Podcasts about Smaller

  • 2,872PODCASTS
  • 3,603EPISODES
  • 33mAVG DURATION
  • 2DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • Sep 21, 2022LATEST

POPULARITY

20152016201720182019202020212022

Categories



Best podcasts about Smaller

Show all podcasts related to smaller

Latest podcast episodes about Smaller

The Healing Elixir
It's Smaller Than You Think

The Healing Elixir

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 7:40


Let's have a one on one. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Street Smart Success
216: Smaller Senior Living Homes Provide Better Resident Care And Generate Huge Cash Flow

Street Smart Success

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 53:47


Sometimes great entrepreneurship is just applying common sense and having your eyes open to great opportunities. Brandon Schwab, Founder and CEO of Shepherd Premier Senior Living, owned 23 single family rental houses that were making $200-$300 per month per house when he stumbled upon the idea of lucrative Senior Living Facilities. Instead of making $200-$300 per home in monthly profit, he realized he could make over $10,000 per month with one single Senior Living facility. At the same time, he knew the level of care was way better in smaller facilities after he saw the horrendous experience his grandfather endured as a resident at a large, corporate senior living facility. After opening and operating his first successful Assisted Living home, Brandon acquired four more homes and is now raising a $50,000,000 fund to acquire 10-20 bed facilities all over the Midwest.

Brandon Boxer
America's Wallets - Getting Bigger or Smaller?

Brandon Boxer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 7:55


Interest rates are about to hike yet again. President Jenny Saunders, FC Bank in Worthington, joins the show to discuss how an interest rate hike can affect so much more than the housing market.

THE INTENTIONAL EDIT PODCAST - Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!
Episode 86 - Tip Tuesday - How to Get Rid of the Excess and Clutter in Preparation for a Move to a Smaller Home

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

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 18:08


There are a lot of stressful elements to successfully execute a move from one home to the next.  Eliminating the excess and decluttering before you move makes it easier and less expensive.  It's time to purge and let this move inspire you to declutter before the moving truck is loaded.     Simplified Home Masterclass – https://www.intentionaledit.com/simplified-home-masterclass/ Work with Lauren - https://www.intentionaledit.com/coaching/   Make sure you subscribe so that you never miss an episode of The Intentional Edit Podcast.  If you are struggling with daily tasks, clutter, organization, and finding any sort of work/life balance, The Intentional Edit Podcast is for you.  It's time to stop the chaos and create a life you love by implementing systems that put an end to the overwhelming, unorganized parts of life and finally, bring simplicity to your life and home. Now is the time to say goodbye to overwhelm, get organized and create systems so that you can live your best life at home and beyond.  Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!   Ask Your Question for a Future Tip Tuesday Episode – www.intentionaledit.com & Click the RECORD NOW Button! 1:1 coaching with Lauren – A custom plan just for you!  Topics include decluttering, organizing, time management, home routines & systems, daily/weekly schedules and more. https://www.intentionaledit.com/coaching/ Connect with Lauren @intentionaledit on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and TikTok Everything is here – www.intentionaledit.com Join the NEW Facebook group for The Intentional Edit Podcast Listeners – Declutter, Organize & Create Systems to Simplify Your Home & Life  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1812445665608486

Morning Kids
September 20, 2022: We're talking about kombucha and why the ACT is about to get a bit bigger – and NSW will get a bit smaller!

Morning Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 8:33


Happy Tuesday! It's September 20, 2022 and today, we're talking about kombucha and why the ACT is about to get a bit bigger – and NSW will get a bit smaller! Come join us.  ** You can also send us a message to the Morning Kids AU Instagram account, or to MorningKids@sca.com.au.   How to say “hello” in AusLan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CK8jjZUJVXc&ab_channel=TeachStarterSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aberdeen First Assembly
2022-09-18 Think Smaller: Closed Doors

Aberdeen First Assembly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 43:15


In John 6 the disciples are faced with the impossible...feed thousands of people with only a sack lunch. It seemed like a closed door, but when Jesus is in the room there is no door he can't open. What closed door are you facing today?

We In Miami Podcast
Does size matter? Girls prefer smaller! Smashin King Von & French Montana w Diamond The Body and MadGalKris

We In Miami Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 106:21


Diamond the Body, Kris Summers & 7 Ladies join the We In Miami Podcast and weigh in on preferring "smaller packages", hooking up with King Von, French Montana & more! Toxic Table Talk After Hours

TECHnically Speaking
USITT22 Series with Michael Hooker

TECHnically Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 14:11


This podcast was recorded on the show floor of USITT22 at Studio USITT in partnership with AKG by Harman.On this week's episode we sat down with sound designer and 2022 Distinguished Achievement Award for Sound winner, Michael Hooker. We chatted with Michael about his long legacy and involvement with USITT, themed entertainment work, his experience as an educator, and much more.Michael K. Hooker has proudly been involved with USITT since attending his first conference in 1995. He has served as Sound Commissioner, chaired dozens of sessions and helped program the sound sessions for five Conferences. He was also part of the development and steering committee for the inaugural 2012 USITT Sound Lab along with the subsequent 2014, 2016 and 2018 Sound Labs.Michael's educational service spans 30 years. He is currently Professor of Sound Design and Composition for Theatre at the University of California, Irvine where he heads their sound design MFA program. Prior to UCI, he was Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) where he created their MFA and BFA programs in sound design. Prior to CCM he developed and headed the sound design program at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). He also served as faculty at the University of Arizona, School of Theatre.Michael has designed sound and/or composed music for more than 125 productions. He designed Looped for its Broadway run and subsequent national tour. His regional theatrical designs have been heard at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Kirk Douglas Theatre, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, South Coast Repertory, Arena Stage, Pasadena Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and Opera Theatre of St. Louis. In Los Angeles, he has designed at the Echo Theatre, Mainstreet Theatre, Colony Theatre, Strasberg/Marilyn Monroe Theatre, Mark Taper Forum New Works Festival/Taper, Too, and the Hayworth. Internationally, he has designed at the Gdansk Shakespeare Festival (Poland), Sibiu International Theatre Festival and National Theatre Festival in Bucharest (Romania), Amsterdam Fringe Festival, the Divadlo DISK Theatre (Prague), Accademia Dell'Arte (Italy), and the Hanmadang Theatre Festival (Seoul).As a commercial sound designer and composer, Michael has designed sound and/or produced music for themed entertainment productions all over the world. He recently composed music for the Quest theme park in Doha, Qatar. He designed Tarzan, Call of the Jungle at Shanghai Disneyland and music for the Enchanted Art attractions aboard the Disney Dream cruise ship. He composed the score for the Griffith Park Observatory planetarium show First Light and he has worked as sound editor for Buena Vista Interactive, Way Forward Technologies, and Sonic Desktop Software.Michael spent six years as Senior Media Designer for Walt Disney Imagineering (WDI) where he produced sound and music for Disney theme parks worldwide - including Hong Kong Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea and Walt Disney Studios - Paris. Some of his major attractions designed while at WDI are Aladdin's Magic Lamp Theatre at Tokyo DisneySea and Cinemagique at Walt Disney Studios. He was area lead media designer for Adventureland at Hong Kong Disneyland and Mermaid Lagoon at Tokyo DisneySea. Smaller attractions include two popular holiday overlay shows: it's a small world very merry holiday and Haunted Mansion Holiday both at Tokyo Disneyland.Michael received a BFA from the University of Arizona and an MFA from the CalArts School of Theatre. He is also a member of United Scenic Artists/IATSE local 829.TECHnically Speaking is a public service of USITT, which seeks to have a broad conversation on topics of interest to its members, but it is neither a legal interpretation nor a statement of Institute policy. The views expressed on this podcast by guests are their own and their appearance herein does not imply an endorsement of them or of any entity they may represent. Reference to any specific product or idea does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. Views, opinions, recommendations or use cases expressed on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of USITT, its Board members or employees.

Mason Vera Paine
Music From Around The World: Episode 65

Mason Vera Paine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 27:23


Music Around The World is a music segment featuring various artist and music. Some of these artists are from the United States, while others are from other countries across the globe. In this episode we will be featuring:  David Moleon, Poolside , Nicky Romero and W&W, Axel Karakasis, and Music News. https://masonverapaine.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/MFAW65.mp3 Music From Around The World Episode 65: Translation Intro: 0:00 to 0:14Mason Paine here and this is episode 65 of Music From Around The World. In this episode I will be featuring music from: David Moleon, Poolside , Nicky Romero and W&W, Axel Karakasis, and Music News. David Moleon: Start – 0:15   and    End – 8:28David Moleon is a DJ and producer from Granada, Spain. He has been making music for over 24 years.  David has produced many popular songs. In March 2014, he released his hit song "San Salvador" which quickly went viral with over 6 million views. He has become one of the most successful techno producers in Spain and is known as "La Joya Española" The Spanish Jewel throughout Europe. Here is a listen to his latest track: “Refresh Me” Refresh me is out now on Moopup Records and its available on all streaming platforms. David's live performances are always a standout. His use of three turntables and his impressive technical abilities make him a well-rounded DJ and one of the best artists from Spain. For the latest on David and his latest projects visit: Dmoleon.com; that's D-M-O-L-E-O-N DOT COM Poolside: Start – 8:30   and   End -13:57Jeffrey Paradise and Filip Nikolic started Poolside in 2011 as a way to merge their love of disco and chill wave music. The pair met in Los Angeles and quickly found common ground in their musical tastes. Nikolic left the band in 2017 and the current iteration of the band consist of Vito Roccoforte, Mattie Safer, Brijean Murphy and Casey Butler. Here is a listen to their latest track: “Harvest Moon (Vandelux Remix)” Harvest Moon “(Vandelux Remix)” is out now via Pacific Standard Records and its available on all streaming platforms. After a four-year break from touring, Poolside returned in 2018 with its current lineup. The band's comeback was followed soon after by the release of its album High Season on May 28, 2021. For the latest on the bands projects and upcoming tour dates visit: Poolsidemusic.com; that's P-O-O-L-S-I-D-E-M-U-S-I-C DOT COM News Break 1: 13:59 to 14:57Lets take a brief break for some music news. A recent court ruling has resulted in R Kelly losing a significant amount of money from his commissary account. The court ruled that $27,828 be seized from the account and placed into a new interest-bearing account. This money will cover a $900 court fine and will also be applied towards victim restitution, once the amount owed is determined. Although R Kelly is not broke as a result of this ruling, he only has $500 remaining in his commissary account. In other news The music festival scene has become oversaturated in recent years. Smaller festivals have struggled to keep up with the bigger, well-known events. This was evident when Travis Scott's performance at Day N Vegas was cancelled due to low ticket sales. The event was moved to a less desirable weekend because of competition from other venues, which likely contributed to the poor sales. That's all the news for this break; let's get back to the music. Nicky Romero & W&W: Start – 14:57   and   End – 19:24Nicky Romero teams up with Willem Van Hanegem & Ward van der Harst, better known as W&W, for a new collaboration. Take a listen to their latest track: “Hot Summer Nights”. “Hot Summer Nights” is out now via Protocol Recordings and it's available on all streaming platforms. Nicky is a DJ who is in high demand due to his multifaceted style. W&W are known for their big room sound, which makes them a unique combination. For the latest from Nicky Romero and his projects visit: Nickyromero.

Everything Coworking
270. 5 Truths About the Size of your Coworking Space

Everything Coworking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 34:05


Follow Us on YouTube Everything Coworking Featured Resources:   The SEO Action Guide Masterclass: 3 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets to Opening a Coworking Space The Everything Coworking Academy Community Manager University Creative Coworking Partnerships: How to negotiate and structure management agreements from the landlord and operator perspective   Resources Mentioned in this Podcast: To be featured in the Noumena community and give your members access to a whole library of entrepreneurial resources and financial education programming, all at no cost to you by the way, visit noumena.pro/coworking to fill out an interest form   Learn more about SUCCESS Space, a coworking franchise model with three revenue streams; recurring and on-demand revenue from coworking memberships, a full-service cafe, and Success Certified business coaching. The profits from your coworking space are usually highly correlated to the size of your coworking space…until your supply is too large for your market demand. Smaller spaces can be more profitable with diversified revenue streams such as business identity packages, events, f&B offerings (uber eats originator)  and specialized/niche memberships Smaller spaces don't work for management agreements. If the LL is trying to beat market rent, but has to pay out a management fee in addition to paying the opex….the premium to market rent is not usually high enough to make it work. If you are running a small space and you are getting to your take-home pay goal by being the community manager, make sure that it makes sense for you to be doing that job. 1) I hope you love it if you're doing it. 2)  The community Manager role is generally a $20-$27/hour job. If you can make more per hour, you should consider doing something else. Example - all of the space owners that run other businesses. It's hard to create the diversity of workspaces that people want in a small space. The intentional design will matter a lot.

Engadget Morning Edition
Sonos' $429 Sub Mini is a smaller and cheaper way to add bass

Engadget Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 3:54


Twitter shareholders vote to approve Elon Musk's $44 billion acquisition, but it all depends on a trial, Nintendo's ' Zelda: Breath of the Wild'' sequel has a release date (and a name), Sonos' $429 Sub Mini is a smaller and cheaper way to add bass to your soundbar.

Engadget
Sonos' $429 Sub Mini is a smaller and cheaper way to add bass

Engadget

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 3:54


Twitter shareholders vote to approve Elon Musk's $44 billion acquisition, but it all depends on a trial, Nintendo's ' Zelda: Breath of the Wild'' sequel has a release date (and a name), Sonos' $429 Sub Mini is a smaller and cheaper way to add bass to your soundbar.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Nigel Bowen: Timaru Mayor says there are concerns about effects on local economy from Three Waters reform

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:54


Smaller councils are fearing the loss of big employers under the Three Waters reform. Longstanding discount deals to allow big industries to discharge into council wastewater networks will be ended by the Government's reform programme. About 50 percent of Timaru's water use is commercial. Mayor Nigel Bowen told Mike Hosking there are concerns about the harm the local economy will face if it loses the advantage of discounted trade waste. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Father Joe Podcast
The Incredible Shrinking Funeral

The Father Joe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 16:46


COVID has changed our lives forever. Pardon the metaphor, but it's like we've spent over two years in a storm shelter. We're free to move about once again; however, the landscaped has changed. A Funeral became a Major challenge. Maybe COVID's N0.1 Victim.

The Q4 Podcast
The World's Largest Tight End (and Other, Smaller Players)

The Q4 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 72:03


It's the first week of the NFL season, which means nothing except that our show is somehow more structured than usual. We're talking selling out, cross-sport drafting fantasy football rankings, team names, and so much more.

Own The Build
How smaller main contractors can spot timewasters at tender stage (EP 84)

Own The Build

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 38:35


In this episode, Paul is joined by Linden Dover, Co-Founder and COO at Weaver – an expert in the construction tender space for homeowners – to investigate how main contractors can better manage the tender process and, moreover, how they can spot clients who are timewasters. Weaver is a mobile app that matches main contractors to vetted residential projects. Weaver checks that homeowners are tender-ready have complete design information, and are serious about their project, reducing time wasted with prospects that lead to nothing. You can sign up for your business here.-----------The Own The Build podcast is brought to you by C-Link and is hosted by me, Paul Heming; feel free to connect on LinkedIn and send me a message.  If you like what we do, I would love to hear from you and to keep in touch. You can also subscribe to stay up to date with our latest articles, videos, and audio production.As I mentioned on the show, I am a QS and founded C-Link, an app that provides all the tools you need to get subcontract procurement done without the legwork. Head to www.get.c-link.com/podcast to learn more, or just email me at paul@c-link.com. 

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
Who pays for RCMP services to smaller forces?

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 8:50


The CBC's Shaina Luck takes a deeper look at the expertise the RCMP provides to smaller forces... and why that system may need to change.

Real Estate Investor MBA
Episode 68: "BRRR"ing Your Business with Smaller Multifamily Properties

Real Estate Investor MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 23:08


BRRRR (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) method is what enables our guest, Clay Hepler, to flip and wholesale his assets amounting to over $200 Million. Join us as Clay shares specific techniques on how to woo your lenders, what are the sweet spots for multifamily real estate investors, and how to outstand your deals in the current competitive market. Tune in now and listen to our conversation! Remember, this is your MBA. Have a notepad handy, and get ready to take some notes!Key Points from This Episode: Clay Hepler tells how he started investing in the Real Estate  How buying house hack helped Clay drive through success. What is the BRRRR method? Where is the sweet spot of investors in larger multifamily properties? Clay explains why, for him, it is better to invest in multifamily properties instead of single-family properties. How many units does Clay look for when it comes to small multifamily properties? Clay shares tips on how to get past the lender's requirements. How did Clay manage to get one deal done to build credibility. Clay's strategies to find market deals in today's competitive market. How did Clay manage to stand out in the competition to get contractors. The buildings' age that Clay prefers for their amenities. Tweetables:“You need to find a way to capture equity because equity allows you to build wealth.” – Clay Hepler“It's really about finding people, relationships, lenders, contractors, sellers, and just working that funnel constantly..” – Clay Hepler“We need to find the right lenders with the right debt terms to fit our business model..” – Jeremy Moyer Links Mentioned:Bigger Pockets Podcast WebsiteClay Hepler's InstagramClay Hepler's TwitterClay Hepler's FacebookClay Hepler's LinkedInAbout Clay HeplerClay is a multifamily investor, educator, and cash flow specialist. He is the Principal at a boutique investment real estate firm, Hepler Acquisitions.  Hepler Acquisitions focuses on purchasing value-add real estate properties and increasing their worth through diligent construction management and adding visionary yet functional design schemes to provide sanctuaries for their residents.  Clay has purchased over $6,000,000 of multifamily real estate in the Greater Pittsburgh area over the past 24 months using a combination of his own capital and private capital.

Build Your Tribe | Grow Your Business with Social Media
Brand Deals With A Smaller Following - 618

Build Your Tribe | Grow Your Business with Social Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 33:34 Very Popular


Change Your Business, Change Your Life…IN JUST 3 DAYS! Join Chalene and Brock at MIA Live!!! By going to chalene.com/live      You don't need prior experience, or a big following to Make Money Today by Scoring Brand Deals Go To Chalene.com/Micro     Start your free SimpleText trial and get 500 free credits by texting “TRIBE” to 833-2TRY-SMS    Check out InstaClubHub!!  For Just $7!! The ONLY All-In-One Instagram Resource Community Designed To...Grow Your Following and Reach More Customers on Instagram™(All in Just Five Minutes a Day!)  InstaClubHub.com/trial     Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here!       Download the Patreon App and Join The Chalene Show at patreon.com/TheChaleneShow     Subscribe to The Chalene Show!!   Links you may want to check out:  Check out Bret's ALL NEW Course Money Matters 101 at Chalene.com/moneymatters Check out MarketingImpactAcademy.com Be sure to subscribe to Chalene's YouTube channel !!! Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! Be sure to check out the Push Journals and Notebooks!! Go to PushJournal.com Leave Chalene or Brock  a message or ask them a question at  (619) 500-4819 Not sure what your thing is? Go to Chalene.com/MyThing  Learn more about Kajabi Leave Chalene a Voicemail review or question for a chance to win a gift  HERE   Connect with us on your fav social platform: Chalene: Instagram: www.Instagram.com/ChaleneJohnson    Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Chalene    TikTok: @chaleneOfficial Twitter: www.Twitter.com/ChaleneJohnson Brock: Instagram: @Brock11Johnson TikTock: @brock11johnnson Be sure to follow Brock on his travel adventures @tayandbrock     Stop dieting & start living:  PhaseItUp.com       Sign Up For MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a ridiculously amazing fun-filled life!     Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!!      Get episode show notes here: www.chalenejohnson.com/podcast      Hey! Send me a DM & tell me what you think about the show! (Use the Hashtag) #BuildYourTribe so I know you're a homie! XOXO Chalene

Racy Books
Episode 3: My Shocking Monte Carlo Confession by Heidi Rice

Racy Books

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 43:12


This week we delved into Heidi Rice's My Shocking Monte Carlo Confession, a category romance! Big fans of the MMPB here. Listen to us consider: What is the shocking confession? But first! We tried some new taglines. Let us know whose suggestion you prefer. [KATE! Maybe we could do a Twitter POLL? For ENGAGEMENT?] And please enjoy Hanna's show notes on the website that Kate made:Tell me why F1 spells TYRES with a y. We think this was not a secret baby romance so much as a plot moppet romance.[KATE PUT THE LINK TO THE LIST OF BOOKS HERE] [THAT'S WHAT YOU TOLD ME TO WRITE IN THE SHOW NOTES]How small is Monaco? Smaller than Central Park. Where is it in relation to Nice? About a half hour away.If a man talks shit: you owe him nothing. (We will not be linking to “I Did Something Bad” by Taylor Swift until there is a Taylor's Version–this is an Official Racy Books Pod Policy.)We do not have clarification on when a writer can use “F1” and when they need to make up a name like Super League. Please help us.Unfortunately, we were not able to work a Walt Whitman reference into this episode.The quote that rendered Kate speechless: “Say it, forget it; write it, regret it.” –Dorinda Medley, Real Housewives of New YorkWe are expecting to see a lot of rich people in this subgenre: F1 romance = billionaire romance. This was another book that made us want a heroine as the race car driver. Maybe we'll try this next season. [LINK KATE TO THE CATEGORY YOU FOUND]The v important Maisie Peters bridge living rent free in our minds.No playlist in this book. . . so we made one! Will next episode be a book of our hearts? Read Unfixable by Tessa Bailey and tune in to find out!Is Mattia Binotto our hero? (Or could it be the man who bought his son an F1 team and also probably paid for this article?) Mattia Binotto

NAB Morning Call
Bigger hopes of smaller hikes to come

NAB Morning Call

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 17:03


Thursday 8th September 2022 View our disclaimer and terms of use: nab.co/3shJyyp View our NAB Financial Services Guide: nab.co/3rvJtI9 There were big market moves yesterday and overnight, with sharp drops in oil prices, bond yields falling, a turnaround in US equities and the US dollar gaining some ground, with the Yen falling to its lowest level in 24 years. NAB's Skye Masters says there wasn't much data to influence the markets, but there was a lot of Fed commentary that is suggesting that perhaps the pace of interest rate moves might begin to slow down. Falling oil prices and government subsidies on gas prices will also be seen as helping to tame inflation.

Financial Planning
How smaller firms can make a bigger difference, with guest Pepper Anderson

Financial Planning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 26:41


After more than 20 years with one of the biggest firms in the business, the leader of the fast-growing, New york-based RIA said going small was good for the soul.

SAfm Market Update with Moneyweb
GDP now smaller than it was pre-Covid

SAfm Market Update with Moneyweb

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 11:40


Sanisha Packirisamy – Economist, Momentum Investments

Jiggle Physics
"Smaller Scale"

Jiggle Physics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 82:10


Assassin's Creed Valhalla was too damn long — but Mirage won't be! We're joined by Sam Tolbert to talk about the new game in the Assassin's Creed franchise, and a preview of New Tales from the Borderlands. We also touch base on Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, Embracer Group's shopping spree, a handheld console from Logitech, and more. LINKS: Assassin's Creed Mirage officially revealed, more coming at Ubisoft Forward | Windows Central Grafaiai — Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet | Official Website New Tales from the Borderlands preview: Misfits and mayhem return | Windows Central Embracer Group acquires The Lord of the Rings IP, Limited Run Games, Tripwire Interactive, and more | Windows Central Logitech G Gaming Handheld sounds like a squarely mid-range cloud gaming console | Android Central Nintendo recap: Direct with Zelda games Wind Waker and Twilight Princess rumored for September | iMore

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2475: In Defense of Downsizing: 4 Reasons a Smaller Home is the Right Size by Rose Lounsbury

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 11:51


Rose Lounsbury shares 4 reasons why a smaller home is the right size Episode 2475: In Defense of Downsizing: 4 Reasons a Smaller Home is the Right Size by Rose Lounsbury Rose Lounsbury is a keynote speaker, Amazon bestselling author, simplicity coach, and still-sane mom of triplets. (Yes, you heard that right!) She helps overwhelmed people create open spaces in their homes, workspaces, and more importantly–their minds–by letting go of the excess stuff that gets in the way. Rose started her own simplicity journey in 2012, after getting fed up with spending all of her free time dealing with my stuff. As she slowly let go of everything that didn't matter to her, she discovered some amazing things: free time, peace of mind, & clarity. Rose became a simplicity coach to help others do the same thing. The original post is located here: https://roselounsbury.com/defense-downsizing-4-reasons-smaller-home-might-just-right-fit/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY
2475: In Defense of Downsizing: 4 Reasons a Smaller Home is the Right Size by Rose Lounsbury

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 11:51


Rose Lounsbury shares 4 reasons why a smaller home is the right size Episode 2475: In Defense of Downsizing: 4 Reasons a Smaller Home is the Right Size by Rose Lounsbury Rose Lounsbury is a keynote speaker, Amazon bestselling author, simplicity coach, and still-sane mom of triplets. (Yes, you heard that right!) She helps overwhelmed people create open spaces in their homes, workspaces, and more importantly–their minds–by letting go of the excess stuff that gets in the way. Rose started her own simplicity journey in 2012, after getting fed up with spending all of her free time dealing with my stuff. As she slowly let go of everything that didn't matter to her, she discovered some amazing things: free time, peace of mind, & clarity. Rose became a simplicity coach to help others do the same thing. The original post is located here: https://roselounsbury.com/defense-downsizing-4-reasons-smaller-home-might-just-right-fit/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Short Term Rental Authority Podcast
STRA Episode7: How to Afford the Initial Investment in Your Short-Term Rental

The Short Term Rental Authority Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 25:32


Episode7:  How to Afford the Initial Investment in Your Short-Term Rental [00:00:00] [00:00:05] Hey guys, John and Wendy Williams here with the short-term rental authority here to help make you the best operator ever. [00:00:14] And today we are going to talk about. How to fund your initial investment. Cuz we get asked this question all the time, all the time. Yes. So what we're gonna be talking about is we will talk about exactly what that means. And we will talk about what that cost is. So we'll give you some numbers. We'll talk about what we did and, and how we funded our business in the beginning. [00:00:41] And then we'll talk about some other, other ways to fund your business that we've learned since then, since we got started operating, and then we'll talk about at the very end What, if you are purchasing the property. Cause a lot of people do that. Yeah. Like if you, if you saw the title of this podcast, you might be thinking, how do I buy the property? [00:01:03] Right. And that's not what we're actually talking about at the beginning. We're talking about, okay, I have the property now, what, what's the, what's the setup cost for the, the short term rental side of it. And I think that applies whether you bought it or whether you rent it or however you acquire. Right. [00:01:22] Is the end of the conversation. What we're actually talking about is how do you set it up and what's the cost for that and how do you fund that piece? Mm-hmm right. So, so let's talk about that. What, what are we talking about when, when we say how much does it cost or how did you get started? How did you fund it and, and what does that mean? [00:01:45] What are you actually funding? Yeah, I say, I wanna say furniture is an obvious. So you've gotta buy furniture in our system that we teach you, you need a security system and, and we encourage you to [00:02:00] buy that equipment, but it, you could finance it, right. It could be an operational expense. It might not be a setup expense. [00:02:05] You do need, however, you do need those initial supplies. So you, so you're gonna have to do toilet paper. You're gonna have to do bots K cups. You're gonna have to do. Sugar, you have to do, you know what, whatever those consumables are, you know, stockpiling those at least for your first one. It's if you're, if you're renting the place, it's probably security deposit up front. [00:02:29] So you need to count for that. It's it's all those things that get you to the place where. you can actually list it. It can have, it's a photographer. Mm-hmm it may be a designer. It should be a designer actually. So it, it there's, there's all these costs that you occur before anyone shows up so that it place is rentable. [00:02:52] as a short term rental. Right? So it's all those things. And, and what we tell people that we, that we coach is to budget at least $25 a square foot. I, I wouldn't say anymore than that. No, that, well, that's a measure. It's really don't go over that amount. Right. So don't go over $25 a square foot because you're you're you should be hiring a. [00:03:19] And that designer is going to charge you around. You should budget $20 a square foot for the designer. And so the, the other, but that includes the stuff they're buying too. Yes. That includes furniture. It includes the furniture. Yeah. And it should include some designers have, have the, have you purchased the TVs yourself separate from. [00:03:43] Some designers will purchase the TVs for you, but that should cover. everything as far as furnishings and, and design go, right. But the other $5 a square foot, that's [00:04:00] what you're gonna use for your, your supplies, such as K cups and toilet paper and paper towels and sponges and dishwasher, pods, and dish detergent and, and everything else, because there's not. [00:04:16] The unit that you have to think about, there's also your supply closet that you have to think about too. Yeah. In your linens. I wanna say we spent a lot on women. Oh my gosh. Linens. Well, cause you need four sets for bed. We've talked about that and everything, but that's linens is a huge expense. I was about to say expensive, but that's where your other $5 goes. [00:04:36] Yes. Let's let's budget for that. And hopefully you have some, I think you should, if you, if you budget $25 a square foot, you should have some left over, but I would rather you over budget. Yeah. And come under budget for sure than getting a, get in a situation where I, I don't have enough money to complete it. [00:04:57] Sure. Yeah. For sure. Right. Or I, now I have to cut corner. right. Like not hire a professional photographer because I don't have the $300 to pay that person. Right. Right. Totally. So I, that, that $25 really is a top end. It's a, don't go over that per square foot, rather than a go spend. $25 a square foot. Of course cut costs. [00:05:21] We're all entrepreneurs. We should be cutting costs, but do not cut corner. Oh, those two things are different. So there's things that Wendy mentioned, like hiring a designer, getting a professional photographer you know, those types putting in the security system. Yeah. That's where I see personally people make mistakes because they. [00:05:41] Try to save money. Mm-hmm on the front end. Yeah. And for us they're non-negotiables and, and really what they're doing is they're cutting corners and not costs. Yeah. And that, that hurts you in the long run. You, you lose way more. Cause I know there's somebody out there saying $20 a square foot. That seems expensive. [00:05:59] So for [00:06:00] a thousand square foot place, you're telling me I need 20. well, the guy, the guru over on, I'm not gonna mention his name cause, but I saw on his as day, he said it was only five grand to set up a one bedroom apartment. No way. There's no way you can do that and have it still look nice. You're right. [00:06:24] You're right. But you can do. Oh, yeah, no doubt. There's no, there's no, but it's gonna look like you spent $5,000. It is. Yeah. That's gonna look like it. And if you get, guess what that tells your customers that I, that you don't care that I am a cheap I'm cheap and I don't care. Yep. Mm-hmm right. That's right. [00:06:44] Your customer. And that's exact customer customer over time. That will cost you money. It will. If I could tell you anything is don't skimp on the front. Do not skimp. Yep. You will lose more money than you are saving. Yeah. It'll feel like you're saving a dollar, but you're gonna lose 10. Yep. And when you get a good photographer in bad design, like stuff you bought off of Craigslist or Facebook marketplace, it's gonna look like it. [00:07:12] It really is. Everybody can tell, so that that's a nugget for you do not skimp. So believe me when I say, if you're doing this right. And you're following the system that we teach. It sounds it, you should be spending somewhere around $20 a square foot and you should be budgeting for 25. Cause I want you to have that buffer. [00:07:31] So then when it comes out to be 22, you're not scrambling. Right. And you can thank us later. yes, yes. And if you're, if you're that person that says, well, I didn't that's that money for five. Great. Go for. We'll beat you every time. Yep. we'll beat you every, on the long, in the long term, we'll beat you every time. [00:07:49] And I want my students to be set up for success. Yes. Amen. Right? Not to say, Hey, here's the cheapest way you can do it. No, that's not worry about, that's worry about here's the no, and I'm all for [00:08:00] again. I'm all for cutting costs. I'm not for cutting corner. and that's what that ends up being. Yep. Cause you're cutting corners. [00:08:06] That's right. So I'll get off my soapbox in that one. Okay. So so let's talk about how we funded our business. Yeah. So now we're said, okay, it's a thousand square foot, cuz that was actually our first one. It was a, it's a two, it was a two, two house. Yeah. Smaller house was our first one. Obviously it's only a thousand square feet or it was 1100 square feet actually. [00:08:26] Just about the first one. Yeah. Almost. Yeah. And, and what we did, we. Good credit. So we got an American express card. Remember we went to Lowe's hardware. We did. Yeah. Yeah. We went to Lowe's hardware and got a, a Lowe's American express card. right, but it wasn't in our personal name. No, it was in our business name. [00:08:47] It was, it was in our business name. Yeah, actually, you know what I did was you probably don't even know this. What I did was I went on nerd, wallet.com. Okay. And I searched for the top five business credit card. and all I did was start at the top and I applied for the first one. And then I waited to see if we would get approved for that. [00:09:15] And then I moved on to the next one. Interesting. That's what I did. Okay. Yep. I went to nerd wallet, right. So, but that's something you may not realize if you're in the, in the, in the, if you're looking at this as real estate, kind of beating that drum again, like you might not realize that, oh, there's actually business credit out. [00:09:34] So if I had my LLC, if I had my Corp, even if it's new, yes. You're going, and, and you alluded to that, cause you said that we had good credit. They're gonna qualify you based on your individual credit score, but they're gonna put the credit in your business name and it's gonna report to your business credit, which you should do from the very beginning. [00:09:55] Yes. We learned that as well, too. Yep. You want to be building business credit all the [00:10:00] time. , but that's how we funded it. Like it's 20 grand. How do we come up with 20 grand? I think it was two credit cards. Yeah, because we, the first one gave us like 10, 10, and the other one gave us like 15 or something. [00:10:16] Right. Something like that. Yeah. Yeah. And so that's how we, yep. That's how we did it. Came up with the funds. to buy the furniture and buy the security system. And mm-hmm, all those other things. Yep. And there are advanced things we could, you're like, there's certain things you can't buy in credit cards. [00:10:31] Yeah. You can you, you certainly can. for a lot of you. You're probably thinking, well, credit card debt's bad though, right? Oh, debt is a four letter word. Why would well, especially credit card debt, especially credit card debt, but that's a, because it's high interest. That's an interesting mindset shift. It is, but, but is important when you, when you sign up with these cards, initially, the, the, you can get these introductory rates where there's 0% for. [00:11:02] 12 or 18 months, 12 to 18 months. I wanna say that's what happened. And that's the cheapest money you can get, man. 0%. Yeah. And this business generates enough cash flow to pay off that card before you incur interest, if you really want to, I don't know why you would, but okay. Well, you can sure. What could just save the interest. [00:11:20] That's why you would do it. Sure. I understand that. You're gonna go from zero to 25 mm-hmm but Wendy, Wendy knows that that's not actually important is what she's saying. . But it may be in the mind to somebody that heard credit card debt. So I'm trying to help them. Okay. Right. I'm trying to encourage them. [00:11:36] Well, I'm trying to say that debt is not necessarily a four letter word. Right. And especially credit card debt because, well, there's, well, you always want the cheapest interest rate. Well, that obviously that's a no brainer, but what I'm saying is there's most people can qualify for some kind of credit card. [00:11:55] Yeah. Now, if you can't and your credit challeng. [00:12:00] Credit challenge. Well, that's what it's called. I know. It's just funny. If you're, if you're credit challenged, what would you say? If you have bad credit Uhhuh okay. Maybe I'm using a PC word. I don't know, but if you're credit challenged or you have bad credit, if you wanna say it that way and you're like, Hey, I can't qualify for that. [00:12:21] Then another way to fund it is have cash. like, if you have cash in the bank now, you know that, Hey, I only need 20 grand. I know that. I said only to a lie to you, but there, there you, that is an option. You can sell fund cash and then you don't have the interest payment. Yep. Even better. Right. True enough. [00:12:42] Yeah. And then if that doesn't work, there's there's also the, the private money route. So that is a skillset, I will say, that's it is indeed. That's harder obviously than indeed applying for a credit card. Yes. Or going down to the bank and applying for line of credit or here's another idea for you. [00:13:02] If you have a personal residence already that has equity in it, which it should, because as, as of this recording, real estate prices are in a bubble, I believe, but they're high. So if you bought. Sometime ago you probably have equity. You probably could get a line of credit or something on your, your personal residence. [00:13:24] That is a way to go. That's cheaper money. But if you have to go the private money route, which means friends, family, acquaintances, that kind of thing. That's a whole other discussion. It can be done. It's a skill set though. It's not a I know how to write and fill out application right. So I don't wanna kind of get into that, but I just wanna say that is a source of funds. [00:13:45] It is. And we've had quite a few students that were, that were able to. To raise private, private money from private money limits. Yes, they were, it was either friends, family, or somebody they attracted to their idea or, or whatever. Right. And then [00:14:00] the, you know, you have to have the right conversations and know how to structure those things. [00:14:04] Right. You know, it's that kind. That's why I didn't want to get into it. Right. Exactly. But it is, it is something that students have had success with as well. Yeah. Yeah. It is a, it's a whole nother podcast long. Yes. So long lengthy podcast by itself. Separate maybe a four part series, right. yes. So, so now that we've covered all that and you know how we funded our business and you there's some, are there any other. [00:14:30] I can't think of any other options besides the ones that you've said, not if you, if you're just starting out. So if you have none, if you're at zero, those are kind of your options. However, if you've been operating for a while, that's true. Yeah. Your business, hopefully you have it. One like an structure, like an LLC, an S Corp or corporation or something. [00:14:54] Your business has revenue. and because your business has revenue, now you start qualifying for other things that have nothing to do with your personal credit at all. They have to do with your business makes five to 10 grand a month, right? That in fact, as you, as you have more units, you have way more cash flow, cuz it's a very cash flow, heavy business. [00:15:21] And remember, they're not looking at typically your. After expense number, they're looking at your pipeline revenue number, right? Right. So if your payout for the month was 20 grand from Airbnb, let's say, so you that's the only place you list. If you got paid 20 grand on Airbnb this month, they're now qualifying you on, oh, your business makes 20 grand a month. [00:15:45] Right. And now you qualify for those type of product. So once you get started, once you get past the, okay, the only thing I have is a credit card, realize that if you have the, the mindset that, Hey, this is a [00:16:00] business and it's not really about the real estate, which we've talked about a lot, then now you start applying. [00:16:05] You start not well, you applying of course, but qualifying for business, business, credit, credit, and business lines of credit that are really based on what the business. How does the business reform, and it has nothing to do with your personal credit at all at some point. And so we've been able to fund ourselves that way as well. [00:16:28] Right. You know, our personal, but that's after you've gotten started and yeah. And you've gotten some, some bookings and you're starting to make money. Yeah. You know, what else? You know, what else? That I was just thinking about was, you know, if you pass your, your what, if you are purchasing the property, right. And you already talked about that a little bit, but there's really no difference. What do you mean when you say there's really no difference? Well, in my mind, because it does cost more, right. If I buy it, I have to pay more. Yeah. But you're still you're setting at that point. [00:17:08] If you are purchasing the property, that's a whole separate business. It is the, and the short term rental business is a whole separate business. Those are two separate businesses. They really are. So what you're really saying is if you buy the property, do a good real estate deal mm-hmm and take the short term rental out of your mind, take that revenue outta your mind. [00:17:32] Make sure that the real estate deal that you were doing is a good real estate deal, own its own. And that it's profitable own its. And then consider putting your short term rental business in there and then make sure the short term rental business own its own paying fair market rent to your real estate business is profitable, own its own.[00:18:00] [00:18:01] And that's how you actually protect yourself. That's how you protect yourself from doing a bad real estate deal because you thought if I just did the short term real. Right. But the problem is a lot of times, oh, we see this so often that doesn't, it goes away or, or it doesn't become the thing. And now you're stuck with this bad real estate deal that you, you have to scramble to get out of. [00:18:23] Yep. Like you don't want that. Or you have this bad real estate deal that only works because you have this short term rental business over here, that subs is subsidizing. right. And, and you lie to, and, and it, and that's actually lying to yourself because it's, it's, it's, it's forcing you to hold this bad real estate deal because you think you're making all this money over here where really half of that's going to subsidize the real estate. [00:18:55] And now this actually becomes a unprofitable short-term rental business. Cuz if you actually charge true market rent to this. then it wouldn't survive. Right. So if you, so that's a rule of thumb. If you're, if you're a short term rental business, even if you own the property, if it could not afford to pay market rent on the property, then it's in, then it's not really a profitable business, cuz it's not about how much you make. [00:19:26] Right. It's about how much more did you make? And it's about making good decisions on each side of that equation. Right? So here's something I, I may have mentioned this before in a different episode, but here's something I, I heard cuz we're in different Facebook, real estate groups and somebody was actually just, you know, be moaning the fact that one of their favorite restaurants was closing down. [00:19:49] Oh, we did talk about this. We did. Yeah. Cuz we talked about olive garden. No, no that it wasn't, it wasn't about olive garden at all. Okay. That was a whole different conversation we talking about. Oh it was okay. Yeah. This one was. [00:20:00] I don't remember this one, then this one was their, it was that their favorite restaurant was closing down. [00:20:05] And I believe it was in Nodi area, which is the arts district of Charlotte. Right. Cuz it's a local real estate group. And what they were saying was and they posted like the news article to it. And the, the news article was all about this restaurant had to close down because their landlord raised their rent and they couldn't afford to be. [00:20:27] anymore. So they just decided to close the restaurant down, cuz they weren't gonna be able to be profitable with the rent increase. And as a point of, you know, fact, somebody else commented on it in that thread. Who's another real estate investor in the area that I respect. And he said, well, you know, actually the rent increases is in line with current market rent. [00:20:52] You know what they were paying before. From 10 years ago and they've just never been raised. And that's actually what the piece of real estate's worth. So it's not like they're gouging them. They're just bringing it up to what it's, what actual market rent is current market rent. Yeah. And then a little bit, you know, there are other comments and a little bit later another person that I'm a, you know, acquaintance with in the real estate investing world. [00:21:17] But she happens to be a licensed realtor. She chimed in and. This is why I always encourage my business owners, like a restaurant business owner to actually buy the property that they're operating their restaurant in. Interesting. So that, that can't happen. well, she, she needs to listen to the podcast. [00:21:42] Right. But that does make logical sense. Like it's not a, if you saw that comment, Normally, like, I didn't see anybody else protest what she said. Right. But they don't understand that there's two separate businesses. Yes. It, it, so that's the whole point. Like the, the restaurant actually isn't [00:22:00] profitable. [00:22:01] That's actually the point, right? If they own the real estate, they should be charging. They're gonna be charging market rent, regardless of who's rent. Not my point. What I'm saying is what she was saying was if that restaurant has bought that building, then they would still be in operation today. Mm-hmm [00:22:21] Yeah, but that restaurant would be, actually be a lie. Yes. Because they're not considering because, because what they, what they could have been making, like not considering what they could be renting that space for. Yes. In, right. And when you consider that and realize that that's actually an opportunity. [00:22:43] oh, of running the restaurant in that building. Mm-hmm your foregoing market rent. Mm-hmm and it can suck you into thinking, oh, I actually have a profitable, profitable business. Right, right. When you don't. Right. And what you, a, what you actually do is have a profitable business at the expense of a bad real estate. [00:23:07] Ooh. So where you're making it over here, you're losing it over here. Mm-hmm and you don't do the math in your head to say, oh, that's actually a, a negative situation. Right. But how would you know that if they weren't separate, that's why we advocate separating. Right. And, and it is very obvious when you're in the rental arbitrage model, because you're only on one side the equation mm-hmm [00:23:30] So it's very clear to us whether. queen city suites is profitable. Right? Sure. But even if we own the building, it would be very clear to us is queen city suites profitable because, because queen city suites doesn't own any real estate. Right. But even if we own the underlying real estate, that's the whole point. [00:23:49] Right. There's another separate business that actually owns the real estate. Yeah. And actually it in the places that we're in today, I, I did the math. It would not make sense for us to buy them. Yeah. That's interest. Yeah, [00:24:00] it wouldn't because the, the rent that we pay is, would not support the purchase price. [00:24:06] Right. $1,500 in rent a month does not support a $350 thousand dollars purchase price. Well, that is the market right now, so, right. So you gotta consider that. So it would actually be to our detriment to purchase the property, to purchase the property. Even if the mortgage payment was less than. And that's hard. [00:24:26] That's hard to wrap your mind around, is it not? Yeah, for sure. Because, but it's because you're only looking at it as a monolith, this single thing. Yeah. Instead of realizing that, oh, it's actually a real estate deal and it's actually a business separate from that. And that's why I like using the restaurant thing because that it, for some reason in our heads that makes it clearer to understand that, Hey, maybe I don't need to own the building that my restaurant's. [00:24:56] in fact, most restaurants don't right. Sure. So, okay. That, that's what I have to say about the real estate side. Okay. Do you have anything you wanted to add to that or? No? Mm-hmm okay. Well, we hope we have, you found some value in this episode, if so, click that like and subscribe button and we will see you next time onto the next on to the next. [00:25:20]

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY
2475: In Defense of Downsizing: 4 Reasons a Smaller Home is the Right Size by Rose Lounsbury

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 11:51


Rose Lounsbury shares 4 reasons why a smaller home is the right size Episode 2475: In Defense of Downsizing: 4 Reasons a Smaller Home is the Right Size by Rose Lounsbury Rose Lounsbury is a keynote speaker, Amazon bestselling author, simplicity coach, and still-sane mom of triplets. (Yes, you heard that right!) She helps overwhelmed people create open spaces in their homes, workspaces, and more importantly–their minds–by letting go of the excess stuff that gets in the way. Rose started her own simplicity journey in 2012, after getting fed up with spending all of her free time dealing with my stuff. As she slowly let go of everything that didn't matter to her, she discovered some amazing things: free time, peace of mind, & clarity. Rose became a simplicity coach to help others do the same thing. The original post is located here: https://roselounsbury.com/defense-downsizing-4-reasons-smaller-home-might-just-right-fit/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Economic Ninja
How Long Before Smaller Real Estate Markets Crash?

Economic Ninja

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 6:37


How Long Before Smaller Real Estate Markets Crash? Homebuilders are Warning that the 2022 Housing Recession is getting worse. Home Prices to continue and the US Economic Recession to get worse. And the Stock Market to Crash. Data from the National Association of Home Builders shows that both Builder Sentiment and Homebuyer Traffic have plummeted in recent months. Meanwhile, Housing Starts have also declined. This is a historical sign that the US Economy is tilting into Recession 2022. Here is a link to my Real Estate channel please subscribe: https://youtu.be/XW6m1ASXsgY

Lose Weight Podcast
How to Get a Smaller Waist and Bigger Hips

Lose Weight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 9:05


Do you want to know how to get a smaller waist and bigger hips? THIS SUPPLEMENT can help you: https://loseweightpodcast.com/video You can also read about the ingredients and scientific research behind this supplement HERE: https://loseweightpodcast.com/letter (These are affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, I'll earn a commission, at no additional cost to you)

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Living a life that leaves a smaller carbon footprint

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 15:42


Kate Hall's on a mission to help people find ways to live a life that's better for not just themselves, but the planet. She's founded a company, called Ethically Kate and written a book about sustainable living. 

GA Baptist Discipleship
Small Church Strategic Planning - Dr. Leo Endel

GA Baptist Discipleship

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 45:46


Smaller church pastors, this broadcast is to help you be a strategic planning hero! For decades Dr. Leo Endel has been helping churches to plan well. He is the Executive Director at Minnesota-Wisconsin Baptist Convention based in Rochester, Minnesota and Pastor at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Madison, WI. He has a heart for helping small churches be strategic planners for missional impact. His book Where Do We Go from Here? is a strategic planning guide for smaller churches. In the three-hour meeting that Dr. Endel teaches in his book, every pastor can be a strategic planner in their church. In this broadcast, Scott, PJ, and Dr. Endel discuss: • Leo's fishing trip of a lifetime is a fishy story • PJ's 101 ways to cook mac n cheese • Understanding obstacles that keep your church from planning o "We are doing fine." o "We do not have the time." o "We've been there, done that, and it didn't work." o "Fear of conflict." o "Not operating in a way that recognizes barriers to growth based on church attendance." • Addressing each obstacle and why pastors don't plan • The difference between 75, 125, and 200 in attendance and planning • Getting to the point of change for planning • Drag a highlighter over some ideas to lead a planning meeting • Who to have on a planning team • How lay leaders, deacons, and key volunteers help a pastor be strategic in planning • Celebrating history while looking forward in planning

Street Smart Success
207: Smaller Class C Properties Are Where The Big Value Is, And Prices Are Coming Down

Street Smart Success

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 49:26


When investing in Value Add Real Estate, construction knowledge is critical to avoiding costly mistakes that can ruin an investment. Dealing with contractors, engineers, architects, etc. can be a shark tank because they're all trying to get your money. Also, if vendors don't know what they're doing or don't have aligned interest with you, it can turn into an incredibly difficult situation. Van Sturgeon, seasoned Real Estate investor and principal of Greywood Restoration Ltd, has an extensive multi-decade career in construction and property rehab, so he knows how to maximize his investments and avoid common costly mistakes that others make when dealing with heavy value-add properties.

Blessed is She Daily Devotions
August 26 Daily Devotion: Our Smaller Life Without Him

Blessed is She Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 2:20


Today's devotion is written by Nell O'Leary.

KUOW Newsroom
Study: Snowpack in the Cascades is smaller and melting out earlier

KUOW Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 0:57


From Oregon Public Broadcasting, Bradley Parks reports.

The Academy Presents podcast
Breaking Commitments Into Smaller Actionable Steps with Douglas Dowell

The Academy Presents podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 20:40


This is part 3 of my conversation with Douglas Dowell. He is a lawyer who has been investing in real estate for many years. He has done a variety of real estate related w2 gigs, from mowing lawns for landlords to managing a 60-unit property, to office space leases for a major telecom company, to practicing landlord tenant law. He has now chosen to enter the real estate entrepreneur space with a focus on ground up multitenant retail and building to rent.  He is passionate about mindset management, capital raising, aviation, and his deer head chihuahua named Roo.    In this episode, Douglas Dowell tells listeners that it is important to have a positive mindset and focus on changing their beliefs in order to achieve success. He believes that it is important to have a “Why” that is bigger than oneself in order to be able to overcome obstacles and maintain commitment. He shares his tips for new and seasoned investors alike. He recommends breaking your goal into smaller steps, visualizing the outcome, and enlisting help from friends or a professional mentor. [00:01 - 05:49]    Changing your beliefs to create a different reality is scary but possible Discipline equals freedom and embracing it will help you achieve your goals   [05:49 - 09:23] Breaking Commitments Into Smaller Actionable Steps Doug believes that the key to success is breaking the commitment down into smaller steps that make sense He recommends self-hypnosis and meditation as ways to increase one's composure and access calmness in difficult situations Learn to do things yourself   [09:24 - 14:51] Closing Segment   Douglas advises listeners that asking for help is not a weakness it is a strength!     Tweetable Quotes: “if we're not asking for help, then we're being efficient.”  – Douglas Dowell   “Sometimes ego is good because it will push you forward in life and you'll take more risks than you should or you maybe would've otherwise. But at the end of the day, humility is really one of the best things you can operate with.” – Douglas Dowell   Connect with Douglas through his email and LinkedIn!   LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. Are you confused about where to start? Join our community and learn more about real estate investing. Head over to our Facebook Page, Youtube Channel, or website https://www.theacademypresents.com/jointhesummit36848306. Connect with Lorren Capital, LLC. for syndicated multifamily investments, https://lorrencapital.com/. To learn more about me, visit my LinkedIn profile, and connect with me.

Takin' Care of Lady Business
Ep49: Raise that Money: Pitch VC or Smaller Angel Round?

Takin' Care of Lady Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 29:28


Annie Evans is the Founder of Dream Ventures, advisor to early-stage women led companies and an active angel investor with a community of over 500 female angels (C level execs, founders, operators & experts). She is very dialed into the female founder community across tech, beauty, retail, women's health, consumer goods and has helped raise over 20M for founders in the last 3 years through leading syndicates. Annie is Co-founder of Dream Ventures Accelerator that leads founders raising for the first time through a 7 week program to elevate their fundraise & growth strategy.   Listen to this Takin' Care of Lady Business episode with Annie Evans about raising money for your start-up. Here is what to expect on this week's show: What is Dream Ventures and how they are helping women become investors while raising money for female founded companies trying to change the world. Why it's important to invest in women as a collective build the matriarchy. How a special purpose vehicle – also known as a SPV, works – and how you can invest with less money. Why and how the mistakes Annie made in the past companies she founded led her to start Dream Ventures.   Connect with Annie: Links Mentioned: https://www.dreamventures.co/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Preparing For Tomorrow podcast
Time to resettle into a smaller space? A senior move manager can make it easy

Preparing For Tomorrow podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 15:48


This week, I'm bringing back one of my favorite interviews from the early days of our podcasts.  Janeen Salzgeber with shares what is really involved when we need to resettle into an abbreviated space in assisted living or other care environment.  Her Tampa based company helps their clients decide what "stuff" makes their new space feel like home, and sets everything up to make resettling easier, while also helping to leave legacies for other families who are in need. Her company is part of the National Association of Senior Move Managers a great resource to help simplify home transitions

EmPowered Couples Podcast | Relationships | Goal Setting | Mindset | Entrepreneurship
Do You Become a Smaller or Bigger Person in the Face of a Challenging Season: Episode 246

EmPowered Couples Podcast | Relationships | Goal Setting | Mindset | Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 22:57


Are we the only ones facing some “challenges” in life right now? Let's talk about the real stuff going on. When you face challenges – whether in your marriage or life circumstances you're facing – do you become smaller or bigger? “Smaller” meaning: you shrink down, become paralyzed, maybe even a victim mentality. “Bigger” meaning: you rise to the occasion, you get resourceful, you call on support/help, you shift your perspective and get into action.  Today's episode will cover some personal challenges and how we operate when being big or small people, and how we shift our perspectives day to day.  Also, there are 3 SPOTS for Couples to take the #1 Relationship Assessment in the world and do a Results Analysis Call privately with us. Couples say, “that was the most clarifying 1 hour we've spent in a long time.” To snag one of these 3 spots for only $147 (a MAJOR discount), either text or email us before they're gone. Text: 602-321-5652 or Email connect@newpowercouples.com

Loving The Fight Marriage Podcast
Episode 118 | DeMagnification - The Discipline of Making Potential Conflict Smaller

Loving The Fight Marriage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 23:15


So often in marriage and in life we mess up and say the wrong thing or do the wrong thing. This can cause conflict and bad feelings between a couple. What about when suddenly the unexpected happens and an object or an experience gets ruined and  feelings of frustration for the spouse who accidentally ruined the object or moment start to bubble up? Conflict occurs in moments like this and trying to overlook that moment of frustration or make it smaller so it doesn't become a bigger deal is hard but the right move.Join hosts, Travis and Dawn Rosinger, as they share real life stories of when their conflict could have escalated but instead they chose a different path of demagnification which allowed them to continue to keep great moments away from bad feelings and ugly communication. It's not easy, but it's definitely worth trying to practice this ongoing discipline of demagnification to make potential conflict smaller and worth overlooking. This is an episode that will make you laugh and may make you think about your own behavior, so don't miss it! Travis and Dawn Rosinger are the Loving The Fight Marriage Podcast Hosts and Authors of the books, Verbalosity - 7 Steps to a Verbally Generous and More Fulfilling Marriage and their newest book, Gripping -  What Matters Most | A Life and Relationships That Hold on to YouFor more information about Travis and Dawn Rosinger go to Loving The Fight

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
Aug 23-1: Corporate drug dealer Doud of Rochester Co-op wants no jail time, smaller fry gets 108 months even w/ safety valve. Unsealed EDNY video, UN human rights travesty, no answer to Quinn Emanuel

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 2:18


VLOG: Corporate drug dealer Doud of Rochester Co-op wants no jail time, smaller fry gets 108 months even with safety valve. Unsealed EDNY video, UN human rights travesty, no answer to @QuinnEmanuel letter

Info Product Mastery
Episode 14 | Growing your audience with LinkedIn and building your first info product with Avery Smith

Info Product Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 34:35


In episode 14, we chat with Avery Smith, data science expert and owner of DataCareerJumpstart.com, about LinkedIn marketing and building your first info product. Topics covered [02:06] Avery talks about how he got into data science and why he wasn't initially interested in the field. [04:35] After being thrown into data science, Avery realizes this is what he is interested in. [04:52] Adrian asks Avery about how he made the transition from going into data science to creating info products around it. [06:19] “There’s just better ways to become a data scientist faster..” - Avery on going to school for a masters in data science and how that led him to creating info products. [07:36] “How can you go from a career unrelated to data science to a data science career as fast as you can? That’s kinda my goal.” - Avery [09:01] Adrian asks Avery where he found his initial audience and why they trusted him in the data science space. [11:01] After hearing Avery talk about use of LinkedIn, Adrian responds and remarks on the positive benefits of using this platform for validation. [14:44] Getting likes and comments on LinkedIn is more valuable than other social media platforms simply because it’s for professionals. [15:25] “I far outperform that metric, and I think it’s because the leads I end up doing are really qualified from LinkedIN.” - Avery [16:40] Adrian asks Avery to talk about what tools he uses on a daily basis to run his business. [23:12] Avery discusses how he handles certificates and saves money in the process. [25:40] “You have to listen to your customers. And sometimes your customers are gonna give you feedback that you would never do yourself.” - Adrian [26:59] Adrian asks Avery to discuss what he might do differently if he could go back in time and start his business over. [28:10] In hindsight, Avery might build smaller info products that could be sold individually versus building an entire course at once. [30:10] More is not always better. [31:09] “How do I get customers' results, quickly..cause that’s what they want.” - Avery on building info products [33:16] Smaller is better. Feedback is important. The smaller you ship, the faster you get feedback. Links from the show Kajabi Podia Teachable

Review Your Gear Radio
4-12 - Post Walleye & Salmon Tournament Edition

Review Your Gear Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 48:16


4 Bears Casino Cup Tourney Recap Yar-Craft Was Awesome I lost everything AND the kitchen sink JT Snares IN-HAND and Hustad blew it Chubs were the ticket I Found Out My 8.5” Chub Rod IS 2-Piece Great Plains Salmon Derby Recap 9 fish for 51 Smaller fish Cant keep them buttoned  Herring bite finally starting  Tales from the Chub Tank School Starting - Camping Season Starts to Wind Dow Looking Forward to Fall Hunting Season 2nd Half When to Go Big or SMALL Trolling Crankbaits Mille Lacs Minute Leadcore Catches Fish, Pain in the Rear End Though Headlines Bassmasters On Lake Oahe - Congrats to Austin Felix https://www.bassmaster.com/tournament/2022-guaranteed-rate-bassmaster-elite-at-lake-oahe/leaderboard/?pro=1 Make a Wish Fishing Tournament a Hit with Kids https://www.fox10tv.com/2022/08/21/kids-win-fishing-tournament-wharf-benefits-make-a-wish-alabama/ Michigan Big Game Hunters Now MUST Report a Harvest Online Within 72 Hours (with GPS coordinates) https://www.woodtv.com/news/michigan/deer-hunting-goes-digital-in-michigan-this-year/ Best Fishing Shirts for Hot Days? Update on the Best Fishing Net in 2022 Best Way to Store Food Long-Term in a Cooler? What's Cooking on the Stone? Easiest Meals for Camping Trips? Go-To Cocktails This Summer in the Heat?

Her Renewed Strength | Anxiety, Overwhelm, Productivity, Time Management Tips, Biblical Mindset, Bible Study, Daily Routines,
80: LIVE COACHING! Taking A God-Sized Goal and Chunking It Down To Smaller Steps So It's Not TOO Big or Overwhelming with Mary Reed!

Her Renewed Strength | Anxiety, Overwhelm, Productivity, Time Management Tips, Biblical Mindset, Bible Study, Daily Routines,

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 38:42


Hey, girl! Have you ever had a goal in mind that seemed too big for you to pursue, that seemed too difficult to break down into steps to implement and carry out? I've been there, and my client, Mary, has been there too! In this episode, I am doing live coaching with Mary. We identify her goal - a huge, broad goal; and break it down into manageable milestones. Together, we set deadlines, figure out the next steps, and schedule follow-ups. In the process, we uncover what is holding her back and address the issue right away. If you have a God-sized goal and you want to turn it into something tangible, this episode is a must-listen. I pray this blesses you. Why you've got to check out today's episode: Find out your God-sized goal so you can obey the Lord and use it to bless others and glorify Him Identify the questions you need to ask yourself to break your goal down into smaller steps Learn how to plan, prepare and execute your goal For full show notes, visit https://herrenewedstrength.com/shownotes/episode80 Connect with Me Instagram: @mrsdiazcastro Facebook: @emdiazcastro Website: https://herrenewedstrength.com Thank you so much for listening! If you love today's episode, the best way you can show love and support is to leave a 5-star rating & a written review on the podcast. This helps other Christian women who want the same support and valuable content find the show.

The Unstoppable Entrepreneur Show
How To Create Career Progression Opportunities In A Smaller Company

The Unstoppable Entrepreneur Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 10:50


Whether you're an intrapreneur or an entrepreneur, you always have the same drive, big vision, and plan. This is why it is so crucial for us as business owners to understand that a huge part of our responsibility -- especially if we want to retain top performers -- is to make sure that they have career progression opportunities. In this episode we discuss: Why people stay in jobs where they feel like they can make progression Missed mindset opportunities for entrepreneurs Focusing on your employees' dreams, vision boards, and BIG goals. Stay connected:  Follow Kelly on Instagram | LinkedIn | Facebook | Website Grab one of Kelly's bestselling books: Unstoppable: 9 Principles for Unlimited Success in Business and Life Conviction Marketing Bigger than You: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Building an Unstoppable Team The Live Launch Method

Wall Street Breakfast
Wall Street Breakfast August 19: As Housing Weakens, Market Tilts Back to Smaller Fed Hike

Wall Street Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 7:05 Transcription Available Very Popular


As housing weakens, market tilts back to smaller Fed hike. Starbucks COO to exit company. Big Ten sets multibillion-dollar media deal with CBS, NBC, Fox. Nasdaq, S&P, Dow futures fall with market in danger of snapping win streak. Catch today's WSB article here.

Revitalize & Replant with Thom Rainer
Why Smaller Churches Are Making a Comeback

Revitalize & Replant with Thom Rainer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 25:56


For several decades, the larger church and the megachurch have received a lot of attention. We are now seeing a renewed focus on healthy smaller churches. Mark and Thom look at the reasons why this phenomenon is taking place. The post Why Smaller Churches Are Making a Comeback appeared first on Church Answers.

The Prof G Show with Scott Galloway
Office Hours: Web3 Unlocks, Podcast Subscriptions vs Ads, and Transitioning to a Smaller Company

The Prof G Show with Scott Galloway

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 17:27 Very Popular


Scott takes a question on how the experience economy can benefit from web3 innovation. He then shares his thoughts on switching his podcast to a subscription model, and weighs the pros and cons of working for large and small companies.  Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Real Ass Affirmations

We often get overwhelmed because we are trying so hard to do so much. Listen to find out what would happen if we think smaller?#RealAssAffirmations by #ChisaPennixBrown

The Brian Lehrer Show
State Sen. John Liu on Smaller Classes and the Education Budget

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 36:28


New York Senator John Liu (D 11, Queens) and chair of the NYC Education Committee, talks about his bill that would ensure smaller class sizes in NYC schools (and is awaiting Gov. Hochul's signature), plus the latest on the education budget, where cuts approved by the city council are still in flux.