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    RV Family Travel Atlas
    Lakewood Camping Resort Review (Spring Break Pt. 2)

    RV Family Travel Atlas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 32:01


    Lakewood Camping Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is one of the biggest RV campgrounds in the country. We are exciting to bring you a campground review since it is in Myrtle Beach, the camping capital of the East Coast (in our opinion!). Lakewood Camping Resort is more like a small town for campers. With a lazy river and waterslides, it's nonstop fun. The post Lakewood Camping Resort Review (Spring Break Pt. 2) appeared first on The RV Atlas.

    Campground of the Week
    Lakewood Camping Resort Review (Spring Break Pt. 2)

    Campground of the Week

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 32:01


    Lakewood Camping Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is one of the biggest RV campgrounds in the country. We are exciting to bring you a campground review since it is in Myrtle Beach, the camping capital of the East Coast (in our opinion!). Lakewood Camping Resort is more like a small town for campers. With a lazy river and waterslides, it's nonstop fun. The post Lakewood Camping Resort Review (Spring Break Pt. 2) appeared first on The RV Atlas.

    Toucher & Rich
    Portland Trash Monster // Chris Cotillo Joins the Show // Are RV's Worth it?- 6/24/2022 (Hour 3)

    Toucher & Rich

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 42:12


    (0:00) The third hour of the show starts with the guys talking about the Portland Sea dogs trash mascot and how someone ends up getting the job.  (15:10) Chris Cotillo from Masslive.com joins the show to talk about the Red Sox good play as of late and how he sees the trade deadline and rest of the season going for the team.  (28:30) RV trips are discussed with Arcand saying he has been thinking about getting one. 

    Thrive: Mental Health and the Art of Living Free
    Good Guys Guide to Great Sex with Sheila and Keith Gregoire :: [Episode 104]

    Thrive: Mental Health and the Art of Living Free

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 47:48


    Hello Friends! We are over halfway done with our year-long series about helping you thrive in your life and gain nuggets of wisdom to assist you in multiple areas of your life. Just a reminder - As you can tell from the title of this episode, this is not one of those episodes to listen to if you have kids in the car. So make sure to op in those AirPods or headphones if you have littles around. Today we are chatting with Sheila Gregorie, who has been on the show previously. . We are also joined by her husband, Dr. Keith Gregoire, to talk about their book, The Good Guy's Guide to Great Sex. We are talking about the arousal cycle, ways to grow your sexual life, and myths/misunderstandings blocking and creating challenges in your sexual relationship. Sheila Wray Gregoire has been married for 29 years and happily married for 24! She loves traveling around North America with her hubby in their RV, giving her signature "Girl Talk" about sex and marriage. And she's written 7 books about sex and marriage. See a theme here? Plus, she knits, even in line at the grocery store. Along the way, her husband, Dr. Keith Gregoire, has joined her on the Bare Marriage podcast and now writing the male counterpart to the revamped and expanded Good Girl's Guide to Great Sex. They want to rebuild Christian sex advice from the ground up, focusing on what we know works! Listen in to learn more about : How can men begin to see their sex life differently? What is the orgasm gap, and why does it matter? Why do we need to prioritize each other and don't treat sex like an obligation? 5 practical tips to have a better sex life. Resources Connect with Sheila and Keith Website: https://tolovehonorandvacuum.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sheila.Gregoire.Books/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/sheilagregoire Connect with Melissa Instagram: @MelissaClarkCounseling Website - www.melisaaclarkcounseling.com

    Drifting Pro Am
    Episode 95: Andrew May

    Drifting Pro Am

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 136:01


    Andrew May is a grassroots drifter that is currently traveling the country living out of an RV going to drifting events throughout the country.

    TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey
    #105: I Was One Of The Biggest Drug Smugglers Of All Time | Tim McBride

    TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 171:14


    (***TIMESTAMPS in Description Below) ~ Tim McBride is one of the biggest weed smugglers in American history. In the 1980s he rose to the top of the ranks of the legendary Chokoloskee, Florida illegal import conspiracy. His story has been featured on VICE and he wrote a book about his experiences called “Saltwater Cowboy.” Tim's Book, “Saltwater Cowboy”: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NKFX3Y2/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1  ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Intro; Tim discusses the documentary VICE produced with him; A wild story to kick things off; Tim talks about for Sammy Davis Jr. when he was 20 31:15 - How Tim ended up in Chokoloskee, FL; Billy: The Captain; Swimming with sharks; The cover story of crabbing; Tim talks about how his first time smuggling went down; Where was the coast guard? 54:50 - The Yucatan and how pickups would go down once the product was smuggled towards shore; The Island Community of Smugglers; Stash Houses; Cleaning Weed; How much money the crew charged 1:13:10 - The Daniels Brothers; Griselda Blanco; Carlos Lehder; Chase boat procedure; The Dead Drops to the Cubans in Miami; How the cops were dealt with 1:32:05 - The story of the most lucrative RV drive in American History; Tim becomes the Godfather 1:48:08 - Tim talks about his first trip to Colombia as head of the operation; Park rangers on the payroll; Was Tim ever worried about getting caught?; Why Burying Money doesn't work; The crime money problems that movies don't show 2:14:39 - Tim tells stories about how he and the crew spent their money; Matt Cox was Tim's real estate agent (not really, but really) 2:24:25 - Tim tells the story about smuggling for infamous Panamanian President Manuel Noriega; The 5 Brothers & The Judge; Tim explains what “square grouper” means ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q ~ Get $150 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover (USING CODE: “TRENDIFIER”): https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier   PRIVADO VPN FOR $4.99/Month: https://privadovpn.com/trendifier/#a_aid=Julian Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot

    StressLess Camping podcast
    RV domicile states - tips, tricks and ideas

    StressLess Camping podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 51:35


    On this week's StressLess Camping RV podcast we talk about choosing a domicile state for full-time RVers and what it takes, the challenges, some of the benefits and why we chose South Dakota. What's the best state to claim for RV domicile? What do you need to change your state and why would you want to change your domicile state as a full-time RVer? What about mail? Health and vehicle insurance?  Notes, comments, links and more can be found on our home on the web at StressLessCamping.com This is episode 156.  The StressLess Camping RV podcast is a great resource for anyone wanting to make the most of the RV adventure and RV lifestyle.

    Optimal Finance Daily
    1935: Do You Have An Emergency List For Your Family by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents

    Optimal Finance Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 10:53


    Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents encourages you to make an emergency list for your family Episode 1935: Do You Have An Emergency List For Your Family by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents Michelle Schroeder-Gardner created Making Sense of Cents in order to help improve her own finances. With diligence, she was able to pay off $38,000 in student debt in 7 months, kept track of progress, and helped readers along the way. She's currently touring North America and living out of an RV. You can learn more about her and see her monthly income reports at MakingSenseOfCents.com. The original post is located here: https://www.makingsenseofcents.com/2015/06/financial-emergency-list-for-an-emergency-response-plan.html   Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Rolling Home
    Study says RVers undeterred by rising fuel prices and an all-electric RV gets a road test!

    Rolling Home

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 13:51


    If you thought fuel prices that are more than double what they were this time last year are keeping RVers off the road, you would be wrong! An all-electric RV by Winnebago Industries gets a road test with lackluster results. We'll talk about that along with my thoughts on this episode of the Rolling Home Podcast. Show notes --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Driving You Crazy
    E249 - Here's a unique way to find places to park your RV or camper and stay for the night

    Driving You Crazy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 51:36


    Finding the perfect spot to park the RV is the never ending quest for campers. Today I visit with someone who is trying to make that task easier. My guest is Joel Holland, the CEO of Harvest Hosts. Harvest hosts is a membership service for RVers that helps them find very unique overnight places to park and stay for the night. Also I open the mail bag and answer a listener's question about her terrible experience with her flight to Texas. All that and more on the Driving You Crazy Podcast.    Contact: 303-832-0217 or DrivingYouCrazyPodcast@Gmail.com Jayson: twitter.com/Denver7Traffic or www.facebook.com/JaysonLuberTrafficGuy    Harvest Hosts: https://harvesthosts.com/   Episode 239 with Jay Ratliff: https://drivingyoucrazy.podbean.com/e/e239-airlines-are-not-ready-for-what-s-about-to-happen-this-summer/   Driving You Crazy story, How do airlines select which flights to cancel before bad weather events? https://www.thedenverchannel.com/traffic/driving-you-crazy/driving-you-crazy-how-do-airlines-select-what-flights-to-cancel-before-bad-weather-events   Production Notes: Open music: jazzyfrenchy by Bensound Close music: Latché Swing by Hungaria   iTunes:https://apple.co/2fgLX8u iHeart: https://ihr.fm/2LVBvoc Podbean: https://bit.ly/2JbBiec Spotify: https://spoti.fi/30gj3zq Stitcher: https://bit.ly/3EViUk5  

    EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
    22 Jun 2022 | Briefly

    EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 4:16


    ➤ Munro Live Teardown Reveals Rivian Battery Design and Construction ➤ FedEx moves from testing EV delivery trucks to adopting them ➤ Genesis G80 EV First Drive ➤ Winnebago takes its e-RV electric camper van on a 1,400-mile road trip ➤ Drop-In Kit Converts Land Rover Defenders to Electric ➤ GM's Factory Zero to take downtime to boost production ➤ GM is raising the price of its Hummer EV ➤ Ford scrapped early electric SUV designs after CEO Jim Farley saw it ➤ Major new electric car smart charging law may not 'go far enough' ➤ Electric vehicle charging station network planned for Texas highways ➤ SsangYong Torres electric 4x4 coming to Europe in 2023

    Weiss Advice
    Start Owning Your Own Park and Make Huge Returns with Corey Woodruff

    Weiss Advice

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 31:41


    Corey Woodruff is a successful real estate investor and CEO of CMH Capital, which specializes in mobile home communities and mobile home parks. Corey's story illustrates the importance of being resourceful, having a good strategy, and being able to efficiently execute on deals. He credits his success to his ability to be systematic in his approach, learn from his mistakes, and stay focused on what was important. He shares lessons he learned from his experience buying and selling properties, including the importance of doing due diligence before making an investment and knowing the competition. He advises the importance of spending time with family and loved ones, and how that has influenced his perspective on success.[00:01 - 07:10] Opening SegmentLet's get to know Corey Woodruff!How Corey invested in Mobile Home CommunitiesCorey's biggest success came from learning on the jobHe never asked for money from investors with 10 million or moreHe illustrates the importance of tenacity, consistency, and learning from mistakes when starting a businessHe went from living in a trailer park to owning 2-million-dollar park in just a few years[07:11 - 19:15] Start Owning Your Own Park and Make Huge ReturnsCorey says in the past eight months, the company grew from 300 employees to 3000The growth was due to buying good deals and scaling the company by having 15 employees working in the office and finishing parksHe is looking into the RV space and training employees to be separate in their lanesCorey's goal is a hundred percent collections, 100% tenant morale, and 100% occupancy for all three of CMH Capital's goalsThere is a big stigma surrounding mobile home parksCorey shares that he also been successful in acquiring mobile home parks off-market or through creative financing[19:16 - 30:56] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had?In college, he had a lawn mowing jobWhat's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift?What Got You Here By Marshall GoldsmithWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?Corey wants to develop his skills on being a Software EngineerWhat does success mean to you?Corey shares that success means to him as, “The comfort of knowing that my kid's not going to be fearful of where the meals are going to come from.”Connect with CoreyWebsite: http://cmhcapitalinc.com/Facebook: Corey Woodruff 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 Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for EntrepreneursDiscover what it takes to start and grow your own business.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

    Adam Carolla Show
    Part 1: Teenage Hooker Movies + News (ACS June 22)

    Adam Carolla Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 73:16


    The gang takes a deep dive into the Hollywood's obsession with movies featuring teenage prostitution in the late 70's and early 80's. Adam talks about the problem with RV camps popping up on the side of LA highways. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: New reporting about what was going on inside and outside Robb Elementary, Dave Chappelle deciding not to have his name on a high school theatre, Chrissie Hynde saying she will no longer play her hits anymore, Elon Musk's daughter filing to drop her last name, Adele pushing back Vegas shows again, and an auction bidder winning a lunch with Warren Buffet for 19 million dollars. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Offers.AmericanHartfordGold.com/ADAM Geico.com BlindsGalore.com

    Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
    Hour 2 | United or American? @ConwayShow @MarkTLive

    Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 33:01


    More talk on Hollywood Walk of Fame for 2023 / United Airlines or American Airlines will no longer fly to three cities // CA lawmakers send Newsom bill to ban police from making arrests for loitering for prostitution // Netflix layoff more employees—losing subscribers // RV sales still booming despite soaring gas prices

    Life in Motion
    Drop Everything And Go - Selling your house and car to live a life on the road with Nick and Tara of Unequipped 2 Road Trip

    Life in Motion

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 44:25


    In this episode we interview Nick and Tara of Unequipped 2 Road Trip. Before meeting each other Tara spent time traveling the world and Nick loved a good ole camping trip. When they met it was a no-brainer that their love for the outdoors and adventure would be a perfect match. That's until the COVID shutdown halted everything a couple months after they began. Lucky for them they shared the same employer and ended up working remotely together. Not long after, they began to get a little stir crazy and made a rash decision - sell their house, car and personal belongings. Why? To buy a RV and set out to see all 63 United States National Parks. If you've ever wondered how to start your dream of a life on the road, or how you know you met the right adventure buddy, then this one's for you! Life in Motion is brought to you by Actual Outdoors. They help build beautiful brands that highlight the approachable and authentic parts of outdoor recreation. Said simply - they “keep it real”. Find them online at actualoutdoors.com or on Instagram at @actualoutdoors. Tweet us and let us know what you think of this episode! @illuminecollect Find more episodes at https://illuminecollect.com/blogs/news/life-in-motion-podcast Since 2017 Illumine has donated over $26,578 to outdoor nonprofits and shared over 104 stories on the Life in Motion Podcast.

    Passive Mobile Home Park Investing
    Interview with John Hall of Newby Management

    Passive Mobile Home Park Investing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 28:10


    Welcome back to the Passive Mobile Home Park Investing Podcast, hosted by Andrew Keel. On this episode of the Passive Mobile Home Park Investing Podcast, Andrew talks with John Hall of Newby Management. John and Andrew discuss several items including: overcoming tough hurdles, advice for passive MHP investors and the unique perspectives John has on managing mobile home park communities from his long career in the space. In addition, John Newby and Andrew Keel also discuss the similarities and differences when it comes to the property management of RV parks and mobile home parks. John grew up in the manufacturing housing community industry, as his mother and father managed RV communities throughout their careers. John started at Newby Management in 2012 as a regional manager and has worked his way up to now being the President of Newby Management since 2020. Newby management oversees forty-five higher-end amenity rich properties primarily in the Southeast and Florida. Andrew Keel is the owner of Keel Team, LLC, a Top 100 Owner of Manufactured Housing Communities with over 2,000 lots under management. His team currently manages over 30 manufactured housing communities across more than ten states. His expertise is in turning around under-managed manufactured housing communities by utilizing proven systems to maximize the occupancy while reducing operating costs. He specializes in bringing in homes to fill vacant lots, implementing utility bill back programs, and improving overall management and operating efficiencies, all of which significantly boost the asset value and net operating income of the communities. Andrew has been featured on some of the Top Podcasts in the manufactured housing space, click here to listen to his most recent interviews: https://www.keelteam.com/podcast-links. In order to successfully implement his management strategy Andrew's team usually moves on location during the first several months of ownership. Find out more about Andrew's story at AndrewKeel.com. Are you getting value out of this show? If so, please head over to iTunes and leave the show a quick five-star review. Talking Points:

    KBBI Newscast
    Monday Morning 6-20-22

    KBBI Newscast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 8:55


    The production of the local morning newscast is made possible by the generous support of the Homer Foundation. RV users are not being driven away by high gas prices. Wildfires lit by lightning continue to burn.

    GreenBean's NY JETS POD
    Ny JETS GM Knows What He's Doing! GreenBean's Jets Pod #75

    GreenBean's NY JETS POD

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 53:05


    Ny JETS Documentary Flight 2022 gave Jets Fans a fly on the wall view of GM Joe Douglas at work. This guy is for real and might just be the best the Jets have ever had at the position! Joe Douglas could have the Jets in the playoffs before we know it! **Join The BEAN BAGGERS And Get Exclusive Content!**https://www.patreon.com/GreenBeanJetsFanFor business Inquiries please email: Greenbeanjetsfan@gmail.comGreenBean Merch:https://greenbeanjetsfan.com/shop/*Save Money On Gas! I use this one all the time and it's REAL! Use my Promo code to get an extra $0.15 off your first time. Save up to $0.25 per gallon! https://t.co/yCSBVX3h4EUse Promo Code AZF3F*Use These Links when shopping on Amazon to help the channel! Yeti Microphone Bundle: https://amzn.to/3rFtHrsCannon Rebel T7: https://amzn.to/3qhkeq3GoPro Hero 8: https://amzn.to/2Zbfd6lK&F Concept Tripod: https://amzn.to/3jJl8cgFollow me on Social media! IG- @Greenbean_the_Jetsfanhttps://www.instagram.com/greenbean_the_jetsfanTwitter- @beanthejetsfanYouTube- GreenBean Jetsfanhttps://www.youtube.com/c/GreenbeanjetsfanFacebook- Facebook.com/greenbean jetsfanhttps://www.facebook.com/GreenBeanJetsfanYoutube- Jetnationhttps://www.youtube.com/user/JetNationOr you can follow my cross country travels as I live Full Time in an RV to take my kids on every Roller Coaster in the USA! Full Time Coaster Tour~~Youtube- https://www.youtube.com/c/FullTimeCoastertourIG- https://www.instagram.com/1ride.at.a.timeTwitter- @FullTimeCoasterTour Facebook- One Ride at a Time#nyjets #NFL #flight2022 #zachwilson #ota #offseason #Mockdraft #nflddraft #nyjetsfootball #football #joedouglas#jets

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
    Revolutionizing Real Estate with IoT Technology

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 21:25


    If you're still not sold on the power of the Internet of Things (IoT), then listen to this episode!   There are endless applications of the technology in real estate, and our guest John Humphrey joins us to discuss how STR owners can mine crypto on their property using IoT and create passive income. He also talks about their company, LinxSTR, and the work they do to help people optimize their business operations and build wealth by leveraging the potential of IoT.   [00:01 - 06:20] Decentralizing the Internet John talks about his background Helium and creating the world's biggest IoT network   [06:21 - 20:15] Passively Earning Crypto Rewards Losing money in their short-term vacation rental properties during the pandemic Starting a technology arm of their business Building their own Helium hotspot box How STR owners can benefit through mining HNT What's LinxSTR's next play Smart solutions using IoT John breaks down the best way to set up the hotspots in properties   [20:16 - 21:24] Closing Segment Reach out to John!  Links Below  Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “Almost a hundred percent of our lives in three years right now is going to be all interconnected.” - John Humphrey “Me and you won't be talking over cellular towers anymore. Our phone, our actual communication is going to box to box, to box, to box, to box, to get anywhere it needs to get.” - John Humphrey -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with John for a strategy session! Book now at iotjohn.com.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] John Humphrey: Right now in the next three years, 75 billion new devices are going to need a place to hook up to the internet. I mean, this is everything what's going to happen. Almost a hundred percent of our life in three years right now is going to be all interconnected. It's really crazy.  [00:00:28] Sam Wilson: John Humphrey's a seasoned entrepreneur author and is best known as The Revenue Generation Expert. He is an expert at implementing systems to generate ongoing income for not only his own companies, but also for his clients worldwide. John, welcome to the show.  [00:00:42] John Humphrey: Sam. Great to be here. Thanks for having me.  [00:00:44] Sam Wilson: Pleasure is mine. Three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:51] John Humphrey: Okay. Started 20 years ago, originally from New York. I'm out here in California, 20 years, April, this past April is 20 years. My wife and I had been out here in California. Yes. We came out of California to create fame and fortune and become entrepreneurs. And that's where our kind of our journey started. Fast forward 20 years, you know, I've been in business with like one of my best friends that I met out here california when we first got out here, Jerry Conti and we've owned three or four different companies together on our latest company right now, LinxSTR, is revolutionizing the new IoT Helium platform that's being launched worldwide. And that's our latest play right now. And it's a, it's super exciting what we're into.  [00:01:35] Sam Wilson: Can you, can you break this down for us? You may have used a bunch of words that if entrepreneurs like me just said, what did he just say? Helium IoT LinxSTR and my eyes glaze over. Break it down for us.  [00:01:48] John Humphrey: I'm going to tell you all about it. It's actually, it's, it's a, it's a pretty cool concept. It's right around a little bit over two years ago, a cryptocurrency called Helium, the actual cryptocurrency said, okay, listen, we're going to create our own new cryptocurrency. [00:02:01] John Humphrey: You know, it's right now there's 8,000 cryptocurrencies in the world that most people will never hear, right? This one said, we're going to do something different. We are going to create the world's biggest IoT network and IoT stands for internet of things. Now, if you don't know what that is, I didn't know what the hell it was when we got this whole thing rolling. [00:02:20] John Humphrey: But basically it's a network that is an, basically an outdoor network of the internet. I'm just going to give you the plain, plain simple truth. So like I was sharing with you saying like inside our house, we have, you know, we have our wifi in the house, right? But we go outside, we're using cellular data, but there are billions of new devices that are being developed right now for everything from, from a motor scooters to the cameras that go around your property to temperature monitor, to, to leak detection, to all sorts of things that can happen with a property. These, all these little devices need to be hooked up into the internet, but typically they're not going to hook up into the wifi 'cause a lot of these devices are actually outside the property. So how did they hook up? Well, they're not going to hook up to cellular because it's too expensive and they're not going to the satellite cause that's even more expensive. So over the last number of years, there's been a, there's been a network called the IoT network. [00:03:18] John Humphrey: Now the IoT network has been around in major cities for a very, very long time. So if you ever gone to, you know, swipe your credit card and a parking meter downtown. Well, your information is getting beamed into this outdoor internet network called the IoT network. If you've ever gone to a, like the, like the line motor scooters that you know, the little electric scooters you see everywhere downtown, how does that all operate? [00:03:44] John Humphrey: That's an IoT device. So now what's happening is that not only are more and more IoT devices becoming made. Right now in the next three years, 75 billion new devices are going to need a place to hook up to the internet. I mean, this is everything what's going to happen. Almost a hundred percent of our life in three years right now, it's going to be all interconnected. [00:04:05] John Humphrey: It's really crazy. So what do they do? Well, they created this, so Helium said we're going to create the world's first 100% connected worldwide network and how they're going to do it is not by building it centrally. They're going to decentralize the internet. So now this isn't the size of an actual box, but it's about the size of what's called, what's called a Helium hotspot. [00:04:28] John Humphrey: Okay. So imagine having this in your house and all this little device does is it looks for other IoT devices and all it does is it beacons and witnesses, it just basically shares the network to create a network. So think of it this way. If Netflix got started today, they would send you a little device that you would plug into your router. [00:04:50] John Humphrey: This is what they would do. And they would say, great, we'll send you the device. And when your neighbor orders, a TV show or a movie, and the movie has to go through all these devices to get to your neighbor. And this little movie goes over your box to get to your neighbor's box. We're going to pay you every time that that happens. [00:05:09] John Humphrey: This is a peer to peer network that is being built. This is really what. You know, Web 3.0 really is, it's called decentralized the network, having the people own the network. So Helium is known as the people's network, and this is what's getting built right now. So super exciting. There's about, like I said, there was about 700,000 of those little devices worldwide in 5,800 cities and 200,000 of them are in the United States. [00:05:36] John Humphrey: So there are quite a number, but people are saying, well, you know, how many will it take? It'll take about 2 to 3 million devices to completely blanket the United States. So think about this in a few years, and this is, this is kind of crazy me and you won't be talking over cellular towers anymore. Our phone, our actual communication is going to be going box to box, to box, to box, to box, to get anywhere it needs to get. [00:06:02] John Humphrey: The entire world, this is where it's going to be happening. So Helium's going to be really the biggest data provider, you know, in, in the world in the next few years, this is what's happening.  [00:06:13] Sam Wilson: That that is really amazing. I mean, this is, this is obviously you're, you're at the front of this, I guess. Tell us, give us the backstory on how you saw the opportunity here. I mean, was this what your background was in and, you know, are you a big tech guy?  [00:06:28] John Humphrey: Nope, not a tech guy. I love tech, you know, I like to use tech, but I'm not in the weeds when it comes, I'm going electrical engineer or anything. I'm more of a user, right? So, so here's what happened. So my, my partner, Jerry, we've had a short-term vacation rental development company for many, many years. And we actually taught people how to convert large homes into luxury short-term rentals. And we did that in the arbitrage model where we're basically, we would go rent a giant house. I convert it. And then Castro, the property was amazing. I mean, one of my properties at Arizona, I was paying 10,500 a month rent, which was nuts. [00:07:05] John Humphrey: Right. But it was bringing in $35,000 a month and bookings. Super great business, but then 2020 happens and we all know what happened in March of 2020, we had the pandemic. And what people don't realize is in the month of April, Airbnb came out and said, listen, we know everybody's panicking with travel, so here's what we're going to do regardless of your cancellation policy with your host, if you want to go ahead and cancel, go ahead. And we'll give you 100% of your money back. Well, listen that was great for the traveler, but it sucked for us as the host. Jerry and I lost $600,000 in bookings in 30 days 'cause everybody was canceling and there was no recourse. And so that really scared us. And we said, whoa, listen, if we're really hooked into a big tech giant here, like Airbnb or BRBO and they do something like this, it could really kill your business. [00:07:58] John Humphrey: And so, Jerry decided, Hey, let's start a technology arm of our short-term vacation rental business, where people can create websites where they can book direct that we, we can, we can do pricing. We could do marketing, social media marketing, where people can go out and get their own bookings. So they can be empowered to have their own business, regardless of what happens if they got knocked off of Airbnb or knocked off of BRBO. [00:08:22] John Humphrey: And the same thing happens in marketing, right? People have a Facebook account and it gets shut down for some. All their marketing drives up. So we want it to do that for the STR world. So we're doing this for a little bit, and a friend, and we were looking for all tech to put into our homes and somebody said, Hey, you want to check this thing out? [00:08:40] John Humphrey: It's called Helium. We don't know what it was. And they said, well, listen, you can put a box, literally add this Helium hotspot to your short-term vacation rental properties. And you can earn crypto. You'll get rewarded in crypto currency. And we looked into, we said, wow, that's really amazing. We jumped on it. But then as soon as we jumped on it, we saw a whole bunch of pitfalls of why it wasn't going to work. [00:09:04] John Humphrey: And so one of the big reasons is, is that I show you this little box, right? This is the size of a Helium hotspot. You would get off the internet. It doesn't work and it reason it doesn't work is it's not powerful enough. So what we did was is we hired a guy from Motorola who took that thing apart. We deconstructed it and we built this kind of this, it looks like a utility box. [00:09:26] John Humphrey: I don't have one right here with me at the office, but it's a, it's a small utility box, probably the size of a toaster. And then we put an external antenna on the roof and we did this whole thing. So we basically souped up the Helium hotspot. We contracted with a manufacturer and we created our own customized box. [00:09:44] John Humphrey: And by doing that, we built a better mousetrap. And then all of a sudden this was doing even bigger than our short term vacation rental businesses as people kept calling us saying, I want one of your boxes. I have a property, I'm a property management company. I have a thousand properties. I want to make crypto, like I could add this on and just make residual money without doing anything I'm in. And that's kind of how LinkxSTR got started six months ago. [00:10:07] Sam Wilson: Six months ago. That's rapid growth. Tell me, tell me about the opportunity for commercial real estate investors.  [00:10:14] John Humphrey: Yeah, this, this is what's amazing. If you have a property, if you're, if you have like a commercial building, if you have real estate residential, doesn't make a difference what it is is what we have done is we have created a software where we can literally predict how much cryptocurrency your location could mine, meaning how much it would get rewarded. So what we do is we invite people, you know, to get on our calendar. We will literally get on a zoom call with them and say, Hey, let's go over your 5 to 10 property that you have, or maybe it's even more. We'll analyze them in real time. And then they'll make a decision on where they want to put hotspots because the one pitfall that we did see, Sam, was that in the beginning, people were just buying hotspots, plugging them in, and then all of a sudden I'm seeing all over social media. [00:10:59] John Humphrey: This is a bunch of BS. Like I'm not making any money. This is what they're still like, well, what is this? And it's because they were literally taken a little box like this, plugging it into their router box, stick it next to a window on the first floor of their apartment. And the signal was going nowhere, absolutely nowhere. [00:11:16] John Humphrey: And so that's what we found, so for real estate professionals, commercial real estate people at buildings, we can put an antenna on the roof and you could just be earning residual crypto rewards. I mean, to me, it's a no-brainer for people. It really is.  [00:11:31] Sam Wilson: I mean, what's, what's the break, even on that, I mean, is this something where, Hey, it's a thousand bucks for the box, you know, in three years you break even on it. [00:11:39] Sam Wilson: I mean, it's, it sounds like I'm just going to be in being forthright here. So don't, let me offend you. Obviously, you've got a, you guys are going somewhere with, and you've got traction with it, so. I'm just the naysayer, trying to clarify.  [00:11:50] John Humphrey: This is great. I'll tell you the costs right now or how it works. Real simple. So the box is $29.97. So if you bought a retail box about three grand, now people say, okay, now listen, you can, I will tell you I'll be the first one to tell you. You can go onto eBay right now and buy a box for $500. You can, but it's going to look like this, right? And it ain't going to work. [00:12:12] John Humphrey: I'm just telling you it's a $500 waste of money. So, what we did is we, we have a premier piece of tech that we put together for somebody. Now, here's the reason we did it. It's not for how much it costs, but how much it's going to make. So let's say for example, you put our box out there and it gives you five tokens a month, meaning five HNT. [00:12:32] John Humphrey: Yeah, it's rewarded for you basically do enough and the box is sitting here and it's just pinging in witnessing. So over the course of a year, that 60 tokens in five years, that'd be 300 tokens that you would have in your crypto wallet worth, whatever the value HNT is going to be. Now, I will tell you, in five years, HNT is supposed to be around $250 a token, and let's just make it a round number. [00:12:54] John Humphrey: Let's just say it's 300 a token. And you've got 300 tokens, you know, that's not bad. That is not a bad if you, you know, if you do, if you could do the math on that, that's pretty good money. That's 90 grand on a $3,000 one-time investment with no maintenance fee, no anything. It costs about $5 a year in electricity to run the box. [00:13:17] John Humphrey: So this is what people are looking at in terms of ROI is that I'm in it for more of the 10 year play. You know, Jerry and I want to mine a few million coins in a, in 10 years. Our goal is to put 20,000 hotspots out in the marketplace and that's a hundred million dollar business right there. I mean, it's going to be massive. [00:13:37] John Humphrey: So everybody that gets a Helium hotspot, you want to be thinking right now, just accumulating coins, because then when Helium goes to 500 or a thousand, maybe becomes a Bitcoin one day and goes to 10 or $20,000. You're going to be sitting on a fortune for a very, very minimal investment.  [00:13:56] Sam Wilson: Tell me about this. You know, we're long in the RV resorts space. So talk to me about that application.  [00:14:03] John Humphrey: Yeah. We're putting them everywhere. RV resorts are fantastic because there is an office there, right? That does have internet. And the reason I say internet is because the, the box needs to be powered by the ethernet right now, it's simply that it plugged into the ethernet port of your router box. [00:14:20] John Humphrey: It doesn't use data. It just uses the power. Now in the future, they're going to have other locations where it's going to be Siler and you don't have to plug it in, but RV resorts are great. And one of the reasons they're great is because you can put literally a 40 or 50 foot tower, like an antenna, like in the RV resort. And the higher, the intent is the more HNT, the more crypto rewards you're going to earn, because the more boxes it's going to reach. Everything is about height with us, everything. So the higher, you know, the higher, the relocation of your intended, the better. So RV resorts, we have put Helium hotspots and our RV resorts very good, because they can kind of make their own rules they don't have an HOA, they can just build some fricking tower there that we'll help install. And now they're just mining tons of crypto there.  [00:15:05] Sam Wilson: What is your guys's angle? You know, I know you guys want to mine your own Helium, but what, or HNT I guess as you call it, maybe that's the short, short three letters for it, but what's your guys' angle other than selling the boxes, which is a one-time sale. I mean, maybe you're making some money on your box, but there's gotta be more to the business than that.  [00:15:23] John Humphrey: Correct. So we're sharing. Every box that we put out there, we're sharing the HNT with that person. So we will get 50% of the HNT. They get 50% of the HNT, but we do everything. We do the shipping, we do installation. [00:15:37] John Humphrey: We do your hotspot maintenance, your crypto wallet. Everything is like, we do it all for you. And the reason we did that is we wanted to target real estate professionals that want to make the want to be in the money of just making money with their properties. And this is extra money for them, but let us handle the technology, the tech of this. We're not interested in people that want to tinker and you know, like that, isn't it. [00:16:02] John Humphrey: I come across those people saying, like they're going. I'm going to go build my own hotspot. I'm going to go do that. I said, listen, you go for it. You know, our goal is every box is out there. It's a long-term play for us that we want to earn HNT but then the second part of this play is, is that we're going to be creating a consulting division of LinxSTR that is going to be all about the devices. [00:16:23] John Humphrey: Cause this is the next phase of what's going to happen. There's going to be 75 billion new IoT devices that are going to be introduced into the world marketplace. So we're going to create a whole division. That's going to be creating devices, consulting with companies on how to get the data to their devices. All of those things is really the next play and that's going to be massive. That's gonna be massive. [00:16:46] Sam Wilson: The sales and the front end of these devices, that's really just the entry point for you guys into the market collecting HNT.  [00:16:51] John Humphrey: And there's tons of hard costs in a tech company. So we don't, we're not making a fortune off of devices. We're really not. I mean, the whole point of this is the HNT and the consulting and how to use the data when the data comes up. [00:17:05] John Humphrey: And we, we actually was interested. We actually, we spoke to an IoT device manufacturer the other day and they, and it was this, they have hundreds of devices and they're the funniest devices you'll ever see. There are little devices, right? One of the ones and they were all designed for real estate, they're all designed for how to maintain your property remotely, how to, how to do everything from like a leak happening on your property or fire damage or, you know, anything even critters. [00:17:34] John Humphrey: So the funniest thing I saw was an IoT mousetrap that they have. So imagine you mentioned putting mousetraps out in your property, you got critters. And instead of hoping and praying that you're catching something, the device is actually an IoT device. So when something happens with the device, it'll alert. So you can put it out into your yard and it's on the network. And as soon as something catches, you actually get notification on your phone.  [00:17:59] Sam Wilson: That's funny. Yeah. There's endless applications like, oh, your applications right now. You, if you're in Memphis, it would be rats, not mice. So yeah, I know, right? Everybody on the show just took their headphones out and went, oh, that's disgusting. Yeah. Well, welcome to the Delta. Yeah. So that's, it'd be funny. Yeah. He caught a rat, great. Okay. Tell me about saturation. Like how far apart do these have to be? Is there, you know, is it one per neighborhood? Is it one per house?  [00:18:26] John Humphrey: Great, great question. The hotspots, ideally to be a thousand feet. So, if you had a building, like you had an apartment complex or something, or a fourplex, you would only put one hotspot there. [00:18:37] John Humphrey: So that's it. Now this is the, also the issue that's been happening because when the whole network got started, it's completely unregulated at this point. So people were just buying things and what happened is there'll be too many hotspots in a concentrated location. So there's a network called the IoT Helium network. [00:18:56] John Humphrey: And it'll tell you the great thing about it is that every hotspot that is live on the network, you can see what that hotspot is doing in real time. So there's actually a worldwide map and the way that they break it down is if I was to take this hotspot and have it go live, it would show up in what's called a green hexagon. [00:19:16] John Humphrey: That's what it looks like on the map. It looks like there's a green hexagon that is over my house here, but the hexagon is literally two square miles. And this, this shows up as one hotspot within the green hexagon. Now the ideal thing, and the reason they do that is because ideally you do not want to have more than six Helium hotspots in one hexagon. [00:19:41] John Humphrey: You get past six, then it's kind of like a pizza eating itself. There's only so much that's going to be, it's like a pizza and more and more people coming in. If the pizza is the same size, now that's this type of hotspot. Right? The one that we have, which is built ours is going to go outside of our hexes. [00:19:58] John Humphrey: And they're going to go up to 200 miles away. They're going to network with other boxes. So it's going to go super far, the signal like you don't realize how far the signal can go. It goes really, really far. So that's why ours will outperform anything on the market.  [00:20:13] Sam Wilson: Wow, John, this is fascinating. Thanks for taking the time to break down this opportunity. We have here with our properties. That's, that is the either. There's always something new to learn in this. This is certainly something new to me. So I appreciate you taking the time to share it with us. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you and what you guys are doing, how do they do that?  [00:20:31] John Humphrey: Simple. I just, if you have some properties, you want us to do an analysis of your property. You want to learn about a little bit more what we're doing. I'd say just book some time directly on my calendar. I always kind of do this. I leave this open ended with everybody it's simple. It's iotjohn, iotjohn.com. And then you can book some time to get into valuations done of your properties and see if you're sitting on a crypto gold mine somewhere.  [00:20:54] Sam Wilson: That's cool, John, thank you so much for your time today. I do appreciate it.  [00:20:57] John Humphrey: Thanks so much, Sam, be well.   

    Only in OK Show
    Blue River - Tishamingo, Oklahoma

    Only in OK Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 28:23


    Are you ready for the rapids?   Today we are discussing the Blue River in Tishamingo, Oklahoma.   Beginning near Connerville in Johnston County, the Blue River flows southeast to the Red River. This spring-fed river has a designated trout area in the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area. Other fishing opportunities exist for black bass, crappie, as well as channel and blue catfish. Camping facilities are available only at the Blue River Campground.   Float trip opportunities by kayak are available on this Class II-III river, offering several falls and ledges, dependent on seasonal waterfall. No commercial outfitters along the river are allowed and public access points are limited. Supplies and information can be found at Scotty's Blue River One Stop, located at the entrance to the public hunting and fishing area. A Blue River Conservation Passport is required of all persons who enter or use the Blue River area, unless exempt. Check with the Oklahoma Wildlife Department for availability and criteria.   Tishomingo, Oklahoma is the Chickasaw Nation's historic capital and heart of Blue River. Explore the Chickasaw influence by visiting the Chickasaw Council House Museum and the Chickasaw National Capitol Building. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful Blue River, a trout-fishing destination and home to the Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge. Guests can sleep in comfort with a stay at Cedar & Stone Bed and Breakfast and explore plenty of antiques at Junk Stars during their trip. Come time to eat, pay Nacho Mama's Casa a visit, or dive into delicious entrees before catching live entertainment at Blake Shelton's Ole Red Tishomingo.   Scotty's Blue River One Stop at the entrance to the the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area carries fishing gear, convenience items, serve breakfast and lunch.  They also have full RV hookups.   KFOR-TV is a television station in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, affiliated with NBC. It is owned by Nexstar Media Group alongside independent station KAUT-TV. Both stations share studios in Oklahoma City's McCourry Heights section, where KFOR-TV's transmitter is also located. kfor.com   News Story   The Common Room is a veteran owned & founded lounge located inside the Chickasha Inn. Wanderers and adventurers should stop in to share a drink and a laugh.   Subscribe to the Only in OK Show.   Check out our sponsor for this episode - TAILBOARD APPAREL   #TravelOK #onlyinokshow #Oklahoma #MadeinOklahoma #oklaproud #podcast #okherewego #traveloklahoma #hiking #camping #water #tourism #fishing #kayak #river #spiderman #devon #tishamingo

    Street Smart Success
    176: The Next Airbnb For Things on Wheels

    Street Smart Success

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 41:31


    When you have extra things that don't fit in your home, self-storage is a perfect solution. When you have a car to store, or an RV or Boat, what do you do then? Carmelo Mannino, CEO of STOW IT, has the solution. STOW IT is becoming the Airbnb for things on wheels. STOW IT finds hosts who have extra space available and matches them with customers looking for a space to store their vehicle. It's a brilliant win for hosts who generate extra cash and for customers who don't have a place to store their vehicle. Learn more at https://www.streetsmartsuccess.com

    Rolling Home
    Do 'Big Box' RV retailers get a bad wrap?

    Rolling Home

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 13:32


    If you own an RV, travel trailer, or another style of camper you know of or may have bought your first RV from the “big box” RV retailer. If you bought your RV elsewhere you may have had work done at one. Do these "big box" RV retailers like Camping World get a bad wrap? Are they as bad as some say? We'll explore that subject in this edition of the Rolling Home Podcast. Show notes --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Audio Book on SermonAudio
    June 19, 2022 Bible Reading - Dt. 23, Ps. 114-115, Is. 51, Rv. 21

    Audio Book on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 16:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Eastford Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: June 19, 2022 Bible Reading - Dt. 23, Ps. 114-115, Is. 51, Rv. 21 Subtitle: Daily Bible Reading 2022 (KJV) Speaker: Timothy Howard Broadcaster: Eastford Baptist Church Event: Audio Book Date: 6/19/2022 Length: 16 min.

    Rocking the RV Life
    33. Underwear Changing Moments While Pulling the RV!

    Rocking the RV Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 26:57


    Traveling and camping is not just about buying an RV and hitting the road. Jeff & Patti talk with veteran RVer Dave Johnson about his many experiences, including some underwear changing moments with his trailer. He and his wife Joanne have been through a lot including fires, bears, bison and more. The Tip of the Week is to make sure you are always aware of your surroundings including the weather and to never scrimp on safety features such as a good GPS for RVs. Do you use a TPMS? Having a tire pressure monitoring system can give you an early indication of possible tire problems. A tire blow out can cause a lot of damage. Dave reveals how this system saved him while traveling. Plus, more places to see and visit. If you have had any underwear changing moments, feel free to email us. You can meet Jeff & Patti at the Music Box Supper Club in Cleveland on Wednesday July 13th. Here are all the details.

    Rocking the RV Life
    33. Underwear Changing Moments While Pulling the RV!

    Rocking the RV Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 26:57


    Traveling and camping is not just about buying an RV and hitting the road. Jeff & Patti talk with veteran RVer Dave Johnson about his many experiences, including some underwear changing moments with his trailer. He and his wife Joanne have been through a lot including fires, bears, bison and more. The Tip of the Week is to make sure you are always aware of your surroundings including the weather and to never scrimp on safety features such as a good GPS for RVs. Do you use a TPMS? Having a tire pressure monitoring system can give you an early indication of possible tire problems. A tire blow out can cause a lot of damage. Dave reveals how this system saved him while traveling. Plus, more places to see and visit. If you have had any underwear changing moments, feel free to email us. You can meet Jeff & Patti at the Music Box Supper Club in Cleveland on Wednesday July 13th. Here are all the details.

    Audio Book on SermonAudio
    June 17, 2022 Bible Reading - Dt. 22, Ps. 110-111, Is. 49, Rv. 19

    Audio Book on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 16:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Eastford Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: June 17, 2022 Bible Reading - Dt. 22, Ps. 110-111, Is. 49, Rv. 19 Subtitle: Daily Bible Reading 2022 (KJV) Speaker: Timothy Howard Broadcaster: Eastford Baptist Church Event: Audio Book Date: 6/17/2022 Length: 16 min.

    Audio Book on SermonAudio
    June 18, 2022 Bible Reading - Dt. 23, Ps. 112-113, Is. 50, Rv. 20

    Audio Book on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 12:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Eastford Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: June 18, 2022 Bible Reading - Dt. 23, Ps. 112-113, Is. 50, Rv. 20 Subtitle: Daily Bible Reading 2022 (KJV) Speaker: Timothy Howard Broadcaster: Eastford Baptist Church Event: Audio Book Date: 6/18/2022 Length: 12 min.

    RV Miles Podcast
    239. Is Starlink Right for You? Yellowstone Update and the Heat Dome

    RV Miles Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 51:31


    This week, we share all the ins and outs of Starlink internet and let you know some of the problems we've had so you can decide whether it's right for you. We also have an update on the re-opening of Yellowstone National Park, and some tips to keep your air conditioner running in the heat.   Get your RV Miles Merchandise here: https://merch.rvmiles.com Join the RV Miles Mailing List: https://rvmiles.com/mailinglist/ Save even more on Solo Stove at https://rvmiles.com/solostove  Visit L.L. Bean to find your next great piece of gear: https://llbean.com Check out all Blue Ox has to offer at https://BlueOx.com Download the ParkWolf app for iPhone: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/parkwolf-for-national-parks/id1596595516?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=reddit-r3&utm_campaign=reddit-r3 Looking for more deals on RV memberships or gear? Check out:  https://rvmiles.com/category/deals/ RV Miles YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RVMiles Leave RV Miles a 5-star review on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Let's go shopping! Support RV Miles every time you shop Amazon, no matter what you buy when you start at https://Amazon.com/shop/RVMiles.  Join the RV Miles Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rvmiles

    Alaska News Nightly
    Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 17, 2022

    Alaska News Nightly

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022


    Fire crews in the Interior are on standby as the weather forecast calls for thunderstorms. Also, St. Mary's residents are staying cautious as the threat of the fire decreases. And high gas prices aren't stopping RV-ers from visiting Alaska.

    My RV Ninja
    Top 10 Reasons why buying a car is Different than buying a RV #8: Rv Lemon Laws!

    My RV Ninja

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:30


    All 50 states have lemon laws for cars, but what about RVs? In today's podcast we will talk about some of the differences between buying a car and buying an RV as it relates to lemon laws.

    Optimal Business Daily
    625: Making the Decision to Leave Your Job by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents

    Optimal Business Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 8:18


    Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents talks about making the decision to leave your job Episode 625: Making the Decision to Leave Your Job by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents Michelle Schroeder-Gardner created Making Sense of Cents in order to help improve her own finances. With diligence, she was able to pay off $38,000 in student debt in 7 months, kept track of progress, and helped readers along the way. She's currently touring North America and living out of an RV. You can learn more about her and see her monthly income reports at MakingSenseOfCents.com. The original post is located here: https://www.makingsenseofcents.com/2013/12/making-the-decision-to-leave-your-job.html   Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Frugal Friends Podcast
    Minimalist Living In An RV To Pay Off $56K Of Debt | Jill's Debt Free Journey

    Frugal Friends Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 52:01


    Living in an RV may seem like a dream for travelers and minimalists but it's not always as easy and fancy as it seems. In this episode, Jill breaks down her minimalist RV lifestyle and non-traditional methods such as house sitting, renovating an RV and trailer to sell, and more, together with her supportive husband Eric in order to pay their debt. 

    Life Through the Big Screen
    A Goofy Movie: Disney's Best Dad?

    Life Through the Big Screen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 58:35


    In this episode I have with me Aaron Gomez, who asked me to watch and talk about the new Rescue Rangers movie on Disney+. I watched it, but I couldn't find much to say about it for an entire podcast episode, so I asked if he'd like to come on the show and discuss A Goofy Movie, instead. Because I can talk about A Goofy Movie all day long. Don't ding it! Read on!Aaron and I don't remember each other from high school, but we clearly ran around in the same circles. We reminisce a little about high school, but then jump into talking about the new Rescue Rangers movie found on Disney+. I suggest it's a replacement of Roger Rabbit, but he says it's a compliment of that movie. He's right. And it's astounding how many other properties from other movie studios populate this little movie. Who would have written the checks? Universal or Disney? And can you imagine if movie studios really combined their powers and merged worlds? So Rescue Rangers and A Goofy Movie share origin stories - and they were both born out of Disney Afternoon, a series of cartoon shows that aired after school during the week. The lineup consisted of Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers, Goof Troop (what A Goofy Movie was born from), Darkwing Duck, Tale Spin, and Duck Tales. I shock Aaron by informing him that A Goofy Movie is not part of the golden era of Disney animated movies. It's a one-off, completely separated from Beaty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Lion King. My assumption is that A Goofy Movie is evolving better than any of those others because it appeals to dads now and us dads are showing this simple masterpiece to our kids. A Goofy Movie was smart in knowing what a teenager was like and what they go through. Every teenager can relate to Max, and it turns out, a lot of dads can find kinship with Goofy. Aaron and I share our stories about trying to woo our childhood crushes - both failed attempts. We may be ultimate geeks, but we marvel at how cool Powerline is. Is Pete actually a good guy in this movie? Aaron surprises me with his knowledge of Goof Troop - a show I haven't seen since I was a kid. But his memory of specific episodes is really impressive.Also what's impressive is how this movie changes when you get older. As a kid, you side with Max and want Goofy to take him to the Powerline concert. But as an adult, we side with Goofy. Either way, Goofy is the best TV/movie dad ever. Aaron tells a really funny story about how he got sent to the principal's office. I question if his consequences were a bit harsh, but his prank was really funny nonetheless. He also talks about the bond he has with his father figure, and the reason this movie is close to him is because it reminds him of this man whom he still speaks to. We talk about how much a parent should trust their child.And is Pete a drug king? Otherwise, how does he afford that monster RV? I make a confession to an old childhood friend whom I hope tunes into this episode. Aaron gets quizzed about the movie and he shares his three desert island movies. Please don't forget to leave a review and rate my show. Below you will find all the links to my social media pages. InstagramFacebookTwitterEmail: Author.andrewtoy@gmail.com

    Grow With The Bros
    Jumping In The Cold Water Ft. Jeremiah Boles Grow With The Bros #39

    Grow With The Bros

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 74:17


    Welcome Back To The Grow With The Bro's Podcast!  In this episode we have Jeremiah Boles, one of our ORIGINAL pilot locations before we were even a franchise. Jeremiah was our first test pilot location in Lynchburg Virginia and has since become a million dollar franchise, built an incredible team, took a 3 month road trip in a Brothers Gutters wrapped RV and is now opening his second franchise location in Virginia Beach, VA!  This podcast covers a variety of topics from learning how to have a winning mindset, defeating head trash, jumping into the cold water, building a team and becoming a business to be sought after!  This episode is a must watch for all business owners, aspiring business owners, franchises, and anyone aspiring to build amazing culture, an attractive business, and leadership.  Subscribe to our podcast, Leave us a 5-Star Review if you took something home from our podcast, and Grow With the Bro's Make sure to like and subscribe! Leave a comment if you took some value home from this video! 

    StressLess Camping podcast
    Hitching tips - safely hook and unhook your trailer

    StressLess Camping podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 44:36


    Travel trailer hitching tips. Be safe and secure and easily hitch and unhitch your travel trailer's weight distribution hitch with these helpful ideas. Do you really need a weight distribution hitch in the first place? We have the answers. Plus a new safety gadget we got that we really like.  Notes, comments, links and more can be found on our home on the web at StressLessCamping.com  The StressLess Camping RV podcast is a great resource for anyone wanting to make the most of the RV adventure and RV lifestyle.

    Global Investors: Foreign Investing In US Real Estate with Charles Carillo
    GI156: How to Scale Commercial Real Estate with Sam Wilson

    Global Investors: Foreign Investing In US Real Estate with Charles Carillo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 32:46


    Sam Wilson is an active investor in self-storage, parking, retail, multi-family apartments, RV parks and single-family homes and participated in over $30 million in acquisitions in 2021.   Learn More About Sam Here: Bricken Investment Group - https://brickeninvestmentgroup.com/   Connect with the Global Investors Show, Charles Carillo and Harborside Partners: ◾ Setup a FREE 15 Minute Strategy Call with Charles: http://ScheduleCharles.com ◾ FREE Passive Investing Guide: http://www.HSPguide.com ◾ Join Our Weekly Email Newsletter: http://www.HSPsignup.com ◾ Passively Invest in Real Estate: http://www.InvestHSP.com ◾ Global Investors Web Page: http://GlobalInvestorsPodcast.com/

    Life, Death and the Space Between
    My Son is My Spirit Guide with Terri-Ann Russell

    Life, Death and the Space Between

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 37:52


    My Son is My Spirit Guide with TERRI-ANN RUSSELL     “Just because you believe in a spirit or a soul existing outside of a physical body doesn't make the grief of that loss any easier.”  – Dr. Amy Robbins       Episode Summary:   Can a mother's love and connection to her son transcend his mortal death?    Today we talk with Terri-Ann Russell, a healer, channel, past life regressionist and a medium in magical Sedona Az, as one of a trio of amazing psychic healers known as the Sedona Soul Sisters.   She is married to her soulmate and is the mother of five. One, Anthony, now in spirit, is her main spirit guide. Anthony transitioned in July 2019 and quickly returned to support Terri-Ann in her own healing process of grief and loss. She tells her amazing story in her book, “From Death to Life”.   Listen in to hear how Terri reconnected with Anthony within hours of his passing, and how Terri helps people open to their own inner wisdom and heal child wounds from this life and past lives, using guidance from Anthony, and other multidimensional beings.     Topics We Discuss:   [2:29] Terri-Ann's loss and reconnection with her son, Anthony.   [7:35] The significance of age 27: 2+7=9, signifying the end or completion.   [9:27] How Anthony came to Terri-Ann within hours of his passing. She continues to work on and heal her profound mother's grief.   [12:39] Anthony's continued positive influence in Terri-Ann's life. Helping her fight dark thoughts. Levels of frequencies – deep grief to enlightenment.   [18:18] Dark entities. Energy vampires. Oh, my!   [23:55] Anthony guided Terry-Ann to sell everything, buy an RV, and take her family on the road -- and heal.   [27:20] Terri-Ann channeling mother Mary. Being guided via transmissions from Mary and Anthony to write her books.   [30:59] We are in a pivotal time, where spiritual energy is sparking, to help shift and heal humanity. Not something to be taken lightly.   [32:49] We are all Source. We are all the same. We are healing faster than ever.   [33:44] Amy's speed round questions: What is spirituality? What is something people don't know about you? What is one thing you're looking forward to right now? What's one thing you're deeply grateful for? What book in on your nightstand? What is your favorite spiritual or healing practice? What is the most spiritually transformative experience of your life?       FOLLOW TERRI-ANN RUSSELL:   Find out more about Terri-Ann's books on Amazon. Or check out her website. Or give her a call:  908-328-3085.       SUPPORT DR. AMY ROBBINS:   If you're enjoying the podcast and finding value in guest interviews, ghost stories, and the content I share, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patreon member for as little as $5 a month at Patreon.com/DrAmyRobbins   As a member you'll get more say in the content we cover and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes goodness!   Stay Connected with Dr. Amy Robbins:   Instagram YouTube Website Facebook  

    Cash Flow Connections - Real Estate Podcast
    E457 - Niche Opportunities to Keep an Eye On

    Cash Flow Connections - Real Estate Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 48:57


    As contrarian investors we always want to find unique opportunities that may be overlooked by the majority of less savvy investors.  For this reason, I'm excited to present three real estate niches that are not commonly discussed in the industry, but provide some incredible cash flow and appreciation potential. This IIREC 2022 episode features 3 all-star speakers….  Brian Spear is a Co-Founder of Sunrise Capital Investors which operates multiple mobile home park investment funds.  Drew Wahlgren, the VP of Investor Relations at MAG Capital Partners, which is a proficient industrial operator.  Sam Wilson, the Founder of Bricken Investment Group, an RV Park operator, with a ton of experience in the space.  These three experts reveal their favorite niche in today's climate, especially when uncertainty is at an all-time high.  In this episode, we discuss… Why Drew focuses mostly on the tenants when evaluating industrial real estate Brian's key drivers of demand for parking real estate How Brain has systematized the a powerful MHP deal flow process Sam's powerful explanation of why RV storage will prosper for the foreseeable future If you want to learn about some of the most exciting real estate niches in 2022 from leading experts in the industry, check out this informative episode! Take Control,Hunter Thompson Interested in investing in ATMs? Check out our webinar.   Please note that investing in private placement securities entails a high degree of risk, including illiquidity of the investment and loss of principal. Please refer to the subscription agreement for a discussion of risk factors. Tired of scrambling for capital?  Check out our new FREE webinar -  How to Ensure You Never Scramble for Capital Again (The 3 Capital-Raising Secrets). Click Here to register.   CFC Podcast Facebook Group  

    RV Podcast
    Episode 400 of the RV Podcast: Yellowstone closed, RV questions and more

    RV Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 36:14


    It's a milestone event for us this week as we release Episode 400 of the RV Podcast, sharing lots of RV news including Yellowstone closures, your RV Lifestyle questions, and much more.

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
    Boring is Beautiful - Why Industrial and Self-Storage Will Remain Strong For The Next 5+ years!

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 19:29


    Ep. 563 Why Industrial and Self-Storage Will Remain Strong For The Next 5+ years!Dan Kryzanowski is a serial revenue driver and active alternative asset investor. Prior to joining Rocket Dollar, Kryzanowski led new initiatives, partners, and teams across multiple startups and Fortune 50 companies, including General Electric and Merrill Lynch. He also serves as an advisor to entrepreneurs and executives across the FinTech worldand self-storage industry. In addition, Kryzanowski is a certified Project Management Professional, and a graduate of GE's exclusive Experienced Commercial Leadership Program. He also serves as the Corporate Board President of Hugh O'Brian Youth Texas Capital Area. Kryzanowski graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has an MBA from Thunderbird, graduating with distinction (top honors). He resides in Austin with his wife and son.   Stay tuned and listen to how Dan Kryzanowski shares his knowledge on Why Industrial and Self-Storage Will Remain Strong For The Next 5+ years!   [00:00 - 05:26] Sponsors Get 20% on Raise if You Use Your Retirement Dollars in My Next Deal using your retirement dollars in your next deal. This can help sponsors get about 10-20% of their raise. The solo 401k is a powerful tool for sponsors because it allows them to defer taxes and generate high yields. Sponsors should go talk to a lot of people before investing in a deal, as the market has changed and preferences have shifted. Investors still want some appreciation in their investments, even in an inflationary environment. Classing a class B can provide this   [05:26 - 10:54] Delaware Statutory Trusts Can Help You defer taxes The benefits of a Delaware statutory trust (DST), which is a type of trust that allows property owners to sell and take the appreciation without paying taxes on the gain. Many DSTs are portfolios that contain different properties, which can provide diversification and low-to-mid single-digit returns. As an LP, it's important to be aware of when a DST expires and to get moving on selling the property as soon as possible in order to avoid paying taxes.   [10:54 - 16:11] Storage Industry Continues to Grow The industrial fund closed on four properties in four Q last year, allowing the company to enter the California student housing market at a favorable cap rate Storage is now a natural extension of the housing experience, with demand for RV and boat storage increasing Specialized storage is becoming more popular, with high-end facilities catering to those with high incomes and multiple properties"   [16:12 - 19:34] Closing Segment   Reach out to DanSee links below  Final words Tweetable Quotes   "Once again, you on property, You own and operate today. So what's your options. You can keep on owning and operating or you can sell. Now, if you sell, you generally have two options.A of course you pay your taxes or you own and operate property. B pretty much the same. It's just a different property. Now in the middle. I like to say per se as well, I don't want to own an operate, but I want to maintain the tax benefits.  - Dan Kryzanowski  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Dan Kryzonowski on LinkedIn.   Connect with me:   Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Dan Kryzonowski: My suggestion I've seen this play out time and time again, is that in your communication to your investors, to your prospects, one sentence saying, did you know, you can use your retirement dollars in my next deal? That alone from my experience sponsors tend to get about 10 to 20% of their raise.   [00:00:17] Dan Kryzonowski: Whether it's through an STI rate with the legacy custodian or solo 401k. And of course that ties to rocket dollar very powerful, especially as more folks are moving self-employed for better or worse. The solo 401k is pretty exciting   [00:00:29]   [00:00:40] Sam Wilson: Dan Kryzanowski is a capital raiser equity owner and LP investor generating double digit yields and lower taxes, but via commercial real estate, he's currently bullish on Texas commercial real estate, industrial self storage, and 10 31 and Delaware statutory trust.   [00:00:56] Sam Wilson: Dan, you're a wicked smart dude. I'm lucky to have you on the show. Thanks for coming on.   [00:01:00] Dan Kryzonowski: Sam. It's great to be here. And if the calendar's right, I think I was originally a number 44. So thank you for bringing me back. And I think today may actually be my 44th birthday. So, Hey, how about that? Hopefully there's something.   [00:01:11] Dan Kryzonowski: Well, look   [00:01:11] Sam Wilson: at that number 44 on your 44th birthday. That's right. Yeah. You came on the show January 12th, 2021. So it's been, yeah, that was 500 and something episodes ago. Tell me, what's happened here in the last, almost year now.   [00:01:27] Dan Kryzonowski: Yeah. I think high-level, and I was at a CEO conference here in Austin and one of the gentlemen on stage so that, Hey, in 2021, people were buying and in 2022 people are shopping and this extends everything from going to the supermarket cause inflation to I think our world.   [00:01:44] Dan Kryzonowski: And I think it's, in some ways it's a great thing. In some ways it's a challenge. So for fellow sponsors and hybrids on this call, realize. You're not the only game in town and somebody, if they are interested, your buddy that you worked with for 20 years at corporate, he or she is now listening to multiple podcasts, going to a few shows, talking to multiple sponsors, doing the diligence.   [00:02:03] Dan Kryzonowski: So just throwing a deal out there and thinking, ah, if you build it, they will come. Not as much. So, I always think it's what education, what can you play into, are you, have you listened to your audience? Your investors in the past, year and a half. And then what are you bringing them down to fulfill their needs?   [00:02:18] Dan Kryzonowski: So I feel this in all walks of life, but especially here in our real estate of passive investing world,   [00:02:24] Sam Wilson: man, I'd say it's absolutely true. The number. I feel like the investor conversation has changed. For me, I don't know, I probably have 15 investor calls. And it's changing, the preferences are changing.   [00:02:36] Sam Wilson: You're right. I'm hearing that more and more. It's like, oh, Hey, I've talked to X, Y, Z. You're like, they're shopping, I'll hear, eight to 10, we're talking to eight to 10 sponsors figuring out what's out there as well. They should, as limited partner, I encourage that. Go talk to a whole bunch of people.   [00:02:47] Sam Wilson: You may find you hate what I do. And I don't want you in my deals. If you hate what I do, you may find that I have bringing something unique to the table that you really find valuable. So I want you to, I want this to be a win-win, but they are shocked. And the other thing I think I've seen here recently, maybe you can attest to this is people are shying away from the appreciation play and really hunting for just cashflow go in.   [00:03:08] Sam Wilson: And I hear that across the board. Have you seen that?   [00:03:10] Dan Kryzonowski: I have, and we in that spirit at the, we recognize that, especially with inflation, creeping up, A lot of folks said, Hey boy, I'd love to get, I love to know I'm going to get a win for a year and then let's see where the world plays out.   [00:03:23] Dan Kryzonowski: So, typically a development multi-family is three to five, three to seven years through this feedback we have DV said, Hey, how about we chop it up to a stage one and stage two. And as a thank you to our current investors, we paid upwards up to 20% on money for up to a year on the stage. The, once again, listening to your investors, this is what was valued.   [00:03:43] Dan Kryzonowski: Now that said that we feel a lot of them are going to roll the principal and interest into the second stage. But I giving folks, Hey guys, you want to hop off the train or you want to wait a year and come on the train. I think investors prefer the sort of optionality. And once again, if you have the scale and you do your diligence to legal, et cetera, it's something you can provide your initial.   [00:04:01] Sam Wilson: Now stage one versus stage two, or are you talking about on a development deal where there may be no potential cashflow early?   [00:04:10] Dan Kryzonowski: Yeah. So think of generically called stage one, the land, almost a land loan per se age, two's going to be your typical development. And this can be your, development multi-family or maybe it's lots.   [00:04:21] Dan Kryzonowski: And you're say you're putting the pipes underground and the people come and purchase a lot. Both of these we've seen pretty attractive at least here in time.   [00:04:29] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. That's really intriguing. Yeah, you're absolutely right. I think that's something that providing that options, providing those options for your investors.   [00:04:36] Sam Wilson: And we've seen that also just in class shares. That's become a big thing is to class a class B do you want to clip the coupon? Do you want to clip the coupon with upside, but take a smaller clip? What's that look like? Tell me, what are you guys investing in right now in BV cap?   [00:04:51] Sam Wilson: And then maybe if you can give me a, some color to that as to what you guys are doing to protect against inflation, but also just protecting us market risk.   [00:04:59] Dan Kryzonowski: Yeah. So one thing, kind of in the spirit of our parents stock bond portfolio, we at BV feel. There's still a similar want and need that folks want some appreciation.   [00:05:11] Dan Kryzonowski: And that at times folks want a portion of their portfolio. That's a little more predictable. So, for example, and frankly, we haven't even market this. We have a triple net industrial portfolio that pays a monthly distribution. I like to say it's wonderfully boring. Cause guess what? You write a check.   [00:05:26] Dan Kryzonowski: And every month the check comes in the mail and it's a great way to also mutually know. Right. To the point that we have up to, close more than a half dozen investment advisors have actually trusts us with their client money. If you've ever been through that route, it's a hell of a lot of due diligence and everything else, just even have that conversation.   [00:05:43] Dan Kryzonowski: So that was a pretty good proof point. Yeah. Separately. We've had some stuff with sizzle on the multifamily side that we feel is going to be a good historically has been a 20 plus IRR, whether it's in student housing, Of course housing. And what I think is unique is I call it the mid point between doing a 10 31 and just painful taxes today.   [00:06:03] Dan Kryzonowski: There's many folks. In all stages of life, that own a few properties, whether it's inherited, they've had it forever and they want to probably get rid of some of that. Why as well, they want to cash in, or they're just like, Hey, this is a 1940s build. It's just tired of operating it. There's turnover. Or my time tenant is moving out.   [00:06:23] Dan Kryzonowski: Now's a good time to break Frank's. I don't want to pay high taxes in a place like Texas. So, one thing I think that's unique that we're looking into is. DST. So a Delaware statutory trust and lay person's terms is think if you have a property called property a is probably at a gain, you can sell, take the appreciation, move it to property B.   [00:06:42] Dan Kryzonowski: Okay. It's kind of the same logic that you're owning enough. Or you can pay the taxes, pay a pretty heavy tax. Now in the middle, if your goal is to defer, you can do that. So there's a saying called swap tea drops. Some people they say, ah, they never going to pay and I'm going to take it to the grave.   [00:06:57] Dan Kryzonowski: And part of my legacy, part of my planning for the next generation, that's what a DST can provide. Now that said. What rubs me a little bit wrong as an LP is a lot of these DSTs are only four or 5%. This is all in, not just a prep and I'm like, something just doesn't smell, right. It seems like pretty high in fees and everything else.   [00:07:14] Dan Kryzonowski: Not saying this isn't good product. But , in good faith, I think an operator could pay double digit returns on a DST and still have a healthy return for them for the time and effort to go into it. So, summing up on that, and this is all feedback from our investor base is folks ahead, I'm selling something.   [00:07:30] Dan Kryzonowski: I don't still want to own it. I might take out a little, a few hundred thousand for myself, but the rest I want to defer, let me think about a bit more three to five years. I think at DST particularly a property with double digit returns is going to be a pretty solid niche for the second half of this year.   [00:07:44] Dan Kryzonowski: In the next few years.   [00:07:45] Sam Wilson: How does a DST differ from a 10 31?   [00:07:50] Dan Kryzonowski: And I'm not the all I'm at, I'm not the CPA, the lawyer expert, but the as explained to me is that once again, you on property, You own and operate today. So what's your options. You can keep on owning and operating or you can sell. Now, if you sell, you generally have two options.   [00:08:07] Dan Kryzonowski: One of course you pay your taxes or you own an operate property. B pretty much the same. It's just a different property. Now in the middle. I like to say per se as well, I don't want to own an operate, but I want to maintain the tax benefits. Right? You could go into a DST, many DSTs are a. Usually a portfolio and there's different reasons behind that that generally pay low single digits or mid single digits overall.   [00:08:35] Dan Kryzonowski: But once again, what they are selling is, Hey, here's a diversified portfolio and you're not paying taxes. So, folks that main goal is I want to defer taxes. That's the attraction of the DST now also. What I think is cool historic. They said it's been a portfolio. There's a lot of fees baked into it.   [00:08:51] Dan Kryzonowski: Like anything, the curtains getting pulled off the wizard of Oz per se. And I think it's becoming time like, Hey, here's a pretty slick property that frankly, if I just had cash on the side, I may even consider, it might be a mid-teens IRR for example. So anyways just cool little niches, I think are out there for as, going full circle as folks continue to shop per se.   [00:09:09] Dan Kryzonowski: This is something I think too, not just us, but you know, investment advisors folks that play that role for their families should become a little more aware of   [00:09:17] Sam Wilson: is the DST set up by your firm and then multiple people can in pin roll their properties into the single DST, or is it a DST, each individual sets up and they then roll into your   [00:09:32] Dan Kryzonowski: there's some paperwork and there's folks that are.   [00:09:34] Dan Kryzonowski: Experts that have been around the block a few times , for example, if we at BB go down this route, we're going to partner with there is some paperwork, probably for a different discussion of, for today's call. It has to be completed. But one thing I would be aware of there is a timeline, there is kind of these windows.   [00:09:49] Dan Kryzonowski: That it's much like a 10 31 where it can't be, Hey, we sold the property and X days ago, and there's three days to go before I have to pay taxes. You have to get moving a little bit sooner. So, as I just spitball this in conversation, folks are saying, well, yeah, I'd like to sell maybe may, maybe June.   [00:10:05] Dan Kryzonowski: These are conversations I had back in April and March, even. So people are, I think they're aware at least that if they want to defer taxes, you really have to start thinking a good few months ahead. So I compliment, you and our community for sharing this on the podcast. So this is now kind of something that people do in their mental checklist as they look at their.   [00:10:25] Sam Wilson: Right. No, I think that's great. That's absolutely great. Tell me, what are you guys? What are you guys investing in? I know you, you do industrial multifamily and you even mentioned student housing. What are you guys doing right now to find opportunity at BV?   [00:10:38] Dan Kryzonowski: Yeah. So, the benefit being boots on the ground in Texas for many years, particularly in the two largest cities Dallas, Houston is we tend to find some pretty good off market opportunities and I get it, it's a buy high, sell higher, but I think it would be shown over the decades is certainty of execution.   [00:10:54] Dan Kryzonowski: For example, our industrial fund we closed on four properties in four Q last year. So we also have that ability. Something a little unique I think we can all pick on our California friends here. They weren't as versed in student housing. Let's just say occupancy was comically low.   [00:11:10] Dan Kryzonowski: We have the ability to come in at a great, very favorable cap rate. Which in turn we share those benefits. So those are a few things, sorry. That was my I, they call it my birthday buzzer that went off, sorry to scare you there on the backend. Otherwise it's something you didn't mention, but you know, folks that know me I'm still extremely bullish on self storage and why is that?   [00:11:29] Dan Kryzonowski: I feel storage is now it's a natural extension of the housing experience. So when I say housing, living, living in the 21st century, a few things on that. So, historically we can joke storage was for stuff that we really didn't need or, kind of the crap as they would say, what it's changed into.   [00:11:49] Dan Kryzonowski: I think in COVID show this as folks know, like, Hey, if I can even find an extra bedroom, I'm paying at least a grand in rent or sitting in Austin, it could be in the hundreds of thousands of a house. So with that in case I don't want to feel like a truly hoarding, I want to use storage. And it's not just for the Christmas tree it's it could be for your kids.   [00:12:07] Dan Kryzonowski: Winter clothes can be for your tax documents, some pretty important stuff here. That's becoming whether it's literally at a storage facility or onsite, say I have an apartment complex or something that you consciously build that. In your garage, but most people aren't going to go through that effort.   [00:12:19] Dan Kryzonowski: They're going to defer cause it's still a pretty favorable cost. So with that, I still think there's a very healthy appetite for storage. There's also specialized storage for folks of higher income. Think of the Tesla crowd pick your zip code. With six figure income plus there's many of these.   [00:12:33] Dan Kryzonowski: So they call it a very exclusive man-cave. One of my buddies said he couldn't say that his lawyer said he couldn't say that, but, frankly, there's some of that out there. So there's a whole bunch of types of storage that go into it. And, I think it really comes down to, is folks want to declutter even today, some folks might say shit, I can't have.   [00:12:49] Dan Kryzonowski: A crib in the background. Cause my, my newborns and I was six years old, things like that. So it leads into storage. So I think it's kind of a natural extension of especially as cultures are emerging too, folks want to do this. Not just even climate controls, you're talking for boat are B, we talked about the Tesla, the fun storage, a lot of folks are refurbing.   [00:13:08] Dan Kryzonowski: Think of the Kmarts, the Woolworths of the world. They're being referred to the storage project being in the middle of the country. So, yeah, a lot of folks it's becoming a natural, I think, way of life in the 21st century. And I don't think people are already crazy stuff that some of the stories, as I said, it's just folks get used to it.   [00:13:23] Dan Kryzonowski: They get used to it at a price point. You check in every three to six months to move some inventory for your personal and you go from there.   [00:13:31] Sam Wilson: Yeah. And I think you bring up some really interesting nuances. I think the storage space that most people aren't considering, and you call it specialized storage.   [00:13:40] Sam Wilson: And certainly we're seeing that demand on the RV and boat storage side of things. It's. It's insane. Just from the delivery side alone, they had no place to put them, but I also think it's interesting how you clearly said look the days of just storing piles of useless clothes in general.   [00:13:57] Sam Wilson: I think those are not behind us. Cause everybody there's still going to be days of piles of useless junk, but it's also it's changing. It is becoming smaller homes. People move into the tight, tighter spaces. And like you said, if it's a few hundred grand for an extra bedroom that you're not going to use, why not just get a rough storage unit for a hundred bucks a month?   [00:14:15] Sam Wilson: Okay. We can put all our tax documents and our Christmas trees and all our other random stuff in there. One of the, one of the storage, specialized storage things that I've looked at and obviously not invested in, but I think it's really interesting. Have you seen those like high class, like you call a man-cave, but they also make them, they make them for boat and RV storage where they're actually selling the.   [00:14:35] Sam Wilson: So they, they build this super swanky facility, with wash bays and clean out this and detailed crews and everything else. And they sell you your man-cave. So they'll maybe build 200 units and sell them each off their, the parcel amount and make actually sell them by the unit, create an HOA, basically for the storage facility.   [00:14:51] Sam Wilson: That's specialized storage   [00:14:53] Dan Kryzonowski: is definitely specialized storage. Yeah. I know it's out there and it'll continue to be in, certain zip codes for sure. Yeah, for   [00:14:59] Sam Wilson: sure. And I think that's a really, just a a neat way to look at that know there's lots of runway there for a variety of reasons.   [00:15:06] Sam Wilson: I think that's the other thing that people have said in the storage market all along is that no matter what the economy, there's reasons that people want stories. So it's either up-sizing downsizing, changing life, changing careers, moving it's always in fashion. What are you guys doing right now to take advantage of the the kind of the market dynamics that surrounds.   [00:15:27] Sam Wilson: Yeah.   [00:15:27] Dan Kryzonowski: For me, like a lot of us on the call, I'm a hybrid. I have a, fortunately I've built up a pretty sizeable retirement accounts, self-directed accounts, solo, 401k, food storage. We've had some myself as an LPN investor and those that I've introduced over the years. So I've had some, I'd say pretty sizable and attractive exits and like anything, every few years I call it the next generation of storage, whether somebody is up and coming or they're coming from some recent exits in multi-family.   [00:15:53] Dan Kryzonowski: Folks that are long, maybe, call it two to six facilities, but their goal is to get to 20. So, so far, so good. I've probably invested with four, I'd say newer folks to the semen storage and whether it's development, we're on track for development, or if it's a value add, it's pane out as it's supposed to be at the moment.   [00:16:11] Dan Kryzonowski: So, I'm excited and it varies, some folks are doing strictly. Everything's automated from when you book there's no humans in any way, shape or form. Are there folks are a little more old school. And then as we talked about kind of the luxury storage, that's just kind of a really unique fund model that I still think has tremendous upside.   [00:16:29] Dan Kryzonowski: Yeah,   [00:16:30] Sam Wilson: absolutely. Now BB capital also invest in multifamily is that. Yeah. The backbone   [00:16:35] Dan Kryzonowski: of BV historically isn't multifamily is a bit more DFW total exits of over 250 million to date. So, and it's been a good mix of, as I alluded to before our student housing, workforce housing, some development, some value add I think the new thing once again, just Texas is still real boots on the ground state.   [00:16:54] Dan Kryzonowski: We do have a lot of folks with the BD logo. So we found. Even in this market, the needle in the haystack of a piece of land that's, I don't want to say pennies on the dollar, but less than a dollar, which is a minor miracle these days. Right. We can do stuff with it. We found a track over a hundred acres in Galveston there.   [00:17:11] Dan Kryzonowski: I think the only one out there, a lot of folks want a second house. I want a beach. So it's a little things like, Hey, as an investor, in addition to getting double digit returns, how about you on first look at buying one of these plots. That's very important to some folks. So, we've done some really strong surveys.   [00:17:25] Dan Kryzonowski: Obviously a lot of one-on-one some more exclusive events with 20 or so folks and. We're going to hop across the states of the large cities for that to really get feedback. And that's what we'll, that's, what's kind of led outside of the fund to our our single asset offerings over the past year.   [00:17:42] Sam Wilson: Got it, man. That's fantastic. Dan, we're almost out of time here, but I've got one last question for you for people that know you well, they know that you've got extensive background in the self-directed IRA space. What do you see as the number one opportunity for capital raisers in the self directed IRA?   [00:17:59] Dan Kryzonowski: My suggestion I've seen this play out time and time again, is that in your communication to your investors, to your prospects, one sentence saying, did you know, you can use your retirement dollars in my next deal? That alone from my experience sponsors tend to get about 10 to 20% of their raise.   [00:18:16] Dan Kryzonowski: Whether it's through an STI rate with the legacy custodian or solo 401k. And of course that ties to rocket dollar very powerful, especially as more folks are moving self-employed for better or worse. The solo 401k is pretty exciting. So yeah, I just think that, and also for folks that are thinking of JV and Koji pain with.   [00:18:34] Dan Kryzonowski: Your old corporate money. This is a great pocket of money that frankly you can't touch anyways without paying taxes for a while. So take advantage of it now. Anybody with any questions just ping me on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is great. Say you heard it here and we'll have a chat.   [00:18:50] Sam Wilson: Awesome, Dan, and that's my last question here for the show is if we do want to get in touch with you, what's the best way to do.   [00:18:55] Dan Kryzonowski: Yeah, LinkedIn is great. And then I joke, if you can spell it, you can get it. And we'll get you a few pennies off of your rocket dollar. And for fellow sponsors out there I'm happy to share my VIP code, so, please reach out one alone.   [00:19:06] Sam Wilson: Awesome, Dan, thanks again for your time today. It was great to have you back on the show.   [00:19:09] Dan Kryzonowski: great seeing you brother.   

    Finding Fertile Ground Podcast: Stories of Grit, Resilience, and Connection
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    Finding Fertile Ground Podcast: Stories of Grit, Resilience, and Connection

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 52:07


    Happy Pride! What better month to launch this fun episode and celebrate a wonderful queer story.Growing up in Germany, when Nicole moved to the U.S. as a teen she never felt like she fit in. Then she joined the military during Desert Storm, and she ended up playing Taps for 600 funerals of her colleagues. That nearly broke her. She married a man before coming out as gay, and her dad and sisters rejected her.Around the same time of that rejection, her beloved mom—the only family member who truly embraced Nicole for who she was--suddenly died at the age of 51. When COVID hit, Nicole and her wife took a wild cross-country trip in an RV. They experienced discrimination and many, many vehicle troubles. (Who knew buying a brand-new RV would turn out to be such a headache?!?) Then when they returned to Southern California, she landed a job reporting to a toxic boss who had a history of discriminating against queer people. She's now in a much happier place, working at Toast, where she feels completely affirmed and embraced.Nicole more grit and resilience than I even expected before I interviewed her! I loved listening to her colorful, varied stories of her life so far. If you want ideas on where to travel in the U.S., I highly recommend Nicole's Instagram page, @chocoandchaitourtheus.Please drop me a line at marie@fertilegroundcommunications.com or on social media to let us know what you thought about this episode.I help professional services firms avoid BORING and boost employee engagement, productivity, and readership. I translate technical, complex, and lackluster language into accessible, dynamic, story-driven text. Get known in your industry through outstanding thought leadership content. Walk your talk through outstanding, effective communications with your employees and clients.As a podcaster for justice, I stand with my sisters from the Women of Color Podcasters Community. We are podcasters united to condemn the tragic murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and many others at the hands of police. Fertile Ground Communications LLC is a certified women-owned business enterprise, disadvantaged business enterprise, and emerging small business.

    Dear Jessamyn
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    Dear Jessamyn

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 62:28


    Have you ever dated someone with an STD? Is it selfish to pursue a relationship with a married person? This week's Deary is an Aquarius with some impactful queries. Episode mentions: Words of Wisdom by Ram Dass, Dharmacosm,  Ekhart Tolle's Power of Now audiobook, Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke and DSM5's definition of Narcissistic Personality DisorderThis episode was recorded on stolen Ohlone land.Dear Jessamyn is produced by Tenderfire MediaYour hosts are ashe danger phoenix and Jessamyn Stanley. Our Editor/Producer is Kylee C. RobertsAngell Foster and Nya Williams do our social mediaJanie Leopard does our episode art Anna Rooney is Jessamyn's Chief of StaffAmber Richardson is Ashe's Chief of Staffhttps://fruitsnack.bandcamp.com/ does our theme music. Follow us on Instagram @DearJessamyn and find and follow the show on Spotify. There's a bunch more info on the episode like behind the scenes content, transcriptions, how to find us and our team and more. It's all at dearjessamyn.comYou can leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Reviews help a lot. Please, if you've enjoyed this episode, even for like half a beat, please go leave us a review. No one should be in jail for weed. Tags: love, relationships, trivia, Harriet the Spy, Michelle Trachtenberg,astrology,jessamyn stanley,RV,camper,traveling,ULTA,skincare,skin,eczema, Nickelodeon, astrology,Roe v Wade, supreme court, abortion

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