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Everyday Driver Car Debate
727: Mistress Storage, RTV Blues, The E-Stang

Everyday Driver Car Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 61:06 Very Popular


Alternate episode titles include ‘Putting On A Cape,' ‘Cool Color,' ‘ Two Boats At Once,' and ‘Too Many Scenarios.' The guys read car conclusions from listeners, and debate different car scenarios for Damon in KY. Social media questions ask if carbon fiber will become a widespread manufacturing material, why are the headrests removed in TV and film, and what was the last great, iconic “hero car” in a movie? Seasons 1-10 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide. Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at everydaydrivertv@gmail.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!

Self Storage Income
168. "Storage is Easy"? Wrong! Development Mistakes & Challenges w/ Ryan Lorenzini (Part 2)

Self Storage Income

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 44:33


Developing a self storage facility is no easy feat. What are some of the factors to consider and mistakes to avoid? I'm not talking about making typos in a text message, I'm talking about mistakes that could cost you thousands (if not hundreds of thousands) of dollars in your next development. We're continuing our conversation with Ryan Lorenzini in this episode. This is part 2 of 2 of this series. I'd check out the previous episode first if you haven't already! Ryan is the Director of The Claremont Companies, who specialize in real estate developments and has been building Self Storage for the last 10 years. Check it out: https://www.claremontco.com The Self Storage Income Podcast is Sponsored by: Forge Building Company. Forge is our go-to building contractor for all things self-storage. In AJ's words "Forge has saved us literally hundreds of thousands of dollars on one deal alone through their ability to value-engineer, improving our facility at the same time." Exclusive to SSI listeners, Forge is offering a FREE consultation and Complimentary Site Layout. Get in touch with Forge here: - https://forgebuildings.com/podcast The Self Storage Income Podcast is also sponsored by: Janus International - https://www.janusintl.com/ Live Oak Bank - liveoakbank.com/incomepodcast Tenant Inc. - https://www.tenantinc.com/ Want to invest in storage without dealing with the day-to-day operations and management? Learn more about our syndication company Cedar Creek Wealth here: https://www.cedarcreekwealth.com/ Investing in real estate is like climbing a mountain, depending on where you are on your journey, you need a different set of tools and resources so you can grow. That's why we created The Circle - the go-to real estate investment community to help people grow and scale in real estate. Find out more here: https://www.thecrecircle.com/ Want to pick up my best-selling book for free? You got it - just head over to the Self Storage Income website and download your free copy here: https://selfstorageincome.com/

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 607 - Homestead Bootcamp

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 62:33 Very Popular


Today we talk about getting ready for our first round of homestead bootcamp with a listener who purchased land and wants to come here and see up close and personal what it is like. I will cover how it came to pass, what we did to prepare, and what the next few days have in store for our first participant. Live this week: John Willis and Billy Bond, Wednesday at 12:30pm Homestead Happenings, Thursday at 9:30 am (Explain why) Oct 28-29 Food Forest Class - a few seats left! Sign up here. Email feedback to nicole@livingfreeintennessee.com Tales from the Prepper Pantry 36 jars of green beans 7 jars of salsa Smoked brisket Homemade tomato basil soup while it is in season Storage challenge 2022 (The why and the solution) Purging season - walmart shipment goal Frugality Tip I have a tip on how to stretch your dishwashing liquid. This has cut down the amount that I buy to one large bottle or two medium bottles per year. I take an old wine or other see through bottle and wash it out thoroughly. I fill it 2/3 of the way with water and add 1/3 dishwashing liquid. I top the bottle with a spout so that I can easily pour it onto a sponge or into my hands for washing up.  The kind of spout I use is like those you would see on oil and vinegar or liquor bottles and can be picked up in most big chain stores or liquor stores for a couple couple of bucks. When refilling the bottle add the water first! This should be done in a very slow stream to prevent a lot of bubbling. If you do get some bubbles they will go away once the mixture settles.  This has made my life so much easier and the bottle with the spout is much more attractive than an ugly bottle of dawn on my kitchen countertop. I'm including a photo of my freshly filled bottle below. Anna Shopping Report Weekly Shopping Report for Powell, TN 08/13/2022 (JOE) We've resumed doing our shopping on Saturday, partly in case another trip is needed. So far, I think I've had to make a second trip only when something happens like a cat needs to go to the vet or the USPS slackers have failed to make a delivery. Today's first stop was Dollar General Market, mostly for cat food and some craft items. We walked around a little more than usual, and found the store pretty well-stocked. I think I saw limited quantities of some things, but no glaring holes. Second was Dollar [-twenty five] Tree, mostly to look, but I got a drink there. They have decent quantities of second-tier but still well-known brands. Third was Hobby Lobby, mostly for sewing stuff. The store was full of merchandise, and we had essentially no wait to check out as multiple lines were open. Fourth was Home Depot. A 2x4x8 had dropped further, to $4.75. We did not find the bucket of patching goo we wanted; maybe they've stopped carrying it? Batteries, tools of all kinds, and lumber were all plentiful. Last was Aldi. Stock levels were all good. I'm not sure that anything changed significantly, but our particular combination of items did produce a higher bill than we've had lately. The last time I filled up, untainted regular had dropped to $4.899/gallon. Operation Independence Free dogs are not free Homestead supply sale: Fence chargers, Lb the stud boar, Dewalt compressor, ninja blender, furniture (Surplus is going into 12v fencing solutions for the sheep) Main topic of the Show: Homestead Bootcamp What is Homestead Bootcamp and how did it come to be  What we hope to achieve with it How did we prepare? What a typical program looks like  #My3Things: Poultry, Sheep, Garden Bed A word on the chaos My hope for homestead bootcamp and mentoring programs in general  Membership Plug MeWe reminder Make it a great week! Song: GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.  Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast
Storage Sheds with Style | Concrete Craft Projects | Removing Ivy from Exterior Walls | Ep #2231

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 39:06 Very Popular


SHOW NOTES: Storage Sheds: Need a new shed to gain some outside storage? Get ideas to suit your style and budget. Concrete Crafts: Who knew you could be creative with concrete? We've got info about fun and easy craft projects you can create with concrete. Removing Ivy: Ivy may look lovely, but it can damage your home's exterior and attract pests. Here's how to remove ivy and prevent it from taking root again.  Plus, answers to your home improvement questions. Underground Roofs: Replacing the large roof on a unique underground home may be a challenge. Stan finds out which professionals he should speak with to design specs for the job. Basement Flooring: Should Mary install new carpeting in her basement or are there other flooring products she should use instead? We offer tips on better options for basement flooring. Garage Door Openers: When Bob's garage door opener stops working, he wants to know if he should get a surge protector for the circuit board. Tom thinks it's unusual but trusts the brand he's considering. Floor Joists: Does an old kitchen floor need to be reinforced to support the weight of appliances? Tom tells Laura how to prevent sagging floors. Converting to a Gas Dryer: How hard is it to run a gas line to convert from an electric dryer to a gas model? Abram finds out it's not difficult but should be done by a professional to avoid dangerous risks. Home Addition: When is a deck renovation really a home addition? Tom answers Diane's questions about adding a closet and laundry room off her bedroom. Cedar Deck: After Tom builds a new cedar deck, we offer steps on how to preserve it. Shallow Roofs: What materials should you use on a shallow roof? Charlene finds out what she should use to replace the existing asphalt shingles on her roof with a shallow pitch.   Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

I Don't Get It
EP289: Get Your Shit Together with Professional Organizer Dayla Goldman

I Don't Get It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 43:05 Very Popular


Dayla Goldman organizes the homes of the REAL housewives of New York and recently helped Ashley clean out her "hoarder" storage unit and put together her new house. She joins the I Don't Get It podcast to share tips on how to get your home decluttered. Dayla discusses her step by step process on how best to tackle a messy space and gives her thoughts on Marie Kondo's popular method. You can check out Space.Reborn for her organization inspiration.  Go to https://nutrafol.com & use code: GETIT to save $15 OFF your first month's subscription! Get 15% off your first order at https://thrivecausemetics.com/getit More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426

Fire Code Tech
42: High Piled Storage 2

Fire Code Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 14:48


This solocast is all about considerations for high-piled storage fire protection. We take a deep look at section 3201.3 in the International Fire Code. Don't miss this episode if you want to know what questions to ask for your next project.                                        Transverse and longitudinal flue example https://www.agcs.allianz.com/content/dam/onemarketing/agcs/agcs/pdfs-risk-advisory/tech-talks/ARC-Tech-Talk-Vol-5-Why-Rack-Flue-Spaces-Are-Important-EN.pdf            Transcript:   [00:00:00] Hello. Welcome to the solo cast of fire code tech in these episodes. It's just gonna be me, your host, Gus Gagliardi. There's gonna be a range of topics, but I'm gonna talk about specific technologies, installation, standards, codes, and how they work as well as some other interesting topics that don't neatly fit inside of the context of a normal interview. Hello. Welcome to episode 41 of the solo cast series of fire code tech. On this episode, we're talking about high piled storage. Yes. This is the second solo cast episode. That's talking about high piled storage in episode number five, we spoke about some of the preliminary fact. For analyzing a project for high piled storage requirements in this follow up solo cast, we're going to discuss what the code defines is required. Provisions for implementing a high piled storage permit and construction documents. Don't forget to subscribe. So you never miss an episode and follow us on social media. Owen. If you wanna support the podcast, please go give us a five star review. On apple podcasts, let's get into this show. So what are some important factors for analyzing your facilities? High powered storage needs. In this episode, I'm going to speak to some of the required pieces of information in the international fire code. In regards to storage, configurations and high piled storage. We're gonna be talking. The international fire code chapter 32, but more specifically section 32 0 1 0.3, construction documents. This section reads at the time of the building at. This section reads at the time of the building permit application for new structures designed to accommodate high cloud storage or for requesting a change of occupancy slash use. And at the time of application for storage permit. Plans and specifications shall be submitted for review and approval. In addition, the information required by the international building code, the storage permit submittal such shall include the information specified in this section. The construction documents shall include all of the following. So this section tells you exactly when you need to think about a high piled storage permit requesting a change of occupancy slash use at the time of application for storage permit. during the design process, new structures that are anticipating storage requirements. There are a variety of different situations in which you might be performing management of change and working on a facility with existing storage, configurations, or installing or permitting new facility. High piled storage implications. This section one more time. That's 32 0 1 0.3. Construction documents details. A good list of starting questions for a building owner. If you are a fire and life safety professional, that's trying to help them navigate the requirements in the fire code and building code in the United States. This list has 14 different items and they might not all be applicable to your project, but it is a good sanity check for you to run through these items. If you have a project that is incorporating high piled storage, or if you think. They might be near the thresholds for high piled storage. If you're not sure about what the definitions or some of the beginning terms are for high piled storage, go back and take a listen to solo cast. Number five, number one on the list in 32 0 1 0.3 is floor plan of the building showing locations and dimensions of high powered storage areas. This information is really critical because a facility can have a variety of different high pile storage areas and a mixture of commodities throughout the facilities. These areas need to be clearly marked and delineated within the facility. And it plays a huge part in understanding the severity in the specific areas of the facility by designating these different storage configurations. So you have a area in a shop where you want to store tires, but you don't want to have a fire sprinkler system with that great of density for your entire facility. Well, if you can ACC. The storage [00:05:00] configuration and provide a way to delineate in the facility like draft curtains and higher hazard sprinklers over the tire section, but lower the commodity hazard severity in the rest of the facility. Then you can manage storage in a more. Potentially cost effective way. The second factor that is listed in 32 0 3 0.1 is height of the storage usable height for each storage area is how the section defines. This point of information. There's a good reason for this information being required. The height of the storage configuration is one of the primary determinants for how severe the hazard will be and how the nature of the fire protection system demand. Number three on the list is number of tier in each rack. If applicable number four is. Commodity clearance between top of storage in the sprinkler deflect. Of each storage arrangement. This is important because there is a minimum distance from the sprinkler deflector to the top of storage. And this distance can be as low as 18 inches. And as large as I believe, three feet for storage, sprinklers, like CMSA and ES F. Storing commodities in a configuration that does not give adequate clearances something that you'll see frequently, especially in office buildings, you know, not in specific to high powered storage, but any type of storage, which obstructs clearance to the deflector of the sprinkler is an. Number five is Ile dimension of each storage array. If you're familiar with the tables in N FPA 13, that speak about the different demand requirements for storage sprinklers, you'll be aware that. The closer the aisle width, the more severe the hazard. So a four foot aisle has a larger demand than an eight foot aisle. So this is a good thing to keep in mind when analyzing your storage array. It might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you start asking questions about storage, but you should keep it in your tool. Number six is maximum pile volume for each storage or array. So there is a neat table. We talked about it a bit in episode five of the solo cast originally on high storage. So if you wanna hear a little bit more about the table in the international fire code that has different fire protection and life safety features, depending on the volume of the storage in your facility. Go check that. Number seven location and commodity classification in accordance with section 32 0 3. Commodity classification is a very intricate subject and a lot of fire protection engineers in the industry. Especially some of the professional societies will counsel engineers to not even try to classify commodities, to rely on the owner and, uh, scientists or engineers who specialize in this process to classify commodities because of the liability involved. I'm sure I will do a whole podcast about this in the future. Number eight. If commodities are encapsulated or banded. So this is a commonly missed feature for high cloud storage. Maybe you have fairly non combustible commodities, but they are stored in boxes that are encapsulated in plastic. So this can be something that will greatly increase the hazard of your commodity that you're storing. Not only is it wrapped in a petroleum product, but it is not allowing the sprinklers to discharge onto the C commodities. So it increases the hazard number nine, location of fire department access. Doors. So when you reach the high piled storage threshold, you have to have additional, uh, egress and fire department access. So this is something that they want noted on the permitting plans is do you have the fire department access required for high piled storage? Number 10 in this section is type of fire protection systems. This one's fairly explan, self explanatory, you know, do you have a storage sprinklers? Do you have advanced detection means of detection? You know, is it a what system or a dry system? Um, you need to know these factors when, uh, [00:10:00] permitting or evaluating a response to a fire. So it's a. Fire and life safety determinant to have all the information about the system available. Number 11, location of control valves, controlling main sprinkler riser valves, and in rack sprinkler riser valves. This is something they want designated on the plans. And this is important for emergency response. And with Iraq, sprinkler systems, you get a lot of extra evolving and components added. So they want this to be displayed in these construction documents, number 12 type location and specifications of smoke removal, and curtain board systems. So. The smoke removal systems are a firefighter. Feature in the facility and there are a couple of different ways you can accomplish this, um, feature you can have vis in the roof that are on fue links, or you can have a, uh, uh, Automatic or manually operated system that utilizes air handling units that are rated for the discharge of heat. He smoke. Obviously the fue links are going to be a more cost effective means to provide this smoke and heat removal. But some owners prefer to go the route of the dedicated air handling unit for the evacuation of smoke and heat. This is not for. The response to a fire. This is really for, um, post incident evacuating, fire, and smoking heat from the building. So it's a little bit of a strange requirement, but, um, good to know about, because it can be expensive if you miss this requirement and then find out that you have to incorporate roof penetrations and expensive equipment like fusible. Heat and smoke removal, vents, number 13, dimension and location of transverse and longitudinal flu spaces. So rack sprinklers are really confusing and I still don't claim to be anything close to an expert on in rack sprinklers. The, if you go take a look at NFPA 13, there are diagrams for where to locate the sprinklers. Well, in regards to the positioning of the racks and the different annual spaces in between the racks for N rack sprinklers and so transverse and longitudinal flus are. Industry terms for the different spaces length and widthwise between the racking systems. So, um, I'll try to find a snippet from NFP 13 for you to get some idea of what these spaces look like. If you don't know, but go check the show notes. Number 14 is additional information regarding the required design features, commodities storage, drain measurements, and fire protection features with the high powered storage area. Shall be provided at the time of permit, we required by the fire code official. So this is just an all encompassing note for the official being able to require and need the approval of any fire and life safety feature. They would like, um, I've worked in occupa or not occupancies, but jurisdictions like Houston, where there is a definit. Uh, emphasis on this high piled storage permit. So you want to, um, really be aware of the different jurisdictions you're working in and what kind of different permitting authorities you're going to have because they will carry much more scrutiny than some other jurisdictions. That's gonna be it for now. Thank you guys so much for listening and we'll see you next time on fire code tech. Thanks for listening. Everybody. Be sure to share the episode with a friend, if you enjoyed it, don't forget that fire protection and life safety is serious business. The views and opinions expressed on this podcast are by no means a professional consultation or a codes and standards interpretation. Be sure to contact a licensed professional. If you are getting involved with. Fire protection and or life safety. Thanks again. And we'll see you next time.    

Virtual Real Estate Investing
A Storage Investing Potpourri - Frank and John Go Deep Into Today's Topics

Virtual Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 37:49


A Storage Investing Potpourri - Frank and John Go Deep Into Today's Topics

Ostium Podcast
Ostium Firsts: Introducing The Storage Papers

Ostium Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 20:30


Hey everyone, Alex C. Telander here, and before we get to this week's Firsts episode started, we wanted to take a moment to address the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe versus Wade on June 24th, 2022. Everyone should have the freedom to decide what is best for themselves and their families, including when it comes to ending a pregnancy. Abortion is a basic healthcare need for millions of people of all genders, and this decision has far-reaching consequences for every single person in America. People, not politicians, should be able to make their own decisions including when it comes to abortion care. We have more information linked at choice.crd.co, and if you are able, consider donating to abortion funds. Please speak up, take care, and spread the word. As you know, I was very happy to announce recently that the Ostium Podcast has joined the Rusty Quill Network. And for the last few months I've started listening to some of the great shows that are part of that network, and then I started chatting with the creator of one of those shows, and in the coming weeks you're going to get a treat here on the Ostium feed with the first episodes of some of those shows. Like I said, I've been listening to these shows and they're really awesome, so I wanted to share their awesomeness with you and hopefully help you get hooked on a great new audiodrama, or two, or ten! So these will start releasing over the ensuing weeks and months and hopefully you'll give them a listen and then, once you're hooked, you find them in your podcast app and subscribe and start enjoying all the other episodes.Our next recommendation from the Rusty Quill Network is The Storage Papers.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/ostium. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Self-Storage: The Best Investment For an Inflationary Environment

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 20:29


Joining us today to discuss the opportunities in self-storage during the current market conditions is Kris Benson. He is the Chief Investment Officer of Reliant Real Estate Management, a company that offers institutional quality self-storage investments to accredited investors. He digs deep into why self-storage is still an incredible asset to invest in and offers strategies on how to squeeze NOI out of properties. He also touches on what it takes to be a sophisticated operator in the space, the work they are doing in boat and RV storage, and the importance of return on equity.     [00:01 - 12:35] Self Storage Investing Insights Kris talks about his background as an investor To make money in real estate, do it at a scale He introduces Reliant Real Estate Management and the work they do They are seeing significant compression in cap rates in the market There is still a lot of capital chasing deals in the self-storage space, with institutional investors looking for a safe and profitable investment Investors who are not well capitalized and not-so sophisticated operators may be potentially setting themselves up for failure What makes a sophisticated operator Leveraging different technologies such as touchless leasing One of the most important things moving forward for increasing NOI: dynamic pricing algorithm Comparing the data and software advancements for multifamily and self-storage [12:36 - 19:12] Business Growth and Return on Equity  Kris breaks down the boat and RV storage facilities they own and what they're doing in development When there's equity in the deals, is it time to liquidate or refinance? [19:13 - 20:28] Closing Segment Reach out to Kris!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “There's a lot of people in the space who are not sophisticated operators and when things get tight, again, it probably comes down to bad debt or too aggressive on the debt side.” - Kris Benson “This one is probably going to be most important moving forward is dynamic pricing algorithm where you're matching prices day to day based on occupancy.” - Kris Benson “I'm a huge believer that in real estate, anything you buy today, in 20 years is going to be a good deal.” - Kris Benson -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Kris through the Reliant Real Estate Management website and KrisBenson.com.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Kris Benson: What I would say you should measure us on is, well, what happened to NOI during that period? Did we grow that? And that's what you can hold us accountable to, but cap rates and valuations, who knows, that's all made up, right? So we can't control that. But what we can control is if we can squeeze NOI out of something, we're doing our job and then the market's going to do what it's going to do. [00:00:32] Sam Wilson: Kris Benson is the CIO at Reliant Real Estate Management. They are a top 30 vertically integrated self-storage operator. Kris and his Reliant team have transacted on over $1 billion in self-storage in the past five years, Kris, welcome to the show.  [00:00:47] Kris Benson: Hey, Sam. Pleasure. Appreciate you taking the time.  [00:00:49] Sam Wilson: Hey man. Thank you for coming on. Certainly appreciate it. There are three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show" in 90 seconds or less can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:59] Kris Benson: Those three questions take longer than 90 seconds to answer. Is that okay?  [00:01:03] Sam Wilson: Do your best. [00:01:05] Kris Benson: Where I started, probably very similarly to a lot of people who get involved in real estate. I owned some duplexes in the town that I lived in and very quickly realized that that was going to be very challenging to scale. And essentially I hated everything about it. It was not really the work, it was more, the people like it was just soul-sucking. It, it always, there was always problems. No one was ever happy. So ultimately I heard in a podcast or read, I wish I could credit who said it to me, but basically it was big deals and small deals are the same amount of work. You just make less money and small deals. And so we started to scale into some larger multifamily we've ended up building a 64 unit apartment complex. And for me, Sam, that's where kind of the light bulbs went off where I was like, ah, this is how you make money in real estate. And, and it was figuring out how to do it at scale. [00:01:54] Kris Benson: And I'm going to fast forward a lot of the story, but how we got to where we are now is about six years ago, I was convinced cap rates and multifamily couldn't possibly get any more compressed than where they were at that moment. Whoops. I was off by quite a few years, so I started looking for other asset classes to invest in. And that brought me to two really interesting niche classes, mobile home parks and storage, and kind of fell in love with the metrics behind storage. So was an investor of Reliant, which is where I am now first. And then the founder of Reliant, Todd Allen, and I kind of formed a partnership and we've been scaling ever since. So it's, it's been a fun ride.  [00:02:33] Sam Wilson: Yeah, that's interesting. Your crystal ball was definitely broken when it comes to where multifamily has gone. I was talking to a friend of mine the other day. They said in 2016, they were underwriting a deal and they couldn't bring themselves to pay 14 million for it. And then, just traded hands, what did he say, 45 million here just a couple of months ago. And he's just like, I don't even understand this. This is crazy. So, but you know, aside from that, I don't want to go down that rabbit hole necessarily and talk about why it's where it is, but you found a niche in self-storage. Tell me a little bit about what you guys are seeing as far as opportunity goes right now in the self-storage space.  [00:03:08] Kris Benson: Yeah, for sure. I mean, what I would say, Sam, is Reliant is a value add shop. So generally we're buying existing assets and adding something to them to force appreciation. So we're just, our goal is always to grow NOI and usually, our plan is expansion. So we're adding square footage and then getting those units leased up. And generally, that's where we're getting our NOI growth. We do some other things, you know, especially if we're taking over kind of a mom and pop owned facility, there's usually some low hanging fruit there as far as, you know, rental rate increases and having things like U-Haul truck rental and tenant insurance and those kinds of things as well, where we can add some ancillary income. But I would say, look, the market in self-storage in the last three years has been pretty incredible. We've seen a significant compression in cap rates. So values have gone through the roof. And what's interesting, Sam, is we stand here today, it's the middle of June, interest rates are rising, but we haven't seen cap rates come up. Values are not changing yet.  [00:04:06] Kris Benson: And I think, you know, a motivator behind that is there's still a lot of capital chasing deals from an institutional level. There's a lot of money still trying to get into the asset class. I had to call this morning with a group. They just funded a group that is starting up and looking for some expansion capital, and they had 13 term sheets. And this group is coming to us saying, Hey, these guys are still looking for a place to place money, do you want to talk about it? So there's still a lot of capital chasing this asset class for the reasons that, you know, we fell in love with it. There's, there's a lot of recession resiliency there, at least in the last two economic cycles. And I think, you know, institutional capital is trying to find deployment in that space.  [00:04:46] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I mean, certainly, I don't know any asset class where capital just isn't chasing yield. I mean, it's looking for it wherever it can find it. So, you know, it's no, obviously no surprise that it's gone into self-storage, but let me ask you this. I understand the, and we think we well covered it on this show, the recession benefits of self-storage, but yet I think in every, every crisis, it brings out unique opportunities to acquire. Are there people who are misaligning their portfolios or taking on debt in the wrong way, or just setting themselves up for failure in the self-storage asset class in particular if we go into a recession?  [00:05:25] Kris Benson: We hope so. Time will tell, Sam, right? I, I agree. Usually, the best buying opportunities are, are going to be in when there's blood in the streets, right? We'll find out is there's been a huge glut of self-storage development in the last five years, right, so a lot of people, when you make money in an asset class, People are going to show up and say, oh, I can do that, right? So there's been a lot of merchant builders who are not self-storage operators, they just are developers. They can develop a storage facility and they hope, Hey, I'm the backend. I'm going to sell this to one of the REITs or a publicly traded company. It's going to turn out just fine. And, and they've been right for a long time. The interesting part's going to be, look, if I did a ground-up development three years ago, I was probably underrating sub 4% debt on my construction loans, right? In my model, I was saying, all right, it's going to build be a year plus to build, it's going to take me a year or two to lease this thing up. And then I got to go get perm financing. The question's going to be, what did they underwrite that permanent financing at interest rate wise, right? And if they needed it to be a four and a half to make their project work, Well, they're going to come into a market where it's five plus, right? And that's where we could see some pain, right? Is the sea of old deals where they're coming to market and saying, all right, I got to go get perm financing. And the lender's looking at them saying, yeah. At five and a half, or you can buy down your note, you got to come up and, you know, come up with a big chunk of cash to buy down the proceeds. So, Sam, I think, you know, for those operators that may not be well capitalized, there may be some opportunities there where deals that either banks are taking or banks are starting shop 'cause they know, Hey, we're going to get this thing back. So, you know, I think time will tell. The other part of this is there's a lot of people in the space who, you know, are not sophisticated operators and when things get tight, you know, again, it probably comes down to bad debt or too aggressive on the debt side. But when you're not a sophisticated operator, it's harder to make things work when, you know, the revenue side gets a little bit tighter.  [00:07:24] Sam Wilson: What are some things, when you say that word sophisticated, what are some things that come to mind that you would say would make someone a sophisticated operator?  [00:07:31] Kris Benson: Yeah, that's a fair question. [00:07:32] Kris Benson: I mean, there's a lot to that, right? And I think it depends on what you're thinking about, but, well, let's start with just kind of the digital marketing side, right? And, and how you're attracting customers. I think in the world, we live in, Sam, today, even in the smaller markets, the secondary and tertiary markets. We generally like to operate in the smaller markets 'cause we have a competitive advantage there, right? Our digital ads, Google AdWords, SEO, those types of things. Generally, mom and pop operators have a website, but they're not really doing anything else, right? And when I say mom and pop, it's not derogatory. You know, people who own less than five facilities kind of fall in that category, right? And it's, it's not good or bad. It just is the, how they attract customers. Do they have, I'd say a big thing in the last 24 months has been touchless leasing, right? So the ability for a customer to rent online, get access to their unit, get their lock and never go in the office, sign their lease. Everything is done online that's since COVID has been a huge push, I would say probably 30 to 40% of our leases. They never walk into our facilities. That's another one.  [00:08:39] Kris Benson: And then I, I would say this one is probably going to be most important moving forward is kind of a dynamic pricing algorithm where you're matching prices day to day, based on occupancy and trying to squeeze out revenue based on, you know, Hey, we, we may have five to seven types of units in a particular facility and each one is being priced based on that type of units occupancy, right? So if 10 by tens are full, that price is going to go up. If five by tens are, you know, empty, that price is going to go down and that's shifting every day comparatively to what's happening in the rest of the market. So just kind of a snapshot.  [00:09:17] Sam Wilson: No, I love that. And that, that brings, you know, a few things out that maybe I hadn't thought about. And we're certainly seeing that on the dynamic pricing side, on the RV resorts. You know, it's something where again, you know, mostly mom and pop owned and it's like, well, we know that you know, it's, you know, $69 a night, $79 a night, whatever it is. And that's been what they've been saying for a decade 'cause it's easy to remember. But it's also parable for business. Like, wait, no, I mean, it's July 4th. You should not be 79. You should be $179 a night. Like, whatever it is, again, I'm making up numbers here, but that, that whole dynamic pricing capacity is something that, you know, it's overlooked, I think in a lot of industries and we've seen that of course come around in Airbnb. We've seen that the airlines, the hotels have had it forever and it's like, why don't we have this applied across, you know, all of our real estate asset classes? So do you think that will take off? You know, and there's just a, there's a random stray thought here so forgive me. I mean, we don't, we haven't seen that in the multifamily space yet. [00:10:12] Kris Benson: The dynamic pricing.? [00:10:13] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Have you seen that anywhere?  [00:10:15] Kris Benson: Yeah, it exists for sure, especially some of the larger operating platforms. That's where I first got introduced to it is that pricing is changing in the market almost daily, based on unit type. The difference is, Sam, with, with multifamily specifically, right? The big boys report. So there's, you know, like the Yardi and the CoStar are getting that data, so that everybody can have the benefit of having that data, right? And in storage, there's a couple of groups trying, Radius+ is one, where they're trying to create this momentum where operators are reporting this information in so we can all benefit from. But it's definitely not to the level of like a multifamily and, and part of it's just because the market is much smaller than multifamily. So software companies are looking, Hey, where do we invest dollars to build a platform? Storage is a smaller addressable market than multifamily, right? So, you know, I think part of it is who's making investments into the space and storage has come a long way from where it was 10 years ago, for sure in the sophistication and, you know, the technology that's supporting it, but it's still not kind of the maturity level, I would say, of like a multifamily or an office, right? You know, some of the core four, when you think about the major real estate asset classes, but, yeah, I would say that that pricing algorithm tool is, is super helpful when you think about how to squeeze NOI, right?  [00:11:39] Kris Benson: And Sam, in the world, you and I live in, that's how we should be judged by investors, right? You know, I mean, so if you have been a, an operator of almost any asset class for the last five years, You should have made money unless you're really, you know, really screwed it up, you should have made money. And that could have been just cap rate compression. You could have done nothing. And you still should have made money. What I would say you should measure us on is, well, what happened to NOI during that period? Did we grow that? That's what you can hold us accountable to, but cap rates and valuations, who knows, that's all made up, right? So we can't control that, but what we can control is. If we can squeeze NOI out of something, we're doing our job and then the market's going to do what it's going to do.  [00:12:24] Sam Wilson: Right. Absolutely. Absolutely. Tell me about this. You guys, I mean, you, you own some regular, just standard self-storage. When I say that, I'm thinking like you said, 5 by 10, 10 by 10, whatever, 10 by 20 units. Do you guys have your hands in any other type of storage?  [00:12:39] Kris Benson: Like wine storage or like that type of stuff? Or boat and RV? [00:12:43] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Any of those. I hadn't thought about wine storage, but yeah. I mean, I guess obviously you own boat and RV storage as well, is that right? [00:12:49] Kris Benson: Yep. We do. We have some boat and RV-specific facilities where that's, you know, that's all they do. And then, we also have some storage facilities with traditional climate, you know, non climate controlled units, like the garages that we have parking on. Sometimes it's, you know, covered parking where you got the steel beams, corrugated metal roofs, and trickle chargers, and you can park in there. We kind of have a mix of both. It really depends on the market that we're in. You know, where we found the most success, obviously in the boat and RV parking is somewhere around a lake or recreational area. Generally, people want to park the boats and RVs there. So, yeah. You know, it, it's very market specific if we're, you know, in downtown Atlanta and does a boat and RV parking place do well? Probably not. [00:13:32] Sam Wilson: Probably not. Or conversely, an RV parking place in downtown Atlanta might do great just in the sense that where else are they going to park it? Like you can't park it in your street, you know, in the, in the neighborhood, your HOAs forbid it. So it's going to be where, where else you going to put an RV if you own one? Yeah, that's interesting. I know we talked about that a little bit off air as to like, what happens to all of these assets, you know, if we have a recession in the gas prices? You know, gas prices keep going up, we go into a recession. What happens to boat and RV storage? Where does that go? I don't know.  [00:14:02] Kris Benson: Yeah, it's going to be interesting. Last night I was cooking dinner actually, and I had the David Muir, Nightly News, ABC or CBS. I don't know what, what channel it is, but he was talking about Biden, you know, potentially proposing the idea of a gas tax holiday. And I was like, oh, that's probably a good idea right now. And then they're like, that will save on average 18 cents a gallon. I was like, perfect. That should make a huge impact in most people's lives. They fill up 10 gallons. I get a dollar 80 back. Thanks, federal government. I guess I don't know how you kind of think about that and be like, that's how we're going to fix this.  [00:14:34] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Let's not think about the fact that three times more expensive to fill up this year than it was last year. Let's think about saving 18 cents a gallon. Yeah, absolutely. Man, it'll be interesting to see how that shakes out. It was a conversation we talked about again before we hit record on this, where you were talking about return on equity. I thought that was an interesting point where you were talking to a seller and the sellers, you know, you basically were able to present to them this idea that, Hey, you can hold this asset for a decade. But what's your equity doing for you? Can you break that down for us? 'Cause I really like that thought process.  [00:15:05] Kris Benson: Yeah, for sure. I mean, look, I'm a huge believer, Sam, that real estate, anything you buy today, in 20 years is going to be a good deal, right? So I'm 42. Anything, anything that I had purchased when I was 22 today, it's worth more money. [00:15:19] Sam Wilson: Sure. [00:15:19] Kris Benson: Unquestionably, right? So you know, when I think about with, that's kind of on my original invested equity, I may have an incredible return on that when and if I have a liquidation event, right? So let's say I hold it for 20 years, but if three years in, the equity in the deal has doubled or tripled or quadrupled or whatever the specific situation you and I were talking about is a gentleman who built a boat and RV parking facility. And he had 10xed, essentially his equity by building the facility and filling it up in two years. And so what I think about from the investing side in that is, okay, so you have X amount of equity. What's your return on the equity that you currently have? Not what he wrote the check for, right, he wrote the check for 250 grand when he built it. Now he's got 2.5 million in it, and when you look at your cash flows, not on 250 grand, it's your cash flows divided by 2.5 million. His return on equity is terrible and not terrible, but there are other opportunities for you out there. And so I think that's how we look at a lot of our deals with our investors is when we get to that point where there's equity in the deals, is it time to liquidate or refinance and pull that equity out because our investor's money has built that equity too. We, Reliant, with our equity in the don't want it sitting there not earning. And you as an investor with Reliant, if you've doubled your equity, you don't want that sitting in there getting a 2%, 3%, especially in this inflationary environment, right? So I think it's always just a balance of you got to look at, all right, what can I do with this money if I pull it out, and if I'm going and buying boats and RVs? Probably not a great investment, but if I could pull that money out and go reinvest and churn it again, you know, that's where we start to get that compounding effect on the investment side of things. [00:17:11] Sam Wilson: Yeah. And I think that's, that doesn't bode well with the Dave Ramsey school of thought, but I think there are differences there, obviously between what he talks. Like you said, you know, Hey, if you're going to pull out this equity and go buy a boat just for kicks and giggles, then you're just buying another highly depreciating asset and paying probably too much for it. And that's a bad move. And, and I think that's always a personal decision too. Like, you know, sometimes there's a return on equity and then there's a return on peace of mind. That's like, okay, well, which one, which one is it? Maybe this guy's super happy. He's like, I don't care, man. I own a facility free and clear and I get paid for it every year and I don't have to think about it. So ROPM, return on peace of mind. You don't know, but I do like that idea.  [00:17:48] Kris Benson: You trademark that, Sam. RO... [00:17:50] Sam Wilson: PM, return on peace of mind. And so I think that's always interesting is we survey our own portfolios and go, okay, what's it look like to extract maximum value and maximum return out of this, and do it in a way that is meaningful and also, you know, protects us from downside risk. Are you guys doing any development right now?  [00:18:07] Kris Benson: Yeah. You're saying from a ground-up standpoint.? [00:18:09] Sam Wilson: Yep.  [00:18:10] Kris Benson: Yeah, we're not what I would consider a developer, meaning, Hey, we can do 10 projects a year. We just don't have the team to support it. We are in the midst of, well, two active developments. Third, that's kind of going through an approval process right now, and hopefully, we'll have shovels in the ground before the end of the summer. So a little bit. Generally, we're usually about one a year, but what I would say is there's going to be value in development right now. And there has been, but we feel like there's kind of an interesting space right now, just from a return on stabilized yield. Like, what you're going to get once this thing is built and the prices per square foot that are being paid for basically empty buildings and the replacement cost against it, you know, there's a Delta there and an opportunity for sure. [00:18:53] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Yeah. It's really interesting. And that's what we're seeing a lot, even, especially in the multifamily space. I hear a lot, have a lot of people come on the show and say, they'll say, Hey, you know, it's cheaper for us to build than it is to buy existing and then, and then do a value add, like we can just turn around and just push shovel on the ground and start ground up and have a better product for less money. Like, well, that's really interesting. [00:19:11] Kris Benson: For sure.  [00:19:12] Sam Wilson: Fantastic. Kris, I've really enjoyed this. Thanks for taking the time today to break down the self-storage market for us, what you guys are buying, how you've bought it. I love the clarification there around what a sophisticated operation or operator could look like, you know, and, and kind of giving some quick ideas on, you know, when you see a mom and pop operator, the things that it could be very, very easily improved. Yeah. Certainly appreciate that. Thanks for taking the time to share your story and just give us insight on what opportunities you see out there in the market. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:19:42] Kris Benson: Yeah, I think probably our website's best, reliant-mgmt.com, which is the abbreviation of management, or if you just Google Reliant Real Estate Management, you're going to find us, you can find our current investment opportunities, contact us, get in touch with our team, and learn a little bit more about the team and track record here. [00:19:59] Sam Wilson: Awesome, Kris, thank you again, certainly appreciate your time.  [00:20:02] Kris Benson: My pleasure. Thanks, Sam. 

Prepper Talk Radio
PTR Ep 198 The 90 Day Home Storage

Prepper Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 59:22


Come get prepped with us. 90 day home store, or 90 day pantry as the lesser preppers call it.

Podcast – Seamwork Radio
Whats the Best Method for Fabric Storage?

Podcast – Seamwork Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 33:04 Very Popular


Wondering how to store all of your fabric in a way that's accessible and inspiring? Sarai and Haley share what works best for them, what doesn't, and three approaches to storing fabric, so you can find what works best for you.

Storage Unpacked Podcast
#236 – A FlashCore Module Primer with IBM Fellow & Storage CTO Andy Walls

Storage Unpacked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 15:55


In this episode, recorded life at FMS 2022, Chris chats to IBM Fellow, Storage CTO and FlashSystem Architect, Andy Walls. The post #236 – A FlashCore Module Primer with IBM Fellow & Storage CTO Andy Walls appeared first on Storage Unpacked.

Bala Extra
DIGI storage

Bala Extra

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 10:30


DIGI pisa fuerte en el mercado español y en otros mercados europeos. Ahora, a todos sus clientes de fibra en España ofrece 50 Gb de almacenamiento en su nube, conContinue readingDIGI storage

The Ultimate Health Podcast
488: How to Stop Gaining Weight by Turning off Your Fat Storage Switch | Dr. Richard Johnson

The Ultimate Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 100:24 Very Popular


Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/drrichardjohnson488 Dr. Richard Johnson (IG: @drrichardjjohnson) is a practicing physician and has been a medical scientist for over 25 years. He is internationally recognized for his seminal work on the role of sugar and its component fructose, in obesity and diabetes. Rick's work has also suggested a fundamental role for uric acid (which is generated during fructose metabolism) in the metabolic syndrome. He is currently a Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado in Denver. Today we're discussing Rick's latest book, Nature Wants Us to Be Fat: The Surprising Science Behind Why We Gain Weight and How We Can Prevent - and Reverse - It. We've evolved to put on fat to survive during times of food shortage - stick around to learn about the switch that puts us into this fat storage mode and how to avoid flipping it so we can maintain a healthy weight. In this episode, we discuss: Why does nature want us to be fat? Animals that hibernate gain weight and live off fat for months Obesity in pets & zoo animals is a huge issue The surprising link between climate change and obesity How fructose activates "the switch" Fructose causes leptin resistance The connection between uric acid and fructose Ditch sugar & high fructose corn syrup/processed foods A low fructose diet = a low carb, high fat diet Don't fear fruit in moderation + the truth about smoothies! Fruit juices have been associated with obesity in children How glucose can get converted to fructose in the body What chemical reaction is activated by salt and dehydration? When you burn fat, you produce water Umami foods are high in glutamate Foods & drinks that activate "the switch" The stages of obesity Over-activating "the switch" long-term will beat up your mitochondria Obesity is associated with high blood levels of vasopressin Simple ways to heal your mitochondria Show sponsors: Organifi

Plant Trainers Podcast - Plant Based Nutrition & Fitness
Plant-Based Prep Storage with Pat and Dianne Doyle - PTP449

Plant Trainers Podcast - Plant Based Nutrition & Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 28:21


In this episode of the Planters Podcast, we talk to Pat and Dianne Doyle about plant-based instant pot prep hacks and mason jar storage. Each of them has a unique cancer journey that led them closer and closer to a plant-based lifestyle. You will find it interesting how they were able to find systems that work for them to save time, make healthy eating easier, and spread those tools to the rest of the world. We learned a little bit about how mason jars can extend the shelf life of foods, both frozen and fresh. You're going to want to listen to all of these tips and tricks. We hope you enjoy the show. Pat and Dianne are enthusiastic advocates of living a Whole Foods Plant-Based (WFPB) lifestyle, who focus on raising awareness of the benefits and teaching new followers how to easily prepare delicious meals. They also believe in the importance of community support and organize events such as WFPB Informational Meetings, food-prep demos, pot luck dinners, jar swaps, and meet-ups. An engineering graduate of Texas, Dianne stepped away from her career to raise her five children. Now, Dianne has earned the certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies through eCornell. She is also an avid gardener and has turned her flower beds and most of her yard into fruit and vegetable gardens. Pat and Dianne are proud to be helping people on all channels under the name Plant-Based Dallas. In this episode we discuss:  Finding plant-based 2 Cancer Journeys Fave meals  The instant pot and the magnets  Mason Jars

Decouple
The Story of Storage (Mark Nelson Masterclass)

Decouple

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 71:09


Mark Nelson, managing director of the Radiant Energy Group, joins us for the third installation of our masterclass series, this time all about energy storage. We take a first principles approach focusing on the core concepts of storage to equip the listener with the analytical skills to better understand the contentious energy debates of our time. Mark explains the basic physics of storage, corrects common misconceptions, and gives a numerically literate overview of a few different energy storage technologies. Intro and outro music: Etude Op. 25 No. 12 "Ocean" by Frédéric Chopin (Performed by Mark Nelson live after the interview) Listen to Mark's two other masterclasses: https://www.decouplemedia.org/podcast/episode/2a543c07/this-land-is-mined-the-coal-masterclass https://www.decouplemedia.org/podcast/episode/1ebfcc84/a-natural-gas-masterclass-feat-mark-nelson Note: We apologize for occasional glitches in Dr. Keefer's audio.

Crypto Newbies
Episode 24 - An intro to storage blockchains

Crypto Newbies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 18:55


KJ has been learning about storage blockchains - here's what he's learnt so far! Please rate+review and then follow us on twitter - @NewbiesPod Check out the YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpzNPDT9EOdbW7KeYihGxiA

After The Bell with Create-Abilities
Systems for Success: Layout, Storage, and Organization

After The Bell with Create-Abilities

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 22:24


Today we talk about the fifth system for success: classroom layout, storage, and organization. Mapping out your space, thinking through how each area will be used, and finding the right storage materials are crucial to a successful school year.   COM PRODUCTS: https://bit.ly/COMproducts   BECOME A PATRON, FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL, AND MORE: https://create-abilities.com/afterthebell/

They Call Me Mista Yu
Need More Storage

They Call Me Mista Yu

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:13


The need for MORE is a killer unless you are diligent in using what you have. That's rarely the case but this is the episode where you can make your case. Let's chat about it!Thanks for listening, sharing our show, and subscribing to our podcast. Find us wherever you enjoy your podcasts. We welcome your comments and show suggestions by DM @theycallmemistayu on Instagram, tweet us @callmemistayu and on Facebook @tcmmistayu. Enjoy the show! Coach out!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport the show

Thenaturalmedic Adventures
4 Easy Steps for Outdoor Gear Organization and Storage

Thenaturalmedic Adventures

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 9:05


Video Version: https://youtu.be/OQJnpSXh6O8We spend a significant amount of money on our Outdoor Gear. In this week's episode, I want to give your some tips on Outdoor Gear Organization that will help give it a long life. So come along and learn how with these tips in just four easy steps! Hello there! My name is Craig thenaturalmedic. On this podcast, I help you build the skills, understand gear choices and review trip destinations in a budget-friendly manner to help you enjoy the outdoors safely. I primarily focus on hiking and backpacking, but I am certainly not limited to those topics. Instead, I try to give you the best possible information based on my own experiences and opinions from my decades of outdoor adventure travels. Thanks for being here!I try to keep active on social media in addition to my podcast. Plus, you can find my support links here: https://campsite.to/thenaturalmedicadventuresOutdoor Gear Carehttps://youtu.be/VZ1QXmYzvmMYou can check out any products I use, mention, or promote below. You should assume any links below provide me some sort of compensation. If you click these, it helps support the channel at no additional cost. Thank you!Video/Podcast edited using descript. Find out more here: https://www.descript.com/?lmref=Sqa-bwVideo optimized using tools from Tube Buddy. Find out more here: https://www.tubebuddy.com/thenaturalmedicCopyright FourGreen LLC, 2019-2022.Support the show

Grow Your Moving Company
Steven Reed of Big League Movers and Storage Part 2

Grow Your Moving Company

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 17:26


Joining the show is Steven Reed of Big League Movers and Storage in Memphis Tennessee. Listen in as Steven tells the Big League story and how he has gone through hard times and rallied back to grow one of the most respected moving companies in Tennessee.      In Part 2, Steven shares how he got to the point of being able to delegate more, the importance of training employees well, and his top advice for getting through challening times in a business.      Check out Big League Movers at https://bigleaguemovers.com/ 

The Andrew Hines Real Estate Investing Podcast
Large Multifamily Buying, Airbnb and Storage Facility Investing with James Fernandez

The Andrew Hines Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 62:17


In E183, James Fernandez discusses his multifamily building, which he purchased for $4.5 million with no JV, his airbnbs, his US self-storage facility and more. James is an aggressive and interesting real estate investor that shows absolutely no quit. This is his second appearance on the show and he's grown significantly since that time. If you're looking for a no-excuses episode to inspire you to push beyond your current expectations, this is the episode for you. Disclaimer: This episode, as with every episode of this podcast, should NOT be considered as advise. Investment advise is NEVER given on this show. Always consult a competent investment advisor before making an investment decision. Listen on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google, Stitcher and more @ https://linktr.ee/theandrewhines Connect with James Fernandez on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/james.fernz/ Connect with Andrew Hines on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theandrewhines Andrew Hines Audio · E183 Large Multifamily Buying, Airbnb and Storage Facility Investing with James Fernandez Music Info, Artist: JPB, Song: High, NCS Release: Feb 1 2015, No Copyright Copyright Free

Drinking The Cool Aid
DB Cooper // 123 // The suspects // Part 2

Drinking The Cool Aid

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 57:36


On the afternoon of November 24th, 1971, a man that called himself Dan Cooper approached the counter of Northwest Orient Airlines in Portland, Oregon. He was wearing a business suit and raincoat and was holding a briefcase. He paid $20 for his one-way ticket in cash, and it was flight #305 for Seattle, Washington on a Boeing 727. After boarding the plane, he handed the stewardess a note and told her he had a bomb. He demanded 4 parachutes and $200k and released most of the passengers but kept the pilots and some crew members. He jumped from the plane and the only evidence left behind was 8 cigarette butts, a hair on the headrest and a clip-on necktie. The FBI has closed this case and it's up to the citizen sleuths to solve the mystery of the hijacking.Website:https://www.drinkingthecoolaid.com/Resources:A brief history of airline security, hijackings and metal detectors - Servers & Storage (ibm.com)Update on the murder of Earl Cossey, an analysis of his role in the DB Cooper case | The Mountain News – WA (themountainnewswa.net)D.B. Cooper Hijacking — FBICooperCon 2022 // DB Cooper Skyjack Mystery Annual EventMysterious Disappearances: Robert Richard Lepsy - Mysterious DisappearancesThe Hunt for DB Cooper – looking for the Amboy chute | The Mountain News – WA (themountainnewswa.net)Who Was D.B. Cooper? - HISTORY"D.B Cooper: What Really Happened" by Max Gunther. (1985) - D.B. Cooper (dbcooperhijack.com)Earl Cossey dead: Man who packed parachutes for skyjacker D.B. Cooper murdered | Daily Mail OnlineD.B. Cooper Hijacking - The Unsolved Mystery Continues (cultofweird.com)Tuff Conversations Podcast We have the toughest conversations. Nothing is too big, too spicy or too much to cover....Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Proffitt PodcastThe podcast that shows you tips & strategies to create content with confidence!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Grits With a Side of MurderA true crime podcast (with a dash of humor and a splash of alcohol). Produced out of...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Home Gadget Geeks (Video Large)
Dan LeFebvre from Based on a True Story Podcast with Big Cameras and Big Storage Questions – HGG541

Home Gadget Geeks (Video Large)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022


Dan LeFebvre from Based on a True Story Podcast joins this week. Lots of Camera and photography talk and him using his Synology to back it all up! Catch Dan at Based on a True Story Podcast at https://www.basedonatruestorypodcast.com/ Thanks for listening. Full show notes, transcriptions (available on request), audio and video at http://theAverageGuy.tv/hgg541 Join Jim Collison / @jcollison for show #540 of Home Gadget Geeks brought to you by the Average Guy Network. WANT TO SUBSCRIBE? http://theAverageGuy.tv/subscribe Join us for the show live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E/1UTC at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live Podcast, Home Gadget Geeks Find Us! Join us in the

Home Gadget Geeks (Audio MP3)
Dan LeFebvre from Based on a True Story Podcast with Big Cameras and Big Storage Questions – HGG541

Home Gadget Geeks (Audio MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 75:42


Dan LeFebvre from Based on a True Story Podcast joins this week. Lots of Camera and photography talk and him using his Synology to back it all up! Catch Dan at Based on a True Story Podcast at https://www.basedonatruestorypodcast.com/ Thanks for listening. Full show notes, transcriptions (available on request), audio and video at http://theAverageGuy.tv/hgg541 Join Jim Collison / @jcollison for show #540 of Home Gadget Geeks brought to you by the Average Guy Network. WANT TO SUBSCRIBE? http://theAverageGuy.tv/subscribe Join us for the show live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E/1UTC at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live Podcast, Home Gadget Geeks Find Us! Join us in the

Home Gadget Geeks (Video Small)
Dan LeFebvre from Based on a True Story Podcast with Big Cameras and Big Storage Questions – HGG541

Home Gadget Geeks (Video Small)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022


Dan LeFebvre from Based on a True Story Podcast joins this week. Lots of Camera and photography talk and him using his Synology to back it all up! Catch Dan at Based on a True Story Podcast at https://www.basedonatruestorypodcast.com/ Thanks for listening. Full show notes, transcriptions (available on request), audio and video at http://theAverageGuy.tv/hgg541 Join Jim Collison / @jcollison for show #540 of Home Gadget Geeks brought to you by the Average Guy Network. WANT TO SUBSCRIBE? http://theAverageGuy.tv/subscribe Join us for the show live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E/1UTC at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live Podcast, Home Gadget Geeks Find Us! Join us in the

HERBS (Herbs with Erin - Remedies for Body and Spirit)
Tips for Using Glass Jars for Herb Storage

HERBS (Herbs with Erin - Remedies for Body and Spirit)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 16:19


Why am I the “Photographer for the Stars” . . . I mean the JARS? I happened upon an estate sale, went to the basement, and there they were - lonely, dirty, and large jars! And there's more! Each one had a matching lid. You feel me now? After they sat on the counter drying and of course, sparkling I had the funny idea to give them a photo shoot. Lol! Most herbalists I know would have felt the same about a large-inexpensive-jar-find. Learn some tips on where to find inexpensive jars, how to clean, and ways to store herbs.

Travel Agent Chatter | Starting and Growing Your Travel Agency
(70) Friday15: Starting Agency w/o Experience, How to Plan for Site Insp., PCI-Compliant CC Storage

Travel Agent Chatter | Starting and Growing Your Travel Agency

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 19:04


Welcome to Friday 15! Today Steph chats with Jenn Lee, VP of Industry Engagement & Support for TPI, about starting an agency without travel experience, how long to plan for a site inspection, and recommended PCI-compliant CC storage. RESOURCES: - How Travel Agents Can Make the Most of a Cruise Ship Inspection: https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/how-travel-agents-can-make-the-most-of-a-cruise-ship-inspection - The Definitive Site Inspection Checklist: https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/definitive-site-inspection-checklist - FAM with intention: https://www.famwithintention.com/ - How to Properly Crowd Source: https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/how-to-ask-questions-to-peers-on-social-media - Free Travel Advisor Forms: https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/free-travel-agent-forms-clients - Travel Planners International profile: https://hostagencyreviews.com/hosts/travel-planners-international We do this every week! If you have travel industry questions, HAR likely has an answer :) Submit your burning question here Har.News/Friday15 and join us this Friday (and every Friday!) at 12CT for travel agent tips!

Keepin’ It 1000
59. storage update

Keepin’ It 1000

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 17:56


59. Storage Update Music By: Ludacris - Good Lovin' --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/champ-moore8/support

Construction Disruption
Solar Energy and Off-Grid Power Storage with Spencer Christensen

Construction Disruption

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 35:46


Solar energy has been a hot topic for many years, but recently it's taken a big leap forward. With affordable home energy storage, solar is closer to being a viable energy source. More than ever, finding an alternative to fossil fuels and something more sustainable is crucial. As temperatures rise and natural disasters mount, we cannot ignore the need for renewable energy.   Solar power has come a long way since its inception. Now you can install a battery in your home and store enough power for your whole home. But how can you know if your home is right for solar or energy storage? An industry trailblazer, Spencer Christensen, joins us on today's podcast to give us the inside scoop on everything solar! From Salt Lake City, Utah, Spencer is the co-founder of https://www.homegridenergy.com/ (Home Grid Energy) and the director of https://www.lithionbattery.com/ (Lithion Battery Inc). He is highly experienced and knowledgeable about solar energy and wants to share the future of energy with our listeners. The way we build homes is evolving, and the trades job market is following suit as solar becomes more popular.   Tune in for an exciting and information-packed conversation! Topics discussed in this episode: What attracted Spencer to the solar energy industry? The future of home power generation What are home grid batteries? The benefits of storing energy with batteries LIP vs. NMC batteries Info on the ABC Supply Sustainability Experience Center in National City, California How roofers are key to solar panel installation  Spencer's thoughts on integrated solar  What is the typical battery size and the best place to put it in the home? Exciting things happening in solar Which parts of the country are adopting solar energy? Advice for people wanting to enter the solar energy industry Head to the HomeGrid Energy website https://www.homegridenergy.com/ (here) to request a demo! To connect with Spencer, call him at 385-321-1850.   To hear more Construction Disruption episodes, visit us on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/construction-disruption/id1585213239 (Apple Podcasts) or https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMw9xVe_yEaU927JaM-q8-iwdPl4wsZzf (YouTube). Connect with us on https://www.facebook.com/isaiahindustries (Facebook), https://www.instagram.com/isaiahindustries/ (Instagram), or https://www.linkedin.com/company/isaiah-industries-inc./ (LinkedIn). This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Virtual Real Estate Investing
Extra Space Storage's Quarterly Report and What It Means to Us

Virtual Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 11:55


Extra Space Storage's Quarterly Report and What It Means to Us

Primary Vision Network
EIA UPDATE - Crude & Gasoline Build as Distillate Draws Continue, Demand Struggles Persist, Gasoline Storage Spikes Around the World- What Does it Mean?

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 62:57


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Argus Media
Market talks: Grains storage capacity grows in Brazil

Argus Media

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 9:48


The amount of silos and warehouses in Brazil has increased by 26pc in the last 10 years. Market participants say there is a recent surge in investments in new structures. But what is the real storage deficit in the country?     Join Camila Dias, Argus Brazil Country Manager, and Alessandra Mello, a Deputy Editor for the Argus Brazil Grains and Fertilizer publication. They talk about the challenges of Brazilian agribusiness for the storage capacity to keep up with the growth of agricultural production.     Stay in touch with the grains and fertilizers markets:   https://www.argusmedia.com/en/fertilizer 

GOT IT FROM MY MAMA
EP 149: What's Inside Kim Kardashian's Storage Unit?

GOT IT FROM MY MAMA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 61:52


In this solo Lulu and Tori episode, we chat everything from how Lulu got her instagram unhacked, LA's wildest story of seeing people having sex on Melrose avenue, what's inside Kim Kardashian's storage unit and Lulu recaps your must watch shows... HBO Max's The Last Movie Stars, Netflix's 100 days with Tata. And you won't believe who our next guest is going to be!  If you liked this episode please  Leave a 5 Star Review on iTunes  @Gotitfrommymamapodcast Leave a 5 Star Review on iTunes Follow us on @ToriPiskin @lulupiskin

BJ & Jamie
Storage Unit Work Out Bet, WOM, BJ Procastinating Pulling Weeds

BJ & Jamie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 20:46


Hour 3 - BJ and Jamie have a bet. BJ has to work out if Jamie cleans her storage out by November 1st. Carson had some cows in his neighborhood. BJ's wife asked him to take care of the weeds in the yard today. He says he needs to fix his weed whacker so he bought parts for it. Really he is just going to use it as excuse to not have to do it today. 

Tech Path Podcast
703. Voyager Ordered To Stop Lying in 2 Days | Crypto Turmoil Weekend Outlook

Tech Path Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 36:57


It's been 20 days since an investigation was launched into crypto lender Voyager Digital's marketing of its deposit accounts to users. In a statement on Thursday, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Federal Reserve Board said they jointly issued a letter to Voyager requesting it cease making false and misleading statements relating to its FDIC deposit insurance status. Voyager and certain employees stand accused by the agencies of having made false representations online, including its website, mobile app and social media accounts. On this episode, we're rounding up the latest Voyager, Celsius, and Stablecoin drama that continues to ravage the crypto markets.~This episode is sponsored by iTrust Capital~iTrustCapital | Get $100 Funding Reward + No Monthly Fees when you sign up using our custom link! ➜ https://bit.ly/iTrustPaul

Grow Your Moving Company
Steven Reed of Big League Movers and Storage Part 1

Grow Your Moving Company

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 26:03


Joining the show is Steven Reed of Big League Movers and Storage in Memphis Tennessee. Listen in as Steven tells the Big League story and how he has gone through hard times and rallied back to grow one of the most respected moving companies in Tennessee.    Check out Big League Movers at https://bigleaguemovers.com/ 

BIT-BUY-BIT's podcast
Bitcoin not buttcoin. Demonetising butt plugs with MTC

BIT-BUY-BIT's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 69:55


During the last bitcoin monthly I recorded with brother Rabbit and Antomous. we discussed Border wallets after listening to an incredible talk by MTC. I just had to get the exclusive with MTC who has teamed up with superphatarrow to create border wallets, a system to help users store private keys in their head allowing them to cross borders undetected and protected from attackers. Many people across the globe have to flee their countries to escape from war stricken countries or dictatorships. Many other users need to escape domestic violence or natural disaster, the system that MTC has come up with makes it possible for anyone to take their wealth with them even if they have nothing else. It is also very useful for inheritance planning and I just love how creative users can get with this. As always it was a pleasure speaking to MTC and I'd advise anyone listening to check this project out and if you find it of use I'd also urge anyone listening to consider donating to keep the project going. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed recording.   Show guest   Website - BorderWallets.com   twitter - @GhostOfMtc   twitter - @superphatarrow   twitter - @borderwallets     Donation addresses    SPA +purplefire896 - PayNym Bot   MTC: bc1qceqjp8utx4ds0jx9r26aerxsy3pkaluzhuj95k   SPA: https://paynym.is/+purplefire896   MTC WoS permanent LN address earlyfighter41@walletofsatoshi.com   twitter - @MaxBitbuybit twitter - @bitbuybitpod Website - https://ungovernablemisfits.com       As always please feel free to reach out and ask me any questions.   Today you can exchange $1 for 4347 Sats (Sale ends soon.)   Thank you Foundation Devices for sponsoring the show.  Use code BITBUYBIT at check out for $10 off your purchase    

The Freeing Energy Podcast
Jennifer Garson/DOE: Is water power innovation dead in the water? Innovators and this DOE Team are charting a very different course that suggests anything but.

The Freeing Energy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:31


Host Bill Nussey dives into the astonishing world of hydropower and marine energy with Jennifer Garson, Director of the Water Power Technologies Office in the US Department of Energy. Garson helps us navigate the well chartered waters of our nation's oldest source of electricity generation and largest source today of energy storage. She shares just how big a role hydropower and marine energy can play and is already playing in shaping the future of clean renewable energy in communities nationwide.  And, Garson describes how her team is opening the floodgates for innovators and entrepreneurs as they drive even more innovation in this exciting part of the clean technology revolution.

BJ & Jamie
Storage Unit Working Out Bet

BJ & Jamie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 6:05


BJ and Jamie have a bet. BJ has to work out if Jamie cleans her storage out by November 1st.

First Baptist Decatur Sermon Podcast

First Baptist Decatur is a vibrant, progressive, welcoming and affirming community of faith located in the heart of Decatur, GA.To learn more about our community:Visit our websiteSubscribe to our email listTo help us keep resources like this available:Give a tax-deductible gift online

Marathon Money - Stock Investing, Stock Options, 401k, Retirement, Value Stocks, Marijuana Stocks, Cannabis Stock, Blockchain

Sign Up For a WeBull Stock Market Trading Account Instagram @camboni11 and @kennycolin23 and @wincreaseteam Twitter @camboni11 and @kenndrickcolin and @wincreaseteam In this episode of Marathon Money, we talk about interest rates, the housing market and storage stocks. MarathonMoneyPlus.com

Drinking The Cool Aid
DB Cooper // 122// The hijacking // Part 1

Drinking The Cool Aid

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 45:08


On the afternoon of November 24th, 1971, a man that called himself Dan Cooper approached the counter of Northwest Orient Airlines in Portland, Oregon. He was wearing a business suit and raincoat and was holding a briefcase. He paid $20 for his one-way ticket in cash, and it was flight #305 for Seattle, Washington on a Boeing 727. After boarding the plane, he handed the stewardess a note and told her he had a bomb. He demanded 4 parachutes and $200k and released most of the passengers but kept some of the pilots and some crew members. He jumped from the plane and the only evidence left behind was 8 cigarette butts, a hair on the headrest and a clip-on necktie. The FBI has closed this case and it's up to the citizen sleuths to solve the mystery of the hijacking. Website:https://www.drinkingthecoolaid.com/Resources:A brief history of airline security, hijackings and metal detectors - Servers & Storage (ibm.com)D.B. Cooper Hijacking — FBIThe Hunt for DB Cooper – looking for the Amboy chute | The Mountain News – WA (themountainnewswa.net)Who Was D.B. Cooper? - HISTORYEarl Cossey dead: Man who packed parachutes for skyjacker D.B. Cooper murdered | Daily Mail OnlineD.B. Cooper Hijacking - The Unsolved Mystery Continues (cultofweird.com)New Netflix documentary series ‘D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?!' reexamines an infamous folk legend | The Seattle TimesFBI — D.B. Cooper ReduxA reporter's role in the notorious unsolved mystery of ‘D.B. Cooper' - Columbia Journalism Review (cjr.org)The Woman Who Might Have Been D.B. Cooper | Mental FlossThe Hunt for DB Cooper – Who's Who in the DB Cooper investigation | The Mountain News – WA (themountainnewswa.net)D.B. Cooper - Crime MuseumThe Problem With The Boeing 727's Rear Door (simpleflying.com)D.B. Cooper letter, newly released by FBI, offers startling coded clue that might reveal skyjacker - oregonlive.comNew suspect Shayne and I ShowWelcome to the Shayne and I Podcast Where Shayne a sarcastic ,heavy metal coffee loving...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

The Homelab Show
The Homelab Show Ep. 65 – Ceph Storage with Special Guest 45 Drives

The Homelab Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 59:11


45 Drive YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/45drives  45 Drives ceph playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5PIF…  45 Drives Knowledge Base Articleshttps://knowledgebase.45drives.com/kb…  Ceph Tech Talk 2020-06-25: Solving the Bug of the Yearhttps://youtu.be/_4HUR00oCGo  2015-MAY-27 — Ceph Tech Talks: Placement Groupshttps://youtu.be/BPuaKErc0uAhttps:/ /www.45drives.com/support/clus… https://thehomelab.show/  The sponsor for today’s episodehttps://www.linode.com/homelabshow https://lawrencesystems.com/ https://www.learnlinux.tv/

The Art of Construction
272: From Storage Structures to System Built

The Art of Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 41:06


Chris Pearson, Owner, Operations and R&D Lead at Storage Structures, joins us for episode 272 of Art of Construction.  ​ Storage Structures Inc. is a national metal-building subcontractor for the self-storage industry. Recently they have introduced their new Alpha light-gauge, 10-by-10-foot framing system, which is comprised mainly of factory-formed and assembled columns and beams. This new development was the result of a long and thorough research and development process as they looked for ways to grow their business.  In developing the Alpha Framing System, they focused on solving the major problems of our industry including time of construction, availability of labor and staining on the final product. It worked so well they have nearly doubled their capacity for new business.  Join Devon and Chris as they discuss the importance of R&D to grow your business, the details of their new Alpha Framing System, its potential use in multifamily developments, how they linked up with Art of Construction behind the scenes, the science of steel, and where Storage Structures fits into the System Built movement! 

My Therapist Ghosted Me
MTGM EXTRA! "Milking me into a storage box..."

My Therapist Ghosted Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 14:31


It's an absolute zinger of midweek dose this week! Joanne has a burning question about ice lollies, Vogue's had a drink again and an emailer has a classic "first night out after childbirth" story! If you'd like to get in touch, you can send an email to hello@MTGMpod.comFor more information about Joanne's gigs, just visit www.joannemcnally.comThank you!

Rover's Morning Glory
Charlie helped Jeffrey move his stuff in a storage unit, Duji has made the world's worst commercial, & more

Rover's Morning Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 183:56


Duji has made the world's worst commercial. Charlie helped Jeffrey move his stuff in a storage unit. Ohio high school referees only make 72 dollars per game. Former coach criminally charged in naked fat test case. Dieter continues to deny that he was taken down by a sting operation. Kid falls into a septic tank.

The Fully Charged PLUS Podcast
The Climate Crisis with Mark Z. Jacobson

The Fully Charged PLUS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 59:33 Very Popular


Mark is a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford University and director of its Atmosphere/Energy Program. He is also a co-founder of the non-profit, Solutions Project. His most recent book "100% Clean, Renewable Energy and Storage for Everything" is out and available now.  

Happier with Gretchen Rubin
More Happier - Ep. 15: An Airport Epiphany, a Mystery Solved, and the Happiness of More Storage

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 24:36 Very Popular


We talk about a realization that Elizabeth had while waiting to board an airplane, and how a visit to the Met satisfied a longtime curiosity. Plus, the special satisfaction of getting more storage space. Get in touch: @gretchenrubin; @elizabethcraft; podcast@gretchenrubin.com Get in touch on Instagram: @GretchenRubin & @LizCraft Get the podcast show notes by email every week here: http://gretchenrubin.com/#newsletter Leave a voicemail message on: 774-277-9336 For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to happiercast.com/sponsors Want to be happier in 2022? Order Gretchen Rubin's book The Happiness Project to see how she approached the question, “How can I be happier?” and start a Happiness Project of your own. Happier with Gretchen Rubin is part of ‘The Onward Project,' a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Do The Thing, Side Hustle School, Happier in Hollywood and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler. If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bobby Bones Show
(Thurs Full) Amy Mammogram PSA + Update on Bobby and Lunchbox's Storage Unit Auction + Eddie's Thinks He Got Scammed at the Gas Station

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 91:29 Very Popular


Amy shares why it is important to get a mammogram. She shares she is going in now once a year since she's in her 40's. Bobby and Lunchbox share how their business venture is going selling the shoes they found in a storage locker they won on a bid. Eddie can't figure out what happened to him at the gas station yesterday. He thinks he may have got scammed after someone asked him to pay for their gas with his credit card and they would give them cash. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.