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    The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast
    6 Tips for Successful Summer Paint Projects | Fast Fixes for Cracked Concrete | Outdoor Furniture Spruce Ups | Ep #2219

    The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 40:26


    SHOW NOTES: Taking on a paint project this summer? We've got six things to remember before you pick up the paintbrush. Concrete is one of the most durable building products ever invented but even concrete needs repair to fix cracks or worn surfaces. We share easy fixes to make without replacing the original concrete. Is your outdoor furniture looking like it's at the end of its days? Painting can bring it back to life. We'll share tips on the easiest way to get that done. Plus, answers to your home improvement questions: Barbara from South Dakota has loose tile flooring in her recently renovated bathroom. Howard in Texas wants to know how to fix a retaining wall that is starting to lean. Judy from Minnesota want help getting rid of moisture in her below grade space. Michael in Tennessee wants to know if he can use a foam spray to support a fiberglass showers stall. Alison from New York needs a humane way to get rid of squirrels in her yard. Craig in Rhode Island wants to replace a shut off valve but can't easily access it without ripping apart his bathroom. Alicia from North Carolina has a cracked patio slab that keeps getting bigger and doesn't know what to do about it. Jim in Delaware is wondering what part of his dryer vent he needs to replace. Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Uncut With Q
    Making Money No Matter The Market, Stock Trading & Options Trading, and Psychology Of Making Money From Your Cell Phone W/ Garrett Sanchez

    Uncut With Q

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 42:34


    In this Episode Garrett shares his Story from growing up in the Projects, to Building Multiple Businesses, to making his way into the Stock Market and Dominating the market & building a whole community from the ground up where everyone is WINNING. Listen to this all the way through... If you want to join our signals group and make passive income using our strategy hit the link below. https://www.infinitesignals.io use promocode INFINITE for half off your first month. 

    Ancestral Findings (Genealogy Gold Podcast)
    AF-626: 10 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for July

    Ancestral Findings (Genealogy Gold Podcast)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 7:39


    Are you looking for some interesting genealogical projects to do for July? Here are ten that are amazing and will keep you educated and entertained. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/10-must-do-genealogy-projects-for-july/  Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Historical Postcard Giveaway https://ancestralfindings.com/postcard-giveaway/ Free Genealogy eBooks https://ancestralfindings.com/ebooks Hard To Find Surnames https://ancestralfindings.com/surnames Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AncestralFindings Support Ancestral Findings https://ancestralfindings.com/donation #Genealogy #AncestralFindings #GenealogyClips

    Citizen Science
    Pollinatorpalooza

    Citizen Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 26:17


    It's summer and there's a whole lot of pollinating going on. Learn about scientists' efforts to monitor important pollinators like bumblebees, monarch butterflies and hummingbirds, and how you can help. Projects featured in this podcast are: Bumble Bee Watch Journey North Monarch Larva Monitoring Project

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
    From Building A Small Multifamily Projects to Syndication and Partnerships

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 17:37


      Brian Wagers is a multi-family investor. He grew his family's portfolio to 500 units before moving on to syndication where he is now involved. Been involved in over 150 million worth of apartment transactions. With over 2,000 units through his experience as an owner and general partner. He now seeks to invest and help other high-growth professionals and business owners put their money in a tax-advantaged, risk-adjusted growth space that is multi-family. Highlights:   [00:00 - 05:48] Opening Segment Brian Wagers started out in Northwest Arkansas and bought a single-family home before moving on to multi-family and building a portfolio of 500 units Brian partnered up with Elevate Commercial Investment group.   [05:48 - 11:38] How to Capital Raise Like a Pro: Tips from a Veteran Brian discusses how he has succeeded in the capital raising space by being organized, adding value, and being competitive. He talks about the challenges of the capital raising space, including interest rates and cap rates. He emphasizes the importance of underwriting for higher cap rates and staying ahead of the competition. Transparency is Important in Communication   [11:39 - 15:00] Investors Shift Focus to Classier Properties Their Company is keeping its cap rate at 2% or 3% annually, depending on the location and asset class. They are starting to look more seriously at A-class assets due to the compressed cap rates. The market for A-class assets is appealing to institutional investors and provides less risk than buying a house. Developers Look to Multifamily Properties as an Exit Strategy The interest rates for multifamily properties have decreased, which has made them more affordable for buyers. Multi-family properties are becoming more liquid, which makes it easier for buyers to find and exit these properties. Class A developers are looking for premiums in multifamily properties, so buyers must find a value that they can add to the spa [15:06 - 17:36] Closing Segment Reach out to Brian Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “I think, transparency is really important in communication and making sure we are updating our investors, whether things go wrong or whatnot .”  -  Brian Wagers ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Brian on  LinkedIn   Facebook  Instagram   or email him at Brian@elevatecig.com or visit their website: Elevatecig.com Connect with me:   Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Brian Wagers: I think, transparency is really important in communication. Making sure we're updating our investors, whether things go wrong or what not just when things are going right. [00:00:09] Brian Wagers: If things are slower than expected to let them know what's happening in the market, there's a lot of people are worried about where the market is headed, is it, too hot interest rate changes. So just keeping them updated with educational material on that, I think is important. [00:00:23] Brian Wagers: Making sure you explain your underwriting, I think. Investors are getting more and more sophisticated.  [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: Brian Wagers is a multi-family investor. He grew his family's portfolio to 500 units before moving on to syndication where he is now involved. Been involved in over 150 million worth of apartment transactions. Brian, welcome to the show.  [00:00:54] Brian Wagers: Hey, thanks. Thanks Sam.  [00:00:56] Sam Wilson: Good to be on here. Hey man, pleasure's mine. [00:00:58] Sam Wilson: There's three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get.  [00:01:04] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So I got started in Northwest Arkansas. About six years ago bought a single family home quickly, diverted over to multi-family had a 12 unit scaled that into another 12 unit and a 20 unit combination of family money, seller financing. [00:01:20] Brian Wagers: Got my hands dirty with a medium sized, small multi-family projects, built up a portfolio of about 450 to 500 units with just me as a lead sponsor me as the only general partner with, friends and family. And just as of recently partnered up with elevate commercial investment group, where now I'm a general partner on, thousands of units. [00:01:43] Sam Wilson: That is really, really cool. I love that story of, building, building a portfolio of 500 units. I'm really curious, once you had figured it out and once you had made it to that 500 unit mark, which is a lot of units, by the way, if you're just a single general partner in 500 units, that's a lot of units, what was the impetus for, joining another team and being a general partner with other people when you can really own a hundred percent of your own deals right now,  [00:02:09] Brian Wagers: right? [00:02:09] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So it was always in the back of my mind. It was, I don't know that it was a aha moment. I think when I first got started in multi-family, the people that I was learning from, they were doing the syndications and they were doing the larger projects. But for me to get started, I really wanted to, have a track record proof. [00:02:25] Brian Wagers: I have somewhat of a proof of concept, My hands dirty and do you know all aspects of real estate. So I've always had multi-family syndications in the background of my head. That's always thinking about different things, but I knew I was gonna focus on multi-family. Just, I was open to doing it different ways, so, About two years ago, I was scaling my portfolio and I was starting to make offers on some of the same deals that I had seen before, they had come back full cycle. So I knew I was playing in a somewhat smaller space. so I knew. that thought of going bigger was going to have to come soon. [00:03:00] Brian Wagers: So I, I was really starting to plant some seeds with some other bigger time operators and looking at how I could provide value to them as I continued to grow. So yeah, I could keep, a hundred percent, and keep trying to do the smaller deals. But I think for me, it was one was the inventory there, where I was coming across. [00:03:19] Brian Wagers: Some of these deals, a couple times. So that was kind of, a good moment for me know, knowing that I had to expand. and it was okay giving up, a portion of that in, in order to really grow, it's who not how you get there. So I'm firm believer in that, partnering up with strategic people to get you to continue to grow. [00:03:38] Brian Wagers: And I didn't want, I'm always trying to be the best version of myself , in all aspects. So. It's okay. To relinquish some control in some areas. And, for me that was partnering up and giving up some of that  [00:03:50] Sam Wilson: partnership. [00:03:50] Sam Wilson: I like that idea there, Brian, that, Hey, I gotta get outta my own backyard. [00:03:53] Sam Wilson: I've gotta go somewhere where somebody else has local market knowledge that you don't have to then rebuild. You don't have to go get into a new market and say, all right, how do I figure out this market? You got somebody else that you that's experienced in it. I guess the question I would have if someone's already in a market and they've already got people on the ground, they're already running a very large operation. [00:04:12] Sam Wilson: What did you bring to the table? Or how did you position it, such that they would say to you, Brian, I'd love to have you be part of the team. What did that conversation look like? Not that you're not a great guy and you don't have great skills. Cause obviously you do cuz you've taken down 500 units on your. [00:04:25] Sam Wilson: But even, so it seems like they would already had all the seats on the bus taken care of.  [00:04:30] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So for me, that was positioning myself, to continue that track record. So it wasn't just, Hey, I'm gonna be a partner with your firm. Like, let's go, it was a deal, work with them on a kind of a JV. Case by case basis. [00:04:46] Brian Wagers: So it wasn't just, I was like, Hey, let me give me an opportunity to prove myself, that's all I wanted was an opportunity to, say I'm going to do what I say I'm going to do. So, that was raising on a couple deals. So we raised on three or four deals before we actually, agreed on a partnership. [00:05:05] Brian Wagers: And that was. Asking for me, I focus on the capital raising piece. So that was going to be my focus. So when I was reaching out, I was reaching out to other operators and seeing if, Hey, is that something that you could bring on? And for the operators that I'm looking at, I'm looking at high. I was looking at high growth operators. [00:05:23] Brian Wagers: So, the two main. Flows of multi-family real estate is, deals and equity. So that was. My main, pivot point was, Hey where can I bring value? And that was in the equity piece.  [00:05:36] Sam Wilson: Right? Right. No, that's that's really cool. What, and again, I'm sorry for digging in, maybe on this so much, but I think it's an important, stepping stones for people who are in this business looking to scale, looking to grow. [00:05:48] Sam Wilson: They want to go, okay. How have other people done? So focused on capital raise. Why not just cog? What would what was the impetus again? I'm just trying to figure out again, not that you're not a bad, not a good guy, but you know, for the other at elevate, was it elevate equity? [00:06:03] Sam Wilson: Was that, was it two elevate commercial  [00:06:04] Brian Wagers: investment group. Okay. Yeah. So, right, right. Like, so, and additionally to just COGP in there was,. Okay. What areas of their business did I find? Like bringing I'm just, when I'm just cog and I was just the capital, but right. Adding value outside of that, during these other deals. [00:06:22] Brian Wagers: So, jumping on calls, trying to add value as, as far as marketing goes or trying to, help coordinate with other cogs that we may have on the deal, take it saying, okay, I'm just gonna raise my, I'm gonna commit to a million. And I raise 1.2 million. That's great. That's a good track record, but going beyond staying super organized throughout the whole deal, maybe GI giving recaps of what everybody's doing. [00:06:47] Brian Wagers: Try to find little value, add pieces and each part of the deal. So going above and beyond, I think was a main part there. And starting to kind of ma I was starting to manage some of the other co razors before I was doing that kind of staying ahead of our next steps. Hey, what do we need to get something on the calendar? [00:07:06] Brian Wagers: Where are we at? So I think just over delivering on those on that piece,  [00:07:11] Sam Wilson: that's cool. No, I love that. That's absolutely awesome. Tell me, you know what, as you look at the portfolio, I guess, do you still own that 500 unit portfolio? Is that still yours?  [00:07:21] Brian Wagers: So it dwindled down to around like, 250 - 300 units. [00:07:25] Brian Wagers: we're selling. So I just, we just sold 102 units today. I sold 54 units earlier this year. we did sell. 82 units, but we bought 72 more at the end of last year. so, it's right around, 250, 300, but we're looking at selling a lot of that. A lot of my personal portfolio is  [00:07:46] Sam Wilson: that because it's just, I mean, the market is just red hot and you can just get top dollar for it. [00:07:51] Sam Wilson: Is that kind of your thinking there? Or was there other things that, that are driving those decisions?  [00:07:57] Brian Wagers: Yeah there's several different factors, but that being, one of the main reasons, the market is super hot, where, more and more people are looking at our market of Northwest Arkansas two, we've implemented a lot of the value add business plan. [00:08:10] Brian Wagers: Some of these deals we've only held for two years, three years, but you know, we've got it to about where we wanna be. And if we can get those offers that we expected to have in five years and two years, Might as well, especially with me focusing on, these larger deals, it just gives me more equity to put back alongside of the, on, on these larger deals. [00:08:32] Brian Wagers: So it's a huge plus having that, I built up quite a bit of equity in these smaller deals too, place in, in the larger deals  [00:08:40] Sam Wilson: yeah, that's a great point is that you can recycle that back into your own opportunities. And, develop more the limited partner side of things. As you invest in your own opportunities than you could maybe on the active investor side. [00:08:53] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Yeah.  [00:08:54] Brian Wagers: So I'm investing as an LP in all our deals too, as well as, helping on the GP portion.  [00:08:59] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Oh, that's cool. And that certainly gives your investors a vote of confidence as. As they,  [00:09:05] Brian Wagers: yeah, it's definitely an extra, there's a lot of reassurances in multifamily, but I think, being able to invest alongside of your investors is super important to them. [00:09:13] Brian Wagers: But I wasn't always able to do that. I had to that's, one of the reasons I had to do those small and medium sized deals was to. Really help one, get my track record and prove the concept like I mentioned before, but, get that equity two, be able to invest with them. [00:09:28] Brian Wagers: Yeah,  [00:09:28] Sam Wilson: no, I think that's awesome. What are some challenges that you see in the capital raising space right now?  [00:09:36] Brian Wagers: I think, transparency is really important in communication. Making sure we're updating our investors, whether things go wrong or what not just when things are going right. [00:09:45] Brian Wagers: If things are slower than expected to let them know what's happening in the market, there's a lot of people are worried about where the market is headed, is it, too hot interest rate changes. So just keeping them updated with educational material on that, I think is important. [00:10:00] Brian Wagers: Making sure you explain your underwriting, I think. Investors are getting more and more sophisticated. So, it's important to show them your underwriting, your assumptions, and make it clear on, what the risks are and what the potential are.  [00:10:14] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. What, and let's talk about that, if if we're standing on shaky ground or who everybody's been calling for a recession. [00:10:22] Sam Wilson: Lord, who knows how many years? Five, seven years. But I mean, even, so there are some things changing. We continue, especially in the multi-family market to see cap rates compress, and now we're seeing rates go up. What are you guys doing in this environment to remain competitive?  [00:10:36] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So underwriting more deals is a big thing. [00:10:39] Brian Wagers: Getting in front of more deals, bringing on more boots on the ground partners that can find us deals that are local. I are finding more and more important that, , people local in the market are sometimes getting first looks at deals. So sometimes we'll bring on partners who find deals and their local market have relationships with commercial brokers. [00:10:58] Brian Wagers: And as far as the cap rates, you want to make sure you're underwriting for higher cap rates. That's huge. And the interest rate changes now, refinance events in year three. We definitely wanna make sure we're not. Keeping the same interest rate or a lower interest rate at what we're coming in at. [00:11:15] Brian Wagers: So we're making sure that interest rate is going up at year three. And we're also accounting for a higher cap rate at sale in year five.  [00:11:23] Sam Wilson: Yeah, no, that's that's absolutely important. What do you think this is? This is pure, just subjective questioning. We've seen rent rates and I mean, I own some multifamily properties and we've just seen rents, just, I mean, just up into the right. [00:11:39] Sam Wilson: All of us have, what are you guys doing on your underwriting side for rent growth? If any [00:11:44] Brian Wagers: Yeah, we're keeping it around 2%. We try to keep it around 2% annually, 3%, depending on the location, depending on the asset class. That can vary from C class to A class. So, so we are looking more and more at a CLA the way with cap rates compressing, we have started to look more and more at the, a class opportunities. [00:12:03] Brian Wagers: Now five years ago, I would tell you I'll never buy an a class. I'm a value add, C class to B class property buyer, but the way the market is, we're starting to shift that outlook. As far as. With the way the cap rates are going, but, definitely. And if it's a deep value add, obviously we can increase those rents quite a bit more than just a 2%, 3%. [00:12:25] Brian Wagers: But once sta once, upon stabilization, we're looking around 2% rent growth.  [00:12:30] Sam Wilson: Gotcha. No, that's really interesting. You say you're moving into a class. Can you gimme some really Insight into why you're finding more value or even potentially less risk in an, a class asset.  [00:12:41] Brian Wagers: Yeah. So the, a class stuff that we're looking at one, if you think about a class in general, you kind of think less headaches, it's a more, appealing investment to more institutional, equity that we are getting more and more of, they see it as a more safe. [00:12:58] Brian Wagers: Whereas the way that the housing market is going, it's becoming harder and harder to buy a house. And so for young professionals to really fork up, to buy a $400,500,000 house, they may see it better to ride it out and live in a nice, a class community with good amenities for a while before they can move into a permanent home. [00:13:19] Brian Wagers: So, the factors, the way the single family market. Less maintenance on the front end, so we can, you can underwrite for that. And more of a safe, longer ride, for some of our people are wanting to hold closer to the five year. Five  [00:13:33] Sam Wilson: year terms. Got it. No, that makes a lot of sense. [00:13:36] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Offsetting some of that risk by buying newer, nicer assets. Maybe you don't have the maintenance, but also like you said, is that your institutional players tend to like that space. So if you guys are looking for an exit and in three to five years, your buyer pool probably exists at a much a much larger buyer pool on those types of assets. [00:13:54] Sam Wilson: Yeah,  [00:13:54] Brian Wagers: exactly. Right. So you're always looking at who, what your exit plan is and who you're going to ultimately sell it to. So now we have a lot more capital chasing, multi-family real estate, a lot of these people in Covid that we're buying office space and retail space are now looking at multifamily. [00:14:10] Brian Wagers: A lot of these people that have. Their money in the stocks and the money in, other vehicles are more and more looking at, the real estate market. So I think that also helped offset some of its interest rates. We're seeing it's becoming a more liquid space, because like you said, you have a lot more exit buyers for your properties,  [00:14:28] Sam Wilson: right? [00:14:29] Sam Wilson: No, that's really cool. How do you overcome? I would think though, as you move into the, a class space, That your return profile just, get gets diminished. I mean, is that a fair assumption? Yeah, it's definitely  [00:14:42] Brian Wagers: fair. The A class developers, builders, they are looking for premiums. [00:14:46] Brian Wagers: So you really have to find, it's like, if it's an, a class, you have to find the value that you can add. So, hopefully we are, when we're buying a class we're trying to buy from the developers. So they've got it to 90% lease up. And they're just getting it leased up however they can. [00:15:02] Brian Wagers: So they're offering concessions, they may be putting a little bit higher expenses in, they just wanna get that property leased up. So we're then able to get some of those expenses down a little bit. And start pushing the rents up to more market rents versus to the rents that they were just to get people in the door to where they can eventually exit. [00:15:20] Brian Wagers: So finding that value in that space is really important, cuz not every a class is an opportunity, but we definitely like to buy. From the developers from, for that reason,  [00:15:30] Sam Wilson: right? No, that's an interesting strategy. Not one I hear a lot about, but I think it has a lot of merit in that, like you said, you can improve their operations, decrease expenses, bring rents up to market. [00:15:42] Sam Wilson: And yet at the same time, you're not having the risk of being the developer, getting the project done. So it's kind of like a, it's a nice hybrid approach to development in its own. Exactly.  [00:15:51] Brian Wagers: You just have to be upfront with your investors, they just, and if they're buying into an opportunity like that, the cash flow is going to be low, especially on the front end. [00:16:00] Brian Wagers: Right. But that's what you get when you are buying those kind of opportunities. Right.  [00:16:04] Sam Wilson: Right. And as long as everybody understands the rules of the game, then that is what it is. So I think that's really cool. Brian, thank you for taking the time to jump on today and really tell us. [00:16:13] Sam Wilson: The the nuances of transitioning from owning 500, your own units to then just joining a team, it's kind of like that idea of McDonald's it's like, do you wanna own a hundred percent of your own deal or 1% of McDonald's? Well, I'll take 1% of McDonald's all day long. So I love the the idea for you, joining a bigger team and just owning the smaller piece of a bigger pie. [00:16:33] Sam Wilson: I think that's really cool and love just how you've. Brought value to that team and shared the way that you've done that in order to make this all work. So, thanks again, for sharing your insight today, do appreciate it. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you and learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:16:49] Brian Wagers: Yeah, just you can email me, Brian@elevatecig.com. I'm on Facebook, Instagram LinkedIn message me on one of those. If you're active in the space too, just Brian Wagers. Awesome,  [00:17:00] Track 1: Brian,  [00:17:01] Sam Wilson: we'll be sure to include that all in the show notes. And certainly thank you again for coming on.  [00:17:05] Brian Wagers: Yeah, absolutely. [00:17:06] Brian Wagers: Sam, thanks for having me. Sorry about the background noise today. Hey  [00:17:09] Sam Wilson: man, no sweat at all. Appreciate it. 

    Radio Boston
    More Massachusetts towns are pursuing municipal internet projects

    Radio Boston

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 18:26


    In some Massachusetts towns, fewer than 50% of households have access to high-quality internet.

    Unsugarcoated with Aalia and Alex
    E82 DIY Queen & Single Mom Summer Azul Hammers to Inspire

    Unsugarcoated with Aalia and Alex

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 46:18


    In Episode 82, we are joined by the DIY Queen Summer Azul. Today Summer talks about the benefits of being self-sustainable villages in areas such as growing our own food and building our own homes! During the global pandemic, Summer established “My Super Quarantine Life”, a platform for creative sustainable education through fun music videos! Aalia discusses being a successful single mother as well as a successful entrepreneur. Summer reveals her message that healthy food does not have to mean distasteful food and drops some gems about how to maintain a healthy lifestyle while having a good time! Like, comment, and subscribe! Stay connected with your host on IG: @aalia_unsugarcoated Stay connected to our guest: @iamsummerazulUNSUGARCOATED Media is a 501c3 media enterprise, using podcasts, print publications, short documentaries, and more to tell stories of empowerment in the face of adversity and trauma. For more information on our goals, content, and sponsorship opportunities, please visit our website.

    Jacobs: If/When
    Corporate/Academic Partnerships: A Well-Rounded Education

    Jacobs: If/When

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 26:55


    A disruptor, educator, and transformer obsessed with human centered design, Jacobs Director, Technology & Innovation Timothy Berendt is experienced in corporate innovation, business development and strategic investments. At Jacobs, Tim is responsible for the incubation and acceleration of multiple projects including sourcing innovation and technology organizations. In his current role, he also co-led Jacobs' first Corporate Venture Capital arm and partnership strategy, structure, and processes. Tim is also a professor at Massachusetts Art College of Art & Design where he teaches entrepreneurship, human centered design, and other innovative sciences in the Master of Design: Design Innovation program.  Previous to joining Jacobs, Tim was the Head of Business Development for Aifred Health, focused on utilizing artificial intelligence to assist in clinical decision support in mental healthcare, starting with depression. Tim led Aifred's strategy, deployment and growth efforts, specifically in the United States. Aifred finished #1 in North America and #2 in the World in IBM's Global AI X-Prize and was recently highlighted in CB Insights State of Healthcare Report.Shreya Mallamula is a rising senior studying Computer Science at Virginia Tech University. Over the past semester she has had the privilege of serving as the Project Manager for the school's technical partnership with Jacobs Engineering. During the summer of 2022, she is continuing her involvement with the Consulting Group as the Director of Projects, looking for new companies/initiatives to connect with, while also working as a Cloud Engineering Consultant for Amazon AWS. Outside of the Consulting Group, she is involved with a number of Women in STEM initiatives on campus, and she also loves dancing, cooking and hanging out with her friends.Dawson Racek is a senior at Virginia Tech studying Corporate Finance and Management with a concentration in Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Technology. He has interned at Jacobs for over a year on the Innovation and Investor Relations teams, helping with the company's Venture Capital efforts. He is now working at RingCentral, helping to invest into UCaaS solutions. 

    Future of StoryTelling
    Third Rail Projects

    Future of StoryTelling

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:46


    To learn more, visit https://www.futureofstorytelling.org/story/third-rail-ep-66--© 2022 Future of StoryTelling, Corp.Produced by Future of StoryTelling, Corp.124 West 13th StreetNew York, NY 10011Founder and CEO, Charles MelcherExecutive Producer, Carolyn MerrimanProducer, Sarah Vitakin collaboration with Charts & LeisureFounder, Jason OberholtzerExecutive Producer, Mike RugnettaEditor, Garrett Crowe Mix and Music, Michael SimonelliWith special thanks to Stephen Smith, Marina Kay, Fred Kolouch, Bonnie Eldon, Shannon Fanuko, Meghal Janardan, and Megan Worman.

    Paradise Projects with Alex Kentucky
    Paradise Projects 207

    Paradise Projects with Alex Kentucky

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 60:23


    Paradise-Projects tours you around the planet of good music! Join us on our voyage of sound and emotions! Come and feel the Paradise... Paradise Projects 207 01. MARC BRAUNER & TENDER GAMES - Concrete Jungle 02. VITTES - Cockpit 03. LP GIOBBI - All In A Dream feat. DJ Tennis & Joseph Ashworth 04. ANORAAK - Bye Now 05. YALOWN - Broken Love (Elektromekanik Remix) 06. BLACK SPACE feat. Yann Menge - Shadow 07. MR.B - Let Me Go, Let Me Stay (Sumsuch Remix) 08. ALEXANDER BOLLINGER - Tonight 09. THEMBA (SA), Nico De Andrea, Tasan - Disappear 10. LEGRONI, SEASOUL - Fairy Tale 11. COLDPLAY - Viva La Vida (Gaba Oliveira & Vandelor Edit) Thanks to all the labels and artist for their music. All tracks selected and mixed by Alex Kentucky www.alexkentucky.com Encoded by MUSICZONE PODCAST SERVICES

    Rail Group On Air
    Rail Group On Air: 2022 RT&S Top Projects, Part 1

    Rail Group On Air

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 19:57


    RT&S Media Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson talks to the builder behind the Mid-Coast Corridor Projects in San Diego, Calif., which earned a spot on the 2022 RT&S Top Projects list.

    Financial Survival Network
    Tier One Silver Begins 2022 Work at its High-Grade Silver Projects with CEO Peter Dembicki

    Financial Survival Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 17:31


    We were joined by Tier One Silver's CEO/President Peter Dembicki and SVP of Exploration Christian Rios for a sponsor update. The company is resuming its exploration program as the Peruvian rainy season has ended. The Phase one results at the Curibaya project were quite impressive. CEO Dembicki observed that, “… the company is at the start of a major silver discovery.” The company hit bonanza and high-grade silver in a number of drill holes. Exciting as these discoveries were, there's every indication that a large copper porphyry deposit is lurking. To aid its efforts, the company brought in two world-class consultants to review the drill results and set the course for Phase two of the program. SVP Rios has laid out a strategy of doing more surface sampling to better develop future drill targets.   The company is also moving forward with its Hurricane Silver project and will be conducting geochemical and geophysical surveys at the Magdalena target area, where five mineralized vein corridors were identified with recent channel sampling results including 6 m of 239 g/t Ag, 1.21% Cu, 0.34% Pb, 0.15% Zn and 1 m of 605 g/t Ag, 0.26% Cu, 5.79% Pb, 0.21% Zn. A social access agreement was recently obtained here. It's hard to believe that Tier One was formed a little more than a year ago. The results to date have been impressive, but the company is picking up the pace and more positive news is expected. Fresh from a C$6 million capital raise, the company is well-funded. It's noteworthy that even in the depressed junior sector, investors enthusiastically ponied up additional funds to advance the company. With a world-class team and the proven ability to get the job done, Tier One's future looks bright, and we're among the company's shareholders looking for a large return from our patience. Company Website: www.TierOneSilver.com   Ticker Symbols: OTCQB: TSLVF — TSX-V: TSLV

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles
    €30m Investment into “Important” Cork Renewable Gas Facility

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 4:15


    Gas Networks Ireland has announced the construction of Ireland's first large-scale renewable gas injection facility, starting in summer 2023. Gas Networks Ireland CEO Cathal Marley is due to outline the Green Renewable Agricultural Zero Emissions (GRAZE) renewable gas project, which involves the construction of a central grid injection (CGI) facility in Mitchelstown, county Cork. The CGI facility will process biomethane, a renewable gas made of farm and food waste, from up to 20 local farm producers. Using a process called anaerobic digestion, the waste will be converted into a gas that is fully compatible with existing Irish gas networks, vehicles, and other technologies. Mr Marley said: “Ireland's national gas network must be repurposed to transport renewable biomethane and hydrogen at scale. Gas Networks Ireland is uniquely placed to deliver the necessary change, and with projects such as GRAZE, we're already working hard to help deliver Ireland's sustainable energy future.” This biomethane could be used in industry, transport, home heating, and power generation, with a plethora of other potential. As biomethane is carbon neutral, it can significantly reduce emissions when replacing other forms of natural gas. Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan TD, said: “This project shows how we can diversify our gas supplies, by speeding up the roll-out of renewable gases like biomethane. Projects such as this will reduce our reliance on imported fossil fuels, which is especially important now in the context of the war in Ukraine. “The Government's National Energy Security Framework, which sets out how Ireland is prepared to deal with potential shocks to our energy system, has highlighted the need for alternatives to natural gas, such as biomethane and hydrogen, to be developed to enhance Ireland's security of supply and provide additional diversification for Ireland's energy mix”, he added. This process can also help support net-zero goals in the Irish agri-food sector. The agriculture-heavy Golden Vale area surrounding Mitchelstown is an ideal place to begin this project. Mr Ryan said: “A domestic biomethane industry would not only support the decarbonisation of the agricultural sector, but it would also provide significant opportunities for rural communities and facilitate sustainable circular economies, with businesses powering their operations via renewable gas made from their own waste.” “It will contribute to our broader climate goals – of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 51% by 2030 and reaching net zero emissions by 2050”, added Mr Ryan. At a maximum capacity, the facility will be able to meet the energy requirements of up to 64,000 homes. Mr Marley said that the rollout of biomethane energy would lead to “up to 6,500 jobs” being created, primarily in rural parts of Ireland. GNI is also currently in the process of advancing plans to add hydrogen to its network in the future. While the Irish gas network currently has no hydrogen, it is believed blends of up to 20% hydrogen could be transported along existing gas lines. It is hoped that by 2040 Ireland could be connected to the new European Hydrogen Backbone (EHB) network. If successful, the GRAZE project could be replicated in other locations around Ireland. The project is supported by the Climate Action Fund, which has given it more than €8.4 million in funding as part of the Government's National Energy Security Framework. The Climate Action Plan has set a target of around 3% of Ireland's gas usage to be replaced by biomethane before 2030. The EU Green Deal has pointed out biomethane as a valuable tool in decarbonising European agriculture and energy, with Ireland highlighted as having the highest biomethane production potential per capita in Europe due to its large agricultural sector.

    NFT Alpha Podcast
    Recovering from NFT NYC: Projects to Keep An Eye On

    NFT Alpha Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 28:11


    In this show, Pio and Michah G talk about who the winning NFT projects are coming out of NFT NYC like Bored Ape Yacht Club/Otherside, and what projects could potentially see upside here in this bear market. We a saw strong performance in New York from Doodles, 10KTF, Goblintown, Cool Cats, and more Buy our NFT Sign up for FTX Join our discord Check out our Twitter Give us your thoughts on the show by leaving a rating. -- DISCLAIMER: You should never treat any opinion expressed by the hosts of this content as a recommendation to make a particular investment, or to follow a particular strategy. The thoughts and commentary on this show are an expression of the hosts' opinions and are for entertainment and informational purposes only. This show is never financial advice.

    Charlotte Talks
    Muggsy Bogues on his new book, career with the Hornets and more

    Charlotte Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 49:32


    Muggsy Bogues discusses his new book “Muggsy: My Life from a Kid in the Projects to the Godfather of Small Ball.” We discuss the early days of the Charlotte Hornets and his impact as the smallest player in modern NBA history.

    Sleep and Relax ASMR
    Koalas and College Projects (ASMR Ramble)

    Sleep and Relax ASMR

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 29:45


    On today's episode I ramble about koalas and how cute they are, college projects, and other silly unrelated topics during this ASMR Ramble. Enjoy! --- Buy us a coffee! buymeacoff.ee/sI5ZB4N --- SHOW PARTNERS: Jupiter Organic CBD Get 10% off your order of Jupiter CBD by visiting GetJupiter.com and using code ASMR at checkout https://www.getjupiter.com/share/asmr BetterHelp https://TryBetterHelp.com/Relax 10% off exclusive offer to Sleep and Relax ASMR listeners. BetterHelp is the largest online counseling platform worldwide. They offer convenient, discreet and affordable access to a licensed therapist. Available worldwide. Magic Mind Get 20% off your first Magic Mind order at www.MagicMind.co/ASMR --- DOWNLOAD: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sleep-and-relax-asmr/id1133320064 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sleepandrelaxasmr Radio Public: https://radiopublic.com/sleep-and-relax-asmr-6pAPm8 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4VvI482AIUgKZGfOWqjuyw Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/sleep-and-relax-asmr Castbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/id356618 TuneIn Radio: http://tunein.com/radio/Sleep-and-Relax-ASMR-p899136/ Pobean: https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/tvjti-4fcb7/Sleep-and-Relax-ASMR-Podcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sleepandrelaxasmr/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sleepandrelaxasmr/support

    #StoriesByScrimba Podcast
    Do the Projects You Find Fun and Take Time To Process Rejection: Actor-Turned-Developer Ollie Church

    #StoriesByScrimba Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 43:05


    Morning Woodward Show
    Morning Woodward Show | Tuesday, June 28th, 2022

    Morning Woodward Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 119:15


    Adham Beydoun explains why the Detroit Pistons SHOULDN'T go after Kevin Durant, hands out his post NBA Draft Grades for the Detroit Pistons, Projects the Top 5 Play-Callers in the NFC this season and discusses the timeline for success for the Detroit Red Wings.#NBADraft #DetroitPistons #WoodwardSports #RedWings #Pistons 00:00 Kevin Durant to Detroit?15:00 Grading the Pistons Selection of Jaden Ivey32:00 Déjà vu? Lions and Pistons had VERY Similar Drafts46:00 Projecting the Top 5 Offensive Play Callers in NFC1:00:00 Anthony Colombo Interview1:18:00 Timeline for the Red Wings to be Competing for a Stanley Cup?1:29:00 Sam Flannel on Pistons Draft, Doubles Down on D-Mac Comments1:42:00 Spencer's Expectations for Ivey in Rookie Season1:50:00 MailbagWatch Our Shows Live on YouTube 7 Days a Week!Morning Woodward Show | Monday-Friday 8am-10am Big D Energy | Monday-Friday 11am-1pmThe Bottom Line | Monday-Friday 2pm-4pmWoodward Bets | Monday-Friday 6pm-7pm & Saturday-Sunday 9am-10amFollow The Woodward Sports Network!Twitter: https://twitter.com/woodwardsportsTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@woodwardsport...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/woodwardspo...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WoodwardSports/Download Our App for Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/wsn-liv...Download Our App for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...

    Speaking Educationally
    Leading Equity Founder Dr. Eakins talks about Where We are Now and his latest projects!

    Speaking Educationally

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 56:46


    Founder of the Leading Equity Center and Host of the Leading Equity Podcast Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. is the Founder of the Leading Equity Center and host of the Leading Equity Podcast. He is also the author of Leading Equity: Becoming an Advocate for All Students. With over 11 years in education, he has served as a teacher, principal, and Director of Special Education. Dr. Eakins has a passion for helping educators accomplish equitable practices in their schools. He has earned a B.S. degree in Social Science Education, an M.S. degree in Educational Leadership, and a Ph.D. in K-12 Education. sheldon@leadingequitycenter.com Cell: 318-730-8204 IG: @sheldoneakins Twitter: @sheldoneakins Website: www.leadingequitycenter.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakingeducationally/message

    Citadel Dispatch
    Bitcoin.Review with NVK - A Review of Updates to Popular Bitcoin Projects

    Citadel Dispatch

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 100:00


    NVK is starting a new show focused on covering updates to popular bitcoin projects. I joined him for the first episode, figured some of you may find it helpful. https://bitcoin.review support the show: https://citadeldispatch.com/contribute twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos podcast: https://www.podpage.com/citadeldispatch telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch stream sats to the show: https://www.fountain.fm/ join the chat: https://matrix.to/#/#citadel:bitcoin.kyoto

    6 Figure Home Studio: A Home Recording Business Podcast
    #206: Stuck With Low $$$ Projects? Here's How To Level Up To $50,000 Projects | With Ryan Koral

    6 Figure Home Studio: A Home Recording Business Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 70:20


    The dark side of freelancing (that no one wants to discuss) is the wasteland of low-dollar "Fiverr Freelancers" charging bottom-dollar rates for "butt-in-seat" projects. Whether you're on Fiverr or not, you may still be trapped in this low-dollar wasteland that is essentially just another soulless day job you've created for yourself. These projects tend to be unfulfilling and draining, and you end up in a horrible financial place. This is what so many newbies and struggling creatives do, and many never make it out of this trap. I know this might sound painfully obvious, but you can't build a sustainable freelance business out of low-dollar, unfulfilling work where you're competing with hundreds (or thousands) of copycat competitors willing to work longer hours for less money than you. This is why I wanted to bring on Ryan Koral from Tell Studios to talk about how he successfully transitioned from $500 projects to regular $50,000 projects, eventually scaling his freelance business to over $1,000,000 per year. Ryan shared a ton of incredible info, including one of my new favorite strategies for closing high-dollar projects, so do not skip this week's interview. In this episode you'll discover: Why Ryan pivoted from a full-time job earning $23,000/year to a becoming a full time freelancer How "yes mode" affects the start of your business Why you don't hire significant others for your business Dealing with employees who don't have the right expectation The benefits of delegating tasks to others Why your employees aren't the idiots you think they are Your value vs. how your clients value your work How to sell a low $$$ workshop that leads to a $50k project (with a 100% success rate).  For full show notes, visit https://6figurecreative.com/206

    Half-Finished to Done Podcast with Cristina Roman, Life Coach for Procrastinating Business Owners

    Do you keep pushing your most hard and daunting projects to the back burner? Although this is a common reaction to challenging projects, it's a habit you can change. This is exactly why I decided to relaunch this podcast after a two-year hiatus. I am not doing this podcast because it's easy for me. I'm doing it precisely because it's hard, and I want to be an example of doing hard shit. Through this experience, I'm proving that even the most daunting projects can be done with the right strategies. Here's how I've been practicing taking something seemingly insurmountable and tackling it with ease. What's inside this episode: Why I decided to relaunch this podcast after a two-year hiatus 6 strategies to help you complete your hardest and most daunting projects What you can look forward to in future episodes of this podcast   LET'S GET SOCIAL — Cristina Roman, Life Coach for Procrastinating Business Owners Instagram: @piquecoaching Facebook: @piquecoaching TikTok: @piquecoaching Email: hello@piquecoaching.co Website: https://www.piquecoaching.co

    THE INTENTIONAL EDIT PODCAST - Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!
    Episode 67 - Organizing with Kids - Home Decluttering & Organizing Projects that You Can Do With Your Kiddos

    THE INTENTIONAL EDIT PODCAST - Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 10:31


    Decluttering and home organizing can be a team effort when you get the kids involved.  In episode 67 of The Intentional Edit Podcast learn what organizing and decluttering projects to tackle with the kids and what ones are better to do on your own.  The entire family can contribute for an organized and simplified home.     Make sure you subscribe so that you never miss an episode of The Intentional Edit Podcast.  If you are struggling with daily tasks, clutter, organization, and finding any sort of work/life balance, The Intentional Edit Podcast is for you.  It's time to stop the chaos and create a life you love by implementing systems that put an end to the overwhelming, unorganized parts of life and finally, bring simplicity to your life and home. Now is the time to say goodbye to overwhelm, get organized and create systems so that you can live your best life at home and beyond.  Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!   Ask Your Question for a Future Tip Tuesday Episode – www.intentionaledit.com & Click the RECORD NOW Button! Everything is here – www.intentionaledit.com 1:1 coaching with Lauren – A custom plan just for you!  Topics include decluttering, organizing, time management, home routines & systems, daily/weekly schedules and more. https://www.intentionaledit.com/coaching/ Connect with Lauren @intentionaledit on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and TikTok Join the NEW Facebook group for The Intentional Edit Podcast Listeners – Declutter, Organize & Create Systems to Simplify Your Home & Life  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1812445665608486

    The Mother Like a Boss Podcast
    The power of completing micro projects

    The Mother Like a Boss Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 25:43


    At any given time, I have a lengthy list of projects I want to complete, from business to personal to home and more. It's never ending, because when I check one off, another one pops up in its place. As a mom living a full life, finish micro projects has been my savior. It keeps me on task and helps me finish more projects without becoming overwhelmed. In this episode, I'll show you how to break your small projects down into manageable, bite size pieces and get more done.

    Deviate with Rolf Potts
    Refuse to be Done: The art of creative persistence for long-haul projects

    Deviate with Rolf Potts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 61:03


    “The noun part of "writer" seems to require outside validation, but the verb part of it -- "writing" -- is something you're either doing or you're not.”  –Matt Bell In this episode of Deviate, Rolf and Matt talk about the importance of creative persistence and obsession (1:45); the importance of maintaining creative discipline and keeping concrete track of your progress (8:00); "swooper" versus "basher" writers, and approaches to revision (14:00); the importance of place to narrative, and its role in research (21:15); how point-of-view affects a narrative (30:00); the important of "inciting incidents" and other techniques of narrative structure (38:00); strategies for getting "unstuck" in a narrative (42:30); and counterintuitive strategies for revising a creative work (52:00). Novelist Matt Bell (@mdbell79) is the author of several books, including, most recently, Refuse to Be Done: How to Write and Rewrite a Novel in Three Drafts. Notable Links: National Novel Writing Month (creative writing event) Lauren Groff (novelist) IKEA (ready-to-assemble furniture) Anne Lamott (author) Kurt Vonnegut (author) Iceberg theory (writing technique) Appleseed (novel by Matt Bell) Scandinavian noir (genre of crime fiction) William Inge (playwright) Orpheus and Eurydice (Greek legend) Point of view (narrative mode) Graham Greene (novelist and travel writer) Poetics (work of dramatic theory by Aristotle) Amy Tan (author) The Deviate theme music comes from the title track of Cedar Van Tassel's 2017 album Lumber. Note: We don't host a “comments” section, but we're happy to hear your questions and insights via email, at deviate@rolfpotts.com.

    The Lucky Trader Podcast: NFT Interviews, Exclusives, & Info
    Looking Ahead to This Week's Projects

    The Lucky Trader Podcast: NFT Interviews, Exclusives, & Info

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 67:42


    Lou and Tyler look ahead to this week's upcoming NFT projects. NFT NYC is over, and people need new guidance on what to buy. The Possessed has been hyped for a little while, is it still a good project to buy into? Moonrunners had a strong weekend, what other projects are holding strong?

    Hearing Architecture
    Peter Edwards - Unbuilt Projects

    Hearing Architecture

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 68:25


    Our guest in this episode is Peter Edwards from Archipelago Architects based in Queensland. Peter is a registered architect and director of Archipelago Architects, a practice that works across all scales from city-making through to small multi-residential projects. Philip shares his thoughts on the unrealised potential of unbuilt projects, how the new city of Brisbane interfaces with country and its indigenous culture, and how people design differently with regards to reformed legislation, such as liquor licence changes, or destroyed buildings, such as Notre Dame, and they're forced to look at existing conditions differently. This interview is conducted by Bridie O'Toole who is an EmAGN representative based in Queensland.

    NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
    228. We don't need MORE NFT projects we need more NFT projects that do this!

    NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 20:52


    Why do most communities fail when scaling? What are they doing wrong that successful projects are getting right? In a time when everyone is looking to create their own projects, is the better play to bring your talents to Web3 and work across multiple projects?  In this episode, we discuss answers to these questions and more! We talk through connecting the dots for new community members and making sure they feel welcome when joining your project. Pressing the Damn Button and putting your project out there is a lot tougher than most think. There are A LOT of components of entrepreneurship one needs to launch a project and even more involved with building a community from scratch in Web3.  Having empathy for your holders, asking for feedback, and then listening when that feedback is provided are basic steps to ensuring your community feels heard. Failing to implement these steps not only limits the scalability of your project but could severely impact your overall success of in the Web3 space. As always: DO YOU OWN DAMN RESEARCH and we hope you enjoy coming on this Mint 365 journey as we buy an NFT every day for 365 days: https://www.nft365podcast.com/mint365 The 1st DAILY Podcast buying an NFT mint every day for a year! SuperPOWERED $ADHD Creator Coins on Rally.IO  The NFT365 Podcast is Hosted by digital futurist Brian Fanzo.  ------- Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast

    Transforming Nonprofits
    Fireside Chat: Change Management in Nonprofit IT Projects

    Transforming Nonprofits

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 13:05


    Guest Debbie Cameron, Build Consultant's newest Partner, and Build Consulting's Kyle Haines had an informal discussion on what the upcoming few years will probably bring to the nonprofit IT ecosystem, changes to expect and the value of change management in nonprofit IT projects. Their conversation also touches on the importance of planning for 3-5 years out instead of trying to plan for 10 years out when making a software selection, how best-of-breed models allow greater flexibility to pivot but require greater emphasis on keeping clean export-able data, and observes that being the planner and cheerleader for nonprofit tech projects complements being the planner and cheerleader of an active family. Debbie led the development of Build Consulting's change management practice before joining the leadership team. Prior to joining Build Consulting, Debbie led the multi-year constituent relationship management transformation at the World Wildlife Fund that brought together diverse stakeholders ranging from data scientists to relationship managers. Debbie began her career at Anderson Consulting in the Enterprise Technology practice and then worked for Bearingpoint as an Engagement Manager in the State, Local and Education practice. She is a graduate of Virginia Tech. Our Fireside Chats are designed for audiences with varied experiences with technology. In this Fireside Chat learn more about the value of change management in nonprofit IT tech projects and the leadership role Debbie Cameron will take on as she joins the team of Partners at Build Consulting.

    Daily 5 Minute Headlines
    US Aims To Raise $200 Billion To Fund Global Infrastructure Projects & More

    Daily 5 Minute Headlines

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    Listen to the June 27th, 2022 daily headline round-up and find all the top news that you need to know.

    FedSoc Events
    The Return of Supplemental Environmental Projects

    FedSoc Events

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 59:56


    On May 5, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a new "Comprehensive Environmental Justice Strategy." One piece of this new strategy was an Interim Final Rule reintroducing the use of Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs) in environmental enforcement action settlements.As defined by the Biden administration, SEPs are "local projects that defendants can agree to undertake as part of an enforcement case settlement to help rectify environmental violations." These projects were outlawed under the Trump DOJ due to concerns that their use expands DOJ discretionary authority beyond its statutory limits. The Biden administration, however, argues that "SEPs help to fulfill the goals of the underlying statutes being enforced and can provide important environmental and public health benefits to communities that have been harmed by environmental violations."Join us at 12:00 PM ET on June 15 for a virtual discussion on the return of SEPs featuring three DOJ veterans with a range of views on the issue.Featuring:Michael Buschbacher, Counsel, Boyden Gray & Associates PLLCJustin Savage, Global Co-Lead, Environmental Team, Sidley Austin LLP[Moderator] Annie Donaldson Talley, Partner, Luther Strange and AssociatesVisit our website – www.RegProject.org – to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
    Opportunities in Self Storage

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 16:12


    For 12 years Andrew Leedom has been working successfully with his W2 job as a Structural Engineer, being a father, and finding he transitioned into commercial real estate specifically in self-storage.  Highlights: [00:00 - 04:19] Transitioning from a Structural Engineer to an Investor in Real Estate Andrew Leedom is a husband and father to four kids.  He transitioned from his structural engineering to investing in commercial real estate, focusing specifically on self-storage.   [04:19 - 08:33] Self Storage: A Hot Asset Class The self-storage market is hot and there are opportunities to invest in this sector. Self-storage is a good investment option because it is a hot asset class and the market is consolidating quickly. It is important to make deals that are profitable and have long-term potential.   [08:34 - 13:06] Trying to Focus on  Projects that are Already Available Conversion of a 60,000 square foot warehouse to indoor vehicle storage Looking at deals where the market isn't oversaturated and there's still some demand Underwriting for an indoor vehicle storage facility Andrew shares about doing a feasibility study specifically on boat and RV storage He expects  to start leasing within a month [13:06 - 16:11] Closing Segment Reach out to Andrew  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “Going to the dealership Just making sure they know what we are doing and that we're here, that could assist them in selling the vehicles.  If their customers know they've got a place to put them”  - Andrew Leedom ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Andrew Leedom on LinkedIn  or visit their website at: Self Storage Stewardship Connect with me:   Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Andrew Leedom: a lot of it will be word of mouth going to the dealerships and getting in touch with the folks that are selling the vehicles. Same thing with the RVs going to the RV dealers and just making sure they know that what we're doing and that we're here and, that could assist them in selling the vehicles. If their customers know they've got a place to put 'em.  [00:00:31 ] Sam Wilson: Andrew Leham is a husband and father to four kids. He transitioned from his structural engineering w two to invest in commercial real estate, focusing specifically on self-storage. Andrew, welcome to the show.  [00:00:41] Andrew Leedom: Thank you for having me, Sam. I'm glad to be here.  [00:00:45] Sam Wilson: Hey man, pleasure's mine. There's three questions.I ask every ghost. She comes in the show 90 seconds or less. Where did you start? Where are you now? How did you  [00:00:50] Andrew Leedom: get there? Well, where I started, I studied to be a structural engineer and did that for 12 years and transitioned to the commercial space about a year and a half ago. And currently investing in self storage and working with a. [00:01:05] Andrew Leedom: A group doing multi-family self storage, some hotel conversion stuff, but I'm focused on the self storage part of that.  [00:01:11] Sam Wilson: Interesting. So you were a structural engineer for 12 years? Yes. What were you doing as a structural  [00:01:18] Andrew Leedom: engineer? I got to see a little bit of everything. I did started my career off in the inspection world, doing some bridge inspections and transitioned to building design and then to waterfront design. [00:01:29] Andrew Leedom: So designing bridges, designing peers and waterfront structures doing some work for the shipyard port of Virginia doing some my, my latest job. I got to do some underwater inspecting, which was, A lot less glamorous than it sounds  [00:01:44] Sam Wilson: right. I mean, you're like decked out in scuba gear doing other water inspections. [00:01:48] Sam Wilson: Oh, my word. Yes. That's that's wild. When you look at the difficulties of the projects you were designing and building and inspecting, and then compare it to self storage. Do you feel like you, you now it's much easier or is it just different.  [00:02:05] Andrew Leedom: It's it's different, but you know, one thing that, that led me to pursue self storage when I was determining kind of between the various asset classes was the It's not an easy business, but it's a simple business. [00:02:19] Andrew Leedom: So the simplicity was very appealing. Both the structure as well as the business. I mean, the structure you're for drive up units, you've got a concrete slab and steel building. And not a lot of moving parts. So I appreciate that.  [00:02:34] Sam Wilson: I bet you do. Yeah, I would think from a construction perspective, you're like, okay, this is really easy compared to say a bridge over an enormous river. [00:02:46] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Yes. That That is really cool. So you made a point there where you said some of the effect of, when you were, assessing the various asset classes. Trying to figure out which one maybe you wanted to pursue. What was that process like  [00:02:58] Andrew Leedom: for you? I started off my investing career back in 2015 in the residential multifamily, a few duplexes Plex and through the years, saw that, real estate really is, there's nothing like it's it was doing. [00:03:12] Andrew Leedom: What I thought it would and growing but the time it was gonna take was gonna be a lot longer than I like. And so that was kind of what got me set on the commercial space. And I started just as a passive investor and some multi-family syndications and and then made the decision with my wife, that we were gonna make the commercial thing work. [00:03:31] Andrew Leedom: And so the start of that was just evaluating. Various various asset classes and really came down to three. It was multifamily mobile home parks and self storage. And so I just broke those down. I really like all three of those asset classes. I think they've all got a lot going for 'em recession resistant. [00:03:50] Andrew Leedom: Multifamily is the bread and butter it's, the everything's built on that. When I was looking at where I was with my W2 and just trying to figure out something that I could build and get my foot in while working a full-time job. I thought the multi-family space just with all the institutional money and the. [00:04:11] Andrew Leedom: How hot the space was gonna be a lot more difficult than the other ones and same thing with mobile home park, what led me, I, I really like that asset class. It really serves That affordable income and especially when you can own the ground and and lease the space. [00:04:29] Andrew Leedom: But really in that space, similarly, they're building and developing fewer and it's most municipalities aren't allowing 'em. And so. I just saw the competition growing and growing in that space as well. And so self storage was kind of where I landed, both what I mentioned earlier, just with the simplicity of the business model and the ability to really set up a business, to run remotely. [00:04:50] Andrew Leedom: So you're not as stuck in the location and with the self storage it's still several years behind multifamily in, in that the market is consolidating rather quickly. , it's definitely been the buzzword the past probably four to five years and is a hot market. [00:05:09] Andrew Leedom: But there's still a lot of potential right now, currently the market there, it's still over 50% mom and pop. And so there's that opportunity to have direct to owner contact conversations and really pick up opportunities direct from those mom and pop. Owners. And so that's where I felt like I could get my foot in the door and, focus more on the secondary tertiary markets and and get started. [00:05:34] Sam Wilson: Got it. That's that's really cool. Tell me at what point in time did you know you could transition from your W2 and what steps maybe would you recommend to somebody else thinking about that.  [00:05:44] Andrew Leedom: Yeah. I the the W2 transition was was actually a mix. I closed on my. My first two properties last year, and both of them were from, mom and pop operators and really kind of run into the ground. [00:05:57] Andrew Leedom: Very low occupancy needed a lot of capital improvements. So I knew purchasing those. It was gonna take a while before the cash flow caught up to where I would be able to step away from my W2 job. Right. And so the plan was just to, to run them until we hit. Hit that break even point and be able to step away and, try to scale. [00:06:18] Andrew Leedom: But fortunately com I mentioned earlier community investment group, who I had invested in as a passive investor and they're local to me. And I've really grown to be friends with a lot of the guys in that group. And they knew what I was doing and. Had kept them up to date. [00:06:34] Andrew Leedom: And and so once I got to that point they offered me a position with their team and just said, well, why don't you just come and join us and start our self storage division? So you don't have to wait until. Wait until your cash flow catches up to where you need it to be. So you can take the jump and start doing this stuff full time. [00:06:52] Sam Wilson: That's cool. So you went, you, I mean you, so you're still a w two or did you go in as a partner? How did you  [00:06:57] Andrew Leedom: arrange that? Yeah, it's right now I'm a 10 99, but also have some partnership on the deals. . Hi little girl. [00:07:05] Andrew Leedom: What are you talking about? I am talking about self storage. Can I come see you after I'm done? All right. Bye. Bye.  [00:07:11] Sam Wilson: You know, Andrew, I think we might leave that in. That's that one that's super cute. And two, the reality of, what it takes to business, right. I mean that's right. [00:07:23] Sam Wilson: A lot the stuff from home there's kids in the background, there is transition there's just everyday life. So that's really cool. I love that. Fantastic. That's right. So you went to work with them, 10 99 you said, Hey, , we're gonna start taking down properties. Talk to me like what opportunities are you seeing right now in the market? [00:07:43] Sam Wilson: Self storage, like you said, it's a hot asset class. How are you guys finding opportunity?  [00:07:47] Andrew Leedom: Yeah, really the market right now listed properties are just going for insane values and cap rates. [00:07:58] Andrew Leedom: And, , a few of the properties I've looked at recently are just these buildings, whether they're conversions or new development that go up and with where the market is, the developers are basically just listing these empty buildings and selling them for year three, year four performer numbers. [00:08:18] Andrew Leedom: Right. And so , when you're competing with that, it really takes making, creating deals. Either with trying to make those connections with owners directly we're still gearing up our acquisitions team and trying to accelerate. Build that out to focus just because we've been trying to focus on the projects we've already got in house. [00:08:39] Andrew Leedom: So, one of 'em that we're working on now is the conversion of about a 60,000 square foot warehouse to indoor vehicle storage and the back five acres doing a boat and RV enclosed covered, open storage trying to make that. Work with that. So, so yeah, as far as as far as the deals, we're, looking at some of those conversion type deals where you can get into markets where the market isn't oversaturated, there's still some some demand and trying to get in on that side where it's not, you're not purchasing an on market deal, but you're purchasing something where you can buy below replacement value do a conversion and and be up and running. [00:09:22] Sam Wilson: So how do you underwr. An indoor vehicle storage facility. I mean, it's not like you have all these, they're everywhere and you can go, oh, okay, cool. We'll just, we'll plug in the things that are normal. It's like, that's a pretty nuanced thing. How did you come up with idea and then how in the world do you underwrite that? [00:09:39] Andrew Leedom: Yeah it's been a process. Originally, being a self storage guy, the start was boat and RV and indoor climate control and maybe some indoor, just some indoor boat and RV storage. But the guys that I work with over at community investment group particularly the founder, Brad Newton, it's been a lifelong dream of his to have an indoor, like an exotic car. [00:10:02] Andrew Leedom: Storage, facility, club high end a place that has, like the executive lounge and just various amenities, detailing services attached to it. And so, it kind of morphed, I had, the underwriting started with, kind of splitting the space, but then we really came down to. [00:10:20] Andrew Leedom: We wanted the space to be dedicated to that and have the storage stuff in the back that we're developing, boat, RV some of the larger enclosed units. And so, we just did some research just throughout the country of other similar models and just looking at various various pricing models and and looking at the demand, we got a feasibility study done particularly more focused on the boat and RV side, but also just some of the other things in the area and knowing that, there really is nothing like it in our area and seeing seeing the success of other similar models in other areas. [00:10:57] Sam Wilson: Got it. So what's the timeline on that project? How what's the build out? What's the timeline? What's the cost? I mean, walk us through that side of the project. I'm really curious about this, cuz it's just not something we talk about a lot here on, on indoor vehicle storage, especially, exotic car storage going the higher end. [00:11:14] Sam Wilson: You're serving a very niche market, so yes. You hear kind of your thoughts around that and some of the parameters of the deal.  [00:11:20] Andrew Leedom: Yeah. So we're we're set to close in probably little over a month. We anticipate a. Three month window for the finalization of architect design drawings some of the the building permit side of things. [00:11:34] Andrew Leedom: The land is already approved as far as the zoning for what we're proposing And then we've got a nine month window for the construction and build out some aspects will be quicker than others. Some of the, once we can get the demo and the site work done, we'll be able to start on a lot of it. [00:11:51] Andrew Leedom: but you know, things like the enclosed units in the back and the canopies really that's. Primarily a lead time issue. , once the materials are delivered, those go up pretty quickly. Right. So we're anticipating, being able to start leasing, a lot of, especially the outdoor stuff. [00:12:11] Andrew Leedom: Sooner than later. And, , and even within the warehouse, being able to have some of the space, where it's not, , we've got it split into some nicer places where are more like a showroom type feel and then other spaces where it's more just , parking , glorified parking. [00:12:29] Andrew Leedom: And so once we open it up and clean it out, we'll be able to utilize some of that space. , and then same thing with the back, once we have the site cleared and graded, then we'll be able to start some of the open parking while we're developing the canopy and enclosed, and then start Leasing all that up and anticipate having a pretty aggressive marketing plan to try to get a lot of this preleased and, and going as we're doing the construction,  [00:12:55] I  [00:12:55] Sam Wilson: was gonna ask that, how will you market this property for, especially the higher end indoor vehicle storage, how do you reach out and find people that. [00:13:07] Sam Wilson: Those vehicles that want to be stored. I mean, again it's a nuance and niche market. So finding those clients, I would think would be a pretty specialized. Art.  [00:13:16] Andrew Leedom: Yes. Yeah. I'm not really in those circles, but we've got guys on the team that that run in those circles that have those cars. [00:13:23] Andrew Leedom: And so, I mean, a lot of it will be word of mouth going to the dealerships and getting in touch with the folks that are selling the vehicles. As well, same thing with the RVs going to the RV dealers and make, just making sure they know that what we're doing and that we're here and, that could assist them in selling the vehicles. [00:13:41] Andrew Leedom: If they. Their clients know that customers know they've got a place to put 'em. And so, so yeah, I mean, I think that's partnering with some of them doing some some online. Obviously, online marketing and Google ads, things like that where folks can find it. [00:13:58] Sam Wilson: Gotcha, man. That's great. I love that. If you were to rewind maybe five years and do one thing differently, what would it be? I [00:14:10] Andrew Leedom: would say Just to allow myself to dream bigger. It was one of those things. I mean, even just the idea of commercial real estate and multi-family syndications, self storage, all of these asset classes. For so long, It wasn't even in my realm of thinking, because that was just for those guys out there that are crushing it. [00:14:30] Andrew Leedom: And that's not something I could ever do. And so, I mean, it was the, that, Napoleon hill calls it the definitive purpose of really just making up your mind and making that decision to, we're gonna make it happen and whatever it takes, whatever training we need, you know, once my wife and I made that decision, Things just started falling into place. And I mean, you're still pushing through all those levels of fear and uncertainty and, I don't know what we're doing and trying to figure things out and just networking, meeting folks. [00:15:00] Andrew Leedom: But but I think just opening your mind to the possibility that if other people are doing it, then you can do it. Just as you take those steps and take action. The dominoes fall into place.  [00:15:11] Sam Wilson: Wonderful. Andrew, I've enjoyed it today. Thanks for coming on the show and sharing with us, your journey thus far, look forward to keeping track of you and seeing where where the next few years take you. [00:15:19] Sam Wilson: So this has been a blast. Thanks for sharing with us today. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:15:26] Andrew Leedom: Yeah, they can find me on LinkedIn or go to our website. It's www dot self storage, stewardship.com. And you can shoot me an email or reach out. [00:15:37] Andrew Leedom: I'd love to connect to your listeners.  [00:15:39] Sam Wilson: Wonderful. We'll make sure to put that information in the show notes as well. Andrew, thanks again for your time today. I do appreciate  [00:15:45] Andrew Leedom: it. Yeah. Thanks Sam.  

    New Books Network
    Monica Mody: ‘I Thought Memory Would Be Easy': Academic and Poetic Borderlands as Decolonial Projects of Recovery

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 82:52


    In this episode, we meet East-West Psychology PhD, Monica Mody, who is a writer, poet, and educator aligned with earth-based and decolonial feminist perspectives. Monica speaks about her approaches to writing, scholarship, and poetry as a cross-genre, transdisciplinary practitioner, and we discuss her dissertation, titled "Claiming Voice, Vitality, and Authority in Post-secular South Asian Borderlands: A Critical Hermeneutics and Autohistoria/teoría for Decolonial Feminist Consciousness," which received the 2020 Kore Award for Best Dissertation in Women and Mythology awarded by the Association for the Study of Women and Mythology. Monica speaks about the importance of tracing and reconstructing her motherline story and how her creative process helps to tap into the voice of her ancestral memory and the voices of the ancestresess. She shares two of her poems and we discuss the role of poetics in her academic writing and what the intersection of knowledge and creativity looks like to her. We end with discussing Monica's ideas about what she calls earth-ecstatic spirituality. Monica Mody is the author of Kala Pani (1913 Press), the forthcoming Bright Parallel (Copper Coin), and three chapbooks including Ordinary Annals (above/ground press). Her academic writing can be found in The Land Remembers Us: Women, Myth, and Nature, and Integral Review: A Transdisciplinary and Transcultural Journal For New Thought, Research, and Praxis. Her poems appear in anthologies including The Penguin Book of Modern Indian Poets, Future Library: Contemporary Indian Writing, Witness: The Red River Book of Poetry of Dissent, and &Now Awards 2: The Best Innovative Writing. Her poetry has also been published in Poetry International, Indian Quarterly, Almost Island, Boston Review, and other literary journals. Besides a Ph.D. in East-West Psychology, Monica holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Notre Dame, and a B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from the National Law School of India University. Among the awards she has received are the Sparks Prize Fellowship (Notre Dame), the Zora Neale Hurston Award (Naropa), and the Toto Award for Creative Writing. Monica has presented her work widely, including at the Parliament of World Religions, Symposia of the Association for the Study of Women and Mythology, American Academy of Religion Western Region, Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conferences, and Oakland Summer School. She has been invited to read her poetry at events including Poetry with Prakriti, Bengaluru Poetry Festival, the Trauma and Catharsis Symposium on Performing the Asian Avant-Garde, and the Asian American Writers' Workshop—as well as been a part of art shows including Rites of Passage: 20/20 Vision. Monica was born in Ranchi, India, and currently lives in San Francisco, unceded Ramaytush Ohlone territory. She teaches as an adjunct professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Monica Mody website: www.drmonicamody.com Connect with EWP: Website • Youtube • Facebook 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 Unmistakable Creative Podcast
    David Nebinski | The Power of Minimum Viable Projects

    The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 47:31


    David Nebinski joins us for this episode to shed light on portfolio careers. Discover how a minimum viable project can be what decides whether you get your foot in the door or fail dismally, losing more than you were ever prepared to risk. Take a listen to gain fascinating insight that could potentially transform your career forever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Subscribe for ad-free interviews and bonus episodes https://plus.acast.com/s/the-unmistakable-creative-podcast.

    MoneywebNOW
    [TOP STORY] Banks should be funding home solar projects

    MoneywebNOW

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 5:21


    Should banks incentivise customers to take out or add to bonds for solar panels or, say, a water-reticulation system, there could be a big market there: Craig Ivy – investment analyst, Futuregrowth.

    Art Money Success with Maria Brophy - Designing a Life you LOVE!

    Painting Murals for a Living - this interview with Austin Sepulveda is full of wisdom! (Make your mural biz easier: https://www.brophyartacademy.com/artist-wall-mural-course-proposal-template ) ✅ JOIN MY NEWSLETTER by SIGNING UP for my 11 week FREE e-course that helps artists reach $100,000/year: https://bit.ly/3zvzLHa ✅ Hit SUBSCRIBE and leave me a review, please! :) In this episode we are lucky to talk to Austin, who has been a successful muralist in Austin, Texas for over 10 years. We talk about: ➡️Austin's process on finding and getting new mural projects ➡️How he prices his Murals and how much $$$ deposit he asks for ➡️Projects gone bad and things to avoid ➡️Why he carries General Liability Insurance and how much it is $$$ ➡️How he feels about people asking for discounts ➡️An AP he's used to get hired for Mural Projects ➡️Austen's #1 advice for a muralist AND a suggested video that helps you grid out large scale murals AND so much MORE! FIND AUSTIN HERE: https://osten-art.com/ and on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ostenart/ If you learned something new from this ➡️ please leave me a REVIEW and HIT SUBSCRIBE!

    NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
    227. What NFT Projects Can Learn from IRL Events

    NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 22:36


    There were lots of people at NFT NYC almost bragging that they never picked up their badge or that they never attended a single panel or talk as they were too busy at side events or meetups.   The thing is even as a full-time professional speaker I understand this while at the same time believe we must rethink how we do offline events in this current world.   Beyond rethinking offline events I also feel its important to take lessons from IRL events and integrate them into NFT projects as the "value" we provide our NFT owners must be our focus and if our NFT owners aren't attending our main utility aspects then what does that say about our utility and even the future of our project.     As always: DO YOU OWN DAMN RESEARCH and we hope you enjoy coming on this Mint 365 journey as we buy an NFT every day for 365 days: https://www.nft365podcast.com/mint365 The 1st DAILY Podcast buying an NFT mint every day for a year! SuperPOWERED $ADHD Creator Coins on Rally.IO  The NFT365 Podcast is Hosted by digital futurist Brian Fanzo.  ------- Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast

    Legends of S.H.I.E.L.D.: An Unofficial Marvel Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fan Podcast
    Ms Marvel S1E3 "Destined" Review (A Marvel Studios Fan Podcast) LoS431

    Legends of S.H.I.E.L.D.: An Unofficial Marvel Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fan Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 68:12


    The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Michelle, Agent Chris, and Producer of the show Director SP discuss the 2022 Marvel Studios Disney+ Ms Marvel Series second episode “Destined.” The Team debriefs you with a Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. exclusive episode synopses, the fun cultural wedding, Chris and SP's new Wedding Crasher career plans, all the great scenes from Kamala's Mom, Dad and Imam, the origins of the Clandestines and The Bangle, who the series villain might be, the Karachi train, Kamala's evolving fight capabilities, how the series is breaking the Disney+ mold, the benefits of adapting a well known comic book story, and how Nakia used television to gain her board position and what it means for the MCU. The Team also discuss the top Marvel Studios news stories of the week including a legal explanation for all those Marvel Spoiler Snipers, a new Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 3 casting, and the announcement that Marvel is developing a Wonder Man series for Disney+. 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But Kamala has always struggled to find her place in the world—that is, until she gets super powers like the heroes she's always looked up to Two reports confirm a 2022 date https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/   She-Hulk is supposed to premiere late in 2022 on Disney+ It was confirmed the series was coming in 2022 on Disney+ Day  12 Nov 2021 Two reports confirm a 2022 date https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate Possibly very late 2022 or early 2023 via (https://www.cbr.com/she-hulk-reportedly-bumped-back-marvel-schedule-mcu/ ) August 17th Premiere: https://whatsondisneyplus.com/marvels-she-hulk-disney-release-date-revealed/   Thor: Love and Thunder (July 8, 2022) First Trailer (4/18/22): https://youtu.be/tgB1wUcmbbw Trailer: https://youtu.be/Go8nTmfrQd8   I Am Groot is in development for release on Disney+ No date has been announced. Previous mentioned as a holiday special Series confirmed during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 as a series of shorts watching Groot grow up Two reports confirm a 2022 date https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate Premiere Date: 10 Aug 2022 https://comicbook.com/marvel/news/marvel-i-am-groot-release-date-poster/   Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Nov. 11, 2022) https://comicbook.com/marvel/amp/news/black-panther-riri-williams-ironheart-mcu-debut-dominique-thorne/     Secret Invasion is in development for release on Disney+ No date has been announced.  Series confirmed during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 A report from Japan removed Secret Invasion from a 2022 premiere date https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate   What If…? Season 2 Confirmed during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 No premiere date indicated Possibly moved to 2023” https://www.thecosmiccircus.com/report-marvel-studios-2022-revealed/ https://thedirect.com/article/marvel-mcu-shows-2022-release-slate   Loki Season 2  is in development for release on Disney+ No date has been announced.  https://www.cbr.com/loki-season-2-directors-first-information/   Ironheart is in development for release on Disney+ No date has been announced.  Series confirmed on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/marvel-ironheart-show-directors-ryan-coogler-1235128280/ https://deadline.com/2022/06/ironheart-manny-montana-cast-marvel-studios-disney-series-1235045930/   Armor Wars is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced.    Echo is in development for release on Disney+ Confirmed on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 but no release/premiere date given.    Agatha: House of Harkness Announced/Confirmed on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 2021   An untitled Wakanda series is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced.    X-Men ‘97 (2023) Written by Executive Producer Beau DeMayo. Announced Disney+ Day (12 Nov 2021)   Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (Feb. 17, 2023)   Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse (2023) https://deadline.com/2022/04/spider-man-across-the-spider-verse-summer-2023-theatrical-release-sony-release-date-changes-1235007010/ https://comicbook.com/marvel/news/across-the-spider-verse-new-images-and-details-revealed/   Marvel Zombies Animated series announced on Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 No date given   Also, we know there will be a Loki season two at some point.   Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (July 28, 2023)   The Marvels (May 5th, 2023)   Thunderbolts (202?)   https://comicbook.com/marvel/news/marvel-thunderbolts-movie-jake-schreier-director/   Fantastic Four  (???)   Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special Confirmed during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 21 Different from I Am Groot   Deadpool 3 (202?) https://www.cbr.com/deadpool-3-writers-wade-wilson-disneyfied/   Spider-Man: Freshman Year Announced during Disney+ Day 12 Nov 2021 No premiere date given   Wonderman https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/wonder-man-marvel-disney-1235166956/     Untitled (February 16th, 2024)   Untitled (May 3rd, 2024)   Untitled (July 26th, 2024)   Untitled (November 8th, 2024)   List of MCU films in production without premiere dates Fantastic Four Deadpool 3 Blade Avengers-Level Team up to end the phase (not confirmed in development) Could be linked to Russo Brothers story from last week Captain America Sequel Possible X-Men   Projects that have NOT been announced yet Young Avengers   MCU – MARVEL STUDIOS   Former Marvel Lawyer Explains What Can Happen When a Star Spoils the Movie https://comicbook.com/marvel/news/marvel-star-spoils-movie-former-lawyer-explains-what-can-happen/   A former Marvel lawyer explained what could happen when a star spoils a movie. On Reddit, Paul Sarker decided to answer some questions from MCU fans about how the legal side of things functions.   One fan asked about NDA's and their stipulations. To this question, Sarker delivered the most extensive answer about how these agreements are drawn up and executed. It's a fascinating window into the creative process.   Sarker's answer: "The NDAs are helpful and they frame the discussion, if there is ever a dispute. But the relationship is also important. Leaking something would burn a bridge and be a deal breaker. Plus everything is watermarked so they would be able to trace it to someone. And more importantly, why would you want to eliminate your chance of being in the MCU or television canon? Once someone is cast and under contract, they may be able to disclose their role but that would have to be coordinated with marketing and creative. There is an overall master plan behind all of that stuff. If you breach a contract, in addition to being sued they could terminate it or withhold some pay. Marvel is very protective of confidentiality. They vet everyone and everything. Anyone coming to an office or getting a link to confidential information will have to sign an NDA. It's not just limited to talent."   ‘Crazy Rich Asians' & ‘Superstore' Actor Nico Santos Joins ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3' https://deadline.com/2022/06/guardians-galaxy-nico-santos-crazy-rich-asians-superstore-james-gunn-marvel-1235044944/   Crazy Rich Asians and Superstore actor Nico Santos is the latest name we can reveal to be in Marvel's recently wrapped Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3.   The anticipated threequel will star Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper, Sylvester Stallone, Karen Gillan, Elizabeth Debicki, Will Poulter and Chuk Iwuji. As we revealed in recent weeks, Oscar nominee Maria Bakalova (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm) and The Suicide Squad breakout Daniela Melchior are also among cast.   Filipino-American actor Santos is best known for playing Oliver T'sien in Crazy Rich Asians and sales associate Mateo Liwanag in the NBC series Superstore, for which he was nominated for back-to-back Critics' Choice Awards. Recent features include animation Wish Dragon and HBO Max animated series The Prince.   DISNEY+   Marvel Developing ‘Wonder Man' Series With Destin Daniel Cretton, Andrew Guest (Exclusive) https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/wonder-man-marvel-disney-1235166956/   Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton has teamed up with Andrew Guest, a writer-producer on comedies such as Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Community, to tackle a live-action series featuring the longtime Marvel character.   Guest will serve as head writer of the series, while Cretton will exec produce and possibly direct an episode or more. Cretton is working via his overall deal with Marvel Studios, signed late last year in the glow of Shang-Chi's success. The two will also act as co-creators for the series.   Wonder Man is one of Marvel's oldest characters, first introduced in 1964 in the pages of Avengers No 9. He was initially a villain and only appeared sporadically in the early Marvel Age, but was reconceived as a hero (and Avenger) in the late 1970s.   In the 1980s, the character really came into his own. Known as Simon Williams, he was a founding member of the Los Angeles-based West Coast Avengers and, with a look that included a turtleneck, a red jacket and sunglasses, became a celebrity thanks to his day job as an actor and stuntman.   OUTRO AND BONUS AUDIO [49:46]   We would love to hear back from you! Call the voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871.                    Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as the Agents discuss the 2022 Marvel Studios film Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness. You can listen in live when we record Thursday Evenings at 8:00 PM Eastern time at on YouTube on Twitch. Contact Info: Please see http://www.legendsofshield.com for all of our contact information or call our voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871   Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Is a Proud Member Of The GonnaGeek Network (gonnageek.com).   This podcast was recorded on Wednesday June 22nd, 2022.   Standby for your S.H.I.E.L.D. debriefing ---   Audio and Video Production by SP Rupert of GonnaGeek.com.

    The Biblio File hosted by Nigel Beale
    Richard Katrovas on Creative Writing Programs and Publishing First Books

    The Biblio File hosted by Nigel Beale

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 57:18


    I'm in Prague for the Summer. Going to be participating in one of the world's leading creative writing programs. I interviewed its founder Richard Katrovas.  Why listen to Richard? Having run the Prague Summer Program for Writers for more than two decades, he knows a lot about the process of teaching creative writing; plus he knows karate. We talk about listening and critiquing artfully, not fucking with style, the formalization of a sense of literary community; counter-culture, the literary conversation, literary communities in different epochs, communal writing, work-shopping, the genius of the English language incorporating other languages, publishing first books, validation, the importance of self-esteem and personal prestige, the desire for social relevance, Ernest Becker; 'who touches a book touches a man,' book fetishes, the weirdness of poetry and Prague, ripping off books, living in the Projects, and much more.  This is part one of the conversation. I'll conduct part two once I've gone through the wringer. 

    Project Chatter Podcast
    S5E124: Time Location charting for Linear Projects with Santosh Bhat

    Project Chatter Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 69:38


    In this episode, Martin and Val talk to Santosh Bhat in detail about the lesser-known  Time-location method and how it can be applied on projects. The main topics we discussed on the podcast were as follows: Time chainage is a form of presenting activities from a project schedule. It differs from a Gantt chart by the addition of a second dimension i.e. location. It allows you to plot where activities are occurring Time is shown on the vertical axis which can often confuse people! Location is presented on the horizontal axis. It uses start / end dates and location information that already exists in planning software Time chainage charts are not a new concept. It first originated in the 1800s! The Empire State Building was built using a version of this After educating Project Managers about how to use a time chainage chart, it enabled better conversations around the schedules and stakeholders became more engaged as a result It doesn't require any specific training to operate, it relies on the programme being fully logic linked The colours on the chart tend to represent project disciplines. It allows discussion on production rate estimates by visualizing activities into shapes Baselines can be assigned 4D is a snapshot of a schedule at a point in time. Time location charts is more appropriate for live scheduling. Both visualization tools are complementary rather than competing The software is particularly useful for what-if scenarios and visualizing the impact of changes Time location charts are not directly linked to time risk allowance in Primavera, it can be used to visualize risk analysis outputs People have the impression time location charts are too complex to implement and too difficult to explain to stakeholders which has prevented major projects from implementing it Tune in next time when we're re-joined by Dr Alexia Nalewaik to talk social value as a key project ROI criteria.For more information, blogs or to support our charities visit www.projectchatterpodcast.comIf you'd like to sponsor the podcast get in touch via our website.You can also leave us a voice message via our anchor page and let us know if there's something or someone specific that you would like on the podcast.Proudly sponsored by:  JustDo - https://www.justdo.com/  PlanAcademy - https://www.planacademy.com/chatter/ ($75 off any course)  InEight - https://ineight.com/  Prosci - https://empower.prosci.com/project-ch... (FREE resource kit)Stay safe, be disruptive and have fun doing it! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/project-chatter-podcast/message

    Coach Corey Wayne
    Ed Latimore: From The Projects To Prosperity

    Coach Corey Wayne

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 24:39


    In this first Ed Talk with former heavyweight boxer and entrepreneur Ed Latimore, he discusses his story from humble beginnings in the projects to how he became a successful online entrepreneur. If you have not read my book, “How To Be A 3% Man” yet, that would be a good starting place for you. It is available in Kindle, iBook, Paperback, Hardcover or Audio Book format. If you don't have a Kindle device, you can download a free eReader app from Amazon so you can read my book on any laptop, desktop, smartphone or tablet device. Kindle $9.99, iBook $9.99, Paperback $29.99 or Hardcover 49.99. Audio Book is Free $0.00 with an Audible membership trial or buy it for $19.95. Here is the link to Audible to get the audiobook version: http://bit.ly/CCW3Man Here is the link to Amazon to purchase Kindle, Paperback or Hardcover version: http://amzn.to/1XKRtxd Here is the link to the iBookstore to purchase iBook version: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/book/how-to-be-3-man-winning-heart/id948035350?mt=11&uo=6&at=1l3vuUo Here is the link to the iTunes store to purchase the iTunes audio book version: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/audiobook/how-to-be-a-3-man-unabridged/id1106013146?at=1l3vuUo&mt=3 You can get my second book, “Mastering Yourself, How To Align Your Life With Your True Calling & Reach Your Full Potential” which is also available in Kindle $9,99, iBook $9.99, Paperback $49.99, Hardcover $99.99 and Audio Book format $24.95. Audio Book is Free $0.00 with an Audible membership trial. Here is the link to Audible to get the audiobook version: http://bit.ly/CCWMY Here is the link to Amazon to purchase Kindle, Paperback or Hardcover version: https://amzn.to/2TQV2Xo Here is the link to the iBookstore to purchase iBook version: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/book/mastering-yourself-how-to-align-your-life-your-true/id1353139487?mt=11&at=1l3vuUo Here is the link to the iTunes store to purchase the iTunes audio book version: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/audiobook/mastering-yourself-how-to-align-your-life-your-true/id1353594955?mt=3&at=1l3vuUo You can get my third book, “Quotes, Ruminations & Contemplations” which is also available in Kindle $9,99, iBook $9.99, Paperback $49.99, Hardcover $99.99 and Audio Book format $24.95. Audio Book is Free $0.00 with an Audible membership trial. Here is the link to Audible to get the audiobook version: https://www.audible.com/pd/B0941XDDCJ/?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-256995&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_256995_rh_us Here is the link to Amazon to purchase Kindle, Paperback or Hardcover version: https://amzn.to/33K8VwF Here is the link to the iBookstore to purchase iBook version: https://books.apple.com/us/book/quotes-ruminations-contemplations/id1563102111?itsct=books_box_link&itscg=30200&ct=books_quotes%2C_ruminations_%26_contemplatio&ls=1 Here is the link to the iTunes store to purchase the iTunes audio book version: https://books.apple.com/us/audiobook/quotes-ruminations-contemplations-volume-i-unabridged/id1567242372?itsct=books_box_link&itscg=30200&ct=audio-books_quotes%2C_ruminations_%26_contem&ls=1 Here is the link to purchase Official Coach Corey Wayne branded merchandise (T-Shirts, Mugs, etc.): https://teespring.com/stores/coach-corey-wayne Click the link below to book phone/Skype (audio only) coaching with me personally: http://www.understandingrelationships.com/products Click the link below to make a donation via PayPal to support my work: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=LKGTSSLYJ93J6

    Around the House with Eric G
    10 top Projects to make your house just a little bit better without a remodel

    Around the House with Eric G

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 40:50


    With interest rates getting high we might not be able to move into that new house like we planned on 2022 or 2023. So we came up with some of our favorite things to do to help make your home a little bit nicer without having to do a remodel. No need to have Demo Day on this remodel. Just our tips for giving you some added joy out of that place you call home! Thanks for listening to Around the house if you want to hear more please subscribe so you get notified of the latest episode as it posts at https://around-the-house-with-e.captivate.fm/listen (https://around-the-house-with-e.captivate.fm/listen) We love comments and we would love reviews on how this information has helped you on your house! Thanks for listening! For more information about the show head to https://aroundthehouseonline.com/ (https://aroundthehouseonline.com/) We have moved the Pro Insider Special on Thursday to its new feed. It will no longer be on this page. You can find it and subscribe right here: https://around-the-house-pro-insider.captivate.fm/ (https://around-the-house-pro-insider.captivate.fm/ )

    Smoke Screen
    Saturday's From The Top Floor

    Smoke Screen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 30:56


    Welcome Back❗️Tallahassee has been on fire... LITERALLY. Tune in as Smoke talks about his experience with the Heat. We take a stroll back down memory lane and talk about Vacation Bible School. Also, Smoke discusses the new Duke Duece, Spitta, and Snoop Dogg; Projects. Sponsor: Creative Designs N More: Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@seewandab If you liked Smokes Shirt, check out SmokePh Apparel: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SmokephiApparel Appreciate yall

    DynastyTradesHQ Podcast
    Summer Dynasty Projects, #TradeAlerts & Who Would You Rather?

    DynastyTradesHQ Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 50:41


    Welcome to Episode 232 of the @DynastyTradesHQ Podcast!  "Summer Dynasty Projects, #TradeAlerts & Who Would You Rather?"   Shane & Michael hangout and have a blast discussing some offseason ideas for dynasty teams. Shane's first project is to trade away every WR over the age of 29 from his rosters!  They also play a game of "Who Would You Rather?" and this weeks subject was Alvin Kamara! As always there are some trades scattered around the show as well! Come hang out and have a blast with Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, Michael Cipes @FFBlitz, and Jeremy Browand @DynastyMadman It will be a blast!   @DynastyTradesHQ Patreon is now called The HQCrew! Do you want the HQ guys to consult with you about your Dynasty team? Do you want a podcast t-shirt or hat? Would you like to get on the show with us? Do you want to listen to the new HQ After Dark podcast? Become a part of The HQCrew today!   Find us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, and PodBean. Please make sure you rate and review! You can find us on Twitter @DynastyTradesHQ. The DynastyTradesHQ podcast (with your hosts Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, Michael Cipes @FFBlitz, and Jeremy Browand @DynastyMadman) goes beyond the obvious to bring you the right takes on trades, trade philosophies, and impact of ADP on trading. We'll laugh, we'll cry, and we'll get through the crazy world of dynasty trading together every week!  

    SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
    Dyson Daniels projects as an elite perimeter defender in the NBA

    SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 13:05


    Bobby Hebert joined Jeff and Steve to talk about Dyson Daniels going to the Pelicans at pick eight in the NBA Draft, Arch Manning committing to Texas, and Dylan DeLucia leading Ole Miss to the College World Series finals.