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Big O Radio Show
Best Of The Slomin's Inside The Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro 05 20 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 52:14


Best of Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

The Onside Zone with Big O
Best Of The Slomin's Inside The Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro 05 20 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 52:14


Best of Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

Pixelated Audio
30 Years of VGM with Jeff van Dyck – PA163

Pixelated Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 100:18


We're joined today by another amazing and prolific guest; composer, Jeff van Dyck. Instead of focusing on a specific game we take a tour through Jeff's entire career from Skitchin' all the way to recent games like Unpacking. Jeff began his career in 1992 with EA (Electronic Arts), working on games like the FIFA, NHL series, and Need for Speed 1 & 2. He continued on to do the music for many of the major games in the Total War series, starting with the original, Shogun: Total War, and continuing with the Medieval and Rome Total War games. In recent years, Jeff has written music for a number of indie games like Assault Android Cactus, Hand of Fate 1 & 2, Submerged, Forts, Paint the Town Red and Unpacking In this interview we talk about a great many things; working in a constantly shifting industry, evolving as a composer, writing music for AAA games as well as indies, a bit of light hardware discussion, and just life in general over the last three decades. 2022 marks 30 years for Jeff in the games industry, a landmark achievement for anyone, and he's still going strong. We crammed in as much music as we possibly could, and we hope you enjoy listening to some lovely selections of music that Jeff has written over the course of his career. Episode Track List: All music composed by Jeff van Dyck unless otherwise stated 0:00:04 "Title Screen" Skitchin' (1993 - Gen) 0:04:18 "Smells Like Tuna" bedding 0:07:20 "Silken Liver Slipper" bedding 0:10:32 "Song 1" Fifa 95 (1994 - Gen) 0:16:00 "Song 3" bedding 0:18:24 "Aaeeyaaeeyaa" The Need for Speed (1996 - PS1/SAT) Vocals by Angela van Dyck 0:24:20 "Gore" Need for Speed II (1997 - PS1) with Saki Kaskas 0:36:48 "Pi Pa Village" Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom (2002 - WIN) 0:46:15 "Mobilize 3" Shogun: Total War (2000 - WIN) 0:50:50 "Melee Cafe" Rome: Total War (2004 - WIN) 0:57:06 "Divinitus" Rome: Total War (2004 - WIN) Vocals by Angela van Dyck Guitar and mandolin by Saki Kaskas 1:00:43 "Forever" bedding Vocals by Angela van Dyck 1:02:45 "Cactus" Assault Android Cactus (2013 - Various) 1:10:40 "The Beginning" Hand of Fate 2 (2017 - Various) Vocals by Angela van Dyck 1:20:06 "Infatuation" Unpacking (2021 - Various) 1:27:58 "I Like Water" excerpt 1:30:14 "Lost and Found" bedding 1:36:07 "Hog Wild" Paint the Town Red (2021 - Various) Other links: Jeff van Dyck Bandcamp - purchase many of Jeff's wonderful albums! YouTube - listen to a selection of Jeff's music Unpacking: The Fun Behind the Foley - Talk at GDC Recently released and upcoming games mentioned TemPoPo by Witch Beam Forts - High Seas - with music by Ella van Dyck

Paint ED Podcast
Stop Blowing Your Paycheck: Brothers of the Brush

Paint ED Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 64:46


The most important thing you can do is spend wisely and effectively. In this week's Bobcast, recorded during the COVID-19 epidemic, I catch up with Chanelle Taylor trading as The lady Paint & Decor based down in Caerphilly, South Wales. where we discuss things from working through the corona epidemic, to blowing all your wages when you're young and foolish and trash tv. So you know the drill by now, get a brew, pin back your lugs and give it a listen and give us (@ brothers of the brush Instagram and Jonathan) your feedback by hash-tagging # brothers of the brush podcast or # bobcast on Insta, and well give you a shout-out back! Brothers of the Brush is the first international show to arrive at PCA. Hosted by the English Master Decorator, Chris Kerfoot, this show consists of interviews with numerous decorators from across the world to acquire real-life business experiences and guidance from the source. This could be the next step in your globalization journey! Don't miss out on each episode made by decorators for decorators. Who is Chris? Since 1989, Chris Kerfoot has been a reliable and consistent Painter and Decorator. His company, which is based in East Yorkshire, England, provides top-notch painting, decorating, and spraying services for both residential and commercial clients. Chris is always interested in hearing what you have to say! Please contact him at info@brothersofthebrushpodcast.co.uk if there are any topics you'd want to hear more about, or if there's someone you'd like us to approach to feature on future podcasts (including yourself!). Watch the episode on PCA Overdrive PCA Overdrive is free for members. Not a member? Try our 30-day, free trial; $5.99/mo after. Download the app on the Apple Store or Google Play. Become a PCA member

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Getting Outside of the Spreadsheets and Delivering Value Above and Beyond

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 21:55


  Today, we welcome Zach Roesinger, a commercial real estate broker, syndicator, and CEO of CRE Pro Course. Zach is also involved in a lot of obscure deals which he discusses in this episode. With all of these things on his plate, he's able to make it work by building scalable systems and delegating effectively. He also shares the value of actively going out, taking whatever opportunity is out there, and putting yourself in front of people.   Zach specializes in Opportunity Zone real estate acquisition, entitlement, and zoning, as well as construction management of new build projects. Specializing in 1031-Exchange consulting and third-party capital placement in QSRs (Quick Service Restaurant) and franchised businesses by providing risk-adjusted returns to investors.    He has traveled to over 100 countries and worked on 5 continents for companies like LVMH, Newmark Knight, Cloudera, and Montegra Capital. As a sales leader for Trulia and Zillow, Zach “cut his teeth” outbound cold calling [ >250 calls/day] closing large deals with some of the largest brokerages and real estate teams in the US. A polyglot (fluent in Spanish and Portuguese), Zach has built sales teams that leveraged automation and proven sales techniques, teaching Heavy Hitters to focus their efforts on out-of-the-box solutions to complex commercial real estate deals to provide their customers and clients with unparalleled sales experiences.     [00:01 - 10:01] What Keeps You Going? Zach shares his background, CRE Pro Course, and his other ventures How he's able to focus on his multiple businesses Identifying tasks that you're uniquely skilled to do Standardizing procedures Having the right people in the right places Why Zach prefers to personally go out and do listings Picking up new properties and projects Meeting and talking to people, especially the workers onsite The way that you advertise is by doing a good job   [10:02 - 19:55] Be The Master of Your Domain Zach discusses his racetrack business and targeting buyers for nuanced properties Exemplifying that you are the expert in the space Make it easy for your clients and contact to complete the task you want them to do Eliminate steps Zach's recommended app   [19:56 - 21:55] Closing Segment Reach out to Zach!  Avoid pitch slapping Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes    “Put the right people in the right places, and make sure that they're happy and well-compensated for doing what they do, and that they're held to the certain standard that you know, a winning team is going to be held at.” - Zach Roesinger “It's really just going to be what is exciting and appealing to you, and what keeps you keeps you going and gets you going every day.” - Zach Roesinger “One of the most fun parts about brokerage and actually selling something is going out, hanging out with the dudes with the welders that are just in overalls. Those are the best people to actually get some insight from.” - Zach Roesinger -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Zach! Follow him on LinkedIn. Visit the CRE Pro Course website if you want to know more about the work they do. Check out his podcast, Coffee with CRE Closers.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Zach Roesinger  00:00If you had considered selling your racetrack, but you had never told anybody about it, but you didn't want to be the guy out there waving his hand saying, Oh, I'm selling my racetrack. I'm selling my, if you want somebody else to be out there marketing it for you, it just brings a prestige to your market. It allows somebody else to actively go out and get those while you run your race track, and it creates this buffer.   Intro  00:23 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big.     Sam Wilson  00:33 Zach Roesinger is a commercial real estate broker. He's the CEO of creprocourse.com. And also a real estate syndicator. Zach, welcome to the show.   Zach Roesinger  00:43 Sam, good to be here. My man very much appreciative of you and thanks for having me on.   Sam Wilson  00:48 Absolutely, pleasure's mine. Three questions I ask every guest who come to the show. In 90 seconds or less, where did you start? Where are you now? How'd you get there?   Zach Roesinger  00:55 Great questions. I'll start now. Clock go. I came from Denver, Colorado. My father is a real estate broker did land and big deals throughout my childhood. So I was brought into commercial real estate early, understand the cyclical flow of it, and how some days can be really great and other days can't. You have to come back to your family every day with a positive smile on your face when things are great, when things are not. I've traveled to over 100 countries around the world. Live now in Austin, Texas. And as you mentioned, I am the CEO of CRE Pro Course and CRE PRro Course is an online course that allows or teaches new agents who have yet to close their first deal to get their first listing and the first closing in the first six months so that they can bridge that gap and between coming over from residential real estate maybe or, or they're getting into it from another field altogether. So sometimes it's hard to get into commercial real estate because the closing time for your first closing is so long, most people can't last that long. But we teach you how to do it in your first six months. Some people do it in two months. So I also work in syndication, and I work in brokerage as well. So I sell warehouses, very obscure things a race track I have on a car dealership, a recycling center. So I really liked the obscure deals, and I'm always looking for more. So Sam, let's get together and do a deal soon, man.   Sam Wilson  02:14 Sounds like a winner, man. That's a lot of fun. And also a lot of different moving parts. How do you choose which one to focus on?   Zach Roesinger  02:22 Great question. It's funny because I have employees, and I work for people in each of these companies. And they say, you know, it's just mind blowing, Zach, I can barely keep one job straight, you know, throwing all the balls in the air and keep throwing them up. And it's just time attention to a particular task and importance, right? I attach a beta to every task that I'm doing. Is it really important? Do I need to do it now? And can somebody else help me do this? So as we talk about a scaling real estate venture, it's really important to be able to identify those tasks which you're uniquely skilled to do. that your company relies on you for and then make sure that you can, that you could probably do most tasks in your company, Sam, it's really helpful to be able to standardize those tasks, and then create a procedure around them and then have somebody who's maybe better apt to doing them actually follow through with it. So a good example is real estate flyers, right? When we get a new listing, you and I could probably sit down to InDesign or Paint program and come up with a really good-looking flyer, but is that the best use of six hours of our time? For me, it's probably not there are other people, my team that are really good at it. But they need to know what goes on there. Because they're really good at design, but they're not in the day to day, right, they don't understand the intrinsic value behind what I'm trying to sell in the commercial property. So it's really important to be able to scale out a business. And the way you do that is by standardizing, creating procedures, and then replicating yourself and really focusing on the things that you're good at. And more so on my teams. I know that there's some like I call them whale hunters, right? Some of the brokers that work for me, they are really, really good at closing deals opening, they're really good at relationship management. They're terrible at paperwork. So I don't want them doing paperwork, it's a bad use of their time, it's bad use of our resources. There are people on our team that are really good at it, right, you know, they're wizards at CoStar, they're wizards at Crexi, they can draft again, they can draft a flyer that makes just like, it's mind-blowing. But for them to do that, we have to have people going out, we have to have team members going out and actually getting the business without the whale hunters out there finding new deals, there's nothing for the rest of the team to do. So it's my goal as a manager or as a teammate, or anywhere in the organization is to put the right people in the right places, and make sure that they're happy doing and well-compensated for doing what they do, and that they're held to the certain standard that you know, a winning team is going to be held at. And if there's a breakdown, if there's an issue, if there's a bottleneck, we as managers, Sam, it's really important to be able to identify those and clear the bottleneck. So a lot of my time is spent addressing what works, what doesn't and how to standardize and scale those things which do work.   Sam Wilson  05:05 What about your current mix of of businesses, keeps you going out and still actively doing listings? It seems like that would be one of those things. As you're talking that you would say, Hey, wait, just from an efficiency standpoint. If you have a team of brokers, you guys take this you guys go list it. Why are you still involved in that side of it?   Zach Roesinger  05:22 I was asked my father this same thing to why does he not become a director or sales manager. I just think it's a really fun, I can be a little bit more selective on what I take now. But I tell all of our newer guys like take whatever is out there. Somebody that you used to go to college with, we run into them at a restaurant, they say, oh, yeah, I own this restaurant, thinking about selling it great. Let's figure out how to, you know, get you in the door and show you how to list that. Now if you decide you don't like restaurants listing restaurants, well, then we'll try it one time. If you don't like it, we'll move on to something else. But always be willing to say yes, in fact, earn the right to say no. And I know that Steve Jobs and there's others that say Warren Buffett that it's more important, the things you say no to than those that you say yes. However, when you're first starting out, I mean, you want to try, this really pertains to listing, I have oftentimes a listing agent or a newer agent that says, Well, you know, if I can't sell it, what happens? And I said, Well, okay, then you spent some time learning about a new field of study, you practice something new, you met a new potential client who is going to exude your praises, because the property didn't sell that's part of your fault. But also there's a lot of other factors that are out there. And I was referencing before the economy right or just you know, the hot topic of the hour. Here in Austin, we're starting to see a lot of resurgence back to an altered office. So and I say that by I come from Denver, Colorado, and I worked on this project called The Taxi Project, which is taking old warehouses and refurbishing them making them cool offices. Well, I just saw yesterday that I'm now big on TikTok, I'm @cre_pro_network on TikTok. When I saw on TikTok, this guy was highlighting an office building or a new office I called them warehouse, I think warehouse office buildings that were going for top dollar. And I think that that's going to be one of those things where historically, it has been a office building, everybody gets in an elevator and goes up. And now people are saying, you know, I kind of want a hybrid office. These cool, chic new buildings are pretty cool. So to answer your question, it's really just going to be what is exciting and appealing to you. And what keeps you keeps you going and gets you going every day. For me, it's not repetition. And it's not necessarily the money I don't really like when it becomes repetitive. You could sell the same, you know, warehouse over and over again. But is that really that exciting? So picking up new properties, picking up new projects, meeting new clients, one of the most fun part about brokerage and actually selling something is going out hanging out with the dudes with the welders that are just in overalls. And I'm an Italian leather suit. And they're there's this guy over here and I'm like No guys, like I really want to know, what do you, tell me more about this property, tell me more about what you like, and what you don't like, and what you would change. And so there's sometimes that's like those are the best people to actually get some insight from are people that are working and living there every day, not just the expenses and the NOI and the cap rate of it, but actually saying, Hey, I don't know if you know, to a new, let's just say a prospective buyer. I don't know if you saw this over here. But this is a unique feature that you won't find anywhere else. And I wouldn't have noticed it unless I talked to the guys who were on the shop floor. So that's what I really liked about brokerage is actually meeting and talking to people, getting outside of the spreadsheets and delivering, delivering value above and beyond. And I know it's cliche to say but that's how our business I think really scales out is that the way that you advertise is by doing a good job. If you're in residential real estate, you have a big billboard or you know you're on the side of a bus or something like that. But in commercial real estate it's completely reputation when somebody goes to sell their recycling facility and they're like, I don't know anybody in commercial real estate in their their country club or their you know the baseball game and they say oh yeah, Zach Roesinger, I know that guy. He sells just about everything and he was really good. Ge got us top dollar or he did a great job marketing. So all of the above and it feeds into itself Sam I would say that it's just much like your businesses that as I do CRE Pro Course and I have had a chance to launch our television show and we have Coffee with CRE Closers, my clients and some of my best clients today actually were guests on my show just much like this. I had them come on, talk about what they did they got to ask questions about commercial real estate. People gave me social proof by being the, you know, leading this TV show and so when they went to go sell their building, they said you know there's only one guy I can think of the guy keep seeing on YouTube and you know Facebook Live and LinkedIn live, that Zach guy. He sells real estate so they cross pollinate.   Sam Wilson  09:57 Man, love it. I love it. A lot of moving pieces there. Let's talk about these nuanced properties. How are, I mean it's one thing to find okay, you know, I'm beat on multifamily quite a bit because I'm kind of bored with it, to be honest, talking about getting bored, but it's like ever. You could find a million buyers for multifamily. I mean, you could be the worst broker in the world. Nothing you could move a multifamily property right now. I think it's a lot easier to move something such as a multifamily property. I'm presuming here. Over something much more nuanced, like a race track?    Zach Roesinger  10:30 Absolutely.   Sam Wilson  10:31 How in the world are you even finding are targeting the right buyers? Because not like, it's not like people are just hanging out on on LoopNet or Crexi. What are you...   Zach Roesinger  10:41 Well, I often think the same thing. And then I think to myself, well, it's a niche product, right? It's much easier, I believe, than selling a multifamily property, because there are only so many ferrous and non ferrous metal reproducers in this planet, and they all know where my client is located, like they do business with this person. And so it makes it very easy that no one's going to get out of a completely different business and just try their hand at a $25 million operation. No, no, they do it right now they're just looking to expand their operations. Yes, identifying the right one, that's a little bit more difficult. And because of that, we enter into a pretty ironclad agreement with the seller, because oftentimes, I say this sort of ingest, but a lot of our job in brokerage, I believe is to come in as a third party and well market a property which you may have thought was for sale or not. But I'm the one who validates that. So if you had considered selling your race track, but you had never told anybody about it, but you didn't want to be the guy out there, waving his hand saying, Oh, I'm selling my racetrack, I'm selling my, if you want somebody else to be out there marketing it for you, it just brings a prestige to your market, it allows somebody else to actively go out and get those while you run your race track. And it creates this buffer. So if you didn't want to sell to somebody, for example, you don't have to address them directly. Because I'm sure in the race track world, for example, it's pretty small, you're going to see that person again at the next race track owner meet up or whatever. So that's what's the great part about having a broker. And I think the other part of it is that as the marketing, I really think that for us, and in order to scale, it's always been an issue with, you know, you don't just stick a sign in the yard anymore when you're trying to sell commercial real estate, you actually have to be pretty dialed in in terms of the ability to replicate and scale. And I think that's much a testament to your show here, Sam, and I come out of commercial or I come out of computer and software sales. And those guys really have it dialed in. I moved from Brazil, up here to Austin to go through an IPO with a company called Cloudera. And the company's they've taken a billion dollars in investment at that point, a company that has a billion dollars in their only objective is to get on as many companies, fortune 500 companies as possible. They're going to spend whatever it takes in terms of software and scaling and, and replication and automation, in order to make sure that their salespeople are utilizing their time the best so that they get the most orders so they get the highest stock price when they do go public. So I just take a page out of the book from the software salespeople in that you want to be, just like you're doing here, Sam, which is a one-to-many approach, allowing people to engage with you when they're ready. But exemplifying that you are a master of your domain or what you're trying to put out there into the world to say, here's who Zach Roesinger is, here's who Sam Wilson is. And if you want to do one of these things, if you want to buy or sell a race track, I know the guy but I'm not calling the people that are selling and buying racetracks. They're calling me because I've talked about it or because somebody said, Hey, do you think this thing is ever gonna go up for sale, or maybe I just got it out there with my marketing team to some degree, and somebody says, Oh, I saw this on Facebook the other day, or I saw this on a Google ad the other day, or I saw a video on this the other day, we may want to buy this asset or we may want to talk to the guy who's trying to sell it. And there's only one of me out there. So I think that's a lot of what it required which is the one-to-many philosophy and then allow people to engage with you but make it very, very easy. I want to highlight one of these things that are might be embarrassing you but you do the same thing on your podcast as I do on mine, which is make it really really easy for your guests, make it really, really easy for your clients and your contacts to complete the task that your objective or your goal is. And I reminded of that this morning when somebody asked me can you write a recommendation for me on LinkedIn because I'm trying to get a job at this brokerage and I said I would love to. I first of all don't have the bandwidth to think that hard through it and look through like what you've been doing over the last few years but I liked you and I'll do it for you, make it really easy for me. Tell me who it is, provide me an email of what that looks like and what you would like me to do. I am more than happy to. I'll edit it. I wouldn't say anything that I don't mean. But it's going to be the same, it's going to be, hey, this guy, Johnny is a great guy, have a conversation with him, Bobby, if it works out great. And if it doesn't, that, you know, it's just another connection for you, but do it as a favor to me, right. And the only way that you know he's going to get that meeting maybe is if I write that letter, but I'm not going to remember to do that after the 97 things that I have to do. So make it really easy for somebody. The same thing on on an email, make it a clickable link, right? If I put up six listings on Friday, and I created or I had my marketing team create six different bullets, six different web pages with six different information sheets on it, so that if I had to give it to somebody, or if I had to give it to, you know, send it out to a few brokers I thought might be interested, I could just send them this, they could click on it, it has a way a call to action at the bottom, makes it really, really easy. But don't make somebody work harder than they need to because they won't, right.    Sam Wilson  15:56 That's absolutely spot on. That goes for reviews, LinkedIn recommendations, man, and everybody asked me for something like that I say you write it, send it to me, I'll make my tweaks. I will, it'll come, it'll be from Sam Wilson, but you're gonna write it and I'm gonna just edit a few little words here and there, make it authentic. Because again, as you said, I'm not gonna say anything. I don't mean, and I'll delete it if I don't mean it. But make it easy for me. And that goes for listings, that goes for onboarding clients in you know, investors, I'm dealing with a thing today. And I'm like, Oh, wait, that link is gonna take them here. And then they got to know we're not doing three steps. This is one step. One step, give me your money.   Zach Roesinger  16:31 I believe it's Occam's razor as well, right? Make the path of least resistance, the most apt choice and why I say that is at the end of Coffee with CRE Closers, my podcast, I say how can people get in touch with you, but I pre warn them and say, hey, look, have something loaded up. But make sure it's not temporary, right? Don't give me your Clubhouse username, or whatever it is, you know, like, it's something that might not last the test of time, or may not even last as long as this you know, as this podcast or my podcast or whatever. But do something that like is where you're heavily followed. So if it's LinkedIn is where you do a lot of business, but you're trying to grow your TikTok, and I'm speaking personally, because I'm trying to do this right now. I'm big on LinkedIn live, but I'm really small on TikTok live. Yeah, so I tempt myself to say, oh, I can build my audience by sending them to my TikTok channel. Well, if tick tock doesn't work out for me, I know LinkedIn will long term like that's just where business gets done, but don't sacrifice in the short term. Really, you can build your audience organically on tick tock, and you can mention it may be but stay with the channel where you're going to deliver the most value. And then once they get there, once they're on LinkedIn, which you know, has 20,000 People that follow you sure mentioned it on there as well, right? Then they can redirect and go to TikTok. But when there's too many steps, Sam, if you ask somebody to endorse you, here, here, here, here, here, I get like one or two maybe, and then I'm like, okay, like I'm endorsed out, I want to do this for you. And if there was one button, I could push that would syndicate across all of them, I would do it. I wish it would post to all of them. And it there may be something out there where people are going to email in to your program here and say, Oh, well, Zach, you should use this really great plugin, which, you know, that's, that is one of your questions on your sheet here. And I want to I think that knowledge is power. And the more resources we can get out there, the better my number one tool for commercial real estate or real estate in general. And I think everybody should look into this because it's not that expensive. It's maybe $100 A year is one called LandGlide. It's really just the shortcut way. It's available on iPhone, and maybe Android as well. It's in the Apple Store. So maybe it's just anyways, what it allows or what it does is it systematically organizes on a map all of the CAD data so the Central Appraisal District data, it's also kind of a cool parlor trick, right? If you're driving down the street and someone says, Hey, what do you think that house is the value of that house is well, sometimes it's hard on Zillow and Trulia or Redfin or something to like, dial in on that then it's like speculative. It's the Zillow price or Zestimate. This one is actually just the appraisal district and how much of the land is used for agriculture and how much is you know, for the residential, how big is the house square footage? It's all the stuff that's in the Central Appraisal District, but it's just in a very easy to read format. So it's one of the few apps that I pay for, and I relish try to offer that as much as possible to someone who, particularly if you're driving in a neighborhood, you're like, Oh, I really like this neighborhood. I really would love to purchase his building. How do I get in touch with the owner? The owner is written right there, right like it maybe it's an LLC, or maybe it's a business entity, but that's really, you know, go to open corporate.org or calm. You can find out what the phone number is who the head of who the board directors are. It's one more step but it's also like if you really want something you're gonna have to put in some effort. This just eliminates about 10 of the steps going with LandGlide, so I heavily endorsed them outside of my own software which is creprocourse.com. Plug it.   Sam Wilson  19:56 On that note, Zach, what is the best way to get a hold of you?   Zach Roesinger  19:59 I am Z-R-O-E-S-I-N-G-E-R on LinkedIn. So I'm Zach Roesinger. Find me on LinkedIn and what I was asked him and encourage you to do the same. It's hard for me to always put together exactly who is the best contact for you. So tell me who that is. If we connect today, and you say, hey, great to connect, do not, we call it pitch slap. Don't pitch slap me. Don't tell me how I need auto insurance or, you know, we should jump on a call to find out whatever my car warranty or something. Yeah, let me know how I can help you out. And that's not necessarily going to be buying your product today. But if it's an introduction, I'm more than happy to do that, even if we just connect, because that's what LinkedIn, I believe should be used for. It shouldn't be used for selling, it should be used for connecting, providing connections is what we do, Sam, it's one of the biggest things in commercial real estate, we've connect a and b and we get paid handsomely for that, or at least we solve the connection problem between A and B. LinkedIn helps me do that because it shows me what your skillset is. And it also shows me where it allows me to connect you directly to your next big investment or your next client.    Sam Wilson  21:09 Love it. Zach, thank you for coming on the show today. I certainly appreciate it.   Zach Roesinger  21:12 I really appreciate it. Please come on Coffee with CRE Closers or follow everything. We're doing it creprocourse.com. I really appreciate your time today, Sam.   Sam Wilson  21:21 Thank you. Yeah, we'll certainly make sure put that in the show notes creprocourse.com. Thank you, Zach. Appreciate it.   Zach Roesinger  21:27 Yeah, man. Thank you. Thank you to audience.   Sam Wilson  21:55 Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen, if you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories so appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.

Posting in the Paint
Posting in the Paint with Doc Bell the Angry Black Man Ep 312- He Represented Our Manhood

Posting in the Paint

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 230:39


Drew Berquist Live
Liberals Spin Up Replacement Theory Stories, Paint GOP Racist | DHS Truth Board Going Away | Ep 400

Drew Berquist Live

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 56:31


The new phrase du-jour that is being spun by the left is 'replacement theory" and they are again attacking conservatives to distract from their own plans to overhaul the country and how things are done. Plus, the Ministry of Truth is done? Jancowicz is out as DHS says the governance board will be paused. And what is going on with the WHO, as well as a several other stories. LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new content every day. RUMBLE: See the full LIVE show on Rumble. Subscribe, Watch and Engage at https://rumble.com/DrewBerquist LOCALS: Get Booze & Banter and Exclusive Content at https://DrewBerquist.Locals.com SUPPORT THE SHOW: Love Common Sense And Want To Keep Free Speech Alive? Support the Show. https://www.drewberquist.com/support/ SHOW SPONSORS AND AUDIENCE DISCOUNTS Mammoth Nation - Shop Conservative and push back against the woke left. Become a member at https://mammothnation.com/ and use promo code DREW to save 30% on your membership. Red Beach Nation - Whether you live at the beach, are traveling to one or just want to imagine yourself there…Red Beach's comfy patriotic apparel is sure to lift your spirits. Use promo code DREW and save 10% at https://RedBeachNation.com My Patriot Supply - Every family should have at least one three-month supply of food per person. Go to www.SurviveWithDrew.com to SAVE $150 and get FREE SHIPPING on your 3-Month Food Kits. My Pillow - Get the best night's sleep of your life and save! Use Promo Code DREW to save up to 66% off your purchase at https://MyPillow.com Strikeman - Save big on costly trips to the range, conserve ammunition, and train effectively in the comfort of your own home. Try Strikeman risk free for 15 days. If it doesnt improve your accuracy, they'll refund you in full. Try Strikeman for $79 with promo code: TRAININGDAY at https://strikeman.io GoldCo - Protect your savings and don't let inflation get you down. Call Goldco at 855-717-3188 or visit https://goldco.com/drew To Get A Free Gold IRA Kit… The Root Brands-Get rid of heavy metals and toxins in your body! Purchase Clean Slate and other Root Brands products here: https://therootbrands.com/product/trinity-pack/drewberquist Bottom Gun Coffee Co. Support veteran owned companies and start your day with U.S. Submarine Inspired Coffee at https://bottomguncoffee.com/ Use Promo Code "DREW” To Save 10% Aura - The New Standard in Digital Security Honest Pricing. Serious Protection. Help When You Need It. Visit Aura.com/DREWBERQUIST and Save 40%

Black Irish Podcast
Best Coke Ever

Black Irish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 60:31


Don't do drugs, irresponsibly. Mike is Black and the cat is out of the bag. This week, the guys get into addresses, mail creeps, Coke, making hard cutbacks, lingering questions, Mike and Brendan make a personal wager, NBA Playoffs, NBA Lottery, PGA bets, Carmen Electra, Drake, entertainment reviews and more! Spotify Playlist of the Week: Big L & The Clash https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1bpQaqhElRs0HIlYxm4Ee7?si=u4GrpwK3T9qhkgrfmBuloQ (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1bpQaqhElRs0HIlYxm4Ee7?si=u4GrpwK3T9qhkgrfmBuloQ) EPISODE TIMELINE 0:00 - Intro/He's Black 2:06 - Paint the Curb 5:37 - Best Coke Ever 7:43 - 30 Days of Pain Update 11:26 - Follow Ups 17:22 - Mavs/Warriors Wager 23:19 - NBA Lottery & Playoffs 29:37 - PGA Championship Picks 33:28 - Whatcha Watchin? Katt Williams, Carmen Electra & Drake Drama 52:34 - Indecent Proposal 55:24 - Skippin Kendrick/Playlist/Ratings Ratio/Outro Follow us: Instagram: @blackirishpod Twitter: @blackirishpod Mike Instagram: @blackirish213 Brendan Instagram: @brendallas7 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIbaKEbLuh1SMqkWNPP5Omg

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday - Segment 3 Slomin's Inside The Paint 05 18 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 19:16


Segment 3 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday - Segment 3 Slomin's Inside The Paint 05 18 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 19:16


Segment 3 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday - Segment 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint 05 18 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 16:47


Segment 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday - Segment 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint 05 18 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 16:47


Segment 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday - Segment 1 Slomin's Inside The Paint 05 18 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 16:53


Segment 1 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday - Segment 1 Slomin's Inside The Paint 05 18 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 16:53


Segment 1 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday Hour 2 ITP 05 18 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:19


Hour 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro 05 18 2022

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday Hour 2 ITP 05 18 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:19


Hour 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro 05 18 2022

Ad Age Marketer's Brief
How Behr Paint is tapping into trends to attract younger customers

Ad Age Marketer's Brief

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 20:59


Behr's Global CMO Jodi Allen talks about DIY millennials and why a paint brand needs an NFT.

Video Game History Hour
Ep. 83: Mario Artist Paint Studio

Video Game History Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 41:50


Returning guest Jack Yarwood recently wrote about this Mario Paint sequel in his article How a British Developer Made a Japan-Exclusive Sequel to Mario Paint: the Super Nintendo utility to create art, animation, music, etc. Published in 1999, Mario Artist Paint Studio was a direct sequel in everything but name. Being exclusive to Japan and exclusive to the N64 floppy disk add-on 64DD is just the beginning of this odd tail. See more from Jack Yarwood : Twitter: @JackGYarwood Video Game History Foundation: Podcast Twitter: @gamehistoryhour Email: podcast@gamehistory.org Twitter: @GameHistoryOrg Website: gamehistory.org Support us on Patreon: /gamehistoryorg

Fig & Farm (at home) - Design Happy Living
// Working with a $200 budget to refresh your living room? Where to spend your money when you have a small budget (part 2)!

Fig & Farm (at home) - Design Happy Living

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 18:07


Continuing last week's conversation: if I only have $100 but want to do a living room re-fresh, is it better to save and wait or are there things I can change now within this budget? Part 2...what if my budget was $200? $200...not much more than last week's $100, but definitely an improvement! But when you're wanting BIG CHANGE in your living room and you have a tiny budget to start with, even with an extra $100 to spend it's not going to bring about big change...right? WRONG! In today's episode I share two options for re-freshing your living room with a $200 budget. Option 1: a continuation of what we did for Sarah, last week. If you missed that episode, listen here:  Option 2: spending $200 at once. What are good options for a living room re-fresh when you're working with that budget? * Paint: but you need to start with a color palette (listen here for how to create one) * Lighting: enhance the mood with some ambient lighting and ditch the builder grade overhead light fixtures to bring in lighting with your personality * Small Anchor Pieces: not sure what those are? Go back and listen to the episode where I flip BUDGET on its head, making it not only imaginable but fully possible for you to create a home you love with the budget you have. Listen here. // Links mentioned in show: // * Feeling BRAVE? Post a picture of YOUR living room in the Facebook Community with the caption $200 and I'll suggest budget-friendly change specific to you (*I will do this for the first 5 people who comment with a picture. Offer expires 6/1/2022). https://bit.ly/design101group * Work with me: www.figandfarmathome.com * Email: figandfarmathome@gmail.com   Happy Styling! xo, dani    

So Very Wrong About Games
#213: Omnibus Questions Charlie Bravo

So Very Wrong About Games

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 65:30


We received a number of questions of a more personal nature which we have decided not to address. This is only partially out of a sense of privacy. Rather, we are firmly of the editorial position that the show is best when we focus on games, rather than the personal details of the hosts. We pride ourselves in only wasting a certain amount of your valuable time, and were we to indulge in more personal digressions that could easily balloon the show well beyond the limits of absurdity. 01:08 AYURIS: Flotilla (J.B. Howell & Michael Mihealsick, WizKids, 2019)Games Played Last Week:04:10 -Ark Nova (Mathias Wigge, Feuerland Spiele, 2021)07:26 -Massive Darkness 2: Hellscape (Alex Olteanu & Marco Portugal, CMON, 2022)11:40 -Foundations of Rome (Emerson Matsuuichi, Arcane Wonders, 2022)13:31 -Planet Unknown (Ryan Lambert & Adam Rehberg, Adam's Apple Games, 2022)17:45 -Ghosts of Christmas (Taiki Shinzawa, BoardGameTables.com, 2022)20:00 -Imperium: The Contention (Gary Dworetsky, Contention Games, 2021)21:26 -Legendary Inventors (Frédéric Henry, Bombyx, 2016)22:50 -Capital Lux 2: Generations (Eilif Svensson & Kristian Amundsen Østby, Aporta Games, 2021)26:22 -Paint the Roses (Ben Goldman, North Star Games, 2022)29:40 -Space Alert (Vlaada Chvátil, Czech Games Edition, 2008)30:57 -Reichbusters: Project Vril (Jake Thornton, Mythic Games, 2020)News (and why it doesn't matter):32:02 Tough Calls: Dystopia; negotiation reminiscent of Durance?33:05 Anunnaki: Dawn of the Gods is back, revised, on Kickstarter #noTyrnosale34:10 Awlrach the Drowner from Games Workshop34:49 Topic: Omnibus Questions Charlie Bravo

Today's Homeowner Podcast
Properly Prepares Paint Prep | Tips

Today's Homeowner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 1:30


Even great paint won't stay on a house long if the surface isn't properly prepared before it's applied. So, a little extra work up front will save lots of work later. Paint won't stick well on a dirty surface, so the first order of business is cleaning. Tri Sodium Phosphate mixed with water makes a great cleaner for painted surfaces, but be sure you rinse it well with a garden hose or a pressure washer. Any paint that's bubbled or cracked needs to go, so some sanding and scraping may be necessary. If you expose the bare wood you'll want to apply a coat exterior primer over those areas so the topcoat will stick properly. Finally, apply some quality latex caulk to all the gaps or cracks and once it dries, you're ready to paint.…. 

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast
How to Build a Butterfly Garden | Big Paint Projects Made Easy | Fun Spring Flooring Trends | Ep #2205

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 38:50


SHOW NOTES: Are you ready to take on a big paint project this Spring like a deck, a fence or even the entire exterior of your house? It's become a lot easier to do. We walk you through new high-efficiency airless paint sprayers.  Right about now we are in the middle of the Spring flooring season, a time when new products, patterns and colors emerge and establish trends for years to come. We'll share insight on what's new, what's next and what's trending in flooring for the season. Butterflies are one of the best parts of spring and summer and attracting them to your means you'll have an army of pollinators working hard in your garden. We share the top 5 flowers that will encourage them to make your home, their home. Plus, answers to your home improvement questions: Alan from Tennessee has a cracked driveway he needs to patch. Jane in Washington DC needs a eco-friendly, non-toxic rug. Tonya from North Carolina has a door sill and jamb that is starting to rot. Kirk in California wants to know how to preserve an older patio. Kimberly from Texas needs to repair a leak in her metal roof. John in Florida wants to know the best product for weatherstripping fiberglass double doors. Pat from Iowa is wondering if it's possible to paint aluminum siding? Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

LesbiReal Boo
Paint Me a Sex Scene

LesbiReal Boo

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 45:37


Today's Topic: Have you ever tried to set a sex scene or try something new and it was a fail? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Earnestly Speaking Podcast
In The Paint: What The F*ck Was That?

Earnestly Speaking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 33:31


Earnest ‘EJ' Christian, Zack ‘The Degenerate' and Kris Krizmanic react to the Phoenix Suns Game 7 meltdown in their playoff elimination loss to the Dallas Mavericks and Boston punching their ticket to the East Finals over Milwaukee. Plus predictions for both East and West Finals series. Watch this episode herehttps://youtu.be/7tt1ZdGnRLAFollow Earnestly Speaking Media on SocialWEBSITE EarnestlySpeaking.netNEWSLETTER http://earnestlyspeaking.substack.comYouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq_t5MgIc5BrRtiy734pMiQTwitter @EJChristian7@EarnSpeakMedia @fsuknowitallFacebookhttp://Facebook.com/EarnestlySpeakingMediaInstagram@earnest_christian@EarnestlySpeakingMedia

Artist Academy
209. Street Artist Turned Muralist in the UK with James Carter

Artist Academy

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 31:50


This week's episode on the Artist Academy Podcast features a northern United Kingdom muralist James Carter.James has been dabbling in paint and street art for many years but just recently went full-time into the mural business during the Covid lockdown. It's quite a different landscape for artists working across the pond.In this interview, we chat about the differences and similarities compared to painting in the United States. It's refreshing to hear James' welcoming view on things like painting in public, plus he gives us some tips on using spray and a bunch of stuff in between.Let me know what you think of this week's episode with James Carter.https://www.artistacademy.co/muralmaster https://www.instagram.com/durhamspraypaints

Taking Care of Business with Dan Tratensek
Episode 63 - A Conversation With PPG on the Paint Industry

Taking Care of Business with Dan Tratensek

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:22


In this episode, Dan has a conversation with Todd Gatesy, the general manager of U.S. dealer and retail for PPG's Architectural Coatings business. They talk about how the past few years have impacted the paint industry, new product lines coming from PPG and the future of the industry as a whole. Dan also chats with Brett Polachek, the national account manager with Sakrete. The company recently launched a partnership program with NHPA called Building a Strong Foundation. The program is intended to assist NHPA in developing young leaders for the independent retail channel.   Music Credits: "Let That Sink In" by Lee Rosevere

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Democrats shift messaging ahead of midterm elections to paint Republicans as too extreme

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 8:06


Democrats are crafting a new message as they grapple with how to position themselves in November's midterm elections, in which rising inflation and gas prices remain the biggest obstacles. President Biden has been testing his new messaging strategy while drawing a contrast with the GOP and warning of Republican extremism. Anat Shenker-Osirio, of Aso Communications, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Politics
Democrats shift messaging ahead of midterm elections to paint Republicans as too extreme

PBS NewsHour - Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 8:06


Democrats are crafting a new message as they grapple with how to position themselves in November's midterm elections, in which rising inflation and gas prices remain the biggest obstacles. President Biden has been testing his new messaging strategy while drawing a contrast with the GOP and warning of Republican extremism. Anat Shenker-Osirio, of Aso Communications, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

BGP Radio
AEW Paint Themselves Into A Corner Again On Rampage!

BGP Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 12:44


Just leave it alone...

The Onside Zone with Big O
Best of Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman And Clay Ferraro 05 14 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 53:54


Best of Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro

Big O Radio Show
Best of Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman And Clay Ferraro 05 14 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 53:54


Best of Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro

The Well Seasoned Librarian : A conversation about Food, Food Writing and more.
Nick Hayward (Chef, Artist, Writer) The Well Seasoned Librarian Podcast Season 7 Episode 2

The Well Seasoned Librarian : A conversation about Food, Food Writing and more.

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 51:40


Bio Gourmet articles ranging from; ingredients, techniques, dishes, stories, chef highlights, and investigations. I'm an experienced professional cook in NYC. Nick Hayward lives in a loft space in The City. Covered by paintings of kitchens and architecture. Paint, Write, Food, Repeat is his motto. He's been exploring the culinary landscape of America for ten years; cooking through San Francisco, Los Angeles, and currently, NYC. He's also using his deep food knowledge to write food articles on Medium. Website link: http://www.nickhayward.co/ Instagram link: www.instagram.com/_letsmeetatthetable_ This episode is sponsored by Culinary Historians of Northern California, a Bay Area educational group dedicated to the study of food, drink, and culture in human history. To learn more about this organization and their work, please visit their website at www.chnorcal.org If you follow my podcast and enjoy it, I'm on @buymeacoffee. If you like my work, you can buy me a coffee and share your thoughts

Above Deck
13: BONUS EPISODE - Paint Me Like a French Boy: An Interview with Tom Gay from the USA

Above Deck

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 29:08


Kelli and Sarah chat with Below Deck Down Under charter guest Tom Gay from the USA. We discover another Ohio connection and find out what it was like aboard motor yacht Thalassa. Tom tells us who he still keeps in touch with from the crew, how he really feels about Ryan's food, and what he was planning to use that black harness for! Meet us in the galley for a preference sheet meeting - a special BONUS episode of Above Deck is out now! Follow us on Instagram: @abovedeckpod Get in touch: abovedeckpod@gmail.com Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Podcasts and tell a friend! See more Tom Gay from the USA here: https://tomgayusa.com/ and on Instagram: @tomgayusa This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Take charge of your mental health and get 10% off your first month of therapy at: https://betterhelp.com/abovedeck

The Clopen Effect
Absinthe & Art at the Aeon Gallery and Lounge

The Clopen Effect

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 84:57


Kristen, owner of Aeon Gallery & Aeon Lounge is here! We talk all about the art gallery, try some Absinthe drinks, stealing hotel art, a pumpkin statue thief, her beautiful bar top, spirits, Paint & Sips by Little Mountain Art, and so much more! Visit the gallery Thursday - Sunday here: 10331 N. Main Street, Richmond, IL 60071 This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy

She Turned Entrepreneur
Art = Happiness = A Great Franchise Opportunity for Fun (and Profit)!

She Turned Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 16:18


Having children turned out to be an invitation for Jaya Aiyar to revisit a childhood passion that had been pushed aside by her career in tech project management: Art! Inspired to share her love of all things creative, Jaya came up with a totally unique franchise concept: She is the founder and CEO of Créatif, a branded art studio tailored for today's data-driven world. It's a place where parents and children, groups of all types and sizes, can get in touch with the joy of painting a ceramic piece or working with an unfinished piece of wood. People have been known to refer to the Créatif esthetic – blond woods, clean lines and pastel colors – as an “Apple Store for Kids.” It's a community space where art meets technology! Jaya shares the details behind the unusual suite of proprietary tools Créatif provides franchisees, including intensive ongoing support that enables them to hit the ground running. In addition to onsite training and help with maketing, franchise owners receive access to software that streamlines store operations, tracks customer analytics, manages customer relationships and accelerates productivity. There are also hundreds of online video art lessons, step-by-step guides and sample images. Even the most art-challenged of entrepreneurs are set up for success. It's all about having a passion for people – and for sharing happiness. If you're looking for a franchise opportunity that is family-friendly, offers great hours and brings joy every day, Créatif may be what you've been looking for! Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Is your “secret” passion also the gateway to potential entrepreneurial magic?· Regardless the type of business, tech-driven elements can broaden opportunity and ways for potential clients or customers to engage.· Keep in mind from the start: Potential long-term revenue streams and opportunities for replicating experiences that generate income.· The top franchisors prioritize training and support because their corporate success correlates directly with the outcomes experienced by their franchise startup owners.· Regardless the type of franchise, having the right mix of personality traits and marketing strengths usually matters more than any special business expertise or experience.· Creativity is a happy business! Créatif customers come in a good mood and are predisposed to have fun. Which makes the job itself fun! Here's a quick look into the episode:· How Jaya went from doing art with her kids to making art the center of a unique franchise model.· A key differentiator: Créatif incorporates technology within the art space in a completely fresh and unique way.· Créatif deploys a tech-driven model that includes guided imagery and a purpose-driven studio software suite that builds in consistency.· Créatif franchisees have multiple different revenue streams to leverage:o Walk-in business (with pottery, canvas, unfinished wood and other options).o Birthday partieso Summer campso Corporate eventso Virtual classeso Paint gifts setso eGift cardso Senior-junior joint art classeso Subscription-based membership· Training and support for new Créatif franchisees consists of:o National partnering to create studio sites.o Contracting referrals for design/execution.o A comprehensive operations manual.o Onsite and online training components.o Hands-on oversight on an ongoing basis.o Procedural lists.o Marketing materials and support.· Are you a potential Créatif franchisee? You needn't be an art pro. Just someone who:o Is social and can communicate enthusiasm for art.o Enjoys working with kids and families.o Aspires to excellence and improving each day.o Holds a positive mindset suited to entrepreneurial highs and lows.o Has the ability to market, partner, network and get the word out.· Initial franchise fee: $45,000, which covers the training component. Total all-in generally ranges from $184,000-$308,000 to get a studio of about 800 square feet up and running.· Créatif offers an amazing work-life balance as well as a business model that is all about generating happiness for customers and franchise owners alike! To learn more about Creatif or other franchise opportunities, click here to set up a call.

Spoiler Force Podcast
EPISODE 120: Jessica of Lilisys Art

Spoiler Force Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 63:48


On this Episode, I have Artist and Painter, Jessica of Lilisys Art! Jessica and I talk about how she started getting into art, finding and improving her art style, applying, travelling and selling at conventions, Genshin Impact and more!! FOLLOW Jessica at:https://lilisys.carrd.co/JOIN THE SPOILER FORCE PATREON!! Starting on this Episode, Patrons will have their names mentioned on episodes depending on which tier is selected!! The first TEN PATRONS to sign up at the Level 2 Tier will receive an EXCLUSIVE Spoiler Force Original Character T-Shirt!!https://patreon.com/spoilerforcepodcastLIKE, SHARE, RATE, SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT and FOLLOW Spoiler Force Podcast!! You can find more content at:https://linktr.ee/SpoilerForcePodcastYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/spoilerforcepodcastApple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spoiler-force-podcast/id1465655015Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3edg2bpJPr85Qwry6kzvOrSoundCloud - https://www.soundcloud.com/spoilerforcepodcastAny kind of guest recommendations, comments, questions, concerns or criticisms can be sent to rickyvang92@gmail.com. I might even respond to your message in a future podcast episode!!Don't Forget to Join the Spoiler Force Discord Community!!Support Spoiler Force Podcast! ALL Tips and Donations will be used for podcasting needs such as Booking Guests, Equipment and Software!https://streamlabs.com/spoilerforcepodcast1/tipIf you want to start your very own Podcast, go tohttps://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1059248 and sign up for free!If you want a simpler way to record your Audio or Video Podcast, go to https://streamyard.com?pal=6037820492218368 and sign up to earn a $10 credit!Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/sensho/glow#SpoilerForcePodcast #LilisysArt #Conventions #Artist #Art #Gouache #WaterColor #DigitalArt #TraditionalArt #Anime #Manga #ComicBooks #Cosplay #Games #GenshinImpact #FinalFantasyVII #Tifa #Cloud #Beidou #Ningguang #WaterPaint #GouachePaint #OtakuDetroit #Detroit #Vendor #AnimeExpo #Otakon #YoumaConSupport the show

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3323 - VW EVs Almost As Profitable as ICEs; Lordstown Finalizes Deal with Foxconn; Hyundai Launching Robotaxis

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 9:34


- VW EVs Almost As Profitable as ICEs - Lordstown Finalizes Deal with Foxconn - Fisker Confirms Foxconn Will Make the Pear - BMW Slashes Paint Emissions - Cadillac Sweet Talks Chinese Lyriq Customers - AMG Brand Turns 55 - Hyundai Launching Robotaxis Next Year - Subaru to Build EV Plant - Global Auto Sales Plummet

Autoline Daily
AD #3323 - VW EVs Almost As Profitable as ICEs; Lordstown Finalizes Deal with Foxconn; Hyundai Launching Robotaxis

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 9:34


- VW EVs Almost As Profitable as ICEs- Lordstown Finalizes Deal with Foxconn- Fisker Confirms Foxconn Will Make the Pear- BMW Slashes Paint Emissions- Cadillac Sweet Talks Chinese Lyriq Customers- AMG Brand Turns 55- Hyundai Launching Robotaxis Next Year- Subaru to Build EV Plant- Global Auto Sales Plummet

The Thoughtful Entrepreneur
1192 - The Go-Giver Philosophy with Bob Burg

The Thoughtful Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 27:53


In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge talks to the author of The Go-Giver, https://thegogiver.com/ (Bob Burg).  The Go-Giver philosophy starts with shifting your focus from getting to giving, Bob explains. In this context, it means providing immense value to others regardless of return. If you execute this correctly, you'll not only conduct business in a more fulfilling way, but you'll earn more business organically. When you can take your focus off of yourself and put it into helping others just for the sake of doing so, people feel good about you. This is a key element of the know, like, and trust process.  Consumers have been so saturated with advertisements and marketing that now, there's a serious disdain for feeling ‘sold at' across verticals, and many prospects are hyper aware of sales tactics. It can be felt in a very nuanced way and now, you have to leverage more of a Go-Giver philosophy in order to see results. People won't buy from you because you have a quota to meet, or even because you're nice and likable. People only buy things when they feel they're better off with your product than without. If you take a service-based approach and focus on offering value, then making sales will be a natural result of that approach.  Always go the extra mile to actually know your customers. When you first meet someone, focus on them. Who are they? How did they start their business? What matters to them? People don't hang up on you when they're the ones talking to you, so engage with them and let them tell you their story. Giving them this time not only allows you to get to know them better, but it helps them begin to know, like, and trust you. Prospects can feel when they're being sold at, but they also know when your focus is to bring them value. Paint that picture clearly and build the relationship organically; don't rush. The fastest way to get people to deeply know, like, and trust you is to focus on them genuinely and authentically. Josh and Bob also discuss the important that your words and intentions are aligned, because prospects can tell when they aren't. Making this mindset shift truly and deeply requires acknowledging a false premise; focusing on yourself won't make the sale move faster. If you really need to close a sale, dig deep to the root of any objections and work together with the prospect to move forward. You should always connect the benefits of what you offer to the exact and specific problems they need to solve. No matter how you're hurting for cashflow, you can always lead with service and generosity.  Want to learn more? Check out The Go-Giver's website at https://thegogiver.com/ (https://thegogiver.com/).  Check out Bob's books, The Go-Giver and his other works, at https://thegogiver.com/order-now/ (https://thegogiver.com/order-now/).  Check out Bob Burg on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobburg/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobburg/).  Don't forget to subscribe to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur and thank you for listening. Tune in next time! More from UpMyInfluence: ✅ We are actively booking guests for our DAILY Entrepreneur Success Podcast.https://upmyinfluence.com/guest ( Schedule HERE). ✅ Are you a 6-figure consultant? Let us fill your sales schedule and move you to 7-figures.https://upmyinfluence.com/b2b ( Learn more here). ✅ Check out our freehttps://upmyinfluence.com/1 ( Authority Transformation Masterclass).

Flower Power Garden Hour
Flower Power Garden Hour 142: May To Do List

Flower Power Garden Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 16:09


This episode is the garden To Do list for the month of May.  It has been unseasonably cool, but nights are not getting TOO cold.  Lot's of planting and garden prep this month. Vegetables to plant: Tomatoes Eggplant Peppers Zucchini Corn Beans Cucumbers Melons Okra Pumpkins Watermelon Swiss Chard   Flowers to plant: Zinnias Cosmos Sunflowers Dahlias   Garden tasks: Mulch Stake tomatoes Cut flowers off rhubarb Divide/transplant cymbidiums Thin stone fruit Paint fruit tree trunks Prune once flowering plants Remove suckers from roses Hose blast aphids Diatomaceous earth Fertilize citrus   To ask questions for future shows, submit them at: Facebook Instagram email Marlene at marlenetheplantlady@gmail.com   Find Marlene over on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook

Well... That’s Interesting
Ep. 088: Of Course That Happened! Mummies Were Once An Ingredient In Paint

Well... That’s Interesting

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 33:13


They sure were, and it went on for hundreds of years! Gas up your time machine and brace yourself. --- Love the show and wanna show some love? Venmo Tip Jar: @WellThatsInteresting Instagram: @wellthatsinterestingpod Twitter: @wti_pod Oh, BTW. You're interesting. Email us YOUR facts, stories, experiences... Nothing is too big or too small. We'll read it on the show: wellthatsinterestingpod@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wellthatsinteresting/support

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday - Slomin's Inside The Paint Segment 3 05 11 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 15:27


Segment 3 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday - Slomin's Inside The Paint Segment 3 05 11 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 15:27


Segment 3 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday - Slomin's Inside The Paint Segment 2 05 11 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 19:01


Segment 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday - Slomin's Inside The Paint Segment 2 05 11 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 19:01


Segment 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday - Slomin's Inside The Paint Segment 1 05 11 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 20:12


Segment 1 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday - Slomin's Inside The Paint Segment 1 05 11 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 20:12


Segment 1 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman & Clay Ferraro

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday Hour 2 (ITP) 05 11 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 60:10


Hour 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday Hour 2 (ITP) 05 11 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 60:10


Hour 2 Slomin's Inside the Paint w/ Ira Winderman and Clay Ferraro

The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill
Bonus Episode: Paint the Beauty We Split

The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 44:20


Mars Hill's music grew out of the same counter-cultural ethos that defined the rest of its ministry. Most of the church's founding members thought Christian contemporary music was too saccharine and polished for their tastes, and what evolved at Mars Hill reflected the gritty and dark sounds of the city around them. But like many other facets of the Mars Hill story, there was much behind the music. Often selected for their charisma and talent, Mars Hill bands found that few cared about the condition of their souls or the posture of their spirits.  Chad Gardner became a worship leader later in the church's history, having grown up listening to the church's music. His eventual decision to leave would mean sacrificing community and intellectual property rights over his band's contributions to the ministry. Some band members, damaged by various spiritual abuses, would leave the faith altogether. In this bonus episode of The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill, host Mike Cosper sits down with Chad Gardner, worship leader at Mars Hill, to hear the hard and beautiful stories of the music that defined the community. Peek backstage for a glimpse of what worship leadership meant in this alternative church culture, and hear stories behind some of King's Kaleidescope's albums. Finally, find out why Chad told us, “I never wanted to do a duet with Mark.” “The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill” is a production of Christianity Today  Executive Producer: Erik Petrik Produced, written, edited, and hosted by: Mike Cosper Associate produced by Joy Beth Smith and Azurae Phelps  Music, sound design and mixing: Kate Siefker Graphic Design: Bryan Todd Editorial consulting: Andrea Palpant Dilley Social Media: Kate Lucky  Theme Song: “Sticks and Stones” Kings Keleidoscope Additional Music: Brad Currah, Red Letter, Team Strike Force, The Sing Team, Citizens, and Kings Kaleidoscope. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices