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Enduring Words for Troubled Times – Enduring Word
Qualified to Serve – Acts 6:3 – November 28 2021

Enduring Words for Troubled Times – Enduring Word

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021


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RNZ: Morning Report
'Most qualified' candidate for National Party leadership overlooked - commentator

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 6:55


A political commentator says one of the best candidates for the National Party leadership is being overlooked. Dr Shane Reti is just hours into his role as interim leader of the National Party after taking over from Judith Collins, who lost her job and the confidence of the caucus, after 499 days as opposition leader. The party will elect a new leader next week. Currently the three expected to run are Simon Bridges, Mark Mitchell and Christopher Luxon. Chris Bishop has also been suggested as a contender.  Political commentator Lara Greaves told Morning Report Reti could be a good choice but there isn't much attention on him. "He's incredibly experienced. He's been in parliament for seven years, he's been an assistant professor at Harvard, which is incredibly competitive in heart, he's been a rural GP for 17 years, he's been literally vaccinating people up north, he's also somehow registered as some kind of chartered accountant. So, we've got like a ton of qualifications and experience. "I think, fundamentally, our politics and the way that our politics run and this goes back to Professor Raymond Mill's idea of the presidentialisation of New Zealand politics, that we think of it as like a two horse race, we need this kind of bolshy strong, assertive leader." Greaves said that could be the area where Reti falls down, despite having qualifications and what she called a "real streak of conservatism". "So, I think fundamentally the way that our politics works, the most qualified candidate and the candidate with the expertise for the current crisis is being overlooked."

Demand Gen Visionaries
Redefining Shared Experiences with 3-time CMO Anthony Kennada, CMO of Hopin

Demand Gen Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 41:14


“Every company needs to start acting like a media company or risk going out of business, pure, plain and simple. And when the cookie-less future that we're all staring down comes to light, the companies that survive are the ones that caught this early and were able to start investing in building their own content moat around the business.” — Anthony Kennada-------------Episode Timestamps:*(2:05) - Anthony's first job in marketing*(2:45) - More about Anthony's role at Hopin as CMO*(4:05) - Segment: The Trust Tree*(6:41) - Who's the buying committee for Hopin *(8:37) - How Anthony's marketing team is organized *(14:23) - How events have changed over the last 18 months*(25:15) - Segment: The Playbook*(29:45) - The investments Anthony makes into brand*(31:54) - How to think about investing in content*(35:30) - Segment: The Dust Up*(38:45) - Segment: Quick Hits SponsorDemand Gen Visionaries is brought to you by Qualified.com, the #1 Conversational Marketing platform for companies that use Salesforce and the secret weapon for Demand Gen pros. The world's leading enterprise brands trust Qualified to instantly meet with buyers, right on their website, and maximize sales pipeline. Visit Qualified.com to learn more. LinksConnect with Anthony on LinkedInFollow Anthony on TwitterFollow Ian on TwitterConnect with Ian on LinkedInwww.caspianstudios.com

Unconventional Leaders
Don't Feel QUALIFIED? Take Responsibility for WHAT YOU KNOW (Mini Series Pt 3)

Unconventional Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 6:45


We are continuing our series on taking responsibility. Today we are examining the FEAR that we are not “qualified” or don't “know enough” to add value. It is time to take responsibility for what you KNOW. CONNECT WITH US! SIGN UP FOR FIDGET FRIDAY: https://www.heatherparady.com/fidgetfriday INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/heatherparady/ FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/645500432309046 YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/heatherparady TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@heatherparady? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unconventionalleaders/message

Tailer Trash Fly Fishing
Tailer Trash Fly Fishing - Episode 72 - Level Three Qualified

Tailer Trash Fly Fishing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 142:23


Ben, Marc & Larry discuss over rated species that we target on fly. Listener questions are answered. Ben lets us all in on the big secret. Marc meets younger Ben and he's speechless. Join us around the Old Oak Table for a couple of hours and laugh along.

Unforgettable Presentations
Ep. 117 Becoming Unforgettable?

Unforgettable Presentations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 53:11


How can a presenter BECOME unforgettable? Today Darren and Mark talk with Mike Davis, Sara McGill, and Kathi Kulesza, three members of Darren's Stage Time University (STU) Community, about their journey to becoming unforgettable. In this behind-the-scenes look at STU, Mike, Sara, and Kathi share their growth in various facets of presentations. These include preparing and presenting speeches, doing live video, serving as event emcee, and producing a podcast, all steps on their path to becoming unforgettable. Snippets: When you don't get paid your value, you finally understand your value To become unforgettable, don't play the short game. Think long term. Use available resources to make your presentation better Qualified coaching will elevate your presentation This strong community promotes accountability

Anna Faris Is Unqualified
Qualified with April Beyer Episode 2

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 69:15


April Beyer is back as Anna's qualified co-host in this month's special episode. April has some unexpected advice for Summer, who asks how and when to bring up her anxiety issues with the men she dates. Their next call is with Zoë who wonders what she can do when her mom's chronic pain is affecting everyone in her family.If you're in need of unqualified relationship advice, please write to us at bit.ly/ASKANNA.Learn more about April and LEVEL by visiting www.levelconnections.com.State Farm Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Call or go to StateFarm.com for a quote today.Netlfix Subscribe to Netflix is a Daily Joke on Apple, Spotify, and all the podcast places.Please subscribe to Anna Faris is Unqualified on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media:Instagram @UnqualifiedTwitter @UnqualifiedFacebook @Anna Faris is UnqualifiedMusic by: Mondo Cozmo @mondocozmoProducers: Michael Barrett, Rob Holysz, Jeph Porter, Kasper SelvigResearcher: Margot BarrettProduction Services: Rabbit Grin Productions rabbitgrinproductions.comDistributed by: Simplecast

Demand Gen Visionaries
Part 5: Top CMOs Share Their Most Uncuttable Demand Gen Budget Items

Demand Gen Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 27:18


Find parts one, two, three & four------Episode Timestamps: Part five of this special mini-series features 12 CMOs and marketing leaders from some of the world's fastest-growing companies, including:*(4:00) - Amanda Malko, CMO, G2*(7:40) - Raj Khera, Head of Growth, SalesIntel.io*(9:05) - Katrina Wong, VP Product Marketing and Demand Gen, Segment*(11:11) - Morgan Norman, CMO, Dialpad*(12:30) - Kady Srinivasan, SVP Global Head of Marketing, Klaviyo*(13:55) - Joy Corso, CMO, Vonage*(15:05) - Justin Shriber, CMO, People.ai*(18:40) - Susan Beermann, CMO, NAVEX Global*(20:21) - Keith Messick, SVP Marketing, LaunchDarkly*(22:20) - Kyle Lacy, VP Marketing, Seismic*(23:45) - William Tyree, CMO, Revenue.io*(25:30) - Jon Miller, CMO, Demandbase SponsorDemand Gen Visionaries is brought to you by Qualified.com, the #1 Conversational Marketing platform for companies that use Salesforce and the secret weapon for Demand Gen pros. The world's leading enterprise brands trust Qualified to instantly meet with buyers, right on their website, and maximize sales pipeline. Visit Qualified.com to learn more. LinksFollow Ian on TwitterConnect with Ian on LinkedInwww.caspianstudios.com

The Growth Dynamics Get Down
Not Everyone Is Qualified

The Growth Dynamics Get Down

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 7:59


The saying "Say it don't spray it" might apply to some sales persons' qualification of leads. If they can spray their goods, demos and quotes, someone will eventually say yes. Yet, that might not be the most effective selling process. Listen to this week's podcast to learn about sales qualified leads. 

The Unrestricted Podcast
Getting Unrestricted w/Respiratory Therapist & Nationally Qualified Figure Competitor Starr Parnell

The Unrestricted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 73:25


On this episode of the podcast we sit down with pediatric respiratory therapist and nationally qualified figure competitor Starr Parnell to talk about how she balances such a demanding career while competing. We also talk mindset and her switch from bikini to figure along with being a angelic reiki practitioner. You won't want to miss it! Follow Starr on Social Media: Instagram - http://instagram.com/star123_figure Facebook - http://facebook.com/starr.parnell ✅Best ways to help support The Unrestricted Podcast! ✔️PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/barrimedia ✔️Monthly Donation: https://www.anchor.fm/unrestrictedpodcast/support ✔️Merch: https://www.tiny.cc/unrestrictedstore To reach the Unrestricted team you can email: Barri.MediaTexas@gmail.com ✅FOLLOW THE UNRESTRICTED PODCAST ✔️INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/unrestricted_podcast ✔️TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/barrimedia_ur ✔️WEBSITE: https://www.theunrestrictedpodcast.com ✔️YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/theunrestrictedpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unrestrictedpodcast/support

Cruciform Ministries
Qualified for Heaven

Cruciform Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 38:00


St Helen's Sunday talks podcast
Credentials provided

St Helen's Sunday talks podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 33:52


Phil Hudson - Luke records for us Jesus' genealogy to give us certainty that he is absolutely qualified to be humanity's saviour. Qualified to deal with our great problem of sin and God's just judgement upon it. Qualified to inaugurate a new humanity.

The Doula Dispensary
Episode #2S2: A dilemma about PN cancellations and dose about being qualified

The Doula Dispensary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 34:58


The Doula Dispensary is a weekly podcast, prescribing a weekly dose of all things doula. Siobhan and Kicki bring you a show which is a bit like sitting down with your mates for a cup of tea... So put the kettle on, sit down and enjoy listening to familiar issues as a working doula, woman and mother.This week's doula dilemma discusses the situation when a client cancels a PN session. There's a question from a listener about sterile water injections. The Doula Dose talks about being a 'qualified' doula. There is, of course, also a lot of general chit-chat about life.You can follow Siobhan and Kicki on social media -@siobhan_thebirthdoula@kicki.hansard@birthblissacademy

The Dave Ramsey Show
Should I Interview for a Position That I Don't Feel Qualified For? (Hour 2)

The Dave Ramsey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 40:39


Career, Home Buying, Home Selling, Debt, Saving As heard on this episode: Christian HealthCare Ministries: https://bit.ly/2XBZfE3  Watch Borrowed Future: https://bit.ly/2ZyQGfw Sign up for a FREE trial of Ramsey+ TODAY: https://bit.ly/3rZTUAx Tools to get you started:  Debt Calculator: https://bit.ly/2Q64HME Insurance Coverage Checkup: https://bit.ly/3sXwUn5 Complete Guide to Budgeting: https://bit.ly/3utmVXi Check out more Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fHhbVE

Demand Gen Visionaries
The Evolution of ABM with Jon Miller, CMO & CPO of Demandbase

Demand Gen Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 38:04


“The thread that runs through these best practices is this concept of account based experience. And it's a concept of really understanding where the account is in its journey and applying all that account intelligence that you have to not treat every account the same, but to really interact with them in a way that's going to be relevant and appropriate for where they are in their journey. So that's absolutely a key theme to how the best companies are doing this.” — Jon Miller-------------Episode Timestamps:*(2:05) - How Jon got started in demand gen*(2:40) - Jon's current role at Demandbase*(4:10) - How COVID-19 changed demand gen*(5:35) - The Trust Tree*(7:20) - The different personas Demandbase is selling to*(11:45) - Where the industry is at with ABM*(14:05) - What the future of ABM looks like*(18:50) - The biggest trends in demand gen*(25:25) - The Playbook*(28:43) - The Dust-Up*(30:54) - Jon's favorite past campaign he's ever run*(31:48) - Biggest learning experience over the years*(33:30) - Quick hits SponsorDemand Gen Visionaries is brought to you by Qualified.com, the #1 Conversational Marketing platform for companies that use Salesforce and the secret weapon for Demand Gen pros. The world's leading enterprise brands trust Qualified to instantly meet with buyers, right on their website, and maximize sales pipeline. Visit Qualified.com to learn more. LinksConnect with Jon on LinkedInFollow Jon on TwitterCheck out Demandbase's guidesFollow Ian on TwitterConnect with Ian on LinkedInwww.caspianstudios.com

The Qualified with Ryan Huff
118: Creating Change that Lasts w/ Rebuilt Recovery CEO, Frank Rich

The Qualified with Ryan Huff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 92:28


Had an incredibly powerful conversation with my good friend, Frank Rich. He's been a guest on The Qualified before and thrilled to have him back on as we dive into overcoming struggles, maximizing potential, being a man, harnessing sexual energy, and so much more! I know you're gonna be blessed by this one. Time to get better. Enjoy! —————————————————— Connect with Frank Rich! Instagram: @TheSuperHumanFrank YouTube: ReBuild Your Life Learn more about his life-changing company, Rebuilt Recovery Check out Frank's FREE e-book, The 7 Step Guide to Living Life Without Porn —————————————————— Let's connect! Instagram: Ryan Huff Questions? Feedback? Topic Suggestions? Send me an email here ---> thequalifiedpodcast@gmail.com —————————————————— Qualified Apparel® | We feed families in America by selling apparel. 1 item purchased provides 20 meals for families in America via our giving to Feeding America!

Denise Griffitts - Your Partner In Success!
Olivier Roland attract qualified prospects and customers for free using content

Denise Griffitts - Your Partner In Success!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 61:00


Olivier Roland dropped out of school at the age of 19 to create his first business, and never looked back. He is now a serial entrepreneur, blogger, YouTuber, startup investor, bestseller author, amateur archaeologist, diver, amateur airplane pilot, globetrotter, international speaker, and philanthropist among his many hats. He has built a global audience of more than 450,000 fans convinced by his method while traveling the world 6 months a year for more than 10 years. When he was in school he often felt out of tune, inadequate, and unmotivated. He thought for a long time that it was a problem and a weakness until he realized that this could be a strength if you play your cards right because being a rebel means being free to break from the traditional model and create your own reality. Olivier is now on a mission to show that you don't need to be brilliant in school to be brilliant in life. In fact, he believes a lot of Intelligent Rebels are embers ready to blossom to make beautiful fires full of heat and light... but they've been watered down all their lives. In this conversation with Olivier, he will share how to have a business that is in service of your life, instead of your life being in service of your business. Find Olivier Roland on the web: Website | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn  

Charlottesville Community Engagement
November 4, 2021: Study underway for alternative to Rassawek site for Zion Crossroads water intake; Council to make leadership announcement on Friday

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 14:49


Let’s begin today with a Patreon-fueled shout-out! The Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign, an initiative that wants you to grow native plants in yards, farms, public spaces and gardens in the northern Piedmont. The leaves have started to fall as autumn set in, and as they do, this is a good time to begin planning for the spring. Native plants provide habitat, food sources for wildlife, ecosystem resiliency in the face of climate change, and clean water.  Start at the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Facebook page and tell them Lonnie Murray sent you!On today’s show:More details about the next phase of public housing redevelopment in CharlottesvilleCouncil to make a leadership announcement Friday at 3 p.m. UVA Health System reports vaccination numbersLouisa Supervisor Fitzgerald Barnes holds a one-vote lead over his challengerAn overview of the Central Virginia Small Business Development CenterAnd Louisa Supervisors an update on a plan to bring water from the James River to Zion CrossroadsWe begin the day with an announcement of something that’s happening tomorrow. City Council will meet at 3 p.m. for an open meeting with the one word description of “Personnel.” City Communications Director Brian Wheeler explained in an email to me this morning that it will be a leadership announcement. There is no interim city manager in place. What will happen? Leave your guess in the comments. (meeting info)There’s a very close race in one of Louisa County’s magisterial districts. In the Patrick Henry District, incumbent Fitzgerald Barnes has a one-vote lead over challenger William Woody Jr. Qualified absentee ballots can be counted up until tomorrow at noon. Thanks to Tammy Purcell of Engage Louisa for the heads-up. Employees at the University of Virginia Health System had a deadline of November 1 to get a COVID vaccine. Wendy Horton is the CEO of the UVA Health System. “At this point today, we are at 98.4 percent fully vaccinated or exempt as a health system and this includes UVA Community Health as well,” Horton said.However, that leaves 173 employees who will either resign or be terminated for non-compliance. Horton said that includes 83 people who directly work with patients and that number includes 43 registered nurses. People who refuse the vaccine will be suspended without pay for a certain period of time for reflection. Those with approved medical exemptions must have a COVID test each week. Today the Virginia Department of Health reported 1,494 new cases and the seven-day percent positive rate dropped to 5.4 percent. Another 69 deaths have been reported since Tuesday. The Blue Ridge Health District reported 58 new cases today. The percent positivity in the district is 5.1 percent. Yesterday, the City of Charlottesville held a public meeting for the next phase of redevelopment at the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Carrie Rainey is an urban planner in the city’s Department of Neighborhood Development Services.“What we’re looking at right now is a final site for what is currently a by-right project to build a new apartment building with structured parking at 715 Sixth Street SE,” Rainey said.Riverbend Development is working with the CRHA on this project, continuing a partnership that has also been involved with Crescent Halls and the two phases at South First Street. CRHA has a new redevelopment coordinator in Brandon Collins, formerly with the Public Housing Association of Residents. “Our resident planners at 6th Street have been working diligently on this plan and I think it really reflects CRHA’s approach to resident-led planning and we’re confident this is the best use of this site,” Collins said. The project is at the corner of Monticello Avenue and 6th Street SE. Six of the existing townhouse units will be removed in this first phase at this property. “The reason we’re taking this approach is because we want to ensure that we have a promise and a priority to the residents of public housing that no one will be displaced throughout the redevelopment process,” said Ashley Davies, vice president at Riverbend Development. In all of these redevelopment projects, the land will continue to be owned by CRHA, but the actual structure will be owned by a nonprofit holding company connected to CRHA. The height of the building has not been finalized.“It’s going to be a three or four story building,”  Davies said, “We’re still working with the resident planners to determine the exact height of the building and number of units, but for now the site plan shows this as a three-story building and 39 units.”The current zoning is Downtown Extended which would allow for that height. There would be at least 40 parking spaces in a structure beneath the building. The goal is to get the site plan approved in order to help qualify an application for Low Income Housing Tax Credits from the entity formerly known as the Virginia Housing Development Authority. Davies said a master plan is in development for the entire four-acre site, but there is no timeline for how that will proceed. “Those conversations are really just beginning to understand what the overall needs are for that area,” Davies said Comments brought up during the site plan conference included landscaping, parking requirements, and pedestrian safety.  The community garden maintained and operated by the Urban Agriculture Collective will be removed to make way for the new units. NDS staff will make comments on the site plan and submit those back to the development team later this month. You’re listening to Charlottesville Community Engagement. Time for the second of two Patreon-fueled shout-outs: Do you suffer from Classical Music Insecurity Complex? That is, you like classical music you hear, but you feel intimidated by all the stuffy etiquette and specialized knowledge? Suffer no more!WTJU is hosting Classical Listening Parties, a series of four free, casual events on Tuesdays in November. These four events are led by Chelsea Holt, pianist, teacher, and one of WTJU’s newest and youngest classical announcers. She’ll guide you through all the eras of classical music beginning Tuesday, Nov 9th, 7 p.m.: Early & Baroque. For a list of the others, visit wtju.net to learn more and sign up! The seven-member Louisa County Board of Supervisors got an update on Monday on the water supply plan for Zion Crossroads, but they also got a pitch from the Central Virginia Small Business Development Center (CVSBDC). The entity is partially funded by the Small Business Administration.“We’re funded by the [Small Business Administration] and the localities that we serve to provide business advising services to individual localities,’ said Greg Dorazio, the assistant director of the CVSBDC. The CVSBDC covers ten counties stretching from Nelson County to Culpeper County from its headquarters in Charlottesville. The idea is to level the playing field for small businesses through counseling. “We have access to research and resources including capital, access to technical experts,” Dorazio said. Last year, the Charlottesville Investment Collaborative became the small business center’s fiscal partner.“Their microloan program is one of the best ways for small businesses to get capital and a lot of folks don’t really know about it,” Dorazio said. Last year during the pandemic, the small business center provided more than double the number of hours of working with clients from around 2,200 hours to over 5,000. That’s in part because of the transition to virtual meetings. “When we’re talking about the client service time, that’s one-on-one with a business owner,” Dorazio said. “We’re really helping them figure out what is the problem they’re facing right now? What are the decisions they need to make? And what do we need to do to help them get the resources they need to make good decisions about their business and continue to grow and move forward?”Dorazio was before the Louisa Board of Supervisors to ask for referrals for businesses as well as $21,249 in funding for the next fiscal year. That decision will come during the budget cycle.The Louisa Board of Supervisors also got an update on progress to build a waterline from the James River to Zion Crossroads. Louisa and Fluvanna are both members of the James River Water Authority, an entity that exists for the purpose.The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will have to grant a permit for the project and the James River Water Authority was about to submit one that included an intake at the site of Rassawek, an important site in the history of the Monacan Indian Nation. Justin Curtis is with Aqualaw, a firm hired to prepare and submit the permit.“At our request, that application has been put on hold while we evaluate an alternative a site a couple of miles up the river,” Curtis said. “We’re doing that in coordination with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VDHR) as well as the Monacan Indian Nation.”Curtis said the decision point for the James River Water Authority will be whether to pursue the alternative, or proceed with the Rassawek site. That could come in December or January. The Rassawek site was selected in 2013 and two of three required permits had been granted. All of the planning work had been conducted.“That site had been selected because it was the shortest, it was the least expensive, and it followed a bunch of existing corridors and lines which is utility siting 101,” Curtis said. “Fewest number of landowners affected and it had the right water quality and quantity to meet our needs.”Curtis said the Monacans had been consulted, but their stance changed as the granting of the permit drew closer. The federal government recognized the tribe in January 2018. (Learn more about Rasswak from Cultural Heritage Partners)“To get the final permit we needed from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, we have to go through this process where have to mitigate any impacts to historical or cultural resources and that involves consultations with the tribes and certain other agencies and that added a lot of time and expense to the regulatory process,” Curtis said. Curtis said Alternative 1C, also known as the Forsyth site, is the preferred site for the Monacans. “And we ended up reaching an agreement which was memorialized in writing in January of this year and what we came to an agreement on was that if JRWA went and did a new archaeological study of that alternative site and that study did not find any evidence of buried human remains or historic burial sites, then the Monacans would not oppose the project and they would support the project and help us work through the remainder of the permitting process,” Curtis said. The first phase was completed in August and while historic materials were found, none of them were human remains. The second phase started on Monday and will be concluded the week of December 6. The results will be discussed at the next  meeting of the James River Water Authority on December 8. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP? The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! This is a public episode. 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Sam's Business Growth Show
#187 2 Questions To Get Qualified Sales Leads Through Your Website

Sam's Business Growth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 4:04


Want to only get qualified sales leads through your site? ✅ Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Oh... Sam shares 2 simple questions to drive more qualified buyers through your website.

Wealth, Taxes, and Finances with John Cindia
Episode 88: Basics of long-term care

Wealth, Taxes, and Finances with John Cindia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 36:20


In this episode, John and the gang discuss the basics of long-term care. John focuses on the differences between qualified and non-qualified policies and how these can affect your taxes come tax season. There are tons of different types of long-term care and many different ways to prepare for this in the future. It is always best to be ahead of your future than with it!We want to know more about your situations so we can create better tailored content. John and the team can be reached at jcindia@lifestagesadvisory.com. Reach out to us so we can get you or your segment featured on the show!

The Solarpreneur
How to Close 68 Deals in a Month - Chance Pronschinske

The Solarpreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 46:13


Visit Solciety.co now! Welcome to the Solarpreneur podcast, where we teach you to take your solar business to the next level. My name is Taylor Armstrong and I went from $50 in my bank account and struggling for groceries to closing 150 deals in a year and cracking the code on why sales reps fail. I teach you to avoid the mistakes I made and bringing the top solar dogs, the industry to let you in on the secrets of generating more leads, falling up like a pro and closing more deals. What is a Solarpreneur you might ask a Solarpreneur is a new breed of solar pro that is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve mastery and you are about to become one.Speaker 1 (00:01):What's going on Solarpreneurs. I am stoked for this episode today because we have someone that, um, has been doing something pretty unreal. We've got a guy that's I got a text a few weeks ago, heard about chance here, that's with us today and you're going to hear all about them. But he said to my knowledge and industry record close 68 freaking deals in a month. Let's go appreciate it, bro. So we're going to hear, um, what was working for him and yeah, just kind of his whole story and what he's been doing to achieve that level of success. Cause I've never heard anything like it before, so a chance welcome to the show. Thanks for comingSpeaker 2 (00:40):On. Yeah, appreciate it. Thanks for having me.Speaker 1 (00:42):Yeah. So I'm stoked to hear just kind of what led up to this. And I I'll be honest. I didn't believe it. At first when I heard I got a text from my buddy Marshall and um, he told me about this guy and I'm like, no, no way, Marshall. I got a guy that I work with that close. I think, uh, yeah, he's closed like 43 in a month. I was just telling you chance. I, I thought that was the record. Like no ways anyone closing more than, than 43, that Marshall texts me. He's like, no chance got 68. I did. I was like, all right, I got to get this show on the guy on the show.Speaker 2 (01:15):Yeah. So a little background about me. Um, again, my name is chance [inaudible] but so ever since like I grew up, I've always had like an entrepreneurial mind, of course. But yeah, when I was 13, I, I mean, I've been doing e-commerce and everything. Solar I've been in the industry for about 15 months. Um, but yeah, literally I came out here, I saw an ad. Um, I actually filed Zane and that's the CEO of better earth. So that's who I work for. But I saw an ad with Zane and I was like, all right, I'm going to apply. So I think that they had like 800 applicants. It was all housing. Um, all expenses paid for, for your first three months. And I dropped out of school about a year and a half in. I never really wanted a piece of paper that millions of people get every single year, but I've flew out here.Speaker 2 (02:02):Uh, I got the job flew out here and I dropped everything to my parents, whether you guys like it or not, I'm going to California. So I'm originally from Wisconsin. But when I was about 13 years old, I had like $150,000. So she was my room. I used to buy and resell tickets, shoes, whatever it may be. You name it? I did it. So any type of get rich quick, and I realize, of course you just got to keep putting the work in. You said drop ship, like crazy. But when I was 17 or 16 years old, I created a company called smile, big clothing. So you guys can all check that out if you want. But yeah. Um, I was going through a little different time with my parents and they actually like got a divorce and everything was hard on me just cause my brothers I'm the youngest of, I have three older brothers, but, um, yeah, so I was going through it a little different time and I've made smile, be clothing, just cause I knew a lot of people are going through bigger struggles than myself.Speaker 2 (02:54):And that's why I dropped out of school. I used to sit in a dorm room, wake up at four 30, work on websites, inventory, skip all my classes, just to go package a bunch of merch. And it was, it was ridiculous. Yeah. So I dropped everything came out to California and when I came out to California, I didn't have a car or anything like that. I put all my money into the inventory. You still order way more than I could afford just to push my paradigm and make sure that I have to, I have one thing, one option. So, soSpeaker 1 (03:21):That's awesome. Always been hustling.Speaker 2 (03:23):Absolutely. So after that I came out to California, didn't have a car used to Uber, to turf used everything, my bank account to do it and you're out there. There's no other excuse to it. Um, you're either going to sit on the sidewalk, you're going to go bang doors and get after some people. So I did that. And my first month I think I had like 16 deals in my first month in solar. Um, and yeah, we were pushing a lot of paradigms in the company. I've kind of set like that company record right away. And ever since that, like I'm always just been holding myself accountable to my goals of course. And I don't really compare myself to others. I really just keep improving. And that's the most important part and staying consistent and making sure that you're outworking every single person. Yeah.Speaker 1 (04:03):A hundred percent. And yeah, I think that's probably, we'll talk more about this, but that's probably a huge key to success is most guys they'd hit, you know, 30, 40 in a month and be like, like I was thinking, oh, this is probably a record. I don't need to do more than this. Right. Go take a LondonSpeaker 2 (04:17):Person.Speaker 1 (04:18):Yeah. So I think that's probably a lot of your success. You're was like, oh no, I'm going to beat Mike previous record. So big. And you're probably not even looking at this score, but you're just comparing it to what you hit in the other months, right? Yeah,Speaker 2 (04:28):Absolutely. Yeah. I always have a big whiteboard in my room and that's literally all I compare myself to and it's just my last day or my last month or whatever may be. But staying in the present, taking every single day, one by one every day is a sprint always just control what you can of course can control and yeah, you definitely see a lot of results and a lot of improvement as well. Yeah.Speaker 1 (04:49):So we'll get more into the solar stuff, but yeah, I wanted to ask you chance, like with your previous businesses, was that always pretty successful when you started out selling shoes and everything? Tell me about that. Was that always a big success or was that kinda up and down? How did that go?Speaker 2 (05:02):You know, it was up and down just because I was in middle school and high school and of course, like I was playing sports. My dad used to be a coach and had a lot of practices after I used to get my phone taken away and all my classes. Cause I was always messaging people back on eBay. So that was always like a struggle and staying up super late and trying to balance work like schoolwork or whatever it may be. But yeah, the shoe is, was like actually a pretty big success, especially just being young. And honestly like, even if I broke even, I didn't like, I, I did pretty well for myself being young, but yeah. I mean, honestly just like the knowledge I learned and seeing how like businesses operate and seeing like how to actually sell definitely benefits in a lot of other ways are than just business. It develops yourself as a person too.Speaker 1 (05:45):Yeah. And so I love hearing about people's background because I mean, it's like we were talking about a lot of people in solar. It's kind of the paradigm that reps get is they're lazy. They close a few deals were paid at like we're talking about before we did the show and you literally close a couple of deals a month and be making more than most average Americans make. And so like, do you think, I don't know your upbringing, your previous as previous businesses, things like that. Do you think that contributed to just kind of like the hustle mindset you have now? Or do you think that was more developed or were you born in this way or how do you, how do you develop that stuff? MaybeSpeaker 2 (06:19):That's a good question. Um, honestly I've kind of just been born that way, but yeah, I've realized, so when I first came out here, it was called the 90 day blitz and I was like, dang, like, we're going to have to go like 13, 14, 15 hours a day or whatever it is, you wake up at six, you come back at until it's, I mean, pitch black. I used to literally knock my own neighborhood until it was literally pitch black. But yeah, I think that was huge for me. And I realized that I've kind of been blitzing for the last seven years. So yeah, I kind of just like trained myself to that and I didn't realize like, of course this is like more like physical or you're walking around, but I used to be on my computer for 12, 13 hours in college and high school or whatever it may be. So it definitely kind of like trained me just to kind of, of course bring it to the doors. Yeah.Speaker 1 (07:04):Yeah. I love that. And so yeah, at better, if, um, do you guys have like a, I dunno, a set schedule for your reps? Are you, you're talking about blitzes, do you guys do mostly Brit blitzes that better? Or how does the schedule work that you guys get your reps success over there?Speaker 2 (07:19):Yeah. Good question. So honestly like you you're on your own hours. Like no one really can like tell you exactly what to do. So we don't really have like a schedule, um, a lot of like team leaders or whatever may be, might make of course, like a blitz, like a two week blitz, three week blitz for like, of course their team and have like a cool goal or whatever may be like a competition. But a lot of it is just kinda like all self jammed, like work-based performance, like of course there's you get what you put out of it? Yeah.Speaker 1 (07:44):Okay. Yeah. Cause I'm noticing that a lot. Um, a lot of companies I've been with, they just have the typical, like, all right, guys, we're going to try to go out and work from, I dunno, three to seven today. It's kind of like the hours, but then what I've also seen with that is sometimes I get like mediocre results. Cause you're not doing like go hustle blitz. Everyone's just kind of trained. Okay. Let's try to get her, you know, one to two deals in the week, a hundred percent. If we work 20 hours on the doors or something, then we can probably get like one or two deals. Yeah. But especially recently effort from wat I guess, coming on the podcast is that they're really trying to do more. This blitz. You can get people to hit, you know, high numbers. So I think it's really cool is because if you do that, then a lot of times what I've seen on teams as reps limit themselves, like, okay, I'm going to work my 15 hours, whatever I'm the doors get like, I don't know, maybe four or five deals this month, which is great money.Speaker 1 (08:37):But what I think is really cool from guests, I'm hearing, okay, let's do like a three week blitz and then guys are hitting like, I don't know, maybe 15 deals. Whoa. That's crazy. I didn't know. That was possible. Yeah. So it's kind of less also breaking the mindset too, from what I've seen during the blitz and really like working more hours and they thought they could work and getting them out of the shell because yeah. I mean, I've kind of been in that, unfortunately I think it's time for me to do a blitz, but I've kind of been in the same thing, work three, four hours a day or at least knocked doors for four hours a day. I'm in San Diego. So I'm just working kind of local areas too. Yep. And so it's yeah, it's an easy trap to fall into is I'm just going to work like, you know, kind of, not the minimum, but minimum to get a couple of deals in a week and then not push myself further. So would you say that's a big thing for you guys to just um, or in anything you guys do to help reps just, I don't know, increase their potential and break past the limits, things like that. Yeah.Speaker 2 (09:29):100%. One thing that I do for like any type of my reps, like, um, so when I first started my team just cause I've only been in the industry for about say 15 months. So I brought four guys out, uh, probably my third month in and yeah, they were up at six o'clock I'd bang on their doors. Make sure that they're up, whether you're going to be reading meditating, of course, doing whatever that's going to get your mind. Right. Nine o'clock we'd have a morning meeting right after the morning meeting you're at the doors and you're not coming back until it's pitch black. There's no other way around it. Or is it going to be locked if you come back, you're not coming in. So sit in your car, do follow up whatever it is. But definitely like that was really, really beneficial. So I came in, his name was Andrew Zimmern, Betty.Speaker 2 (10:05):I came in, I lived with [inaudible] and that was big for me just to have like my routine of course down. And after that, like, yeah, like you're not going to waste your time. There's nothing worse than going to hit 200, 300 whatever. How many doors in a 10 hour period and just get nothing. So yeah, definitely just making sure like your health, like holding yourself accountable and everyone else, like being a leader, you got to lead from the front. If you're not doing results, why would I would really reps ever get results? So always pushing, like it's addictive. It's very, very addictive to push everyone else's paradigm, see like the results that you can bring to them and see, of course like when you do 60 ideals, anyone that does tens thinking, oh my gosh, like I got to get going. So it's the same thing with my team. And last, last month we did like 200 something like 200 deals as a, as a team, which is pretty coolSpeaker 1 (10:54):And credible. And yet you're what, you're 21, right chance 21 crazy say I'm here 28. And then like, man, these young hustlers coming out, it's funny, I'm on a team right now where at like my previous company as with a lot of us were like married guys and yeah. All right guys, let's close our deals, get back to their kids, whatever. But now I'm seeing these guys coming in like your age 21 and they're just like straight hustle.Speaker 2 (11:18):Right? Not as many distractions. Right. You don't have a full-time job at home with the kidsSpeaker 1 (11:22):Or whatever it may be. Yeah. Obviously you don't got, you know, wife, kid to give back to you, anything like that. Right. So I wish, I wish I would've been more like that when I was your age too though, is because like, even though I'm married now, I'm still probably working about the same as when I was like single and all that. Yeah. But if I get a go, if I could go back, I would have done like more blitz style when I had more time and I have like wife, whatever, to go back to your kids. Um, so for all like you young people listening, you young folks, not like me, 28, married and all that. I think that's a huge key push as hard as you right now, because trust me when you're married, when you have a kid and stuff, I mean, you're still gonna push, but it's not the same.Speaker 1 (11:58):Like you're not going to be able to push as hard. You still, still going to your bullets and stuff like that. But uh, I mean I'm already sleeping on them. Not like literally, but I'm already like in the doghouse sometimes with my wife, like I hate you putting too many hours this week, stuff like that. Right. So I think that's a big thing. Um, but yeah. So for you chance, like people you're training, um, do you ever get any pushback or is it like people you bring in, are you immediately saying, all right guys, we're blitzing like crazy or do you get pushback from guys? Like, cause I know obviously you're a straight killer out there working all these hours and like hitting massive things and all that. But what about for guys that aren't like you that come in, maybe they've never worked this hard in their lives. Um, anything else that you guys do to kind of like condition them to really hit big things and break those limits? Is it just kind of doing bootcamp style, like you said, or anything else that you guys?Speaker 2 (12:46):Yeah, I think like the biggest part is like setting the expectations straight right away. So, um, if they're getting pushed back or like, I don't see like them actually doing it, then I'm just not going to bring them out. So like I have a bunch of people that want to come out, but yeah, just making sure we're scaling, like of course, like a, a good pace and making sure where I can put a lot of time into these guys, but no there's really no pushback or anything like that, just because I tell them exactly how it's going to be. I tell them they have to get up at six and they're not gonna be able to come back. So they know that they're gonna be working 80 to 110 hour weeks. And that's literally the truth that month in August. Like literally I didn't have time to eat. So just being super busy and making sure that they are, and again, like that's my job. Like if they put the work in, I want to make sure that they like see a ton of results last month. Um, one of my top guys, Ryan testing her, he had like 28 deals. So it's definitely just shifting paradigms and yeah, everyone works really, really hard and yeah, we're just a big family. Yeah.Speaker 1 (13:40):That's awesome. And so let's get into a little bit like this huge month you had tell me, yeah. You talked about, you barely have time to eat in, obviously in the, you know, super busy, like 68 deals. I don't know how you do anything besides close deals. Um, literally, but yeah. Do you want to tell it, like, what was your schedule this month and did you kind of map it out? Yeah, yeah. Tell us about that. Oh, this came to be, yeah.Speaker 2 (14:02):So I mean, of course my goal is actually 70 for that month and I literally saw myself accountable. So I took a whiteboard and I literally broke down every single day and I just kept chasing myself if I'm behind, I gotta like catch up of course. But my schedule was of course I get up super early and since I do have guys, like, I seriously would not go to bed until like 12, um, going over like pitches wins. And of course, like voice memos, like you'reSpeaker 1 (14:25):Still managing a team while you're trying toSpeaker 2 (14:27):Live. Yeah. I live with 15 guys, so I brought in a whole entire squad. Um, we're actually in Orinda, California, but yeah, literally I was managing everyone and I went to Arizona. I was brand new market for me, which was definitely different. Um, but kinda crushed it there. I had 11 deals in four days there and then I ended up having to go to LA, um, which is a newer market for me as well. And I think I had like 14 deals in like five there. So yeah, just like adapting to whatever, like is put in front of you. And I did travel a lot, but it was pretty sick.Speaker 1 (14:58):Wow. That's awesome. So like 6:00 AM and then like you're talking about before is kind of like 6:00 AM then meaning at nine and then just like knocking her in Dale's still dark, dark,Speaker 2 (15:08):Basically a hundred percent. Yeah. And then I think like the most beneficial, like the, something that was really, really beneficial for me is a lot of times when people like get an appointment sad or like your time is so valuable, as I said before, but like, don't sit people out. Of course aren't worth your time. So I don't like force it anyone, like if I get, say I go get eight or nine calls in a day, like I'm probably saying only three or four of them. So I like that was super beneficial or don't like set appointments way out, same day or next day at all times. And yeah, your time is super, super valuable. Like I don't think I've ever sent an email with a proposal in my whole entire life. It's either you're going to sit with me or are you just not going to go solar with me?Speaker 1 (15:46):That's awesome. Yeah. No, I think that's a big thing. Especially new reps. I see they get kind of this, I dunno, we're rushed. They're having success when they get a lead and maybe, maybe they'll let them in the house and they're like chatting and stuff. But I know for me as a new rep, I would like get in the house with some old lady or whatever that wasn't even qualified for roofs, like wrecked. She has like zero credits, um, you know, on social security and all this stuff. And I like sweet. I just booked a solid appointment. She's letting me in. She's like telling me your whole life story. And then two hours later she's like, oh, by the way, a non-interest in solar have zero credit. I'm like all this stuff.Speaker 2 (16:21):Yeah. Just getting kind of all that stuff out of the way to start. And that, that is definitely like the most important part. A lot of people want to like set appointments that they just force it and they kind of waste an hour and a half, like an hour and a half on the doors. That's that's real are leads. So super, super important just to balance your time. And again, like, know that your time is that valuable in this industry? It's crazy. Like I always like to look at it as like an Easter egg hunt, right? Like literally you're just looking for golden eggs. So gain like the hardest people, like the hardest people look you out are the easiest to close. So yeah. And then of course like simple is better. So I don't really like talk about the product as much. Like I attach myself to the deal and from there, like it's really, really simple.Speaker 2 (17:01):You got dumbed down the deal, I'm big into analogies and just really putting into perspective on, I only can help your situation. This is something you've already been paying for. Like, all you do is you just pay a lower bill and that's kind of where it comes down to. And after that, like once it clicks or you get like that one objection or they like spilled the beans on why they didn't do it in the past and why it didn't make sense in the past. That's where you just actually tee that thing up and hit a home run.Speaker 1 (17:25):Yeah. I love that. And now I think those are super key to, um, just helping people dumb it down as in as simple as possible. I think the most successful guys I've seen in the industry are breaking it down. So basically like a third grader could understand it so simple. Like how could you not do it? Absolutely. Oh yeah. Tell me, do you have any, uh, specific analogies you use that you feel like you help a ton as you're sitting in homes? Yeah, justSpeaker 2 (17:49):Like a lot of the times, like even it's on a door most of the time like that, I really like dumb it down to them. But one thing that I always like to say is like, so of course, like they're already renting their power and now they get to own it for nothing on their pocket. But then I just like put it into perspective on like things that they actually own. Like you probably own this house. Right. And they go, yup. Probably on your car. Yup. I'll commute on your power. Pretty contradicting. You get to own your power for less than you already renting it for, for nothing out of your pocket. You literally could have $0, your name to do this. My mom always says when it sounds too good to be true, it usually is right. What's the catch there. Isn't one. And that's why I moved all the way from Antarctic, Wisconsin for this. Do you get your bill online or in the mail?Speaker 1 (18:30):The assumption love it. And that's awesome. Um, ask you. Yeah. And so like for guys, uh, another thing I was going to ask you a chance, um, especially for newer reps, like I've seen just recognize someone that's super qual qualified versus someone that could be possibly a waste of time. And when you close these 60 deals, I'm sure you had to be like, you know, super, super good with your time. So how did you recognize, like maybe someone's going to be waste of time or like filter all these people they're going to be felt credits or they weren't good leads. How do you filter out the holes and just spend your time with as many good prospectsSpeaker 2 (19:04):That's possible? Yeah. Good question. Honestly, I usually like kind of qualify them on the door. Um, I asked them questions after like get the bill and everything, like start talking about like them talk about myself for a little bit. And then after that, like if I see like something that may be a concern, like a roof or whatever it may be, I kind of get it out of the way, but what I usually do, and I dunno if this is like the best strategy I, it works for me eyes. I always just double book appointments. So ones that are like iffy or like, um, maybe they won't sit cause it was like a one-legged or whatever. It may be. Alice have two appointments. So I get to pick two, one doesn't show the other one's going to show. So that was something that I always like, felt like was really, really beneficial, but all our part two is just mapping out your schedule. So before I go out to Tara for out to of course, knock, I always have like my schedule plan. So like there on my time, I'm not on theirs. So making sure that I'm not putting an appointment right in the middle of the day, all my appointments would be at like 4 30, 6, 7 30 and nine. So that's where I always would do I have four appointments, I got to fill them. And that's what of course leaves you open for some same days. But yeah, that, that definitely works for me, um, at almost always. So yeah.Speaker 1 (20:10):Yeah. I like that. Yeah. I don't feel this in the grant cartoon much, but it talks about like new problems. It's good to have new problems. Right. Like double booking appointments. That's a problem. Right. But it's like, like, especially in solar, how many appointments fall through or stuff happens. Right. So I think, especially if you're trying to do volume like that, you gotta have like some deployments just stacked all day. Absolutely laying them up. And so for our doubters out there chance tells like how many of these were self Jan's? Um, like, I don't know. It's almost like a little bit of the stats forSpeaker 2 (20:40):Yeah. They were like almost all self gen. So, I mean like in Arizona, like that 11, um, was also of gen I one the days in California at six same days and our dad five same days and those are all door knocks. Um, and so Cal I had those 14, those were self gen, but yeah, like almost all of them, herself, Jen, of course I have to help some of my teammates like out, um, if they ever need like help on a deal, but a lot of times, like I'm always rescheduled in my appointments for it. So it's kind of like a sacrifice, but of course, like their production is more important to me than mine. So yeah, for sure.Speaker 1 (21:12):Yeah. That's a good mindset to have. And then how many, uh, at a little 60 for Lozar Blanco, bro, he probably had like 40 of those cancers come to St. John'sSpeaker 2 (21:21):When you think you can look at my commission summary. Um, now I've probably had like transparently. I probably had like six to eight, cancel, maybe nine. Um, and I mean, sometimes you just can't control it. Two of them were after the sites for it came out, the roof didn't qualify and they didn't want to do a reroof, but that's just the honest, transparent truth, but people can think whatever they want, I guess. Right. Yeah. You can shadow me on the door thenSpeaker 1 (21:43):That's seriously. We all go out the mouth. It's more video footage. Yeah. But no, that's still incredible. I mean 10% was at 10% or something maybe. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. Appreciate that. Super incredible. Um, so yeah, but no, I like how you're still rep focused. Like most guys they're hitting huge numbers. I see like, all right guys, I'm not going to take any deals. I'm not like focused on anything and they just have to go all in. But the fact that you did this all while still like leading a team and training guys and still going to other people's deals and that makes it, uh, you know, even more incredible. It was crazy. Yeah. Um, what did your guys think when you hit this really? Like, just like, like blown away orSpeaker 2 (22:24):Not really? Um, or they saw,Speaker 1 (22:26):You said you hit been hitting some big numbers.Speaker 2 (22:28):Yeah. I was hitting like a lot of big numbers before and like I was really like rep focused then like a lot of times when you have new reps and they don't know exactly like what's a really good appointment or wherever it may be like there I'm sitting with people that would know show or I'm driving an hour just to go to an appointment that doesn't sit or whatever it may be. And I would still do like 40 some or whatever it may be. But yeah, a lot of my guys weren't really surprised. Like I set that goal in our morning meeting and I kind of like spoke it into existence. I like just telling someone or the team what I'm going to do. And then I already put it out to the world, so I have to do it otherwise I make a fool out of myself. SoSpeaker 1 (23:03):Yeah. That's awesome. And yeah. So like leading up to that, you had a few months, you were saying before we started this a few months at like 40, right. And yeah. And then you just like anything that led to you wanting to like hit 70 or just like, I'm just want to have a massive month and just go all out. I think the,Speaker 2 (23:18):I guess part is I didn't have like a brand new like waiver recruits. So a lot of these guys have been out here for like two months beforehand or two and a half months I would say. So like they were kind of on their own doing all like solo production where then I really got to like blitz on my own. Okay. So that was nice. And of course, like I had some people, like they I'd knock with a couple of people just for fun. Um, just cause they always like to knock with me and I always like to get some deals from, so yeah, again, like very unselfish. Like I love, literally change other people's lives. That's the most important part to me. And like, that's my why. And so the more people I can bring out, the more differences in life, second change, like that's a big, big win.Speaker 2 (23:56):It's not even about the dollar science, not about the deals, not about the numbers, nothing like that. It's about really just like of course, like switching their paradigm and changing their lives and their family's lives. And that's why my why's like to have a billion dollars to make a bit like a billion differences. So it kind of goes back to like smile, be clothing for every order we get, we donate a t-shirt to a child in the hospital. So yeah. So I've always just been a big giver. My mom's always taught me that and we used to sacrifice our Christmases for other people's Christmases. So it really is just like, that's the coolest part about this industry is like, we only can help someone out, literally every single house that you see. It makes sense for them unless they sit in the dark with like a flashlight. Right. They're going to have a high enough electric bill. Yeah,Speaker 1 (24:33):Yeah, yeah, no, I think it's yeah. All the successful people. I know they have sort of that same mindset and Hey, you probably read some of those books, you know, like the Zig Ziglar, Zig Ziglar and you know, greatest salesman in the world. It's not their book. And that's something that key points of it is like the more you can care about other people, the more you're going to get back, the more deals you're going to get back in your life. Absolutely. So big key. I think Fran, when Jane have success, don't like, look at it. How many people can you serve this this month? How many people can you help? How many lives can you change? And uh, I think that's, there's a big thing speaking to in existence. Do you like your saying? Absolutely. Um, and so yeah, another question I just thought of too, like you mentioned, you're double booking appointments, things like that. So let's say you have you show up to one, they sit then the other one. What do you do with the other one? I just show them what time.Speaker 2 (25:20):Yeah. It's true. My texts really quick and say like, Hey, my meeting's going a little bit longer than already. Like of course it plans to say, I didn't have an appointment after the seven o'clock work or seven o'clock probably will work for you. Right. And then after like a lot of times, or I can just reschedule it for like the next morning, like 8:00 AM or at late night, again, like nine o'clock, eight o'clock. So I always like to set up appointments early, early morning or late at night. So I always want to keep that window where I can go hit some doors. Yeah. Okay. Pipelines always got before.Speaker 1 (25:46):Yeah. That's awesome. And so yeah, for, uh, same days, how, yeah. Um, to go into a little bit of like your clothes, how long would you say your typical clothes works? And what's kind of like your closing process, if you don't mind sharing?Speaker 2 (25:59):Um, honestly I would say my typical clothes is like 30 to 35 minutes. Okay. So I get to the numbers, um, probably in like five minutes and after the numbers, I'm probably getting to the forms in 20 minutes tops. So keeping it really simple, like we were already talking about, but yeah, when you keep it simple, like once you're like a lot of people like to overexplain the deal and you're just shooting yourself in the foot and you're over analytical then of course like you keep telling him all this like nonsense then of course they're going to say, yeah, I might need to do some more research instead. You're just paying a lower bill. Hopefully don't have a problem with building equity in your property, owning your power instead of renting it. And that will be good. So yeah. That's like how long my closing takes, but yeah, I've talked about like a couple of main points right away.Speaker 2 (26:40):Um, probably like for five minutes, just like information, um, just to give me like a better feel. What's your biggest concern? What's your biggest goal? Have you ever looked in going solar? And a lot of people, what they do is like they, oh, my biggest concern is I don't want to lease my power. I don't want to pay anything out of pocket. Like, yeah. I wouldn't want to either. And I keep going and I want to use all of that as ammo. Like once I get to like the numbers, after that, I can just tee up whatever, like of course there, my biggest concern was, and that's how I go right into my clothes. Really like harping on the things that they're concerned about. And then from there keeping it simple. It's just like, this is an absolute, no brainer. Nice.Speaker 1 (27:13):So, so you don't go, like, I don't know. What about for people that are like have checked out solar are more analytical, things like that. Do you change your presentation much? Or is it pretty much the same with what those guys do? I go chance we've gotten like four quotes now. Like just show me the numbers, whatever.Speaker 2 (27:29):Yeah. So I'll never go right to the numbers no matter what. Um, I always just tell them like, we'll get to your number. So like, if they say like they have three or four quotes or whatever, it may be right away. What I'll always say is like, okay, like I'm going to keep away from the whole entire, like sales spiel. But I do want to go over like, like a couple of things. We'll take two minutes, we'll get right to your numbers. Absolute like that. They're actually open-minded. But a lot of times, even when people get quotes, they don't even know what like net energy metering is or whatever, how everything works. And then they ask that and literally just like kills like your momentum and the deal. Yeah. So that's something where I get everything on the way they have to have full understanding before I show them their numbers. After of course the numbers are going to make sense. I'll tell them why we're different. And then from there I'm going to reach the close.Speaker 1 (28:08):Nice. Nice. So it sounds like even before you even get an appointment, it sounds like they already kind of pretty good, pretty good idea of like how the process works, how the solar works and like, like with your analogies, things like that. Cause you don't, you don't get into a ton of like descriptive stuff in the presentation. A lot of that stuff they know before.Speaker 2 (28:25):Yeah. Um, they know like a lot of things, like, I don't really like get into like equipment as much. Of course I'll tell them like how many like modules I have and I'll tell them like the brand of the inverter, but from there, just like, honestly I could put a stuffed animal on your roof. And since he ever preferred like a production or performance guarantee, like either he doesn't matter, like the system's going to produce. So that's where like I kind of stay away from that kind of stuff. But yeah, I kind of get right to the numbers right away. And then it's just going for the clothes. But honestly their clothes, every, almost every single time I sit down with.Speaker 1 (28:56):Yeah. The big part is just your mindset. I can tell you, like I can tell just from the way you're talking, like every deal you sit in, it's like, you're, you're telling yourself they're close. As soon as a slam dunkSpeaker 2 (29:06):Every, every time. Like if you have any doubt or like any doubt in your mind that you're going to a deal and they're not going to close, like yeah, you just spoke that into existence. Every single time I go to a door or every single time I go to like a meeting. Yeah. Like my number one, like my mindset slurry, just like you're closed. Yeah. Like yesterday, like for instance, both of my people were like, yeah, we're just looking around. Um, we're not gonna sign any papers. And after him, I was just like, you know, tell me that in about 45 minutes, buddy. Exactly.Speaker 1 (29:34):Yeah. It's a Champion's mindset and every high producer has exact same mindset that you have, um, take taking their McCarthy. Um, yeah. He came on the show and he's seen a lot of the same stuff that you said, it's like this one's going to close a hundred percent, a hundred percent. This one's closed. He'd snapped him as he's walking up to the doorstep. Absolutely. Just based on stuff. So it's like, he's speaking in existence. You have that. And then yeah. Another thing that, uh, I can grant Cardone talks about too, you're just looking at, um, stuff that they've already bought. It's like they were bought this nice car. They already bought a house like white, white shouldn't they buy their electricity. Why shouldn't they own their lectures direct. Yeah. They're not going to do it. Yeah.Speaker 2 (30:08):Yeah. Literally rather like you're already paying for it, you know, literally just makes no sense not to do it. Yeah. So,Speaker 1 (30:16):And so if you're, that's another key for our solar printers listening, if you're not like a hundred percent sold on your product and a hundred percent sold that you're helping people out a ton and just like, don't have that complete confidence, just figure out a way to get that. Cause that's going to be the difference maker. Like probably for you. I'm going to guess that like when you first started, you closed, you said you closed 16 deals, right? Yeah. You probably know new, barely anything. It's the lawyer at that point, right.Speaker 2 (30:40):At you, 70% of the company better earth. And that was more about sorta to me stale. So yeah, literally you don't have to get like super descriptive and it makes sense. So that's all it matters.Speaker 1 (30:52):Yeah. Yeah. So that's the mindset you got to have for our listeners. Figure out a way to develop that and that's going to help you have this success theater trying to hit for sure. And so at chance, tell us, um, like for people that are having a high cancellation, I know that's another thing we deal with. Sometimes that a lot of reps, especially in California, it's been hit so hard. There's like so many comparisons, anything you do that helps to have like have so many of these push through and actually go to install. Yeah.Speaker 2 (31:18):I mean, there's always like a couple of things it's always different. Like for every like situation, but one thing maybe like take a picture of the homeowner Senate right after, just to like, of course, like when they go to your text messages, like they see them smiling. But another thing too is like, stay at the house, like build value with them. Like they can't like think you're actually selling something. So if I put a girl Pearl on my body, every single time that I do in FC, after I leave it, literally we're friends. So it's not like, oh, thank you for helping with the solar. It's just like, thanks brother. You're the man. You know? Like that's just kind of how it is. And it's just like, I always like put it into perspective, like talk to people like they're your best friend? Like your parents' best friend.Speaker 2 (31:52):Yeah. So doing that, it's just like, your tonality is not sales. Like my tonality and the FC is just like this. I sit back, relax, whatever it may be. But yeah, I think the biggest part is of course like do follow up, but don't do too much. And with it, take a picture with them at the very end. So they always have that. And then in our thing I was to do is just of course, like we still got to make sure the site is going to qualify too. So if the site doesn't qualify, like literally you're Sol you know, then you're stuck with PGNE. But as long as you don't have a problem with paying a lower bill, bill and equity, and of course using more electricity instead of chucking it down the gutter every month, like, man, this makes sense. Right. Nice. Yeah, absolutely. And then from there, yeah. Then I'll maybe bring up a testimonial, provide them with a reference if they really need it, but you always have like that feel. But a lot of times, like the people that I have, like QL a lot of times are people like no one else really like will QL. So it's clearly new to them. Qualified lead. Yeah.Speaker 1 (32:45):Yeah. Okay. No, that's helpful. And so you're saying you're taking a picture with them and then texting it to the homeowner right after and just seeing like congrats, something like that.Speaker 2 (32:53):Yeah, absolutely. You can't wait to start saving your wallet in the planet. Nice. Let's get to it, you know, and then with it, other than that too, sounded like a $5 Venmo. Here's a taste of your solar savings, whatever it may be. Yeah.Speaker 1 (33:03):That's cool. That's big. And yeah, a lot of people, uh, you know, do the videos. I mean video picture, that's a big thing. That's been a game changer too is because you can get like a video or a picture. Um, I mean, especially if they're explaining back to you, like why solar is a good thing. Yup. Like sums in hell with me. Hey, let's grab a quick video. Just tell me like, if you like the experience, whatever, it's be like 30 seconds. Yeah, yeah. Absolutely. Like, sure. And then they're having to sell me again on why they even wanted to go like solar in the first place. Yep, absolutely. So, yeah, that's huge. And then like, um, another big thing you're seeing are same day appointments. So I get a lot of questions asked about that from people I go, how do you, I think that's kind of a newer thing. I didn't like when I first started in the floor, no one that I knew of was doing same day appointments. Yeah.Speaker 2 (33:47):That was the same thing with better earth. My first starting to, we were definitely a lot smaller and I remember people were posting like same-day Q or something like that. And when I first started, but um, same days and everything, like, it's not too difficult. Like of course, like make sure like both decision makers are there, even if they're not like a one-liner and everything, like, they're not hard, but with it, like, I always just like say, Hey, I'm going to send this over to our engineers. We'll be back in 30 minutes. You're free. Right. Yep. Okay, cool. And I just go right back. Um, every single time I don't really like same, like knock it and go right in. I do that sometimes, but a lot of times, like, I want to be like, Hey, I'm actually going to take about 30 to 45 minutes to drop your custom plan.Speaker 2 (34:22):So it doesn't look like I just like put these panels on their roof. Where the heck did you just get your numbers? It like makes it look like I put a lot more time into their plan. So that's why I do that. Um, I realized like, and then of course, like I'll send them like give them like the website. They can look at like this little training course, just so they have a better feel for it. And then I come back and like, they're somewhat knowledgeable about it. Or they looked at our reviews or testimonials or whatever it may be. Okay. But I don't get business cards or anything like that.Speaker 1 (34:47):Yeah. That's I think a big camp scene dues, just like there's something Missy did you're Hey, you're going to be, you'll be here 30 minutes. Right. Someone will take me. Cause like, especially reps that I see newer reps, I'm training and stuff like that. I go, what am I getting? Not getting same days. They're going. They never free. But the way they're asking me is like, Hey, are you guys going to be here? Like here? But like notice the difference. You're just like, you're, you'll be here 30 minutes. Right. We'll be right back with it. Absolutely. That most people are going to be here if that's the only option in their mind. Right. Cause you didn't saySpeaker 2 (35:16):Right. And then also like of course, like put it like bill and scarcely behind it. Like we're only picking out two more homes than the zip code. So like, this is a big opportunity. Like again, I don't want to waste your time. I don't want to waste my time. But like hopefully you guys are on the right rate schedule. If you're not. Or if it's like this doesn't make sense. I'll just shoot you a text and say, Hey, this is not going to work for you. But I'm actually meeting with the Benson's like four homes down. You probably even know them. They always walk the German shepherd at seven. But with that, I'm actually going to be back at seven or eight, which one works best. And just like a multiple choice answer. Like they have to pick one of them. It's not your, or you forget seven. Now they can make any excuse. You know, like now I have to go to my kid's game or whatever it may be. Yeah.Speaker 1 (35:54):Yeah. That's awesome. And then you get the takeaway in there too. Only picking two more homes in the zip code on the street, um, are big, so chance, some awesome stuff. You've been, uh, Sharon Yan. I can see why you're having success. It's just like all these little things, nothing like crazy think people think they're going to hear some crazy lanes you're using her. Um, some of the same, but really I think it just comes down to you're working more hours than I think probably anyone has in a month. And so it was like, I don't know. Do you, do you have an idea of how many doors you knocked or how many total hours you put in that month? If you had to guess?Speaker 2 (36:28):I mean like doors are knocked like a lot hours, a ridiculous amount. Like seriously. Like I didn't do anything fun, you know? Like I just worked and like, I love doing that. And I wanted, like I told myself, I want 70, I fall short by two, but yeah, it was a ridiculous month, but honestly I'd say doors wise, I don't really have to hit like a crazy amount of doors. It sounds like kind of dumb, whatever it may be. But yeah, I really don't have to hit that main doors. Like with Ryan, like testing her, we went and knocked and I think we knocked for probably 45 minutes and we had four same days and like, um, but yeah, like when you, when you said that too, it's just like, yeah, everything's super simple. The biggest part about anything is just attaching yourself to the deal.Speaker 2 (37:09):Like if it was the company there, there's a reason why reps have four and one has 40 or one has 10. Someone has 60, whatever it may be. It literally just comes down to your conviction and how much you believe in the product and how much you believe in yourself. Once those two things add up and they're in line, there is no reason you can't like double or triple your production that you're doing right now. And so that's the biggest part. And that's the thing that I knew I could control. It was like how hard I'm going to work. And every single day, like there's not one person like out there that will outwork me. And I work when others don't I knock when others don't and that's why you get those results. But yeah, it's super simple, but yeah, just dumbing down the deal, keeping it, like you literally could tell, like tell us like a third grade and they would do it. You know? So honestly that is something like I found myself likeSpeaker 1 (37:56):Pretty good at it. Yeah. No, no doubt about that. And I mean, in your you're working like zero days off in the month, right? Third 30 days, same schedule 6:00 AM till dark every day for that month. So usually every daySpeaker 2 (38:09):And that's, that's the truth. I mean, sometimes like of course, like around the holidays or maybe there's a day. Um, but like when it comes to a blitz, like my first 90 days I did not take one day off. Yeah.Speaker 1 (38:20):Yeah. And so like with your guys' blitzes, um, cause I mean that's crapped on hours that guys are working, so I'm sure, you know, guys, when you do your blitzes, you're working straight hard, but yet for you, do you have anything like to re kind of rejuvenate yourself or you get yourself back in the flow? Cause um, I mean, I don't think you're gonna work that day. That schedule, I would see like 365 for sure. In a year, but like what do you do on your off days? Let's say your months, you're not trying to hit 70 anything you do to kind of like refresh yourself and yeah. Get yourself back back to new, to do another blitz or anything. Yeah. That'sSpeaker 2 (38:54):Um, on my off days and everything, like, I'm still like doing a lot of personal development, like helping everyone else, but maybe I'll go hit the links. Maybe I'll go get a round of golf. And um, I really don't golf much anymore. I used to work at a country club back home. So I used to golf every day when I was like in high school. But, or like in the summer days, like I used to play a little bit of golf, just free golf, but yeah, maybe like going out to dinner with some of the guys, um, like top producers hanging out with some friends like here and with that, like honestly, like it doesn't really feel like a job just because my house is like a college house. It seems like, well, we just all have like that same mindset where it's not like drinking and stuff. Like no one drinks in her house. Like of course, like we'll have one night out or whatever it may be in a month. Yeah. But yeah, it's just like everyone just surround yourself with people that have the same mindset and like gets fun.Speaker 1 (39:43):15 dudes you got now it's yeah. It's aSpeaker 2 (39:45):Pretty big house, but it definitely got a little more crammed with, so we're actually splitting back up. So like two Airbnb's. Okay.Speaker 1 (39:51):That's awesome. Well, good stuff, man. Will a chance. Yeah, you're crushing it. Dude ends. We appreciate your having on the podcast before you kind of start wrapping up here. Do you want to tell guys where anything can kind of connect with you more or find you on social media and all that good stuff? Yeah.Speaker 2 (40:04):Yeah. My Instagram is chance Pran. So C H a N C E P R O N. And that's kinda like my main thing. So yeah. Find me on Instagram or you can file smile, be clothing on Instagram, wherever it works for me. But yeah. Anyone on this podcast appreciate you guys listening. And from there, like if you guys ever have any questions or interested in having like mentorship, wherever may be like, you guys can always reach me there. Yeah.Speaker 1 (40:27):Yeah. He'll probably be on the doors when you hit him up. Probably. Huh? Maybe it'll take a couple minutes. It's funny. That's incredible, dude. And um, yeah. For your clothing, do you guys, uh, do you want to tell us a little bit about your clothing stuff? Is that a like, well door knockers, like this clothing or you got any ed door knocking gear or anything like that yet?Speaker 2 (40:44):Yeah. I mean like smile big, like your solar savings. Get it like for like, of course, like a family, um, on install day. I mean literally and your smile is contagious, so yeah, like, honestly it's it's playful brand. It gets pretty sick. Like it's all comfy clothes, all the best like materials I used, I went to Las Vegas to make sure I got all the best materials. It's all American made. But yeah, I honestly, I think like our clothing is literally good for anyone, any age, any gender, whatever it may be.Speaker 1 (41:12):And it's your customers or anything like that? She saw the sun smiling or something. Yeah.Speaker 2 (41:17):Or shirt on smile big. But yeah, a lot of that stuff, like I had designed all of it and definitely being able to put a lot more capital into it and we got a lot of big things coming, so hopefully everyone will follow along. Yeah.Speaker 1 (41:27):Oh cool man. So just before we wrap up here, what's next for you, man? You, you trying to hit past that goal or surpass your goal or any big thingsSpeaker 2 (41:34):We've got coming. So I took like the new position with better earth. So now I'm like the VP of sales. And um, honestly, like right now I'm going to be kind of going back and forth to Arizona. So Cal Norco with my team and of course like training a lot more people in the company. Definitely like my number one goal is to have every single person on my team, in the company to one beat the record, but to everyone needs to get into double digits. So that's kind of what I'm going to be focusing on. Yeah. Like I'll probably end up like having a lot of deals, but I'm going to do a lot of stuff where I'm not going with them trying to like, of course, like shift paradigms and make sure that they're going to be financially free as well. I mean, that's literally the most important part for me. So yeah, after that. Yeah. Maybe one, one of those months, I'll try to break it, but from there, I'm going to make sure that I can keep focusing on my guys. Yeah.Speaker 1 (42:17):That's awesome. So, yeah, I don't, I think that record or stand for a little bit for our listeners, I guess, let us know if you hear of anyone that's creeping up close and then we'll tell chance, say, man, you gotta, you gotta up there.Speaker 2 (42:28):If someone is someone broke it though, then, then yes, next month, the month that I'm going to go get it. Okay. Yeah.Speaker 1 (42:33):We'll be in touch, but I cool. It's a chance. Appreciate you coming on the show. And then last question. Do you have any, like, I dunno, final words or anything like for a newer rep that you, uh, would want to leave with them before we end here? Yeah.Speaker 2 (42:47):At work every single person, like do the personal development, listen to yourself on like voice memos. Like sometimes like you're always gonna be saying like a word that you don't even notice. It's just like your unconscious competence. So that's one thing. Another thing that I always just like to say to you is just like, stay level-headed like, again, control what you can like control you. Can't control who's behind that door, but you can control your mindset. So every like the doors are just a game. So honestly, my number one thing was keep the door open as long as possible that any other rep couldn't. So that's one thing for me that was really, really beneficial. But the other part too is just having that conviction. You gotta be able to find like that passion behind the product and you have to believe in yourself and literally attach yourself to the deal. If you see like your FCS or like your closings going about like an hour, hour and 15 hour and 30. Yeah. Shorten that up. Literally shorten it up. I promise you, you will see a lot more results. Yeah.Speaker 1 (43:37):Love that whole cool chance. So yeah, Solarpreneurs make sure you're keeping it super simple and make sure you're outworking anyone. Cause that's really what it takes to succeed at the level of that. I'm sure you want to hit in the industry. It's what Coby Bryan was dealing. So Michael Jordan, all the greats they're putting in the hours and they're combining an app with their SQL and then that's how we're going to have success. So thanks again, chance for coming on. We'll keep in touch and make sure you hit them up. Let them know. You're grateful for him coming on the show today and we will talk with everyone soon. Appreciate it, man. ThanksSpeaker 2 (44:07):So much, Taylor. Appreciate you bro.Hey, Solarpreneurs quick question. What if you could surround yourself with the industry's top performing sales pros, marketers, and CEOs, and learn from their experience and wisdom in less than 20 minutes a day. 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We'll see you on the inside.

Demand Gen Visionaries
The Marketing Return on Investment You Never Knew You Needed with William Tyree, CMO of Revenue.io

Demand Gen Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 40:20


“Make a really good case for having your most experienced SDRs handling your inbound leads. That's going to make the biggest difference ever in terms of the return on your marketing investment.” — William Tyree-------------Episode Timestamps:*(2:30) - How William first got into demand gen*(3:00) - William's current role as CMO of revenue.io*(4:10) - The Trust Tree*(8:35) - How William's marketing team is structured*(15:30) - William's 3 most uncuttable budget items*(17:25) - How Revenue.io's podcast became to be and how they think about rich media*(26:27) - Why LinkedIn marketing is a game changer*(28:40) - Rebranding from ringDNA to Revenue.io *(32:22) - William's favorite campaign*(33:40) - William's biggest learning experience from a past campaign*(32:27) - How William views Revenue.io's website*(36:15) - The Dust-Up*(38:10) - Quick Hits SponsorDemand Gen Visionaries is brought to you by Qualified.com, the #1 Conversational Marketing platform for companies that use Salesforce and the secret weapon for Demand Gen pros. The world's leading enterprise brands trust Qualified to instantly meet with buyers, right on their website, and maximize sales pipeline. Visit Qualified.com to learn more. LinksThe Sales Enablement Podcast with Andy Paul Connect with William on LinkedInFollow William on TwitterFollow Ian on TwitterConnect with Ian on LinkedInwww.caspianstudios.com

Podcast 1289
6th Annual Halloween Spooktacular - Qualified I-Boo-nity: Ghost Cops

Podcast 1289

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 55:21


Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone
Billionaires Are Not Morally Qualified To Shape Human Civilization

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 5:35


Human civilization is being engineered in myriad ways by an unfathomably wealthy class who are so emotionally and psychologically stunted that they refuse to end world hunger despite having the ability to easily do so. Reading by Tim Foley.

Rewriting Hollywood
Scott Aharoni and Dennis Latos: Oscar-qualified 'Leylak' Film, Frontline Workers During the Pandemic

Rewriting Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 39:29


Jared Milrad interviews co-directors Scott Aharoni and Dennis Latos about their Oscar-eligible film, LEYLAK, which was filmed during the height of the pandemic. Recognized by the Tribeca Film Festival with the Special Jury Prize and by over 25 festivals worldwide, LEYLAK is about an immigrant gravedigger, a frontline worker, whose close relationship with his young daughter arrives at a perilous and traumatic moment that will alter their lives forever. Scott and Dennis discuss their approach to social impact filmmaking and why they decided to tell this moving story.

Anna Faris Is Unqualified
Qualified with April Beyer Episode 1

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 51:33


In this special episode, April Beyer is back as Anna's co-host with more “qualified” advice and guidance. Anna and April's first call is with a listener who is being asked to choose sides when a couple in her friend group beaks-up. Next they talk with a young woman who doesn't know how to deal with her sister's husband and his inappropriate behavior. If you have a question and would like to talk with Anna, please reach out! Go to: unqualified.com/talk-with-annaOrder Dealbreakers now. On sale wherever books are sold.Please subscribe to Anna Faris is Unqualified on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media:Instagram @UnqualifiedTwitter @UnqualifiedFacebook @Anna Faris is UnqualifiedMusic by: Mondo Cozmo @mondocozmoProducers: Michael Barrett, Rob Holysz, Jeph Porter, Kasper SelvigResearcher: Margot BarrettProduction Services: Rabbit Grin Productions rabbitgrinproductions.comDistributed by: Simplecast

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά
Panathinaikos qualified for the "16" of the Greek Cup - Εκτός έδρας νίκη μετά από 8,5 μήνες για τον Παναθηναϊκό

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 4:50


Panathinaikos prevailed over Atromitos 1-0 in the game between them for the 5th phase of the Greek Cup in Peristeri and secured the qualification to the "16". - Την πρόκριση στους «16» του Κυπέλλου Ελλάδας εξασφάλισε ο Παναθηναϊκός πανηγυρίζοντας την πρώτη του εκτός έδρας νίκη μετά από 8,5 μήνες.

Novogradac
Oct. 26, 2021: Neighborhood Homes Tax Credit Qualified Allocation Plans

Novogradac

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021


If enacted as proposed, the Neighborhood Homes Tax Credit would make about $2 billion in annual tax credit authority available nationwide. In this week's Tax Credit Tuesday podcast, Michael Novogradac, CPA, and Novogradac housing policy consultant Mark Shelburne discuss considerations for state allocating agencies as they prepare for potential enactment of the Neighborhood Homes Tax Credit. They discuss Neighborhood Homes Tax Credit basics, how the incentive compares and contrasts with the low-income housing tax credit, issues for allocating agencies to consider about administration and next steps for allocating agencies, developers and investors.

Demand Gen Visionaries
The ABM Stack That Wins with Kyle Lacy, SVP of Marketing at Seismic

Demand Gen Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 36:16


“A very important part of demand gen is the alignment between marketing, product, sales, and customer service.” — Kyle Lacy--------------Episode Timestamps:*(2:00) - How Kyle got started in demand gen*(2:55) - Kyle's current role at Seismic as SVP of Marketing*(3:53) - The Trust Tree*(6:10) - Selling to sales teams*(7:50) - What getting acquired is like and what changed from Lessonly to Seismic *(13:20) - Playbook - Kyle's most uncuttable budget items*(15:10) - Digging into SEO strategies Kyle uses*(18:40) - The ABM stack that wins*(22:50) - How Kyle views the company website*(24:55) - Kyle's favorite campaign*(26:15) - A strategy or tactics Kyle is not trying again*(28:55) - The Dust Up*(31:30) - Quick Hits SponsorDemand Gen Visionaries is brought to you by Qualified.com, the #1 Conversational Marketing platform for companies that use Salesforce and the secret weapon for Demand Gen pros. The world's leading enterprise brands trust Qualified to instantly meet with buyers, right on their website, and maximize sales pipeline. Visit Qualified.com to learn more. LinksConnect with Kyle on LinkedInFollow Kyle on TwitterFollow Ian on TwitterConnect with Ian on LinkedInwww.caspianstudios.com

The Constitution Study podcast
289 - Qualified Tyranny

The Constitution Study podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 14:28


Governments protecting their own with mock trial is nothing new. When our Founding Fathers published the Declaration of Independence, they listed 27 specific grievances against the king, including: For protecting [the military], by a mock Trial, from punishment for any Murders which they should commit on the Inhabitants of these States: Today courts are protecting law enforcement by mock trial from punishment for violating the law and our rights based solely on their opinion of what is "clearly established statutory or constitutional rights". The Supreme Court recently opined on two cases where the question of a law enforcement officer's "qualified immunity" was in question. But we really have to ask ourselves two questions. First, is it constitutional to provide government officials special treatment under the law? Second, do the courts have the legal authority to determine when "statutory or constitutional rights" have been established?

Growing Your Firm | Strategies for Accountants, CPA's, Bookkeepers , and Tax Professionals
Recruiting Expert Reveals How to Attract 50X More Qualified Job Applicants

Growing Your Firm | Strategies for Accountants, CPA's, Bookkeepers , and Tax Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 45:10


I'm the CEO of Padgett Business Services, one of North America's largest tax, accounting and payroll advisory firms serving the specific needs of small businesses. I'm also extremely proud to be a Co-Founder and former CEO of Accountingfly, which is helping accounting teams solve their talent challenges by hiring U.S. based remote accountants. I live in my hometown of Pensacola, FL. Alum of Trilogy Software, Scient, American Express and Monster.com. Learn more at GoingConcern.com and Accountingfly.com

Retirement Answer Man
Retirement Tax Management: The Tax Toolbox

Retirement Answer Man

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 44:28


Are you worried that you won't be able to live the life of your dreams in retirement? This is one of the main issues facing many people on the cusp of retirement. That's why I created the Retirement Answer Man Show. I want to help you find the confidence to truly rock retirement. One way that you can become more confident in your retirement plan is by utilizing the tax planning tools that are available to you. Andy Panko from Tenon Financial is here to help you identify all the tools available in your tax toolbox. Press play to open up your tax toolbox and see what is inside. Opening your tax toolbox  Before you can pick up a tool from the tax toolbox you must start with a broad understanding of your tax situation both now and in the future. This means that you'll have to do some educated guessing to figure out what your future tax situation will be. Projecting your tax situation out 10 or 20 years down the road won't be an exact science, so don't try to make it so. More accuracy doesn't mean more precision in future tax planning; there are too many factors at play. Simply because your tax situation won't be exactly the way that you estimate it to be doesn't mean that you shouldn't take the time to map it out. You must take this step to get the framework you need to make educated decisions. This framework will be your basis for making practical decisions. 4 useful tools in your tax planning toolbox Fill up your tax brackets. If you retire before you start taking Social Security you may find yourself in an unusual situation. You may not have any income and therefore you won't have a tax bill! Rather than marveling at this newfound freedom from the taxman, you may actually want to realize enough income to stay within the 12% tax bracket. By paying a bit in taxes now you could be utilizing an opportunity to lower your lifetime tax bill. Remember that those tax-deferred accounts are sitting there waiting for you to pay taxes on them when you reach age 72.  Do Roth conversions. While you're filling up the lower tax brackets you can convert your tax-deferred assets to Roth. The money will continue to grow, but you'll be able to rest easy knowing that the taxes have already been paid. By performing Roth conversions you'll ensure that you won't have all of your assets in tax-deferred accounts waiting for your RMDs. By converting some of your assets into Roth you'll provide yourself with more flexibility, control, and optionality.  Tax-loss and gains harvesting. Tax-loss and gain harvesting is a little-utilized tool that applies to brokerage accounts when you sell a position and realize a gain or a loss. You can use these gains and losses strategically to optimize your tax situation. Listen in to hear how this tool could work for you.  Qualified charitable donation. If you are charitably minded QCDs are a great way to give to your favorite charity and save money on taxes at the same time. The trick with QCDs is that they must transfer directly from the IRA custodian to the charity.  In retirement, tax planning isn't the same as in your working years. You need to plan ahead so that you can optimize your lifetime tax bill. Next week you'll learn how to incorporate all of these tools into your retirement plan so that you can avoid those tax bombs. Don't miss that episode so that you can build a retirement plan that will give you the confidence to rock retirement.  OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE RETIREMENT ANSWER MAN PRACTICAL PLANNING SEGMENT [1:30] Financial planning should be a collaborative process [7:25] Opening your tax toolbox  [13:29] Filling up your tax brackets should be your first tool [21:44] Roth conversions [29:39] Tax-loss and gains harvesting [39:36] Qualified charitable donation TODAY'S SMART SPRINT SEGMENT [42:03] Map out your future income and build a net worth statement Resources Mentioned In This Episode Tenon Financial Jordan Peterson Rock Retirement Club Roger's YouTube Channel - Roger That BOOK - Rock Retirement  by Roger Whitney Work with Roger Roger's Retirement Learning Center

ACTEC Trust & Estate Talk
Don't Guess and Mess When Planning with QSBS | Qualified Small Business Stock

ACTEC Trust & Estate Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 21:43


Expert discusses proposed legislation that retroactively takes aim at the tax benefits of QSBS and offers estate planning suggestions to prepare. The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, ACTEC, is a professional society of peer-elected trust and estate lawyers in the United States and around the globe. This series offers professionals best practice advice, insights and commentary on subjects that affect the profession and clients. Learn more in this podcast.

Health and Fitness Coach Success Podcast
Ep #95: This One Energy Will Determine if You Actually Get the Sale... Without Pressure

Health and Fitness Coach Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 29:57


Do you feel as though your offers could have a little bit more heart and soul behind them? Maybe you feel as though you could be selling with more conviction. Today we are going to be diving deep into this topic, discussing specifically how you can improve your offers and enroll more clients. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3n4x7mO 

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano
Qualified Callers | 10-19-21

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 210:41


On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano is back with another morning of action; Frank talks to Brian Rosenwald, Political & Media Historian & Author of Talk Radio's America. Then, Harlan Ullman,  Former Naval officer, who commanded over 150 combat missions in Vietnam. Senior Adviser of the Atlantic Council and the author of several books including “Anatomy of failure : why America loses every war it starts” reflects on his former student, Colin Powell. And of course, $1000 is on the line!

Demand Gen Visionaries
Your Website is an Always-On Billboard with 3-time CMO Keith Messick, SVP of Marketing at LaunchDarkly

Demand Gen Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 48:27


“[Our website does] both education and conversion and is the way we think about it, but it actually plays all of the classic roles. It plays as our billboard. It's our always-on asset. We have complete control over it, so we want it to be great.” - Keith Messick-----------Episode Timestamps:*(3:03) - Keith's first job in demand gen*(4:25) - LaunchDarkly explained *(6:14) - The Trust Tree*(7:36) - Keith's main marketing strategy*(9:45) - How Keith thinks about spreading marketing resources*(13:00) - Justifying ROI for building community*(15:40) - Rebrands and avoiding the nightmare*(21:46) - The Playbook and Keith's uncuttable budget items*(32:42) - How Keith thinks about his website*(36:16) - Customer marketing strategy and perspectives*(39:00) - A tactic that is fading away to be aware of *(42:25) - The Dust-up*(44:16) - Quick Hits SponsorDemand Gen Visionaries is brought to you by Qualified.com, the #1 Conversational Marketing platform for companies that use Salesforce and the secret weapon for Demand Gen pros. The world's leading enterprise brands trust Qualified to instantly meet with buyers, right on their website, and maximize sales pipeline. Visit Qualified.com to learn more. LinksConnect with Keith on LinkedInFollow Keith on TwitterLaunchDarkly is hiring! Follow Ian on TwitterConnect with Ian on LinkedInwww.caspianstudios.com

In the Market with Janet Parshall
Hour 2: From Paycheck To Purpose

In the Market with Janet Parshall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021


Does the work you do matter to you? Are you unsure what you want to do for a living? Are you in the right place but looking to advance? No matter where you are in your career, you were born to do the work you love. Join us to get Clear on the work you were uniquely made to do and why; get Qualified to do the work you were created for; get promoted by developing winning habits and traits. Join us to learn how to love your work!

Speak Your Way To Cash
133: Three Traits Of A Qualified Audience - How To Sell To Corporate

Speak Your Way To Cash

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 50:53


In this solo episode Ashley speaks about choosing your audience. Usually, people choose an audience, but that audience does not have the budget!! This is for speakers that are experts in their area but they struggle with finding the right clients.In this episode Ashley covers:•The 3 common traits of audiences with money.•How to overcome some “NO” for those traits.•What to do when corporations want to have free consultations or presentations; and much more!Attend Speak Your Way To Cash Live 2021: speakyourwaytocash.com/event-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To Apply For Ashley's Private Training For Speakers: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Ashley and join her mailing list head here: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Mobile General Counsel and book your legal audit head here: https://www.mobilegeneralcounsel.com/... To register for Mobile General Counsel's complimentary holiday party head here: http://ashleynicolekirkwood.com/holid... About Ashley: If you ever meet Ashley Kirkwood in-person you will feel her energy! She has a magnetic personality and truly cares for her clients! After graduating from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law with honors, she started her career at one of the largest law firms in the world, Kirkland & Ellis LLP. While there, she tried cases on behalf of large insurance companies. She also landed in the pages of the American Lawyer after a hard-won victory in a federal civil rights jury trial! Soon after that trial, Ashley left Kirkland to work at another large law firm where she represented employers in employment discrimination and sexual harassment cases. It was there that Ashley decided that she wanted to represent emerging businesses in order to help them bulletproof their businesses! Ashley makes her expertise accessible by providing legal products for the busy entrepreneur! She frequently provides legal trainings open to all via her Facebook and Instagram accounts. She also has do-it-yourself legal classes such as Clapback with Contracts and Get The Tea On Trademarks! You might catch Ashley serving as an on-air legal correspondent for a local Chicago television network or speaking at a college or corporation! Ashley is committed not just to entrepreneurs, but also to students. She and her husband, Chris, run a nonprofit, The Kirkwood Foundation, where they teach students on Chicago's West Side about high paying legal, medical and STEM careers. Whether Ashley is advocating for a billion dollar business or a solopreneur, she gives it all she's got!

New Life Church Podcast
QUALIFIED PREPARED NOW RECEIVE

New Life Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 30:01


Italian Wine Podcast
Sarah Heller MW New Tasting Grid Pt. 3 Of 3 | Saturday Special Edition

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 27:00


Welcome to this Saturday Special Edition Part 3 of 3 in which Cynthia Chaplin interviews Sarah Heller MW. In this episode she discusses the approach to tasting Italian wine devised by the Vinitaly International Academy. Sarah talks about the reformatted, tasting-intensive VIA Italian Wine Ambassador course and the new VIA Tasting Schematic, VIA's standardized tasting grid with descriptors which are specific to Italian wines. The new VIA schematic forms the basis of both tasting sessions during the course and the blind tasting section of the exam. In the interview, Sarah goes through each descriptor and explains its relevance to Italian wines. If you are planning to take the next VIA Italian Wine Ambassador course, you cannot miss this podcast! Before telling you more about our great episode we want to give a shout out to our new Sponsor Vivino! the world's largest online wine marketplace - The Vivino app makes it easy to choose wine. Enjoy expert team support, door to door delivery and honest wine reviews to help you choose the perfect wine for every occasion. Vivino - Download the app on Apple or Android and discover an easier way to choose wine! Find out more about by visiting: www.vivino.com/IT/en/ or download the app: www.vivino.com/app More about Sarah Heller MW: Wine educator and wine branding expert, content creator and proprietor of Radix + Folium Design. Recently appointed to the faculty of the Vinitaly International Academy, Sarah Heller is a content creator, visual artist and wine branding expert based in Hong Kong and at 30 is the world's youngest Master of Wine. Having graduated from Yale University with a degree in fine art, Sarah began her career in the New York and Hong Kong wine trades and wineries in France and Italy. She was Executive Director of events and education firm Meiburg Wine Media in Hong Kong for three years. As well as being a Master of Wine and an Associate of the Institute of Wine and Spirits, Sarah is a Society of Wine Educators Certified Specialist of Wine and Spirits. She is the proprietor of Radix + Folium Design. If you want to learn more about Sarah & today's topic, you can by visiting: sarahheller.com/ vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/vi…nal-academy/ More about the host Cynthia Chaplin: Passionate US/UK wine professional, focus on the Italian wine sector with particular interest in sparkling and rosé wines. Experienced educator and presenter, talented communicator and writer. Qualified sommelier and wine judge. Translator and editor for wine reviews and websites. Actively seeking roles that allow me to share knowledge and experience with a global audience, as well as continue my personal growth and development in the wine industry. Cynthia has recently taken over the show “Voices” on the Italian Wine Podcast as well! To find out more about Cynthia Chaplin visit: blablawine.com/en/author/cynthia…chaplingmail-com/ Instagram: @kiss_my_glassx LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/cynthia-chaplin-190647179/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ We also want to give a shout out to our sponsor Ferrowine. The largest alcoholic beverage shop in Italy since 1920! They have generously provided us with our brand new Italian Wine Podcast T-shirts, and we love them! Check out Ferrowine's site, they have great wines, food pairings and so much more! www.ferrowine.it/

Living Corporate
TAP In with Tristan : 3 Reasons You're Qualified But Not Getting Interviews

Living Corporate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 3:47


Tristan discusses why you may not be getting interviews even though you know you're qualified for the role on this installment of TAP In with Tristan. There are a few things that you may be doing that could be blocking your blessing of getting an interview. Learn what they are by listening to the whole tip! Want to know more about our LinkedIn Learning courses? Check them out! https://bit.ly/3k4havy Read the Forbes article this episode was based on. https://bit.ly/3j0VYGR Have a topic suggestion? You can find our submission form here. http://bit.ly/tapintristan Check out Tristan's website to learn more about him or to book a free consultation. http://bit.ly/31HFzND Connect with Tristan on LinkedIn, IG, FB, and Twitter. http://bit.ly/2G7d6HK http://bit.ly/2XDcp3z http://bit.ly/2JEbg1R http://bit.ly/2JCmKTz

Live at America's Town Hall
Should Qualified Immunity for Police Officers Be Reformed?

Live at America's Town Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 57:57


Last week, we hosted a discussion of a major issue at the forefront of national police reform: whether qualified immunity for police officers should be reformed—and if so, how? Qualified immunity is a defense that government officials—like police officers—can raise in response to civil lawsuits for money damages that are brought for alleged violations of constitutional rights. Under current U.S. Supreme Court precedent, unless an officer violated a “clearly established” law of which a reasonable person would have known—the officer can invoke qualified immunity. National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen was joined by Gloria Browne-Marshall, professor of constitutional law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Leonard Kesten, an attorney who has litigated hundreds of cases involving the application of qualified immunity; and Rafael Mangual, senior fellow and head of research for the Policing and Public Safety Initiative at the Manhattan Institute. The panel unpacked the qualified immunity doctrine, how it plays out in real world cases, and whether it needs reform. This panel was a partnership with WHYY's Your Democracy initiative, supported by the Sutherland Family. It was streamed live on October 7, 2021. Additional resources and transcript available in our Media Library at constitutioncenter.org/constitution. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.

Celebrate Jesus Ministry - Greg
#653 Are You Qualified? 10/12/21

Celebrate Jesus Ministry - Greg

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 10:40


Demand Gen Visionaries
Taking Risks to be a Signal in the Noise with Susan Beermann, CMO of NAVEX Global

Demand Gen Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 44:01


“It's noisy out there and creativity can be the difference between people paying attention to you and not paying attention to you. So I think we have to take some risks as marketers to stand out and be a little bit different and not all look the same and play it safe.” — Susan Beermann----------Episode Timestamps:*(1:54) - How Susan first got into marketing*(2:45) - Susan's current role at NAVEX Global*(3:14) - What NAVEX Global is*(5:00) - The Trust Tree*(9:40) - How Susan's marketing team is organized*(12:24) - The Playbook - Susan's most uncuttable budget items*(14:25) - Digging deeper into NAVEX Global's website*(18:45) - Susan's conversion tips*(22:05) - Tactics/channels that are fading away in Susan's eyes*(26:10) - Susan's favorite campaign she worked on*(32:43) - The Dust Up*(38:17) - Quick Hits SponsorDemand Gen Visionaries is brought to you by Qualified.com, the #1 Conversational Marketing platform for companies that use Salesforce and the secret weapon for Demand Gen pros. The world's leading enterprise brands trust Qualified to instantly meet with buyers, right on their website, and maximize sales pipeline. Visit Qualified.com to learn more. LinksConnect with Susan on LinkedInFollow Susan on TwitterNAVEX Global is hiring! Follow Ian on TwitterConnect with Ian on LinkedInwww.caspianstudios.com

The Rise & Conquer Podcast
Fertility health & hormones with qualified Naturopath Tia Miers

The Rise & Conquer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 46:58


TW: This episode discusses pregnancy, fertility & miscarriages.  Have you ever thought about the role our hormones play in fertility? Or what lifestyle choices can have an impact on our fertility?

Mean Green Nation Podcast
Qualified Improvement

Mean Green Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 34:55


Adam discusses the loss to Missouri 48-35 and what that little blip of offense means for the rest of the season

Talk'n Throws- Texas Style
Talk'n Throws with Cord Neal- 2021 Qualified for US Olympic Trials in Javelin, 2021 Finished 17th at NCAA National Championships, 2021 Finished 4th at NCAA Western Prelims, PR 72.78 which is Stephen F. Austin school record, Graduate of 1A Chester HS

Talk'n Throws- Texas Style

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 100:38


Talk'n Throws with Cord Neal- 2021 Qualified for US Olympic Trials in Javelin, 2021 Finished 17th at NCAA National Championships, 2021 Finished 4th at NCAA Western Prelims, PR 72.78 which is Stephen F,  Austin school record, Graduate of 1A Chester High School. Texas Track and Field Association Informative website for all things Texas Track and Field4Throws.com Family owned business offering all quality implements at reasonable prices. Code Talkinthrows10ReadyUp Athletic Development ReadyUP offers team consulting, semi-private & private strength and conditioning in the Austin area.Porta-Circle Making Throwing more accessible. Use the code“TEXAS4EVER” for 10% off.Big Frog of Colleyville Handles all printing and embroidery. FiberSport Discus We are taking the guess work out of discus selection. It is not just about rim weight.

City Church Murfreesboro
Hebrews 5 & 6 - Turtle Power: How the Mutant Church Matures to Do the Only Job We're Qualified For

City Church Murfreesboro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 55:05


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Real Estate Investing With Jay Conner, The Private Money Authority
What Percentage Deposit Up-Front Should You Expect To Hear From A Qualified General Contractor?

Real Estate Investing With Jay Conner, The Private Money Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 2:43


When you are brand new as a real estate investor, what percentage deposit up-front should you expect to hear from a qualified general contractor? Van Sturgeon is an experienced entrepreneur of over 30 years who has successfully created several businesses in the real estate industry that cover land acquisition, development management, construction, and renovation. Van personally owns over 1,000 properties across North America and is semi-retired from the day-to-day operations of his businesses. He shares his passion for helping homeowners and real estate investors overcome their fears of house renovations/rehabbing, and he loves to be actively involved in helping people reach their goals. For more valuable information click on this link and watch the complete episode: https://youtu.be/YiotEEXpQvU - “Secrets to a Successful Home Renovation with Van Sturgeon & Jay Conner, The Private Money Authority” Real Estate Cashflow Conference: https://www.jayconner.com/learnrealestate/ Free Webinar: http://bit.ly/jaymoneypodcast Jay Conner is a proven real estate investment leader. Without using his own money or credit, Jay maximizes creative methods to buy and sell properties with profits averaging $64,000 per deal. What is Real Estate Investing? Live Cashflow Conference https://youtu.be/QyeBbDOF4wo The Conner Marketing Group Inc.P.O. Box 1276, Morehead City, NC USA 28557 P 252-808-2927F 252-240-2504 Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfl6O7pRhyX5R-rRuSnK6w https://www.youtube.com/c/RealEstateInvestingWithJayConner RSS Feed http://realestateinvestingdeals.mypodcastworld.com/rss2.xml Google Play https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ihrzsai7jo7awj2e7nhhwfsv47y iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/real-estate-investing-minus-bank-flipping-houses-foreclosure/id1377723034 Watch on ROKU: Roku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvestingRoku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvesting Watch on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/How-Locate-Real-Estate-Deals/dp/B07M9WNZR6/ref=sr_1_3