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Real Estate Disruptors
Flipping Houses —25 a Year, Remotely

Real Estate Disruptors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 102:47


Alex Camacho and Will Wall of Alex Buy Houses flew in from Hawaii and Los Angeles to talk about flipping houses remotely. Flipping Houses—25 a Year Remotely while Living in Hawaii & Mexico | Video Replay Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Share this with someone... The post Flipping Houses —25 a Year, Remotely appeared first on Real Estate Disruptors.

Technik und Meer - Faszination Meerestechnik
#18 Faszination Unterwasserroboter - Christian Haag, Mariscope Kiel

Technik und Meer - Faszination Meerestechnik

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 24:24


Christian Haag stellt  seit 28 Jahren Unterwasserroboter her, ROVs:  Remotely operated Vehicles. Heute gehören ROVs ganz normal zur Meerestechnik dazu, als Christian Haag jedoch 1995 auf der Düsseldorfer Bootsmesse den ersten Prototypen vorstellte, da war das eine Sensation. Damit machte seine Firma,  Mariscope mit Sitz in Kiel, sich international einen Namen. ROVs von Mariscope sind heute weltweit im Einsatz, werden aber nach wie in Kiel gebaut. Christian Haag hat seinen Lebensmittelpunkt inzwischen nach Chile verlegt, um seine Meerestechnik auch auf dem Südamerikanischen Markt zu platzieren. www.mariscope.dewww.maritime-technik.dewww.baerbel-fening.de

Get Paid For Your Pad | Airbnb Hosting | Vacation Rentals | Apartment Sharing
How to Build a Lifestyle Business Hosting Remotely

Get Paid For Your Pad | Airbnb Hosting | Vacation Rentals | Apartment Sharing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 42:52


Wouldn't it be great to be able to operate your STR business from anywhere while you travel and explore the world?True freedom is being able to operate your business from anywhere you are or feel like waking up in the morning. But is that really possible? And if so, what are the pros and cons?Sean McGregor is the Chief Experience Officer at Stay Work and Play. A digital nomad, Sean loves working remotely while traveling with his family. He's an Airbnb Superhost with over 2500 reviews and a 4.96 overall rating. His hosting story appears in the book Hospitable Hosts: Inspiring & Memorable Stories From Airbnb Hosts Around The World To Educate & Motivate.On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, Sean joins me to discuss how he turned his STR business into a lifestyle business hosting remotely with property owners all over the country—most he's never even met in person.Listen in as Sean shares how his business took off after he completed Legends X. He'll walk us through the tips and tools he learned from the program that have helped him hold fast to the goal he lives by for his digital nomad family and his ambitious host oath.Plus, the business hacks he uses so that anyone on his team can successfully replace him in the day-to-day of running his STR business.If you're interested in growing your business, we have a few spots in our next Legends X STR Accelerator class. Don't wait—Apply Now! Plus, our new FREE training: The Step-By-Step Plan for Scaling Your Airbnb Business to $1M and Beyond.Topics CoveredThe hacks Sean uses to put his business on autopilot so that he can live location independent with his family2 processes Sean put in place to achieve his high bar host oathWhy putting yourself into a traveler's mindset will help you deliver the best guest experience possibleHow he overcame the challenges of renting places he's never seenThe two-pronged discovery process Sean uses to ensure his guests leave a 5-star reviewHow he's addressing owner issues while smoothing things out for his teamWhy Sean thinks his location anywhere lifestyle has helped him work with more ownersThe #1 thing that helps him stay prepared for the curveballs that come up in his STR businessWhy his goal is to help other STR hosts become digital nomadsConnect with SeanSean on LinkedInResourcesScaling a Remote Co-Hosting Business While Maintaining a 5-Star Guest with Sean McGregor (Ep390)The Step-By-Step Plan For Scaling Your Airbnb Business to $1M and BeyondHospitable Hosts: Inspiring & Memorable Stories From Airbnb Hosts Around The World To Educate & MotivateEmail jasper@getpaidforyourpad.comSponsored byLegends X STR Accelerator See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

IT Career Energizer
345: Trust Yourself and Remember To Ask For Help with Tyler Rohrer

IT Career Energizer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 23:05


In this week's show, Phil talks to Tyler Rohrer, a serial entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience around end user computing. He has worked in and around the most progressive and challenging deployments in the world. And most recently, he founded Remotely INC, the world's first Hyper Converged Console. He is leveraging his experience in the digital workspace and end user computing space to help enterprise companies contend with the daily security risks they face with remote and hybrid end users. Tyler talks about the importance of trusting your instincts when it comes to your career. He also discusses why it's okay to ask for help and guidance when needed.   KEY TAKEAWAYS:   TOP CAREER TIP Always trust your instincts. They are generally trying to lead you in the right direction. Listen to what your heart says to you.   WORST CAREER MOMENT After hitting the wrong button, a software malfunction occurred, but it taught Tyler the value in always taking the utmost care, and to own up to your mistakes.   CAREER HIGHLIGHT Tyler was instrumental in the creation of VM Ware, which was subsequently acquired. This led to his appearing at a conference in front of Michael Dell.   THE FUTURE OF CAREERS IN I.T The unbounded nature of IT itself. This is a field in which you can literally learn about, and gain mastery over, things we never considered possible.   THE REVEAL What first attracted you to a career in I.T.? – Tinkering with things and fixing them when broken. What's the best career advice you received? – Take chances! What's the worst career advice you received? – Follow the rules and DON'T take chances. What would you do if you started your career now? – Look more into automation and robotics What are your current career objectives? – To take all the lessons learned and distill them into a book What's your number one non-technical skill? – Endurance and persistence How do you keep your own career energized? – Balance technical interests with sports and other pursuits. What do you do away from technology? – Rally driving, hiking outdoors and exploring nature.   FINAL CAREER TIP Ask for help if you need it. It's okay to not know everything, and you only learn by seeking answers from others.   BEST MOMENTS (4:04) – Tyler – “We think of scale in one dimension right now” (7:00) – Tyler - “Having the confidence to bring your best self to every conversation really goes a long way” (6:00) – Tyler – “More than anything else, trust yourself” (10:50)– Tyler – “I've learned as much from the good ideas as the poor ones”   ABOUT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil Burgess is an independent IT consultant who has spent the last 20 years helping organizations to design, develop, and implement software solutions.  Phil has always had an interest in helping others to develop and advance their careers.  And in 2017 Phil started the I.T. Career Energizer podcast to try to help as many people as possible to learn from the career advice and experiences of those that have been, and still are, on that same career journey.   CONTACT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil can be contacted through the following Social Media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/_PhilBurgess LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/philburgess Instagram: https://instagram.com/_philburgess Website: https://itcareerenergizer.com/contact Phil is also reachable by email at phil@itcareerenergizer.com and via the podcast's website, https://itcareerenergizer.com Join the I.T. Career Energizer Community on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/ITCareerEnergizer   ABOUT THE GUEST – TYLER ROHRER Tyler Rohrer is a serial entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience around end user computing. He has worked in and around the most progressive and challenging deployments in the world. And most recently, he founded Remotely INC, the world's first Hyper Converged Console. He is leveraging his experience in the digital workspace and end user computing space to help enterprise companies contend with the daily security risks they face with remote and hybrid end users.   CONTACT THE GUEST – TYLER ROHRER Twitter: https://twitter.com/Remotely_TREX LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jtylerrohrer/ Website: https://remotelyrmm.com

Going Deep with Aaron Watson
540 Making Mental Wellness Remotely Available with Sara Makin

Going Deep with Aaron Watson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 37:43


Sara Makin has built Makin Wellness into one of Pennsylvania's top online therapy platforms in just five years. She started Makin Wellness in 2017 on a mission to help millions of people heal and become happy again by providing excellent mental health care.   Today, Makin Wellness has over 50 employees and a goal of becoming a national provider of a results-based, individualized approach to online mental health care. Sara entered Psychology Grad School with a clear vision of having a multi-state Mental Health Company.   In this episode, Aaron and Sara discuss how to scale a remote mental health startup, managing millions of dollars in medical billing, and articulating a clear vision for your company.   Sara Makin's Challenge; Take ten minutes in the morning to do something nice for yourself.   Connect with Sara Makin (Makin Wellness) Linkedin Twitter Website Instagram Facebook Tiktok Pinterest   If you liked this interview, check out the episode Ketamine for Mental Health w/ Mindbloom founder Dylan Beynon.   Underwritten by Piper Creative Piper Creative makes creating podcasts, vlogs, and videos easy.    How? Click here and Learn more.   We work with Fortune 500s, medium-sized companies, and entrepreneurs.   Follow Piper as we grow YouTube   Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | Overcast | Spotify 

Real Estate (Un)Success Stories
Investing Remotely with Billy Keels

Real Estate (Un)Success Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 19:01


Welcome to the Real Estate (Un) Success podcast where our host, Cody Lewis talks to people from the real estate community, sharing real stories about their struggles, pains, and even losses during their own real estate journey.       Billy Keels is a fellow podcaster and host of the weekly, Going Long podcast. In each episode, Billy helps guide you to continue with your W-2 job, while building your education as well as passive income streams.     In this episode of the Real Estate (Un) Success Stories podcast, Cody connects with Billy to learn from his origin story of growing up in a middle-class family in Columbus, OH. Initially, he knew nothing about investing as was too embarrassed to ask. Billy remembers a point in his life where he challenged himself to learn everything he could about all things money and investing.     During the conversation with Billy, Cody and you learn many different “life lessons” and “nuggets” to help you begin the financial and investing process, all of which are intended to guide you towards your own financial freedom.     If you'd like to connect with Billy, he's available on most social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. Don't forget to subscribe to his YouTube channel and visit his website.       Thanks for listening to The Real Estate (Un)Success Stories podcast.  Help someone hear the challenges we went through so they can avoid the same mistake by sharing this episode or listen to our previous episodes. Please don't forget to leave a review and 5-star rating on your favorite podcasting platform.         Vendue Capital is on the Web and, you can connect with our host, Cody Lewis on LinkedIn.       Production services for The Real Estate (Un)Success Stories podcast are provided by Downtown Podcasting. To start a conversation on how you can have a podcast, simply send an email to info@downtownpodcasting.com.

Real Estate (Un)Success Stories
Investing Remotely with Billy Keels

Real Estate (Un)Success Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 19:01


Welcome to the Real Estate (Un) Success podcast where our host, Cody Lewis talks to people from the real estate community, sharing real stories about their struggles, pains, and even losses during their own real estate journey.       Billy Keels is a fellow podcaster and host of the weekly, Going Long podcast. In each episode, Billy helps guide you to continue with your W-2 job, while building your education as well as passive income streams.     In this episode of the Real Estate (Un) Success Stories podcast, Cody connects with Billy to learn from his origin story of growing up in a middle-class family in Columbus, OH. Initially, he knew nothing about investing as was too embarrassed to ask. Billy remembers a point in his life where he challenged himself to learn everything he could about all things money and investing.     During the conversation with Billy, Cody and you learn many different “life lessons” and “nuggets” to help you begin the financial and investing process, all of which are intended to guide you towards your own financial freedom.     If you'd like to connect with Billy, he's available on most social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. Don't forget to subscribe to his YouTube channel and visit his website.       Thanks for listening to The Real Estate (Un)Success Stories podcast.  Help someone hear the challenges we went through so they can avoid the same mistake by sharing this episode or listen to our previous episodes. Please don't forget to leave a review and 5-star rating on your favorite podcasting platform.         Vendue Capital is on the Web and, you can connect with our host, Cody Lewis on LinkedIn.       Production services for The Real Estate (Un)Success Stories podcast are provided by Downtown Podcasting. To start a conversation on how you can have a podcast, simply send an email to info@downtownpodcasting.com.

Purple FTW!
REPORT: Ndamukong Suh & Minnesota Vikings "Aren't Remotely Close" (ep. 1451)

Purple FTW!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 45:08


Free agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh remains on the market and despite multiple conversations with the Minnesota Vikings, the two sides "aren't remotely close", per Darren Wolfson of KSTP Sports.  Timestamps: • (0:40) Not Close to Suh • (5:00) Friday Practice Recap • (15:15) Rookie Recap • (25:42) Darrisaw Arm • (29:23) Why Asamoah Picked #33 • (32:48) CJ or Bradbury to TE? • (37:04) HOF Game A Northern Digital Production  --- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/purpleftwpodcast

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw
Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw - Ep 97

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 5:41


This podcast is a continuation and follow-up from a recent episode and it extends the discussion about defending one's position in human interaction.  Dr. Shaw cites an example from her own life wherein she could have been argumentative and defensive, but because she is aware of NOT defending her position and to actually observe and understand what could be seen as an opposing point of view, she actually ends up learning from the situation.   Energy is not wasted in this scenario on a discussion of what's right or wrong as it doesn't matter what's right and wrong... what matter is having the ability to see the situation through the eyes of another person and to learn and grow from that observation and from the compromise it might inspire.  It's a difficult instinct and a muscle that must be developed, but it can be an extremely helpful for children who can only gain by seeing all sides of a situation. 

Manage 2 Win
#167 – Leading People Remotely is NOT What You Think. Learn How to do it Well.

Manage 2 Win

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:13


Liam Martin has been leading as many as 150 remote employees in 43 different countries, without a single company office, for over 15 years.  Most of us have only been working remote for 2-3 years.    What results has he achieved?  Liam and his team have grown his companies' revenue, Time Doctor and Staffing.com, well into eight figures.  That is tens of millions of dollars, and success by anyone's measure!  So, what's he doing that we should be doing?  Liam explains on this podcast and in his new book, Running Remote: Master the Lessons from the World's Most Successful Remote-Work Pioneers.  Managing people remotely is not what most people think.  It is NOT simply transferring the same management style into the digital world.   Liam talks with David about how leading remotely is a completely different animal.  It requires a distinct methodology from the one used to manage people inside an office.    Join this podcast to learn some of the mindset and strategies that the world's most successful remote work leaders developed to grow their organizations from the ground up.  In addition to running his companies, Liam is also a co-organizer of the world's largest remote work conference — Running Remote. Liam is an avid proponent of remote work and has been published in Forbes, Inc, Mashable, TechCrunch, Fast Company, Wired, The Wall Street Journal, The Next Web, The Huffington Post, Venturebeat, and many other publications specifically targeting the expansion of remote work.  -------   This Manage 2 Win Podcast episode is brought to you by Habitly.  I (David) review Habitly best practices regularly, and teach these essential people skills to clients weekly.  This advice has changed my life, and made millions for our clients.  I started developing Habitly content in 2004.  Habitly's powerful best practices have now been taught to thousands of people worldwide.  For instance, you can learn how to Create time in your day;  Get more from meetings;  Stay calm;  Achieve significant targets;  and Become a great leader.  Simply study and apply the expert knowledge provided in Habitly courses and micro-learning episodes.   Whether you're just out of college, or someone with over 20 years work experience, learn the habits of highly successful people on Habitly.    Test drive Habitly for 7 days on us!  This includes full access to the entire Habitly knowledgebase – www.habitly.com.   

On The Go from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)
Monitoring Parkinson disease remotely and online.

On The Go from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 10:24


A Ph.D student at MUN is the co-founder of software that does it. We'll hear more about it and how she'll be representing Canada at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards

OC Talk Radio
Virtual Reality Training in Medicine: Making Medical Practice Accessible Remotely with Christine King and Arabian Prince

OC Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 45:11


In this day and age where education and learning mean sitting in front of your computer screen and listening to your professor discuss can be very detrimental in the long run because of the lack of practical learning. This is exceptionally unacceptable in the field of medicine, where interactive learning should always be the aim of every educator.This is where Virtual Reality Training comes into play., In a sense, this can be the next step in the path of education we are striving for. Although not the same as experiencing the training or operation yourself, virtual reality can give us a sense of what to expect in various scenarios in the operating room.Platforms of learning like these can also be used to bring about equity in terms of education and healthcare. This means everyone can have access to these materials, bringing down barriers and boundaries so that everyone can enjoy the same privileges.    Memorable Quotes:“There are great lessons to be learned in reviewing past performances of your own and the other people around you.” – Paul Roberts “We found that clinical immersion, meaning being able to just be a fly on the wall and stand in medical procedure really is helpful for students to learn, especially biomedical engineers and medical students, what is going on, what to expect and how can we innovate and help the people, the physicians that we're going to be working for or working with” – Christine KingThe mission of obtaining health equity is so important. It means everyone has access, not just the privileged, not just the ones with big bank accounts, but the inner cities, the communities, the minority, or the general population everyone has access to quality health, to quality education. – Dr. TrinhThey should be able to see what doctors do. And a lot of times that will help demystify what's going on. – Arabian PrinceAbout the Guests:Christine King is an assistant professor of Teaching in the Biomedical Department at the University of California, Irvine, and a NIH R - 25 Grantee. She also specializes in women's health medical devices and engineering education for medicine and entrepreneurism.Kim Renard Nazel a.k.a Arabian Prince/Professor X is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and DJ. He is best known as a founding member of N.W.A. As a consultant, Arabian has advised many companies on bridging the gap between technology and the youth, while bringing new product innovations to market.About the Host:Dung Trinh, MD is the Chief Medical Officer of Irvine Clinical Research, a medical missionary with TongueOut Medical Missions, and holds leadership positions with multiple health care organizations in Orange County. He is a keynote speaker, best-selling author, and Host of “Health Talks with Dr. Trinh” which can be heard weekly on OC Talk Radio. Connect with Dr. Trinh:HealthTalks OC WebsiteTongue OutFacebook PageFacebook (Personal Account)InstagramLinkedInYouTube

Game of Favorites
Remotely Funny | Ep. 226

Game of Favorites

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 92:19


**ALEX** @alexthesccrflsh on Twitter at https://twitter.com/alexthesccrflsh @alexthesoccerflash on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/alexthesoccerflash/ **MICK** @amyckdala on Twitter at https://twitter.com/amyckdala @micktfmetcalf on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/micktfmetcalf/ **ERKY**

360 with Katie Woolf
1262: Independent Member for Araluen Robyn Lambley talks about alcohol policy and changes made in parliament which allows politicians to attend remotely.

360 with Katie Woolf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 14:35


The Accidental Communicator
What's The Best Way To Connect With Your Audience Remotely?

The Accidental Communicator

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 8:38


More and more speakers are being asked to deliver their speeches remotely. On one hand this is a good thing – we are being asked to give more speeches and we can share the importance of public speaking. On the other hand, it can be challenging to transform our in-person speech into a speech that works when presented on a computer screen. The good news is that this can be done. You have the ability to give a speech that will connect with your audience and you just may change their lives even though you are not there with them. However, in order to make that happen, you are going to have to change how you give your speeches. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jim-anderson1/support

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw
Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw - Ep. 96

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 6:33


In this brief episode, Dr. Shaw discusses the fascinating topic of strategically balancing the strong tendencies in children.   She uses the example of being a fighter, and Dr. Shaw starts out by admitting that she had that quality and that that quality or tendency is often seen as a negative.  Dr. Shaw points out that there are absolutely positive aspects when a child is prone to having a strong personality or is a "fighter," and she offers some interesting illustrative examples of how that behavior might play out.  As she often does, Dr. Shaw brings the conversation around to maintaining effective communication with your child so that there is clarity when a strong personality trait results in correct or incorrect behavior.

Just Start Real Estate with Mike Simmons
Flipping Houses Remotely FULL TIME At Age 24 with Dominique Gunderson

Just Start Real Estate with Mike Simmons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 43:29


Today's Guest: Dominique Gunderson Dominique is co-founder with her husband Mitch of Gunderson Homes and has been involved in real estate since graduating high school at age 17. She started her career as an agent and then transitioned into wholesaling to build experience and capital, but her main interest was always in owning and investing in fix and flip properties. After building the right relationships and doing a lot of deals through wholesaling, Dominique was able to start her own fix and flip business at age 21. Today she still runs that house flipping business in New Orleans, all while living in Colorado. Her mission is to transform houses into beautiful and affordable spaces for new buyers and tenants and help as many families as possible to solve problems such as foreclosure, large repairs or structural damage, unpaid liens, bankruptcy, and problem tenants. Highlights From The Show: We begin the episode with Dominique sharing her background story and how she ended up in real estate. Dominique shares she is currently 24 years old and has been investing in real estate since she was able to work. She started investing in her teens after graduating from high school. Dominique started by learning about real estate, contracts, and what it meant to buy and sell houses to get her feet on the ground. She became an agent as soon as she could, at 18 years, to get some experience and one year later jumped into wholesaling. She did that for a couple of years before transitioning into what she is doing today, flipping houses to revitalize neighborhoods and add value. We then talk about what inspired Dominique into real estate at an early age. She shares that neither of her parents was in real estate, they didn't own a home, and she didn't know what real estate was until she started learning about it in high school. Seeing her parents struggling while growing up, always in debt, trying to figure out their finances, and working 9-5 jobs, Dominique wanted to do something different. She shares that she heard about real estate at fourteen when her mom finally figured out how to save up and qualify for a loan to purchase a townhome. This was in 2012, and the market was very low, but they bought a home that needed renovation. The whole process of buying and renovating the house was fascinating, and it sparked her interest in real estate investing and value addition. Next, we talk about Dominique's experience as an agent and her perspective on the real estate agent track. Dominique shares that after her first day working for the most successful agent in their area, she knew she did not want to be an agent. It was so transactional, had a lot of paperwork, and had nothing to do with buying and selling real estate. According to Dominique, that was 0% of the work she wanted, but she knew it would be a pivotal part of her journey. We then talk about why Dominique started with wholesaling first. She shares that she knew from the beginning that house flipping was her goal but felt like she didn't know enough yet. Dominique was 19 years old, had no money, and had never done an investment deal. As an agent, there were many things she didn't know from the buyer and seller standpoint, such as going through the escrow or title search, and she wanted to learn all that. Dominique also shares that she wanted to have her own money and not depend on other people all the time. According to her, being young was the hardest thing when she was starting out because people immediately didn't trust her because they thought she didn't know what she was doing. Next, we talk about Dominique's strategy of finding deals. Dominique shares that back in 2016/2017, when she started investing, she was part of a wholesale team, which was the key to her success in different ways. First, it was working with a small team of people. The team was similar to the real estate agent, where everyone was on their own, doing their own deals. Being in an office surrounded by people doing the same thing enabled her to learn very quickly what was working and what wasn't. She was also able to do JV deals and work together with others on contracts to split the fee. Second, it was getting creative and trying everything to see what worked. Lastly, we talk about how she went from wholesaling in LA to flipping in Louisiana and how she finds deals. Dominique shares that the transition from Los Angeles to New Orleans was based on affordability. After doing a range of 40 to 45 wholesale transaction deals in a year and a half, she had the experience, was able to save up, and was ready to follow her passion in flipping. Dominique could have done it in LA because she already had her network, but her savings were just enough for a downpayment. She had two options: bring in hard money and get investors involved, or take what she had and go to a different market where she could pay for the rental, purchase, and fee costs without risking owing somebody a lot of money if anything goes wrong. Dominique chose a cheaper and more affordable market to start out, which turned out to be New Orleans. She also shares that her strategy of finding deals there is through relationships, networking with wholesalers, foreclosures, and direct sale marketing. Make sure you don't miss another amazing episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast with Dominique Gunderson and get valuable information on how to flip houses remotely full-time! Notable Quotes: “Sometimes, when you are the one putting your money at risk, you want to know everything that is going on.” Dominique Gunderson “Finding and building a loyal team is critical to success in any investment in real estate.” Dominique Gunderson “Real estate is a career, and just like anything else you go to school to learn. It takes time and requires work and effort, but it will pay off.“ Dominique Gunderson Thank You for Listening! Connect with Mike on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Linkedin, Facebook Help Out the Show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help, and I read each one. Subscribe on iTunes. Resources and Links From Today's Show: Gunderson Homes Dominique on LinkedIn Dominique on Instagram Dominique on Facebook More Resources From Mike: Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months WINNING DIRECT MAIL - How to CRUSH IT with direct mail! 7 Figure Investor Video Course - Scale your business to 7 figures. I'll show you how!

Life in Progress
Ep. 79: How I Manage My Businesses Remotely

Life in Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 15:17


My life lately has been both rainbows and storms, it wasn't easy to move to Madrid andleave my businesses behind but I've always believed in technology; with the help of platforms likeLazada, it empowered me to serve my passion, improve the lives of my employees, and add to the livesof my consumers—all while running my businesses remotely.As to what's next for me as a fresh graduate? Of course, I am also lost like everyone but that is thebeauty of life and business, we learn through our own journey with the failures, challenges, and smallsuccesses we achieve every single day to get where we aim to be.Angely's InstagramLife in Progress InstagramAngely's FacebookDISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and position of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast are of their own opinion, and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Voice Over Coffee Shop
VOCS 048 | Coffee with Everett Oliver

The Voice Over Coffee Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 43:54


In this episode, we have my good friend Everett Oliver!  Everett is a 25-year veteran of the entertainment industry. He specializes in professional directing for Voice Over auditions and has built a prolific career as an animation demo co-producer, a private coach for commercial and animation, as well as having building a business in the career building consultant field. In this episode we talk about: - Remotely getting into the LA market -Making yourself valuable to recording studios -Getting out of your head

Creating Wealth through Passive Apartment Investing
EP#263 Investing, setting up & managing a short-term rental space remotely with Steffany Boldrini

Creating Wealth through Passive Apartment Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 15:49


" Investing in real estate is less risky than investing in start-ups. "Today, I sit with Steffany Boldrini, Principal at Monte Carlo RE Investments. Steffany has been an angel investor, sales director, and real estate investor. She has won multiple awards as a sales leader at successful startups (one of which went public and is worth over $20B, and another has been sold to Microsoft). Through her experience as an angel investor, Steffany realized that she much preferred investing in real estate instead of startups. For the past four years, Steffany has focused on her career in commercial real estate investing after receiving inspiration from experienced real estate investors in Silicon Valley. Steffany also hosts the “Commercial Real Estate Investing from A-Z” podcast. The show focuses on investing in retail, office, industrial, and self-storage properties.Episode Spotlights- Investing in start-ups versus real estate-  Investing, setting up a short-term rental space remotely- Systematizing repetitive tasks with technology - Go to conferences if you want to get into a new asset class- Self-storage is the easiest and the safest- Acquisition criteria & Business plan with self-storage investmentsBook Recommendation: Who Not HowGrab your freebie - Tips for Multifamily Investing at www.ushacapital.comFound this episode insightful? Show us some love by spreading the word on social media or  rating and reviewing the show here - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/multifamily-ap360/id1522097213Follow Rama on socials!LinkedIn | Meta | Twitter | InstagramConnect to Rama KrishnaE-mail: info@ushacapital.comWebsite: www.ushacapital.com

Unsafe Space
[Episode 0819] [Rebel Civics] Living Remotely | Guest: Beverly

Unsafe Space

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 57:51


Keith and special guest, Beverly, chat in the Rebel Civics Mobile Studio about living remotely. Many people never even think about living mostly or entirely independent of the infrastructure that usually dominates our lives. Being able to sustain oneself independently in a short-term natural or man-made disaster is an important civics topic not covered in government schools. In this pre-recorded episode during the return camping journey from the Free State Project's PorcFest in New Hampshire to Florida, Keith shows the 5' x 8' Teardrop trailer setup for remote boondocking that he and his girlfriend have lived in for up to two months. Then Beverly and Keith discuss the remote living and working setup, enjoyed away from it all. What would you do if you are without power/water/food stores/communications for a week? What are your plans during the Zombie Apocalypse? The video version of this episode is available here: https://unsafespace.com/ep0819 About Rebel Civics Hosted by Keith Bessette, Rebel Civics covers the principles of society and government, the ideas upon which America was founded, the history of the development of these principles, and current events in relation to them. Rebel (n): A person who is disobedient to unjust authority and stands up for fundamental principles, despite conventions and the opinions of others. Thanks for Watching! The best way to follow Unsafe Space, no matter which platforms ban us, is to visit: https://unsafespace.com While we're still allowed on YouTube, please don't forget to verify that you're subscribed, and to like and share this episode. You can find us there at: https://unsafespace.com/channel For episode clips, visit: https://unsafespace.com/clips Other video platforms on which our content can be found include: LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@unsafe BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/unsafespace/ Also, come join our community of dangerous thinkers at the following social media sites...at least until we get banned: Censorship-averse platforms: Gab: @unsafe Minds: @unsafe Locals: unsafespace.locals.com Parler: @unsafespace Telegram Chat: https://t.me/joinchat/H4OUclXTz4xwF9EapZekPg Censorship-happy platforms: Twitter: @_unsafespace Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unsafepage Instagram: @_unsafespace MeWe: https://mewe.com/p/unsafespace Support the content that you consume by visiting: https://unsafespace.com/donate Finally, don't forget to announce your status as a wrong-thinker with some Unsafe Space merch, available at: https://unsafespace.com/shop

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw
Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw - Ep. 95

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 9:55


In this edition, Dr. Shaw tackles some fascinating aspects of the education process.  She begins by contrasting teachers who teach a lot of "stuff" and who inherently include a lot of "fluff in the stuff," and there are teaches that ascribe to the philosophy that Dr. Shaw lived by and that is to teach less stuff, but went much deeper on the essentials of education.  She then introduces the concept of Guided Practice which is a type of learning where there is less independence for the child and more guidance.   With less independence, there is less of a chance that the child will learn something incorrectly, and Dr. Shaw provides a great illustrative example of guided practice.  She then moves the discussion into methods for self-learning in which one doesn't accept their own old stories or habits.  You can do that by carefully observing yourself and then you can model your own advancement by noting it for your child.  

Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow Hosted by Kevin Bupp.
#462 Learning to Invest and Manage Properties Remotely

Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow Hosted by Kevin Bupp.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 36:15


Our guest for this week's show is entrepreneur, real estate investment expert, and fellow podcaster, Michael Albaum.  Michael is a real estate investor and Program Manager/Head Coach of Roof-stock Academy, which is one of the world's leading real estate investment marketplaces and has exceeded more than $6 billion in transactions and continues to disrupt the industry with cutting-edge technology and innovations.  In the last decade, Michael has done a variety of deals ranging from single-family homes to longer-term NNN lease properties with national chain tenants. After years of investing, he found his niche in long-distance, value-add multifamily investing. Michael recently left the 9-5 world and prior to the pandemic was traveling around the world with his wife, who is also able to work remotely.     Quote:   “As I grew organically in the real estate space, my purview grew as well. And I found short-term rentals are an asset class that can make a lot of sense for a lot of people.”   Highlights:   05:45: Why getting laser-focused on particular markets led to Michael's success 07:45: The systems and processes Michael uses to manage investments remotely 09:50: How Michael manages his multi-family investments 13:05: Getting multi-family units ready to lease using property management companies 17:05: How the pandemic and today's financial market impacted Michael's investment strategy 22:00: Getting funding for rehab projects 28:10: How short-term rentals have been impacted by increases in post-covid travel 31:35: Finding financing for short-term rental investments 32:40: What advice Michael would give to himself 10 years ago   Guest Website: https://www.roofstockacademy.com/   Recommended Resources:  Check out our company and our investment opportunity by visiting www.SunriseCapitalInvestors.com  Self Directed IRA Investment Opportunity – Click Here To Learn More About How You Can Invest With Us Through Your SDIRA  Accredited Investors Click Here to learn more about partnering with me and my team on Mobile Home Park deals!  Grab a free copy of my latest book “The 21 Biggest Mistakes Investors Make When Purchasing their First Mobile Home Park…and how to avoid them MobileHomeParkAcademy.com  Schedule your free 30 minute "no obligation" call directly with Kevin by clicking this link https://www.timetrade.com/book/KV2D2   

Real Work From Home Jobs With Thressa
$60,000-$100,000 per year as Tech Sales! They will train you Remotely!

Real Work From Home Jobs With Thressa

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 6:17


In this podcast today, I will discuss the company Course careers! Listen to the podcast for details! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thressa-sweat/support

Income Hacker with Ryan G. Wright
How to Find and Evaluate Deals Remotely

Income Hacker with Ryan G. Wright

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 14:48


When evaluating an area for investing, I typically like do research online as well as drive the area. With new technology, it's becoming more feasible to evaluate areas remotely! Let's talk today about how to find the best places to invest—even if it's not within driving distance. The challenges of remote investing Factors to determine the right area to invest in How to evaluate a deal

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw
Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw - Ep. 94

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 6:27


In this brief but insightful episode, Dr. Shaw talks about the concept of choice and making choices.   She points out that while it can be true that perception becomes one's reality, it can also be said that the choices we make become our reality as well.  She feels that life allows us to make choices, but that our choices don't come easily.  For starters, we have to be conscious and aware to guide ourselves to making good choices.   Sometimes we are the cause of our own suffering because we don't make the right choice, but if we can teach ourselves and our children to be aware enough to change your behavior before making the wrong choice, one can avoid choosing the wrong situation to be in.  It's a deep and complex concept, yet Dr. Shaw gives some nice illustrative examples of the steps to making this work.   Make the choice to listen to and understand this strategy about choices.

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited
(July 12, 2022) Real Estate Investor 10X His Net Worth Remotely From Hawaii!

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 36:25


When Brian S. rented out the extra rooms in his first house at 22 years old, he caught the real estate bug and continued house hacking his way through the next decade to build a small portfolio of Single Family properties. Seeking knowledge on scaling his portfolio and investing in Multifamily apartment communities, he tells Al Gordon how Lifestyles Unlimited transformed his thinking and flipped his financial world right-side-up, building a $20M portfolio and 10X his Net Worth in less than 6 years! Click to Listen Now

As Told By Nomads
Building a Side Hustle Business Remotely While Working Your 9-to-5 with Brady Simpson and Alex Lakas

As Told By Nomads

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 23:33


On this episode of the As Told by Nomads podcast, Alex Lakas and Simpson Brady join Tayo. Simpson is the CEO and Alex the Chief Creative Officer and Lead Design of Peanut, which recently got sold to Insured Nomads. They built their company as a side hustle while working in other corporations and doing so remotely without barely seeing each other. They're here to share how they built the company, what the company is, how you can do something similar, and what the future could look like.Brady starts the conversation by sharing the pain he experienced during COVID that led him to start Peanuts - a company that began providing COVID-related information to travelers about their travel destinations and grew as other factors affecting travel other than COVID arose. Simpson and Alex then walk through their recruiting decisions and how Peanut was able to grow remotely, with the two working part-time. The guests provide more insight into their challenges, their decision to sell the company, and how this was done fairly and ethically. Finally, they end the discussion by sharing a glimpse into the future of Peanut and how they use their difference to make a difference.The Finer Details of This Episode:The inception of Peanut Recruiting and growing a successful remote team Building bonds remotely Peanut's challenges and hurdles The Peanut selling decision Keeping M&As ethical and fair The future of PeanutLinks:Connect with Alex Lakas and Brady Simpson:Peanut WebsiteAlex Lakas LinkedInBrady Simpson LinkedInInsured Nomads WebsiteConnect with Tayo Rockson and the As Told By Nomads Podcast:Tayo's WebsiteTayo on LinkedInTayo on TwitterTayo on YouTubeTayo on TikTokAs Told by Nomads PodcastUYD ManagementUYD Collective See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw
Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw - Ep 93

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 6:20


In this brief episode, Dr. Shaw takes on the challenging subject of how to hear what might be considered criticism and to not take it personally.  Dr. Shaw has always been an big advocate of the concept of not taking things personally, but that can be especially delicate ground to tread upon when dealing with your children who are often in a system of education or other social settings where external rewards are a large part of the system.  It all comes down to teaching children, as well as ourselves, to understand who we are in our truth, and to distance ourselves from the potentially negative feelings that can happen when we hear something that might be considered criticism.  

Online Business Clinic
Managing a Team Remotely- 7 Tips and Best Practices

Online Business Clinic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 10:39


Managing a team remotely can be a difficult task but not impossible.    With the right tools and tips, you'd be leading remote teams with ease in no time. In this week's episode, I'll share with you 7 tips on managing a virtual team and some best practices for effective remote leadership. From communication to organization, these virtual team management tips will help make sure your remote team runs smoothly.

Helping organisations thrive with Julian Roberts
#102 Tarin Calmeyer | How to support wellness when your organisation works remotely

Helping organisations thrive with Julian Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 33:25


How to support wellness when your organisation works remotely? The opportunities and challenges facing managers who want to provide holistic support for employees' well-being are discussed in this fascinating podcast with Tarin Calmeyer. Tarin describes wellness as a way of looking at your whole life - financial, social, physical, spiritual etc, and describes wellness as an optimal state of thriving. Tarin also shares about the, now more widely known but possibly not so widely practised, science of breathing. The breath is the single most important way to bring yourself into a state of productivity and creativity, because it takes you out of your head and into your body; into your rest, digest and destress parasympathetic nervous system. Breathing brings us into the now, and out of living mentally in the past or the future, being driven by our fight or flight sympathetic nervous system. Tarin shares examples of the impact her online wellness sessions have had on organisations, and why wellness should be an intrinsic part of work culture, whether we are office-based or work remotely.   Watch the full episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftsLyj9OzBA   Connect with Tarin: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tarincalmeyer/ Website: https://remoteteamwellness.com/ Email: tarin@remoteteamwellness.com     Helping SME's build resilient, high performing teams and businesses, quickly, so they can innovate, deliver, and thrive.   The SME's I work with typically struggle/suffer/ with one or more of these challenges: - no clear strategy - dysfunctional team dynamics - not knowing their vision or mission - feeling stuck and procrastinating - business not growing - leadership challenges   If you want support in helping your organisation thrive, do get in contact with me: https://www.julianrobertsconsulting.com

Food School: Smarter Stronger Leaner.
Real estate remotely as a digital nomad? 23-year old Kyle from Dallas is doing it in Mexico! Staying healthy, fit and focused, a year into his nomad journey!

Food School: Smarter Stronger Leaner.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 65:08


TUNE IN TO LEARN: KYLE CHEEK's BIO:“I am a 23-year-old real estate entrepreneur from Dallas, Texas. After dropping out of college at 18, I quickly found my love for self-development and fitness. I found my way so to say in the real estate journey which I have gone all-in on for the past 6 years. I have had a few different roles within real estate before going out on my own at the end of last year and founding my own company, Whitecap Ventures. Conception to date we have closed roughly $1.2mm in volume and are looking to grow. I am relatively new to the digital nomad lifestyle but am definitely here to stay. "CONNECT WITH KYLE ON INSTAGRAM @KYLECHEEKKWE CHAT ABOUT:How Kyle quickly learned that traveling full time every few weeks and work focus don't go well together, and opted out for slower nomading;Kyle's advice for beginner nomads - how to give it a try - smarter;How Kyle does real estate remotely;Kyle's view on simplifying things to prevent decision fatigue as a digital nomad/entrepreneur;How Kyle maintains the balance between great nutrition and trying exotic foods;What suffers the most in Kyle's lifestyle routine with all the travels - Kyle's still figuring that one out;Kyle's best advice on building friendships while traveling, on the web and in real world;How Kyle personally maintains a high level of fitness anywhere;How we both are fans of Jocko Willink's philosophy around discipline and how practicing discipline actually gives you MORE freedom; What supplements Kyle takes and how he gets them while traveling;Why Kyle loves sauna so much, and where he gets his “fix” in CDMX, Mexico, and how he combines it with meditation… and SO MUCH MORE!It was one fun conversation and you'll learn a ton especially as someone just jumping into the remote/nomadic journey (PS Kyle is also a fan of jumping all in!).

Animation Industry Podcast
Episode 168: Cantastoria - How 11 Students Created A Stop Mo Film Remotely During The Pandemic

Animation Industry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 66:54


This chat features four stop motion animators, Stephen Belford, Anna Harestad, Heather Little, and Tawny Therrien, who were part of the 11-person team who created Cantastoria, an award-winning stop motion film produced at Sheridan College during the pandemic. Together, they share the challenges of producing a stop motion film remotely, as well as some of the unique solutions they came up with to complete the film. Tune in to Ibele, Belford, Harestad, Little, and Therrien to hear: *Why the group chose to create a stop motion film in a predominantly 2D animation school *How they used story to make a remote pipeline work more cohesively *Tips on making a stop motion studio space in your bedroom ~[SPONSORED MESSAGE]~ This episode is sponsored by HUE. Makers of colorful, Plug & Play cameras for learning, work and play. Originally designed for teachers, HUE cameras can also be used for creative activities such as capturing hand-drawn pencil tests and shooting behind-the-scenes footage, time-lapse videos and stop motion animation. The cameras have flexible, posable necks, manual focus controls and they are compatible with Dragonframe, OBS, Twitch, Zoom and many other camera apps. Visit huehd.com to learn more and follow @HUEcameras on social media for news, fun and giveaways. For a limited time only, search for the HUE HD Pro camera on Amazon.com for 10% off with code 10TERRYAIP. Valid until July 19, 2022. ~~ Social Links: *Watch Cantastoria on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ciLJ5m7ZPaE *Follow Belford on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephen_belford/ *Follow Belford on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Every_Human *Follow Harestad on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mushumcap/ *Follow Harestad on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnnaHarestad *Follow Little on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healitoon/ *Follow Little on Twitter: https://twitter.com/healitoon *Follow Therrien on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tawnynt/ *Follow Therrien on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tawnyntart

The Lynda Steele Show
The Full Show: Warning signs of a global recession starting to show, three former Vancouver Canucks inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame & a new visa will allow Canadians to live in Bali and work their Canadian job remotely tax free

The Lynda Steele Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 63:08


The warning signs of a global recession are starting to heat up Michael Levy, CKNW Business Analyst discusses how close the world is to a global recession  Former Canucks Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin and Roberto Luongo named to the 2022 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee class Jim Hughson, former Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster and Canucks play-by-play announcer reacts to the news that three former Vancouver Canucks have been named as part of the 2022 inductees into the Hockey Hall of Fame - Henrik & Daniel Sedin along with Roberto Luongo  Calling all paw patrol! What you need to know about pet safety during a heat wave Dr. Lauren Adelman, Veterinarian at Canada West Veterinary Specialists Hospital discusses what all pet owners need to know to care for their animals during the summer heat.  A new visa will let Canadian remote workers live in Bali tax-free.. But does this sound too good to be true? Jenson Leung, Employment Lawyer at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP discusses a new visa that will allow Canadians to work remotely while living in Bali tax-free.  New BC sales tax rules go into effect July 1 for online marketplaces like Amazon, eBay Andy Baryer, Technology and Digital Lifestyle Expert at HandyAndyMedia.com & a weekly contributor on The Shift with Shane Hewitt tells us what this new tax means for our online shopping  Vancouver Art Gallery receives $30M in federal funding in preparation for new location Anthony Kiendl, President and CEO of the Vancouver Art Gallery tell us what the new funding means to the development of the Art Gallery  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw
Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw - Ep 92

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 6:27


In this brief episode, Dr. Shaw tackles the tricky subject of teaching our children to do the right thing FOR THE RIGHT REASONS.  Dr. Shaw is a big believer in intrinsic rewards as opposed to external rewards, and she examines what that means.  Schools and other systematic institutions often bestow prizes, rewards and other forms of recognition to children and to adults, and that can create a false motivation and an unrealistic expectation.  The real gift is to act out of truth and to recognize that the accomplishment itself is the real reward.

Real Brief - LI & NY's Real Estate Show!
Real Brief - LI & NY's Real Estate Show! The Pre-approval Can Be As Good As Cash? Is That Even Remotely Close To True?

Real Brief - LI & NY's Real Estate Show!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 15:01


You may have heard it once or twice relatively recently or even recently, something about some random mortgage companies or lenders talking about how they have a pre-approval that can be viewed about the same as a cash offer. But could this really be true? Is there ever an instance whereas a mortgage of any kind could have the same power as a cash offer? You have your answer right here!

InsTech London Podcast
Andy Greff: CEO, Plnar: Measuring loss remotely, cheaply, easily (195)

InsTech London Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 28:51


Plnar's technology platform allows users to capture detailed property and loss information on their phones, with the data being used by insurers to support underwriting and claim processes. Matthew speaks to CEO Andy Greff about how images captured remotely by policyholders are providing new insights on property characteristics, speeding up claims by removing the need for a home inspection and Plnar's plans for further expansion.  Talking points include:  The importance of creating digital measurements when performing remote claims assessments How Plnar evolved during Covid-19  The importance of the policyholder and the role of “digital desk adjusters” in effective use of the system How developments in Artificial Intelligence enable essential loss details to be picked up when producing images from mobile phones 'Intelligent augmentation' vs Artificial Intelligence How Plnar is working with partners including CoreLogic Plnar is one of the companies featured in the InsTech report, Property Remote Claims Assessment: the 40 Companies to Watch, which is available to download on the InsTech website. If you like what you're hearing, please leave us a review on whichever platform you use or contact Matthew Grant on LinkedIn. Sign up to the InsTech newsletter for a fresh view on the world every Wednesday morning. Continuing Professional Development - Learning Objectives InsTech is accredited by The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). By listening to any InsTech podcast or reading the accompanying transcript, you can claim up to 0.5 hours towards the CII member CPD scheme. If your organisation is a member of InsTech and you would like to receive a quarterly summary of the CPD hours you have earned, visit the Episode 195 page of the InsTech website or email cpd@instech.co to let us know you have listened to this podcast. To help us measure the impact of the learning, we would be grateful if you would take a minute to complete a quick feedback survey.

Real Estate Nerds
Season 2 Episode 29: Pro Tips to Acquire and Manage Real Estate Remotely with Special Guest Chris Weiler

Real Estate Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 57:30


ROYAL LEGAL SOLUTIONS Learn how to free your time, protect your assets, and create lasting wealth with asset protection attorney and long-time real estate investor, Scott Royal Smith. When a close friend lost over $3 million in a single lawsuit, Scott decided to leave his litigation practice to help people protect themselves from frivolous lawsuits. His law firm, Royal Legal Solutions, now helps thousands of real estate investors and entrepreneurs protect more than $1.2 billion in assets. Join Scott as he deconstructs the lawsuit game and shows you how to protect yourself and your hard-earned wealth.*********************************************************************************MEET THE HOSTSScott Royal Smith, Esq., CEO, Real Estate Investor. As the founder of Royal Legal Solutions, I am an asset protection attorney and long-time real estate investor in every asset class in 10+ states. My background in litigation and investing uniquely has provided me with insights into how to best use the law for maximum legal advantage while streamlining operations, taxes, and compliance.Megan Templeton, Esq. Megan Templeton is from Birmingham, Alabama. She attended Auburn University and graduated in three years with a Bachelor's in Psychology. While attending Auburn University, Megan was actively involved in the Auburn Honors College and Omega Phi Alpha, a service sorority. Upon graduation from Auburn University, she pursued her Juris Doctorate from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law and her Master's of Public Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Megan obtained both her JD and MPA in December 2015. Megan's previous law positions have included clerk at the U.S. Attorney's Office of the Northern District of Alabama, manager of a closing and title company, and currently the owner and principal attorney of Iron City Law, a boutique law firm in Birmingham, AL serving small businesses and the real estate community.*********************************************************************************KEY TAKEAWAYSThis session featured guest host Chris Weiler, who spoke in-depth about his experience investing in real estate opportunities outside of his immediate geographic location. The question, "why not invest locally?" was first raised and addressed. Investing close to home has many advantages; however, you may have specific reasons why this isn't the best option. One example is that you could see better returns in a different neighborhood, county, state, or region.Expanding the scope of where to look for deals reduces the impact socio-economics, demographics, and local legislation has on you.Some considerations for investing in real estate at a distance that we discussed included: A solid network of trusted professionals is essentialSeek out potential partners who have skills you can leverageOffer partners incentives to work with youStructure partnerships based on the value each party brings to the dealDelegate responsibility appropriatelyFix-and-flip vs. buy and hold scenariosWant a refresher or to see what you missed? Watch the replay. REGISTER FOR ROYAL INVESTING and attend LIVE on Zoom, Wednesdays at 11:30 p.m. CST.Ready to go beyond basics and take your education to the next level? Get FREE Access to the Asset Protection Vault. This resource contains our top 5 video Masterclasses and ebooks.*********************************************************************************ENGAGE WITH USAre you ready to take action on Asset Protection, Tax Strategy, or Estate Planning? Take our Financial Freedom Quiz, where we will gather your general information to have a productive conversation. At the end of the quiz, you will have the opportunity to schedule your consultation. https://hubs.la/Q014rfVz0*********************************************************************************DISCORD COMMUNITYhttps://discord.gg/KKS7rZG5kM*********************************************************************************WEBSITE: http://royallegalsolutions.comLINKEDIN: Check out what folks are saying and make a professional connection with Scott Royal Smith https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-royal-smith/ FACEBOOK: Join our exclusive group to discover the tax, legal, & asset protection secrets every real estate investor needs to know. https://www.facebook.com/groups/495820367909918/

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw
Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw - Ep 91

Teaching Humanity Remotely with Dr. Mindy Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 9:33


In this episode, the ever-evolving nature of Dr. Shaw's podcasts becomes evident as she once again uses a personal experience and the observations generated by that experience to examine the human psyche.  Her experience was the result of attending a recent retirement party for a fellow teacher, and the emotions and feelings that came up for Dr. Shaw at that event gave way to an examination into useful information.  The story she shares opens the door for the listener of this podcast to alter their approach to both their own day-to-day as well as their approach to certain aspects of parenting. 

The CultCast
Apple M2 is insane! Plus LEAKS on iPhone 14 & *15-inch* MacBook Air! (CultCast #549)

The CultCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 67:00 Very Popular


This week: The M2 benchmarks have leaked and this new chip is even better than we hoped. Plus: new details on iPhone 14, a 12 and 15-inch MacBook Air, and new 14-inch iPad Pro MAX. This episode supported by Remotely manage your Mac, iPhone, or iPad with Jamf. Manage 3 devices for FREE at jamf.com/beyond Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co. This week's stories First MacBook Pro with speedy M2 chip goes up for preorder June 17 - Lewis, and then Erfon takes the benchmarks?!? Preorders for the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro packing the powerful new Apple M2 processor will begin Friday, June 17, two weeks after it was announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. iPhone 14's front camera could get some much-needed upgrades The iPhone's front camera was last upgraded in September 2019 with the iPhone 11's release. Apple bumped the camera resolution to 12MP and paired it with an f/2.2 lens. Since then, Android smartphones have added 40MP selfie cameras with autofocus, but iPhones have stuck with the same setup. Win a multi-device charger with built-in MagSafe battery pack [Cult of Mac giveaway] Worth $130, the MagEZ Slider from Pitaka is great way to charge your iPhone and AirPods on your desk or nightstand. But better yet, the charger has an integrated battery pack that attaches magnetically to your iPhone to continue charging away from home. Apple pushes ahead with 15-inch M2 MacBook Air and 12-inch M2 MacBook Apple is developing new form factors and planning upgrades for its MacBook lineup, Bloomberg reported Thursday. That should result in a 15-inch M2 MacBook Air and a new version of a 12-inch M2 MacBook arriving by late 2023 or early 2024. Apple may launch 14.1-inch mini-LED iPad Pro with M2 chip Apple is working on an iPad Pro with a 14.1-inch mini-LED display, ProMotion and Face ID, sources suggested on Thursday. Unfortunately for folks who are already salivating at the idea of such a big Apple tablet, it probably won't arrive until early 2023. Apple TV will stream all Major League Soccer games for 10 years Cupertino unveiled a major new sports deal Tuesday, saying Apple TV will be the exclusive streaming destination for all Major League Soccer (MLS) games for 10 years, starting with the 2023 season.

The Remote Real Estate Investor
How to acquire rental properties remotely with Kori Covrigaru

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 31:58


Kori Covrigaru is the Co-Founder and CEO of PlanOmatic. PlanOmatic provides quality photos, floor plans, and 3D to the single-family rental industry with speed and at scale, nationwide. With an unwavering determination for client success, he has created a team that thrives on the core value of together we win. With a national network of 200+ contractors and more than 40 employees, Kori has met the moment with the unique value proposition PlanOmatic offers through technology combined with data to support their clients' goals. Today, Kori shares what he's doing as a remote investor in the single-family rental space with a fund that he started with some of his colleagues.  Episode Link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/koric/ --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Kori Covrigaru with planOmatic and he's returning to the podcast not talking about planOmatic, but actually to talk about what he's doing as a remote investor in the single family rental space with his fund that he started with some buddies. So let's get into it.   Kori, what's going on, man? Welcome back to the podcast, thanks for taking the time to hang out with me.   Kori: Always, always excited, Michael.   Michael: This is gonna be a lot of fun. So the last time we had you on we were talking about your company planOmatic and for anyone who missed the episode, give us the quick and dirty, what is it that you all do and how you're disrupting the industry?   Kori: We helped at the beginning of this industry. So back in 2012, we started out with the SFR industry but we've been playing thematic creates professional photos for plans in 3D for the single family industry at speed and scale nationwide. So that's what we do plain and simple, we are the boots on the ground that go out, take professional photos, do 3D scans, export floor plans from that, and then deliver that media to our customers. We try to do it under two and a half days and we're pretty damn close to it. So that's what we've been doing, we help these REITs institutional investors in smaller companies scale from 5000 properties all the way up to hundreds of 1000s. That's our business, that's what we're here for.   Michael: Amazing and today, you and I are here to talk about something a little bit different kind of related. Yeah, but really, it's about your journey in the SFR space as a remote investor.   Kori: Yes, sir. So, you know, just being in this industry for so long. I'm surprised it took me so long to decide to get involved on a higher level. But yeah, I've been just watching, you know, myself and some people that I work with here and some family and friends outside of here have been watching this SFR industry grow to the level that it has and never really gotten involved on the investor side. I mean, I had rentals on my own. I've had a rental, you know, my first rental I bought with my business partners. I want to say it was 2006 I think it was October 2006 or 2005 and we bought a rental out in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Since then we exited that then I had a couple rentals here in Denver, but nothing remote and nothing to the level of what we're building right now with SFR Emo, that's the name of the partnership, the group that we've established with 13 partners, and we all threw in some cash and have been acquiring homes, single family homes, for, you know, residents to live in and Alabama, of all places Birmingham, Alabama. So that's what we've been doing, yeah.   Michael: Interesting. So you've done the local investing local with you in Colorado, so what I mean, what did you eat? What did you drink that decided, hey, I'm gonna go do this crazy thing and invest where I don't live.   Kori: I ate and drank reports for where our customers are buying real estate and where it made sense and just reading articles. I mean, there's so many great content distributors, you guys included in terms of what markets make the most sense what to look for in a market and so I had been immersed in all of this data and all of this information for so long, that I finally pulled the trigger and said, hey, time to form a partnership. You know, we started out with five partners, that was the deal was gonna be five partners no more and then, you know, I don't know if you've ever been involved swings. But what happens is you start getting phone calls from random people saying, hey, I want this thing going on, like I want and why didn't you invite me? It's like, well, hold on a second, like, first of all, I don't I don't know how you found out within second. Like, it's this really small thing we're doing and so it went from like five partners to 13 and we had to like, we had to cut the investor pool out at that point and build with what we've had what we have right now, because we still haven't, you know, deployed all the capital. So it started, I'm starting to understand why we see billions of dollars come into the industry committed to buying SFR is, but it's very slow to deploy and so we're experiencing that right now. I mean, we're not slow to deploy, but it takes some time and so that's kind of how the idea started. Yeah, just get involved eat your own dog food, as they say, I think right, that's the term.   Michael: That's it, that's it. So Kori, I mean, you just went through, I think what so many newer investors really struggle with, and that's picking a market and talk to us how I mean, what are these reports showing? What were they telling you and also like, how did you settle on Birmingham because I'm sure the reports show that there were really a lot of other great markets to invest in, too, yeah.   Kori: Yeah. I mean, we landed on a cut to the chase, then I'll kind of backtrack a little bit but we went with Birmingham because this is a small partnership, and we really didn't want to have to continue to put money in so we wanted to pick a market that could cash flow. We wanted to pick a market that was cashflow positive, had great cap rates, relatively speaking hearing coverage are being compressed everywhere right now as we know, cost of capital is going up, prices of homes are going up, that's actually going to reverse here pretty soon, in my opinion, we can get into that later. But so we picked Birmingham, there was a lot of economic opportunity being created there, jobs being created there but also, we knew we were going to be cashflow positive with the cap rates, and there was a room for appreciation. Plus, we found a really great property management company partner that we work with down there that can not only serve us in that market, but we can also expand to other markets, you know, with their with their support. So that those are the reasons the main reasons why I mean, we apply nomadic had the advantage, we have a critical mass of single family rentals that come in through our pipeline to shoot photos, create floor plans, you know, 3D and so we kind of have like this, this holistic view and indicator of what markets might pop off next and, you know, we use that data to make decisions for us farm on where to invest, it's a bit of an advantage that not most have, but I'll tell you what, all that data is public, I mean, we can go out there and see and look at county records and see where all the institutional landlords are the professionally managed properties are being bought and so if you dig data or like to, you know, you can always go on Upwork or Fiverr, and say, hey, please go find me this set of data, those are kind of hacks that you can do to figure out where companies are buying. Now, just because professionally managed companies are buying there doesn't necessarily mean it's a homerun, you have to do your own research, figure out what your goals are with your portfolio where you want to start. So that's kind of been our trajectory on the direction and where, where to own and operate for us.   Michael: Yeah and that makes a ton of sense and I love that you said that to like, go find someone else who can kind of help aggregate the data or figure out the data for you because like, you can, like you don't have to be the person to do all of the due diligence, you don't have to be the person to do all of like the research and also you can leverage other companies paid employees, like you were just mentioning, if an Amazon fulfillment center is going in there, or like Whole Foods is setting up a new headquarters there. They've done the research, so of course, don't reinvent yourself. The wheel, right… Yeah, it's, I love it.   Kori: It's out there.   Michael: Okay, so Birmingham was the target. Yeah. What did you all do next? I mean, how are you executing there? I know, you said you had a great property manager, but like, yeah, the, from the physical like property acquisition to due diligence. There's so much more involved before you even own the property. How did you get that accomplished?   Kori: Yeah, so we this idea came about at some point in 2020, when, you know, shit hit the fan and COVID was on the way and in my mind, and I've always been fairly wrong, when it comes to trying to predict the market. The only thing that's, that's, ya know, I mean, the only thing that's going to be successful is that there is no bad time to buy, that's just my mentality. Like, there is no bad time to buy, it's just a matter of how you go about finding those properties and what you do during negotiation, and due diligence. But um, you know, back in 2020, you said, oh, the real estate buyer is going to absolutely flop right now, everybody's, nobody's got jobs, unemployment is gonna be crazy, we're headed into this, you know, doom and gloom period, which is, of course, very wrong and we said, you know, it's a good time to buy single family rentals, rentals, they perform, regardless of economic conditions, typically, in recessionary periods, they still grow not as fast, but they do grow, that's a hedge against inflation, so on so forth and so we decided to form the entity again, went from five to 13 very quickly. But between, you know, between mid-2020, and mid-2021, I don't think we purchased a single property and so you know, we had to go through all kinds of processes, right, you have to have a good operating agreement, you have to establish a an EIN number, you have to select a property management company, you have to make sure you're finding the right tax forms, you need to find a broker, you need to do research and figure out where you want to go. I mean, that was a big chunk of our time was we didn't know in 2020, exactly where we wanted to go. So we had to do that research, we had to have, you know, make sure that everybody all the partners were kind of on board and then at some point in time, we decided to, hey, these three partners or five partners are actually gonna make the decisions. Okay, now we have to amend the operating agreement that requires lawyers again, I mean, we kind of did a lot of stuff makeshift but, but there's a there's a lot to do, and a lot of time to be had between the moment where you decide, hey, I'm gonna get into this, especially if you're remote and we just closed on our first property, right. So it's, you know, it's, it's more than you expect, but doing it right is the most important thing and I think we've done it right. So far we learned a lot along the way. But we're on the right track. I mean, we're almost at will be at 28 single family homes and that's only that's the course of a year right. So from 20, mid 2020 to 21. We didn't purchase a single home in the last 12 months we've purchased approximately 28-20 single family homes.   Michael: Wow, that's so killer. So Kori I mean, I'm curious to know too. Why did you not just do this alone, a lot of people would argue well, wow, 30 people like that's way too many cooks in the kitchen or five people making decisions like it can get very convoluted very quickly are very quickly. Wouldn't a single operator be more lean and be able to move quicker?   Kori: Yes, yes. I mean, well, so the short answer that is, I can't really do anything. I have a lot of really good ideas but I can't do much. So that's why I didn't go at it. Yeah, I'm the idea guy, right, and the people around me to do things. So, but no, I mean, you know, what, one big reason why we went with more just to have more capital, to be able to diversify more, you know, it's, it's risky as an individual to go out and buy one or two rentals. But if you go out with a group and buy, you know, our goal is to hit 60. That's a pretty diverse portfolio and minimizes risk and there are a lot of great minds in our partnership. I mean, we have a finance guy, right, we have a data guy, we have consultant who's seen many different organizations, we have myself, who's kind of like, overall, seeing the organization from a high level and helping with the financing part of things. So I think it helps to have different people plus, this is all you know, passive for us, right? Everybody's got a full time job and so, you know, if, if I were to do this alone, this would be a full time job, no doubt, but spreading it across having the right property management company, but this person doing, you know, diligence in this person negotiating offers in this person, making sure our bookkeeping and finances and taxes are all in line, it just helps kind of spread that out…. It's fun, man. It's more fun to succeed with partners, like I, you know, I have two business partners here at planOmatic and I couldn't imagine being a sole proprietor, it just doesn't seem as fun to me. Like, for us, it's always been the game in the chase and like winning the game, and it's, if you're by yourself winning and celebrating, that's not fun and the same goes with, you know, the lows. I mean, 2020 was a tough year right and so having a supportive business partners help. So I just think it's more fun.   Michael: Yeah, that makes a ton of sense. That makes a ton of sense. I'm curious, quite, how did you figure out like, who does what, and when you were picking your partners and picking your team? What was the process that you went through to do that because I think a lot of people like, oh, my best friend, we're so uh, like, we're so similar. We think the same, we should be partners, we should be business partners. Was that kind of the case for you?   Kori: You know, for me, I mean, I kind of surround myself with people that are like minded and sort of see things, you know, in a certain lens when it comes to opportunity, right? So it was actually it was pretty simple. It was more like who do we, who do we not tell, you know, and ask versus who, because a lot of people came to us a lot of really good friends. So it was just who's willing to take an opportunity who trust I think trust is the number one thing when it comes to partnerships is like, is there trust, we had to make sure there was trust there and then, and then different specialties from different people, again, like I said, like one guy is a full time controller, you know, big company, that's really helpful. Another guy is an operations guy who's operating, you know, we're shooting five to 700 listings a day, right. So like that, that really helps play into one of our guys, Tim Rose, he heads Planet Labs and we analyze and optimize workflows and analyze and optimize reports and data just based on what's coming in and so having him on board to help us decide which market to go with, or what cap rates to focus on, I mean, that was helpful. So it kind of this one all came together and then the people that wanted to be involved, they kind of like stepped forward said, hey, I'd like to be more involved those that didn't, are just passive for this particular partnership. I mean, one of the, I don't want to call them mistake, but it was a rookie move was like 13 partners all equally invested right and so that creates challenges for two things. One, every time we close a loan or refinance, we have to get 13 signatures and that's like, probably the biggest pain in the ass that we've got as a group. The other is like, we're putting in a lot of work on the side, especially, there's one person in particular in the partnership that puts a significant amount of work in, and his return is the same as everybody else's and so this was really like a search and destroy mission for us. Let's figure it out, figure this out, figure out a proof of concept, see if it can work and then in the next round, we're a little more educated, we'll structure the company a little bit differently, make things happen and move a little bit quicker. So yeah, that's kind of where we're at today.   Michael: Okay, like with regard to that signature, and then the equity piece where what else? What else would you do differently for anyone listening? It's like, I want to do this, like, what should they be thinking about?   Kori: When owning and operating and SFR funds, you want to separate out the management company from the fund that owns the properties and we didn't do that it's all one thing. So when you've got one entity that manage manages the portfolio, you know, that's where all the work is. Capital, putting in capital to buy homes is simple. You read a check and then there's typically somebody at the fund but the management company, you know, in today's world, and so far, they're helping acquire the properties on behalf of the fund and so creating an entity for the fun with limited partners, and then a property management company or management company that owns an app rates the portfolio separately, it just makes a whole lot more sense and that's really, you know, shame on me, like I've seen this, I know this, but we just wanted to get going and again, at first it was five, right. So we weren't going to separate those two out as simple as like, we can get five signatures. But when it grew with 13, it became challenging and so we'll look at that a little bit differently.   Michael: Okay and have a separate management company, even though you all are leveraging a local property manager.   Kori: Yeah, because there's much more that you have to communicate with the management company, you have to go through the process of buying the homes and through due diligence, and you have to make offers, and you have to make sure your books are in order, you have to file taxes, and you have to sometimes raise more capital, you have to open up a line of credit, so you can buy in cash and turn on refinance, we can talk about that, that as well. But there are a number of things hidden, hidden chores, let's call them that have to happen when you manage a portfolio, even if you have a property management coming up property management companies can help you place tenants and make sure your tenants are happy and having residents are having a positive experience. Outside of that, they're not doing a whole lot. They might help you find homes, they might help you negotiate, they might help you with renovation, but everything around organizing the company there, that's just you know, that's one vendor that you have as a part of the organization, you have your CPA, you have a bunch of different things that are you have your banker that you have to manage property manager company is not going to deal with your banker, it's not going to happen, they're not going to go find a line of credit for you like that doesn't work that way. So there are a lot of hidden chores that are in there that I strongly recommend, like thinking ahead, because it doesn't take very many homes, very many investments to need to put a significant amount of time even if it's distributed amongst partners into the operation. It doesn't it's not a set it and forget it. This is not George Foreman grill, this is like there's a lot there's a lot going on.   Michael: I don't think I've heard a George Foreman grill reference.   Kori: Now you have or maybe it wasn't George Foreman, maybe it was. What was that? No, it was a different one. It was an infomercial, set it and set it and forget it.   Michael: Oh, that's too funny. Well, Kori talk about like the strategy because you mentioned it just briefly about like line of credit, purchasing and cash and then going turning around and doing a cash out refi. So how are you purchasing properties and how are you structuring your deals?   Kori: So up until now, and oh, boy, are we headed for some news on Mays real estate market, like people aren't going to believe what they what they read in terms of percentage swings. But up until now, it's been a very competitive market for buyers. I mean, like, you know, you had to show up with cash you had to show up with, with no contingencies, waive the inspection, right. All of these things that everybody in a healthy market will tell you don't ever, ever do this you had to do over the last two years to buy real estate in some markets, you've had to do that since 2011, or 12. I mean, in Denver, for example, you know, and this is one of the reasons why we didn't we didn't come to Denver, but in 2012, we went my wife and I visited a home and we had to put an offer in same day and we thought we were crazy, right and we ended up closing about houses, it's now a rental above, you know, closing at 332 is it's probably worth 900,000 and there's a reason why because Denver has been nuts, right. So the markets been like that since then. So what we decided to do is utilize a lot of the cash that the partners put in to buy the homes in cash, make cash offers, you know, promise a quick close, because we had to win the properties and then we would turn around and take the portfolio, once it got to a certain size and refinance it with a bank, we have a great banking partner down in the southeast, and they've been fantastic. But we've always historically bought in cash and around refi pull the money out. Oftentimes, it'll appraise much higher than, you know, we initially bought it for and I'm scared to say this because it sounds so 2009. But the bank is paying us at this point to buy these homes because we're able to leverage 85% and so if they've appreciated more than 15%, right? They're like giving us cash to close on these homes that we bought in cash. Again, sort of scary to say but in terms of rentals, like we're not in danger, like they've performed fine and as long as you as long as you cash flow through ups and downs in the market and interest rates, ups and downs, it's you know, you'll end up on top, but like Denver is a crazy market.   I mean, I remember I was talking about getting a single family home to rent like separately outside of SFR I think it was like two months ago, maybe a month and a half ago and I took my kids to the open house and I showed up about 10 minutes early because I had to be like a birthday party or some bullshit like that and I get there 10 minutes before and there are already eight like, like a groups touring and I'm just like, still really like in in this neighborhood frankly, like, really and so I it took me one open house so you know, I'm out of this market. I mean, I know this right and a lot of the advantage that that people will have is they'll understand the local market and understand the neighborhoods understand where are they putting, you know, new light rail estate in where's their economic opportunity. But Denver was just too competitive, you know, to stick around for. So, yeah, yeah, it's been amazing. So we buying cash, turn around refi, pull cash out, rinse and repeat sort of deal and as long as properties are appreciating, you know, it's a, it's a pretty good model, especially when it comes to rentals, you know, fix and flip, I'm not a big fan, I think, you know, someone gets caught with their hand, that cookie jar at the end of the day of fixing flips, but as long as you're keeping in cash flowing, I think you're fine. And that's, that's kind of been that's been our model and we're able to now take out a line of credit. That's, that's, you know, securitized by our portfolio. So even better, we're able to use cash and a line of credit, make sure that there's good cash flow, turn around the bank, you know, refi it, pull the cash out, and rinse and repeat and that's, that's sort of what we've been up to and you can keep doing this, depending on how the market performs and how interest rates look. I mean, you can keep doing this for a while, right. Our goal, we're at 28. Now, our goal is 60. But depending if, if things continue to appreciate, then we could be even higher than 60, depending on how much the bank will pay us to buy these homes, basically, I'm afraid to say that, should I be saying that?   Michael: It sounds it sounds terrifying. But that's what I wanted to ask you. So you say they're financing 85% loan to value?   Kori: Yeah, yeah…   Michael: That's, like, unheard of in the investment property space it.   Kori: You know, usually, here's 7525, we find a bank, that's pretty aggressive. I mean, it's not like a small lender, it's a bank, it's a legitimate bank and they've been, they've been a great partner for us, and they see the opportunity, and they're a little bit of a risk taker. You know, they're keeping these loans or not, obviously, not selling them to Fannie and Freddie, I don't think, but we've also got so many partners to fall back on, like, it's, it's not risky for them, you know what I mean, when you have, yeah, that much that much wealth behind the partnership, and I'm not talking about the individual employment as a group, like you've got 13 households, where if something goes wrong, for some reason, with the majority of the portfolio, like, they'll be fine, you know. So I think that's also potentially why they're able to leverage so much. But they also are bullish on the rental market and SFR and they understand, you know, as far as you go to a bank, let's say up in upstate New York, they just haven't been around so far, very long. So they might not be as accommodating and as flexible. But boy in the Sunbelt, I mean, banks are trying to try to monetize this just like every other individual investor and so finding the right banking partner has been, you know, really great for us and strongly recommended. I mean, that's, you know, one of the most important things, we've gone through two banks. Now, we were with the credit union before, they didn't really see the vision that we had, but now with private bank, and it makes a lot more sense.   Michael: Okay. Well, that's great to know and I'm curious, when you started putting this all together on paper that was 2020-2021 and the interest rates were at three, four, maybe sometimes even in the twos. Now they're up in the five, six sevens. Has that changed your model much or really changed the performance of what you were expecting return wise?   Kori: Well, yes, of course, right. Cost of capital is it's real, it's real thing for individual investors who are buying their primary home, it's a real thing for smaller investors, family office all the way up to up to the REITs and the institutional landlords. So everybody's feeling a squeeze with those interest rates, cost of capital, obviously, going up, cap rates being compressed. I think what we'll see and what we've seen, historically, is that rents keep up with interest rates, right? So we'll see, you know, rents have gone up, I think, year over year 16%, I believe, and so far, we'll see those continued fact check that before you post it, but I think I saw it in the Wall Street Journal and so rents kind of keep up and so that's, you know, we have that to look forward to in terms of paying more for capital. But also, you know, the goal is to cash flow through the periods through the ups and downs, right through the different markets and so foreign investors, you'll see, you know, we borrow at five and seven year, seven year loans, right, so we're not in it for the 30 year fixed and so that should take us through any sort of period, right? We should be able to refinance within the next seven years, again, hearing things from 2008, kind of reverberate in my head. But that's the idea is that if as long as you can cash flow through interest rate periods, you should be fine and as long as rents hold up, which we don't see any reason why they shouldn't. I mean, we're again, four and a half million homes short of supply right now supply is not going away. Now, home values have gotten to a point now where buyers have said I've we've had enough, we're not we're not doing this anymore. Besides the fact that we can't afford it, right. Like between the interest rate hikes and the appreciation of home values over the last two years, we're seeing about a 43% increase in cost to pay a mortgage. Okay, like that's insane, so…   Michael: Compared to when?   Kori: Two years ago, that's compared to like beginning of 2020. I mean, between the appreciation and the interest rate increase, going from like three on average to five whatever and a half, one would be 43% more expensive to make mortgage payments today. Now, the good thing for SFR and for rentals is people are still there's a high demand for spacious, professionally managed homes, right single family rentals, and that demand isn't going away. So when people can't necessarily afford today to buy a home, or maybe say, hey, I'm going to sit on the sidelines for a couple of years, because this is batshit crazy, they're going to rent, right and so the demands keeps up, the rents keep up inflation continues to go up and hopefully we'll see that slow down here, due to the increase in interest rates. But you know, cash flow is important, I think it's been proven over time and history that rents will keep us cash flowing and that's why the industry is so attractive and so, you know, so new still, we're only a decade into this being professionally managed, right landlord has been around for before we can remember.   But there's an appetite for professionally managed properties, so that the experience that I'm gonna have, as a renter as a resident is on par with if I own my own home, and was able to do whatever I wanted to do to my home. Now I can have that luxury of having that home, but having it professionally managed. So if things go bad, I can just call someone, they'll be here soon to fix it right or if I want to move, it's not it's not that big of a deal on my lease ends, I go find another lease, right. So that demand isn't going away and that's what's keeping us so strong as an industry and I was just at the National rental home Council conference in DC and that's kind of the theme is that, you know, everybody's cautiously optimistic, because it's a weird time. There's a lot of uncertainty right now in the economy. But there isn't a whole lot when it comes to our industry and so I think, you know, again, when is it a good time to buy, in my opinion, always. So what's happening right now is interest rates are going up, prices are still like going up. We are seeing I think a Redfin report came out today that prices are starting to come down, actually and so there's a huge opportunity for investors to get into the market right now and buy, and investors don't have to buy at this price. Like it's been only a month, but the whole thing has been flipped upside down. So what I'm telling my acquisitions team, right, my expositions team, is, this is a time where, frankly, you go in and you offer 15 to 20%, less than what it's listed for, and you offer on volume all of a sudden, and then those that are willing to get out with a cash offer today, those are the deals to be had and yes, you are paying a higher interest rate right now for that. But you know, what, if you get the deals, and I'm not saying you'll get them at 20 or 15% discount, but you'll get them, you don't have to pay this price today, because the market just hasn't adjusted down to the interest rates that we're at. There are some steals out there and so it's a volume game, right? It's like, it's like going to a bar and meeting men or women, right. The more the more you ask, the better chance you're gonna have to succeed and it's the same with real estate today, like the more offers you throw out there that might be less than what they're wanting or hoping for a price. Some are in a situation where they need to exit or want to exit and so there are opportunities out there more right now than ever so far, which is crazy to think about.   Michael: That is crazy to think about and so you mentioned there's some big news coming out was that was that the Redfin report about where you think prices are going for the May report?   Kori: No, well, I mean, there was there was some information out but we're still they're still reporting on April, my mind, this is just, you know, my prediction is crystal ball, my crystal ball tells me based on very, you know, various different data points that may will be the biggest drop in transactions we've ever seen the biggest drop, the biggest drop in transactions month over month that we've ever seen, I'm predicting, I'm putting it for…   Michael: May 2020.   Kori: To May over April and may year over year, also that will be the biggest drop in in housing starts as a percentage and let's say close transactions will be in May, that'll continue into June because there's always a lag housing starts we get at the beginning contracts to buy new construction, we get the beginning. So that's always an indicator, a leading indicator of where the markets headed. But we'll see that as built, you know, are already built on existing home sales. They're just going to plummet right now and that's because there's pretty much gonna be a standoff between buyers and sellers right now. I mean, when do you remember seeing homes drop in price in Denver like, right, I don't remember when that happened. Yeah, you know, so I think that I think the buyers are fed up. I think that affordability has gone through the roof and I think that the Fed is going to succeed and installing the economy and stalling you know, the housing market, which has a trickledown effect to the rest of the economy, right. I mean, think about movers, Comcast, right, any sort of cable television, Home Depot and Lowe's, right, all these all these companies that we don't really think about. or Amazon people buy stuff for their new home like the Fed wants to slow the economy down, they're definitely going to succeed. We're going to see some job loss from it. But at the same point in time, this is an OK, adjustment to the overall market and the housing market. We know that this is not sustainable. We said that a year ago, a year into this crazy Rock chip ride. So we'll see a slowdown and it's healthy, it's okay and that also creates these deals that I think are definitely still out there. You know, there are still motivated people that need to sell for one reason or another. Maybe they have to move, maybe they are they're adjustable rate mortgages off, right, maybe they set it seven years ago, and all of a sudden, they're having to refinance and it doesn't make sense. Maybe they just feel like they want to cash out and it's time and so, you know, those who went under contract, let's say a month ago, kind of probably hit the top. But for the short term, but there's still a lot of opportunity out there to get some good deals right now.   Michael: You heard it here first, folks. That's awesome, that's awesome. All right. Well, Kori, we got to get you out of here, man. Thank you so much for coming on again. For people that want to reach out to you connect with you learn more about planOmatic where's the best place for them to do that?   Kori: LinkedIn is great. Although my name is hard to find K O R I C O V R I G A R U, I'm sure it's in the in the post, LinkedIn is great. My email kori@planomatic.com, I'm always fielding emails. So send me an email and otherwise I'm not I'm not really on Facebook or Instagram or any of those, so email and LinkedIn is probably best for me.   Michael: Right on that'll have to do. Well, Kori thanks so much, man. Appreciate you coming on again. We'll chat soon, all right.   Kori: Thanks, Michael. Great to be here.   Michael: All right, everyone. That was our episode, a big thank you to Kori for coming on and sharing with us what he's been doing in the space. As always, if you'd liked the episode, please feel free to leave us a rating or review wherever they as you get your podcasts, and we look forward to seeing on the next one. Happy investing…

Weiss Advice
Remotely Investing in Multifamily Properties with Hutch The Marine Investor

Weiss Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 40:00


Hutch is an active duty Marine with 22 years of service. He is also an experienced business owner with a demonstrated history of working in the real estate and military industry. He is skilled in Operations Management, Facility Management (FM), Operational Planning, Management, and Command. He earned his Bachelor's degree from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide with a focus in Aeronautics. Hutch is the Co-Founder of H Squared Capital, LLC, which focuses on the acquisition, repositioning, and rebranding of apartment complexes. They acquire apartment complexes with a team of top performers. Hutch is also a real estate podcast host with a focus on multifamily apartment syndication.[00:01 - 10:31] The Way to Grow Your Sphere of InfluenceLearn how to manage multifamily assets remotely and how it can be done effectively.Hutch shares his advice on how to connect with people and do good in the world.Partner up with someone who has similar values so that money would not be a problem.[10:32 - 28:28] Tips to Put Processes in Place for Remote InvestingMultifamily asset management is a complex process with many challenges that can be overcome with a good team and a solid business plan.Have a property manager in place who is able to effectively communicate with tenants and manage the property.Go through education and know when to find a problem in your management.[28:29 - 38:35] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had?Cleaning toiletsWhat's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift?The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. CoveyWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?Self-masteryWhat does success mean to you?No regretsConnect with HutchWebsite: https://www.hsquaredcapital.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hutch-the-marine-investor-50a6a721/  LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW by clicking this link. WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?Be sure to follow me on the below platforms:Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Stitcher.LinkedInYoutubeMissions to MovementsThe Podcast for Marketers Looking to Amplify Their Online PresenceListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Garden Basics with Farmer FredTips for thriving garden soil, healthy food, and flowers that attract beneficial insects.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

The CultCast
All the WWDC22 surprises that blew us away! (CultCast #548)

The CultCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 112:01 Very Popular


This week: iO16, macOS Ventura, Stage Manager, M2 MacBook Air — our reactions to all WWDC22's best announcements! This episode supported by Remotely manage your Mac, iPhone, or iPad with Jamf. Manage 3 devices for FREE at jamf.com/beyond Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co. This week's stories These big surprises blew our minds at WWDC22 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro sneaks into WWDC22 with new MacBook Air Meet the svelte new M2 MacBook Air Continuity Camera admits MacBook cameras need help Continuity Camera, a new feature coming in iOS 16 and macOS Ventura, will upgrade video calls by bringing the iPhone's pristine camera to the Mac. CarPlay kicks into high gear The next-generation system is able to display metrics like speed, distance, engine RPM, gas levels, oil temperature and engine temperature. Massive Home app makeover brings Matter support and more - erfon Among the many new products and features Apple showcased at WWDC22 came news of a revamped Home app for the HomeKit smart-home platform. iPad finally gets floating windows in Stage Manager on iPadOS 16 The new multitasking system is called Stage Manager. “With Stage Manager activated, I can now resize windows exposing a powerful new way to work with apps on iPad,” said Craig Federighi. “And the dock is visible so I can easily get to all my apps.” Ming Chi Kuo says Apple's mixed reality headset will be announced at a special event in January. watchOS 9 brings massive upgrade to Workout app and other health improvements

Discovering Multifamily
Smart Tech Multifamily Property Solutions With Mike Branam

Discovering Multifamily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 22:02


With nearly 20 years of experience in real estate technology, Mike Branam joins us on episode 204 of the Discovering Multifamily Podcast & has been a part of several successful prop-tech start ups serving the multifamily industry.  Mike worked with several former Google Executives to help launch Rentbits which landed on the Inc 500 list of America's Fastest Growing private companies in 2008, and helped launch the industry's first smart apartment, IoT platform, Remotely, which earned "Product of the Year" at the 2015 AIM Multifamily Conference. Mike is now the Director of Multifamily Sales at PointCentral which offers a property automation platform to apartment owners & operators.  PointCentral's technology, combined with its parent company Alarm.com, is installed in over 6 million homes across the U.S.YouTube: https://youtu.be/j59oElro6KAWebsite: www.redknightproperties.com/media   iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/discovering-multifamily/id1506820688   #financialfreedom #passiveinvesting #activeinvesting #investsmart #investwisely #buildingwealth #multifamily #podcast #Red Knight Properties #Anthony Scandariato #Brian Leonard #investing in real estate #investing in multifamily #investing in syndication

The CultCast
WWDC22 - here's what's coming! (CultCast #547)

The CultCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 67:12 Very Popular


This week: With WWDC22 RIGHT around the corner, we're talking hardware and software predictions and expectations. This episode supported by Remotely manage your Mac, iPhone, or iPad with Jamf. Manage 3 devices for FREE at jamf.com/beyond Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co. This week's stories Analyst says Apple's AR headset and realityOS will be a no-show at WWDC22 Apple is unlikely to showcase its long-rumored AR/MR headset — or even demo the realityOS that powers it — at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Maybe new MacBook Air - range of colors, possibly with M2 (but that probably doesn't make sense, does it? Maybe a new version of M1?) Win a mophie 3-in-1 MagSafe travel charger [Cult of Mac Giveaway] This week's Cult of Mac giveaway is a 3-in-1 MagSafe travel charger from mophie. The compact charger is perfect for anyone with a busy schedule who's on the go. You can charge multiple devices simultaneously with this great fold-up Apple accessory. iOS 16 could make your iPhone's lock screen more useful In the latest edition of his Power On newsletter, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman says Apple will overhaul the iPhone lock screen with new wallpapers that offer widget-like features. The report is light on details about this, but it looks like Apple intends to improve the lock screen's usability with the upcoming iOS release. Under Review! Juuk Vitero Watch Band

The CultCast
HERE IT IS: iPhone 14 (CultCast #546)

The CultCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 70:56


This week: we got them! New renders show us exactly what the iPhone 14 will look like. Plus: A new "Studio Display Pro" with mini-LED screen is incoming, and Apple preps a new LARGER HomePod! This episode supported by Remotely manage your Mac, iPhone, or iPad with Jamf. Manage 3 devices for FREE at jamf.com/beyond Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co. This week's stories New renders show iPhone 14 in all its purported purple glory New renders based on the most reliable leaks give us the best look yet at the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro. They show off the "pill and hole" replacement for the notch at the top of the screen and the even-more-bulbous camera hump we've heard of before. iPhone 14 Pro models could feature an always-on display Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models could feature always-on displays because of the handsets' ProMotion technology, which allows for variable refresh rates, a well-known analyst said Tuesday. Win a mophie 3-in-1 MagSafe travel charger [Cult of Mac Giveaway] This week's Cult of Mac giveaway is a 3-in-1 MagSafe travel charger from mophie. The compact charger is perfect for anyone with a busy schedule who's on the go. You can charge multiple devices simultaneously with this great fold-up Apple accessory. Studio Display Pro with gorgeous mini-LED screen could launch this fall An enhanced version of the Apple Studio Display will reach customers this fall, according to a very reliable source of insider into. This version of the monitor will feature a mini-LED screen, making it look better than the current model that has a standard LCD. What could be in store for the return of the big HomePod? Apple plans to produce an updated version of the HomePod as soon as the fourth quarter of 2022 or the first quarter of 2023, supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Friday. This week's Under Review Anker SoundCore Frames https://www.amazon.com/Soundcore-Landmark-Bluetooth-Interchangeable-Polarized/dp/B09DSCDRLT

The CultCast
REDESIGNED Apple Watch incoming, + new *cheaper* Apple TV (CultCast #544!)

The CultCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 63:47 Very Popular


This week: Apple Watch Series 8 getting the redesign we've ALL been waiting for, a cheaper smaller Apple TV is in the works, Apple's mixed reality headset is ALMOST ready, and working from home vs the office — how much would YOU need to get paid to go back to the office full time? We reveal our numbers! This episode supported by Remotely manage your Mac, iPhone, or iPad with Jamf. Manage 3 devices for FREE at jamf.com/beyond Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co. This week's stories Sound familiar? Apple Watch 8 display might be flat Remember last year when rumors were flying that Apple Watch Series 7 would feature a flat display and squared-off edges? DIDN'T HAPPEN. But a new rumor suggests those traits might define this year's Apple Watch Series 8. More affordable Apple TV might launch soon A new Apple TV streamer will launch in the second half of 2022, according to a trusted analyst. And there's a hint in the prediction that the device will cost less than its predecessors. Apple shows off AR/VR headset to board of directors Although Apple's VR/AR headset is still supposed to be a secret project, the company's board of directors reportedly got a look at the device recently. This could be a sign the product is moving close to a release. COVID-19 throws off Apple's return-to-office plan yet again Apple reportedly slowed the pace at which it will require its corporate employees to return to the office. They were scheduled to be back at their desks three days a week starting later this month, but rising numbers of COVID-19 cases supposedly pushed that back. Apple's Director of Machine Learning Resigns Due to Return to Office Work Apple's director of machine learning, Ian Goodfellow, has resigned from his role a little over four years after he joined the company after previously being one of Google's top AI employees, according to The Verge's Zoë Schiffer.

Recording Studio Rockstars
RSR350 - Eric Bazilian - Recording His Solo Record Remotely In Stockholm

Recording Studio Rockstars

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 119:03


My guest today is Eric Bazilian, an original member of The Hooters, producer, and musician writing and recording with other artists liken Cyndi Lauper, Joan Osborne, The Scorpions, Ricky Martin, Jonatha Brooke, Leanne Rymes, and William Wittman to name just a few. Eric has been a guest on the podcast on episode RSR122 to talk about his start in music and writing the song “One Of Us” for Joane Osborne on his kitchen table. So please go check out that episode too. Also, make sure to catch his video series Under The Hood where Eric breaks down all his music and writing methods. Email in 2021 “...Being stuck in Stockholm with limited resources (a 2012 MacBook Pro, Apollo Twin, one Gefell mic, a couple of electric guitars, a mandola, a keyboard controller, and a short scale Gretsch bass that my son bought when was twelve) afforded me the time and motivation to make my first solo album in almost twenty years. Drums were cut by my drummer in Philadelphia (challenging considering his total lack of engineering experience, but I made it work), and by my other drummer in Slovenia (recorded by a producer/engineer genius in an amazing studio). I mixed it myself on a pair of Yamaha HS5s, with a lot of input from some legendary mixers (including our pal John Fields), mastered by my guy in Slovenia. A real quarantine pandemic musical fairy tale.  Thanks again to John Fields for making our original introduction. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://samplyaudio.com Use code RSR20 to get 20% off for the first 3 months https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off http://www.thetoyboxstudio.com https://www.sonarworks.com https://apiaudio.com http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3YSa93YNTWb4gCh6W3BKsk?si=3d5072a54d4b4b21 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/350

The Tech Guy (MP3)
Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1893

The Tech Guy (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 161:34


Fixing stuck pixels on an LCD monitor. Adding security cameras to food trucks. Expected WiFi speeds for a gigabit internet plan. Archiving email from an IMAP server. Upgrading to a new monitor. Creating and accessing a database of fine art. Buying a new Windows 11 laptop. Remotely monitoring a CNC machine. Understanding the Cricut cutter. Plus, conversations with Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick Debartolo. What to know as crypto such as Bitcoin and stablecoins plunge : NPR Elon Musk pauses Twitter deal: What that means | Protocol Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal fires two top executives, freezes hiring - The Verge Royal Mail wants fleet of 500 drones to carry mail to remote UK communities - BBC News The EU Commission's New Proposal Would Undermine Encryption And Scan Our Messages | Electronic Frontier Foundation DJI's new Mini 3 Pro drone hits the aerial photography sweet spot | TechCrunch Stuck Pixel Fixing Guide (Diagnose, Fix, Prevent!) Display Week > 2022 The Mobile Scoop Shop - The Mobile Scoop Shop Owlcam | AI-Powered Car Security Camera System Arlo Pro 2 Add-on Camera | Arlo Accessories MOVING IMAP MAIL TO LOCAL DRIVE - Apple Community Thunderbird — Make Email Easier. — Thunderbird MailStore - The Standard in Email Archiving Email Backup Software to Download Emails from Cloud-Based Services Here's What Travelers Need to Know Before Their Memorial Day and Summer Trips The Easiest Way to Digitize Your Old Photos - JohnnyJet.com Ninox Database Use Claris FileMaker to Build Business Applications — Claris Galleries - Séraphine - LongShadowStudio Airtable Product - Build a Better Way to Work | Airtable Laptops | Shop Laptops, 2 in 1s, & More | Lenovo US 12th Gen Intel Core Laptop Computers | Dell USA Antivirus.com - Cybersecurity, Data Leaks & Scams, How-Tos, and Product Reviews Windows Security: Defender, Antivirus & More | Microsoft TRUMPF SE + Co. KG | TRUMPF TruTops Fab Software helps you Monitor your TRUMPF Machines from Anywhere  - Headland Machinery Cricut Home Tech Guy Labs | Giz Wiz Biz Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Mikah Sargent, Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1893 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy Sponsors: go.acronis.com/techguy wealthfront.com/techguy

The MFCEO Project
278. Q&AF: Student Loan Forgiveness, Building Culture Remotely & Establishing Partnerships Ft. Vaughn Kohler

The MFCEO Project

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 40:50 Very Popular


In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on America's current student loan situation regarding forgiveness, how you can build a culture in your company when your employees work remotely, and the best way to establish a partnership when going into business.