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Our guest for today's podcast is Hailey Ji, Founder of HULA, a community-driven friend discovery platform that connects like-minded people and propels meaningful relationships through shared offline experiences. Another way to think about HULA is a Bumble or Tinder app to find friends to attend cool events together, whether it be a Coldplay concert or an anime themed launch party. I met Hailey at the Asian Hustle Network Conference in Las Vegas and I found her to be full of energy and optimism, two attributes that are definitely necessary for a start-up entrepreneur. Hailey is a USC graduate and, after spending 4 years in marketing and digital media working with iconic brands like HBO Max and Fox Broadcasting, decided to quit her job and go all-in on launching HULA. Hailey's inspiration for starting HULA was based on her own personal experience. In college, she was a big fan of Adele, yet none of her friends in her immediate circle shared her same passion for attending an Adele concert. She needed an app like HULA. As an Expat living in the U.S., Hailey deeply understands the current generations' loneliness and struggles of locating communities and making meaningful relationships, especially in metropolitan cities like New York City. Without further ado, here is our conversation with Hailey Ji.
The prophecy has been fulfilled. Two seals, of bloodied fur but full of life have been born. Thus the lights in the north have been witnessed. The Eskimo has been spotted coming from the fortress of emo. It turns out he has been working on some sort of kickstarter which can be found here: In more traditional news, we have manga. Tim has Guard Pass. We start off with two childhood friends, a girl and boy. The girl is obnoxiously into Brazilian Ju Jitsu and keeps begging the boy to come with her to train. He's fat and lazy so he never does. Until the day she gets beat up … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 472: A Kickstarter got Kick Started"
RT TV chop it up with Flakko about their come-up, making the big move from Rhode Island to LA, working with Issa Rae, DSmoke, backlash from Eminem Stans, and much more! https://www.instagram.com/poetikflakko/ https://www.youtube.com/c/RTTV2011/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_rttv_/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robcityrt/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patricrt/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wellz_rt/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dcz_worldrt/ ----- 00:00 Intro 3:18 Started forming as a group before college, inspired by Charlamagne 6:00 Got in the concert business, booked Bobby Shmurda super early, and did the interview 6:44 Beef with YG and DJ Mustard 8:38 Started Youtube in 2011/2012, booked/interviewed Durk, Herbo etc 9:43 Breakfast Club and Vladtv are their main inspirations + Booking artists in college, losing money 10:58 Watching Taxstone on Vladtv changed everything: “You have to do it to make shit happen!” 13:56 Reacting to 21 Savage, getting 20k views overnight, never stopped since then 15:04 Fifth Harmony reaction got crazy backlash 21:05 Flakko wanna know why they love anime 23:50
Justin Harztman is the Chief Executive Officer of CoinSmart Financial. He worked retail in his family's businesses, rising to managerial and buying positions. Understanding sales, forecasting, team management, and learning from others are what continue to drive him. Justin with his team owns and manages a large portfolio of websites and businesses. These fall into the B2B, B2C, and consumer content spaces. He is an avid traveler, investor, and knowledge seeker. He is also a Scotch enthusiast. Listen to this podcast and know Justin's amazing entrepreneurial journey. Please Enjoy! Would you please consider being 1% and leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/ iTunes if you enjoy the podcast? It takes less than 30 seconds, and it makes a world of difference in reaching new interesting guests! To sign up for Kevin's Podcast email Newsletter and to view the show notes & past guests please visit-https://officialkevindavid.com/podcast Follow Kevin: https://mmini.me/@FollowKD
Thanks for listening! Want to know more about Calvary? Visit calvary-church.com to get connected. Our mission is to continue what Jesus started! But what exactly did Jesus start? In this series, we're diving into the accounts of Jesus' ministry in the Gospel of John. From turning water to wine to feeding the 5,000, let's learn from Jesus' missional actions, understand the significance of God's original intention for creation, and discover how all of this can be applied to our own lives today. Live on Sunday, July 3, 2022.
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People always put you in a box when you have become successful in "the" one field and one genre. Sometimes, when people do try something new, that didn't usually work out for them.However, this is not what happened to Brandon Webb, a former United States Navy SEAL, SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, and author, and John David Mann, an award-winning author.They both went on from being successful in writing non-fiction to, now thriller novel writers that not just have one book, but a sequel to the previous book as well, Cold Fear.So, naturally, I have to have both of them on, to ask them, how did they do it? How did they transition from writing non-fiction to writing a thriller, and also, how to write a thriller novel?Visit Notepd.com to read more idea lists, or sign up and create your own idea list!My new book Skip The Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever you get your new book!Join You Should Run For President 2.0 Facebook Group, and we discuss why should run for president.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts:Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook
This is it. 100 episodes! When I first started this podcast back in February of 2021, I did it because I wanted to share the knowledge I had gained while studying for my horticulture degree. Other than helping our farm business, I didn't really have any plans for utilizing my degree after graduation. And, honestly, using it to help the farm would absolutely have been enough. There were things I learned in school that I hadn't learned through experience in my own gardens yet, so gaining that knowledge and then getting to put it into practice has absolutely been invaluable. And I think that's why I wanted to do something more with it, share it in some way. I am so excited to be sharing this journey with you and sharing our collective knowledge as we work toward our most productive dream gardens. This episode we are celebrating with some input from you telling me all about what you wish you knew when you started gardening, and I'll share some of my hard-learned lessons, too. Spoiler alert, I'm still learning. And every time I learn something new, I'm sharing it with you. Let's dig in to our 100th episode! Just Grow Something Gardening Friends Facebook Group Check out how you can become a patron on Patreon Follow me on Instagram JustGrowSomethingPodcast.com Merchandise | Just Grow Something Positively Farming Media Podcast Playlist on Spotify --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justgrowsomething/message
Madeleine Lambert is the driving force behind the business management and growth of Content Refined. As a young entrepreneur, she is always looking for different ways to improve the business for her clients and for her employees. She has a Bachelor's Degree with combined Honours in Legal Studies & Human Rights from Carleton University. After university, she traveled solo across the globe, and lived in Asia for a year. She and her partner are happily settled in their first home in Collingwood Ontario. They're expecting their first child in June 2018. Madeleine Lambert Vroom Veer Stories Madeleine is not only VERY pregnant; she was booked to MC a friend's wedding and her partner was out of town on business; sooo she's really counting on her lucky stars the baby doesn't show up too early She's having difficulty with scattered brain and is not her generally focused self; so she's frustrated with herself not getting things done; it is also a wake up call to get better at delegating to her team members Her dad was a faculty member of the university she attended; Madeleine pranked her Dad for April's fools and nearly killed him; when revealed as a prank; dad didn't talk to her for three days I mentioned the Joe Gebbia (founder of Airbnb) Prank Story from the Tim Ferriss podcast. After graduating from college she was desperately trying to fit into mold for a Master's Program; her dad suggested she should take a year and do something she had never done before; packed a bag and bought a one-way ticket and headed out on an adventure Started her trip in Canada; then headed to Europe and the middle east and south east Asia; lived in south east Asia for about year Learning about different cultural norms helps you to see your life in a new light; some places in the world there is no toilet paper and that's ok Embrace the Bum Gun The founders of the Tropical MBA podcast started a group called the Dynamite Circle, which Madeleine joined; she ended up being gifted a trip to a Conference in Bangkok by another member of the circle The surprising (maybe?) reason that Madeleine didn't drink at ALL during that conference; and then took another week "off" to work ON her business Madeleine Lambert Connections Content Refined: Website, Instagram, Facebook
Technology is transforming the future of real estate. Learn more about how managed Wi-Fi systems can provide added value and smart solutions to properties with our guest Todd Thorpe. Todd is the VP of Sales of Dojo Networks, a leading provider of high-speed data services focused on working with multifamily communities. He breaks down what makes a managed Wi-Fi system a valuable amenity to multifamily properties. He also goes in-depth on the process of installation, including the costs involved as well as the ancillary revenue that can be generated. [00:01 - 07:49] What is Managed Wi-Fi? Todd on his background and doing MDU sales The advantage of having a managed Wi-Fi system Designing a managed wi-fi for the best coverage and best experience [07:50 - 21:25] Adding Value with Managed Wi-Fi Increasing NOI and revenue through managed Wi-Fi How it can benefit the owner and the resident Uses of managed Wi-Fi in maintenance and security Reducing trouble and service calls How to seamlessly integrate a managed Wi-Fi system into a property [21:26 - 22:21] Closing Segment Reach out to Todd! Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “Once you put in a managed Wi-Fi system within that property, then you can start layering in all this other really cool technology… which again, that's what residents are looking for.” - Todd Thorpe “Managed Wi-Fi needs to be like running water or a light switch. You flip it on and you expect it to work. You don't think about it, right?” - Todd Thorpe “You're creating an environment where the resident is happy, they're more apt to renew the lease…'cause you're offering these additional types of amenities.” - Todd Thorpe ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Todd! Shoot him an email at email@example.com or contact him at 608-669-6514. Follow him on LinkedIn. Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Todd Thorpe: You're gonna pay that 20 to $25 per unit, but then you're gonna turn around and charge your resident, maybe $50, $60 per unit, an amenity fee or a tech fee. And then you're going to keep that difference. And that's where you are increasing your NOI and you're generating this ancillary revenue and you're still way below what the retail rate would be for the resident to go out and get internet on their own from the local cable provider or the local phone provider. [00:00:48] Sam Wilson: Todd Thorpe is a well respected multifamily veteran with over 30 years of industry experience. Todd, welcome to the show. [00:00:55] Todd Thorpe: Sam, thank you so much, man. [00:00:57] Sam Wilson: Hey, man, the pleasure's mine. There's three questions I ask every guest who comes in the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where's to start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? [00:01:05] Todd Thorpe: Okay, well those are pretty easy questions. So got my start in cable TV probably 30 years ago. So I'm kind of dating myself, right out of college. Started doing public access programming, kind of the, the Wayne's World thing and got into ad sales and then kind of got into sales, direct sales and have spent literally probably 20 years in MDU sales, multifamily sales from, from a telecom technology perspective. [00:01:34] Todd Thorpe: And I am in Greenville, South Carolina right now. So got out of the, the cold Northern Illinois, got sick of shoveling snow and move down here and love it. [00:01:46] Sam Wilson: And love it. Absolutely. Man, come on down the, the south. It's a good place to be so welcome. Question for you there, what, just for our listeners and for my own sake, I have no idea what MDU sales even means. [00:01:59] Todd Thorpe: MDU. So multi-dwelling unit. So you have your, your SFUs, which is your single family homes. And then you have MDU, which is multi-dwelling unit or multi-family. Okay. Multifamily properties. So student housing, your traditional or conventional multifamily, senior properties, and then affordable housing is also really big right now. [00:02:25] Todd Thorpe: And all of those types of verticals are deploying managed Wi-Fi. They're putting in technology now as an amenity for their residents, and that's a way to generate ancillary revenue, increase NOI on the property, which as a, as an investor, you know how important that is, 'cause you wanna increase your NOI and make the property more valuable and creating a, a marketing tool that attracts residents to your property versus the property across the street. Why should I rent from ABC property? Well, because they have all these great amenities, and they also have managed Wi-Fi, kind of turnkey. [00:03:11] Sam Wilson: Now, so that's part of the MDU sales is what you were talking about there when you say MDU sales, correct. You're looking at all of this tech package as a whole. [00:03:19] Todd Thorpe: Yep. Like a prop tech is kind of the big buzzword right now. And that includes managed Wi-Fi. And then once you put in a, a managed Wi-Fi system within that property, then you can start layering in all this other really cool technology, like smart thermostats, smart locks, creating that smart home or that smart apartment environment, which again, that's what residents are looking for. [00:03:47] Todd Thorpe: They want these, these amenities, 'cause they don't wanna have to go out and get it on their own. It's like going to a, checking into a hotel. Imagine, imagine checking into the Holiday Inn or the Hyatt or a hotel that doesn't have Wi-Fi right today. You wouldn't even think about that. 20 years ago, 10 years ago. It was all brand new. [00:04:07] Sam Wilson: Tell me about, I mean, cause this is really fascinating, 'cause I've not heard a lot of people spending a lot of time even, you know, investing in this sort of technology. It's kind of, I mean, obviously it's been around for a while, but the, I guess, putting it all together into a seamless package, I would imagine is kind of, kind of a problem. [00:04:24] Sam Wilson: One, how do you guys solve that? And two, is there a certain class of property this works in? Is it all class A, is it class B? What are we talking about? [00:04:33] Todd Thorpe: So, how we solve it is we take a real expert or consultative approach by guiding owners and developers, could be existing properties. [00:04:45] Todd Thorpe: It could be brand new developments, and we kind of guide them through that process. And just like an architect would kind of walk you through the best way to design your home or your new kitchen, we will walk them through how to design a managed Wi-Fi for the best coverage and the best experience for the resident. [00:05:10] Todd Thorpe: And as far as the class, it's class A, class C properties, it doesn't really matter so much, the class. Where it does start to make sense or maybe doesn't make sense are real small property. So if you get below 50 units, putting in a managed Wi-Fi system is probably not gonna be cost effective, but you get north of that, especially you get north of a hundred units. That's where it really starts to make sense. And we're, we're seeing a lot of success. That developers and, and owners are achieving, is value add properties where they're putting in, you know, in their underwriting and their proforma, they're making sure that there is capital funds not to just do landscaping and brand new fixtures, and paint, and kind of aesthetic things, but also, you know, and maybe putting in a new roof, they're also making sure that there's money set aside in that underwriting to install a managed Wi-Fi system, to start installing all that technology. So, Sam, it's all across the board, it's value add, and it's these real kind of sexy, resort style class A properties that are, you know, monster 10 story buildings and 500 units, right? [00:06:39] Sam Wilson: Do you guys do the actual installation of this or are you just consultants on this? [00:06:45] Todd Thorpe: Both. So we are a, a turnkey, soup to nuts provider. So we bring in fiber to the property and then we will either do all the low voltage running fiber and ethernet throughout the property, putting in access point in every unit and all the common spaces. [00:07:05] Todd Thorpe: And we also work with the owner and the developer, especially in new construction where they maybe already have a low voltage contractor and we will work with that contractor. They'll do all the wiring and then we just bring all the electronics, hook everything up, flip the switch on, and everything's working. [00:07:24] Todd Thorpe: And that's really what this is all about is managed Wi-Fi needs to just like running water or a light switch. You flip it on and you expect it to work. You don't think about it, right? We're talking, we got Wi-Fi going right now to, to keep this, this podcast going and you don't even think about it. You just start the Zoom, you start the podcast then going, just kind of rely on it. [00:07:49] Sam Wilson: Yeah. That's absolutely, absolutely true. On the value add side of things, obviously, for those of us who are buying value add multifamily properties, the thing we want to do is to increase rent. I mean, we wanna drive revenue. [00:08:02] Sam Wilson: And so give me, I guess, a general, if you can, a general case there of, say, Hey man, here's a hundred units. Here is the range that, you know, you could expect to spend. Here's what we see on an average rent bump. I mean, I'm sure you guys have some of those kind of basic metrics. Can you help break some of that down for us? [00:08:19] Todd Thorpe: Yep. Yep. So every situation's gonna be a little different, garden style versus mid-rise or high rise. If it is an existing property versus new construction, but by and large, kind of back of the napkin figures, you're looking at maybe 800 to a thousand dollars, a unit in CapEx cost, one time, you know, upfront costs. [00:08:49] Todd Thorpe: And then you're looking at around $20 to $25 a unit. And you're operating costs, you're monthly. So that's what you would pay us, but here's, here's the kicker. Here's the beauty part. Then this is where, where the NOI comes in. And this is where you, you drive that ancillary revenue. So you're paying maybe 20 and we've even seen it in the, the high teens. [00:09:16] Todd Thorpe: It depends on what kind of cost you can get from that bandwidth, fiber circuit coming into the property. But you're gonna pay that $20 to $25 per unit, but then you're gonna turn around and charge your resident, maybe $50, $60 per unit, an amenity fee or a tech fee. And then you're going to keep that difference. [00:09:40] Todd Thorpe: And that's where you are increasing your NOI and you're generating this ancillary revenue and you're still way below what the retail rate would be for the resident to go out and get internet on their own from the local cable provider or the local phone provider, right? So it's a win-win for everybody, the owner or the developer gets this fantastic what we call frictionless Wi-Fi experience. The resident doesn't have to go out and get the service on their own. And you're creating an environment where the resident then is, is happy, they're more apt to renew the lease. And first of all, they're more apt to just rent from you versus the property down the street, 'cause you're offering these additional types of amenities, valet services and you know, waste haul and you know, you got a pool and that's what residents are looking for is, and that's, you know, value add properties. That's what you're trying to do is increase the rent, right? And in some cases you're able to even do that. You're, you're able to increase the rent. You're able to add that maybe that tech feed to the rent because now you are giving them more value than they would get before. [00:10:57] Sam Wilson: Yeah. And so I guess that's the, you just have to include that, you know, the practically speaking, you have to include that in your lease upfront, you just say, Hey, all leases include a 50 buck tech fee, whatever it is. Of course. I know we're just talking back with the napkin numbers here, but every lease either you build it into the lease or you, you know, line item and out, and, but it's still a required, Hey, it's a $50 tech fee. What are things outside of smart locks and thermostats? I mean, I get it. People wanna pay for Wi-Fi. People may not care as much about smart locks or even smart thermostats. Obviously, as the building owner, we would care about things like that. And I guess as a tenant, you probably would too. If you could control your thermostat and have a lower utility bill. What are some things that are kind of on the horizon that you see where this could be the next level or the scalability of this PropTech platform? Like where, where do you want this to go outside of just maybe those three items? [00:11:49] Todd Thorpe: Well, so besides the, the thermostats and the locks, you're right. Not all residents want or need that. And it really depends a little bit on the property type. There are student housing properties where internet is a must. [00:12:08] Todd Thorpe: And that's where managed Wi-Fi started really taking off was in student housing because they live and breathe by that internet connection. They have to take their tests and, you know, that's, that's how they watch everything. They watch it on their phone. My kids had TVs in, in their bedroom growing up in high school and they never watched them. [00:12:27] Todd Thorpe: They were constantly on their phone, but, you know, from a, from a maintenance and a property standpoint, When you turn that unit by being able to, so it's an advantage for the resident, but it's also an advantage for the maintenance staff and the property staff, because now they can lower that or raise that temperature, turn on the AC, turn on the heat, lower it when somebody moves out. [00:12:54] Todd Thorpe: So you can just do that remotely. The whole lock thing, you don't need physical keys anymore. So you're saving money. You're saving time, you're saving resources. So there's an advantage of the resident experience, but there's also an advantage for the property itself. So you want to kind of weigh those options. [00:13:17] Todd Thorpe: Maybe you don't think that the resident would necessarily benefit from it, but the property could. So when you're adding and thinking about these amenities, you wanna kind of look at both sides, but then in addition to that, you can do video surveillance. You can put up cameras and things and, you know, affordable housing. [00:13:37] Todd Thorpe: We're seeing that, especially very prevalent, putting in security systems and things like that. Water and leak detection, so you can add those devices as well. Running toilets, busted pipe, especially in, in the, the north where it's cold, those types of services you can easily add once you have that managed Wi-Fi. [00:14:04] Todd Thorpe: And then there's just all the things that haven't been invented yet, right? That are, that are going to be coming that we just don't know. But as technology advances typically costs come down, the cost of bandwidth should go down over time and how much bandwidth you can, you can purchase and get usually increases just like technology and hardware. The flat screen TV today, you can buy for $300 and, you know, seven years ago it was $3,000. But the one thing that we do, Sam, is we make sure that we stay up on technology. We're always in the lab, we're testing the latest and greatest technology. We are an elite Ruckus partner. [00:14:50] Todd Thorpe: Ruckus is in the managed Wi-Fi space, in the hardware space is the best of the best when it comes to hardware for access points and switches. We only use the best because by doing that upfront and by being extremely proactive on the front end, that reduces your, your trouble call and your service call. [00:15:16] Todd Thorpe: So here's a, here's a statistic. On average, less than half a percent of our customers submit a troubled call or a service ticket on an annual basis. So less than half a percent and the industry average is 8%. That's a testament to, we're able to achieve those statistics because we do it right upfront. We answer the phone, our customer care answers the phone in 15 seconds, you're gonna get a live technician when you call in if you do have a problem, and our average speed to resolve a trouble ticket is eight minutes. [00:16:02] Sam Wilson: That's amazing. Tell me about this. You mentioned the word fiber. Is this available in areas where fiber hasn't yet made it? I mean, I know right now I'm in my own neighborhood and they're, they're, they're finally running fiber here and it's like, oh, that's cool. So is that, is that a prerequisite for you guys? Like, there has to be fiber in the area. [00:16:20] Todd Thorpe: Yeah. I mean, you, we can look at other options and you can feed a property with coax. That doesn't mean that it can't be done. And you can achieve some pretty great speeds over coax. So we never, we never wanna just say absolutely no. And we walk away from that opportunity. But there are certainly with, with the $65 billion that the federal government is, is doling out in ISPs and cable companies deploying fiber. [00:16:51] Todd Thorpe: And there's a lot of resources out there. Yeah. There's gonna be pockets of real, you know, urban areas where it's gonna take a while to catch up. But we were a nationwide company. We service properties all over the country and we have yet to be able to find an area where, I mean, we just have to say, no, sorry. There's just no fiber available. Most of the developments are in, you know, and that we're seeing, especially are in areas that are serviced and there's a lot of fiber providers out there. [00:17:26] Sam Wilson: Right. When does it make sense? I know you said class A, the class C, like, you can put it in any of it, but let's say we bought a property. And, you know, we've owned it for maybe a year or two. You've got people in the, you know, you've got a call, go back to the hundred units, 80 of those have their own internet connection. Everybody's got their own contracts that started at different times. How do you navigate that in the middle of an ownership, you know, period? Like, what do you guys say? Do you just go to all the residents and say, Hey guys, by the way, we're bringing in know, managed Wi-Fi, you know, cancel your contracts. I mean, what, what is, how does that process, that sounds like it could be a cumbersome integration. I'm sure you've got a solution to that. [00:18:09] Todd Thorpe: Yeah. And, and it's really not as complicated as you would like to think, but yes, we work through all of those logistics with the owner to make sure that we roll it out seamlessly to the resident. The key there is communication to the resident and there really are no contracts anymore. If a person goes out and they, they get their own internet service with the local cable company or the phone provider, you know, none of them really have contracts anymore. It's all pretty much once to month. So you don't have to worry about that. You know, you can cancel your internet, you know, pretty much at any time now. Your mobile bill, like your mobile phone, typically you have a contract there, but that's usually, you're just trying to pay off the phone too. But with the internet, you don't really have to worry about that. [00:18:58] Todd Thorpe: It's kind of a lease up and you're going to kind of ramp those people up. And we can certainly work with owners in some sort of ramp to kind of ease those residents in, especially if you know, you're talking literally, like you said, 80 out of a hundred units, probably 80 of those residents are gonna have internet. [00:19:21] Todd Thorpe: 'Cause when you think about it, That's the first thing, when you move into an apartment or a home, what do you have to do? I got to call the cable company. I got to get my internet set up. Even before you get there, you want to like it on and working. So, you know, it's just a, it's just a matter of kind of working through those logistics. [00:19:40] Todd Thorpe: We hand hold the, the owner, make sure there's no trip ups. The other key is, is to plan well in advance. So if you do have a contract, like you're the owner, and maybe you have a, a bulk agreement with the local cable company or the local phone provider, maybe you have bulk TV or something like that. You want to be well in advance of all of that. If you're building a property, you want to be at least 12 to 18 months out before your first certificate of occupancy. So just planning, and by planning ahead, you really minimize and reduce and kind of eliminate all of those, potholes that you might run into. [00:20:22] Sam Wilson: And I would imagine that as soon as we get a property under contract, correct me if I'm wrong, but that would be when we'd also wanna be reaching out to you and saying, Hey, we're under contract. This is something we'd like to implement. What is, what is, is even possible? What's it look like? And, and you guys can probably help guide the process from there. [00:20:39] Todd Thorpe: Yep. That's exactly it. Yeah and really like hold periods don't really affect it either. You know, a lot of people hold a property for five years. We've seen owners where they, they do that and they want to use this as a way to increase the value of the property. So when they do go to sell it, they can certainly increase the value. [00:20:59] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Yeah. I mean, just simple back of the napkin math, I think where we're looking at there, you said, you know, basically a thousand bucks, a unit. And if we had a hundred units, that's a hundred thousand dollars and if you're charging 25 bucks, we pay you 25 bucks a month. That's 2,500 bucks a month. We're charging 5,000. That's, that's a spread of 2,500 a month. That's 30,000 a year. So you're getting a 30% annualized return. That smells very good on a six, seven cap deal. [00:21:25] Todd Thorpe: There you go. [00:21:26] Sam Wilson: That's a win-win man. Todd, thank you for coming on today. I certainly appreciate it. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you, learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:21:34] Todd Thorpe: So I'm very active on LinkedIn, so you can look me up there. My email address is email@example.com or cell phone (608) 669-6514. [00:21:51] Sam Wilson: Todd. Thank you so much. Certainly appreciate it. Have a great rest of your day. [00:21:54] Todd Thorpe: You too, Sam. Thanks.
Nick tells the story of how he started his first moving company and how it lead to doing his first deal. Listen to the whole episode to find out more! 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 the Real Estate community here: https://sweatystartup.com/rec Special thanks to the sponsor: https://junipersquare.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: firstname.lastname@example.org
So I made a bit of a rookie error here. I started running conversion ads last week, and we got pretty good results. We sold 21 orders overall, 20 purchases of the offer and then 1 purchase of the upsell product, which is a markdown subscription to our on-demand training. And so I went in earlier this week and put more money behind it, and I wound up changing the conversion event and I didn't notice...
The Fireworks went off on a Carnival Cruise Ship, when a 60 person brawl broke out in the night club. What makes up a threesome? Is buying food for only your kid, that you have with a woman with multiple babie daddy's wrong? Let's talk about heartbreak.
Are you considering leaving your nine-to-five job to start a real estate investing business and achieve your personal financial goals? I know the thought of starting a real estate business, much less succeeding in it, can be daunting. But many others have taken the leap, found their niche, and gained success. There is no reason that you can't do the same. In this first episode of a three-part interview, former nurse, now real estate entrepreneur Alex Moore, talks about how she quit her 10-year nursing career and took the plunge into full-time real estate investing. She started Greywhale Capital from scratch and led the company to double year-over-year growth since. How did she do it? Listen now and get to know how Alex started and scaled a fast-growing real estate business.
This episode is part 2 of the stories that were told by viewers/listeners that we met at last weeks garage sale that we had in Iowa. Part 2 includes several more awesome deer hunting stories from Lincoln Mehlert and Grant Behrens. Then as the sale ended Ted and I talked with Caleb Drake and he told some deer hunting stories and we also got carried away talking about how we got into ground hunting. Big thanks to everyone who volunteered to tell their stories we had a blast hearing them! Topics Include: -awesome viewer stories about deer hunting -different strategies for hunting deer -how we got into hunting off the ground THP MERCH - https://bit.ly/30ZC1rm - Get 10% off THP Merch w/Code THPPODCAST GoWild - Save 10% on orders w/code THP - https://bit.ly/3i4c15r OPTICS - 10% off Vortex Optics w/code THP10 - https://bit.ly/3AOdKDQ TURKEY CALLS - Get 10% off Woodhaven Calls w/coupon code - THP2022 - http://bit.ly/2IagiSe MAPPING - Get 20% Off OnX Hunt! Use promo code THP: https://bit.ly/3qCKryJ BOW ACCESSORIES - Get 20% off TROPHY RIDGE products w/code - THP21 - http://bit.ly/2Lol7Yx BOWS - Save 10% off all Bear Equipment w/code THP10 - http://bit.ly/2JW7OzP TICK REPELLANT - Learn about all Sawyer outdoor products - https://sawyer.com/lyme-disease/ TRAIL CAMERAS - Get 10% off Exodus Trail Cameras w/ code - THP10 - https://bit.ly/3lwNlpE GAME PROCESSING - MEAT! products - Free shipping on orders over $99 w/code - THP10 - https://bit.ly/2DzgTQ8v TREE SADDLES - Check out Tethrd saddles and platforms! - http://bit.ly/2Td2Wcr Follow us on Facebook at The Hunting Public Follow us on Instagram at The Hunting Public
Some players were great in 2021, but a good chunk of their Fantasy points were on your bench. We bring on listener Dave Costello who compiled the Started Fantasy Points data (3:50) at each position and we talk about the players who were frequently in and out of starting lineups. Kirk Cousins, Mike Williams, tight ends who rely on touchdowns and more ... We discuss our current dynasty league which just completed its 2022 rookie draft (22:40). What order should the running backs have been selected? ... Your emails at email@example.com. We answer questions about our must-draft players (31:10), how to project a team with a new head coach and a new quarterback (33:00), how to draft in deeper leagues (34:30), salary cap drafts (40:15), Matt Ryan (43:10) and more Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs, Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Get 20% off Fantasy Football Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-football-today%20?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-football-collection Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jared brings on Larry Hurt, CEO of Bulk Insurance Group, to discuss why BulkLoads launched this new company. Bulk Insurance Group was officially launched on June 15 by BulkLoads founders, Jared Flinn and Matt Fredin. Check out Bulk Insurance Group: www.bulkinsurancegroup.com 417-590-8111
When was the last time any of you successfully repaired your phones (and used it for a while after)? If your reply is never, that is very much by design. Join the Simblified gang as we pick apart the not-so-new practice of designing tech so it breaks down earlier than its natural lifespan - an insidious practice called Planned Obsolescence. We then discuss the Right to Repair movement that has taken on big tech and won, in some cases. And how it all started with farmers trying to hack tractors in Nebraska.Tune in and follow us into the journey of the fight to repair.Add one part news, one part bad jokes, one part Wikipedia research, one part cult references from spending too much time on the internet, one part Wodehouse quotes, and one part quality puns, and you get Simblified.A weekly podcast to help you appear smarter, to an audience that knows no less! Your four hosts - Chuck, Naren, Srikeit, and Tony attempt to deconstruct topics with humor (conditions apply). Fans of the show have described it as "fun conversations with relatable folks", "irreverent humor", "the funniest thing to come out of Malad West" and "if I give you a good review will you please let me go".Started in 2016 as a creative outlet, Simblified now has over 200 episodes, including some live ones, and some with guests who are much smarter than the hosts. Welcome to the world of Simblified!You can contact the hosts on:Chuck: twitter.com/chuck_gopal / instagram.com/chuckofalltradesNaren: twitter.com/shenoyn / instagram.com/shenoynvTony: twitter.com/notytony / instagram.com/notytonySrikeit: twitter.com/srikeit / instagram.com/srikeit
Started this week with that earthquake that hit Iran, plus Iranian spies getting fired over Israel's success in hitting targets within the country. Plus the ISIS terrorist trial in France and Belgium ends in convictions, Philippines prez sworn in, guy gets ten years for banging horses, Jan 6th hearings roll on, India religious unrest increases, and a Florida pastor is caught pleasuring himself at a Starbucks. Music: Mareux: "The Perfect Girl"
Julia and Gidi:“Julia & Gideon engaged couple with a passion to travel and work remotely. We have been full-time travelers since 2020 and living the digital nomad lifestyle. Our main goal is to inspire you to have the limitless lifestyle of working from anywhere you want!”A gift from Julia and Gidi, freebies for slow travelers: https://slowtravellerss.com/freebies/CONNECT WITH JULIA and GIDI ON INSTAGRAM @NOMADSJULIAGIDI TUNE IN TO LEARN:How losing their jobs started Julia and Gidi's nomadic journey in a car, in Israel, just as the pandemic started;AirBnB 101 to work and live: don't screw THESE up and stay connected!Couples' non-negotiables, on time alone as a couple, and how to do it as nomads;Staying focused, productive and phone struggles for entrepreneurs who use phone for work - app developers, web designers and alike;Why CLARITY of vision, of goals, of destination, of ideal lifestyle is THE number one priority to figure out at the beginning;Decision fatigue is real - this is how routines around lifestyle keep it at bay;Simple tools to manage nutrition in any country, favorite workout apps for ladies and guys;Time management 101 to grow business, enjoy relationships and adventures;Mental skillset and attitude to “survive” the adventure, get things done, prevent burnout, grow and learn!TUNE IN!
In this clip taken from an interview I did with Stormy Wellington a few months ago, I talk a little about what started my journey towards success. This episode was extracted from Brandon's YouTube Channel. Click here to subscribe: https://bit.ly/3QmOBbN Or, click here to view the original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWgEMJ-yZXc&t=1s Support the show: http://cardoneventures.com See https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Support the show: http://cardoneventures.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode will give you all the life and podcast updates for 2022 (so far). It's been a big break. Ironically, I've watched others around me take a long 6 month+ break at the same time. Coincidence or calling? In the last 6 months, I've: Had a baby Stayed on an extended maternity leave (whatever that means) Moved from Maui to Idaho (I answer the #1 question: Do you miss Maui?) Found a new church & wonderful friends Adventured daily! Started a book Joined a mastermind Returning to the podcast: A back log of episodes will be coming out shortly! I look at what it means to elevate motherhood & how I'll be showing up boldly. · Resources: I'll keep bringing you resources to feel confident · Protection: Motherhood is sacred--to elevate motherhood means to protect the sacredness of our role as mothers · Perspective: There is a need for paradigm shifts · Bettering motherhood experiences: like birth, educating our children, finding balance in all areas of our lives, and encouraging moms to get to know themselves, show up as their most authentic self, and feel like you're enjoying the journey · Balance: I want to find the balance between being authentic and vulnerable and also being appropriately private Want you to feel resourced: · Email me and let me know what topics you'd like me to cover! Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org · What areas of your life do you feel like you need resources?
In the wake of the devastating SCOTUS decision overturning Roe v Wade, I wanted to revisit my 2018 conversation with Heather Booth who organized an underground abortion network called The Jane Collective. What a Story of 1970s Abortion Activism Can Teach Us Today: https://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2022/06/the-janes-hbo-max-review-abortion-roe/661446/ Follow Heather Booth: https://twitter.com/hboothgo Learn more about her work: https://www.democracypartners.com/partners/heather-booth-0 Donate to abortion funds: AbortionFunds.org Want to support the show? (thank you!) Subscribe, tell a friend, leave a review, or buy some merch at There Are No Girls on the Internet's store: TANGOTI.COM/STORE Join our newsletter: Tangoti.com/newsletter Say hello at email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the Direct Farm Podcast, we learn about a rich family history, discuss subscription boxes, and the process of home delivery with David and Candace Hopkins of Hopkins Farms. Hopkins Farms is a generational farm located in Cairo, Georgia that provides a fresh, local Farm to Table food service delivered directly to your doorstep.https://www.hopkinsfarmsinc.com/https://barn2door.com/resources
Started off with some thoughts on the means God has given us to communicate the faith to the coming generations -hint- holy Scripture-, and then finally got around to Matthew 24-36 and the published allegation that I am teaching heresy regarding my understanding of that difficult text. Almost 90 minutes.
A Conversation with Joshua T Berglan and Zero Dark Tony is DIFFERENT... In this conversation, we cover JFK, Satanic Royalty, Inbreeding, Addiction, Charles Manson, the Queen Mother of Darkness, Racism amongst white people, The Anarchist Cookbook, Record contracts, Madyson Marquette, Master P, King George, the Duponts, Biolabs, and much more. While the subject matter is a little intense, this is a lighthearted, enlightening and humorous conversation that you surely will enjoy. Please welcome Zero Dark Tony, an investigative creator, a disruptor, Emmy winner, retired rock star, Hollywood exile, and a survivor of SRA and Scientology to a Conversation with Joshua T Berglan on the Live Mana Network!
Rover and Duji fight right off the bat; Vince McMahon from WWE rape; MGK suffering lately or is he promoting his new documentary; teaching video games in high school and dare dieter days.
In episode 319, Megan chats with Eloïse Jennes of Cooking with Elo, about 10 things she wishes she knew when she started her food blog in college. These are essential tips that will help you grow your blog quicker from the start by applying the right skills and avoiding common pitfalls. Inspired to explore cooking after being diagnosed with food intolerances, Elo started a secret food blog in high-school to cope with a complete diet change. This first attempt motivated her to set up a new food blog to share her gluten-free and vegan recipes with friends and family while in college. In this episode, she shares 10 tips she wishes someone had told her as her food blogging career took off in college. Tune in to find out answers to these questions: -When is the best time to start a food blog? -What kind of photography equipment do you need? -How do you make sure you stay consistent with your blog? -How do you apply batching to increase your efficiency? -How important is learning new skills in food blogging? -What should you focus on first? -Do you really need to start a social media channel for your blog? Connect with Eloïse Jennes Website | Instagram
It has been on my heart to do a series for people who want to start a business, but they are just not sure where to begin. My sincerest prayer is that this series will help you feel more confident and willing to move forward with your business idea. When you step into your greatness and follow your heart, you raise the vibration of the planet. We need you. Ready to get started? Begin the Elevate Intuitive Coaching Package.
The Toronto Blue Jays have one of the most intense series of the season as they come away with two wins against the Boston Red Sox. With a bases-clearing incident and extra innings galore, has the wild card race officially started? Mark, Bryson and Jacob discuss Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s walkoff, the bullpen collapse and how Sergio Romo might play a role with the team moving forward. Also discussed: Tanner Houck's vaccination status, whether Yusei Kikuchi is on his final straw and Buck Martinez's cancer treatment. Subscribe to Section 138 on YouTube for video podcasts: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTCRKhBRu9kVO2fDuc2q8Aw/featured. Follow @section138pod on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.Music: "Future Retro Super Soul," Jane Holiday.
April is a Navy Seabee from East LA. Started her career in the Navy Reserve went Active Duty for a few years then was ERB out. I have nothing but respect for her. Id take her to any fire fight or bar fight. SHe will carry her own weight. From Fallujah to Raleigh she will always be my homie.
Applications for the July Group Coaching Cohort OPEN! If you're ready to stop quick fix diets and create a healthy, longterm and sustainable relationship with food, go to bonnieroney.com or click here and apply to group coaching. In this week's episode, Bonnie is joined by former group coaching client Emily who shares steps she took to create a peaceful relationship with food. In today's episode Bonnie & Emily will discuss: The great walnut shrimp incidence of 2021 Healing from poor body image Overcoming 24/7 sugar cravings Healing from disordered eating Steps to start making peace with food and so much more! Have you been listening to the podcast for a while & have found benefit from it? Leave an honest rating & review on Apple podcasts here.
Our Long time friend and Client Moe Shalizi hops on the Podcast and tells us how he started his humbling journey. Building the Marshmello brand and becoming who he is now is truly inspiring to us all. And ofcourse his passion for cars has only expanded! Hear some wild stories from his past and what it took to get to his level! Main YouTube Channel: @RDB LA www.RDBLA.com
Started off, sort of necessarily, looking at the Dobbs decision and the fall out, looking back on my own work in that area since 1989. Then moved to the vicious circularity of the Confessional Bibliology position, and moved from there into a lengthy discussion of the Council of Nicea, and then to an attempt to define the Great Tradition. Over 90 minutes today-
Your own life is the best inspiration for your game and toy ideas. While it can be from something like your educational background or profession, it doesn't have to be anything complicated. Just think of the best times with your friends and family and you might come up with an idea. Today's podcast guest did just that.Today's guest is Greg Watson. Greg has actually been on the podcast before! In episode 72 you heard him talking about working with a distributor to get your toy or game into retail. Back then he was the national accounts manager for PSi, aka Publisher Services, Inc. However, now he has struck out on his own with an idea that was inspired by his best memories of playing card games with friends and family. He and his husband created a new card game called Poof, which is available on Amazon.In this episode, you'll learn all about Greg's inspiration for the game, and how he put his own experience into it. You'll also learn what game mechanics are and why they are important, how Greg tested his game in the middle of a pandemic, and what to consider for packaging differences between online sales versus retail shelf space. You'll also learn about Greg's pricing strategy for this game as well as some future predictions for the toy industry. EPISODE CLIFF NOTESFind out how Greg and his husband came up with their game idea based on personal experiences. [00:02:59]Learn a great definition of game mechanics, with examples. [00:05:50]Find out how playtesting can give you other ideas for game play and game mechanics [00:11:51]Learn about the importance of picking out the right packaging elements [00:18:02]Find out about packaging differences between online and retail [00:20:56]Learn about pricing strategy for games [00:22:25]Find out about features of a “boutique” game that might allow for a higher price [00:25:23]Learn about the one feature Greg insisted on keeping because it made the game really pop, even though it made manufacturing costs [00:26:40]Learn how inflation might affect the toy and game industry. [00:29:35]Find out one marketing strategy to put a spin on inflation [00:31:17]MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:For the links and resources mentioned in this episode, head over to the episode page at www.thetoycoach.com/132
Episode 99. Selena has stories of getting raided by the Culver City swat team with her parents! Getting a felony at 11 years old! Started using cocaine for medicinal purposes! Dating stage 5 clingers! Escaping from rehab in the hills of Malibu! And a drug fueled threesome with an old lady and her boyfriend that went all bad!! Plus her story where she has a picture that proves ghosts really do exist!!!
A horrific world war started in late February 2022. At present, NATO-allied nations are on a collision course with the Russian Federation. The Russians don't want to fight the USA and Western Europe, but the American and European ruling classes want the war. A billion people could die sometime this year. Are you prepared for it? Rick Wiles, Doc Burkhart. Airdate 6/28/22 It's the Final Day! The day when Jesus Christ bursts into our dimension of time, space, and matter. You can order the second edition of Rick's book, Final Day! https://tru.news/3LknyuL
The latest buzz-word going around the web is “civil war.” However, Conservatives realize this “civil war” was started by the Left in the summer of 2020, and we are finishing it without firing a shot. Supreme Court dropping hammers daily. We've had enough of burnings, lootings, politically funded activists, CRT, intentional economic disaster, green new nonsense, and most importantly, citizens being held in jail with no charges as political prisoners to raise campaign funds. We are done. They have been revealed. It ends now. To call in and speak with Rob Carson live on the show, dial 1-800-922-6680 between the hours of 12 Noon and 3:00 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday… E-mail Rob Carson at : RCarson@newsmax.com Musical parodies provided by www.JimGossett.com Looking for Newsmax caps, tees, mugs & more? Check out the Newsmax merchandise shop at : http://nws.mx/shop Download the free Newsmax app at www.newsmaxtv.com/app or go to www.NewsmaxTV.com to get the real news! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
[00:30] The Big Lie that Started Roe v. Wade (24 minutes)In the 1973 Supreme Court case of Roe v. Wade, Norma McCorvey claimed to be gang-raped, but she has since admitted that those claims were a big lie. Roe v. Wade was decided based on a false premise. Since then, the abortion movement has snowballed into fighting for abortion up to birth and even the days following birth. How appropriate that this so-called legal “right” was based on a lie from the very beginning. [24:15] First Jeffrey Clark, Now John Eastman (13 minutes)Last week, former Trump administration official Jeffrey Clark had his home raided by FBI agents. That same day, one of Donald Trump's election lawyers, John Eastman, was searched in public and had his personal cell phone confiscated before he was given a search warrant. The unconstitutional attack on anyone closely associated with Donald Trump continues. [37:30] Bible Study: God's Work in Jerusalem (11 minutes)Because King David had his heart set on Jerusalem—the city that God has chosen—God was with him! Today, if we also take pleasure in Jerusalem, making it our chief joy, God will be with us the same as He was with righteous King David! [48:45] E-mail Feedback (6 minutes)
Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. This team was full of passionate people, and experts in their field. However, they had the sense that they were “busy”, and this led them to retreat to their own tasks, and forget about talking to each other. As they were “busy” with their own tasks, they didn't dare ask for help either, which made the situation even worse, and pushed them further into their personal silos. How can a Scrum Master help a team in this situation? We discuss with Thomas the possible angles we can take to help such a team. Featured Book of the Week: Good Talk: How to Design Conversations that Matter by Stillman For Thomas, Good Talk: How to Design Conversations that Matter by Stillman, was a reminder that conversations don't happen by chance, and that our job as Scrum Masters is to prepare and facilitate many conversations. The book gives some tools, and advice on how to prepare those conversations. In this segment, we talk about Thomas' newsletter, which you can follow at TheBacklog.cc How can Angela (the Agile Coach) quickly build healthy relationships with the teams she's supposed to help? What were the steps she followed to help the Breeze App team fight off the competition? Find out how Angela helped Naomi and the team go from “behind” to being ahead of Intuition Bank, by focusing on the people! Download the first 4 chapters of the BOOK for FREE while it is in Beta! About Thomas van Zuijlen Thomas is an independent Scrum Master and workshop facilitator from the Netherlands. He believes self-organization, empiricism and facilitation will save the world (of work). A former developer and occasional quiz master with 15 years of experience, Thomas operates in the Netherlands and Lithuania. His weekly newsletter on practical agility can be found at TheBacklog.cc. You can link with Thomas van Zuijlen on LinkedIn.
So much chatting about who knows WHAT but also discussing our new walking routine and we curate our dream book collections! Book Club details: https://www.booksunboundpodcast.com/book-club Support The Podcast: Our beautiful merch: https://store.dftba.com/collections/books-unbound Support the Podcast and become a Dust Jacket! patreon.com/booksunbound Follow us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/books_unbound/ Need Info or Some Books? All the books we mentioned in this episode: https://www.booksunboundpodcast.com/books Submit your book requests at booksunboundpodcast.com Use our affiliate link to get 2 audiobooks for the price of 1! https://tidd.ly/3dyW1Xw Our Patrons: A special thanks to our Gold Foil Team on Patreon: Allison, Brittany, Charlie, Chrissy, Christina, Liz, Luna, Nicole, Simon, and Hannah!