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Today's guest is Sean Tagge. Sean is a Biomedical Engineer turned REI. He uses a data and science approach to investing. 1500 SFR and 750 MF doors. Show summary: Sean shares his journey from flipping single-family houses to multifamily syndications, discussing the importance of measuring progress and accountability in real estate investing. He also talks about the challenges he faced during his first multifamily project, the benefits of investing in Nashville, and his recent acquisition of a 206-unit property. Sean emphasizes the importance of using a data-driven approach in real estate and shares his strategies for securing deals and managing properties. -------------------------------------------------------------- Intro (00:00:00) Sean Tagi's Background and Real Estate Journey (00:01:13) Analyzing and Investing in a Multifamily Property (00:07:24) The cost of living in Nashville (00:10:01) Using a scientific approach to investing (00:10:59) Renovating and raising rents in the property (00:16:11) The phone answering race (00:20:01) Measuring and reporting data (00:21:27) Simplicity of focusing on one trade (00:22:40) -------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Sean: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seantagge/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@SeanTagge Web: https://acornea.com/multifamily/ Connect with Sam: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. 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Here's the goal I mean, like you don't even really need to say much after that. You just look at the data and the person who's responsible for it can just see, oh, I'm ahead or not on this. And then it gives you a lot of opportunity for coaching and help and giving them tools to succeed. Welcome to the how. Intro (00:00:36) - To scale commercial real Estate show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Sam Wilson (00:00:48) - Sean Tagi is a biomedical engineer turned real estate investor. He uses a data and science approach to investing. He currently has 1500 single family residence doors and 700 and multi 750 multifamily doors. Sam Wilson (00:01:02) - Sean, welcome to the show. Sean Tagge (00:01:04) - Hey Sam man. Super excited and honored to be on the show with you. And yeah, excited to dive on in. Hopefully, you know we can get some good golden nuggets for the audience. Sam Wilson (00:01:13) - Absolutely Sean. Appreciate you coming on today. There are three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show in 90s or less. Can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now and how did you get there? Sean Tagge (00:01:23) - Yeah, started in Memphis, Tennessee. I moved from Utah to Memphis and joined on with some partners and started doing turnkey single family flips. So flipped 1500 single family houses. I came on as a VP of operations and got made partner after two years. Ramp that up a lot. That business. We're up to doing about 320 houses a year at one time in the heyday, and then about 3 or 4 years ago started doing multifamily syndications and syndicated about five different complexes in $750. And we currently have 650 that were still in the operating phase. Sam Wilson (00:01:59) - Wow. Okay. So you came on as partner there at a firm here in Memphis, and you guys did your you helped do 1500 single family residence flips and then you guys and you're doing more. What did you say on average I guess 320 a year. Sean Tagge (00:02:14) - Yeah. The highest we did in one year. But yeah 250 or so a year to three, 320. Yeah. Sam Wilson (00:02:19) - That's rolling. I mean that's a house every single day almost. Sean Tagge (00:02:23) - Hey we were yeah that was our goal house a day. You know it keeps the doctor away. We were trying that got up there. It gets a little hectic after a while. Sam Wilson (00:02:32) - Yeah no I can't I mean I don't even want to imagine that. Right? I mean, like there's some businesses where you're like, oh my gosh, someday, like, maybe we'll grow to that size. Like I have no aspirations of that. When I think about that, I'm like, no, man, I'm already bald. Like, I don't I don't ever want to do a house. Sam Wilson (00:02:46) - Yeah, I don't care what the payoff is. That's that's a. Sean Tagge (00:02:49) - Lot. There's only a few in the whole country that even do up to there. I mean, I only knew maybe five that were in the 300 plus in the whole country. And yeah, it's for a reason. And that's kind of why we started flipping. Had rather do 100 houses one time instead of 100 houses 100 times. Right. So multifamily. Sam Wilson (00:03:07) - Right. So you got a new multifamily and did you do this on your own or there with that firm here in. Yeah, with. Sean Tagge (00:03:11) - The same partners. We kind of had a lot of big investor lists. I already had rental crews and everything. And it's a lot easier for them to do 20 doors in one little area instead of 20 kind of spread out. So yeah, it just really helped out from that, that perspective and just kind of started slowly growing. Sam Wilson (00:03:25) - That did there's because was there a shift in the model? Because in the turnkey residence model, you know, it's it's for most turnkey providers at least it's buy the house, renovate it, put a tenant in place and then sell that individual home off to an investor. Sam Wilson (00:03:41) - But when you're doing an apartment complex, the model is typically as a syndicator, raise the money, buy the apartment complex, hold it in house, execute the business plan, and sell it later on down the road when it makes sense to exit. What was the model in the multifamily space? Sean Tagge (00:03:56) - Yeah, so like I said, the single family, yeah, we were done with them in 90 days or so. Just a quick flip with the multifamily. Yeah, there are more a year or two hold and then a couple others. We're doing a five year old model with a refinance in it, and the first one we just did with our own capital, you know, played around with our own money first, made the mistakes and learned. And it was very successful. So then the other four we brought on investors, put in a lot of our own money as well, and one we hope to be selling maybe summer of of 2024. That would be like a two year. I guess a flip for a multifamily is probably that's like the timeline for multifamily flip. Sean Tagge (00:04:34) - And then the others. Yeah. And then two others we refinance pulled out like 70 to 85% of the investors capital, and we'll hold on to them for another three years completing like a five year total hold. Sam Wilson (00:04:45) - Right. Okay. Cool. Sean Tagge (00:04:47) - So you said so just kind of yeah. Just kind of depended on the, you know, the the investment, the area, you know, the, the IRR we could achieve if we think we could flip it quickly or hold on longer. So we just kind of analyzed each deal and had a different plan. Sam Wilson (00:05:01) - Got it. Okay. So you said you made some mistakes in the first one with your own capital. What would you say some of those mistakes are. Sean Tagge (00:05:08) - Yeah. So this one we bought during Covid time. So underestimating and really not predicting inflation and rehab costs and material costs just going through the roof through all that. And then we had a plumbing issue where we had like 2030 grand. We had to dig out a plumbing line and fix all that. Sean Tagge (00:05:30) - And it just took a while. Also working with the city through Covid, when a lot of their employees are, you know, whatever, working from home or whatever. And it just took a while to get all that done. So it's like some things like that, you know, just some are unforeseeable, but some we could have planned a bit better. Sam Wilson (00:05:46) - Yeah. And build. Thing in. I guess that margin for those unforeseeable things is probably just something you do guess, probably naturally at this point. Correct? You're right. Yeah. In getting inspected, I don't know. Were you guys part of the zoom inspections? Did you guys have any of that stuff? Sean Tagge (00:06:02) - No, we man, we weren't lucky enough to get those. I think yeah some the. Yeah. Like the what is it, the section eight. They would just have us like inspected ourselves. So we're like yeah it looks great. You know, it looks you know, there's a few things we're going to fix. But yeah right. Sam Wilson (00:06:18) - But no, everything else is perfect I swear. Yeah, yeah. We had we had some of that here. I'm surprised you guys didn't see that as well. So it. Yeah, there was some zoom inspections that occurred. I thought it was pretty funny. How are you doing a structural inspect anyway? Yeah, those those guys are behind us, but, you know. But none of those are things I don't hear, you know, you know, to right now, we're hearing a lot of pain in the market. We're seeing a lot of pain in the market where people are going, hey, you know what? They took out short term debt and now they can't refi. Or they, you know, they didn't, you know, capitalize the deal properly. And so expenses, you know, I just had another guest on the show today that their insurance costs in Florida have quadrupled since they acquired the asset a couple of years ago. And suddenly their cash flow negative just because of, you know, enormous insurance premiums. Sam Wilson (00:07:06) - Right. So it doesn't like you made any of those mistakes. It was just, you know, some of the more common ones along the way where you're like, oh, well, that that kind of stunk. But we figured it out and keep moving, right? Sam Wilson (00:07:15) - Yeah. Sam Wilson (00:07:16) - That's awesome. That's awesome. What is your plan moving forward? Are you still working with this same group? Because now you've you've even relocated back to. Yeah Utah. Sean Tagge (00:07:24) - Yeah. So I've exited the single family turnkey flipping. You know just just a grind. I'd rather do multifamily. So I'm off on my own. Doing Acorn Equity and Acquisitions is my company. And we are. Yeah we actually have under contract. So I've been searching this whole year for a multifamily, you know, tons of brokers and you know, seller expectations are still high. So we finally got one down to the right price where it fits our, you know, returns and business plan model. So we have a 206 unit under contract in Nashville Tennessee. Sean Tagge (00:07:57) - Simple value add C class 1970s build type of house multifamily and going to raise rents $200 a door across all the units with 2 million in repairs or so. Sam Wilson (00:08:08) - Got it. Okay, well, let's let's dig in to this particular asset because I think this is an interesting conversation. You mentioned C class. We're seeing a lot of C class defaults. We're seeing assets trade below what they were purchased for two years ago. Currently in C class. Why do you feel like now is a good time to buy a C class asset? I guess just tell me. Tell me why this asset in particular makes sense for you, right? Sean Tagge (00:08:34) - Yeah. So we're buying it at an attractive price. So about 20% below the previous years. And it's this group. Why. Well the group has they own thousands of units their larger real estate private equity firm. And this is their last one in Nashville. And most of their plans and their funds they have they're open for five years. And so they need to close the fund. Sean Tagge (00:08:54) - And this is like the last one in the Nashville area. Most of their other assets are in Texas. So I mean, they've owned for five years. So they're doing really well even at the price, selling it below market of two years ago or a year ago market. It's fine for them. So win for them and then a win for us because we're getting it down lower and attractive entry. And then I feel my data and research I feel very strong on Nashville, the headwinds and the sorry the tailwinds behind it of, you know, long term. Maybe there might be a down year in the next five years. I mean, I think there will be, but in five years, long term, I think it's going to average out good appreciation and rent growth. Sam Wilson (00:09:30) - Right? I think picking picking your market, it sounds like it's one of the things that plays into a big part of your data and also your research. Obviously you got to spend some time here in Tennessee, actually. How long were you here? You lived here for a decade. Sean Tagge (00:09:43) - Yes. Six years. Yeah. Sam Wilson (00:09:45) - Okay. Okay. You're here for six years. So you got a good feel for what the state has to offer. And Nashville in particular, you know, obviously has some tailwinds to it that, you know, a lot of cities don't. So I don't know where where Nashville ranks on the fastest growing cities in the US. But I think it's it's there. Sean Tagge (00:10:01) - Yeah. It's always up there with job growth and this. And then another thing nice about Nashville, I don't know if you want to dive too much into it, but it's it's still below the national average cost of living. And like if you've been in Nashville, you walk that city, you're like, this is this is a Dallas Houston. You know, this is you know, it's not New York yet, but this is up and coming city where it's going to be expensive someday. So it's still below the national average. Sam Wilson (00:10:24) - Cost of living, which. Sam Wilson (00:10:25) - I think in Tennessee in general, probably exactly. Sam Wilson (00:10:27) - Still trends, trends below that which is which is great for those of us that live here. We we appreciate the lower. Certainly. Sean Tagge (00:10:34) - Yes, yes, it's nice, but we can obviously see it's not going to be that way forever, I think. Sam Wilson (00:10:40) - I don't know, I think Memphis might be. Sean Tagge (00:10:42) - Yeah, maybe some specific city. Yes, maybe. But the Nashville. Got a new guy, you know, not, you know, Knoxville. Those are nice cities. Sam Wilson (00:10:50) - They are. They are indeed. What are some things you said you use a science and data approach to investing? What does that mean to you? Sean Tagge (00:10:59) - I mean, yeah. So it's, you know, data spreadsheets. So when I was doing biomedical, I did artificial heart research. And so yeah, learned a lot of just, you know, using the scientific theory data and spreadsheets and basically just, you know, getting averages and then looking at macro and micro micro trends. So yeah, just kind of see that with with Nashville, you know, the rent growth appreciation, everything like that. Sean Tagge (00:11:23) - Then also of course, you know, jobs coming in and all that stuff is what I use. And that's kind of how I picked Memphis about seven years ago is I just saw it had a high rent to value ratio, did did that across the whole country and is one of the top three consistently now. It's not quite so much so. So yeah. Sam Wilson (00:11:43) - Yeah. We've certainly seen a price appreciation here in Memphis again. You know compared to a national average it's still probably on the lower end of things. Are there anything though. But guess when when you. When you say you use data in a scientific method approach. I mean, is there anything that you say, hey, this is a this is a data point. I look at that many people wouldn't think to consider. Sean Tagge (00:12:05) - Of I mean man, it's so with with you got co-star and all the data. It's really just it's out there for everyone. It just really takes that work though, of gathering several cities, comparing them across one another and yeah, diving into that. Sean Tagge (00:12:20) - So I can't say I have a secret sauce I wish I did. Maybe I wouldn't tell it if I did, but I really don't, I don't, I swear I don't. It's just it's. Sam Wilson (00:12:28) - That. Okay. Sam Wilson (00:12:30) - Okay. I was hoping for something really random where you're like, man, you know what I consider the number of feet of, you know, plumbing at any given, like, weight, right? Yeah. But somehow you figured out that that translates into higher rents. I don't know, just throw in throwing things out there. Okay, so no secret sauce, but yet there's still opportunity out there. What did you do to make yourself an attractive buyer to this seller? Sean Tagge (00:12:54) - Right? Yes. So we you know what we were we were just there consistently. So is actually this broker relationship we've built up over several months. So that that really there were two other 2 or 3 other offers. We were actually a little bit lower. But the fact that we were consistently showing up, you know, and making offers and other deals, maybe getting outbid a little bit and just showing that we're here consistently. Sean Tagge (00:13:16) - And then the fact that we own, you know, so I'm partner up with Compass Capital, Sam Brower and Michael Wheatley. They're kind of my my I've known them from college as well. Good, good buddies of mine. We've talked for six years wanting to do a deal together. So this is one we're finally on together. And yeah, so that as well as we own 200 units nearby and was able to perform on those raise rents and execute on the business plan. Sam Wilson (00:13:39) - Got it. Okay. No that's super cool. That's super cool. So Compass Capital those are they going to be your boots on the ground running it. Sean Tagge (00:13:47) - Yeah they're the boots on the ground. And then a property management company as well over there. Sam Wilson (00:13:51) - Got it. Okay cool. Because that's gonna be my next question was going to say okay. So you're now living in Utah. How are you taking this down? How are you selecting contractors? How are you getting this thing, you know, on the ground? Sean Tagge (00:14:01) - So I already performed the property management company has a rental company in-house, which I like that as well, you know, and they actually they actually hit the budget on the other 200 units, which is that was like that's some of the first questions like can they perform on the budget? And that's usually the roll of the dice when you're starting a new market. Sean Tagge (00:14:18) - Is your contractor because I mean, us, whenever we try a new contractor, we're just like, hey, it's a third chance. We keep them for a year or longer. You know, it's just something that risky take. So it's nice to know that we already have tested that and they've proven and they have thousands of other doors they performed on. Sam Wilson (00:14:36) - Repetition is so much easier than starting over and trying to figure it out in the beginning, I think. Yes, the stat you used there, which is there's a one third chance that you'll still be working together in a year when it comes to the general, which is unfortunate, but it's just it's a reality of things. Sam Wilson (00:14:52) - Yeah. Sean Tagge (00:14:52) - It's that maybe even less sometimes. Sam Wilson (00:14:54) - Yeah. Sam Wilson (00:14:55) - Right. Oh, man. Yeah. That's a that's really cool I like that. So you've already got the business plan in place. You've got the partners, you've already got the renovation, the property management. You guys are just hitting go. Is there any other hair on this deal that you look at and say, hey man, this is going to be an obstacle we're going to have to overcome? And if so, how are you going to do it? Sean Tagge (00:15:11) - Great question Sam. Sean Tagge (00:15:12) - So yeah, you know, for us it's just a straight base hit, which I kind of like. It's like, you know, someone smart told me, if you make money on something, you know, and it performs well, you've done it a few times. Just keep doing it. Do it and do it again. So this one is we're just going in. We're renovating the exterior, making it look nice, some of the railings and you know, the paint chipping the roofs, you know, the exterior siding on some units. Then in the interiors we're just, you know, we're putting in what's for the market rent. So we're not going anything too fancy and just keeping it in line and simply what it is, is just the current property manager. They haven't risen rents much over the past two years, and as we know, rents have gone up 20%. And so it's just simply asking and the property is 99% occupied. So that shows me they're not pushing rents really high is they're just kind of complacent and just it's just kind of easier just to renew and maybe not even ask for an increase. Sean Tagge (00:16:06) - And so we're going to push that a little bit and yeah get it up to market rents. Sam Wilson (00:16:11) - Right. Well and especially in the Nashville market which again was just seeing incredible growth. If you're if your rents aren't keeping pace what what what do you think about this? I heard this strategy one time. The guy came on the show and he's buying mobile home parks. And one of the things that he required his sellers to do was to raise rents before they bought the property. Sean Tagge (00:16:34) - That dude, I like that a lot is like, hey, let's test this on whatever's vacant right now. Let's bump it up to whatever, 100 bucks more a month. I like that a lot. Yeah, we haven't tried that on this one, but I've heard a couple of guys doing that. I think that's a great strategy. Maybe even writing that in your contract and just. Yeah, getting the feedback from the leasing. Sam Wilson (00:16:53) - People, getting. Sam Wilson (00:16:54) - The feedback from the leasing people and then making the sellers the bad guys, I mean, that's that was his strategy. Sam Wilson (00:16:59) - He said, hey, look, one, we get a raise in rents and then we also come in, you know, without having to get the flack of, oh, we just bought the property. And now you guys are, you know, coming in here and raising prices and all that. The previous seller did it. Right. Sean Tagge (00:17:12) - So another another thing like this is totally crazy idea of that was like why not maybe like renovate it to what you kind of are going to make the units renovated at and do an a, B split test of two units in the nicer, higher range, which is kind of what our model is versus the current ones at maybe just even a little less in your range, but higher than currently, obviously. Like you got to write something in of who's going to pay for those renovations and everything. But I mean, that may be worth the, you know, whatever, 1020 grand risk to kind of know if you can prove the. Sam Wilson (00:17:42) - Theory, right. Sam Wilson (00:17:43) - No, I think that's great. Sam Wilson (00:17:44) - Think that's great and that's that. I mean, and again, people are constantly looking for new ways or new strategies to add value in that term. Add value is getting tougher to do. Sam Wilson (00:17:54) - Mean yes for. Sam Wilson (00:17:55) - Sure. So, you know, do it. Taking some creative strategies like that I think is really, really important. Let's let's shift gears here a little bit. You said you spent all year working to get this 206 unit under contract. You're moving forward. That that sounds amazing. But I know we talked about this before the show began. You've also got your hands in business. So tell me why you're kind of splitting your focus here. Sean Tagge (00:18:20) - Right? Yeah. So of course, flipped 1500 single family houses. And I had renovation crews and they had subcontractors. And what I've just seen from the single family residential era of any Hvac, plumbing or electrical, roofing, fencing, I mean, any type of contractor. If you answer your phone, number one, show up to the job and give a bid and then actually do what you're going to say, you're probably ahead about ahead of 80%, 90% of the competition. Sean Tagge (00:18:51) - And so, yeah, I'm under contract under lock on an Hvac company. And it's it's also I'm keeping one of the partner who's licensed on will stay on. So it's kind of nice is you know I'm good at high level business stuff marketing you know, systems and processes, you know, and acquiring more. And so but then I have a day to day operator as well that I'm partnering up with. So if we're up a bit of my time, take up a bit of my time, but I'll learn a lot from that and can translate the business principles for multifamily and also the renovation. Sam Wilson (00:19:23) - Side of. Sam Wilson (00:19:23) - That business in Utah. Or is that back here in Tennessee? Sean Tagge (00:19:27) - Yeah, it's in Utah. Sam Wilson (00:19:28) - Okay, okay. The skilled trades I mean, finding, as you said. Sam Wilson (00:19:32) - Finding. Sam Wilson (00:19:33) - Not just I think the four criteria, whatever, 4 or 5 criteria you gave, one is for any contractor to show up. But finding then also the skilled trades I mean those are those are the places where it is, like you mentioned, plumbers, electricians, Hvac guys. Sam Wilson (00:19:48) - You get inside of those three and that and if you can again answer the phone and show up, I mean, I commonly won't even ask for a second bid if you're if you're competent in any of those three trades and you show up and you're like, right. Sam Wilson (00:20:01) - We can get it done. Sean Tagge (00:20:01) - I mean, I was because, yeah, I've tried to personally get a house renovated and like I literally had to call, I think 3 or 4 guys and two of them didn't answer, then two answered, but then one didn't show up and one showed up like two weeks later. And the guy that showed up two weeks later, he got the job because I was just, quite frankly, just like, I need to get this done and I'm tired of this, like, just let's do it. And so it's crazy. And what I got good at when we flipped the 1500 single family houses is we had a ton of marketing and made a ton of offers and went on a ton of appointments to make offers personally at people's houses. Sean Tagge (00:20:35) - And so I had a VA, basically a call center in house call center scripts and then boots on the ground guys making offers. And so I'm kind of going apply that principles and softwares that I connect together, because we follow up with automated texts and emails and tasks to call and all of that. So I'm kind of going to use all those processes to be, you know, be the person answering the phone, because basically it's just a race to the to the answering the phone and showing up is you'll get the business. Then the second end, of course, is, you know, the hiring people, managing the crews, making sure they're doing a job well done, have processes as well for that, which I learned a lot from flipping 1500 single family houses. And of course, some of the rentals go overboard and we're not doing as well in a timely manner and things like that. So using data and actually tracking it and reporting it weekly, right. So I mean, this is for anything, but, you know, this works for multifamily syndication as well as. Sean Tagge (00:21:27) - Right. You just what is it. There's someone that said, you know, what gets measured gets done. And then I think add on top of. What gets measured and reported on the rate of improvement increases. So just having that accountability is like, hey, you know, here, here we're at in the project and every week we're just following up on the numbers. Here's where I'm on our budget. Here's how much is completed. Here's the goal I mean, like you don't even really need to say much after that. You just look at the data and the person who's responsible for it can just see, oh, I'm ahead or not on this. And then it gives you a lot of opportunity for coaching and help and giving them tools to succeed. Sam Wilson (00:22:06) - That's really cool, I love that. I love that idea of, I mean, because there are other cross disciplines or other disciplines that go across all of these different segments, from an eight company to a multifamily property, it's kind of all the same in that that the measuring the key performance indicators, tracking all that stuff and figure out where people are is, yeah, really and powerful. Sean Tagge (00:22:26) - And what I like to is when I was flipping a house, I had to do ten of those things, right? Ten different trades and electricians, plumbers, painters or this. It's just one simple, hey, just the Hvac system. We can focus on that. So I don't know. Frankly, I think it's simpler. Right? It's much simpler than flipping a house. Sam Wilson (00:22:40) - So I would agree, man. There's there's I don't have any desire to go back to flipping houses at all. So don't I'm like you, I don't I don't miss it certainly was good to me, but I don't miss it. Sean, thank you for taking the time here to come on the show today. I certainly appreciate it. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? Sean Tagge (00:23:00) - Yeah. So my company, Acorn Equity and Acquisitions, the website is Acorn E just short for equity acquisitions. And you know also on LinkedIn Sean tag and have YouTube channel Sean tag. Sean Tagge (00:23:12) - I'm just starting and putting out private equity and real estate investing things in there. So yeah. Hey Sam. Dude, man, it was a great pleasure being on the show. Thanks to all your listeners. And hopefully, hopefully you got a little Golden Nugget and helped. Sam Wilson (00:23:25) - You out a bit. Sam Wilson (00:23:25) - Absolutely. We did. Sean, thank you again for coming on the show today. We'll make sure we include your website and all those links right there in the show notes. Certainly appreciate it and have a great rest of your day. All right. Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen. If you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. So appreciate you listening. 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00:15 | OpenAI + Microsoft CEO shuffle- Sam Altman (CEO) fired on Friday by board of directors- Greg Brockman (President) and other senior OpenAI employees resign on Friday- OpenAI investors demand that board bring back Altman, Brockman, and other employees that resigned- Monday AM ... Microsoft announces that Altman, Brockman, and other OpenAI execs are going Microsoft- OpenAI announced Emmett Shear is interim CEO ... Shear was former CEO of Twitch07:48 | SpaceX Starship successful test flight- Starship delivers 5x the payload capacity as the Falcon 9 and significant cost efficiency- Starship second test flight was a success; "hot stage separation" and no launch pad damage- Potential for Starship to revolutionize the transport, freight, and travel sectors- Watching Starship launches live is a must- Musk highlighted that three more Starships are in the wings and ready for launch … next test launch could happen in just a few weeks time14:12 | Brex/Ramp new AI tools- Brex and Ramp announced AI solutions for business banking- Are you comfortable with AI handling your sensitive personal information? This crew is not there yet…- AI is becoming integral in various sectors … has potential to replace traditional roles in industries like accounting, legal, and wealth management- Brex and Ramp's businesses are thriving but valuations are down … Brex is down 69% since its last round to $3.8b, Ramp is down 49% since its last round to $4.2b
Volgens Brussel hebben maaltijdbezorgers de kartelregels overtreden. Het gaat om illegale afspraken om zo de markt onderling te verdelen. Ook zouden de bedrijven elkaar beloofd hebben om geen personeel weg te lokken. De gevolgen kunnen groot zijn: boetes kunnen oplopen tot 10 procent van de jaaromzet. Verder gaat het over natuurrampen. Die kunnen de waarde van Nederlandse huizen met een tiende doen afnemen. Dat betekent een afwaardering van in totaal maar liefst 325 miljard euro. En het betekent waarschijnlijk een hoop kopzorgen voor banken. Vergeet Veldhoven! ASML gaat naar Duitsland. De Nederlandse chipmachinemaker steekt jaarlijks 100 miljoen in fabrieken in Berlijn. Je hoort waarom Berlijn zo aantrekkelijk is. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Harold McVett does his best to get through to the Enclave Officer. Transcript here: https://monkeymanproductions.com/2023/11/mto-s4-b4-transcript/ Thank you for listening. This episode featured D.J. Sylvis as the Enclave Officer, and Steven LaFond as Harold McVett. The script was written by D.J. Sylvis; Cass McPhee is our audio engineer. Our theme music is “Star” by the band Ramp; our cover art is by Peter Chiykowski. Our Exectutive Producers are Sarah Müller and Beka B, and our associate producers are Marty Chodorek, June Madeley , Timothy LaGrone, Marilyn Reid, Marissa Robertcop and Linda Boyer. Thank you guys so much for your support, and helping and trusting us to bring this story to life. We love what we've done with it, and we hope you love it as much as we do. As we bring this series to a close and thank you yet again for supporting us through it all, this is a great time to talk about how you can join us on our next adventure. Our Patreon backers get weekly email updates and behind the scenes sneak peeks at our next show, so we would love to see you there. Or sign up for our mailing list to get our monthly newsletter and stay up to date on all the things at MonkeymanProductions.com. We'll be back one more time a few weeks from now, with a big Q&A special where we're gonna answer all your questions about the end of the show. But it's not just about the Q's and A's - we've got a very special announcement we'll be making in that episode as well! So until then, keep seeking ways to resist and keep watching the Moon! Network: https://fableandfolly.com/ Twitter: @MoonbaseThetaOu and @MonkeymanProd Discord: https://discord.gg/6NAhrG5 Facebook: Monkeyman Productions Merch: http://tee.pub/lic/zUb0YN1_6mw Music & Sound Effects Attribution (including dynamic ads): https://monkeymanproductions.com/sound-effects-credit/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Mary Ann and Alex covered a host of news events. Here's the rundown:Fintech + AI = ? News that Ramp and Brex are working to lever AI in the wake of reporting that Brex's growth this year on a sequential-quarterly basis slowed had us thinking. Can AI help fintech startups grow more quickly? The fintech sector could use a boon at this juncture, perhaps this is it.Help I drink too much: Alex dug up a recent venture round in the sobriety space. This time it was Sunnyside, which just raised $11.5 million for its subscription service that helps folks cut back on their drinking. We've discussed other players in the space before, including Reframe.What's ahead for the startup M&A market? The Getir-FreshDirect deal had us thinking. Becca Szkutak thinks that it represents the sort of deal that we'll see next year. Even more, we may see more, similar deals next year.Will AI help startups regain their former value? A recent report from Battery Ventures had Alex thinking about how AI-powered automation could help startups spend less as they grow; Rule of 40, here we come!Hormonal health will be is big: The Equity team dug into Allara the other week. Now we're adding Inito, which just raised $6 million, to our list of startups that are building in the hormonal health market. Natasha was right.And that was the show! Next week is a holiday week here in the United States, so expect something special from us next Friday. We'll be on our regular schedule Monday and Wednesday!For episode transcripts and more, head to Equity's Simplecast website.Equity drops at 7 a.m. PT every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, so subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the casts. TechCrunch also has a great show on crypto, a show that interviews foundersand more!
Keith Rabois is a General Partner at Founders Fund and the CEO of OpenStore, which acquires small direct-to-consumer businesses. Keith co-founded Opendoor and led the first institutional investments in DoorDash and Affirm. He has early stakes in YouTube, Palantir, Lyft, Airbnb, Eventbrite, and Wish, and also led investments in Faire, Ramp, Trade Republic, and Stripe. He's regarded as one of the greatest early stage investors. Keith began his career in the industry as a senior executive at PayPal and subsequently served in influential roles at LinkedIn and as chief operating officer of Square. As a board member, Keith guided Yelp and Xoom from inception to IPO, and served on the board of Reddit from 2012-2018. 0:00 - Intro 2:35 - Bomb-Building and the PayPal Mafia 5:10 - Spotting Talent 11:32 - Where Keith is 1000:1 16:14 - PayPal, Regulation, and Law 22:00 - Regulatory Arbitrage 25:03 - AI 27:46 - Keith's 5 Bosses 31:04 - How to Operate 34:16 - OpenStore 39:33 - Founding vs Investing 42:48 - Requests for Startups 47:39 - Early-Stage Investing 53:46 - Companies as Cults 56:42 - The Future of Venture 1:00:56 - Not Stretching, Engineering Serendipity, and How to Ask Better Questions 1:06:40 - On Keith 1:08:45 - Time Allocation, Self-Grading, Values, Reading and Legacy 1:16:11 - What Should More People be Thinking About?
Buckle up, ladies and gents, because this episode of the Jigs and Bigs podcast is about to take you on a wild roller coaster ride of laughter and ridiculousness! In this hilarious installment, the dynamic duo, Jigs and Bigs, dive headfirst into some truly questionable topics. From debating the eternal mystery of why the chicken really crossed the road (did it find the Colonel's secret recipe?) to trying out the latest and strangest fitness fads (think goat yoga, but even weirder), these two comedic geniuses leave no stone unturned. But wait, there's more! Prepare for a special segment where Jigs and Bigs attempt to impersonate famous celebrities with hilarious results. Picture Jigs as Arnold Schwarzenegger trying to sell you a vacuum cleaner – trust us, it's pure comedy gold! And just when you thought things couldn't get any wackier, Jigs and Bigs invite their eccentric neighbor, Mrs. Gigglesworth, to share her top-secret recipe for the world's most bizarre food combination. Will it revolutionize the culinary world, or just make everyone gag? Tune in to find out! So, grab your headphones, brace yourself for uncontrollable laughter, and join Jigs and Bigs on this unapologetically outrageous journey into the podcasting madness. If you don't burst out laughing at least once during this episode, you might want to check your funny bone – it might need some serious recalibration. Get ready for your belly to ache with laughter, and remember, no matter how weird or absurd the topic, Jigs and Bigs always deliver the humorous goods! Call the J+B Hotline! 1+ (413) 324-8519 (Questions, comments, FTG, and more) BECOME A JIGHEAD HERE: https://rebrand.ly/bf8612 Thanks to our Show Partners! Dark Horse Tackle - https://rebrand.ly/5p68yye [Save 15% off your first box in a Weekend Warrior or Dabble Pack month-month subscription using code JIGSANDBIGS15 at checkout or put together a BYOB and use the code JANDBBYOB25! A-Bay Lure - https://abaylure.com [Use code Jigsandbigs to save 20% on your entire order] Bay House Apartment - https://shorturl.at/fpRX8 The Ship Motel - https://theshipmotel.com/ Reaction Tackle - https://bit.ly/3ROTj5k Three Belles Outfitters - https://rebrand.ly/zsdnchi Torege Polarized Sunglasses - https://rebrand.ly/i2cqymx [Use code jigsandbigs10 to save 10% at checkout!] Bobby's Links: Flavor God Seasoning Blends - https://rebrand.ly/jigsandbigs Live Bearded Grooming Products - https://rebrand.ly/brbbeard FrostBuddy Universal Can Cooler - https://tr.ee/6fFKldxiZk --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jigsandbigs/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jigsandbigs/support
Ahunug tells Elio what happened on her trip back North. Transcript here: https://monkeymanproductions.com/2023/11/mto-s4-b3-transcript/ Thank you for listening. This episode featured Robin Regalado as Ahnung, and Becca Marcus as Elio. The script was written by D.J. Sylvis; Cass McPhee is our audio engineer. Our theme music is “Star” by the band Ramp; our cover art is by Peter Chiykowski. We'll be back next week with the most unexpected of our deep-dive bonus episodes - this one looking at the Enclave Officer and what he's been up to locked in Moon Jail. Until then, you should look up our fellow shows on the Fable and Folly network - there's info at Fable and Folly dot com - and find your next great audio fiction experience. Take care, and be excellent to each other. Network: https://fableandfolly.com/ Twitter: @MoonbaseThetaOu and @MonkeymanProd Discord: https://discord.gg/6NAhrG5 Facebook: Monkeyman Productions Merch: http://tee.pub/lic/zUb0YN1_6mw Music & Sound Effects Attribution (including dynamic ads): https://monkeymanproductions.com/sound-effects-credit/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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In this highly informative video, we equip you with the essential know-how to confidently navigate an FAA ramp inspection. Whether you're a private pilot, commercial aviator, or part of an aviation team, understanding the FAA's ramp inspection checklist is crucial for a successful evaluation. Using the FAA Order 8900.1 as our compass, we take you through each stage of the inspection process, outlining precisely what FAA inspectors will be looking for. With this comprehensive guide at your fingertips, you can ensure your aircraft and documentation are in impeccable order, leaving no room for surprises during the inspection. Watch now and arm yourself with the knowledge to ace your next FAA ramp inspection! Don't forget to hit that like button and subscribe for more valuable aviation insights. Safe flying!
4:36:19 – Welcome, hosts and listeners of The Onsug radio universe, to come and join a freeform chat in video, which will be released in audio. The Exit Ramp continues for another amazing group show… an international podcast about potatoes!! Host Frank from The Overnightscape is joined by Dave in Kentucky from his various shows, Michael Feir from Canada, Eddie from The […]
Globalists realize the current US-led world government system doesn't provide the level of control they hoped it would. Therefore, something has to change. Their climate scare hasn't worked. They need a bigger crises. Could it be WWIII? Some are already talking about it. We'll reveal the entrance ramp for the Antichrist on this edition of The Endtime show! ------------------------------------------------ ☕️First Cup Coffee: https://www.firstcup.com — use code ENDTIME to get 10% off. 🥩Back Yard Butchers: https://www.backyardbutchers.com/endtime and save an extra 20% off your entire order (use code “ENDTIME”). ⭐️Birch Gold: https://www.birchgold.com/endtime to claim your free info kit on gold. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jaxon shares his own story as he and Ashwini look to the future. Transcript here: https://monkeymanproductions.com/2023/10/mto-s4-b2-transcript/ Thank you for listening. This episode featured Cole Burkhardt as Jaxon, and Tau Zaman as Ashwini Ray. The script was written by D.J. Sylvis; Cass McPhee is our audio engineer. Our theme music is “Star” by the band Ramp; our cover art is by Peter Chiykowski. We'll be back next week - but on Earth, with a bonus episode focused on Ahnung and the journey she took way back in Season 3. Until then, you can find us on social media or visit our Discord server to chat about the show; you can also support us at Patreon dot com slash MonkeymanProductions if you want to help us pay the bills and get behind-the-scenes information about MTO and the next show we're developing right now. TTFN, Moonbaseians! Network: https://fableandfolly.com/ Twitter: @MoonbaseThetaOu and @MonkeymanProd Discord: https://discord.gg/6NAhrG5 Facebook: Monkeyman Productions Merch: http://tee.pub/lic/zUb0YN1_6mw Music & Sound Effects Attribution (including dynamic ads): https://monkeymanproductions.com/sound-effects-credit/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Subscribe to DTC Newsletter - https://dtcnews.link/signup I'm an anxious person, but for Q4 efforts on the retention side, I don't get that anxious. It is actually pretty easy to crush Q4 if you're strategic, calculated, and follow some key steps. I hope this guide remedies anxiety for anyone listening. Audience check up. Don't ruin your list before the big game. Make your list big, healthy, and strong. Maximum engagement. Maximum inboxing. If you plan on doing an aggressive sending schedule during Q4, start ramping up your weekly sends slowly now to test the waters. But do it with engaging content. All the content you know drives the most engagement, fire away. Get people interested. Get people clicking. Be gentle with your segmentation. Don't try to do anything too crazy right now. If you end up in spam before Q4 you're screwed. Know your spam rate in advanced. Run deliverability testing. This report will dictate how aggressive you can safely be. Send testing. Figure out what times of the day your audience is the most engaged. Know these things well in advance of Q4. Be prepared to adapt though. If you send at peak times, you may get lost in the sea. Understand your audience. Understand your segments. Now is the time to really hone in on what works. Creative, an effective plan for subject line testing. Pain point vs USP % vs $ Product feature vs collection feature Personal or brandy Up front or teaser PLAN CONTENT AS FAR AHEAD AS POSSIBLE. Think ahead. Create contingency. Every send counts right now. Create surplus content alongside the sends you know are guaranteed to go out. Set targets and plan content around targets. Have extra levers you can pull. Backup emails for specific segments. Structure your offer so it doesn't get stale. Ramp it up, spice it up, diversify it. Product drops Increasing discount Gift with purchase Buy X get Y Surprises Get personal with your audience. Experiment with different content formats. UGC Founders message Simple text Once you hone in on an offer, plan a way to get it into your flows during the Q4 period. Make sure you can adjust it for whatever the ongoing offer is. Maximize revenue. BONUS TIPS IF YOU WANT TO GO DEEP: On the topic of flows, this is a really good time to think about your win-back / reactivation flow. All those people that have lost interest in your brand could come back. Ensure your reactivation flow is updated with the STRONGEST possible offer you'll run during Q4, or even combine offers. This is a really good time to hone in your post-purchase strategy as well. You know you'll be selling a lot during this time, we want to reconvert. Ensure you have a merchandise focused post-purchase flow, and also think ahead to future offers. How can you retarget purchases after Q4 or during later sales? Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction 02:30 - Crafting compelling offers for Black Friday and beyond 07:30 - Diversifying content for effective marketing 10:00 - Incorporating offers into your email flows 15:00 - Maximizing reactivation and targeting unengaged audiences Hashtags: #EcommerceStrategy #Q4Strategies #BlackFridayOffers #EmailMarketing #RetentionStrategies #DTCPodcast Subscribe to DTC Newsletter - https://dtcnews.link/signup Advertise on DTC - https://dtcnews.link/advertise Work with Pilothouse - https://dtcnews.link/pilothouse Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @dtcnewsletter Watch this interview on YouTube - https://dtcnews.link/video
Two-time world champion and Olympic medalist in skateboarding, Jagger Eaton, known for his raw talent, perseverance, and determination came to visit Schaffhausen. The 22-year old athlete shares with our host Maurice Moitroux not only insights about his youth, career and future plans but also gives a glimpse into a life absolutely dedicated to his passion. Don't miss this joyful and inspiring conversation! Don't forget to check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iwcjournal/ https://www.instagram.com/iwcwatches/ #PartnersInTime #IWCONAIR @IWCWatches
(00:37) Ook christenen steeds vaker doelwit van geweld in India Afgelopen zondag vond een bomaanslag plaats op een bijeenkomst van Jehova's getuigen in Kerala, in het zuiden van India. De aanslagpleger, zelf een voormalig Jehova's getuige, verklaarde dat de religieuze stroming een gevaar vormt voor de Indiase staat. In het hindoe-nationalistische India van Modi worden religieuze minderheden vaker als bedreiging gezien. Dat uit zich in geweld tegen verschillende religieuze minderheden, en steeds vaker tegen christenen. We bespreken het met correspondent Lisa Dupuy. (12:03) Hoe is het een maand na de ramp in de Libische stad Derna? Het is nu ruim een maand sinds ten zuiden van de Libische stad Derna twee dammen na hevige regenval doorbraken en het gebied overstroomde. Een groot deel van de stad spoelde weg, en duizenden inwoners kwamen om het leven. En dat terwijl deze ramp volgens critici voorkomen had kunnen worden. Een conferentie moet ervoor zorgen dat er internationale steun op touw wordt gezet om aan de wederopbouw van Derna te beginnen. Correspondent Ruth Vandewalle praat ons bij. (22:03) Buitenland Uitgelicht: Zuid-Korea Vandaag reizen we af naar Zuid-Korea, waar een aantal Russen al lange tijd op een luhcthaven moeten leven. Daarover correspondent Ifang Bremer. Presentatie: Sophie Derkzen
On today's episode of the Ramp. It. Up! Podcast I am recapping my recent trip to Las Vegas to attend the United Spinal Association's Strong Wheeled Together Conference. Ramp. It. Up!Stay Connected to the PodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ramp.it.up.podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZoeOnWheelz/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZAnH8I6sGEf7SJ9OKw8dEAEmail: email@example.comLife's 3 Things - Author Manny Garcia's Podcast5-minute happiness advice, translated from history's greatest books and wisest sages.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Jaxon has questions about the future; Ashwini shares memories of zir past. Transcript here: https://monkeymanproductions.com/2023/10/mto-s4-b1-transcript/ Thank you for listening. This episode featured Tau Zaman as Ashwini Ray, and Cole Burkhardt as Jaxon. The script was written by D.J. Sylvis; Cass McPhee is our audio engineer. Our theme music is “Star” by the band Ramp; our cover art is by Peter Chiykowski. We'll be back next week with a bonus episode that continues this conversation, where we'll learn more about Jaxon's past and future. Until then, you can find us on social media or visit our Discord server to chat about the show; or leave a rating or review on your podcast app or Podchaser dot com to help us get other folks looking up at the Moon. Until next time. Network: https://fableandfolly.com/ Twitter: @MoonbaseThetaOu and @MonkeymanProd Discord: https://discord.gg/6NAhrG5 Facebook: Monkeyman Productions Merch: http://tee.pub/lic/zUb0YN1_6mw Music & Sound Effects Attribution (including dynamic ads): https://monkeymanproductions.com/sound-effects-credit/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
New Podcast Episode Season 6 #133! Rochan Sankar, Founder, CEO and President of Enfabrica joins podcast host Jason Stoughton to talk about their Accelerated Compute Fabric Solutions, the challenges and opportunities in the AI market today and why they were able to raise $125 million in a Series B with Nvidia as part of the investment group. Sign up for The Pulse of AI newsletter to get the latest conversations with the leaders who are making AI a reality and building the future. Sign up at www.thepulseofai.com and follow us on X @thepulseofai
Join us this week as we start to Ramp up SPOOKTOBER! This week we dive into some awesome things as well as the Best Horror Mask! We hope you enjoy this weeks episode of the Retronomipod Check out the YouTube for more great content! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/retronomipod/message
This episode starts by looking at how to ensure that you are within your baggage allowances so that you avoid surprise fees at the airport. Andrew then talks to ramp agent Tyler Crook to get a look at what goes on outside your plane on the airport ramp.Have you ever been surprised by extra bags fees at the airport? Or have you had a carry on that is allowed on one airline but doesn't fit in the bag sizer for another airline? Learn about baggage allowances and how to find them in this episode. Tyler Crook talks about life on the airport ramp in this episode of Flying Smarter. He chats with Andrew about different parts of the job, interesting cargo that he has handled, how ramp agents ensure that aircraft don't hit each other, and much more. There's always a small risk of your checked bag getting lost or damaged. However, there are some simple things that you can do to help avoid damage to your bag and to help the airline reunite you with your bag if it gets lost. In this episode, Tyler shares insider tips and advice about your baggage. Tyler Crook has worked as a ramp agent for a major airline in the United States for over a decade and a half. He is one of the co-hosts of Non-Rev Lounge, a travel and aviation podcast. In addition to being a ramp worker, he is an avid traveler and aviation photographer. You can find Tyler on Instagram and X (Twitter). Non-Rev Lounge is also on Instagram and X (Twitter) and you can find the show wherever you listen to podcasts.Episode 50 of Flying Smarter is coming up soon and we have some fun surprises planned. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow Flying Smarter on social media so that you don't miss anything! Connect with Flying Smarter: Facebook: Flying Smarter Podcast Instagram: @flyingsmarter Twitter: @flying_smarter LinkedIn: Flying SmarterWebsite: www.flyingsmarter.com
Connie interviews Keith Rabois, a partner at Founder's Fund and a co-founder and CEO at OpenStore, a startup that is rolling up Shopify businesses, about his investments in Trabo, Faire, Ramp, Royal, and OpenAI ... and much more.
This week we cover common mistakes we see people making at the boat ramp and tips to make your loading and unloading seamless. Do you have a question about fishing in your area? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll answer your questions on the air. Outline of Episode 214 [1:36] Northeast Report [10:56] East Central Report [16:14] South Report [20:32] Florida Keys Islands Report [26:57] 10,000 Islands Report [34:58] Southwest Report [38:15] Big Bend Report [42:53] Northwest Report [47:01] Panhandle Report [49:01] Florida Fishing Wrap-Up A BIG thanks to each of our sponsors, without whom we would not be able to bring you these reports each week Yamaha Outboards • Shimano Fishing • D.O.A. Lures • Tournament Master Chum • Fishing Nosara / Nosara Paradise Rentals • Young Boats • Academy Sports + Outdoors • Ocean Waves Sunglasses
Weather permitting, the Virginia Department of Transportation is implementing a series of ramp closures on both I-295 southbound and I-64 westbound through Thursday, Oct. 19, for paving work. Motorists should be aware of the following ramp closures: • Route 250 East to I-64 West ramp – Wednesday, Oct. 18 and Thursday, Oct. 19 • I-64 West to Route 250 West ramp – Wednesday, Oct. 18 and Thursday, Oct. 19 • Route 250 West to I-64 West ramp – Wednesday, Oct. 18 and Thursday, Oct. 19 Anyone with questions can call VDOT's customer service center at 800-FOR-ROAD (800-367-7623).Article LinkSupport the show
On this episode of the Ramp. It. Up! Podcast we are chatting with Lesly St. Louis. October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, and Lesly, a fellow wheelchair user, is the Director of the Pathways to Employment program at the United Spinal Association.Ramp. It. Up! Get To Know Our Guest Lesly St. Louis is grateful to have the opportunity to facilitate people with disabilities obtaining gainful employment, and to replace fear and prejudice against people with disabilities with mutual understanding. Having continuously encountered barriers from employers, he sees the common challenges individuals with disabilities have to overcome are not their disabilities, but the stigma surrounding them. He hopes that creating employment opportunities will increase confidence within these individuals and inspire them to conquer more challenges and achieve even higher levels of success. Lesly was born with Spina Bifida, diagnosed with the most severe form called myelomeningocele, and is a wheelchair user. He holds a Master's degree from Long Island University, C.W. Post, and regularly participates in adaptive sports. Through his involvement in adaptive sports, and in his professional life, he strives to advocate for individuals with disabilities and restore dignity through productivity.Click Here to register for Employment Empowerment Series: Navigating Employment with a DisabilityWebsite: https://unitedspinal.org/pathways-to-employment/Email: email@example.comResources Observed each October, National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) celebrates the contributions of America's workers with disabilities past and present and showcases supportive, inclusive employment policies and practices that benefit employers and employees. ODEP has chosen "Advancing Access and Equity" as the theme for NDEAM 2023. https://www.dol.gov/agencies/odep/initiatives/ndeamPeople with disabilities have long strengthened our economy and expanded our Nation's possibilities. During National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we recognize the immense contributions of disabled Americans, and we recommit to delivering America's full promise of equal dignity, respect, and opportunity for every American. https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2023/09/29/a-proclamation-on-national-disability-employment-awareness-month-2023/Check out these related episodes:United Spinal Assoc. Tech Talks: Re-employment with Lesly St. LouisRamp. It. Up! Podcast Season 3 Episode 9: All About the (SSI/SSDI) Benefits Baby with Atty. Jeffery MindeRamp. It. Up! Podcast Season 4 Episode 10: SCI Awareness Month 2023: Atty. Joshua BasileStay Connected to the PodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ramp.it.up.podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZoeOnWheelz/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZAnH8I6sGEf7SJ9OKw8dEAEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
MLOps podcast #180 with Kyle Harrison, General Partner at Contrary, The Centralization of Power in AI. // Abstract Kyle Harrison delves into the limitations imposed by language, underscoring how it can impede our grasp and manipulation of reality while stressing the critical need for improved language model performance for real-time applications. He further explores the perils of centralizing power in AI, with a specific focus on the "Openness of AI", where concerns about privacy are brought to the forefront, prompting his call for businesses to reconsider their reliance on it. The discussion also traverses the evolving landscape of AI, drawing comparisons between prominent machine learning frameworks such as TensorFlow and PyTorch. Notably, the episode underscores the vital role of open-source initiatives within the AI community and highlights the unexpected involvement of Meta in driving open-source development. // Bio Kyle Harrison is a General Partner at Contrary, where he leads Series A and growth-stage investing. He joined Contrary from Index where he was a Partner, and before that he was a growth investor at Coatue. His portfolio includes iconic startups and public companies including Ramp, Replit, Cohere, Snowflake, and Databricks. He also regularly shares his analysis on the venture capital landscape via his Substack Investing 101. // MLOps Jobs board https://mlops.pallet.xyz/jobs // MLOps Swag/Merch https://mlops-community.myshopify.com/ // Related Links Website: https://investing1012dot0.substack.com/ The Openness of AI report: https://research.contrary.com/reports/the-openness-of-ai --------------- ✌️Connect With Us ✌️ ------------- Join our slack community: https://go.mlops.community/slack Follow us on Twitter: @mlopscommunity Sign up for the next meetup: https://go.mlops.community/register Catch all episodes, blogs, newsletters, and more: https://mlops.community/ Connect with Demetrios on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dpbrinkm/ Connect with Kyle on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-harrison-9274b278/ Timestamps: [00:00] Kyle's preferred beverage [00:20] Takeaways [03:52] Hype in technology space [09:20] Application Layer Revenue [14:44] Stability AI Lawsuit [18:08] Concern over concentration of power in AI [20:20] Transparency concerns [23:35] Open Source AI [25:57] To use or not to use Open AI [30:51] Lack of technical expertise and business-building capabilities [35:09] AI Transparency and Accountability [37:50] Traditional ML [41:47] Finding a unique approach [45:41] AGI limitations [47:43] Using Agents [49:46] Agents getting past demos [54:39] Tech Challenges & Hoverboard Dreams [58:04] Both AI hype and skepticism are foolish [01:27] Wrap up
Colin Zima is the co-founder and CEO of Omni, a business intelligence tool that has raised over $26.9m. Prior to starting Omni, Colin was Chief Analytics Officer and VP of Product at Looker, which was acquired by Google for $2.6b. Colin was an early employee at Looker, and stood up its high-touch customer support arm, which turned into a cornerstone competitive advantage for the company. — In today's episode we discuss: Lessons from Looker When, why and how to invest in white-glove customer support Tactics for scaling high-touch customer support Colin's intuition-based approach to product How Looker hit their goals for 24 quarters in a row The founding story of Omni Colin's hot takes on picking startups, hiring PMs, and more — Referenced: Amazon Redshift: https://aws.amazon.com/redshift/ BigQuery: https://cloud.google.com/bigquery Hotel Tonight: https://www.hoteltonight.com/ Omni: https://omni.co/ Ramp: https://ramp.com/ Rillet: https://rillet.com/ Snowflake: https://www.snowflake.com/en/ Tableau: https://www.tableau.com/ TechCrunch article on Looker's acquisition by Google: https://techcrunch.com/2020/02/13/google-closes-2-6b-looker-acquisition/ Vanta's founder on the In Depth podcast: https://review.firstround.com/podcast/episode-86 — Where to find Brett Berson: Twitter: https://twitter.com/brettberson LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brett-berson-9986094/ — Where to find Colin Zima: Twitter: https://twitter.com/drinkzima?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colinzima/ — Where to find First Round Capital: Website: https://firstround.com/ First Round Review: https://review.firstround.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/firstround Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@FirstRoundCapital This podcast on all platforms: https://review.firstround.com/podcast — Timestamps: (00:00) Introduction (02:30) Colin's unique entry into Looker (04:35) How Colin talks to users (08:20) How Colin's scope at Looker expanded (10:53) Why and how to provide white-glove customer support (20:25) Which companies should invest heavily in customer support? (22:49) Hiring for and hiring from customer support (27:40) The #1 thing for making customer support effective at scale (29:32) The culture of customer support at Omni (32:57) Insights on product strategy (41:33) The role of intuition vs data in product decisions (44:25) The merits and downsides of an intuition-driven approach to product (48:36) Insights from hitting every goal for 24 quarters straight (55:07) The founding story of Omni (58:10) How Colin maintains intellectual honesty as a founder (60:02) How Colin thinks about what to copy vs not copy from Looker (63:25) How to pick which startup to join (66:07) The most underrated trait in early stage startup employees (68:11) Colin's take on founder-market-fit (69:42] Unpopular opinion on how to hire good PMs (72:28) The people who made an outsized impact on Colin's career
Eliminate the intimidation factor when it comes to starting MTNTOUGH and working out in a fitness facility. GYM ON-RAMP incorporates functional, dynamic movements on basic gym equipment. So grab your keys and hit the road – it's time to level up and go.Why We Built ItDon't just pay for your gym membership: Use it. GYM ON-RAMP was built to eliminate the intimidation of navigating the ins and outs of fitness equipment in a public setting. This self-guided program cuts through the confusion of using basic fitness equipment found in most gyms through a series of functional, dynamic movements that deliver a full body workout.The goal? To provide you with a gameplan before you even enter the fitness facility. In this three-day, two-week program, each movement will be demonstrated by trainer Sarah Maschino in short explainer videos along with an outline of the day's workout. Sarah will offer tips on technique and explain ways to ramp up or ramp down, depending on your fitness level and stamina. At the end of this two-week session, you should feel comfortable in a gym setting and understand how to use basic equipment with confidence.To complete GYM ON-RAMP, you will need access to a gym – either at home or in a fitness facility – for movements that uses basic equipment like barbells, dumbbells, a bench, kettlebells, resistance bands, TRX straps and stability balls. Each workout is 30 to 40 minutes long and includes a warmup, a series of mobility and muscle activation compound movements and a cool down.Whether you want to kickstart your fitness journey or switch up a lifting routine to one that's full-body, GYM ON-RAMP will get you off the couch and out the door, ready to hit the gym and transform your life.You got this. Download the MTNTOUGH app from your device's app store and get started.
In this episode, Engin Anil, the VP of Software Engineering at Gatik, joins the podcast to discuss the complexities and challenges in the autonomous vehicle space. Amir and Engin explore the sophistication of autonomous vehicle technology and the need to build confidence and trust in these vehicles. The episode sheds light on the intricate nature of coding for autonomous vehicles, comparing it to the coding required for Boeing or Airbus airplanes. Tune in to gain insights into the impacts and complexities of autonomous vehicles and the software behind them. Highlights: [00:01:05] Complexity of autonomous vehicles. [00:05:48] Differentiating between vehicles. [00:10:38] Transferable skills in computer vision. [00:13:41] Ramp up on history [00:18:04] Cross-disciplinary work in perception. [00:19:13] Perception problem in AI algorithms. [00:23:01] The magnitude of ambition. Guest: Engin Anil is the VP of Software Engineering at Gatik. Engin focuses on operational excellence in autonomous technology and robotics by hyper-focusing organizations on what is important. He empowers engineering, product, and operations teams to take products to market quicker by rapid development and customer feedback iterations. He bridges his teams and executive leadership, ensuring open communications. Engin creates a safe environment where people can lean on both individual and team strengths while continuing to learn and grow. Engin earned a PhD from Carnegie Mellon University. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ebanil/ --- Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Tech Trek, and we would appreciate it if you would take a minute to rate and review us on your favorite podcast player. Want to learn more about us? Head over at https://www.elevano.com Have questions or want to cover specific topics with our future guests? Please message me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/amirbormand (Amir Bormand)
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Brandon Zech talks with special guest Jon Revett about life in the Texas Panhandle and about the 50th anniversary of artist Robert Smithson's "Amarillo Ramp." "Smithson is using the land to give you a place to re-view the land and see it from a different point of view and think about it in a different way." See related readings here: https://glasstire.com/2023/10/08/art-dirt-amarillo-ramp-cadillac-ranch-the-texas-panhandle-with-jon-revett Thanks to this week's podcast sponsor, the Menil Collection in Houston, Texas, and their exhibition, "The Iconic Portrait Strand by Nestor Topchy," on view now through January 21, 2024. On Thursday, October 12, at 7 p.m., Topchy will be joined by Timothy Morton, the Rita Shea Guffey Chair in English at Rice University, for an Artist Talk in conjunction with the show. The talk and the museum are both free to the public. Find details here: https://www.menil.org
Our good buddies from Migra, Q Tip and Wade Shoemaker, joined us for duck opener and the first stop on their Boat Ramp Tour. We had way too much fun and shot some ducks and geese to top it off. We talk about the Boat Ramp Tour, break down our first duck hunt of the year and Q Tip shares some awesome stories with us. Don't miss it! New Waterfowl Film out now! 2023 DUCK OPENER! Go to OnXHunt to be better prepared for your hunt: OnX Learn more about better ammo: Migra Ammunitions Stop saying "Huh?" with better hearing protection: Soundgear Better Merch: /SHOP
Three months after the broadcast from Base Theta (and beyond), we see how the world has been affected. Transcript here: https://monkeymanproductions.com/2023/09/mto-s4-e20-transcript/ Thank you for listening to the last full episode of Moonbase Theta, Out, featuring what I think is our largest cast ever - Evan Tess Murray, Serena Rahal, Corey Spruill, Tom Zalatnai, Robin Regalado, Becca Marcus, Tal Minear, Dalia Ramahi, Leslie Gideon, Cat Blackard, Cass McPhee, M.J. Bailey, Tau Zaman, David S. Dear, Anjali Kunapaneni, Dallas Wheatley, Sarah Rhea Werner, Hazel Stapp, Shereen Lani Younes, Cole Burkhardt, Elissa Park, Alicia Atkins, Steven LaFond, NayMyo Win, Rissa Montanez, Anna Godfrey, Tina Daniels, Lisette Alvarez, Emma Sherr-Ziarko, Claudia Elvidge, Jen Ponton, Jen Ponton, Journee LaFond, Danyelle Ellett, Gabriel Tankeo, and Leeman Kessler. And various voices in the outro that were most of those folks and a few more. Written by D.J. Sylvis; Cass McPhee is our audio engineer. Our theme music is “Star” by the band Ramp; our cover art is by Peter Chiykowski. Music for the intro segment was “Extra Real News” ; music for the outro was "The Real Story"; both by Trace Callahan. And that's it, folks. That's really where the story ends - there are four bonus minisodes to come, but those dive deeper into the characters that each is focused on, they don't really push the plot anywhere new. The story, like Barnett Bell says about revolution, like what Bilbo Baggins says about roads … goes ever on, but that doesn't mean it will all be told in the same way. I hope our little Moon tales stay with you, that you think your own thoughts about what comes next, maybe tell your own stories with a bit of Roger and Alex and Ashwini and Michell and Wilder and Nessa and Tumnus in the bones of them. Maybe one day I'll find my own way to talk about them again as well. But in the here and now, we've reached the end … and I'll say it one more time, thank you so much for listening. Our Exectutive Producers are Sarah Müller and Beka B, and our associate producers are Marty Chodorek, June Madeley , Timothy LaGrone, Marilyn Reid, Marissa Robertcop and Linda Boyer. Thank you guys so much for your support, and helping and trusting us to bring this story to life. We love what we've done with it, and we hope you love it as much as we do. As we bring this series to a close and thank you yet again for supporting us through it all, this is a great time to talk about how you can join us on our next adventure. Our Patreon backers get weekly email updates and behind the scenes sneak peeks at our next show, so we would love to see you there. Or sign up for our mailing list to get our monthly newsletter and stay up to date on all the things at MonkeymanProductions.com. And of course our merch is still available if you need that Cas and Pol shirt! But most of all: we made it to the end, because of you. Thank you for listening. And, as always, keep watching the moon. Network: https://fableandfolly.com/ Twitter: @MoonbaseThetaOu and @MonkeymanProd Discord: https://discord.gg/6NAhrG5 Facebook: Monkeyman Productions Merch: http://tee.pub/lic/zUb0YN1_6mw Music & Sound Effects Attribution (including dynamic ads): https://monkeymanproductions.com/sound-effects-credit/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Drop 1: Circle Perimeter https://www.coindesk.com/business/2023/09/29/circle-rolls-out-open-source-protocol-to-help-build-tokenized-credit-markets/Drop 2: Bitcoin Runes https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-ordinals-creator-casey-rodarmor-pitches-brc-token-alternative-runesDrop 3: Blockchain ID na Argentina https://www.theblock.co/post/253417/city-of-buenos-aires-launching-blockchain-based-digital-id-service .. More: Banco ABC adota JPM Coin para pagamentoshttps://www.cbb.gov.bh/media-center/bank-abc-goes-live-with-instant-blockchain-payments-for-institutions-with-j-p-morgans-coin-systems-in-partnership-with-the-cbb/Google adiciona 11 Blockchains ao serviço Big Queryhttps://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/data-for-11-more-blockchains-in-bigquery-public-datasetsOrix Bank e Binance planejam oferta de Stablecoins no Japão https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Cryptocurrencies/Orix-Bank-Binance-eye-stablecoin-offerings-in-JapanServiço de on-ramp da Ramp agora também disponível na MetaMask https://go.ramp.network/mm-partnershipCardano Name System, lança registro de domínio web3 na rede Cardanohttps://cnscardano.medium.com/introducing-cns-the-web3-social-id-for-cardano-242464681eeb0Fireblocks compra Blockfold, especializada em tokenização https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/fireblocks-acquires-tokenization-firm-blockfold-to-serve-industrys-largest-banks--financial-institutions-301942560.htmlGoogle passa a atuar como validador da rede Polygon https://cointelegraph.com/news/google-cloud-validator-polygon-ethereum-network .. Meu conteúdo em inglês https://bi.11fs.com/Me sigam em blockdrops.lens e na newsletter do linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/build-relation/newsletter-follow?entityUrn=7056680685142454272 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blockdropspodcast/message
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The non-Trump candidates square off in a debate at the Reagan Library, Buttigieg warns that all cars are going electric, and a judge tries to shut down all of Trump's businesses. Ep.1340 - - - Click here to join the member exclusive portion of my show: https://utm.io/ueSEl - - - DailyWire+: Watch Episodes 1-6 of Convicting a Murderer here: https://bit.ly/3RbWBPL Become a DailyWire+ member to gain access to movies, shows, documentaries, and more: https://bit.ly/3jJQBQ7 Get your Yes or No game here: https://bit.ly/3X6tlKY - - - Today's Sponsors: Ramp - Get $250 when you join Ramp: http://ramp.com/knowles Christian Care Ministry - Get a $150 gift card when you join Medi-Share at http://www.medishare.com/Michael *To receive the $150 gift card Application and all Form Center documents must be completed and First Month's Share must be paid by Sept. 31st, 2023 at 9:00 PM EST. - - - Socials: Follow on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3RwKpq6 Follow on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3BqZLXA Follow on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3eEmwyg Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3L273Ek
On this episode of the Ramp. It. Up! Podcast, Ian Ruder joins the show for SCI Awareness Month.Ramp. It. Up!Get To Know Our Guests Ian Ruder is the Editor-in-Chief of New Mobility, the longest-running, most-trusted magazine and web site for active wheelchair users (newmobility.com). A quadriplegic himself, Ruder joined the New Mobility team in 2011 when the magazine was purchased by United Spinal Association, a non-profit focused on mobility-related disability. Prior to working for New Mobility, he worked as a freelance journalist in the Pacific Northwest. When he is not working to promote authentic voices and stories from the disability community, he can likely be found enjoying the culinary delights in his hometown of Portland, Oregon, or rooting for his San Francisco Giants.About: https://newmobility.com/author/iruder/Website: https://newmobility.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/newmobilitymagTwitter: https://twitter.com/NewMobilityMagStay Connected to the PodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ramp.it.up.podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZoeOnWheelz/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZAnH8I6sGEf7SJ9OKw8dEAEmail: email@example.comSupport the show
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This episode Kate and Nancy discuss a paper revealing updated research on the requirements of horses using the 5 domains model. This is a foundational start to assessing welfare. Research Reference: Harvey, A.M.; Ramp, D.; Mellor, D.J. Review of the Foundational Knowledge Required for Assessing Horse Welfare. Animals 2022, 12, 3385. https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/12/23/3385 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nancy-mclean/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nancy-mclean/support
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Welcome back for another episode of the Ramp. It. Up! Podcast. In the month of September we are observing Spinal Cord Injury Awareness month. My guest for this episode is attorney, advocate, and father, Joshua Basile. He shares how he dedicated his life to advocacy after acquiring his SCI. Ramp. It. Up!Get To Know Our Guests Meet Josh Basile a C4-5 quadriplegic, power wheelchair user, disability rights advocate, trial attorney, inventor, and proud father. In 2004 at the age of 18, Josh was paralyzed below the shoulders in a beach accident. Soon after he formed the Determined2Heal Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, to empower newly injured families. Josh created the world's largest paralysis video mentoring network through SPINALpedia.com with 30,000 videos searchable by physical functionality. As a medical malpractice lawyer and disabilities rights advocate, Josh serves persons with disabilities both in the courtroom and through policy initiatives. As a community leader and changemaker, Josh works tirelessly to improve the quality of life the people with disabilities and to continuously break down existing barriers to access and inclusion, independent living, transportation, employment, and web accessibility.Website: https://spinalpedia.com/https://www.determined2heal.org/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spinalpedia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SPINALpedia Stay Connected to the PodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ramp.it.up.podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZoeOnWheelz/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZAnH8I6sGEf7SJ9OKw8dEAEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgDrinking With Tom“Drinking With Tom” The podcast where we drink and talk about stuff. We like to...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
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