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Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers
What is Hapé? The ceremonial tobacco snuff

Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 47:34


In this episode of the Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers podcast, Dr. Steve Thayer and Dr. Reid Robison discuss the origins and uses of hapé, the tobacco snuff used by the indigenous cultures of the amazon basin for thousands of years.(1:27) Steve's and Reid's hapé meditations(4:41) What is hapé?(6:35) Historical use hapé(7:17) How hapé is prepared(9:15) The varieties of the hapé experience (17:45) Waking Up Course, with Sam Harris(19:13) Dosage considerations(20:56) The ordeal (22:20) LSD episode (24:30) Tobacco snuff usage in the post-colonial era (27:25) Sourcing, nicotine concerns, and responsible use(30:17) Hapé research and possible carcinogens(33:00) Oomancy, scrying, and other mystical practices(37:00) The synergy between science and spirituality; rationality and intuition (44:16) Dangers of nicotine addiction with hapéEmail us questions and feedback at psychfrontiers@novamind.ca Learn more about our podcast at https://www.psychedelictherapyfrontiers.com/Learn more about Novamind at https://www.novamind.ca/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drstevethayer/https://www.instagram.com/innerspacedoctor/https://www.instagram.com/novamind_inc/Disclaimer: The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice or mental health treatment. Consult with a medical/mental health professional if you believe you are in need of mental health treatment.

The Outdoor Biz Podcast
Over 20 Years of Merchandising, Buying, Product Development and Sourcing Experience with Retail Strategy Group Founder Liza Amlani [EP 341]

The Outdoor Biz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 31:47


Liza Amlani has over 20 years of Industry knowledge and Experience in Merchandising, Buying, Product Development, and Sourcing with Luxury and Mass Merchant Retailers in both Regional and Global markets and has some progressive thoughts on traditional retail business. We get into a little of that and plenty more in this wide-ranging conversation. Facebook Twitter Instagram   The Outdoor Biz Podcast   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!

Selling on eBay
eBay for Business - Ep 203 - Sourcing Insights with Terapeak

Selling on eBay

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 37:36


Give us a call - 888-723-4630 Send us an email - podcast@ebay.com visit us at ebay.com/podcast    Welcome to eBay for Business! This week, from the Seller Experience team, Terapeak Sr. Product Manager Lucan McRandall shares how to use the Terapeak Sourcing Insights feature to assist you in sourcing the right product for the right retail moment. Griff and Brian answer questions about Drafts, How to report technical issues, and a suggestion for returns based on the practices of another platform.  To have your questions answered on our eBay for Business podcast, call us at 888 723-4630 or email us at podcast@ebay.com.  To give us feedback, please take our podcast listener survey at (https://connect.ebay.com/srv/survey/a/sellerops.podcast)   00:01 - Intro 03:20 - Sourcing insights with Terapeak with Lucan McRandall 16:53 - Q&A and Outro   New links for Ep 203 Seller Protections Extended to Sellers Impacted in the Southeastern US - https://community.ebay.com/t5/Announcements/eBay-to-extend-seller-protections-to-sellers-impacted-by/ba-p/33117102 Monthly Chat with Lucan McRandall - https://community.ebay.com/t5/Monthly-Chat-with-eBay-Staff/Monthly-Chat-August-10th-at-1-00-pm-PT-How-to-use-Sourcing/m-p/33121526#M29605 Ep 183 Custom Label Hack - https://community.ebay.com/t5/eBay-for-Business-Podcast/Episode-183-USPS-Scan-Forms-amp-A-Custom-Label-Trick/ba-p/32795161 Share Technical Issues Community Forum - https://community.ebay.com/t5/Share-eBay-Technical-Issues/bd-p/technicalissues-db     Recurring Links / Phone Numbers / Hashtags Mentioned: 888-723-4630 - Call in Line  eBay Seller News Announcements - ebay.com/announcements eBay Community - ebay.com/community eBay Weekly Community Chat - ebay.com/communitychat eBay Help - ebay.com/help/home eBay Meetups - ebay.com/meetups Managed Payments on eBay - ebay.com/payments eBay for Business Podcast - ebay.com/podcast eBay Seller Center - ebay.com/sellercenter eBay Seller Hub - ebay.com/sh eBay System Status - ebay.com/sts explore.ebay.com facebook.com/eBayForBusiness eBay for Business Podcast Listener Survey - https://connect.ebay.com/srv/survey/a/sellerops.podcast #ebaypodcast

RNZ: Dateline Pacific
Entrepreneur sourcing international markets for premium cocoa

RNZ: Dateline Pacific

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:53


A Solomons entrepreneur is sourcing international markets for local farmers selling premium cocoa to the UK.

The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories
148 – How We Found Our Top 5 Wholesale Accounts

The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 14:25


Have you been struggling to find sustainable methods for identifying long-term wholesale accounts? In today's show we'll be unpacking the strategies that helped us find our top five wholesale accounts. From reverse wholesale sourcing to wholesale trade shows, we've got you covered! Listening today, you'll learn our tips for how to do research based on your competitors' storefronts, using an Amazon virtual assistant, as well as how your hobbies could help you discover a profitable niche item to sell on Amazon. We also discuss wholesale directories, including how to identify ones that are worthwhile and the best ways to navigate their contents. For inspiring advice on how to get great wholesale accounts, make sure you listen today! Snow Notes for this episode - www.fulltimefba.com/148 The Full-Time FBA Podcast Page - www.fulltimefba.com/podcast Subscribe to the Full-Time FBA Newsletter and get some helpful freebies - www.fulltimefba.com/

The Reseller Hangout Podcast
3 Tips To Rock Your Next Sourcing Trip To The Flea Market

The Reseller Hangout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 18:02 Very Popular


Check out our FREE Workshop: https://courses.fleamarketflipper.com/flipper-university-workshop-webinarYou can find us at: https://fleamarketflipper.com/

The Recruiting Brainfood Podcast
Brainfood Live On Air - Ep166 - Sourcing Candidates on Reddit

The Recruiting Brainfood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 69:54


Sourcing Candidates on Reddit   Reddit is one of the world's most popular websites with millions of visitors every day, and yet its comment based interface has proven to be a puzzle for most recruiters who might have found it too intimidating a place to source candidates. This is a shame as the demographic on reddit skews towards tech and engineering, some of the most in-demand skills in the current market place.   We need to get better at this, so today's Brainfood Live is going to be about how we get to grips with this platform and mine the gold that is right there at our fingertips   - What is Reddit? - How to understand the information architecture - How to search for subreddits - X-ray vs in-platform search - Identifying candidates on Reddit - Messaging etiquette - Advertising options - Building social capital - Following and being Followed   All this and more with Erin Mathew, Senior Tech Talent Sourcer, (PayPal) & Wim Dammans Recruiter (TenneT)   Episode 166 is supported by our buddies Join Talent Join Talent is EMEA's fastest growing embedded talent solution provider. We deliver a market-leading and super-agile boutique Project RPO solution for scaling businesses - supporting with hiring demand in tech, product, digital, design, commercial/GTM & corporate vacancies. If you're a recruiter looking to join a rocketship - you should  Join Talent

CX Files
Cheryl Paarwater - Call Lab BPO - Impact Sourcing And Creating Employment Opportunities With CX In South Africa

CX Files

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 26:05


Cheryl Paarwater is Managing Director at Enerlytics & Call Lab BPO. She is based in Cape Town, South Africa. In this conversation with Peter Ryan, Cheryl talks about the ongoing entrepreneurial nature of BPO and how CX is supporting career development in South Africa. https://www.linkedin.com/in/cheryl-paarwater/ https://call-lab.com/  

Wedded: The Wedding Planner Podcast
Cheers to the Freakin' (Wedding) Weekend — Everything You Need to Know about Planning a Weekend Wedding Experience

Wedded: The Wedding Planner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:18 Very Popular


Why have one day of celebrations when you can have many?! On this week's episode we're discussing full wedding weekends and their recent rise in popularity over the last few years–Tune in to hear our thoughts on these multi-day soirées, including tips for budgeting for numerous events, preventing guest burnout with too many activities, how to staff appropriately for such celebrations and so much more. PLUS: We talk through planner travel fees and whether it's better to charge a set amount for travel up-front vs. sharing an estimate initially and requesting reimbursement down the road. Discussed in this Episode: Cedar Lakes Estate (https://www.cedarlakesestate.com/) Visit Our Website:https://www.WeddedPodcast.comGrab Our Freebies And Planning Tools:www.WeddedShop.comEmail Us All Of Your Questions and Comments:Questions@WeddedPodcast.comFind Us On Social:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weddedpodcastRead About Our Hosts:Tracy Taylor Ward DesignWebsite: https://www.TracyTaylorWard.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tracytaylorwardShannon Leahy EventsWebsite: https://www.ShannonLeahy.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/shannonleahyevents

Riderflex
Nick Mattingly, Co-Founder & CEO; Switcher | Riderflex - Recruiting & Sourcing

Riderflex

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 58:54


Early Struggles In Building the Business - Nick Mattingly, Co-Founder & CEO; Switcher | Riderflex - Recruiting & Sourcing Nick is a livestreaming and social video expert. He leads the Switcher Studio team as CEO and co-founder. Since 2014, he has led the company to partnerships with Facebook Live, LinkedIn, Microsoft Stream, and beyond, and has garnered features in TechCrunch, USA Today, Inc. Magazine, and BBC. Nick is also a member of the highly competitive Endeavor Entrepreneur network. Switcher helps organizations and creators make affordable, high quality video. Switcher Studio lets you connect multiple iPhones and iPads to create unforgettable, multicamera live videos complete with text, graphics, editing, and effects. Share the moment with the world by streaming directly to Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Microsoft Stream, and beyond. Switcher Studio: https://www.switcherstudio.com Watch the Full Interview: https://youtu.be/l43QNOpioX8 On the Riderflex podcast, CEO Steve Urban interviews some of the most successful entrepreneurs, CEO's, and business leaders. Hear them tell the "REAL" stories of what it's like to start and lead businesses. Riderflex is a national, Colorado based, premier headhunter, RPO and employment agency; recruiting and searching the top talent for staffing your teams. Top Executive Recruiting Firm - https://riderflex.com/ Podcast sponsor: Marketing 360 is the #1 platform for small business and it's everything you need to grow your business. marketing360.com/riderflex #nickmattingly #switcherstudio #videocreation #podcast #interview #entrepreneur #ColoradoRecruitingFirm #TopExecutiveRecruitingFirm #staffingagency #employmentagency #headhunter #recruitingfirm #staffing #staffingfirm #Denver #Colorado #National #Riderflex --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/riderflex/support

The Guiding Voice
Neuro Linguistics Programming (NLP) | DEVI GNAANASEKAR | #TGV247

The Guiding Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 25:36


BASICS OF NLP - NEURO LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING | DEVI GNAANASEKAR | #TGV247All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become~The Buddha Tune into #TGV247 to get clarity on the above topic. Here are the timestamp-based pointers from Devi Gnaanasekar's conversation with Naveen Samala0:00:00 INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT SETTING 0:02:45 Devi's PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY AND THE TOP 3 THINGS THAT HELPED IN His/Her SUCCESS0:06:45 History of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)0:09:18 What is NLP all about?0:12:00 HOW brands are using NLP?0:15:10 How can we use NLP positively?0:18:00 How to avoid getting trapped by NLP techniques that people use for enrolling in their courses0:20:00 WITTY ANSWERS TO THE RAPID-FIRE QUESTIONS0:22:00 ONE PIECE OF ADVICE TO THOSE ASPIRING TO MAKE BIG IN THEIR CAREERS 0:24:30 TRIVIA ABOUT NLP ABOUT THE GUEST:Devi Gnaansekar is an Engineering professional with expertise in Design , Engineering , Tendering & Sourcing for Electrics of Power Station.She is also NLP trainer. Connect with Devi Gnaanasekar:https://www.linkedin.com/in/devi-gnaanasekar-51b54837/CONNECT WITH THE FOUNDERS ON LINKEDIN:Naveen Samala: https://www.linkedin.com/in/naveensamalaSudhakar Nagandla: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nvsudhakarFOLLOW ON TWITTER:@guidingvoice@naveensamala@s_nagandla See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Chain Reaction
Tangent: Investing in Web3 Founders as an Angel Collective w/ Jason Choi

Chain Reaction

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 49:35


Jason Choi is the Co-founder of Tangent, a collective of successful founders and experienced operators in crypto, investing in Web3 founders. We discuss the premise for an angel collective over other structures, sourcing and filtering deals, potentially scaling Tangent's structure, and much more. Show Notes: (00:00:00) – Introduction. (00:01:23) – Jason's experience at Spartan Group. (00:07:27) – What is Tangent? (00:13:20) – Landing the perfect deal. (00:16:52) – Sourcing and filtering deals. (00:22:38) – Scaling Tangent. (00:24:24) – Adding value to founders / Profit-taking. (00:29:41) – Thoughts on investment DAOs. (00:42:05) – Investing in the application layer. (00:46:30) – Why start Tangent vs. being an angel investor? (00:48:00) – Closing thoughts. Social links: Jason's Twitter Tangent Twitter Resources: Tangent Website What is Tangent? Tangent Application Form More

Property Magicians Podcast
Episode 124: From sourcing deals for investors to investing in multi-lets

Property Magicians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 71:21


In this week's episode of the Property Magicians Podcast, we talk to Thapelo Mokau, a flight engineer and property investor.   He bought his first property in 2019 when he qualified as a flight engineer. He was planning to stay at the property but he attended a real estate seminar where he was told there were a few strategies he could use.   He started with sourcing, where he looked for property for investors. He started by engaging with other sourcing agents and started building a relationship with various people in the real estate industry.   He bought a property in Boksburg that was a buy-to-let, he got tenants to pay money into his bank account and then used that track record with the banks to show that he was receiving money from tenants and also receiving his salary.   His second property was a multi-let in Kempton Park - he explained his requirements to a real estate agent and everything went well. He is planning to use the cash flow from the property to build and extend the property so he only uses bank money to buy the property. He explained that his strategy is to grow his asset base and use different avenues to grow his portfolio. This is another educational podcast.    Tune in!

Arkansas Inc - Arkansas Economic Development Commission

In this episode of the Arkansas Inc. Podcast, AEDC Marketing Director talks with Aimee Fisk, director of Walmart's U.S. Manufacturing and Sourcing division. Aimee Fisk talks about Walmart's ninth annual Open Call event, Walmart's commitment to U.S. manufacturing, and more.

The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories
147 – Creative Places to Find Profitable Inventory to Sell on Amazon

The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 15:54


At times, sellers may feel uninspired by regular inventory and not know where to find something different to sell on Amazon. Believe it or not, you can find inventory to sell virtually anywhere you go! Today, we are looking at some creative places you can find inventory to sell on Amazon. We discuss the importance of thinking outside of the box when looking for inventory and keeping your eyes open to potential inventory wherever you go! To be inspired by some of our wacky and unexpected ‘gold mine' inventory finds, listen today! Snow Notes for this episode - www.fulltimefba.com/147 The Full-Time FBA Podcast Page - www.fulltimefba.com/podcast Subscribe to the Full-Time FBA Newsletter and get some helpful freebies - www.fulltimefba.com/    

Inspired Ideas
HR Huddle: Sourcing Methods to Hire Your HR Leader

Inspired Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 24:35


In the August 1, 2022 HR Huddle, Jennifer Wilson and Renee Moeldesr discuss tips for successfully staffing your HR team and recruiting the right person to lead them. Join us live every Monday at 4:15pm CT/5:15pm ET to exoplore the latest trends in talent management and HR! 

SCIT Supply Chain Inside Talk.
#21 SCIT | Ökologische Nachhaltigkeit in der Supply Chain – die Verladerperspektive – ein Expertengespräch (I)

SCIT Supply Chain Inside Talk.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 19:14


Im #21_SCIT begrüßen Ihre Hosts, Marcus Schriefers und Wolfgang Stölzle, unseren ersten Gast, Herrn Holger Langbein, von der Robert BOSCH GmbH, in der neuen Reihe zum Thema „Ökologische Nachhaltigkeit in der Supply Chain“. Herr Holger Langbein ist bei der Robert Bosch GmbH im Corporate Supply Chain Management tätig und u.a. verantwortlich für den End-to-End-Process ‚procure to pay‘, Transport, Packaging, Forgain Trade, Qualität und Sourcing. Herr Langbein zeigt eindrücklich die Entwicklung von BOSCH vom Motto der 1970er Jahr „sicher-sauber-sparsam“ in die Gegenwart und weiter. Wie sieht er aktuell aus, der Carbon-Foot-Print? Nachhaltigkeit ist eng mit dem Einsatz von alternativen Antrieben verbunden. Welchen Weg geht der Verlader gemeinsam mit seinen Logistikdienstleistern und was erwartet man von ihnen? Neben neuartigen Technologien spielen digitale Errungenschaften eine zentrale Rolle, spricht man über Nachhaltigkeit. Bislang fehlen noch die Standards, aber BOSCH engagiert sich intensiv im Used Case Catena-X, um auch dieses Ziel mitzugestalten.

New Paradigm Human
BONUS: Sourcing Happiness and Satisfaction from Within

New Paradigm Human

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 9:09


I have an excerpt to share with you from my new exclusive podcast from the Sacral Being Toolkit! In this one, we're talking about why it's important for Generators and MGs to look within for happiness. If you'd like to hear the rest of the episode, check out the Sacral Being Toolkit: https://puregenerators.mykajabi.com/sacral-being-toolkitSupport the show

Streams of Income
How Jeff went from Working at a Factory to a Six Figure Ecommerce Business. - 155

Streams of Income

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 43:52


In this episode, Ryan chats with Jeff Clark who started his online selling career in 2006 and built a one-man, six-figure business primarily on Amazon and eBay. This episode is full of awesome sourcing tips and even a neat story of God's restoration.   Links Get a $1 trial of the Treasure Hunting Profits Group - https://treasurehuntingprofits.com/jeff

The Investor Lab
Will Interest Rates Continue to Rise? with Charley and Grant

The Investor Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 40:04


Today's show is a little bit different…  Friends of the channel, Charley Valher and Grant Merriel, recently asked me to hop on their show, Full Stack Business Owner – so I did, and some really interesting topics came up.  Join us as we have an awesome talk about rising interest rates, building wealth when interest rates are high, forecasting interest rates, and more! If you love this episode, let us know by emailing us at til@dashdot.com.au, and don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share this podcast!  See you on the inside!    In this episode, we cover: Why interest rates are going up [03:29] How interest rates affect loan affordability [07:44] Wealth creation in business and property when interest rates are high [15:18] What will happen to interest rates in the coming years? [21:52] Should interest rates be a deciding factor for business owners? [26:17] Sourcing true and accurate information [35:03]    About our Guests: Charley Valher and Grant Merriel are the hosts of Full Stack Business Owner – a podcast that exists to help entrepreneurs overcome their limits. The show is dedicated to sharing information, insights and tools to help business owners build a stable, thriving business that unlocks their money and life goals.   Links from the Show: Full Stack Business Owner Website (https://www.fullstackbusinessowner.com/)    Connect With Us: See our other Podcasts: https://theinvestorlab.com.au/ Watch on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/c/TheInvestorLab)  Listen on Spotify (https://spoti.fi/3Np19x8)  The Dashdot Website (https://www.dashdot.com.au/) Limitless: The Renegade's Guide to Building Wealth Through Property - Goose McGrath (https://www.renegadespropertybook.com) Ready to work with us directly? (https://dashdot.com.au/discovery) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SuperFeast Podcast
#171 How I Formulated the JING Blend with Mason

SuperFeast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 57:01


Today is the first of many podcasts to come, where we take a monograph-style deep dive into herbs and blends within the SuperFeast apothecary. Being 30 days of JING- and being our star foundation blend, it felt fitting to start with the JING blend.  In dialogue with Sophia- a long-time SuperFeast team member, stellar human being, and herb educator, Mason discusses the process of developing the JING blend, its beautiful balance of Yin/Yang herbs, and why it's an essential foundational blend for most people. We use the term foundational because the JING blend specifically focuses on servicing blood, core energy, libido, bones, marrow, longevity, brain capacity, youthfulness, buoyancy, and general hormonal regulation. In short, it's the blend to go to when you start to feel exhaustion and fatigue settling within your system. In this episode, Mason talks in depth about Jing essence- the driving force, resilience, and momentum that allows us to meet life with optimal capacity and stay grounded through the most challenging and animated times. As with everything we do at SuperFeast, the intention of evolving towards elderhood with grace and ease is bound to our Jing essence- our ability to cultivate, store and use it wisely. Mason goes through the individual herbs within the JING blend detailing their herbal actions, why he incorporated them in the blend, and the organ systems they tonify and work through. It's one thing to take a herb/blend and see results as they permeate through the body- but to understand the herbal actions and grasp how they work within your system- while feeling that action and seeing results takes healing to another level. Mason also weaves in a few of the mystical lore-based Classical Chinese Medicine stories behind some of the individual herbs, taking us back to the magical roots of this revered ancient herbal system.   Mason and Sophia discuss: -Jing, Qi and Shen. -Jing and Lung function. -Jing and Spleen function. -Jing and Kidney function -Prenatal and postnatal Jing. -Herbal actions of the JING blend. -Signs of Jing depletion within the body.  -Why JING blend is great for menopause. -How JING blend stops premature ageing. -When to incorporate JING blend into your life. -JING testimonials that have transformed lives. -How the JING blend services the Kidneys and Lungs. -Sourcing regions and Di Dao for each of the herbs in JING blend. -JING blend; a great grounding-introductory product to the SuperFeast range.   Check Out The Transcript Here: https://www.superfeast.com.au/blogs/articles/jing-with-mason-ep-172  

The Mindful Movement Podcast and Community
Supporting the Companies that Support You | Interview with John Wood from US Wellness

The Mindful Movement Podcast and Community

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 74:40


Support the practices that support you. Cherishing the soil and honoring the animals. Sourcing food from farmers who share your values.  In this episode, Les chats with John Wood from US Wellness. John has an inside perspective of the food industry and shines light on some important aspects that are crucial for the sustainability of not just our health, but the health of the planet. Enjoy the episode! Please support John's work, and The Mindful Movement by voting with your dollars on your next food purchase. John has offered a https://www.kqzyfj.com/d7108mu2-u1HJIIOOPQMPHJMMPMMRQ (15% discount for our listeners when using the code TMM.) Let us know what you think! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Les and Sara on social media to stay up to date on the latest from The Mindful Movement: https://www.instagram.com/themindfulmovementpodcast/ (INSTAGRAM - @themindfulmovementpodcast) https://www.facebook.com/themindfulmovementpodcast/ (FACEBOOK)  https://www.youtube.com/c/TheMindfulMovement/ (The Mindful Movement YouTube Channel) https://www.youtube.com/c/TheMindfulMovementinMotion/ (The Mindful Movement in Motion YouTube Channel ) Join Sara from The Mindful Movement for this https://www.themindfulmovementcourses.com/foundations-of-meditation (FREE 7 Day Foundations of Mindfulness and Meditation Course.)

A-Players - Build teams of top performers.
Garrett Lewis, tech sourcing lead at Grammarly. How to build a thriving & strategic sourcing team.

A-Players - Build teams of top performers.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 30:44


Too many companies believe sourcing is an entry-level job. This is the worst way to look at a very critical function. Sourcing is NOT an entry-level job for recruiters! And Garrett is as convinced as I am. Garrett joined Google when the company had 35,000 employees and left the company 7 years later when they were 180,000. Today, he builds the tech sourcing team at Grammarly. So who better than Garrett to reveal to us in this episode the secrets of how to build and manage best-in-class sourcing teams. Here's what you'll discover in this new episode: -How to radically change your vision of sourcing -How to structure a sourcing team -How to decide on the right recruiter-to-sourcer ratio? 3 to 1, 2 to 1, 1 to 1? -What are the standards for a sourcer in terms of number of emails sent per week, open rate, and reply rate? -How to find, manage and optimize sourcing data To follow Garrett on LinkedIn, click here. To follow me on LinkedIn, go here. Finally, to know more about what we do at HireSweet, click here.

The Nick Huber Show
EP 57: Sharing my operations, deal sourcing and more!

The Nick Huber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 15:53


Nick answers questions about his operations, underwriting, deal sourcing and more!   We're hiring! Visit: https://sweatystartup.com/hiring   Check my free resources about Real Estate: https://sweatystartup.com/courses/   Read the full show notes here: https://sweatystartup.com/the-nick-huber-show/ Join my Real Estate community here: https://sweatystartup.com/rec   Special thanks to the sponsors: •https://junipersquare.com •https://recostseg.com/   Twitter Growth Mastery Course: https://sweatystartup.com/twitter Want to hire me as a consultant? Click here: https://sweatystartup.com/storage   Have some questions? Send me an email and I'll feature you in the next episode: nick@sweatystartup.com

Edible-Alpha® Podcast
Hill Valley Dairy Broadens Family Legacy

Edible-Alpha® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 62:50


In Edible-Alpha® podcast #115, Andy talks with Ron Henningfeld, founder and cheesemaker at Hill Valley Dairy in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Sourcing milk from his family's small dairy farm nearby, the company sells a wide variety of artisan cheeses at local shops, farmers markets, and restaurants and recently opened its own downtown storefront. Ron loved growing up on Romari Farms and wanted to stay involved in some capacity. He studied ag education and biology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he began dabbling in cheesemaking, but only as a hobby. After teaching high school for a few years, he decided to pursue his passion, hoping cheesemaking would someday lead him back to the family farm, now owned by his oldest brother. But first Ron had to hone his craft. He apprenticed at UW's Babcock Hall, then took a job at a creamery, and then helped open Clock Shadow Creamery in Milwaukee in 2012. These experiences taught him the art, science, and nuances of cheesemaking and helped him broaden his skillset. Eventually, Ron felt ready to strike out on his own. In 2016, he and wife Josie launched Hill Valley Dairy, with Ron as the cheesemaker and Josie in charge of marketing. By renting production space from Clock Shadow, their operating costs were quite low, allowing them to self-finance the business. They also started small, making 50 to 100 pounds of cheese every few weeks to sell at two farmers markets. Hill Valley Dairy stayed hyperlocal for the first few years, building a following with delicious staples like cheddar, gouda, and cheese curds. But as they gained more traction and demand, they added more wholesale accounts and launched unique artisan varieties, including two prizewinning cave-aged hard cheeses, Luna and Alina. Today, Ron produces 500 pounds of cheese a week, using almost 20% of the milk his family's farm produces. Still renting space from Clock Shadow, he takes a truckload of milk to the creamery each week, makes cheese, then hauls it back to the farm to age, cut, package, and distribute. The couple's two young daughters love helping out, making Hill Valley Dairy a true family business. Earlier this year, Ron and Josie opened Hill Valley Cheese Shop in downtown Lake Geneva, a bustling tourist town between Madison, Milwaukee, and Chicago. They sell their own products, of course, plus cheeses from other local artisans, and soon they'll add a cheese bar to make it more experiential. Now with more overhead and infrastructure, Ron and Josie have brought in outside capital and financing. They received a value-added producer grant (VAPG) in 2018, which they qualified for because his farmer brother owns a small part of Hill Valley Dairy. This past winter, they scored a Wisconsin Department of Agriculture grant to do a feasibility study on building their own creamery. Most recently, they opened a line of credit with a local bank to help buy equipment and build up their brick-and-mortar space.   Tune in to get the full scoop on this growing Wisconsin food business's inspiring trajectory!

Scottish Property Podcast
Sourcing over £3,000,000 of property for clients in 2 years with Eimear Gourley

Scottish Property Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 56:42


In this episode, Nick and Steven chat to The Northern Irish property girl, Eimear Gourley about how she built a sourcing business during Covid and how she has been prolific in this job to source £3,000,000 of properties for clients in such a short time.We talk about the following:* Creating a sourcing business through Covid* Starting 18 months ago* Building a client base through linkedin* The power of social media for a new business* Mindset of juggling a new business with 3 kids and a full-time job* transitioning into working full time in property* What the future now looks like with a life in propertyHow to get in touch:Instagram: @ni_propertygirlPROPERTY NETWORKING:  Book your ticket for a Scottish Property Podcast networking event near you.Visit scottishpropertypodcast.co.uk for ticket links⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Hope you find it useful and we would appreciate it hugely if you could find time to leave a review on Apple Podcasts.  Connect with us on social media:  Join the Scottish Property Podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/628274537711227/Steven Clark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stevenclark84/Nick Ponty on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nick_ponty/ Email us: Steven@steven-clark.com Nick@arcproperty.uk

AM/PM Podcast
#299 - Sobering Insights About E-commerce Sourcing & Logistics in 2022

AM/PM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 56:40


In this episode, we welcome Steve Simonson to share his insights on what's currently happening and where the future is headed in the world of sourcing and logistics.

Wedded: The Wedding Planner Podcast
Please Be Seated: The Real Deal on Escort vs. Place Cards

Wedded: The Wedding Planner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 20:49 Very Popular


This week we're diving deep into the details, discussing all things escort and place cards! Whether you're wondering what the differences are between the two, when to incorporate each into your events or just want to know what our favorite escort card displays have been to-date you've come to the right place. Plus, we answer one listener's question about budgeting and the benefits of discussing both all-in and per-person budgets when connecting with prospective clients. Discussed in this Episode: The Event Prep Hacks You Didn't Know You Needed (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-event-prep-hacks-you-didnt-know-you-needed/id1551208110?i=1000525727873) Yonder (https://yonderdesign.com/) Visit Our Website:https://www.WeddedPodcast.comGrab Our Freebies And Planning Tools:www.WeddedShop.comEmail Us All Of Your Questions and Comments:Questions@WeddedPodcast.comFind Us On Social:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weddedpodcastRead About Our Hosts:Tracy Taylor Ward DesignWebsite: https://www.TracyTaylorWard.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tracytaylorwardShannon Leahy EventsWebsite: https://www.ShannonLeahy.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/shannonleahyevents

Climate 21
Climate And Sustainability As Drivers For Digital Transformation - A Chat With Gordon Donovan

Climate 21

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 28:36


Is climate a driving force for Digital Transformation in companies? And what role does sourcing and procurement play?In early 2022, Economist Impact conducted a global survey of 430 C-level executives across various organisational functions to explore how their businesses and industries are transforming procurement to meet existing and emerging challenges.To find out the results of this survey, I invited Global Market Research Director, Procurement and Supply at SAP Gordon Donovan to come on the podcast to discuss it.We had a fascinating conversation covering why sourcing is important to climate, how organisations are responding, and regional differences in the data.I learned loads. I hope you do too.Links:The Economist Impact Report And the external workforce reports are here and here.If you have any comments/suggestions or questions for the podcast - feel free to leave me a voice message on my SpeakPipe page, head to the Climate 21 Podcast Forum, or send it to me as a direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. Audio messages will get played (unless you specifically ask me not to).And if you want to know more about any of SAP's Sustainability solutions, head on over to www.sap.com/sustainability, and if you liked this show, please don't forget to rate and/or review it. It makes a big difference to help new people discover the show. Thanks.And remember, stay healthy, stay safe, stay sane!Music credit - Intro and Outro music for this podcast was composed, played, and produced by my daughter Luna Juniper

The Property Podcast
ASK342: What's the best path to £2k per month? PLUS: What is deal sourcing?

The Property Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 7:09


It's our favourite time of the week - Rob & Rob are back with another round of listener questions.  First up, this listener wants to know the best way to achieve his goal of a passive income of £2,000 a month.  He's figured out that to achieve this he'd roughly need around seven buy-to-let properties, and he's got a few ideas of how he can get there.  He's recently completed a flip with a friend and has around £75,000 in profit that he can use to invest again.  Should he continue flipping until he has enough cash to purchase all seven buy-to-lets at once, or should he purchase a couple of buy-to-lets now, let the market do its work, refinance and then purchase more properties later on?  Next up, we've got a question from Kieran in London.  Kieran's recently come across the term ‘deal sourcing' and he wants to know what it's all about. What exactly does deal sourcing mean and is it a good idea?  Tune in to hear what Rob & Rob think.  Do you have a buy-to-let or property investment related question for Rob & Rob? You could feature on the next episode by giving us a call on 013 808 00035 and leaving a message with your name and question (normal UK call rates apply).   Or if you prefer, click here to leave a recording via your computer instead.  The next question on Ask Rob & Rob could be yours.   Have you joined us over on the Property Hub Forum yet? Our online community is friendly, informative, and the members are waiting to welcome you with open arms. So, get yourself over and introduce yourself.  And if you'd like to find out more information about Portfolio you can do that here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Buy Box Bandits
Online Arbitrage Sourcing Secrets With Avery, Billy & The Bandits

Buy Box Bandits

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 59:38


In this episode, the boys sit down with Avery and Billy discussing sourcing secrets with Online Arbitrage!

The Talent Angle with Scott Engler
SPOTLIGHT: Sourcing Nontraditional Talent with Martha Ross

The Talent Angle with Scott Engler

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 23:19


In this Gartner Talent Angle podcast, labor market expert Martha Ross explores how non-college-educated talent can excel at organizations with the right on-the-job learning opportunities. She offers tactics for organizations seeking to diversify their recruitment strategies and improve sourcing of underrepresented talent. Martha Ross is a senior fellow at the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program. Ross researches and writes about workers and the labor market, with a focus on low-wage and underemployed workers, the education and employment experiences of 18- to 24-year-olds, pathways to good jobs for young adults, and COVID-19's disproportionate impact on these talent segments. She has a master's degree from the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration and a bachelor's degree from Colorado College. *This episode is an excerpt taken from our 2021 interview.

Lunch With Norm - The Amazon FBA & eCommerce Podcast
Sourcing Products in Mexico 2022 - Worth it? w/ Omer Dar - Ep.313 - Lunch With Norm

Lunch With Norm - The Amazon FBA & eCommerce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 52:35


On today's Lunch With Norm, we are joined by the Vice President of Witrek, Omer Dar! We are talking about sourcing products in Mexico. Find out why Mexico and more importantly, why now? Also learn the advantages and main issues of manufacturing in Mexico. Omer Dar is a serial entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in different industries ranging from biotech to experiential marketing. He has lived and worked in 4 continents and studied both in Europe and in the US. This episode is brought to you by Post Purchase Pro Post Purchase PRO specializes in helping Amazon sellers create more sales, ranking, and reviews through post purchase marketing. Finally your email marketing can be actively managed by professionals with over 30 years experience so you can focus on running your business. Increase repeat purchases, drive better organic search term ranking, get more reviews, and build a real asset. For more information visit https://www.postpurchasepro.com/lunch This episode is brought to you by Startup Club Startup Club is the largest club on Clubhouse supporting the Startup ecosystem. Startup Club offers an exciting sense of belonging to established and aspiring entrepreneurs, startup businesses, and companies wanting to Learn, Connect, and Grow. Join us for conversations with founders, entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, subject matter experts, and more. For More information visit https://Startup.club In this episode, we are joined by Omer Dar the VP of Witrek! Today we are discussing why Amazon sellers may want to consider sourcing products in Mexico. Omer focuses on helping companies manufacture their goods in Mexico from A to Z, making sure the process is as transparent, cost-effective, and easy as it can be. This episode is brought to you by Startup Club, Post Purchase Pro, and HONU Worldwide.

The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories
145 – Tool Review - RevSeller Online Arbitrage & Wholesale Sourcing Tool

The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 9:53


Introducing an online arbitrage (and wholesale) sourcing tool Stephen and Rebecca both love. Listen today to hear all about the mechanics of using RevSeller, and how having all the information together in one place helps us to make better sourcing decisions. You'll also hear about the additional information RevSeller offers in the form of parent/child variation sourcing, sales trends and patterns, as well as quick results on whether you are approved to sell any particular item. We touch on ways RevSeller makes our lives more convenient, from quick links to cutting back on research time. We can't imagine doing online arbitrage (or wholesale) sourcing without RevSeller. Snow Notes for this episode - www.fulltimefba.com/145 The Full-Time FBA Podcast Page - www.fulltimefba.com/podcast Subscribe to the Full-Time FBA Newsletter and get some helpful freebies - www.fulltimefba.com/

Amelia's Weekly Fish Fry
Fast Times in Supply and Demand: How the EDDI Report Can Help Determine How Difficult Sourcing Will Be

Amelia's Weekly Fish Fry

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 15:00


“What gets measured gets improved.”  - Peter Drucker In this week's Fish Fry podcast, Daniel Schoenfelder from Altium joins me to discuss the EDDI (Electronic Design to Delivery Index) report, how it can help you source components for your next design and what it can tell us about where the supply chain stands today.  Also this week, I take a closer look at a new machine learning algorithm developed by the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory that can predict how long a lithium-ion battery will last.

tech 45'
#50 - Forte et saine expansion chez un livreur de courses à domicile - Paul Lê (La belle vie)

tech 45'

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 49:22


Un parcours totalement atypique dans la French Tech. Des parents qui ont fui la guerre du Vietnam, Paul Lê vit toujours à Evry avec son épouse et ses 2 petits garçons. Ce grand fan de rugby accorde plus d'importance à l'implication de ses équipes qu'aux diplômes qu'on lui présente. La Belle Vie est devenue ces 2 dernières années un champion de la livraison en région parisienne, de l'alimentaire et plein d'autres produits. Sourcing des produits, logistique, recrutement des préparateurs de commandes, au vu des défis à relever, beaucoup se sont cassés les dents dans l'univers startup, à la fin ça termine toujours pareil ; on jette l'éponge, on fusionne avec un concurrent ou l'on se fait racheter. Paul et sa team, eux, sont toujours là, plus de 7 ans après la création. Aujourd'hui , l'affaire tourne même très bien : des centaines de salariés et des ventes qui représentent des dizaines de millions d'euros. Dans cet épisode : Son parcours Son regard sans concession sur le Quick commerce (Gorillas, Gopuff, Gettir, etc.) Ses ambitions pour les prochaines années Aller livrer ailleurs en France, c'est pour quand ? Vidéo tournée avec French Doers Paul Lê a l'entrepreneuriat dans le sang (article Maddyness) Interview de Paul datée de mai 2018 (par ma pomme)

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited
(July 15, 2022) Sourcing & Vetting Vendors for Your Real Estate Investing Business

Learn Real Estate Investing | Lifestyles Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 37:06


Since success as a real estate investor starts with building a power team to support the process, Andy Webb talks today about sourcing, vetting, and maintaining relationships with vendors for every part of your rental real estate business. Click to Listen Now

Road To Freedom Pod
EP 579 - Sourcing for Amazon FBA

Road To Freedom Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 18:34


In this episode, we discuss how sourcing for Amazon FBA can sometimes get monotonous, but can lead to bigger opportunities down the road if you stick it out.    Hosted by Matt Sulava Instagram: @mattsulava Twitter: @mattsulava July 14, 2022

Simple Farmhouse Life
141. Traditional Eating When You Have Food Sensitivities | Dr. Ashley Turner of Restorative Wellness Center

Simple Farmhouse Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 51:01 Very Popular


It is simple to embrace traditional ways of eating when there are no food groups that are off-limits to you. But when you or someone in your family lives with a food allergy or sensitivity, even meals made with the simplest of ingredients can become a challenge. As a mother and functional medicine practitioner who has walked the path of food sensitivities with her own child and many patients, I knew Dr. Ashley Turner would be the perfect person to join me in this conversation! We also delve into the topic of supplementation. In holistic and functional medicine spheres, it can be easy to get overwhelmed at the vast array of supplement recommendations and options. Dr. Ashley shares her simplified approach to supplementation that won't break the bank. Whether there are food sensitivities in your house or not, you'll learn so much from this episode about gut healing, the immune system, beneficial supplements, food sourcing, and more! In this episode, we cover: Replacing dairy milks with DIY options How you can make sourdough bread without gluten Making dairy-free yogurt at home Sourcing quality dairy-free and gluten-free ingredients Tips for finding local food sources Nature's multivitamin: the one food you should consider adding to your daily diet A minimalistic, whole-foods approach to supplements Ashley's process of figuring out exactly what healing her daughter needed Going beyond food sensitivity testing to get to the root cause The best supplements to have on hand to use when needed Thank you to our sponsor! Toups and Co Organics uses nourishing, organic ingredients to create simple and safe skincare products. Toups and Co is offering my listeners 10% off any one purchase with the code FARMHOUSE. Visit ToupsandCo.com to order today. And check out my interview with the founder of Toups and Co, Emilie, to find out more about this amazing company and their products. CONNECT Dr. Ashley Turner of Restorative Wellness Center | Website | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Pinterest Lisa Bass of Farmhouse on Boone | Blog | YouTube | Instagram | TikTok | Facebook | Pinterest GET MORE FROM THIS EPISODE Watch this episode on YouTube. View full show notes and transcript on the blog.

Real Women Shine With BeachCandy Swimwear
Fine Jewelers Since 1985 ft Josette Patterson - Stay Small & Profitable | The Real Women Shine Podcast

Real Women Shine With BeachCandy Swimwear

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 37:15


Trailblazers in the fine jewelry world since 1985, listen as Josette recounts the tipping point with their brand, Mark Patterson Jewelry decades ago. Selected for a partnership with Tiffany's & Co. while displaying their collection at their first jewelry trade show in NYC. Sourcing diamonds and gems from around the world and find out her creative secret to success. Josette is one of the most humble, hard-working, and talented artists we have had the pleasure of knowing. Prepare to be inspired by Josette's journey, clarity, and candor. And to all artists out there, this one's for you. As a jewelry designer, painter, sculpture and visionary, Josette recommends you go your own way and stay out of the corporate world -- stay small and stay profitable she says! Josette & Mark Patterson Jewelry -- www.markpatterson.comLearn more -- BeachCandySwimwear.com

China Manufacturing Decoded
How to keep your supplier's costs under control? - Sourcing from China (Part 9)

China Manufacturing Decoded

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 43:10


In this episode... We wrap up our mini-series of episodes on how to do your own sourcing from China today. Sofeast's CEO Renaud Anjoran has talked you through every stage of the sourcing process, from finding suitable suppliers, negotiating, getting your products manufactured, and building lasting relationships with them. The final topic focuses on improving existing supplier performance, in particular: How to keep their costs under control. If their costs are lower, your costs are lower...   By the way, this is part 9 of 9 of this mini-series, and if you want to go back and listen to every earlier part of this series check out the links below.   Show Sections 00:00 - Greetings 00:58 - Brief recap of last week's episode about the EU Ecodesign regulation You can listen to both parts on this topic here (Part 1) and here (Part 2). 04:31 - Why should we be concerned about our suppliers' costs? 07:45 - Who may be able to influence their supplier to undertake work to take control of costs. 10:28 - Using sourcing as a tool to control costs. How factory owners or key customers can get their/their supplier's costs under control? 12:48 - 1. You find out what is driving their costs by visiting. 15:47 - 2. Stop buying in large quantities and making large batches. 21:39 - How to make suggestions to the supplier that they will listen to. 26:34 - 3. Tackle manufacturing aspects that are hidden costs. 29:21 - 4. Find hidden office costs. 35:11 - How does India differ from China? 36:44 - Summarising keeping costs under control. 38:11 - Mini-series wrap-up.   Related content... Part 1: Good Fit, Sourcing, Vetting, & Backups [Podcast] Part 2: Negotiations, Terms, Leverage, & Quality Standards [Podcast] Part 3: Project Management & Checking Quality Early [Podcast] Part 4: Final Inspections [Podcast] Part 5: Building Rapport [Podcast] Part 6: Hands-on or hands-off buyer? [Podcast] Part 7: How To Develop Your Chinese Supplier? [Podcast] Part 8: How To Improve Quality From Your Supplier? [Podcast] Quality Assurance In China Or Vietnam For Beginners [eBook]

Active Energy Podcast
Extreme Heat & The US Electricity Shortage: Exploring Solutions

Active Energy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 14:35


Four Schneider Electric energy and sustainability experts explore the risk for electricity blackouts affecting significant portions of the US amid this summer's heat wave. Sourcing and Risk Management representatives from the Sustainability Business join leaders from the US Microgrid team to discuss the issue from a variety of viewpoints, including options to consider now and for the future. :::::: Resources: · Learn more strategies to mitigate energy risk in an era of Increasing volatility · Watch the recording of our 2022 Global Energy Outlook webinar: The Energy Trends to Watch · Follow Sustainability Business on LinkedIn for access to real-time insights and our latest blogs, videos, eBooks & more ::::::

Prime Talk - eCommerce Podcast
SN26 - Amy Wees - Mexico Sourcing Hacks for Amazon Sellers

Prime Talk - eCommerce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 44:28


In this Sellernomics Podcast episode, Amy Wees of Amazing at Home will also talk about the key differences in working in countries that are not as developed as China (including the USA!). What you can expect when sourcing from Mexico and Latin America (customs and negotiations). The things you didn't know you could do in Mexico. #AmazonMexico #AmyWees

School Counseling Simplified Podcast
99: Sourcing Classroom Lesson Topics

School Counseling Simplified Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 12:58


Are you unsure what to teach during classroom lessons? Is coming up with ideas for meaningful and impactful lessons overwhelming? This episode is for you! As counselors, we have A LOT on our plates and coming up with lesson ideas for each grade for the entire year can seem daunting and stressful.  Today, we are diving into ways to come up with lesson ideas stress free and simple! Gone are the days of wondering how you will think of topics for all of your classroom lessons! I am giving you seven places you can get ideas for lessons from, tips to implement lessons from these sources, and my favorite ways to utilize these lesson idea sources.  Show Notes: https://brightfutures-counseling.com/podcast-episodes/classroom-lesson-topics Resources Mentioned: 15 Strategies to Engage your Students During Class Lessons Second Step - FREE cheat sheet! My Mouth is a Volcano Inch and Miles Needs Assessment Meet the Counselor Lessons Join my school counselor membership IMPACT here! Connect with Rachel on social media: TpT Store Blog Instagram Facebook Page Facebook Group Pinterest  Youtube If you are enjoying School Counseling Simplified please follow and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Creativity in Sourcing and Ethically and Legally Funding Niche Deals

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 23:34


  Byron Elliott is a Founding Partner of Three Pillars Law. He focuses on supporting real estate syndicators through the acquisition, due diligence, closing, entity formation, and private equity offerings. His continued support includes contract drafts and reviews, lease agreements, and general legal consultation. He has successfully supported syndication deals in self-storage, RV Park, manufactured housing / mobile home, and mixed-use asset classes, and has personally invested $13,000,000 in multiple asset classes. Highlights:   00:00 - 06:42] Opening Segment: Who is Byron Elliott Byron Elliott is a real estate syndication attorney and an active and passive investor with over 100 units. He has also been in the army for 24 years. He retired from the army and attended law school at the University of Denver. Byron transitioned from general practice to the real estate space, specifically the syndication side of the house.   [06:42 - 13:25] Boutique Firm Offers Syndication Advice to Keep Clients Safe Boutique firm with four full-time staff and focus on syndication Offers due diligence, transactional assistance, and mentorship Concerns about co GP model come from potential for overreaching and SEC scrutiny   [13:26 - 20:06] What should we do as passive investors  8% of 50,000 over the life of the deal, or until some hurdles met and it's retired, or it can be 8% based on the capital account, the balance in the capital account right now The interplay is how you characterize the return of each dollar that goes back to the investor.  Every single dollar that goes back to the investor reduces the capital account. you can see over time that 8% preferential is less Other sponsors treat the preferential almost like a return on an interest payment.  And that'll be reflected in the K1. [20:07 - 23:00] Closing Segment Reach out to Byron Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “There are lenders out there who will loan up to 40% of the after renovated value of the property on a fixed 20 year note. And you don't make a single payment until a year after the project's complete. So if you imagine combining both of those programs, it makes some of these historic properties that people are pretty fearful of. Otherwise, it makes them pretty interesting from an economic perspective”  -  Byron Elliott ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Byron by visiting his website www.3pillarslaw.com Or email him through: byron@3pillarslaw.com You may also call him through: (303) 319-5317 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] Byron Elliott: There are lenders out there who will loan up to 40% of the after renovated value of the property on a fixed 20 year note. And you don't make a single payment until a year after the project's complete. And so if you imagine combining both of those programs, it makes some of these historic properties that people are pretty fearful of. Otherwise it makes them pretty interesting from an economic perspective.  [00:00:34] Sam Wilson: Byron Elliott with three pillars law as a real estate syndication attorney and an active and a passive investor with over 100 units, Byron, welcome to the show. Thanks  [00:00:43] Byron Elliott: man. Appreciate it. Thanks for  [00:00:44] Sam Wilson: having me on absolutely. The pleasure's mine, Byron, there are three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. [00:00:51] Sam Wilson: Can you to tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:54] Byron Elliott: So a little bit of my background. I'm a retired army officer. I was in the army for 24 years. The last few years of that attended law school at the university of Denver. And, at the same time that I was getting ready to retire and transition out of the military. [00:01:09] Byron Elliott: Kind of pivoted from doing general practice, type work into the real estate space, specifically the syndication side of the house. And so we've been doing that for a few years now. Really enjoy it on the legal side of the house, working with new clients first, second, third time syndicators. [00:01:26] Byron Elliott: And then we also invest, so we're active operators in a couple properties as well in a pretty niche asset class. So wear two hats, pretty much all times  [00:01:36] Sam Wilson: That's really, really interesting. I mean, a lot of times we get, you, your syndication attorney, isn't also an active investor. [00:01:43] Sam Wilson: So I think that's pretty cool that you get to understand kind of both sides of it on the deals that you are doing on your own. Are those deals that you're also raising money for?  [00:01:51] Byron Elliott: We have, we've done a couple. So what's kind of nice about that is I can get a little creative with the type of assets that, that we syndicate for on the personal side, because for me. [00:02:01] Byron Elliott: It's great professional development on the legal side of the house. So to your point, if I'm working with a syndicator, who's looking to get into mobile home parks. Well, I can talk a little bit more about mobile home parks, I think, than the average syndication attorney, because we own two of them. [00:02:15] Byron Elliott: So we raise money for those deals makes Fs historic properties. We've got some little boutique hotel properties and then, kind of the standard single family, duplex short term rental stuff. Feel pretty well versed in multiple asset classes.  [00:02:29] Sam Wilson: Yeah, I'd say so that, that is quite a mix of asset classes. [00:02:33] Sam Wilson: Was that intentional to get into all of these or were these just deals that just came to you? And you said, man, that makes sense.  [00:02:40] Byron Elliott: Yeah. So we actually intentionally invest in a certain part of Colorado. And so while some people just niche down on one asset class and they'll look all across the country, we like to be able to visit our properties in a given day. [00:02:53] Byron Elliott: So everything is, go once a week to the properties, we make sure we've got boots on the ground. We've got a good property management team. So when the opportunity presents itself, regardless of asset class if we do the underwriting, the deal makes. We'll take a look at it.  [00:03:08] Sam Wilson: Wow. That's really cool. [00:03:09] Sam Wilson: I love that. And you mentioned something there for a moment where you talked about historic tax properties. I had a guest come on the show or historic properties. I had a guest come on the show recently that was using historic tax credits and a, it was a really interesting interview. [00:03:22] Sam Wilson: And I hate to say it, but I can't remember what the episode number was. We'll have to go back and find that for the show notes, but is that something you guys are using as historic tax credits in order to, to renovate these proper.  [00:03:33] Byron Elliott: We do. And we actually, we use three programs that although, you're navigating multiple lenders and multiple programs, especially government programs, it takes a little bit more time. [00:03:43] Byron Elliott: It's a little bit more tedious, but we utilize the sale of historic tax credit. So we find a building that is on the national historic registry. It's either in a, in a national historic district. And it shows as a conforming property or it's listed on their by address. So that's kind of step one is you identify, the property. [00:04:03] Byron Elliott: So when you're out driving around, looking for an opportunity, you see something with boarded up windows on the second floor, we'll pull it up on a national historic registry, make sure it's a, it's a contributing property. And there's a couple things you gotta do. You have to submit a what's called a part one, which is basically yes or no, it's a historic property. [00:04:19] Byron Elliott: Part two is taking your scope of work that you want to do. So whatever renovations or improvements you wanna put it on this part, two application. So I've got a really good architect who does that for us. And then once that's approved, You go ahead and execute your scope of work, renovate the property. [00:04:34] Byron Elliott: You close it out with a part three, which is basically somebody comes and certifies. You've made the renovations in accordance with the standards from the part two, and you can actually recoup up to 55% of your overall renovation costs and tax credits. And so that's a, that's a beautiful thing. Even better is you can, there's actually a market for these. [00:04:53] Byron Elliott: So on one hand, you can either use the tax credits and reduce your taxable income over a certain period of time. Or you sell 'em on this market for 90 cents on the dollar and recover a whole bunch of capital. Right? So. Yeah, it's a, it's a beautiful program. And then we couple it with a program called pace, which some people are familiar with. [00:05:12] Byron Elliott: It's a nationwide program that has to be adopted at the state level and in further adopted at the county level. But if you can work through a pace program, basically it's taking that same scope of work and identifying what are the energy efficient or water conservation improvements that you're making on the building. [00:05:27] Byron Elliott: And then there are lenders out there who will loan up to 40% of the after renovated value of the property on a fixed 20 year note. And you don't make a single payment until a year after the project's complete. And so if you imagine combining both of those programs, it makes some of these historic properties that people are pretty fearful of. [00:05:46] Byron Elliott: Otherwise it makes them pretty interesting from an economic perspective.  [00:05:50] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah, no, that's that's, that's really, really interesting. And do you guys, you said there was like three or four programs you mentioned there, so you've got the standard historic tax credits, then you've got pace. Is there anything else in there? [00:06:01] Sam Wilson: I, I  [00:06:01] Byron Elliott: missed. Yeah. So the solar energy stuff. So that's, that's part of the pace project anyway. And so you can get that and finance it on a 20 year note, but you get 26% tax credit for whatever your cost was and same thing you can sell those credits or you can keep 'em.  [00:06:16] Sam Wilson: Wow. That's really cool. [00:06:18] Sam Wilson: How fun is that, man? You got your hands in a lot of different stuff. Thanks for taking the time to kind of break down just a, one of the nuanced investments that you guys are working on. I really wanna spend the rest of the time here on this show though, talking about three pillars law, talking about what you guys do on the syndication side of the house and really just getting your, getting a feel from you from, from what you're seeing in the. [00:06:39] Sam Wilson: From what you're seeing and how, how investments have changed. Can you, can you kind of just give us a state, I guess, a state of the union from a from an attorney's perspective on, on, on the opportunities you're seeing come to you to get syndicated, how have they changed? Where are we where, or even just, where are we right now? [00:06:54] Byron Elliott: Yeah. So I guess a little background about our firm. So we're kind of a boutique firm. We're in castle rock Colorado, about 20 miles south of Denver. We have four full-time staff and then we're structured in a way where we have of council attorneys who can add additional expertise or additional bandwidth if needed. [00:07:12] Byron Elliott: And so. We offer due diligence. We offer transactional assistance, but probably 80 to 90% of our work is the syndication stuff. Most of our clients are our first, second, third time syndicators. So for us, that's a lot of fun. We really enjoy the clients. They're energetic, they're motivated. They're very receptive. [00:07:33] Byron Elliott: And, and we have the opportunity to kind of walk them through all the various parts of an offering. Like what are, to your point, the structuring big movement right now with lots of co GP activity going on. So I'm seeing a lot of that is people who would probably be nervous about syndicating a deal on their own. [00:07:49] Byron Elliott: Otherwise you see a handful of 2, 3, 4 cogs working together. Bringing capital and conducting additional activities beyond just raising capital, but working together, pull deals together. It it's a lot of fun.  [00:08:02] Sam Wilson: Are there, are there risks that you're seeing people are taking in the co GP model that you look at it and you go, this is an unnecessary risk. [00:08:10] Sam Wilson: And if so, how do you mitigate it?  [00:08:11] Byron Elliott: Everyone's, everyone always kind tries to push a threshold. Right. Trying to maybe base a co GP interest solely on the amount of capital that's raised. Right. It seems like a neat, easy formula. Whoever brings. Whatever percentage of the capital to the deal gets that same, proportionate ownership, interest of the GP. [00:08:31] Byron Elliott: And that's just to me that's not good business, I think there's some better ways to craft the deal where you're still meeting what the SEC's looking for in terms of avoiding kind of a broker dealer arrangement. We're talking a little bit beforehand is. Every time, the S E C relaxes a definition. [00:08:46] Byron Elliott: So in this case made a little bit easier to raise capital, relax, the accredited Def accredit investor definition. I always get concerned that people that try to push the threshold even further, especially on the heels of relaxing the rules a little bit makes me a little bit nervous. And so. [00:09:01] Byron Elliott: Constantly coaching, mentoring about, changing the structure in a way where it doesn't reflect a proportional ownership interest based on the amount of capital raised. Right. so yeah, there's, there's always a little bit of risk there. the fee structure sometimes I think is something that we need to pay attention to. [00:09:18] Byron Elliott: So depending on the type of deal that the sponsor's doing, and I'm just assuming this is an operator, right? Not a, not a fund to fund just capital razor type, but right. The sponsor, right? Depending on the type of deal that they're doing, there's certain fees that are customary and, and make sense. But both from an investor optics perspective and maybe from an S sec scrutiny perspective, we just wanna make sure that those fees are aligned with the actual activities being performed. [00:09:45] Byron Elliott: And what's customary in the standard for that work being performed. So, for example, everyone's familiar with a value add opportunity. So you, you find a property that's underperforming for some reason, bad management, mom and pop owners who haven't raised rents there's expansion opportunities, there's upgrades, whatever it may be. [00:10:04] Byron Elliott: So you, you, you find this property, you do capital raise for it. And for the first fall to 18 months, there's kind of a renovation our expansion effort that goes into that. And so, your typical sponsor fee, which I think is, is customary, for the sweat equity involved in risk incurred, I think is, is totally fine. [00:10:23] Byron Elliott: You got an acquisition fee to help kind of recoup some of the costs up front. Right. And then, maybe a construction management or project management fee is okay in that context, because you are managing a project you're working with a GC or subs. If it's a development play, a developer fee is perfectly customary. [00:10:40] Byron Elliott: Right. But I think when people start trying to take all of those fees, but they're not vertically integrated where they're actually performing all of those activities, I think that gets problematic.  [00:10:50] Sam Wilson: So you're saying on a, on a development fee, if they're, if they're just third party and all of it, maybe even then you're going, okay, well, that's, that's, you're not actually doing the work and you're still taking the fees. [00:11:01] Sam Wilson: Is that what I'm hearing? Or am I missing  [00:11:02] Byron Elliott: something? Yeah. Yeah. I think that's problematic. Right. If you're outsourcing everything and, but you're trying to take a, the same fee, the same fee that you're paying a third party, I think that's problematic. Right,  [00:11:13] Sam Wilson: right. Yeah. That's interesting. And what do you think? [00:11:15] Sam Wilson: And again, I know this is kind of probably. Not not subjective is that's the wrong word I'm looking for? Hypothetical, but what do you think are some of the, the problems that that creates is that because we then could get scrutinized by the S sec and then they're gonna find problems with the way that we're taking fees. [00:11:30] Sam Wilson: And like, I don't know. Can you, can you walk us through the problems that could  [00:11:32] Byron Elliott: generate. Yeah, I think there's, there's really two, two problems that you're looking at there. One is from, like I said, an investor optics perspective. I mean, at some point, other than maybe friends and family, they're, know, getting there and scrutinize your private placement memorandum and take a look at how much, how much fees you're taking out. [00:11:47] Byron Elliott: And if, if you're not providing those services, I think that's kind of a non-starter. I think there's some trust issues there, from. An sec perspective. I think at the end of the day, you're concerned about a, a material misrepresentation or omission. And so maybe you're taking fees that you didn't outline in the PPM. [00:12:03] Byron Elliott: Maybe you are taking some cut of the raise that you didn't outline in the sources and uses statement. So, just want to be really neat and clean on the PPM and, and make sure that you're operating agreement lines up with what you're suggesting you're gonna take in fees and when, when you take 'em. [00:12:20] Sam Wilson: Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. And when, and that's that's, that's it, man. I've, I've seen some deal docs here recently that have come come to me and they've just, they've not been. Like I read through 'em and I'm like, okay, this is a problem. Like, this is not as clean as this should be. Are there things that we as passive investors, some high level things as passive investors, we should be doing just as a cursory scrutiny of of deal docs that may kind of weed out some of these issues early on. [00:12:49] Sam Wilson: If we're looking at it from a passive investor perspective,  [00:12:51] Byron Elliott: Yeah. So I'd take a hard look at always the definitions, right? Words have meaning. And so the definitions in the doc itself, particularly when it comes to distributions are very, very important. So let me give you an example. Let's just take a very basic deal, right? [00:13:08] Byron Elliott: 8% pre some 70, 30 split, whatever it may be is pretty customary right now. The definition of the preferred return could be a number of things. So the preferred return could be based on a percentage of an original capital contribution. So the first 50 K and it's steady. 8% of 50 K over the life of the deal, or until some hurdles met and it's retired, or it can be 8% based on the capital account, the balance in the capital account right now, where the interplay is, is how you characterize the return of each dollar that goes back to the investor. [00:13:44] Byron Elliott: So some operators, well, every single dollar that goes back to the investor reduces the capital account. So then you can see over time that 8% pre is less and less. And. Right. Other sponsors they'll treat the pre almost like a return on an interest payment. And that'll be reflected in the K one. And the capital accounts only reduced when there's something distributed above the pre right. [00:14:06] Byron Elliott: That's probably middle ground. Right? The, the previous example was very sponsor friendly. This one's middle ground, right. And very investor friendly is, capital is, is only returned at some sort of liquidity that. So you get your pre and you get your split and then capital is returned, at a refinance or, or dissolution. [00:14:22] Byron Elliott: So those definitions are pretty important to take a look at in the waterfall and then making sure you understand where you are in terms of, of priority. So one of the things that we're seeing right now is a lot of people are starting to implement preferred equity positions. Hmm. Right. And so, if you really dig into it, the detail, the details of what that preferred equity definition is, is, generally that person is first in priority after payment of expenses in debt. [00:14:50] Byron Elliott: Right? So before anybody else gets a single dollar, they get paid, whatever their, 10%, 12%. So their highest in priority. And you gotta take a look. If, if your offering has a preferred equity position and you're looking at a class B or a class C unit where you actually have an equity position, you could be lower in priority. [00:15:09] Byron Elliott: And your returns may not kick in for 2, 3, 4 years. Who knows? Maybe even at liquidity.  [00:15:14] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. And is that what we're seeing? What is, that being differentiated a lot in class, a class B shares, is that what you're talking about? When you say preferred equity, where it's like a class, a share and you may get a, a 9%, 9% return and that's all they get class a gets 9% class B might get 6%, but then have a 70, 30 split with the, with the sponsor. [00:15:35] Byron Elliott: That's exac that's exactly it. Right. And so people are, are using this structure really when they're trying to satisfy lender requirements. And so if a lender doesn't want the sponsor to be a hundred percent leveraged, right? So the sponsor goes out and does a debt offering and, and raises $300,000 in debt on a nine month, 12 month, 24 month  [00:15:54] Byron Elliott: note  [00:15:55] Byron Elliott: and then is trying to get a 70, 30 loan from the bank. I mean, they're a hundred percent leveraged. Right. And so, what the sponsor may do instead is have this preferred equity position that doesn't look like debt on the balance sheet for the company. it's important to note though, you still, I mean, from an underwriting perspective, a hundred percent leverage, you're satisfying that debt, that preferred equity on top, right. [00:16:16] Byron Elliott: That, there may not be a whole lot left to distribute. Right,  [00:16:20] Sam Wilson: right. Yeah. If you're class B or class C shareholder. Yeah. That's absolutely, absolutely. Right. And that's interesting though, because I see it from a different perspective, just in the sense that, that, that I kind of like the class, a class. [00:16:33] Sam Wilson: Share structure because I have, I have different classes of investors in my not classes, but I have different preferences of investors, diss satisfy. I've got some, some, 75, 80 year old investors that they don't really care about. A two X equity multiple in seven years. They want cash flow now. [00:16:48] Sam Wilson: And then I've got other investors that are, more my age and your age going, Hey, you know what? I probably don't need you to cash today, but I'd love to see this double in five. So I've used that as a class, a class B structure to kind of serve both of my investors. And haven't really thought about it from the perspective of what you're referring to. [00:17:03] Sam Wilson: When you say, Hey, this is being set up in order to satisfy lender requirements, but it does sound like a, a serious risk though. We need to be looking at and just considering what that, how much that preferred equity. Is, and I guess that's probably the next part of the deal is how much preferred equity is there in the deal. [00:17:18] Sam Wilson: If it's, 70% of the equity is preferred equity and 30% is, your class B shares, then, then it probably ha takes on a whole new, a whole new meaning versus maybe some other, other ratios  [00:17:28] Byron Elliott: in the deal. yeah, it you made a great point. I really liked the point you made about understanding your investors. [00:17:33] Byron Elliott: Right? And so I think people that are, that are newer into this field, they try to go with kind of a boiler plate approach, something very, very basic, but I think. It's a natural progression to move from that to really honing in on the type of investors you have and matching them with the type of offering that you're doing. [00:17:51] Byron Elliott: So to your point, there's some great opportunities out there for people that aren't looking to cash flow immediately because they're investing in self-directed IRA, they have a longer term plan. That's exactly right. And that's a really great point that we kind of tease out with our clients. [00:18:05] Byron Elliott: Each time we're working with kind of a newbie in the space.  [00:18:07] Sam Wilson: Mm-hmm . Yeah, that's really, really cool. I love that. Thanks for sharing the details on that. I think it's always important just as, as the, as the market evolves. And as, as the landscape is constantly changed to be looking at the various. [00:18:19] Sam Wilson: That both investors and sponsors are taken in saying, Hey, how, how do we classify these? I think, I probably don't look at the definitions as well as I should, as much as I rely on just talking to the sponsor and saying, Hey, is this a return on a return of capital? [00:18:31] Sam Wilson: But to your point, I myself, when I'm a passive investor in deals need to spend more time reading the definitions. So thanks for pointing that out. There's something that's kind of, speaking of risks and things that are going on the market right now. There is this, I don't even know how to put it, but there is a, a model of raising capital that I am personally unsure about. [00:18:51] Sam Wilson: And I've, and I've heard it, heard it touted from a few different angles and they call it this B to C 5 0 6 B to 5 0 6 B transition kind of syndication model, where they raise 5 0 6 B for 30 days and they shut it off. Wait 10 days and then go to 5 0 6 C and start advertising it. Have you heard of this? [00:19:08] Sam Wilson: And how do you feel about it?  [00:19:10] Byron Elliott: Yeah. So, we've seen some message traffic from some of my peers and then, some capital razors out there and obviously, the way you describe it, it sounds really enticing. If that's, if that's an opportunity, I would tell you our firm, we don't really have a position on it yet. [00:19:25] Byron Elliott: We've socialized it internally. And I've got some attorneys here that are very, very experienced, have actually worked with the S E C. Has socialized this internally with people at the sec. And there's, I, I haven't seen anything definitive. And so, our team is still kind of snooping around and taking a look at at what that looks like. [00:19:42] Byron Elliott: I'm also seeing. A lot of message traffic about people that are investing through a fund of fund model mm-hmm and, , there's, perhaps somebody who has a 5 0 6 C offering, it's a sizeable offering and it's structured in a way to incentivize people to go out and raise capital on every behalf. [00:19:59] Byron Elliott: Right? So to your earlier example, a class, a unit that comes in it's, $2 million minimum, and it's got a 9% profit. And then you have a class B unit. That's your typical retail investor? 50 K. Right. But they've got like a 7% prof, so that's teed up in a way to encourage somebody who has an investor network to maybe pull together a fund to invest in that offering. [00:20:21] Byron Elliott: And then somewhere, they can split the difference between the spread mm-hmm right. Something that concerns me a little bit is when you have a 5 0 6 C offering, that's supposed to be comprised of nothing but accredited investors. And then somebody's trying to set up a fund to fund structure with a 5 0 6 B offering, which is supposed to have that preexisting substantive relationship with each ind, each individual investor. [00:20:42] Byron Elliott: Well, Right there, in terms of looking through that 5 0 6 B offering, that there are non accredited investors in deal. so we're always kind of examining that and there's a lot of message traffic that gets promulgated out there in the various mastermind groups and social media platforms. [00:20:56] Byron Elliott: So, really gotta get into, to deal details and see if that actually makes sense or not. Yeah.  [00:21:03] Sam Wilson: That's that that's really sound advice. And I appreciate that. I mean, it's one of those things that I think, it's all hunky Dory until still until stuff hits the fan. And then everybody's, everybody's looking around for somebody to blame. [00:21:14] Sam Wilson: Like I think when, when the market's going up and everybody's making money, there's probably not much to worry about, but when, when there's blood in the streets, then you know, there's gonna be a select group of investors who are probably looking. For the sponsors that didn't do things the way they should, or maybe bent the rules a little bit. [00:21:29] Sam Wilson: And now is never is the time to do that, but especially not now. So I appreciate, appreciate your hesitancy and the risk aver. I hear in your voice when you tell me about those, those types of things going on. Cause it just, it just doesn't make sense. It it's, I think it's playing with  [00:21:46] Byron Elliott: fire. [00:21:47] Byron Elliott: Yeah. And I, and I would tell you, I'm pretty aggressive about my clients. Want to get something done. Try to figure out the way to get it done, and so my job is to scrutinize and, and, point out where there may be some red flags and some issues. But if we can, at the end of the day, meet the client objective, I'll still comporting with the sec requirements. [00:22:02] Byron Elliott: I mean, we'll do it.  [00:22:03] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. No, that's cool. Byron, thank you for coming on today. There's so many more questions I have. I know we're out of time. I've got lots of questions. This has been a blast. I've learned so much from you here today. Just on some of the risks that we're seeing, being taken on, cog risk, everything down to, taking a hard look at definitions and distributions. [00:22:21] Sam Wilson: You've been, been really, really good to have you on. And then also learn about historic tax credits and how you guys are finding opportunity in your own backyard to do a variety of really cool real estate opportunities and deals. So thank you again for coming on today. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you or learn more about three pillars law, what is the best way to do that? [00:22:39] Byron Elliott: Yep. So obviously we've got a website, right? Who, who does business now a day without, without a website. But you wanna reach out to me personally? It's my first name's Byron, B Y R O N at the number three pillars, law.com. cell phone (303) 319-5317. I love talking about real estate. I like navigating problems. [00:22:58] Byron Elliott: I like talking to people that are putting deals together, so feel free to contact me personally.  [00:23:03] Sam Wilson: Awesome, Byron, thank you again. Appreciate your time today. Thank you so much.  [00:23:06] Byron Elliott: Thanks really appreciate the opportunity.  

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 18:52 Very Popular


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The Full-Time FBA Show - Amazon Reseller Strategies & Stories
143 – 10 Mistakes Even Smart Amazon Sellers Make

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 22:56


We all know that our listeners are smart Amazon sellers purely based on the fact that you want to learn and grow! However, even the best sellers make mistakes sometimes. Today on The Full-Time FBA Show, we are listing 10 mistakes that even smart Amazon sellers make. These mistakes are broken down into two categories; sourcing mistakes and mistakes in running your Amazon business. Listening today, you'll hear about mistakes such as not checking current stock levels, only sourcing within your comfort zones, ignoring customer service, ignoring negative feedback, and not following up on reimbursements you are owed by Amazon. We also tell you how to avoid some of these mistakes and provide you with tools to help with better selling practices. Snow Notes for this episode - www.fulltimefba.com/143 Subscribe to the Full-Time FBA Newsletter and get some helpful freebies - www.fulltimefba.com/ The Full-Time FBA Podcast Page - www.fulltimefba.com/podcast

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 158:44


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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 158:44


Setting up mail and contact sync on an iPhone. Replacing or repairing a MacBook Pro with a malfunctioning keyboard. Troubleshooting Wyze Cam connectivity issues. Sourcing parts for a custom-built PC. Using online manuals for family tech support. Unclogging an InkJet printer's printheads. Troubleshooting battery drain for a SimpliSafe keypad. Logging in to Gmail on an iPhone. Finding a replacement for Quickbooks. Plus, conversations with Johnny Jet, Scott Wilkinson, and Dick Debartolo. Ignoring the Jan. 6 hearings? Michael Luttig explains why you shouldn't. - The Washington Post @judgeluttig (@judgeluttig) / Twitter Gmail - Email by Google on the App Store Add an email account to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - Apple Support DM-50D - Pioneer DJ - USA Turntables, Home Theater Surround Sound Speaker Systems and Home Audio Products | Fluance MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 Keyboard Replacement - iFixit Repair Guide Refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Air Apple M1 Chip with 8‑Core CPU and 7‑Core GPU - Gold - Apple Wyze Cam v3 | Wired Security Camera How to reset your Wyze Cam v3 – Wyze Amazon.com: 20Pcs Mounting Plastic Pins for Intel LGA 775 Socket CPU Cooler Heatsink Fans : Electronics LGA 1366/Socket B Computer Fan/Heatsink Brackets and Accessories for sale | eBay TCL Support Amazon.com: Amazon Brand - Solimo 99% Isopropyl Alcohol For Technical Use, 16 Fl Oz (Pack of 12) : Health & Household SimpliSafe Home Security Systems | Wireless Home Security Alarms ‎Keypads drain batteries in 1 week | SimpliSafe Community Use our built-in browser in QuickBooks Desktop Invoice and Accounting Software for Small Businesses - FreshBooks What's The Worst Thing About Having A Food Processor? | Giz Wiz Biz Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Mikah Sargent, Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1907 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy Sponsors: UserWay.org/twit meraki.cisco.com/twit itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30