty, how does someone get involved in something like that and really like, what is it? Billy: Yeah, sure. So the best way is we've been we've got a thing, and I'm sure you'll probably let me tell how people can get their head around that we have a special guide, it's a free guide, leaving your email, and we'll send it out to you. But in essence, basically, you are part of a company that owns a piece of equipment, that piece of equipment is used by a third party, and that third party, large companies that are using that piece of equipment, because of the because of their they're using this piece of equipment that you can take things like bonus depreciation, if you're familiar with bonus depreciation, if not, it's in the guide. So you can find out in that free guide that that that you can pick up and basically, for the use of this piece of equipment, we're able to use the tax code that's already in place, the IRS says, hey, listen, if you use this type of equipment, you find these types of you have this type of a working interest, then you have the option to or the ability to not the option the ability to take those losses against your active income and so basically, by being able to help, what the IRS is asking us to do, we are doing exactly that, putting it in the form of a company, and the company receives the benefits and the owners of the company are able to receive the benefits that they are proportionately involved in in terms of ownership of the company. I know it probably sound a little bit wordy, but it's only because it's probably easier just to read through the document and you can actually get the specifics on exactly what it is but just technically high level, that's what it is. Michael: So good and it's a what's the company called and where can people go get that guide and we'll link to it here? Billy: Yes, yeah sure. It's just go to first gen cp.com, forward slash pay less tax, it's: https://www.firstgencp.com/paylesstax and like I said, it's really for a lot of people, if you are a Mac like I was in software sales world, and I was working for a very large three letter German company called SAP and that company, you know, I was surrounded by lots of other people who are high wage earners. Also, today we're serving number of people that are in professional sports franchises or, and doctors, lawyers, and they enjoy investing in other assets like real estate and if they could do more real estate by having their tax bill, the right size, then, you know, they get to their destination much, much faster. Michael: It makes so much sense, so let's just turn back the clock for a minute here and I'm curious to know, because you've done both active investing and passive investing and we've been having a lot of syndicators on the show recently talked about the passive side of things. How did you figure out that it was appropriate for you from a timing perspective and how should people be thinking about whether going the active route themselves getting their hands dirty doing it versus just giving their money to someone else and letting them do the hard stuff? Billy: Yeah, so great, I love this question. I wish I would have known about passive investing earlier, because I would have done a lot more of it because the type of role that I was in as a high paid professional, if I just broke it down to the amount of money that I was earning per hour, based on the amount of time that I put in real estate versus my day job. passive investing would have made more sense for me at the time. One of the things I also say is there are some people like me, that really, really, really enjoy control, have to have control and so sometimes, well, I wouldn't even say sometimes, probably the right thing for that person that absolutely needs a lot of control is to be able to be the active investor, go out, find the property, do all the legwork, build your team, all that kind of stuff and I say that for two reasons, Michael. The first is you get the experience and people that have a need lots of control. If you don't do that, you're going to be unhappy, because you're going to be thinking to yourself, I could do it better, I do it faster. I could do it though, all this kind of stuff, right. So that's the first thing you need in will want that control. The second thing is when you do it, you are going to realize how much work it actually is and what it takes to actually make your, your, your residence happy, and your properties profitable and so you may decide after gaining the experience that maybe you can do it better than you shouldn't be doing it better and even if the dollar per hour euro per hour is less well at least you're in control, you're going to be right. For those people who are looking to get to the destination much faster. It's usually leveraging the efforts, the strengths of others and being able to be a passive investor. You can be involved you can learn what you need to learn so that you feel comfortable. Especially comfortable on the one thing that I think no one ever, ever talks about Michael, I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say normally when you're looking as a passive investor you're talking about, okay, great and you look through the business plan and you look and you say, okay the COC the cash on cash return is such and such, and the NPV is something else and the IRR is something else and that looks amazing and this is fantastic and you know what, what you're never looking at the ROS, right and that, to me is the one metric that that trumps all of the metrics, because it's the only one that really matters, right and so, like I said, if you're looking at IRR, well, great, perfect have to it's a 330% IRR. Fantastic, what your ROS, is you're always negative, is it positive, I don't know. Okay and you're probably thinking yourself, well, what is the ROI is Billy? Michael: Yeah, I was like for all of our listeners asking for a friend, because I definitely know what it is. Billy: Yeah, it's the most part, it's the most important metric of all, it is the return on sleep. So if your return on sleep is negative, even if the IRR is 380%, I'm gonna guess you probably wouldn't want to do that, because there's nothing that replaces the amount of nice, calm sleep that you receive in the evening and so that's, that's one of the other things that you want to look at, look at and think about it as an impassive as a passive investor. Excuse me, so those are the, I guess some of the things that I would think about as an active investor, if that's what you want to do some of the profiles of the people that probably need to try that or not probably, but you do need to try it, because you're going to understand, yes, you can do it better, faster, cheaper, or you should let somebody else do it better, faster, cheaper, better, maybe cheaper, or maybe exactly the same but you're not spending the same amount of time doing that because at the end of the day, Michael, the most important asset is time and how are you using your time? Are you using it to gain more education or insight, build a talent so that you can select the right team to do the same thing or do you are you using it so that you can actually build the skill to go out and find the properties and to be able to fix the properties and be able to do all that kind of stuff? So think it's a personal decision, but you need to sit down and look at the things do you need to control and look at, you know, what is your return on your hour of time and is that the best use of your time? Michael: Yeah, no, I love it. I love it. Be like you this has been so much fun as expected you delivered as expected. Where can people learn more about you can learn about your company invest alongside, you, where should they go? Billy: Yeah, sure. So are we done already, really? I can't believe it goes by. Yeah, well, you know, it's, it's, so here's the thing. So the best way and I appreciate you giving the opportunity earlier, but especially for those of you that are that you're in that accredited investor standpoint, and you want to understand more about what we're talking about for the energy you can go to first gen cpe.com forward slash pay less tax: https://www.firstgencp.com/paylesstax , the website is: https://www.firstgencp.com/ . You can go there just check out things and look get a better feel for who we are, who I am, who our company is and also to Michael, one of the places I love being able to also connect with people is through LinkedIn and so if you go to LinkedIn, I'm pretty sure I'm the only Billy Keels in Barcelona, Spain. So check out Billy Keels in Barcelona, send me just an personalized request. If you can just let me know that you heard Michael and I already having this conversation. It's just gonna let us keep the conversation going and be much, much easier for both of us. So those are the ways Michael man I really appreciate it and I mentioned before as well if you want to find out more complimentary to what you're doing the going long podcast with Billy Keels. We love talking about people who are remote investing long distance investing, if we can get build more momentum and get more people on board, it will be awesome. Michael: It's an amazing podcast. Oh my god, Billy my pleasure. Thank you, man. Thanks again. I'm sure we'll be chatting soon. Billy: Awesome, thank you, you too. Michael: Okay, everyone, that was our show a big thank you to Billy for coming on super great knowledge bombs dropped throughout the episode. Definitely go back and give it another listen if you missed any of them. As always, if you've liked the episode, please feel free to leave us a rating or review, like Billy mentioned they are super helpful for us, and we look forward to seeing the next one. Happy investing…
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Greetings Glocal Citizens! This week the podcast is coming to you from my recent trip to the Dakar Biennale where I met my guest, Bara Diokhané, thanks to Muhammida El Muhajir from EP27 (https://glocalcitizens.fireside.fm/27). Bara was born and raised in Dakar, Senegal. In 2018 he returned after an interesting career journey in New York. A lawyer by training, Bara Diokhané, started creating works of art at the start of the the 21st century, while living in Harlem, New York as an immigrant. In 2002 he was a participating artist to the MagnetDiaspora exhibit hosted during the 2002 Dakar Biennale by Yassine Arts Gallery. His first exhibition in New York City was hosted in 2003 by Steve Cannon's Tribes Gallery in Manhattan's Lower East Side. In 2004 he designed the backdrop for the scene of the Afropop music festival at Virginia University. In 2005 he was selected at the Diversity Project, curated by Danny Simmons and Rush Arts, which was an event showcasing the works of 200 New York artists in 16 different galleries. In 2006, I showed 10 paintings at the Dakar Off Biennale where most of the show was sold out. He has also showed at the State Black Archives Museum, in Huntsville, Alabama; Kiaca Gallery, in Columbus, Ohio; Columbia University; and the Schomburg Center for research in black culture. In 2007, he was selected for the Black Madonna Millenium exhibit hosted at the Museum for Contemporary African and Diaspora Art (MOCADA) in Brooklyn. That year, he also showed at Princeton University's Rockefeller Art Gallery. In 2010 Bara was invited to select one artwork from the collection of the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and couple it with one of his own works to make a pair during the "African Rythms, American Echoes" exhibit. Bara is presently writing a script about an African human experience of 50 years of arts, politics and academics. Where to find Bara? On LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/bara-diokhane-667b6b6/?originalSubdomain=sn) On Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/diokhaneb/?hl=en) On Twitter (https://twitter.com/kemtila) On Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/bara.diokhane.121) What's Bara reading? The African Origin of Civilization (https://read.amazon.co.uk/kp/embed?asin=B009N30PVO&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_9G08BRTH6GEHV6P421W3&tag=glocalcitiz09-20) by Cheikh Anta Diop Other topics of interest: Mor Faye (https://www.artforum.com/print/199106/saint-mor-faye-33781) KoToa Coffee (https://www.facebook.com/kotaocoffee/) in Dakar Doudou N'Diaye Rose (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doudou_N%27Diaye_Rose) On Senegal's BDS party (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senegalese_Democratic_Bloc) First World Festival of Negro Arts (http://www.williamgreaves.com/first-world-festival-negro-arts/) Spike Lee's 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks (https://40acres.com/about-us/) Special Guest: Bara Diokhané .
This week my guest is Amber-Lee Lyons who is the founder of Chakra Girl Co and Rituals by Chakra Girl App. In this episode we go deep on all things spirituality and rituals and are both very open and vulnerable about our experiences. We chat about: Amber- Lee's retirement from coaching Her Rituals app The importance of daily rituals Spiritual awakenings Feeling judged by others Being on a soul journey- the ups and downs The balance between the masculine and feminine How spirituality and luxury can co-exist together To try Rituals by Chakra girl app use code FACEYOGA and this link: https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/rituals-by-chakra-girl/id1603819039 (https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/rituals-by-chakra-girl/id1603819039) Useful links: https://bit.ly/2CByToT (Get my weekly newsletter full of tips and inspiration) https://faceyogaexpert.com/teacher-training (Face Yoga and Gua Sha Teacher Training Courses) https://smarturl.it/faceyogajournal (My New Book, The Face Yoga Journal) https://faceyogaexpert.com/ (My Website) https://faceyogaexpert.com/fye-blog (My Blog) https://faceyogaexpert.com/apps#apps (My Apps) https://bit.ly/2IjdPY0 (My Book Danielle Collins Face Yoga) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Danielle-Collins-Face-Yoga/dp/B089GDGDS4/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= (My Audio Book) https://faceyogaexpert.com/sessions (Face Yoga Sessions) https://faceyogaexpert.com/shop (My Shop) Follow me on social: https://www.instagram.com/faceyogaexpert/ (Instagram: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.facebook.com/The.Face.Yoga.Expert/ (Facebook: The Face Yoga Expert) https://twitter.com/faceyogaexpert (Twitter: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4xcFhl2nMbseJO9nEl_kog (YouTube: The Face Yoga Expert ) https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-collins-77744437/?originalSubdomain=uk (Linkedin: Danielle Collins) https://www.pinterest.co.uk/faceyogaexpert/ (Pinterest: faceyogaexpert) https://www.tiktok.com/@faceyogaexpert?lang=en (TikTok: faceyogaexpert)
Episode SummaryCEO of Netled, Niko Kivioja spent the first part of his career in controlled environment agriculture (CEA) as a grower and has spent the last decade in high-tech closed-environment and vertical farming technology development. Today, Harry and Niko discuss how the vertical farming industry is growing and what opportunities exist for competitors within the industry to share technological advances to benefit all companies. Niko shares some exciting new projects and partnerships, including one with a Calgary-based wholesale supplier to bring Netled's Vera vertical farming technology to the North American market. Thanks to Our SponsorsCultivatd – https://cultivatd.com/ (https://cultivatd.com/) Key Takeaways04:27 – Harry welcomes CEO of Netled, Niko Kivioja, to talk about the proprietary Vera vertical farming platform he's been managing and the research that goes into shifting focus to new produce such as strawberries 14:34 – Providing holistic solutions and building a world-class vertical farming team 18:33 – Advancements and specialization of technology in vertical farming and sharing resources so all companies in the industry benefit 23:01 – Niko talks about the latest initiative between Netled and Calgary-based Rambridge Wholesale Supply to bring Vera vertical farming technology to the North American market 33:15 – What excites Niko most about future innovations in the vertical farming industry 35:54 – Niko shares a major production project he's currently working on 38:55 – Power consumption at a vertical farm 41:06 – Raising awareness and educating the masses on vertical farming 45:18 – What keeps Niko motivated 48:35 – Harry thanks Niko for joining the show and lets listeners know where they can learn more about Netled Tweetable Quotes“I see that, to actually make a difference in this field when there is a lot of new commerce to the business, you have to offer broader offerings than just the farm and just the details of that farm.” (14:19) (Niko) “That's the problem for all technology companies. The technology is only as good as the people making it.” (16:45 (Niko) “It's always difficult when you risk sharing information with your competitors. Then again, when there is a limited amount of talent, that would benefit the entire industry to actually make a successful method so that all the interests of different companies can be met.” (21:58) (Niko) “Since the early days of vertical farming, there were challenges of getting financially feasible technology for actual commercial production.” (28:10) (Niko) “We're working probably in the most important field right now in solving these food-related issues.” (46:15) (Niko) Resources MentionedNetled Website – https://netled.fi/ (https://netled.fi/) Netled LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/netled-oy/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/netled-oy/) Netled YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWdujAa_kBqCbOAYx7SJKQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWdujAa_kBqCbOAYx7SJKQ) Netled Twitter – https://twitter.com/Netled (https://twitter.com/Netled) Netled Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/netled_/ (https://www.instagram.com/netled_/) Netled Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/NetledOy (https://www.facebook.com/NetledOy) Niko's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/niko-matti-kivioja-93333114/?originalSubdomain=fi (https://www.linkedin.com/in/niko-matti-kivioja-93333114/?originalSubdomain=fi) Sponsor Info Cultivatd's Website – https://cultivatd.com/ (https://cultivatd.com/) Cultivatd's Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/cultivatdco/ (https://www.instagram.com/cultivatdco/) Cultivatd's Twitter –https://twitter.com/cultivatd ( https://twitter.com/cultivatd) Cultivatd's Facebook –https://www.facebook.com/cultivatd/ ( https://www.facebook.com/cultivatd/)
Boxbollens grundare Jacob & Victor Eriksson gästar podden Framtidens E-Handel och delar med sig av hur det är att driva företag tillsammans med ett syskon. Vad är neurofitness? Hur ska man tänka för att ens målgrupp ska höra en? Och kan innovationen på en produkt någonsin ta slut? Ta del av brödernas spännande resa i detta avsnitt i Framtidens E-handel.De berättar om fördelarna med TikTok, hur otroligt kreativ man kan vara i användandet av gamification, och hur man skalar ett bolag. Jacob & Victor förklarar även om idén bakom Boxbollen, hur de hittade sitt unika sätt att kommunicera på bästa sätt via content, och hur man går tillväga för att kollaborera med riktigt stora profiler. De delar slutligen med sig av en supernice rabattkod till Boxbollen - missa ej!Rabattkod: FRAMTIDEN20- 20% rabatt på Boxbollen hela Juni ut.- Gäller ej redan rabatterade produkter och kan ej användas ihop med andra rabattkoder.Här hittar du Jacob, Victor & Boxbollen:https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacoberiksson/?originalSubdomain=se https://www.linkedin.com/in/victor-eriksson-019846a0/ https://boxbollen.com/ Följ Björn på LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/bjornspenger/ Följ Framtidens E-handel på LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/framtidens-e-handel/ Besök vår hemsida & Instagramhttps://www.framtidensehandel.se/ https://www.instagram.com/framtidens.ehandel/ Sponsorhttps://www.maddenanalytics.com/Support till showen http://supporter.acast.com/framtidens-e-handel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode SummaryAward-winning radio presenter and Host of Podland News, Sam Sethi, joins the show to discuss the numerous entrepreneurial projects he's worked on throughout his career, including the work he's currently doing at River Radio. Today, Harry and Sam share in an engaging dialogue focusing on Sam's tech journey, his transition to angel investing and other entrepreneurial pursuits, and the overall direction of the podcasting industry. Episode SponsorFocusrite –http://pcjk.es/focusrite ( http://pcjk.es/focusrite) FullCast –https://fullcast.co/ ( https://fullcast.co/) Key Takeaways06:42 – Entrepreneur Sam Sethi joins the show to discuss the inspiration behind launching TechCrunch Europe and his natural curiosity 11:53 – The self-deprecating, sarcastic and thirsty Brits 17:55 – Sam's fondest memory of early tech 21:42 – From Netscape to Microstrategy and Sam's experience with Michael Saylor 26:23 – Transitioning to angel investing and other entrepreneurial projects 34:08 – The origin story of River Radio 38:05 – What keeps Sam driven and motivated 42:49 – The Wine Keller and Viral Tribe 49:24 – Sam provides his thoughts on the overall health and future of the podcasting industry 54:27 – The most misunderstood thing about Sam and something he's changed his mind about recently 58:58 – Harry thanks Sam for joining the show and let's listeners know where they can connect with him Tweetable Quotes“I think British people are very sarcastic as well. That's one thing the Americans can quite get from us unless they've been in the company of Brits for a while. So, we have three traits. We are self-deprecating, sarcastic and we drink like a fish.” (12:10) (Sam) “The businesses I did after came about by chance. I sold a business to Topshop, which is a female clothing retailer aimed at teenagers in the UK. It came out of my daughter's need to find cheap clothing from her budget that we gave her. She was trying to maximize her budget and I thought, ‘I can write a real-time pricing tracker for her.' So, I did. And out of that came another business.” (32:39) (Sam) “We're not a music radio station. We're more of a talk radio station. We have shows on wine, parenting, books. So, we don't expect someone to listen seven to seven. They dip in and dip out. It means we can build communities and tribes within each show.” (39:05) (Sam) “I get bored quickly. Three years is probably the limit of my interest in something. If it's not continuously moving forward, if it stagnates after two or three years, I'll move on.” (41:32) (Sam) “I think PR companies and brand agencies are beginning to wake up to the potential reach and the vertical communities that are being created around podcasts.” (51:04) (Sam) Resources MentionedSam's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/samsethi?originalSubdomain=uk (https://www.linkedin.com/in/samsethi?originalSubdomain=uk) Sam's Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/samtalkstechnology/?hl=en (https://www.instagram.com/samtalkstechnology/?hl=en) Sam's Twitter – https://twitter.com/samsethi?lang=en (https://twitter.com/samsethi?lang=en) Wine Keller – https://www.winekeller.com/ (https://www.winekeller.com/) TechCrunch Europe – https://techcrunch.com/europe/ (https://techcrunch.com/europe/) River Radio – https://river.radio/ (https://river.radio/) Podland News – https://www.podland.news/ (https://www.podland.news/) Sam's Podcast: Sam Talks Technology – https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/sam-talks-technology-761256 (https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/sam-talks-technology-761256) Podland News – https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/podland-news-1566455 (https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/podland-news-1566455) Books Mentioned: Steve Jobs – https://www.amazon.com/Steve-Jobs-Walter-Isaacson-audiobook/dp/B07ZMKXMTG/ref=sr_1_1?crid=D624TGQBC1KY&keywords=steve+jobs+walter+isaacson&qid=1654782252&s=books&sprefix=steve+jobs+%2Cstripbooks%2C73&sr=1-1...
This episode of the pod kicks off with Lindsay, David, and Elisabeth reflecting on how artworks have changed (or reinforced) their perspectives on what art is, and whether or not Elisabeth is really “auditioning” for the role of co-host. Starting at about 9:00, guest Mary Louise Schumacher kicks off the conversation with a reflection about witnessing Milwaukee artist Roy Staab joyfully re-discovering his own artwork while watching it get destroyed in a storm. Throughout the conversation, Mary Louise shares about her trajectory from political and technology reporter to art critic, to director of the forthcoming documentary film, Out of the Picture. She reflects on how art critics draw on a much more “embodied” kind of writing than other more objective forms of journalism. Out of the Picture arose out of asking the question “what does it mean to write about art today?” Turning her camera on the interesting people in the art world who are writing about art, in the process Mary Louise and her team of collaborators ended up documenting extraordinary changes in visual culture and media. Since the beginning of the film, over the last ten years, 'Art” has evolved to include NFTs, social movements, memes and monuments, (oh my!) and visual culture shapes how we see the world more than ever. Out of the Picture raises questions including: how are power and privilege conferred on voices within the art world? And the question of how precious the work of art criticism actually is. Mary Louise also reflects on how the simultaneous openness, intimacy, and obscurity of the Milwaukee art scene promotes a special kind of artistic thriving, and periods of richness within our arts ecosystem. She closes with a fantasy edict to instate an Arts & Culture Administrator for the City of Milwaukee to help Art to be more valued in our community. Instagram: @Marylouises Due to the unprecedented number of shout-outs contained in this episode, we decided to do our best to represent all of the individuals and entities. Please enjoy the following absurdly long list of links: : https://www.outofthepicturemovie.com/ (Out of the Picture) https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=Ue4q0Twd_So&feature=emb_logo (Sunset Theatre by Sarah Gail Luther) https://okmke.org/ (Open Kitchen) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nature_Belle_(Staab) (Nature Bell by Roy Staab) https://mam.org/info/quadracci.php (The Quadracci Pavillion) https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicholaslujero/ (Nicholas Lujero) https://www.linkedin.com/in/cindy-eggert-johnson/?trk=org-employees&originalSubdomain=be (Cindy Eggert Johnson) https://www.markescribano.com/ (Mark Escribano) https://www.thisismilwaukee.us/johnathonolsen (Jonathan Olson) https://www.corridorfilm.com/ (Corridor the film) http://katieavilastudio.com/ (Katie Avila Loughmiller) http://www.naomiwaxman.com/resume (Naomi Waxman) https://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/residency/pegi-christiansen-distance (Pegi Taylor Christiansen) https://www.linkedin.com/in/katie-heil-a75b821a/ (Katie Heil) https://www.jasper-johns.org/ (Jasper Johns) https://www.rauschenbergfoundation.org/ (Robert Rauschenberg) https://latoyarubyfrazier.com/ (LaToya Ruby Frazier) https://whitecube.com/artists/artist/doris_salcedo (Doris Salcedo) https://www.hankwillisthomas.com/ (Hank Willis Thomas) http://postcommodity.com/About.html (The Post Commodity Collective) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Saltz (Jerry Saltz) https://www.linkedin.com/in/jen-graves-96bb123/ (Jen Graves) https://www.bostonglobe.com/about/staff-list/staff/jenee-osterheldt/ (Jenee Osterheldt) https://hragvartanian.com/ (Hrag Vartanian) https://genreurbanarts.com/ (Genre Urban Arts) ...
This week is a solo episode and I share with you a brief guide to balancing and aligning the 7 key energy centres or chakras with Face Yoga. I also suggest some colours, affirmations, crystals, essential oils and poems which work for each chakra. For a more in-depth guide to chakras and Face Yoga check out my 2-hour Align and Lift masterclass (£55) here https://faceyogaexpert.com/shop (https://faceyogaexpert.com/shop) Useful links: https://bit.ly/2CByToT (Get my weekly newsletter full of tips and inspiration) https://faceyogaexpert.com/teacher-training (Face Yoga and Gua Sha Teacher Training Courses) https://smarturl.it/faceyogajournal (My New Book, The Face Yoga Journal) https://faceyogaexpert.com/ (My Website) https://faceyogaexpert.com/fye-blog (My Blog) https://faceyogaexpert.com/apps#apps (My Apps) https://bit.ly/2IjdPY0 (My Book Danielle Collins Face Yoga) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Danielle-Collins-Face-Yoga/dp/B089GDGDS4/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= (My Audio Book) https://faceyogaexpert.com/sessions (Face Yoga Sessions) https://faceyogaexpert.com/shop (My Shop) Follow me on social: https://www.instagram.com/faceyogaexpert/ (Instagram: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.facebook.com/The.Face.Yoga.Expert/ (Facebook: The Face Yoga Expert) https://twitter.com/faceyogaexpert (Twitter: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4xcFhl2nMbseJO9nEl_kog (YouTube: The Face Yoga Expert ) https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-collins-77744437/?originalSubdomain=uk (Linkedin: Danielle Collins) https://www.pinterest.co.uk/faceyogaexpert/ (Pinterest: faceyogaexpert) https://www.tiktok.com/@faceyogaexpert?lang=en (TikTok: faceyogaexpert)
In this episode I reflect on the Learning Technologies Conference 2022 and my experience attending the conference in May 2022 in London. The following are the links to the people and resources that I discuss in the episode: Learning Technologies, London: https://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk Learning Technologies Conference 2022: https://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/welcome/conference/conference-programme Donald Taylor: https://donaldhtaylor.co.uk Talk: Creating a high performance culture in a complex, rapidly-changing world Matthew Syed: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewsyed/?originalSubdomain=uk Talk: Change Management Elisabetta Galli: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elisabetta-galli-3a105223/?originalSubdomain=it Anna Phipps: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anna-phipps-9079505/?originalSubdomain=uk Talk: Automation, skills and the disappearing office - facing the future of work Julia Hobsbawm: https://www.publicaffairsbooks.com/titles/julia-hobsbawm/the-nowhere-office/9781541701946/ Anita Lettink; https://www.anitalettink.com/about/ HR Tech Radar: https://hrtechradar.com Marco Dondi: https://outgrowingcapitalism.com/about-the-author/ Report: Defining the skills citizens will need in the future world of work https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/public-and-social-sector/our-insights/defining-the-skills-citizens-will-need-in-the-future-world-of-work Podcasts: John Helmer The Learning Hack Podcast: https://learninghack.libsyn.com Great Minds on Learning: https://greatmindsonlearning.libsyn.com Andrew Jacobs The Women Talking About Learning Podcast: https://womentalkingaboutlearning.com Sheena Whyatt: https://www.kapowme.com/team/sheena-whyatt/ The Flaming Super Business Chat Show The Mind Tools L&D Podcast: https://mindtoolsbusiness.com/resources/podcast
Joining us today to talk about education, esports, and gaming is Nick Turner, Consultant and Lecturer of Esports at Queen Mary's College in Basingstoke, UK. In this episode, co-hosted by Brandon Brunhammer, our conversation revolves around the benefits of adding esports to formal education curriculums, staying grounded, and keeping things real as members of the esports and gaming industry and how to base the industry's growth on connection. We also talk about Nick's journey in the industry, what motivates him to keep creating and working tirelessly for the industry's growth, and the exact moment when Nick spotted the gap between esports and education and decided to fill it. Resources: Visit Queen's Mary College website: https://www.qmc.ac.uk/. or connect with Nick on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nik-turner/?originalSubdomain=uk
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Rosie and Tessa talk to Lisa Mattam about using the importance of self-care in skincare and how clean beauty brands can help you achieve that. Advertisements and influencers for skincare and beauty products abound, particularly online, reminding us to adhere to society's beauty standards and pressuring us to purchase the latest items. These products, however, should go beyond aesthetics and promote self-acceptance and self-love. You can honor and care for your body by starting with the right ingredients.This episode is brought to you by: First PersonStart improving your brain health and cognition with First Person! Get fifteen percent off your first order by going to getfirstperson.comUse promo code:loved GEMRight now get 30% OFF your first order! Head over www.dailygem.co/loved If you want to start loving and respecting your body with the right skincare ingredients, then this episode is for you!Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: 1.Understand why you should be concerned about ingredients and invest in clean skincare brands.2.Learn intentional practices to incorporate self-care into your daily routine.3.Recognize the value of being responsible for your skin and nourishing it with good ingredients. Episode Highlights●[01:04] Introducing Lisa●[06:33] On Sahajan●[11:31] Consciousness in Shopping●[15:51] Self-Care in Your Daily Routine●[22:00] Self-Care for Entrepreneurs ●[26:22] Choosing Eye Creams●[31:45] Knowing Oils●[31:45] Support in the Beauty IndustryResources●Connect with Lissa Mattam:○Sahajan: https://www.sahajan.com/ ○Website: https://www.lisamattam.com/ ○LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisamattam/?originalSubdomain=ca ○Twitter: https://twitter.com/lisamattam ●The Detox Market: https://www.thedetoxmarket.com/ ●Credo Beauty: https://credobeauty.com/ ●Watch the HBO Documentary, Not So Pretty : https://www.hbomax.com/series/urn:hbo:series:GYjJrvg7QksLDwgEAAAAG ●Radically Loved is now part of the iHeartMedia Podcasts: https://www.iheartmedia.com/podcasts●Email us your topic at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to add the subject Wisdom Wednesday topic!●Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies at https://www.radicallyloved.com/free-stuff!●FREE Action Guide! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at https://www.radicallyloved.com/episode-show-notes, and I'll send it right away!●Stay updated!○Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rosieacosta/○Twitter: https:twitter.com/rosieacosta○Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radicallylovedrosie○TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itsrosieacosta
Tim grew up in London (Ontario), a small city between Detroit and Toronto. He had a happy childhood, but needed to live a closeted existence as his environment was hostile. After moving to the big city as a young adult, he quickly began to flourish. He lived a life surrounded by art and the artistic endeavour and lived within the irreverent energy that it exuded. Not considering himself an ‘artist', this early adulthood life experience shaped his ambitions to the core nonetheless. He soon began to understand how irreverence in the arts brought people together, created culture and helped changed beliefs. Over his career, he has become a globally recognized social entrepreneur in this space. We discuss how modernism in architecture began to focus away from people and give way to towers, plazas - and the car – and how we lost our way in creating places for people and stories and the emotional connection to both. We chat about the “activation” of a place, multisensorial dimensions and art as urban acupuncture. In line with our discussion with the late Hazel Henderson (ep 61), Tim talks about focusing on a bigger pie – not a bigger slice of what we already have. To DONATE to the Behind Greatness podcast, please visit here: https://behindgreatness.org. As a charity, tax receipts are issued to donors. Behind Greatness IG: @behindgreatnesspodcast & @inspire_north Tim, Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-jones-8ba9b11a0/?originalSubdomain=ca TW: https://twitter.com/timjones0001
Divorce can be a very challenging part of someone's life, filled with change, often sadness, and many other complex emotions. But aside from the emotional factors, there is a whole legal process that divorce entails. So what is it like to navigate through the legal system amid a divorce? What are some of the preconceptions about what one actually needs in a divorce lawyer and what the role of the divorce lawyer is? Lawyer Sean Valentine joins the podcast. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-valentine-81699057/?originalSubdomain=ca
https://youtu.be/jiJxgHeG7U4 (Entrevista en video) ▶ Alex Cabré es licenciado en psicología social. Ha trabajado muchos años en el campo de la comunicación, especialmente en el área de publicidad, branding y comunicación corporativa. Además, es coautor de tres manuales de branding y recientemente escribió su primer novel: “3650 día".
Welcome back to the Amanda Perry Podcast! Every Monday I'll be sharing insights from founders and leaders in the world of DTC, business and everything in-between. Andy Lambert is one of the founders of ContentCal and author of SOCIAL 3.0. Join us as we chat about ContentCal's journey, mastering content marketing for small businesses, the reality of Instagram's reach and the power of collaboratation. Founder to Founder group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1165986567563254/ Newsletter Sign-up: https://www.growplusagency.com/founder-to-founder-email-sign-up/ Grow+ https://www.growplusagency.com/ Andy Lambert: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andycontentcal/?originalSubdomain=uk ContentCal: https://www.contentcal.com/ Amanda Perry: https://www.amandaperry.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/amandaperryuk/ https://www.instagram.com/amandaperry/
Have you noticed that radical self-acceptance is linked to living a life of purpose? In this episode of Next Level on Purpose Podcast, Joanne Muturi speaks with Michelle Kahonzi Iha, IT Professional and Lead Coach at the Lady Anchored, about leveraging the hardships we've faced and our personal uniqueness in moving towards deep fulfilment. Joanne and Michelle explore the mindset shifts that help us understand the gifts in the challenges we've experienced, how emotional intelligence helps us live more authentic lives, balancing a 9-5 job with a passion project and highlight the following points: If we leverage our uniqueness and see it as an opportunity rather than a challenge, then we are on the road to living our purpose. Only you can bring the unique value you have to give to the world. Emotional intelligence helps us to understand the beliefs we have that do not serve us. Your story matters; it's your story for a reason. Constant, consistent, intelligent action will move you towards your most extraordinary life. “You can't grow a business when you're hiding. I've found that some of the people who are not able to move with speed and power it's because they're hiding. Be fully transparent.” - Joanne Muturi, Episode 20, Next Level on Purpose Podcast “What I seek to do as an emotionally intelligent person is identify what are the things that I have called ‘beliefs' in my life that are not serving me. It takes you actually sitting back and asking, “What is this emotion telling me? What is the thought that I've had that has led to this emotion?”. Once we're able to do that, then we're able to deal with it.” - Michelle Kahonzi Iha, Episode 20, Next Level on Purpose Podcast Michelle Kahonzi Iha says: Self-proclaimed Personal Encourager; IT Professional and Certified Mindset Coach. I am a Born-Again Christian. I have over 11 years of experience in I.T Solution Selling. I am currently working as a Partner Business Development Specialist Services at Cisco Systems based in Nairobi, Kenya. I am also a Certified Master Mindset Coach. I am the founder and I am the lead coach at The Lady Anchored Limited, which aims to emotionally empower fellow women to excel in their chosen fields and achieve audacious positive growth. You can follow Michelle here: Website: https://theladyanchored.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theladyanchored/ @theladyanchored Twitter: @TheLadyAnchored Facebook Page: The Lady Anchored Freebies Link: https://theladyanchored.com/freebies/ Schedule a Clarity call to work with Joanne: bit.ly/claritycallwithjoanne Find out how to work with Joanne Muturi here: https://www.facebook.com/JoanneMuturiCoaching/ Join Joanne's Facebook group ‘Lioness Arising' to be a part of her community https://www.facebook.com/groups/1842630312687726 Joanne's exclusive mailing list where she shares behind the scenes of things not even shown on social media Sign up here: https://www.joannemuturi.com/fearless Follow Joanne Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/purpose_cultivator/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/joanne-muturi-938ab03/?originalSubdomain=ke Twitter https://twitter.com/jwmuturi
Miranda Holder, celebrity fashion stylist, The Feel Good Fashion coach and lover of all things wellness is my guest this week. As well as being a lovely friend of mine, Miranda is a wealth of knowledge on all things fashion and clothes and shares this in a way which helps us all look and feel the best version of ourselves. In this episode we talk about: The power of fashion to help us feel good and change our mood How fashion can help our business, life and career 3 tips to boost our mood with fashion How to dress for the women we want to be How we can manifest abundance with fashion The power of colour to help boost our mood You can connect with Miranda via https://www.mirandaholder.london/ (https://www.mirandaholder.london) and on Instagram @themirandaholder Useful links: https://bit.ly/2CByToT (Get my weekly newsletter full of tips and inspiration) https://faceyogaexpert.com/teacher-training (Face Yoga and Gua Sha Teacher Training Courses) https://smarturl.it/faceyogajournal (My New Book, The Face Yoga Journal) https://faceyogaexpert.com/ (My Website) https://faceyogaexpert.com/fye-blog (My Blog) https://faceyogaexpert.com/apps#apps (My Apps) https://bit.ly/2IjdPY0 (My Book Danielle Collins Face Yoga) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Danielle-Collins-Face-Yoga/dp/B089GDGDS4/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= (My Audio Book) https://faceyogaexpert.com/sessions (Face Yoga Sessions) https://faceyogaexpert.com/shop (My Shop) Follow me on social: https://www.instagram.com/faceyogaexpert/ (Instagram: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.facebook.com/The.Face.Yoga.Expert/ (Facebook: The Face Yoga Expert) https://twitter.com/faceyogaexpert (Twitter: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4xcFhl2nMbseJO9nEl_kog (YouTube: The Face Yoga Expert ) https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-collins-77744437/?originalSubdomain=uk (Linkedin: Danielle Collins) https://www.pinterest.co.uk/faceyogaexpert/ (Pinterest: faceyogaexpert) https://www.tiktok.com/@faceyogaexpert?lang=en (TikTok: faceyogaexpert)
Heute hat Joel gleich zwei Investment-Größen an seiner Seite: Christian Leybold von Headline ist häufiger zu Gast, um Joel die große weite Welt des Venture Capitals zu erklären. Er wird unterstützt von Filip Dames, der mit Cherry Ventures einen der erfolgreichsten Fonds des Landes etabliert hat. Gerade herrscht eine Downtime am Markt. Die Tech-Werte sind runter gegangen und das Klima hat sich stark verändert. Wie verhalte ich mich in diesen Zeiten beim Investieren? Joel, Christian und Filip wollen eine Blaupause entwickeln, die du auch auf nachfolgende Downtimes anwenden kannst. Du erfährst… • …wie die aktuelle Situation auf dem Tech-Markt aussieht • …woran es liegt, dass selbst große Player gerade eine Downtime erleben • …warum antizyklisches Handeln nicht immer der beste Weg ist • …was „strukturierte Deals“ sind