Podcasts about Pierre

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Share on LinkedIn
Copy link to clipboard
  • 6,293PODCASTS
  • 20,248EPISODES
  • 40mAVG DURATION
  • 6DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • May 14, 2022LATEST

POPULARITY

20122013201420152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about Pierre

Show all podcasts related to pierre

Latest podcast episodes about Pierre

Le grand journal du week-end - Philippe Vandel
Alexis Corbière «Je pense qu'on peut faire aussi bien voire mieux que Mitterrand en 1981»

Le grand journal du week-end - Philippe Vandel

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 16:51


Tous les samedis et dimanches à 18h17, Pierre de Vilno reçoit un invité au cœur de l'actualité politique pour un moment d'échange franc sur les dossiers brûlants du moment. Ce soir Alexis Corbière, député LFI de Seine-Saint-Denis et candidat NUPES à sa réélection.

Le débat des grandes voix
Législatives : Nupes en position de force ?

Le débat des grandes voix

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 21:57


Tous les samedis et dimanches soir, Pierre de Vilno reçoit des invités pour deux débats d'actualités. Avis tranchés et arguments incisifs sont aux programmes à 18h36 et 19h30 pour décrypter l'actualité.

Mediapolis
Les Grandes voix - 14/05/2022

Mediapolis

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 39:39


Entourées de Pierre de Vilno, les Grandes voix décryptent et analysent sans complaisance la vie politique.

Une semaine d'actualité
Yann Mens, spécialiste des questions internationales au magazine Alternatives économiques

Une semaine d'actualité

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 48:30


Pierre-Édouard Deldique reçoit Yann Mens, spécialiste des questions internationales au magazine Alternatives économiques.

Learn French with French Podcasts - Français avec Pierre
Baiser, embrasser ou faire la bise? Faites attention! - Français avec Pierre

Learn French with French Podcasts - Français avec Pierre

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:55


Baiser, embrasser, faire la bise… Mieux vaut ne pas se tromper quand on utilise ces mots! Je t'explique pourquoi dans cette vidéo et cet article. … Baiser, embrasser ou faire la bise? Faites attention! Lire la suite » L'article Baiser, embrasser ou faire la bise? Faites attention! est apparu en premier sur Français avec Pierre.

Maroela-onderhoude
Luister: Beste praktyke vir jou bejaarde brakkie

Maroela-onderhoude

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 10:53


In dié podsending gesels dr. Jacqueline Hooton van die Pierre van Ryneveld-dierekliniek onder meer oor die versorging, mediese versekering en aanneming van bejaarde vierpotiges.

No Agenda
1450: "New Collar Worker:

No Agenda

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 176:41


No Agenda Episode 1450 - "New Collar Worker" "New Collar Worker" Executive Producers: Sir Anthony Knight of the Coquille River Valley Sir Kevin Dills, Duke of North Carolina Baron Chris of the Kawartha Highlands Becky Chinni Jim Berkenstadt Sir Greasemonkey of the West Texas Oilfields arthur sundry Robert Donahey Sir Craig Porter the Ronin, N7FSN Jhordan Olson "Pierre" Todd Troutman Associate Executive Producers: Bonnie Rae Kyle Derby MacInnis Ryan DiAsio Sir Tommy Hawk of the Heartland Trish Petrat Become a member of the 1451 Club, support the show here Boost us with with Podcasting 2.0 Certified apps: Podfriend - Breez - Sphinx - Podstation - Curiocaster - Fountain Title Changes Sir Kevin Dills, Earl of North Carolina -> Duke of North Carolina Clayton Mehring, Sir Rock Chuck -> Sir Jab Czar Knights & Dames Jesi Young -> Dame Jesi Lee of Lahaina (rhymes with vagina) Maui, Anthony Raimondo -> Sir Anthony Knight of the Coquille River Valley Zachary Stockstill -> Sir Greasemonkey of the West Texas Oilfields Art By: Darren O'Neill End of Show Mixes: Lee O LaPuke - Prof JJ - Tom Starkweather - The Clip Custodian Neal Jones Engineering, Stream Management & Wizardry Mark van Dijk - Systems Master Ryan Bemrose - Program Director Back Office Aric Mackey Chapters: Dreb Scott Clip Custodian: Neal Jones NEW: and soon on Netflix: Animated No Agenda No Agenda Social Registration Sign Up for the newsletter No Agenda Peerage ShowNotes Archive of links and Assets (clips etc) 1450.noagendanotes.com New: Directory Archive of Shownotes (includes all audio and video assets used) archive.noagendanotes.com RSS Podcast Feed Full Summaries in PDF No Agenda Lite in opus format NoAgendaTorrents.com has an RSS feed or show torrents Last Modified 05/12/2022 16:44:53This page created with the FreedomController Last Modified 05/12/2022 16:44:53 by Freedom Controller  

Fantasy Impact Today
DFS Dreamer 5/12 AFC East, NBA & MLB DK Builds for 5/12

Fantasy Impact Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 64:07


Pierre and Wes review player changes in the NFL AFC East. The Dreamers build NBA and MLB lineups for games on 5/12. Follow @pwee31 @loafinit @FIToday_ PrizePicks special code FITODAY for a 100% deposit match!! Have questions, comments, concerns? Have a requested topic or person you would like to see covered on our next episode? Email the show at FantasyImpactToday@yahoo.com or leave your comment in the comment section below. Stay informed; get the latest podcast by subscribing to the Fantasy Impact Today network. Check out https://fantasyimpacttoday.com for all past podcasts and articles and don't forget to Like, Comment, and Subscribe! @FIToday_ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fantasyimpacttoday/message

CSO Audio Program Notes
CSO Program Notes: Ein Heldenleben

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 15:19


Hear the sounds of bravery, battle and romance in Strauss' exuberant Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life), led by Karina Canellakis. Kirill Gerstein performs Schumann's only piano concerto, a work that brims with joy and melody. Augusta Read Thomas' Brio is a study in agility and motion, building to a full-throttle, sparkling intensity. Ticket holders are invited to a free preconcert conversation featuring Carl Grapentine in Orchestra Hall 75 minutes before the performance. The conversation will last approximately 30 minutes. No additional tickets required. Learn more: cso.org/performances/21-22/cso-classical/ein-heldenleben

Purse First
Episode 19: About Megan Thee Stallion

Purse First

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 27:00


In this episode, Pierre and Sesali address why they've chosen not to cover Megan Thee Stallion's ongoing personal and legal issues with a certain Canadian. We also celebrate her receiving the key to Houston, and talk about what the rap girls wore to the Met Gala. Make sure you support Purse First at patreon.com/pursefirstshow Follow us on Instagram & Twitter @pursefirstshow @PrinceCharmingP @BadFatBlackGirl

BaladoLudique
S11-E06 - Retour sur les JAB

BaladoLudique

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 153:58


Baladoludique un podcast entièrement consacré aux jeux, plus particulièrement aux jeux de tables et de société. Joignez-vous à Jean-François, Pierre, Steve, Vincent, Antoine et Simon pour 1hr de jeu! On parle des JAB et c'est tout!

JVC Broadcasting
Founder of Outerbridge Law Altagracia Pierre Outerbridge LIVE On LI In The AM W/Jay Oliver! 5-12-22

JVC Broadcasting

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 8:17


Founder of Outerbridge Law Altagracia Pierre Outerbridge LIVE On LI In The AM W/Jay Oliver! 5-12-22 by JVC Broadcasting

Les Nuits de France Culture
"L'Ange du bizarre", d'Edgar Allan Poe, une lecture de Pierre Michael

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 31:59


durée : 00:31:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - L'émission "Bonnes nouvelles, grands comédiens" avait demandé en 1982 à Pierre Michael de lire la nouvelle d'Edgar Allan Poe "L'Ange du bizarre" (1844) dans la traduction de Charles Baudelaire. C'était une froide après-midi de novembre. Je venais justement  d'expédier un dîner plus solide qu'à l'ordinaire, dont la truffe  dyspeptique ne faisait pas l'article le moins important, et j'étais  seul, assis dans la salle à manger, les pieds sur le garde-feu et mon  coude sur une petite table que j'avais roulée devant le feu, avec  quelques bouteilles de vins de diverses sortes et de liqueurs  spiritueuses. * C'est ainsi que commence la nouvelle d'Edgar Allan Poe, L'Ange du bizarre, parue en 1844. En 1982, l'émission "Bonnes nouvelles, grands comédiens" avait demandé à Pierre Michael de la lire dans la traduction de Charles Baudelaire.  Par Patrice Galbeau - Lecture Pierre Michael Bonnes nouvelles, grands comédiens - L'Ange du bizarre, d'Edgar Allan Poe  Date d'enregistrement  : 07/10/1982 Indexation web : Documentation sonore de Radio France Archive Ina-Radio France

On The Wing Podcast
PODCAST EP. 165: Pro Dog Trainer Mike Wieben on Teaching Pointers to Retrieve

On The Wing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 49:50


Host Bob St.Pierre's two-year-old German shorthaired pointer, Gitche, needs a little finishing work this off-season. Consequently, Bob is dropping her off at Dokken's Oak Ridge Kennels for “summer camp” with professional dog trainer Mike Wieben. The guys take Gitche out for a couple of runs on birds, then talk through Gitche's performance and the training plan ahead. Episode Highlights: • Bob talks about his feelings of trepidation and intimidation that come naturally with dropping a beloved pup off with a professional trainer. • Bob details three specific areas he'd like help improving Gitche's performance; 1) strengthening her retrieve, 2) steadying her point, and 3) teaching her “place,” so she can go for a cast & blast canoe trip into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness this September. Special thanks to SportDOG® Brand for sponsoring this episode of On the Wing podcast and for being a partner in PF & QF's annual Bird Dogs for Habitat campaign. This campaign is a friendly competition that challenges you to cast a vote and donate or become a member on behalf of your favorite bird dog breed. Every dollar donated equals a vote, and every week during the month of May our generous sponsors will be giving away fantastic prizes to those who participate. Vote today at www.BirdDogsforHabitat.org – THANKS!

UNspoiled! The Dresden Files
The Dresden Files, Book 17: Battle Ground- 10-12

UNspoiled! The Dresden Files

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 76:44


NOW is the time to get your financial shit together! Mollie can help! Get in touch for a free consultation here: http://m3virtualaccounting.com/While you're at it, become a Patron! www.patreon.com/unspoiledThis illustration of Mavra in her costume at Bianca's party was done by Christian St. Pierre, and can be seen along with some other of his Dresden artwork, in this post on Jim Butcher's site! https://www.jim-butcher.com/posts/2020/01These chapters are the ones where Harry realizes that someone is trying to pull of a secret necromancy ritual in the Graceland Cemetery, and heads over there with a posse of wizards. The fight is more intense than anyone expected, mostly because they're all Black Court vampires, and they're lead by Drakul himself.Thanks a ton for listening! If you'd like to join our Discord and get in on some of the convo, check it out here! Non-patrons welcome! https://discord.gg/rEF2KfZxfV

Distribution Talk
Meet Next Gen Customers Where They Are Via Mobile Engagement With Pierre Barbeau of Moblico Solutions

Distribution Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 38:00


Customer messaging has always been a numbers race––and distributors that use 21st-century strategies to connect with and convert their target markets occupy pole position. Pierre Barbeau, president and co-founder of Moblico Solutions, says it's never too late to implement a mobile engagement plan specific to your vertical. Jason caught up with Pierre to discuss adding value to inbound and outbound activities for independent distributors via mobile app communication. Pierre's genius is in translating Moblico's complex services into terms (and numbers) his clientele can relate to and utilize.  Moblico products like targeted broadcast messaging, custom app development, and automated notifications establish lines of communication and create new channels by which companies can gather intel. Sales data and survey responses, for example, can inform improvements to internal protocols, thus better serving the customer.  In-house productivity, too, can benefit from Moblico solutions. Think human resources activities and sales team endeavors.  Mobile notifications come in various forms (text messages, and push notifications to name a few) and are sent either manually or via automation. Moblico offers strategies that integrate its mobile messaging apps with a client's existing ERP and E-commerce platforms for the smartest reach.  Regardless of how you may feel when a targeted ad or text crosses your path, studies show that younger professionals prefer mobile engagement over traditional forms of communication––and they're your future customers. It's beyond time to meet them where they live: on mobile. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Moblie Matters Podcast CONNECT WITH JASON LinkedIn CONNECT WITH PIERRE LinkedIn *** For full show notes and services visit: http://www.distributionteam.com Distribution Talk is produced by The Distribution Team, a consulting services firm dedicated to helping wholesale distribution clients remove barriers to profitability, generate wealth and achieve personal goals.    This episode was edited & mixed by The Creative Impostor Studios.  Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode: Connected Peers, connecting key employees in distribution's leading organizations.

Magnify Your Miracles Podcast
Blessing – A Path of Peace & Healing with Pierre Pradervand

Magnify Your Miracles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 22:01


Are you struggling with a LOT of intense feelings right now? Are you finding it hard to maintain your inner peace? You are not alone! This is why I am so grateful to be able to introduce you to this week's very special guest, Pierre Pradervand! Pierre is the author of the book I reviewed last week, The Gentle Art of Blessing. I was so moved simply by being in his presence. He embodies peace. He radiates peace and compassion. My eyes were tearing up during the whole interview! Let me introduce you to him: Pierre is a true world citizen, having labored most of his life for social justice, living in or visiting 40 countries on every continent. From his Geneva home Pierre is now active as a writer, speaker, and workshop facilitator, helping people to live simpler, yet richer, more contented lives. His workshops provide personal development tools that empower attendees to strengthen their internal anchors and advance on their spiritual path. In this episode, Pierre shares his experience of being betrayed and having his noble aspirations thwarted by a colleague, and how he overcame the bitterness and resentment. Now he is able to send blessings to anyone, no matter the circumstances and says that this is the most healing path of all. I was so moved and inspired by this interview, and my prayer is that you will be too. Let me know your thoughts about this topic. Please feel free to leave a comment below. Key Learnings: The teaching of Christ to “bless those that curse you” is the basis of Pierre's own journey of healing a deep resentment towards another person. Blessing is a powerful way to transform your life. You may need to start by using your willpower to say the words and bless another, especially if the feelings are very strong, but over time the power of blessing can dissolve all judgement.  With all the turmoil in the world, send sincere blessings to the world leaders who are at the center of conflict. When you can honestly say “I love you completely” you are no longer part of the conflict!    To learn more about Pierre's books, visit https://pierrepradervand.com/books/   For more resources about The Gentle Art of Blessing, click here   If you love the image on the wall behind me of Mother Mary Blessing the World, you can order your own museum quality copy at www.deepaliu.com

Accidentally on Purpose
Everybody Can't Go feat. Pierre

Accidentally on Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 85:11


Back with another great installment of Accidentally on Purpose! Keenan and Pierre discuss the state of growth from a black male perspective, losing friendships, Kevin Samuels, and a ton of questions from our listeners. Thank you to everyone who has supported the Podcast, please like/share/subscribe! Available on all platforms. 

Google SRE Prodcast
Automation with Pierre Palatin

Google SRE Prodcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 60:29


Pierre Palatin dives into different automation strategies, how to build confidence in your system, and why designing the UI may be your biggest challenge. Visit https://sre.google/prodcast for transcripts and links to further reading. View transcript

Looking Outside.
Looking Outside curiosity: Sarah DaVanzo, Chief Data Officer Pierre Fabre

Looking Outside.

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 34:50


Welcome to the second season of Looking Outside. To broaden our perspective, in Episode 11 we bring the Curiosity mountain to us direct from the source, with the original Chief Curiosity Officer, former VP of Consumer & Market Insights and Foresight at L'Oréal Groupe, and now Chief Data Officer at Pierre Fabre, Sarah DaVanzo. Sarah shares her vast experience in “strategic curiosity science”; unpacking what curiosity is beyond intellectualism, stressing the worrying results in quantifying and tracking curiosity over time, and highlighting the importance of immersion when applying curious behavior. Sarah also teaches practical lessons in strengthening your curiosity muscles (doing curiosity not just being curious) and using curiosity like a magnet to amplify it with those around you. Both advocates of curious thinking, Sarah and Jo also discuss the importance of recognizing the consequences of not being curious, when a lack of diversity or bias sets in, and the need for humbleness and humility - particularly for those us who are passionate about the topic of curiosity.  -- To look beyond the familiar, Sarah seeks out diversity of perspectives beyond her algorithm bubble, actively pushing herself towards both human diversity and data diversity. She suggests a way to do this is doing creative projects, going to meet ups to get to know people outside your normal group, or by pushing yourself into random events through platforms like http://clubfreetime.com/ (clubfreetime.com). On the show Sarah speaks to practicing curiosity by seeing, thinking, feeling and doing, and she reminds herself to 'feel' curiosity. What's your underleveraged curiosity muscle? -- Sarah DaVanzo is innovating the future of data, analytics, insights, and foresight. She spent two decades working internationally in 22 countries, in F500 companies, consultancies, agencies, and start-ups. Today, Sarah is the Chief Data Officer (Curiosity, Analytics, Intelligence, Insights, Foresight, Futures) for https://www.pierre-fabre.com/en (Pierre Fabre), responsible for APPLIED CURIOSITY; driving curiosity to collect & analyze data to amplify intelligence & insights while fueling foresight & futures. Previously she led Consumer & Market Insight & Foresight (including Cultural Intelligence & Futures) for the L'Oreal Groupe driving corporate and product innovation. She is a quantitative data-driven futurist with >70% accuracy (a.k.a. "superforecaster") who has helped over one hundred businesses future-proof.  Her futurized insights have been published in Time, The New York Times, Forbes, Fast Co., Wired, The Guardian and featured on TV, podcasts, radio, and cited in books and research papers all over the world. Ever inventive, she holds several patents and is continuously building and creating. Sarah has dedicated over a decade of research, including a Master's Degree, to studying ways to cultivate curiosity. Today, she is focused on "Applied Curiosity" – the measurable application of curiosity arts and sciences for business growth. She is a 2x TEDx speaker on using curiosity strategically in business and in life. Sarah's "curiouser & curiouser" secret is to actively #LiveCuriously. She believes a new class of people, defined by their curiosity, not socio-economics, is rising. Sarah leads by example when it comes to #LiveCuriously helping people to see, feel, think and do everything more curiously. Curious? Check out Sarah's latest curiosity experiment called https://insightalchemy.io/ (Insight Alchem)y as well as her non-profit called https://curious-futures.com/ (CURIOUS FUTURES).  You can find Sarah on https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahdavanzo/ (LinkedIn). -- Looking Outside is new podcast dedicated to exploring fresh perspectives of familiar business topics. The show is hosted by its creator, Joanna Lepore, innovator and futurist at Mars...

New Books in Critical Theory
The Problem with Museums: A Conversation with Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 74:23


In the past few years, museums of contemporary art have come under a fair deal of scrutiny. Pressures from groups such as Decoloinise This Space or the oxycontin scandal have forced changes to the governance of some of the world's best-known institutions. At the same time, the work of journalists and museum scholars has revealed that the relationships between trustees, curators, collections, and the public are often far more complex than the narratives of public benefit and private value would have us believe. Nizan Shaked's Museums and Wealth: The Politics of Contemporary Art Collections (Bloomsbury, 2022) is a critical analysis of contemporary art collections and the value form. In the United States, institutions administered by the nonprofit system have an ambiguous status as they are neither entirely private nor fully public. Among nonprofits, the museum is unique as it is the only institution where trustees tend to collect the same objects they hold in ‘public trust' on behalf of the nation. Shaked argues that the public serves as an alibi for establishing the symbolic value of art, which sustains its monetary value and its markets. In The Rise and Rise of the Private Art Museum (Lund Humphries, 2022), Adam tracks the phenomenon of the collector's museum in the 21st century. There are some 400 private art museums around the world, and an astonishing 70% of those devoted to contemporary art were founded in the past 20 years. Although private museums have been accused of being tax-evading vanity projects or ‘tombs for trophies', the picture is complex and nuanced. Private museums can add greatly to the cultural life of a community, giving a platform to emerging artists, supplying educational programmes and revitalising declining or neglected regions. But their relationship with public institutions can also be problematic. Are museums purely public affairs? How do private collections serve the greater good? What happens when these missions become confused? Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked speak to Pierre d'Alancaisez about the 500-year history and the recent rise of the private art museum and consider if even public museums are, in the end, private. Georgina Adam is a journalist specialising in the art market. She writes for the Financial Times and The Art Newspaper. She is the author of Big Bucks and The Dark Side of the Boom. Nizan Shaked is a professor of Contemporary Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies at California State University Long Beach. She is the author of The Synthetic Proposition: Conceptualism and the Political Referent in Contemporary Art. Museum Susch The Fisher collection at SF MoMA Warren Kanders leaves the board of the Whitney Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in History
The Problem with Museums: A Conversation with Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 74:23


In the past few years, museums of contemporary art have come under a fair deal of scrutiny. Pressures from groups such as Decoloinise This Space or the oxycontin scandal have forced changes to the governance of some of the world's best-known institutions. At the same time, the work of journalists and museum scholars has revealed that the relationships between trustees, curators, collections, and the public are often far more complex than the narratives of public benefit and private value would have us believe. Nizan Shaked's Museums and Wealth: The Politics of Contemporary Art Collections (Bloomsbury, 2022) is a critical analysis of contemporary art collections and the value form. In the United States, institutions administered by the nonprofit system have an ambiguous status as they are neither entirely private nor fully public. Among nonprofits, the museum is unique as it is the only institution where trustees tend to collect the same objects they hold in ‘public trust' on behalf of the nation. Shaked argues that the public serves as an alibi for establishing the symbolic value of art, which sustains its monetary value and its markets. In The Rise and Rise of the Private Art Museum (Lund Humphries, 2022), Adam tracks the phenomenon of the collector's museum in the 21st century. There are some 400 private art museums around the world, and an astonishing 70% of those devoted to contemporary art were founded in the past 20 years. Although private museums have been accused of being tax-evading vanity projects or ‘tombs for trophies', the picture is complex and nuanced. Private museums can add greatly to the cultural life of a community, giving a platform to emerging artists, supplying educational programmes and revitalising declining or neglected regions. But their relationship with public institutions can also be problematic. Are museums purely public affairs? How do private collections serve the greater good? What happens when these missions become confused? Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked speak to Pierre d'Alancaisez about the 500-year history and the recent rise of the private art museum and consider if even public museums are, in the end, private. Georgina Adam is a journalist specialising in the art market. She writes for the Financial Times and The Art Newspaper. She is the author of Big Bucks and The Dark Side of the Boom. Nizan Shaked is a professor of Contemporary Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies at California State University Long Beach. She is the author of The Synthetic Proposition: Conceptualism and the Political Referent in Contemporary Art. Museum Susch The Fisher collection at SF MoMA Warren Kanders leaves the board of the Whitney Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
The Problem with Museums: A Conversation with Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 74:23


In the past few years, museums of contemporary art have come under a fair deal of scrutiny. Pressures from groups such as Decoloinise This Space or the oxycontin scandal have forced changes to the governance of some of the world's best-known institutions. At the same time, the work of journalists and museum scholars has revealed that the relationships between trustees, curators, collections, and the public are often far more complex than the narratives of public benefit and private value would have us believe. Nizan Shaked's Museums and Wealth: The Politics of Contemporary Art Collections (Bloomsbury, 2022) is a critical analysis of contemporary art collections and the value form. In the United States, institutions administered by the nonprofit system have an ambiguous status as they are neither entirely private nor fully public. Among nonprofits, the museum is unique as it is the only institution where trustees tend to collect the same objects they hold in ‘public trust' on behalf of the nation. Shaked argues that the public serves as an alibi for establishing the symbolic value of art, which sustains its monetary value and its markets. In The Rise and Rise of the Private Art Museum (Lund Humphries, 2022), Adam tracks the phenomenon of the collector's museum in the 21st century. There are some 400 private art museums around the world, and an astonishing 70% of those devoted to contemporary art were founded in the past 20 years. Although private museums have been accused of being tax-evading vanity projects or ‘tombs for trophies', the picture is complex and nuanced. Private museums can add greatly to the cultural life of a community, giving a platform to emerging artists, supplying educational programmes and revitalising declining or neglected regions. But their relationship with public institutions can also be problematic. Are museums purely public affairs? How do private collections serve the greater good? What happens when these missions become confused? Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked speak to Pierre d'Alancaisez about the 500-year history and the recent rise of the private art museum and consider if even public museums are, in the end, private. Georgina Adam is a journalist specialising in the art market. She writes for the Financial Times and The Art Newspaper. She is the author of Big Bucks and The Dark Side of the Boom. Nizan Shaked is a professor of Contemporary Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies at California State University Long Beach. She is the author of The Synthetic Proposition: Conceptualism and the Political Referent in Contemporary Art. Museum Susch The Fisher collection at SF MoMA Warren Kanders leaves the board of the Whitney Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Cross-Check NHL Show
Playoff favorites faltering, Barry Trotz's surprising firing, and Pierre on Pierre violence

The Cross-Check NHL Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 67:51


On this episode of The Cross-Check NHL Show, hosts Andrew Berkshire and Mary Clarke discuss the interesting developments in the first round of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The New York Rangers, Florida Panthers, and Calgary Flames are all faltering as the favorites in their first round series. Will the offensive firepower of the Panthers and Flames wake up? And will Igor Shesterkin be able to steal games in net like he used to? Next, the New York Islanders surprisingly fired head coach Barry Trotz after an unfortunate season that, honestly, isn't to blame on the head coach. Though Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello isn't the cutting-edge hockey man he used to be, this move is a real stunner and absolutely gifts a team one of the best head coaches in the NHL. Plus, the Ottawa Senators fired Pierre McGuire after less than a year working as the team's senior vice-president of player development. McGuire could very well head back to the broadcasting scene after a likely rift with general manager Pierre Dorion caused the split. And finally, Andrew and Mary go deep into spoiler territory to discuss Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and their thoughts on the newest Marvel film! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

New Books in Art
The Problem with Museums: A Conversation with Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked

New Books in Art

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 74:23


In the past few years, museums of contemporary art have come under a fair deal of scrutiny. Pressures from groups such as Decoloinise This Space or the oxycontin scandal have forced changes to the governance of some of the world's best-known institutions. At the same time, the work of journalists and museum scholars has revealed that the relationships between trustees, curators, collections, and the public are often far more complex than the narratives of public benefit and private value would have us believe. Nizan Shaked's Museums and Wealth: The Politics of Contemporary Art Collections (Bloomsbury, 2022) is a critical analysis of contemporary art collections and the value form. In the United States, institutions administered by the nonprofit system have an ambiguous status as they are neither entirely private nor fully public. Among nonprofits, the museum is unique as it is the only institution where trustees tend to collect the same objects they hold in ‘public trust' on behalf of the nation. Shaked argues that the public serves as an alibi for establishing the symbolic value of art, which sustains its monetary value and its markets. In The Rise and Rise of the Private Art Museum (Lund Humphries, 2022), Adam tracks the phenomenon of the collector's museum in the 21st century. There are some 400 private art museums around the world, and an astonishing 70% of those devoted to contemporary art were founded in the past 20 years. Although private museums have been accused of being tax-evading vanity projects or ‘tombs for trophies', the picture is complex and nuanced. Private museums can add greatly to the cultural life of a community, giving a platform to emerging artists, supplying educational programmes and revitalising declining or neglected regions. But their relationship with public institutions can also be problematic. Are museums purely public affairs? How do private collections serve the greater good? What happens when these missions become confused? Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked speak to Pierre d'Alancaisez about the 500-year history and the recent rise of the private art museum and consider if even public museums are, in the end, private. Georgina Adam is a journalist specialising in the art market. She writes for the Financial Times and The Art Newspaper. She is the author of Big Bucks and The Dark Side of the Boom. Nizan Shaked is a professor of Contemporary Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies at California State University Long Beach. She is the author of The Synthetic Proposition: Conceptualism and the Political Referent in Contemporary Art. Museum Susch The Fisher collection at SF MoMA Warren Kanders leaves the board of the Whitney Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/art

New Books in Intellectual History
The Problem with Museums: A Conversation with Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 74:23


In the past few years, museums of contemporary art have come under a fair deal of scrutiny. Pressures from groups such as Decoloinise This Space or the oxycontin scandal have forced changes to the governance of some of the world's best-known institutions. At the same time, the work of journalists and museum scholars has revealed that the relationships between trustees, curators, collections, and the public are often far more complex than the narratives of public benefit and private value would have us believe. Nizan Shaked's Museums and Wealth: The Politics of Contemporary Art Collections (Bloomsbury, 2022) is a critical analysis of contemporary art collections and the value form. In the United States, institutions administered by the nonprofit system have an ambiguous status as they are neither entirely private nor fully public. Among nonprofits, the museum is unique as it is the only institution where trustees tend to collect the same objects they hold in ‘public trust' on behalf of the nation. Shaked argues that the public serves as an alibi for establishing the symbolic value of art, which sustains its monetary value and its markets. In The Rise and Rise of the Private Art Museum (Lund Humphries, 2022), Adam tracks the phenomenon of the collector's museum in the 21st century. There are some 400 private art museums around the world, and an astonishing 70% of those devoted to contemporary art were founded in the past 20 years. Although private museums have been accused of being tax-evading vanity projects or ‘tombs for trophies', the picture is complex and nuanced. Private museums can add greatly to the cultural life of a community, giving a platform to emerging artists, supplying educational programmes and revitalising declining or neglected regions. But their relationship with public institutions can also be problematic. Are museums purely public affairs? How do private collections serve the greater good? What happens when these missions become confused? Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked speak to Pierre d'Alancaisez about the 500-year history and the recent rise of the private art museum and consider if even public museums are, in the end, private. Georgina Adam is a journalist specialising in the art market. She writes for the Financial Times and The Art Newspaper. She is the author of Big Bucks and The Dark Side of the Boom. Nizan Shaked is a professor of Contemporary Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies at California State University Long Beach. She is the author of The Synthetic Proposition: Conceptualism and the Political Referent in Contemporary Art. Museum Susch The Fisher collection at SF MoMA Warren Kanders leaves the board of the Whitney Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in American Studies
The Problem with Museums: A Conversation with Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 74:23


In the past few years, museums of contemporary art have come under a fair deal of scrutiny. Pressures from groups such as Decoloinise This Space or the oxycontin scandal have forced changes to the governance of some of the world's best-known institutions. At the same time, the work of journalists and museum scholars has revealed that the relationships between trustees, curators, collections, and the public are often far more complex than the narratives of public benefit and private value would have us believe. Nizan Shaked's Museums and Wealth: The Politics of Contemporary Art Collections (Bloomsbury, 2022) is a critical analysis of contemporary art collections and the value form. In the United States, institutions administered by the nonprofit system have an ambiguous status as they are neither entirely private nor fully public. Among nonprofits, the museum is unique as it is the only institution where trustees tend to collect the same objects they hold in ‘public trust' on behalf of the nation. Shaked argues that the public serves as an alibi for establishing the symbolic value of art, which sustains its monetary value and its markets. In The Rise and Rise of the Private Art Museum (Lund Humphries, 2022), Adam tracks the phenomenon of the collector's museum in the 21st century. There are some 400 private art museums around the world, and an astonishing 70% of those devoted to contemporary art were founded in the past 20 years. Although private museums have been accused of being tax-evading vanity projects or ‘tombs for trophies', the picture is complex and nuanced. Private museums can add greatly to the cultural life of a community, giving a platform to emerging artists, supplying educational programmes and revitalising declining or neglected regions. But their relationship with public institutions can also be problematic. Are museums purely public affairs? How do private collections serve the greater good? What happens when these missions become confused? Georgina Adam and Nizan Shaked speak to Pierre d'Alancaisez about the 500-year history and the recent rise of the private art museum and consider if even public museums are, in the end, private. Georgina Adam is a journalist specialising in the art market. She writes for the Financial Times and The Art Newspaper. She is the author of Big Bucks and The Dark Side of the Boom. Nizan Shaked is a professor of Contemporary Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies at California State University Long Beach. She is the author of The Synthetic Proposition: Conceptualism and the Political Referent in Contemporary Art. Museum Susch The Fisher collection at SF MoMA Warren Kanders leaves the board of the Whitney Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Live from Mount Olympus
Persephone 4: We Thought You Were Just Some Regular Old Lady!

Live from Mount Olympus

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 21:17


Demeter is furious at Zeus and done with Olympus. So she disguises herself as an old woman to live among mortals. She finds a family that needs her help and tries to fit in – but it's hard to keep her power under wraps.  Combining the artistry of foremost contemporary theater-makers with the timeless stories of Greek myth and the imaginative power of audio, Live from Mount Olympus is an adventure for tweens and families of all ages. This podcast is a production of the Onassis Foundation. The bold and original audio drama is created and produced by Peabody Award-winning showrunner Julie Burstein, co-produced by the Brooklyn-based theater ensemble The TEAM, and directed by Tony Award-winner Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet) and Keenan Tyler Oliphant (Associate Director of Hadestown and director of PlayCo's upcoming U.S. premiere of Ebru Nihan Celkan's Will You Come with Me?). Karen Brooks Hopkins is the executive producer. Live from Mount Olympus is presented by TRAX from PRX. Find out more at Onassis.link/Olympus Our actors include: Kayla Bennett, Eric Berryman, Vinie Burrows, Jaaliyah Casey, Divine Garland, Mari Harris, Joanne Hernandez, Modesto “Flako” Jimenez, Anna Kendrick, Libby King, Ian Lassiter, Zhailon Levingston, Christina Liberus, Kimberly Marable, Nehemia Luckett, Jake Margolin, James Harrison Monaco, Isabella Rossellini, Kristen Sieh, Nidra Sous la Terre, Eierene Tuakora, and Ching Valdes-Aran. And André De Shields is Hermes. Special thanks to Calvin Samuel Blanch, Elliot Byler, Sam Chavrichs, Adrienne Hopkins, Caroline Hopkins, and Natalie Hopkins. The TEAM's Producing Director is Alexandra Lalonde, and Producing Manager is Laura Elliot.  We had casting support from Melissa Friedman of Epic Theater Ensemble. Our writer is Nathan Yungerberg.  Tessa Zitter is assistant producer and Yonatan Rekem is assistant editor.  Audio production and mix by John Melillo. Live from Mount Olympus music was composed by Magdalini Giannikou, with help from Luca Bordonaro, and performed by Banda Magda. Jason Adam Katzenstein created our illustrations and is our series humor consultant. Michael Kendrick is Program Director for Onassis USA.  Marketing and social media management by Karina Grudnikov and Caroline English.  Press by Blake Zidell.  Graphic design by Onassis Creative Studio. Since 1975, the Onassis Foundation has been dedicated to culture, community, and education, with projects that can effectively inspire social change and justice across borders. Learn more at www.onassis.org.

It's MMAzing Radio
Episode 481 - May 10, 2022 - Oliveira, UFC 274 And Doctor Strange

It's MMAzing Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 86:27


The gang comes together to discuss the amazing Oliveira v. Gaethje fight. They break down the rest of the results of last weekend's UFC 274 card. The gang also discusses Canelo's loss to Bivol. They talk about the Max v. Volk 3 and Izzy v. Cannonier fight bookings and Paul Daley's retirement. The gang also makes their pick for this weekend's Blachowicz v. Rakic card. All that and a very Doctor Strange edition of "Stuff We Like."

L'heure bleue
Pierre Birnbaum

L'heure bleue

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 53:15


durée : 00:53:15 - L'Heure bleue - par : Laure Adler, Céline Villegas - Pierre Birnbaum est un historien et sociologue français. Grand spécialiste sur l'histoire du judaïsme et ses conséquences aujourd'hui, il consacre ses derniers ouvrages sur ces thématiques.

The Max Van Auken Podcast
#207 : Pierre Andresen, Giannis Top 10 All Time, Jokic MVP, NBA Playoffs

The Max Van Auken Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 53:56


In this installment of The Max Van Auken Podcast (The MVP), Max is joined by the Host of Through the Wire Podcast, House of Highlghts, Pierre Andresen! They discuss...  - Giannis Top 10 All Time Convo - Jokic winning MVP back to back years  - Devin Booker and the Suns - The Warriors will have to pay Jordan Poole  - What would you pay game  **Subscribe/Rate/Download**  Youtube : Max Van Auken Twitter : @PeeWeeDaPlug TikTok : @max_van_auken

Choses à Savoir
Pourquoi les Jeux Olympiques ont-ils lieu tous les 4 ans ?

Choses à Savoir

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 2:39


Depuis la reprise des Jeux Olympiques par Pierre de Coubertin, en 1896, cette célèbre compétition sportive a lieu tous les 4 ans. Ce rythme a été calqué sur celui des Jeux Olympiques de l'Antiquité. Des jeux sacrés Les premiers Jeux Olympiques se seraient tenus, à l'initiative d'un roi d'Élide, dans le Péloponnèse, en 776 avant J.-C. Leur fondation, où l'histoire se mêle à la légende, a donné lieu à de nombreux mythes. D'après l'un d'eux, ce serait Héraclès qui, au terme de ses 12 travaux, aurait construit le stade d'Olympie, où devaient se dérouler les jeux, et défini sa longueur. Durant l'Antiquité, de nombreuses autres compétitions ont lieu, comme les jeux pythiques ou les jeux néméens. Tous sont placés sous l'invocation des dieux et tiennent une grande place dans la vie des Grecs anciens. Les vainqueurs de ces jeux, dont la tête est ceinte d'une couronne d'olivier, sont considérés comme de véritables héros. Les olympiades pour mesurer le temps La ville d'Olympie, cadre de la compétition, a fini par donner son nom à ces jeux. Mais elle est aussi à l'origine du nom de la période qui les sépare. En effet, l'"olympiade" a fini par désigner une période de 4 ans, temps qui sépare chaque édition des Jeux Olympiques. Mais l'olympiade ne marque pas seulement cet intervalle de temps. Elle sert aussi à le mesurer. En effet, les Grecs anciens en sont venus à compter le temps en olympiades et non en années. Les jeux, et donc le début de l'olympiade, commençaient en juillet ou en août, au moment du solstice d'été. Chez les Grecs, en effet, il marquait le début de l'année. Quand, à la fin du XIXe siècle, le baron de Coubertin voulut ressusciter les Jeux Olympiques, il décida de conserver cet intervalle de 4 ans entre chaque édition. Mais la compétition moderne, contrairement aux jeux de l'Antiquité, se décline en deux versions. En effet, les jeux d'été sont suivis des jeux d'hiver. Ils se tiennent d'abord la même année, puis, à partir de 1992, sont organisés en alternance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

301 vues
Valentin Vincent "Je me suis arrêté au niveau de vocabulaire de Rayman CE1"

301 vues

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 83:51


Cette semaine dans 301 vues, on est retourné à l'école avec nos invité·es Valentin Vincent, Pi Ja Ma et Julien Josselin. Moment de partage à peine nostalgique, puisqu'on a balancé nos plus adorables photos d'enfance et raconté nos anecdotes scolaires les plus honteuses.Colle, stylos et rapporteurs sont d'ailleurs les inspirations des auteurs de Trousse Boy, la nouvelle BD de Valentin et Julien. Tels de grands gamins, on a également joué avec Pierre à deux jeux pour essayer de remporter une Tesla (en fait non, un CD).On a également accueilli Anatole, 13 ans, notre Sensei du pen-spinning, qui a plus de skills que tout le plateau réuni !Pi Ja Ma nous a joué en live Bisou de son nouvel album Seule sous ma Frange et on a pu (enfin) rencontrer Sacha. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Envolées Contées
Episode 4 - Les quatre histoires de l'arbre - Aïcha, Tim et l'araignée

Envolées Contées

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 13:00


Découvrez "Aïcha, Tim et l'araignée", la quatrième et dernière aventure de notre série "Les quatre histoires de l'arbre". Dans cette série, toutes les histoires sont indépendantes les unes des autres mais se passent au même endroit : au pied d'un grand hêtre... Celui-ci voit défiler, au fil des saisons, différentes tranches de vies... Nous voilà en automne. Malgré la pluie, Aïcha et Tim se baladent en forêt... Mais aujourd'hui, les deux enfants n'ont pas le cœur à sauter dans les flaques, cueillir des champignons ou collectionner les glands. Car Tim est triste et en colère d'avoir perdu sa grand-mère. C'est la rencontre d'une araignée épeire, malmenée dans un premier temps, qui leur apporte toutefois un enseignement... Une histoire originale écrite par Lucile Petit, co-réalisée par Suzanne Jolys et Héloïse Pierre. Illustration de Marie Brd. Retrouvez-nous sur instagram @envoleescontees pour plus d'informations. Par cet épisode, nous vous faisons également découvrir l'association L'appel de la forêt, basée en Ile de France, qui propose des sorties nature pour petits et grands ! Rendez-vous sur leur site www.appeldelaforet.fr, sur instagram @l_appel_de_la_foret, ou encore sur facebook : Pouce Pause Nature, pour en savoir plus !

St. Thomas Chaldean Diocese
Fr. Pierre Konja - 4th Sunday after Easter 2022

St. Thomas Chaldean Diocese

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 10:51


Fr. Pierre Konja - 4th Sunday after Easter 2022 by Chaldean Diocese

Certains l'aiment Fip
Les musiques d'un homme de l'ombre : Michel Colombier

Certains l'aiment Fip

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 58:54


durée : 00:58:54 - Certains l'aiment Fip - Plongée dans l'univers de l'arrangeur de Barbara, Pierre henry, Aznavour, Gainsbourg, Madonna, Prince …. et compositeur d'une centaine de musiques de film de Melville à Demy.

Forum - La 1ere
L'invité sport - Pierre Millasson, psychologue du sport et fondateur de Mind Potential

Forum - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 5:15


Interview de Pierre Millasson, psychologue du sport employé au club de Grasshopper pour la relève et la formation.

Join Us in France Travel Podcast
The Crusade Against the Cathars, Episode 388

Join Us in France Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 67:45


Crusade Against the Cathars took place in the 1200s in Occitanie. Back then, France did not exist as the country we know today. There were regional dukes and counts who controlled different areas. The crusade against the Cathars was both a war of religion and a war of conquest. As you listen to this episode, you'll understand how this crusade against the Cathrars is how much of Occitanie became part of France. Book recommended in this episode: Massacre at Montségur by Zoé Oldenbourg. Today the landscape is breathtaking and Cathar Country is a wonderful place to visit any time of year because the weather is so pleasant there. It's also one of those places in the south of France where real estate prices are still reasonable for those of you who are thinking about finding your place in the sun in France. Episode Page | Show Notes | Transcript [00:00:00] Intro     [00:02:42] Main show     [00:03:02] Also listen to the episode about the beliefs and lifestyle of Cathars     [00:03:51] The 1200s in Occitanie     [00:04:37] In the 1200s France did not exist as we know it today     [00:05:11] How did the war begin?     [00:05:58] Attempts to stop it     [00:07:31] An army was created     [00:08:51] Arnaud Amaury, the Monk at the head of the crusade     [00:09:19] An army makes its way dowh the Rhone and towards Béziers     [00:10:58] The Siege of Béziers     [00:12:15] “Kill them all, God will know”     [00:12:55] Crusade or Genocide?     [00:13:30] Roger Trencavel of Carcassonne     [00:15:02] Allies refused     [00:17:02] Seeking refuge within the walls of Carcassonne     [00:19:01] Trencavel gives himself up to save his people     [00:20:12] Simon de Montfort     [00:21:19] Simon de Montfort takes Carcassonne     [00:22:47] Lavaur     [00:23:43] Dame Guiraude     [00:25:22] They took Lavaur     [00:26:17] Toulouse     [00:27:09] Simon de Montfort takes Toulouse     [00:27:34] The Revolt of the Barons     [00:28:36] Pierre of Aragon is killed     [00:29:17] Third revolt in Toulouse     [00:31:04] Simon de Montfort dies     [00:33:12] The Treaty of Meaux     [00:34:25] Raymond VII diese     [00:35:40] War ends. Cathars laying low     [00:36:03] Pope's still not happy     [00:36:59] The First Inquisition     [00:38:59] Roger de Pereille     [00:39:59] Montségur     [00:41:20] Marker     [00:42:15] The Siege of Montségur     [00:44:32] Montségur is breached     [00:45:46] The end of the Cathars     [00:47:03] Visiting Montségur today     [00:50:32] Book about Montségur     [00:51:39] Patrons and donors make this podcast possible!     [00:53:07] Get ready for your own great trip to France with Annie     [00:53:42] French expression of the week     [00:57:18] French news     [00:59:07] Travel news     [01:01:45] Personal update     [01:03:32] Annie's test drive     [01:04:59] Next week on the podcast Patreon | Boutique | Newletter | Booking

The Remote Real Estate Investor
How much is too much real estate in your portfolio?

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 16:16


A common refrain in the investment world is, diversify your portfolio. But many real estate investors have a massive majority of their net worth in property. In this episode, Michael shares his thoughts on portfolio diversification and why he is so heavily focused on rental property. --- 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.   Pierre: Hey everyone, welcome to the Remote Real Estate Investor. My name is Pierre Carrillo and today I am joined by…   Michael: Michael Albaum   Pierre: and today we are going to talk about portfolio diversification, so let's just jump right in. Hey, Michael.   Michael: How's it going Pierre?   Pierre: So Michael, one of the basic pieces of investment advice that I hear everywhere is diversification, diversification, diversify, don't be too consolidated. Because if any one piece of the market goes down, you're going to be left exposed somewhere. I remember you saying in a previous episode, that you're about 80-85% in real estate, and that made me think, wow, that's heavily consolidated. How do you find, how do you find comfort in being so consolidated in one asset class?   Michael: Yeah, it's a really good question, Pierre and I think, for me, my strategy has changed over the 10 plus years that I've been investing and so for me, I was very focused on single family when I first got started and I think a lot of people do kind of find their niche inside of single family investing and it's funny because there's this, there's kind of two camps. There's one that says, diversify, diversify, diversify and then another one says, get rich in your niche and niche down and pick one thing to do and do it really well and if you can do it really well, you don't really need diversification. Diversification is for people that maybe aren't able to niche down or pick one thing or particular that they're passionate about, or really good at. So for me, I was always thinking about single families. I wanted to purchase a bunch of them, I wanted to own a bunch and I thought that was great and at the end of the day, and we've talked about it on prior episodes, the like I think what people are always scared about is their value decreasing, given some event or over time and that's when people talk about, like the S&P 500 index funds, you have a bunch of different companies.   And so if one goes out of business, you're not only holding that stock and so that is usually because the value can evaporate and unless the stock is paying some kind of dividend, or it's paying some kind of yeah, I guess that's what stocks dividends, the value of the stock is really in the value and hopefully it goes up over time. With rental real estate, we've got kind of a two headed play here. One is like a yield play a cashflow play, that pays us every single month and every single year and then the other is the appreciation, which is congruent, or synonymous with the stock value going up over time and so again, I'm really less concerned with the value of the property over time, because given a long enough time horizon, I'm comfortable, that thing is going up into the right. But even in the event of a downturn where the value is decreased, I've got yearlong leases and so the rent that I'm going to be collecting is likely going to be unaffected and unchanged. So for that reason, I was really comfortable getting very involved in the single family asset class. The other thing to think about is, I think real estate is this big, all-encompassing umbrella, if you will, it catches a lot of things, and a lot of different events like sub asset classes, for those you watching. I'm doing air quotes, so there's single family investing, there's multifamily investing, there's triple net lease investing, there's industrial, there's flipping, there's all these other things that you can be doing under the real estate umbrella, that I would argue are diversifying you within the asset class itself and so if you'll say, well, people talked a lot about during when COVID first hit, oh, apartments are doomed. Everyone's moving to single family, they want more space. Well, a lot of people thought a lot of things about during COVID when the pandemic first hit, and I don't think that was necessarily true. It was maybe in a little bit of San Francisco and New York and some of these major, major, major metros, but most of our listeners and most of our beginning investors aren't investing in those cities to begin with and so A) I don't think we saw that happen B) we definitely didn't see values fall through the floor, they kind of went the other way. But you can be diversified within the asset class. So if you own multifamily, you own single family, maybe you did see some folks leave your multifamily but maybe you saw your single family values increase. So I think that there's a lot of different ways to play this and then last but not least, I would say if you're in the short term space, you've been killing it for last two years and so again, that's a kind of third way to diversify with in the real estate asset class itself.   Pierre: So with for people just starting out and if they're just you know, you save up a big chunk of money and you because there's a high barrier to entry to get into real estate. How should like is does that diversification just happen over time or is there some sort of comfort you can find in that initial first down payment that you're putting up? It's like, chopping an arm off just to get started?   Michael: Yeah, well, I think for those people who are just getting started, one of the reasons that they may have been attracted initially into real estate is because it is diverse and different from the other things that they're doing. It's not the stock market, it's not a it's not an investor, a retirement portfolio, which is often invest in the stock market. It's not in bonds, so it is different and without getting into like the correlation of the real estate market versus the stock market and talking about, I think it's beta, or maybe it's alpha talking about the differences in the correlations, it's different than what they're currently doing and I think that in and of itself means that you are diversifying and if that's a part of your investment thesis, that diversification is important, this can be a great place to come do that. So I think with regard to your question about saving so much for the down payment, or kind of chopping off an arm and putting a big chunk of your potential overall net worth into that first property, I think people need to think long and hard about that, I think they need to understand what the risks are, what the benefits are and if those are both tolerable, I think the conclusion that I came to and that a lot of other people have come to for themselves is that real estate's a fairly safe place to park money, because of what I mentioned earlier, if it's rented and the value goes down, it doesn't really affect us and it's an unrealized gain or loss, just like in the stock market and so you'll say, oh, I made a bunch of money, the stock market today, well, not unless you bought or sold. So unless you're actually doing a transaction, the value is kind of meaningless. It's always fun to talk about at parties or get together with your friends. Oh, that's probably my net worth whatever like, but doesn't mean anything. It's not tangible and realized until you do something with it and so if you are planning on doing this for the long term, and for the long haul, parking money in real estate, for my experience has been a really great thing for me over time.   Pierre: Okay, so I know you're not, we're not giving investment advice at all here. But from the tone of it, real estate is a safe place to park your money that implies to me that you are like, you're not super worried about a major market correction affecting your values or affecting rent prices to the point where it brings you into the red. You are you feeling good moving forward into the next year?   Michael: Yeah, I'm feeling really good and here's why. Like, I was just listening to a book, an audio book, as part of the Roofstock Academy, we do a book club, and this quarter, we're reading first 2 million by Dan sheets, and he's gonna be joining us for a Q&A session with all of our members who read the book. And so I'm reading this book, and he's talking about the 4% rule and for anyone that might not be familiar, the 4% rule basically says, once you've hit a $1 amount inside of an investment portfolio, and a stock portfolio, you can very safely and confidently withdraw 4% of the value every year, because the hope is that you're essentially living off the interest, you're essentially living off the gains that that portfolio is throwing off, and the principle is not going to be reduced. Well, that's all fine well and good when the markets going up. But when the market goes down, and you're continuing to draw on this account, you could see that dwindle very quickly, and possibly to a point that's unrecoverable and so that again, is the value of the stock is going up or the stocks are going up in value, the portfolio is going up, you're drawing down a certain percentage. For real estate oftentimes, we're not relying on the principal value of the property to do this stuff with, right we can, there are tons of people that I know that only live off the cash flow that the real estate portfolios are generating, they don't care what the value is, it can go up, it can go down, it can go sideways, it doesn't matter because the cash flow the property generates is independent of the value. Your tenants aren't saying, oh, well, the property is valued at x. So I'm only going to pay you why and rent doesn't work like that, which is the nice thing and so I'm much more comfortable and confident in the historic performance, the really strong historic performance of real estate, again, for the rental market, independent of what values are doing and so if I'm someone that's planning to live off my cash flow, I get a great deal of my living income from cash flow. I'm not worried about the principal balance versus in the stock market. When it goes up. It's great when it goes down. I mean, that can that can take a long time to recover from. So yeah, I'm very comfortable going into this the upcoming year 2022 and beyond. That's like a Buzz Lightyear saying to infinity and beyond.   Pierre: That's good to hear, that makes a lot of sense. I guess there's other ways you can find that diversification beyond just between single family and multifamily or even commercial. I know you're investing in vacation rentals outside of the country. I mean, you're completely separate from the US economy. So and then we've spoken on the podcast before with Peter Badger doing the investing in agricultural land and, and internationally as well. So yeah, I guess there's a lot of different ways that you can achieve that diversity with or diversification within your portfolio just using real estate. Are there ways that someone might be exposing themselves to learn how to say this, but like being under diversified in real estate? What are some things that people need to look out for?   Michael: I mean, I guess in theory, you could be if you were invested in New Orleans, when Katrina hit and didn't have really great insurance policies, that's probably an area where you could easily be overexposed. It's a really good question and one that I haven't really thought about because I come from the insurance world and so I'm make darn sure that I'm, I'm not taking on too much because aggregate exposure in the insurance world, an insurance company will look at all of the insurance that they have in a particular area and say, okay, well, if an earthquake happens, we're going to have claims on all of these buildings, that's going to be a ton to pay out. So that's how they're evaluating the risk. I do something similar, and say, okay, well, if something really bad happens, I've got the insurance. But how long? Is it going to take these properties to get rebuilt? And what does that look like going forward? So I think you absolutely could, but I think it's, it's going to be a factor related to other things, not purely the fact that you are investing in own properties all in the same geographic location, are all inside the same asset class and as we talked about regularly on the podcast, real estate is so hyperlocal and so someone could argue, oh, you've got 10 homes in Louisiana, and 10 homes in North Carolina and 10 homes in California and so you're all in single families you ever exposed?   Well, I would argue that that might not be the case, I don't think we can look at that. That surface level data point and say, yes, someone's overexposed, I would say, let's look and understand, okay, what kind of natural catastrophes are in an area? Are they all on the same street? Do they have good insurance policies? What does that look like? What does their occupancy look like? So it's tough to say, without doing a little bit of a deeper dive, that just because someone owns X amount of properties, that represents Y percentage of their net worth, they are over or underexposed and it also comes down to risk tolerance, you can have two people that own very similar portfolios. One is can't sleep at night, because they're worried about a hailstorm taking out all the roofs, the other could not think twice about it, because they got good insurance, or whatever the case is for that person. So it becomes very personal and that's why one of the reasons I love real estate is because there's no right or wrong, there's only right or wrong for you as an individual.   Pierre: Yeah nd some other thing is it's working out in the past, it's just making sure you have multiple strategies available for you with every property that you have. So if you're buying a short term rental, you know, see if it's going to work, maybe you won't make as much money. But could it work as a long term rental? That's another way just to kind of build diversity within your single property.   Michael: Totally And you're seeing a lot of people do that. Now as they're pivoting. They're realizing, hey, my single family has long term makes way more sense as a short term rental, awesome, don't have to do a whole lot to the property to pivot that way.   Pierre: So that that'll make sense And thanks for all of that. Speaking about the other remainder of your portfolio, how do you assess where you're going to put your money outside of real estate?   Michael. That's a good question; That's going into index funds. Just diversification, I have to think about it, I have to worry about it. I just set it and forget it type of thing. We just had a guest on the podcast couple weeks ago, he was talking about picking stocks, and how index fund investing is kind of silly, but go pick stocks and win big. I've done okay, that in the past, but I think it's for me, it's more of a gamble and I real estate for me, because I did a lot of value add investing was definitely a little bit of a gamble. And so I'm very happy now I was in growth mode for a lot of years and now I'm very happy with just a kind of modest return from the stock market and so if it does, great, awesome, if it doesn't, that's okay, too. I'm in it for the long haul and to use that up into the right analogy again, I know given the time horizon that I'm anticipating for holding the stocks and adding to the portfolio. It's going to be going up into the right…   Pierre: Have you messed it all with crypto yet?   Michael: Yeah, it's funny. My wife and I have been playing around with crypto for the last couple years and she works in the tech space as well do in for an education company and we were she came home and he like Michael I did an interview with someone and we're talking about this thing called the theory I'm like we should check it out. So we did some research and ended up buying some a couple years ago and we put it on a I forgot to call like a cold a cold wallet like a USB thumb drive. Well I called wallet yeah and then like stuck it in the bank safe deposit box and never thought twice about it and then like last May everyone was talking about crypto and so I just looked at the values and I was like, Holy crap. I think we've made a lot of fun ready and so we did some more research and played on some of their Kryptos. But it's all like Vegas casino money, to be honest, it's not. It's not something that I understand first and foremost and that's what a lot of financial experts will tell you is don't invest in anything you don't understand unless you're prepared to lose it all and so that's totally where we're at. Like, it's rolling the dice if it does great, awesome. If not, well, you know, it was it was exciting while we were in it.   Pierre: Oh, well, that's all good to hear, man and I think that answers my question about diversification. So I think that's all I have.   Michael: Awesome. Well, great questions Pierre. Thanks a lot, man. Appreciate you having me on.   Pierre: Me having you on. Alright, alright. Let's get out of here.   Alright, everyone that is our episode for today. Thanks so much for joining us. Remember to subscribe to our podcast that helps us bring you more content like this every day and we hope to catch you on the very next one. Happy investing.   Michael: Happy investing.

What Can Go Wrong Podcast
58. Get The Fuckin' Insurance!!

What Can Go Wrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 36:49


(2:50) The big move happened (12:00) Post-office adventure with Jules (27:27) Pierre's what makes my balls itch (30:00) Shout-outs (34:05) Bloopers Follow the Podcast: Instagram: WhatCanGoWrongPodcast TikTok: WhatCanGoWrongPodcast Snapchat: wcgwcast Twitter: @wcgwcast Follow the Co-Host: Instagram: Lodo_Watcher TikTok: Lodo_Watcher

PBD Podcast
MMA Legend Georges St. Pierre | PBD Podcast | EP 154

PBD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 110:50


PBD Podcast Episode 154. In this episode, Patrick Bet-David is joined by Adam Sosnick and Georges St. Pierre. Check out GPS's line of home fitness equipment, Base Blocks: https://bit.ly/3vQqaLJ Check out GSP's line of nutritional foods, Heart & Soil: https://bit.ly/38T8VQZ Text: PODCAST to 310.340.1132 to get added to the distribution list About: Georges St-Pierre is a Canadian former professional mixed martial artist. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest fighters in mixed martial arts history. St-Pierre was a two-division champion in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, having won titles in the welterweight and middleweight divisions. About Co-Host: Adam “Sos” Sosnick has lived a true rags to riches story. He hasn't always been an authority on money. Connect with him on his weekly SOSCAST here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4s_zB_R7I0VW88nOW4PJkyREjT7rJic Patrick Bet-David is the founder and CEO of Valuetainment Media. He is the author of the #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller Your Next Five Moves (Simon & Schuster) and a father of 2 boys and 2 girls. He currently resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. To reach the Valuetainment team you can email: booking@valuetainment.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbdpodcast/support

The Remote Real Estate Investor
Here's what you need to know about investing in the Greenville SC market

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 29:55


In this episode, we are joined by Matt Crawford and Alex Fischer, two Roofstock Certified Agents, to discuss the Greenville and Spartanburg South Carolina markets. We cover the different asset classes, neighborhoods, demographics, price points and return metrics, short term rentals, geographic considerations and much more. If you want to learn more about investing in South Carolina, Matt and Alex have the goods. Contact Matt and Alex at: acquisitions@evernest.co --- 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.   What's going on everyone? Welcome to another episode of the remote real estate investor. I'm Michael album and today I'm joined by Matt and Alex, two of our agents as part of Roofstock Certified agent network down in South Carolina. And they're going to be talking to us today about the Greenville and Spartanburg markets and everything we as investors need to know about it. So let's get into it.   Matt Crawford, Alex Fisher, how are you guys?   Man? We're doing great Michael here. Thank you guys so much for having us. Good to be here.   I guess. Yeah, our pleasure. So I know you because I work with you guys regularly as part of our certified agent network with Roofstock. But for anyone who might not be familiar with who you are, give us a quick rundown who you are. Where do you live? What what markets do you operate in? And what is it that you're all doing in real estate?   Absolutely. So for everybody out there, you know, welcome to the Roofstock remote podcast as you guys know, Michael, he's a champion of the people he's the one in the van rockin. But for us, you know me now it's we're the greatest broker Team roofstock has ever seen. That lightly, but I do mean it. I think we're very passionate about we, that what we do, how we present the products to you guys, as consumers. And as the educational base, you know, we're very thankful for the opportunity. So we represent a couple of markets here in South Carolina. It's where Alex and I are born raised. Alex, you want to add two cents on top of that, sir?   Yeah, I mean, obviously, our hometown is Columbia, really anywhere in South Carolina. That's where we have most of our experience. And you know, we love doing nothing more than trying to get out here and make some people some money and find some good deals. So our obviously our go to is going to be South Carolina areas. Love it.   And why did you guys partner up? And how did you two meet?   That's such a long story. But it's been we've been kicking it for, like 12 years. And and you know, and we're both we're both 32. So I mean, we were we were young lads and our ladies at the time were like best friends. And you know, Alex's wife was always talking to my girl about meeting Alex and I thought he was strange because he was like, a financially adept teenager, like Alex had his first house and like nine years older, or like, 19, whatever. Don't none of those. And meet Alex just kept kicking it in. You know, Alex was working at one of the top four consultancy firms. PwC. And I was out in Denver, sort of so notes and Alex, you know, hats off to him. He'd call me like, every week, checking up on me, and it's like, Matt, you know, we got to get new real estate, we have the potential. He really convinced me to move back to South Carolina. And fast forward five years. We have our own companies now.   Love it. All right, you too. Well, let's talk about Greenville and Spartanburg, South Carolina. It's a market that I'm not very familiar with. And so we're going to, you know, talk to me, like I'm five years old walked me through. Why is are these markets? Interesting? Why should people be interested in investing in rental properties in these two markets? Yeah, so   I guess the main differences between, you know, the Upstate and Columbia is property values are a little bit higher. You know, Greenville is an incredibly cool city, especially compared to Columbia. So it's, it's pretty big, and it's owned, but there's a lot around Greenville, which would, you know, be the mountains, you know, it's convenient to the beach, which is maybe about two and a half, three hours away. But also, you've got the North Carolina, you've obviously got, you know, Clemson around the area. There's a lot of opportunities in regards to Reynolds because there are a lot of colleges around there. But you know, our biggest thing is pushing the appreciation, you're going to see that the rents are not keeping up as much with the property values are at least as quickly. But the good news is they are good opportunities for long term holds because of the appreciation and from what we've been seeing the appreciation there in the upstate in general is just much stronger than it is in Colombia, that the good thing about Colombia is the opportunity for rents because the rents are keeping up with the property values, but I think we're going to see a lot of that stuff slowly. You know, I guess level off a little Bit just based on how the market is kind of moving now. So then the rents will eventually kind of just end up evening out with what the appreciation is actually doing.   And Matt, who are some of the big employers, I know, Alex, you mentioned, Clemson and a lot of colleges around there, but are other than college students and college faculty. What are people moving to the area for for your typical jobs? I mean, are there big employers there?   Yeah, you know, I think Michael, you know, putting you in the frame of mind of like a new investor coming into South Carolina, and for all the investor, and whether you're 18 years old, looking for your first rental or a seasoned investor with 100 properties, I always like to sort of start at the origin story of the market. And Greenville upstate in general, is like the textile industry of the US. I mean, you got to look historically, in South Carolina and the South, you know, this is where a large majority of the cotton of the Indigo dies of anything the derivative of the textile industry, really was created. And that really set its roots into Greenville and to Spartanburg itself. So Greenville still has a ton of products from that era, which include huge textile mills. What that means from an investor's standpoint, is that you had all this workforce housing, you know, even my mom was from easily, which is about 25 minutes from downtown Greenville. They grew up on the Mill Hill. And so as you can imagine, it's perfect substance for the gentrification to happen, you know, and it's not 20 years ago, where we could buy a house for 75,000. And now it's worth 500. But you can still follow that development curve does molding out of Greenville into areas like easily fantastic market to look into. The biggest one, I think the all star of this podcast for everyone listening is going to be Travelers Rest. And I think Alex knows a lot about this as well. Because Greenville on the Clemson grab, right, Clemson, Clemson Tigers, you know, we're about 30 minutes past Greenville. And so I got to see this beautiful development happened in Greenville, which is just created a pretty high saturated market. So now for any investors and yourself, Michael, you know, I think pushing to the satellite markets that are still quite contingent to Greenville population and economic drivers makes the most sense. So that's really were trout interest is becoming an all stock market, low property purchase prices, you know, you're talking three twos 175,000 or less, the really good median rents, almost to the 1% rule. I don't think it's as sexy as here in Colombia. It is just because Greenville has already seen so much more maturation than here in the middle the state says Greenville, so biggest thing on Greenville. Here we go Pierre's driving in and if we drive in, travelers risks going to be you're looking at o'clock at 11 o'clock to us. So guys, if you're out there, you're wanting to see properties. I can guarantee if you Zillow, Greenville, you're gonna see stuff for like 300,000 400,000 that rinse 2500 or so now you go up to Travelers Rest, those economic numbers are totally going to flip flop. So please feel free to look at these kinds of products is the same MLS as Greenville. So Alex and I will be publishing properties. And then if we come back to the center of the city in Greenville, and look at nine o'clock on the clock hands, you're going to look at easily so it's directly to the left of Greenville. Sort of right in the left there to the screen. Thanks, Pierre. Also a great case study for what's happening in this market. As a lot of the renters, the investors and the development dollars are starting to bleed out of Greenville, which is sort of the cool analogy as Greenville really had its foothold in the indigo dye business. So if you can imagine this indigo dye starting to come out of this central geo easily is fantastic. You can still find great inventory. But even as Alex and I thought, Hey man, let's open up the upstate with roof stock ease these going to be just fish in a barrel. It's not the case. You know, it's still very, very saturated with investment and institutional dollars, which puts Traveler's Rest as my number one submarket   You heard it here first, ladies and gentlemen. I love it, Matt. And to give people kind of a frame of reference, what was the general population of Greenberg? MSA?   Yeah, I think it's almost like 500,000 Okay, so it's pretty massive city. definitely bigger than I think it's like the fifth or sixth largest city in South Carolina. I definitely Being a local think it's like, probably number two of like, most sought after livable millennial culture cities. I think it goes Charleston and probably Greenville. And you know, guys, if you're looking for Airbnbs, totally different ballgame, we're talking totally different set of data here. But the short term rental market in Greenville is off the charts. And I think that is, yeah, definitely is perfectly perfectly tied to the nightlife and the culture that Greenville has done. And even just to dig a little deeper here, you know, 25 years ago, there really wasn't a main street or a main vein in Greenville, in fact, what they call false Park, which is a main park, and mainstream Greenville was beautiful, natural waterfall, it was actually covered by an overpass right here appears on a false park on the reading. So the Reedy River cuts to the city, this used to be covered up. And now in the last 10 to 15 years, they've probably dumped 100 million or more into this gorgeous walkable facility that has these natural features are just a beautiful suspension bridge. And that is has created this really nice culture that is in Greenville. And I think that's why the short term rental market really works if you're looking for higher property purchase prices, but I think your Airbnb models will be rock star here.   That's really interesting that and so talk to me a little bit about property taxes, because I think that's something that's always on people's mind is one of the a big expense that can either make or break in investment. So how do those work in in South Carolina? Or maybe more specifically, in Greenville?   Yeah, so typically what we do, and a lot of people don't realize this from the get go, but everybody's looking at Zillow, you can go to any house, and you can see what the roughly what the what the taxes would be. However, with Columbia, South Carolina, in general, the property taxes are different, you know, there's two different types of property taxes, you got an owner occupied and the non owner occupied and people don't realize the non owner occupied is obviously, you know, the, these big investors that come in, these are the taxes that these guys are gonna have to pay the small guys, whatever. So when you live in the house, and you look into Zillow, you're gonna see one number, but in reality, that number can essentially be doubled, when you start to consider that you're actually going to put a renter in place, which is a huge buzzkill for a lot of investors. But at the same time, once you kind of understand that is the case, now you can kind of work your numbers around you can kind of you'll you'll look in a different direction for the opportunity, I guess you could say. But typically, what we tell people is when it comes to taxes, the non unoccupied rate is going to be roughly and again, this is just a rule of thumb, this is not exact, is about two and a half percent of the purchase price that will give you a good gauge on, you know what your monthly cash flow would be. And as you can imagine, you know, what I would say is, you know, the owner occupied tax rate is probably around one to, you know, one and a half percent. So as you can imagine, you do the math, it's almost double what the the owner occupied rate is, which is very unfortunate. And that's probably been our biggest hurdle for the South Carolina markets. But again, you know, it just allows us to kind of, you know, I guess stretch our fingers out and see what we can find in regards to more off market properties. Maybe some smaller homes, but it really does make it more difficult for investors to actually go out and find something just because it does, it does hurt the cash flow a good bit.   Yeah, that makes total sense. And we talked a lot about Greenville. What about Spartanburg? What Should folks be aware of and where should they be looking out there?   Okay, cool. Cool. Let's uh, so drive the car, probably about 45 minutes east. And now we're at Sparkle city baby, which is sort of just a local term slang for Spartanburg that I can give no context to. I have no idea why they call it sparkle city, but it makes for a fantastic nickname. Totally. So we're driving the sparkle city. Or we're laying it down and to me, and I think even to Alex's standpoint, I'm a bigger fan of Spartanburg than Greenville. Granted, you know, snagging the Airbnb downtown mainstream Greenville. Sounds awesome. I think if you're looking to build long term rental portfolios, maybe two or three a year you're wanting to be in Spartanburg. That's just because it's more like a It's not rural in the sense, but it's more workforce housing. I think Greenville, you're going to be playing with a lot of individuals that are potentially, you know, making 80 to 100 grand a year. Not necessarily looking for a true three two rental whereas in Spartanburg it's definitely labor force and I think you find that labor force In the biggest BMW plant in the southeast, so BMW Michelin all have one of their largest manufacturing plants, right outside of Spartanburg. I think all the x five series beamers in the world are made here in this BMW plant. Which is beautiful. Yeah. So like you drive by it as it's as gorgeous setup. So really, really cool. And I think that's driven, this workforce class of tenants that you would see, of course, there's 10 colleges in Spartanburg. And if you were to visit Greenville, you're like, oh, man, this place is poppin. Like, there's Michelin star restaurants. In a beautiful downtown, you go to Spartanburg, there's like, you know, mom and pops, Biscuit Company, you know. But what you want to see, and from an investor's perspective, which I think looks good, is right downtown, is this brand new five star hotel, super swanky, beautiful rooftop, you walk into it, and you're like, oh, there's money here. Something's happening. And so to me, that says that a lot of these development dollars that have been looking around different GEOS here in South Carolina, finally, have seen Oh, Spartanburg is a super viable market, I would say maybe it's like Greenville, 15 years ago. And talk quick numbers. Whereas if you were in Greenville, your three two is 250,000. Your three two here is going to be a buck 50. So I mean, we're talking about $100,000. And price changes now that is reflected in the rent rates. That three two in Greenville is definitely a 1550 1695 monthly rent products. That same three two here in Spartanburg, you know, you are going to be looking at like 900 to $1,200. And I think that's just positioned on the type of tenant that we're commonly seeing here. But inventory is easier, you're not going to have such a saturation of buyers unless bidding wars. So I'm big fan and pro tip, bing, bing, bing, for everybody out there listening, I think, I don't know if you're gonna make that a sound but I'll do my own AdWords. I think that you know, me and Alex like, you know, we're we're we have a large acquisition base for different companies. And we're last two years has been a gauntlet with interest rates at 2.3%. Back in January of 2021. As of this year, this month, I just checked really like 5.6. And what we're seeing when we're checking foreclosure lists, we're looking at so many different counties across about 30 Different in essays is things are doubling every single month as far as foreclosures, as far as the evictions that are actually being filed in process. So what that means for you guys, as investors in the audience of the podcast is you get your cash ready. I think the bidding wars are the are finally starting to water down. So whether it is green, or whether it is Spartanburg, you're gonna see a lot more inventory and I think you're gonna have a lot more purchasing power, especially if you're coming with some kind of liquid cash on the deal.   Okay, good to know and what areas of Spartanburg really excites you.   You know Spartanburg,   if you made your number one call for Greenville, what's your number one call for Spartanburg   easy shot right in the heart of Gaston. Gaffney is just a subset right out of Spartanburg, you know I think Spartanburg is old enough to where you can put a stake downtown, though a 30 mile radius around it, and go shopping. That's how I would look on Zillow. But Gaffney in particular, a sub market really great, right on.   And if someone is coming into the South Carolina Market, just in general, or maybe these two markets specifically, what things should they be aware of? What's kind of common practice par for the course, like as an example out in California, we have termites, and so if you see a little bit of termite damage, that's not the end of the world, you can get it fixed, depending of course, about where it is and how pervasive it is. But what are some things that people should expect to see that might be red flags in their home market, that they shouldn't be too worried about?   Let's see around here. One of the more common things that, you know, becomes concerning, I mean, it comes concerning to anybody, but it is pretty normal. It's just more foundational issues. You know, having cracks in the foundation, unfortunately, is normal. But you know, when and I don't know how it is in California, but I know the second somebody sees you know, foundation cracks and stuff like that. It's definitely it becomes something very worrying. But from our perspective, we're like, look, this is normal. You know, we there's plenty of companies don't get me wrong, there are expensive, but there are plenty of companies that can go and help remediate that. At However, even at that point, you know, it's pretty easy to gauge, especially on the inspection reports how severe it's going to be. As long as it's nothing that's like, overall, structurally is going to be concerning, then we don't see it being a big deal just because it is normal. But again, that's from our perspective, we've never seen anything major come up. And if we do, you know, we were able to read through the inspection report and say, you know, hey, maybe we should get one of these guys out here from you know, foundation companies go have a look. But outside of that, from our perspective, that's fairly normal on any house, you end up going under contract on.   Yeah, totally agree with Alex there, we get all the crazy questions to Michael. A lot from this, this Cali investors are coming in even New York people. I'd say like, every time we have a California guy or girl, which we love, y'all, and we've even had a couple of really amazing people come meet me and Alex, here in South Carolina, from the properties that we've helped acquire. So shout out to all those guys, but they're always like, doing the hurricane insurance or like Ardea tornadoes, which is a regular thing to ask the Dow none of that, you know, soccer right, super chill, you know, especially Columbia. We're landlocked, you know, Charleston, definitely, you're gonna have hurricanes. But Greenville, it's good. I think on average is like five inches of snow, which is hit or miss. So very mild climate, and even sort of changing that question of as globally for South Carolina as an outdoor investor, what I would say to make it interesting is like, follow football. It was just about, you know, football, I think is really important to the nature of these different cities. So you know, Clemson University, if you're paying attention to that college, when they were rockin, it created this huge investment opportunity like massive, I cannot express how big the in real estate investment opportunity that was created offset football program. And it's the same thing with the Charlotte Panthers. They're building a brand new practice stadium and Rock Hill, investors are looking at these different data metrics. And even in Columbia, South Carolina with the University of South Carolina's football program is I would just pay attention to those sorts of fun monikers. And that's just another lens to look at an investing and what is important to that specific Geo. And those are just one of the very relatable things here in the South Carolina Market.   Now, that makes total sense. I know one of our other coaches, Tom Schneider, he loves looking at sports teams, and where they're moving and where they're building stadiums, because that's a huge, huge indicator, like you mentioned about like the hotel, big money going into an area. That's great. That's great. I'm curious to know, from your guys's perspectives, what should buyers be aware of how can they be more competitive? And how can they work better with you all and your teams to be competitive and win offers?   Well, so I'll actually say from my perspective, just to kind of give my quick little two cents, because we do see this daily. But our biggest thing is, you know, we've got a team of people that are behind, you know, the whole coordination piece, our number one goal is to get offers out the door at this point is kind of like you got to unfortunately, this isn't like it was two years ago, maybe you can make an offer on a house. And you know, there's only two other offers on it. Now. It's like you make an offer on a house. And now there's about 20 to 30 other other offers on it when you consider in these bigger markets like Columbia, Greenville, and Spartanburg. This is where all the big institutional guys are. And so these big institutional guys are buying in cash, which means you know, if you're buying through financing, it's going to make it very, very difficult to be competitive, especially with a lot of these guys doing, you know, three day diligence, five day diligence, which is something we don't really recommend, mainly because you know, it's very difficult to even get anybody out there and then get a report back. So our biggest thing is and kind of what we we feel like we can control on our end is the amount of offers that actually do go out. So instead of just pinpointing and finding, like, Hey, this is my favorite property, I want to try to win just this one. Our goal is, look, you just got to start, you know, shooting out offers, which is what our team is capable of doing. And then just hope that one sticks in don't get me wrong, obviously, we want the offers to be calculated. But you know, if you kind of get this tunnel vision and try to purchase one house and try to win that one house, you're you're going to be disappointed. There's nothing wrong with just trying to shoot out some offers. That's what our team can do. And all you got to do is just let us know where you go. Obviously go to roofstock and just start clicking on. Hey, I want to make an offer here. I want to make an offer here. But to your point, I mean people are getting over bid. The market right now is kind of unfair just because of these institutional guys. So if there's anything we could at least just give somebody as a takeaway is just make offers. Right now it's a numbers game and hopefully one will stay Pick, but you'll be a lot more likely to stick something than you would if you just try to, you know, kind of become narrow, narrow vision and try to make one offer at a time. It's just going to make it very, very difficult which is with with the way the market is now.   Yeah, makes total sense. Well, sir, I agree. That's perfect. Yes. Awesome. Well, guys, any final thoughts, tips, tricks, tidbits for folks that are listening things you think you want people to be aware of, of South Carolina Market?   You know, I think the, you know, quick sentiment, you know, to leave with you guys out there is, you know, me and Alex have been doing this for quite some time. I know, we're, we're young in blood, but we're old and experience, we're, you know, probably pass or 25th 100, you know, transaction, we've been a part of all these have been investment base. So we're not a residential agent. We're both brokers. So we really have put this as our passion, and our our life loads to support our families. So I think being a resource for you guys, your boots on the ground, providing all of our resources, we do our own flips. And we know the headaches with the flips, you know, we've gone through several, many several Renaud teams, and we've had to create processes and procedures to make sure that we're hitting our numbers and our timelines, and all of that experience, and physical resource, all these teams will be more than happy to open up that toolbox for you guys. Same thing with lenders, you know, dealing with, you know, tons of roofstock, transactions and ELTs. And otherwise, you know, we've pinpointed the best of the best. So, that being said, you know, I'm really, really proud of the team, Alex has helped create, the toolbox that we pieced together, and the family that we met at roofstock. And we want you guys to dig in the toolbox. Come and play. And I think we do it a little different. And that's what makes us stand out. I think, not just selecting property by property like Alex's was saying, Look anywhere look on Craigslist, Zillow, you know, wherever you want to and send us five properties and we don't mind drafting up five offers going out fishing, and if one hits great if several hit, you know, buy them all or pick the best one and we can drop during due diligence. You know, the biggest thing and I will put this star on our chest is we've never lost earnest money in our entire career. And that's because that's pretty impressive. The systems and the communication, you know, that's, that's over 2000 deals we've gone we've never lost it once and I remember Alex was like, Dude, we're never going to because he's, he's come from that consultancy background he has processes and automations to protect you guys and so love to show you these features, talk shop Let's rock and roll and really appreciate everything   Right on. What's the best way for folks to get in touch with you guys?   It's gonna be acquisitions@evernest.co so evernest.co And how I would like to do it is just shoot us an email and the team will set you up a call with me and Alex if you want to just chit chat or if you just want to jump into the rain like email five properties and say hey, I want to run these through the byo P program we Russa heard your podcast It was very strange.   And and we'll hook you up man this is like getting smarter. So that's a you know that's a sale how easy it is and we'd love to show you South Carolina. Another quick thing as you know, me and Alex do this across about probably like 10 states now you know we're from Texas, to Florida and about the southeast coastline. And I still very much like South Carolina and the data shows it has a lot of fruit. So come and join us and let's get financially free   Right on well thank you for taking the time hanging out with me I really appreciate it and can't wait to see we both go from here.   Michael you're the greatest, Pierre back there driving the ship Thank you sir. And to everybody tuning in. Keep catching the next episodes and good luck investment.   Right on, thanks guys. Talk soon.   See ya.   Okay, everyone, that was our episode A big thank you to Matt and Alex for taking the time hanging out with me and giving us all a driving tour of Spartanburg and Greenville. Definitely, definitely two markets that are worth checking out. As always, if you liked the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review. Those are super helpful for us, and we look forward to seeing in the next one. Happy investing

Idées
François-Xavier de Vaujany: «Apocalypse managériale»

Idées

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 48:30


Pierre-Édouard Deldique reçoit dans son magazine Idées François-Xavier de Vaujany, professeur agrégé des Universités, spécialiste des théories des organisations et des nouvelles formes de travail managérial, auteur de « Apocalypse managériale », aux éditions Les Belles Lettres. Dans l'émission, il sera également question des nouveaux podcasts proposés désormais par la revue ESPRIT. ► Les nouveaux podcasts proposés par la revue ESPRIT à écouter ici.

Fantasy Impact Today
DFS Dreamer 5/5 NFL, NBA, MLB News & Notes

Fantasy Impact Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 75:04


Pierre and Wes review player changes in the NFL NFC West. Review the NBA Playoffs. Individual leaders and losers in the MLB. Follow @pwee31 @loafinit @FIToday_ Have questions, comments, concerns? Have a requested topic or person you would like to see covered on our next episode? Email the show at FantasyImpactToday@yahoo.com or leave your comment in the comment section below. Stay informed; get the latest podcast by subscribing to the Fantasy Impact Today network. Check out https://fantasyimpacttoday.com for all past podcasts and articles and don't forget to Like, Comment, and Subscribe! @FIToday_ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fantasyimpacttoday/message

Géopolitique
Géopolitique du jeudi 05 mai 2022

Géopolitique

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 3:08


durée : 00:03:08 - Géopolitique - par : Pierre  Haski  - .

On The Wing Podcast
PODCAST EP. 164: Gun Dog Magazine's Editor Kali Parmley on Flushers and Pointers

On The Wing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 39:39


Host Bob St.Pierre chats bird dogs with Kali Parmley, the editor of Gun Dog Magazine and owner of both a Labrador retriever and an English setter. Kali talks about the decision to start with a Lab, then her move to a pointing breed for her second bird dog. Episode Highlights: • Kali and Bob stumble upon the fact they both used llamas last season to get deeper into the backcountry to hunt birds. • Kali also shares a terrific story of her young setter's unexpectedly magnificent chukar retrieve down the side of a mountain last season. This bird dog-oriented episode helps us kick off PF & QF's annual Bird Dogs for Habitat campaign. Do you have a favorite breed of bird dog and love high quality habitat? Join us by becoming a member or making a donation at www.BirdDogsforHabitat.org – THANKS!

Géopolitique
L'Inde, malgré tout

Géopolitique

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 2:40


durée : 00:02:40 - Géopolitique - par : Pierre  Haski  - De passage à Paris, Narendra Modi viendra rappeler combien son alliance avec la France est stratégique pour New Delhi. Et c'est plutôt une bonne nouvelle.

BudPod with Phil Wang & Pierre Novellie
Episode 162 - BonusPod Holiday Special 2!

BudPod with Phil Wang & Pierre Novellie

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 34:56


Hello again! Still on holiday, so here is BonusPod 143: The boys talk about Malaysian Santa's big digger, heli santa, Mel Gibson, being trapped in a WhatsApp group, heaven and hell gamble, Mrs Claus and Pierre does a VERY silly song called "Twerking My Way To Nazareth" Get bonus BudPod on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Live from Mount Olympus
Persephone 3: Are You Kidnapping Me?

Live from Mount Olympus

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 18:21


Wrenched out of the sunlit meadow, Persephone confronts Hades, ruler of the underworld, and his three-headed dog, the terrifying yet strangely affectionate Cerberus.  Persephone runs away from Hades' gloomy palace, but learns there is no way home. Combining the artistry of foremost contemporary theater-makers with the timeless stories of Greek myth and the imaginative power of audio, Live from Mount Olympus is an adventure for tweens and families of all ages. This podcast is a production of the Onassis Foundation. The bold and original audio drama is created and produced by Peabody Award-winning showrunner Julie Burstein, co-produced by the Brooklyn-based theater ensemble The TEAM, and directed by Tony Award-winner Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet) and Keenan Tyler Oliphant (Associate Director of Hadestown and director of PlayCo's upcoming U.S. premiere of Ebru Nihan Celkan's Will You Come with Me?). Karen Brooks Hopkins is the executive producer. Live from Mount Olympus is presented by TRAX from PRX.  Find out more at Onassis.link/Olympus Our actors include: Kayla Bennett, Eric Berryman, Vinie Burrows, Jaaliyah Casey, Divine Garland, Mari Harris, Joanne Hernandez, Modesto “Flako” Jimenez, Anna Kendrick, Libby King, Ian Lassiter, Zhailon Levingston, Christina Liberus, Kimberly Marable, Nehemia Luckett, Jake Margolin, James Harrison Monaco, Isabella Rossellini, Kristen Sieh, Nidra Sous la Terre, Eierene Tuakora, and Ching Valdes-Aran. And André De Shields is Hermes. Special thanks to Calvin Samuel Blanch, Elliot Byler, Sam Chavrichs, Adrienne Hopkins, Caroline Hopkins, and Natalie Hopkins. The TEAM's Producing Director is Alexandra Lalonde, and Producing Manager is Laura Elliot.  We had casting support from Melissa Friedman of Epic Theater Ensemble. Our writer is Nathan Yungerberg.  Tessa Zitter is assistant producer and Yonatan Rekem is assistant editor.  Audio production and mix by John Melillo.   Live from Mount Olympus music was composed by Magdalini Giannikou, with help from Luca Bordonaro, and performed by Banda Magda. Jason Adam Katzenstein created our illustrations and is our series humor consultant. Michael Kendrick is Program Director for Onassis USA.  Marketing and social media management by Karina Grudnikov and Caroline English.  Press by Blake Zidell.  Graphic design by Onassis Creative Studio.  Since 1975, the Onassis Foundation has been dedicated to culture, community, and education, with projects that can effectively inspire social change and justice across borders. Learn more at www.onassis.org.

Everyone's Business But Mine with Kara Berry
You Got Served! (ft. Brittny Pierre)

Everyone's Business But Mine with Kara Berry

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 72:42


This week I'm joined by the fabulous Brittny Pierre to breakdown Olivia Wilde getting custody papers while on stage, Christine Quinn leaving the Oppenheim Group, and more plus updates on the Blac Chyna trial and a Kardashians recap!You can find Brittny on Tiktok here!Find me on Patreon, social media and more here! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.