In this episode we asked Michael about an ATs' role in the industrial setting, tips to consider when transitioning into the industrial setting, and showing your value as an AT. Timestamps 14:11- Role of an AT in the industrial setting 21:45- Typical day for the industrial AT 25:47- Interprofessional collaboration 27:03- Challenges in the industrial setting 29:33- Professional education and occupational health 34:57- Burnout and the industrial setting 38:20- Showing value as an AT 46:00- Action Item: Recommendations for ATs thinking going into the industrial setting -- If you have questions about working in the industrial setting or showing your value as an AT contact Michael via email: firstname.lastname@example.org AT CORNER FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/atcornerpodcast Instagram, Website, YouTube, and other links: atcornerds.wixsite.com/home/links EMAIL US: email@example.com SAVE on Medbridge: Use code ATCORNER to get $175 off your subscription SAVE on Precision AT: Use code ATCORNER for 15% off all home study courses Season 1 CEU Multi-pack: Get all of your season 1 CEUs in one pack! Music: Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA -- - Sandy & Randy
Sam Lucania talks with Jason and Mikey about his journey to sobriety and what led him down a path of addiction. Growing up in New Jersey, Sam had a typical upbringing. He was a high-energy kid and had a lot of anxiety. He was also depressed, as a lot of adolescent kids deal with school problems as well as problems at home. To hide all this, he started drinking and using "gateway" drugs like marijuana and alcohol. Eventually, this led to pills & heavy drinking combined. It started as self-medicating but eventually turned destructive. He was taking very high doses of prescription drugs and drinking heavily. He started to have suicidal thoughts and eventually overdosed. When Sam overdosed, he woke up handcuffed to a gurney and had no idea how he got there. He didn't get the help and counseling he needed after this, thinking he was fine. This led to him breaking and entering and stealing from a friend to support his habit, and being sentenced to jail for 3 years in 2015. This was the wake-up call he needed and has been active in recovery ever since. Typical sobriety practices didn't work for Sam, so he found his own "holy trinity" of things that keep him sober: his spiritual fitness, physical fitness, and mental fitness. He was first inspired to do public speaking and share his story in hopes of helping someone out that may be going through a similar ordeal. Now, Sam is an author as well, with his first book just released called "Just Don't Die", which reinforces his belief that you can cure addiction, alcoholism, and other diseases, but you can't cure death. Even if you feel like you're on the brink, you can get help and make a recovery. This is Sam Anthony in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Sam and to connect with him visit https://samanthonyspeaks.com/ For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/
We have always tried to get different perspectives/roles on the podcast, so we decided to bring on our favorite ref Renee Marcellus! She has been reffing us since we were 12 years old and has been traveling the wold for international and national events ever since. BTW Joe and Micah are setters so they asked for a lot of tips on how to get their arguments through to refs haha. Typical setters...
In this day and age, businesses cannot afford not to do digital marketing. The online space has made it easier for companies to reach their target market. On top of that, it opened their business to a global marketplace. Dustin DeVries, a digital marketing expert, joins us today as we chat about all things websites, SEO, and the trends in digital marketing this 2022. For everybody who'd like to grow their business through digital marketing, this is the episode you really need to listen to. So go ahead and jump into the episode! Resource Links: Connect with Dustin DeVries on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dustinbdevries/ Visit their website here: https://caffeineinteractive.com/ Your Social Voice Website (https://www.yoursocialvoice.com.au/) Become the Mogul of your industry (https://www.mogulcall.com) Join our Mogul Mastermind (https://www.mogulmastermind.com.au/) What we discussed in this episode: Introduction [0:00] What does Dustin Devries do? [0:57] What got Dustin into Digital Marketing [1:22] Biggest shifts in digital marketing over the last couple of years [2:50] Limitations of drag and drop, easy-to-use website builders [4:25] SEO results: Custom-built websites vs easy-to-use site builders [6:12] Common pitfalls of businesses when it comes to digital marketing [7:48] Dustin's favourite aspect in digital marketing [9:50] Incoming trends for digital marketing this year 2022 [12:31] Dustin's New Year Resolutions [17:25] About Dustin DeVries: Dustin DeVries is the co-founder and technology consultant at Caffeine Interactive Technologies — a provider of web-based solutions for businesses. Typical clients include startups and web-based ventures looking to design the next killer SaaS app or web-based product. Dustin helps businesses solve problems with web and mobile software solutions. His hobbies include reading, gardening, tennis, fishing, camping, and spending time with family. Thanks for checking out today's episode! Be sure to tune in for the next one, subscribe, and share this podcast. Connect with The Kim Barrett Show: Subscribe on Youtube Follow Us on Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Jake and Chad discuss the recent news of The Dustin Huff Buck! This gigantic typical whitetail is had officially marked itself in the whitetail history books. Follow along as we discuss: - The story of the hunt - How far the deer traveled - Who owns it now? - Jordan Buck Recap - And Much More CONNECT: https://linktr.ee/exodustrailcameras https://linktr.ee/TheLandPodcast https://bit.ly/TheDeerGearPodcast
We all want to be more productive, creative and fulfilled. This show is literally built on that premise, and there are an infinite number of ways to get there. On today's show I share 6 prompts with the goal to give you the scaffolding to engage in meaningful self-reflection. Pro tip: discomfort and anxiety mean you're going in the right direction. The deeper you dig, the better. You don't need a pen and paper to do this exercise. List of prompts: Assessing life harmony vs. balance Burnout level. Physical manifestation of stress? One year from now, what do you hope to have accomplished? What can you let go of? Hit me up via text at 206-309-5177 or on social with a brief message about how you are going to change your habits in 2022. Enjoy. --- Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in photo/video, art/design, music/audio, craft/maker and the ability to make a living in any of those disciplines. They are high quality, highly curated classes taught by the world's top experts -- Pulitzer, Oscar, Grammy Award winners, New York Times best selling authors and the best entrepreneurs of our times.
If you were to believe everyone you hear online talking about Facebook ads, you'd either believe they are the one true answer to all of your business woes… or the worst thing to have ever happened in marketing. But which is it, really? In this episode, I break it down to find the answer nestled in the middle. I learned the hard way so that you don't have to. So, I cover all of your questions, why you might run Facebook ads, their pros and cons, busting myths, and share nine things you need to have in place if and when you decide to take the plunge. In this episode, you'll hear… 03:04 - Ways people talk about Facebook ads online 10:50 - Typical reasons Facebook ads don't work 20:27 - The purpose of Facebook ads 27:48 - When Facebook ads are helpful in your business 30:27 - What to have in place to run Facebook ads, now and in the future RESOURCES: https://www.samvanderwielen.com/episode-12/ (Episode 12. How to Find Clients for Your Online Business) https://www.samvanderwielen.com/episode-13/ (Episode 13. How to Create a Program That Sells Itself) https://www.samvanderwielen.com/episode-14/ (Episode 14. How to market your evergreen product + which platforms you should be on) Pre-Qualify Before They Buy freebie - https://www.samvanderwielen.com/prequalify-oyt/ (https://www.samvanderwielen.com/prequalify-oyt/) LEARN: Read https://www.samvanderwielen.com/blog/ (Sam's Blog) for the latest legal tips, podcast episodes & behind the scenes of building her seven-figure business. Listen to our https://www.samvanderwielen.com/customer-testimonials/ (customer stories) to see how getting legally legit has helped 1,000s of entrepreneurs grow their own businesses. CONNECT: Join the http://www.samvanderwielen.com/oyt-workshop (Free Legal Workshop) Follow Sam on https://instagram.com/samvanderwielen (Instagram) for legal tips, business-building advice & daily food + Hudson pics Like us on https://facebook.com/samvanderwielenllc (Facebook) Follow my podcast, On Your Terms, on https://www.instagram.com/onyourtermspodcast/ (Instagram) so you catch all our episodes Subscribe and follow on all podcast platforms and activate notifications for new episodes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-your-terms/id1576423248 (Apple Podcasts) https://open.spotify.com/show/54rD5CEydcpUITq65RcM9M (Spotify) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9vbnlvdXJ0ZXJtcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vcnNzZmVlZA (Google Podcasts) https://onyourterms.captivate.fm/listen (Captivate) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRvmhnGVaMbL7Jf3_MgfNiA (YouTube) FAV TOOLS: https://app.kajabi.com/r/fLP3TYLV/t/6lnttyqz (Kajabi) // use Kajabi to sell your course, program, or even build your entire website. Get a 30-day free trial with my link. https://checkout.samcart.com/referral/wYwf9Zq0/Rv6iUB54jhGTo7RM (SamCart) // what I use for my checkout pages and payment processing and LOVE. And no, not because it's my name. https://convertkit.com/?lmref=SiAv4Q (ConvertKit) // what I use to build my email list, send emails to my list, and create opt-in forms & pages. DISCLAIMER: Although Sam is an attorney she doesn't practice law and can't give you legal advice. All episodes of On Your Terms are educational and informational only. The information discussed here isn't legal advice and isn't intended to be. The info you hear here isn't a substitute for seeking legal advice from your own attorney. AFFILIATE LINKS: Some of the links we share here may be affiliate links, which means we may make a small financial reward for referring you, without any cost difference to you. You're not obligated to use these links, but it does help us to share resources. Thank you for supporting our business! On Your Terms is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media).
The forecast for this weekend should be a relief to everyone--mostly dry for most of Washington and Oregon. In fact, a trend to drier conditions is quite typical for the last half of January, and this podcast will tell you why. Some super dry conditions are expected for the end of next week....so get prepared for outdoor fun.
In today's episode of the Gentle Parenting Show, Kim interviews Dr. Ana-Maria Temple. Dr. Temple is a holistic pediatrician, best-selling author, mother of 3, and award-winning speaker. She has appeared on over 100 TV News and Podcast segments. During her 22 year career, she has treated over 36,000 patients. Her passion is to inspire, educate and empower parents to revamp their family's health to prevent children from developing chronic disease. Today, Kim and Dr. Temple talk about naturally preventing and healing eczema. They discuss: What eczema is Typical causes of eczema Misconceptions when healing eczema Healing the gut to heal eczema Helping kids without medication Natural remedies for pain Our favorite quotes for the episode are “eczema isn't a skin issue, it's a gut issue” and “healing is giving the body the right tools and the body fixes the problem” and “be better today than you were yesterday.” Connect with Dr. Temple Follow along on Dr. Temple's Instagram where she shares daily insights and tips to help your family live more holistically. Look out for her new book “Healthy Kids in an Unhealthy World” coming out on January 14th, wherever books are sold.
So now they DON'T want school closures? Ha. They must have gotten the message in Virginia.... PARENTS MATTER. What a total mess. Typical politics. Omicron surges and Dems are scrambling in a desperate CYA move. The good news? I predict Dems will lose big in 2022...as everyday Americans make sure OUR voices are heard. Get more online at https://TrishRegan.Locals.com and, at my website, https://TrishIntel.com Support the show: https://trishregan.store/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
During this episode, you will learn about;[00:05] What's in for you in today's episode[01:36] Who's Shane Rostad and his area of specialty[06:34] Typical mistakes that brands make[08:44] Tips to improve your site's conversion rate[12:48] Things to focus on when brands are collecting customer's data[16:54] The different ways to gather qualitative data from your customers[19:41] Commercial Break[20:38] Upselling and cross-selling in the business[28:30] How to do the A/B testing for your site[33:52] Do these things to improve consumer conversion [35:09] Shane's three favorite brands [36:33] Connect with Shane today Notable Quotes Customer experience is the most significant lacking catalyst in most brands.Understand the game of numbers in a business.When complexity hurts, focus on simplicity. Contributors: Shane Rostad - shanerostad Jay Desai - @jayd3sai
A year after rioters broke into the United States Capitol building, the media is in hyperactive mode wringing every last bit of drama out of it as they can. Unfortunately, none of their coverage adds any value or insight to the situation. Typical. And, RealClearInvestigation's Ben Weingarten joins to discuss his team's new piece comparing the real damage and cost of everything from January 6th to the BLM riots that have ravaged the country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How To Retire Early (If you want to) He everyone this is Dan with Wise Money Tools – First off hit that like and subscribe button, lots of good videos coming! I would guess if you asked 1000 people why the save or invest 999 of them would answer “to retire someday.” Most financial planning revolves around retirement. However, ask those same 1000 people and very few would know how much they need to save or how much income they will need. Most financial planners will use the 80% rule. This rule suggests that you will need to generate at 80% of your current salary at retirement in order to have your same standard of living. So, if you're making 100,000 a year, you need 80,000 during retirement. The idea is by then your kids are gone, you no longer have a house payment, and so you can live on less. Let me first say that I really don't like the idea that you're going to take a pay cut. In fact, you've worked hard your whole life, maybe it's time for a pay raise! Right? And what about keeping up with inflation or the cost of living. If you take a reduction in income, and your expenses continue to rise, is that a comfortable retirement? Then you have some gurus telling you to shove all your extra money into paying off your home. Sure, it may reduce your expenses if you don't have a house payment, but what's the trade off? You may have 500,000, a million, two million tied up into a home that can't produce income. Always remember, a home although it might turn out to be a good investment, is actually a liability because it produces no income. You'll get equity appreciation, hopefully, but it's dead equity. It won't help provide income. Then you hear about passive income. Passive meaning you don't have to do anything. You don't have to work for it, you don't have to spend time managing it, it's passive. Your money simply sends you income each month or year. We all want passive income at some point. In order to get passive income, you need to have your money invested or saved in a location where it's growing and sending you some of that growth for you to spend. You're not as interested in your money growing and building a bigger pile of dough. You want your money to produce income. I call passive income the golden goose. Each month that goose lays more golden eggs and you can cash in those eggs. Then the next month, here comes more golden eggs. Now, here's where the challenge lies. After talking with thousands of people, there seems to be a common theme with their questions. The 6 main questions go something like this: Where can you put it so that its safe? We call this “no risk.” No one likes losing money and the closer to retirement the more devastating losses will be. Where can you put it where it grows so I'm building assets for retirement? We call this the “Reward” for investing. If we're going to invest, we want a competitive rate of return. Where can you put it where you can have access to it? We call this “liquidity or accessibility.” We never know when we may need funds for emergencies or opportunities. Where can you put it, so that is produces passive income? We call this “lifestyle” being able to keep your same lifestyle because your income is at least what you were making while working. This is kind of the overall objective, right? Being able to get income that will last the rest of your life. And then finally, if you want to leave something behind for your heirs, how will all that work? This is called the “legacy” leaving behind assets instead of liabilities. And finally, number 6. How to reduce income taxes so that you can spend more. Is it possible to live a tax-free retirement? So, when you're deciding on an investment strategy, how does it stand up the test? Risk Reward Liquidity Lifestyle Legacy Tax-Free Let's think about what every traditional financial advisor will recommend and see if it passes the test? Let's look at the safe fixed assets first. This includes, fixed annuities, CDs, Savings, Treasury Bonds, high grade corporate bonds, and municipal bonds. Risk, no they are typically insured or guaranteed. Reward, nope, very low returns. Sadly, the returns are not even keeping up with inflation right now. That means every year your cost of living goes, and the returns can't keep up. Liquidity – you typically don't use them for liquidity as there could be penalties, however you could sell or surrender them in a pinch. Lifestyle – right now with these low interest rates no one could really live off the income or returns they produce. A million dollars in a CD at 1% would pay you $10,000 a year before tax. Hardly a positive lifestyle changer. Legacy – you can leave your bonds and bank accounts behind, as long as you didn't have to spend it all so that you could survive during your lifetime. Tax Free – Annuities, banks accounts, and most bonds are taxable. Municipal Bonds are tax-free, but still could be subject to state taxes depending on where they were issued. Even without tax, the income is still very low to depend on for income. So, you're not going to get too far with fixed income products. Next let's look at one of the favorite investments for financial planner and that is, Mutual funds. Risk, yes there is risk, in fact you take all the risk. Reward? You hope so, I mean your risking your money. Mutual funds after accounting for volatility and fees they end up on average at about 8%. Then subtract taxes and you'll be at 5-6%. Is risking all your money worth 5-6%? Liquidity – Yes, you can sell your funds, unless they are in a retirement plan, but you'll sell them at the current market, might be up, might be down, and then you'll pay taxes, and finally you'll give up all future rewards. The reality, they aren't made for liquidity. When it comes to lifestyle and income, you may be able to pull off income from the funds. But again, you take the risk. What if you take out income, and the market drops 20% in a given year? That is a double whammy! You may run out of money faster than you thought. This is why Wall Street uses the 4% rule. You should not take more than 4% out of your mutual funds each year or you may run out of money before you run out of life. Next, when you die, you can leave your mutual funds for your heirs. They may have to go through probate, and hopefully you won't die just as the market tanks. And finally, are the tax-free? The growth, dividends, and income are taxable. So, depending on your tax bracket that could take off 2-4% from your return each year. The last one we'll look at is real estate. Because there is so many ways to get involved in RE, from being a lender, an investor, a landlord, a builder, a flipper and so forth, let's look at having passive real estate into a real estate fund as an investor. Typical real estate funds or Real estate investment trusts, called REITs, are popular with financial advisors. These are typically done through hedge funds or partnerships. So lets apply the test: Risk? Yes, there is risk, you take all of it. Real estate typically will have some value and depending on the asset may take much of the risk off the table. Reward – there could be a reward. Depending on management, properties, the economy, and fees, the successful syndicated real estate partnership will return around 8-12%. Liquidity – not really at all. Some programs offer a buy out at some point, but that typically is not an attractive solution to needing your money. Lifestyle – the returns if consistent and in a good property could produce income. The issue becomes how long the program will last; in other words, how long will you get income. And then the economy and the market, could the income be cut off in down market? You really must study the program and what they are investing in. Next, can you leave a legacy. Yes, the asset can be passed with potential probate and tax issues to deal with. Your heirs may not be able to liquidate it either. And lastly – tax free. There is typically some decent write offs and deprecation with real estate which gives tax advantages early one. However, at some point the income and any growth could be taxable. Okay, so that's a good start – lets end with using Leveraged Life Insurance. This is a strategy that your traditional financial advisor has no access to nor knows it exits. We're running time constraints, so I'll lightly touch on the 6 keys. First, risk. All the assets are safe, and even guaranteed. You don't have to worry about markets and crashes inside a highly rated insurance company. Next, how about reward? Well, if you use our leveraging strategy, it's not uncommon to get double digit returns over time. In fact, higher than your typical mutual funds, where you risk all your money. How about liquidity? Yes, you can access your capital for emergencies or opportunities, and by using the “loan” feature, your money can continue to grow and compound even when you are in need and using it. Next is leaving a legacy. Nothing is better for a legacy than life insurance. You'll leave substantially more death benefit than the amount you invested and all the growth and income. There really is nothing like it for your estate. Finally – if you do this right, the growth, the income, and the legacy can all be tax-free! Think about your money growing tax free, then living off passive income, tax-free, then leaving behind more than your asset is worth all tax-free as well. Alight, glad you stuck with me. So, whenever you are thinking about retirement or maybe taking about it at work with colleagues, now you know You can get double digit returns, Keep your money safe Keep it liquid Create substantial passive income Leave a legacy for your family And do it all tax free! If you want to see how it might work in your situation, Click below on the link Dansgifts and there you'll get more information. You can even schedule a strategy session and we can talk about your situation, it's certainly worth exploring. That's if for this video – don't forget to like and subscribe so you never miss a video Until next week – Take care!
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Slob and The Slob are two extreme or splatterpunk horror books published at either end of the subgenre's timeline. The Slob by Aron Beauregard from 2021 https://amzn.to/3EZswtY Slob by Rex Miller in 1986 https://amzn.to/3s8JuSU Note that Slob is not easy to find. I was lucky to find one for under 10 dollars at Thrift Books. Both have elements of extreme, dark, and gory horror fiction. Your content advisory of choice can guide you past brutal scenes, bodily violence, gender-based violence, morally questionable ideas, and elements often found in very dark horror. 00:00 - Slob and The Slob - Extreme and Splatterpunk horror 00:20 - The Slob was a Splatterpunk Award nominee 01:58 - Why talk about both books? 02:18 - Slob was a 1986 Bram Stoker Award winner 04:39 - Differences in writing styles 06:22 - How the gore stacks up 08:15 - Splatterpunk or Extreme? Or both? 09:11 - Have you read either of these books? ✮✮✮✮✮✮ Welcome to Typical books; horror fiction unbound - I am Lydia Peever, horror author and co-host of the horror film podcast Dead Air and creator of the horror booktube channel Typical Books. If you want more, head over to Patreon for extended and bonus shows! Typical Books is one of the Top 35 Canadian podcasts! Feedspot has a team of over 25 experts whose goal is to discover and rank popular blogs, podcasts, and youtube channels in several niche categories. If you are looking for something new to read, some insight or reviews of horror you have read, or even talk from a writer's perspective, I hope you enjoy this little podcast. Check out the Youtube version by searching Typical Books, or visit me at typicalbooks.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/typicalbooks/message
Welcome to The Mental Breakdown and Psychreg Podcast! Today, Dr. Berney and Dr. Marshall discuss oppositional behavior in children and various factors that differentiate typical from atypical behavior. Read the article from WebMD here. You can now follow Dr. Marshall on twitter, as well! Dr. Berney and Dr. Marshall are happy to announce the release of their new parenting e-book, Handbook for Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child Part 2: Attention. You can get your copy from Amazon here. We hope that you will join us each morning so that we can help you make your day the best it can be! See you tomorrow. Become a patron and support our work at http://www.Patreon.com/thementalbreakdown. Visit Psychreg for blog posts covering a variety of topics within the fields of mental health and psychology. The Parenting Your ADHD Child course is now on YouTube! Check it out at the Paedeia YouTube Channel. The Handbook for Raising an Emotionally Health Child Part 1: Behavior Management is now available on kindle! Get your copy today! The Elimination Diet Manual is now available on kindle and nook! Get your copy today! Follow us on Twitter and Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube Channels, Paedeia and The Mental Breakdown. Please leave us a review on iTunes so that others might find our podcast and join in on the conversation!
Devon Allen is a US champion and two-time Olympian in the 110m hurdles (5th in Rio 2016, 4th in Tokyo 2020) with his sights set on Gold in Paris 2024. Not only is Devon world-class in track & field, he was also a leading football wide receiver during his time at University of Oregon. We ask Devon about balancing football and track while at UO and why he ultimately went pro in track over football. We also get into party stories from his time in college and at the Olympics, such as his epic beer pong game at Rio 2016, partying with Usain Bolt, and whether football players or distance runners go the hardest. Devon is down to give the beer mile a go, so you better believe we are gonna hold him to that and get something organized in 2022. We might also have to hop on Halo and show him and Matt Centrowitz what's up. Follow @DevonAllen13 on the Insta. Watch the video version: https://youtu.be/3Wpglusx7AA Help us grow the show: Sauce us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Spotify Join our Patreon for exclusive, uncut and uncensored content + big giveaways: https://www.patreon.com/beermile Subscribe to Beer Mile Media on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/beermilemedia Brought to you by MANSCAPED: Use code BEERMILE for 20% Off + Free Shipping at MANSCAPED.COM Use code CROBERTSON20 for 20% Off at Athletic Brewing Beer: https://athletic-brewing-co.sjv.io/gbGWzA Topics Intro 0:00 Halo with Matt Centrowitz 7:00 Distance runners party the hardest 9:10 Choosing track over football 16:35 Penn Relays, Shuttle Hurdle face-off between countries 19:56 How fast could Devon run 400m hurdles and will he step up in distance? 24:20 Typical training day for Devon 27:10 Training for football and track at Oregon 30:20 Choosing Pro Track over Football 34:15 Playing in the NFL after 2024 Olympics? 35:00 Rio Olympics 2016 38:30 How Tokyo 2020 differed from Rio 2016 40:20 Mindset/approach to an Olympic year 45:00 Snoop Dogg and Kevin Hart commenting on Devon's dance moves 47:20 Race mindset and preparation 49:05 Partying at Rio Olympics with Usain Bolt and other countries 51:25 2022 racing plans 55:40 Listener questions 1:02:10 Social Follow Beer Mile Media on Instagram Follow Beer Mile Media on Facebook Follow Beer Mile Media on Twitter Follow Beer Mile Media on TikTok Join the Beer Mile Strava Club Follow Chris on Strava Follow Chris on Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/support
Discover how to generate more well-paying clients through the right marketing hacks for your business online Learn why you should stop selling your product to your clients and understand your clients more Understand why having motivation is an important thing in growing out your business Resources/Links: Wanting to Up Your Marketing Game On and Get the Clients and Profits You've Always So Deserved? Find out what marketing hacks should you be doing to awesomely grow your business: Suttidayang.com Summary Have you been feeling overwhelmed with marketing that it just seems impossible to get more new clients? Do you feel like your marketing strategies aren't just working anymore? Are you ready to find out the promising marketing hacks and secrets that will bring you more new clients and more profit? Suttida Yang is an entrepreneur and digital marketing enthusiast with a passion for helping businesses push for growth. In this episode, Suttida Yang talks about how you can sell fast and gain more by putting up the right content online for your target audience. She also shares why, in marketing, you shouldn't be selling your products to your clients and understand them instead. Check out these episode highlights: 01:31 - Suttida's ideal client: “It's exactly what's in the title, B2B SaaS companies. And typically, they, you know, I'll work with companies who just received seed funding through a VC, or angel investors well into, you know, companies that have now surpassed their Series C funding.” 02:38 - Problem Suttida helps solve: “The number one thing is, typically, around lead generation, demand generation. So the need to attract the right audience that's going to actually adopt the product.” 03:14 - Typical symptoms that clients experience before reaching out to Suttida: “I think the biggest thing is a lack of growth. And I would say the primary thing is wasted marketing dollars. That's without any sort of accountability to show this is what we spent, this is what we received in return.” 04:07 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Sittuda's solution: “I think this is a little bit you have to think about it as like America and more so than a sprint itself. And I understand in their world, time is money, and they have a limited amount of that as well, which then cuts back on the time.” 05:05 - Suttida's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “I would say, I eat my own dog food. Do what I did, which is write really, really valuable content that showcases your expertise and the problem that you solve in the marketplace. And, you know, learn how to distribute that properly.” 05:54 - Suttida's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Suttida's Website: Suttidayang.com 06:29 - Q: What motivates me to continue doing what I do? A: It's all about ensuring that you're doing something you love that you jump out of bed every morning, excited to do and that you're actually making an impact on not just your lifestyle, but your community and larger than that. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “The most important thing is to bring value to your target audience. And the best way to do that is when, whether you're pushing out a piece of content or advertisement, it's to not try to sell them.” -Suttida YangClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Greetings, everyone, and a very warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. I'm Tom Poland beaming out to you as ever from little Castaways Beach in Queensland, Australia, joined today by Suttida Yang. Suttida, good day from down under. A very warm welcome. Where are you hanging out? Suttida Yang 00:24 From Denver, Colorado. Tom Poland 00:26 Yeah,
There is a theme of haunted or psychically sensitive young women in these books! And graphic covers with eye-catching red. Always a great colour choice for horror. 00:00 - New Horror Books for December 2021 01:50 - The Stoning by Amanda Johns https://amzn.to/3oGNAzJ 02:39 - The Rat King: A Horror Collection by LP Hernandez https://amzn.to/3IEXLg8 04:12 - Azalea House by Clare Castleberry https://amzn.to/3IEyyT3 05:22 - Pulse by B.A. Bellec https://amzn.to/3GxHPdD 06:55 - The Spiral by Nikki DeKeuster https://amzn.to/3GxHQhH 08:17 - Touched by Shadows by Vaughn A. Jackson https://amzn.to/3yjeeBN 09:19 - Find more new horror books https://horror.org/newreleases/ ✮✮✮✮✮✮ Welcome to Typical books; horror fiction unbound - I am Lydia Peever, horror author and co-host of the horror film podcast Dead Air and creator of the horror booktube channel Typical Books. If you want more, head over to Patreon for extended and bonus shows! Typical Books is one of the Top 35 Canadian podcasts! Feedspot has a team of over 25 experts whose goal is to discover and rank popular blogs, podcasts, and youtube channels in several niche categories. If you are looking for something new to read, some insight or reviews of horror you have read, or even talk from a writer's perspective, I hope you enjoy this little podcast. Check out the Youtube version by searching Typical Books, or visit me at typicalbooks.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/typicalbooks/message
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In this episode, I talk to Laura Fuentes, the creator of MOMables, to chat all about meal planning for busy families and how to get started when you're too overwhelmed to take that first step! These tips will set you up for success in creating a maintainable family meal plan and make the thought of mealtime prep more enjoyable! Laura and I both agree that many times the thought of meal planning can be too overwhelming for many, especially when both parents are often working full time hours and carting their kids around to activities on top of school or daycare. I've been there too and I know the daunting feeling of feeding my family healthy meals, packing lunches and then doing the whole dang thing over again the next week. Laura has so much knowledge and really breaks down easy tips for making meal planning a habit, for planning meals with minimum time - and as a mom of 3 - she shares some of the super smart strategies she implements to have meals ready and on the table FAST! Plus… she gives us her top 5 breakfast ideas to keep ideas fresh and varied…cause that breakfast rut is a very real thing! I hope you enjoyed this episode as much as I did and as always, if you find the tips helpful in this episode please leave a rating and review at Apple Podcasts! Just a quick one line review and a 5 star rating helps me reach more parents just like you who can benefit from my tips and tricks when it comes to feeding their little one :) ♥ Listen on Apple Podcasts ♥ Listen on Spotify ♥ Listen on Google Podcasts Additional Resources: Starting solids with your baby? If you're unsure where to start, jump right into my Baby Led Feeding online course! This course gives you all the steps - from what to feed, how to feed and how to progress your baby in textures, so you set your baby up with the skills to become an adventurous eater for life! BABY LED FEEDING ONLINE COURSE: https://mylittleeater.com/baby-led-feeding/ If you've started noticing your toddler having picky tendencies, my Feeding Toddlers online course is a great resource. This course will give you all the tricks to get you on the right path to raising an adventurous and happy eater, eliminating mealtime battles for good! FEEDING TODDLERS ONLINE COURSE: https://mylittleeater.com/feeding-toddlers/ Laura's Bio: Laura Fuentes is the creator of MOMables, where she's helped thousands of families improve their health and wellness by establishing healthier eating habits as a family with her Family KickStart Program and weekly meal plan. She's the Author of 5 Cookbooks, a successful entrepreneur, public speaker, spokesperson, makes regular television appearances like on TODAY and Good Morning America, has competed on Food Network and won! Her 100K + YouTube subscribers make her an “official YouTuber” according to her 9-year-old that is. Laura is bilingual, born and raised in Spain, and currently lives outside of New Orleans with her husband and 3 kids. In her spare time, Laura reads, sleeps, and works out. What she loves most is taking her family on travel adventures. You can find more about Laura on LauraFuentes.com, on Instagram @LauraSFuentes and MOMables.com WEBSITE LINKS: https://www.laurafuentes.com and https://www.momables.com INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/laurasfuentes/ 30-DAY FAMILY KICKSTART PROGRAM: https://www.laurafuentes.com/family-kickstart-clean-eating-meal-plan/ COOKBOOKS: https://www.amazon.com/Laura-Fuentes/e/B00IKUA23W/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1397245955&sr=8-1 FREE CLEAN EATING HANDBOOK: https://www.momables.com/exclusive-real-food-ks/ Skip To… Laura's journey with MOMables (3:07) The simplest way to start meal planning (9:57) Typical steps and tricks for easy meal planning (16:00) 5 go to breakfast ideas for busy mornings (28:17)
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Find out how to work your way online and gain more exposure with the top search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing Learn why Search Engine Optimization is more than just looking for the right keywords Understand what you should be avoiding when wanting to gain more traction, more traffic, and more clients to your website Resources/Links: Wanting to Find Out How to Stay On The Top Online and Bring Traffic Into Your Website? Learn how to make the most out of Search Engine Optimization and rank up your site online: www.ThisIsMySouthBay.com Summary Have you been trying to get more traffic into your website but just end up struggling and putting in more money? Do you feel like your competitors are getting your clients while you're being the world's best-hidden gem? Are you ready to change your online exposure and rank up on the search engine rankings with the power of Search Engine Optimization? Eric Seropyan is the owner of This Is My South Bay, a digital marketing agency located in the South Bay region of Los Angeles. His agency specializes in helping small-to-midsize businesses gain exposure online with a variety of digital marketing strategies. They are an agency that focuses on driving traffic to their clients' websites utilizing the power of search engines and optimizing websites to be ranked organically. In this episode, Eric shares what Search Engine Optimization can do for you and your business online and how to change Google's way of seeing you. He also talks about what are the things you should stop doing when wanting to rank up in the search engine rankings. Check out these episode highlights: 01:18 - Eric's ideal client: “. Our ideal client is someone that has a product or service that they're looking to market on a local level through Google, Yahoo, Bing search engines.” 01:35 - Problem Eric helps solve: “The problem we solve is basically to create some kind of structure in order to get the search engine's attention. And that involves some creativity. It involves consistency and know-how.” 02:04 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Eric: “So there are a lot of people that have tried this, to try to do SEO on their own. They've tried to farm it out overseas. They've tried to, you know, people that they know, their relatives, and so on.” 02:53 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Eric's solution: “The big one is that, especially with Search Engine Optimization, you don't pay for the traffic that Google sends over to you. So Google is not obligated to do anything for you. So you have to think of Search Engine Optimization almost like a long game.” 04:44 - Eric's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “You want to make sure that you do some sort of keyword research. So that you're not just targeting keywords that you don't know what you're targeting. And so there's a free tool called ‘Google Webmaster Tools'.” 05:44 - Eric's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Eric's Website: www.ThisIsMySouthBay.com 06:46 - Q: What do I need to do to get ranked? A: You want to avoid anything to do that is not organic. So for instance, if you're doing a link-building campaign, you need to make sure that it's not, you know, suddenly, you don't have 1000 links coming in when you didn't have anything with reputation management. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “You have so many competitors out there that have already claimed that real estate online with Google, you have to consistently and proactively go after that.” -Eric SeropyanClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Welcome, everyone, to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. My name is Tom Poland beaming out to you from little Castawa...
On this week's episode of Awake & On Purpose Podcast, Jennifer speaks with Hallie Avolio about self-love, law of attraction, manifestation, and more empowering subjects. They discuss the uniqueness of each person's journey and how intuitive ability may resonate and show up for each of us differently, as well as how the current world climate is affecting this spiritual awakening journey. Don't miss today's enlightening, wisdom-packed episode! But purpose is also just as much about the journey. It's just as much about living purposefully. Hallie Avolio A little more about Hallie, in her own words: Within approximately 7 seconds you will form an opinion of me… so LET'S DO THIS!!! Hi, my name is Hallie Avolio and I am SUPER PUMPED to help you create a life you love that is Sassy As F*ck and makes you feel amazing. Assuming you are still here, let me tell you a tiny bit more about ME and then YOU can decide if you want to go further. I am not a TYPICAL anything… that includes woman, mother, friend, entrepreneur or coach. And you aren't either. That's why we are attracted to each other! I LOVE working with women who are ready to get UNSTUCK, find SELF-LOVE, and MANIFEST THEIR PURPOSE! I consider myself to be an affirmation queen, lover of core values, and pretty obsessed with teaching you how to live with intention. And let's not forget the Law of Attraction! I also love coffee, chocolate, bubble baths, champagne, the beach, my husband, my kids, and surrounding myself with amazing people who are READY TO LIVE THIS LIFE TO THE FULLEST. We have come together for a reason… and I look forward to discovering more about YOU and what that reason is. xoxo Hallie To learn more about Hallie and connect with her online, visit https://www.facebook.com/havolio/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/hallie-avolio/ https://www.instagram.com/sassyhealthyfit/ https://www.tiktok.com/@sassyhealthyfit?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/groups/mysassylife/ To learn more about how you can achieve a fulfilled life, live your purpose and make an impact as a mission-driven leader, visit us at https://jenniferspor.com! PS – did you enjoy today's episode? Be sure to like, leave a comment, and subscribe for more!
Find out how you can create more impact on your business and team for only half the drama and less stress Understand why your company can't always depend on you Learn how you can ditch the poor entrepreneur with a decent and rich company and unlock your freedom and fulfill your potential Resources/Links: Wanting to Find Out How You Can Become the Best CEO Your Business and Team Deserves? Learn more about why it's essential for you to have a CEO system in place to create more impact for lesser drama: danielmarcos.co/impact-x-workbook Summary Have you been feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and constantly exhausted when it comes to handling your business? Are you struggling with trying to find the best system for your business that will need less of you? Do you want to know how to become the best CEO your business and team deserve without compromising your freedom? Daniel Marcos is the Co-Founder and CEO of Growth Institute, the leading online executive education company for C-level executives at fast-growing firms. In this episode, Daniel shares how to become the best leader for your business and team without the drama, the stress, and the hustle. He also talks about the importance of having time for yourself while sharing his morning ritual that may help you get your mind and body ready for the day. Check out these episode highlights: 01:07 - Daniel's ideal client: “It's usually an entrepreneur, CEO, that does, at least, have a million dollars in revenue or up. And our ideal client does between $1,000,000 and $50,000,000 in revenue.” 01:19 - Problem Daniel helps solve: “Usually, we think that the more we scale the company things are going to get easier, and they get harder. I've been an entrepreneur for 23 years. I've been scaling companies. And I know how much drama that creates.” 01:53 - Typical symptoms that clients experience before reaching out to Daniel: “They are overwhelmed, working 12 hours a day, six to seven days a week, not having enough cash. And they're having a decent rich company with a poor entrepreneur. We see that a lot.” 03:06 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Daniel's solution: “They build a company that depends on them. They build a company that it's used to for them to go and make rain or save the day. And usually, it feels great because you feel very proud of yourself because you get things done, but you don't have a life.” 03:50 - Daniel's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “The first thing is they have to start with a good morning ritual. I always wake up two hours before my kids or my wife wakes up. And I dedicate two hours for me. I do exercise. I learn something I need to learn every day.” 06:08 - Daniel's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Daniel's Workbook: danielmarcos.co/impact-x-workbook 06:58 - Q: Why is it important to scale? A: Human beings need to grow. And, by the way, it's not about scaling revenue all the time. It's sometimes about scaling profitability. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “For you to build a great company, you first have to build a great team. And for you to build a great team, you have to become a great leader.” -Daniel MarcosClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Welcome, everyone, to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. I'm Tom Poland beaming out to you from little Castaways Beach in Queensland, Australia, joined today by Daniel Marcos. Daniel, good day from down under. A very warm welcome, sir. Where are you hanging out? Daniel Marcos 00:22 Thank you, Tom. I'm from Austin, Texas. Tom Poland 00:25 Austin, Texas. Keep Austin weird. I tell you that the number of interesting people that Austin produces is completely disprop...
This week we are joined by Katrina Adams, who is a former player, was the President & CEO of the USTA, is Vice President of the International Tennis Federation, is the Chairman of the Billie Jean King Cup Committee & has recently released her own book!We talk:Her playing careerRunning the USTAHer new book, 'Own The Arena'Gender Equality in TennisGrassroots TennisKatrina is extremely well known in tennis circles & is involved in so many different areas of the game! Her new book, 'Own The Arena' is out now & is on our reading list
Discover why search engine rankings should greatly matter to you and your business's visibility Learn how SEO is ever-changing and is not something to be done by a one-man team Find out how you can spend less to no money on SEO while making the most out of it Resources/Links: Wanting to Know More About Search Engine Optimization and Help Your Business Change Its Visibility Game Online? Learn what are the best digital marketing strategies that can guarantee an up in your search engine rank while spending lesser money and time: getvisible.com/buy-the-book/ Summary Do you often feel like your business isn't gaining much traction and visibility online? Have you been struggling to look for a digital marketing strategy that would best fit your business online? Are you ready to find out the power of search engine optimization for a lesser expense and lesser time? Jason Ciment was, formerly, an attorney and CPA. He runs a digital marketing agency out of Phoenix and Los Angeles that focuses on SEO, Social Media Marketing and Web Design for WordPress and eCommerce powered websites. In this episode, Jason talks about how SEO will guarantee you more clients, more views, and more profit for your business online at a low expense and lesser time. He also shares what are the common mistakes when it comes to starting and handling SEO that you should be avoiding. Check out these episode highlights: 01:03 - Jason's ideal client: “Someone who values their time at $300 or more per hour is my ideal client.” 01:15 - Problem Jason helps solve: “So it's to help them understand that no matter how much they try, they're not going to be as good as our team at getting them ranked on Google or Bing. So the first step in our traffic solution is to get them rankings on the search engines.” 01:50 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Jason: “Well, first of all, if they go to Google and type in the search, and they see their competition beating them, that's the first sign they have a problem.” 02:26 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Jason's solution: “So the first thing is they tried to do it themselves, which almost, remember, if my ideal client is the $300 or more per hour earner, they shouldn't be spending time doing SEO. The arbitrage is just too amazing for them.” 03:30 - Jason's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “ So there's one idea, it's called an "expert roll-up", or a "leaderboard" is another way of understanding it, which gives you the power of two for one action. So if, let's say you, find 10 people in your Rolodex that are good referral sources, or they add to the credibility because you're part of the conversation that they're having online.” 04:36 - Jason's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Jason's Book: getvisible.com/buy-the-book/ 05:45 - Q: What makes you different or better than people who do what you do? A: Well, first of all, I've lived on the other side of the table as the client for years running an eCommerce business. So I've been an entrepreneur. I've been the guy fighting budgets and figuring out how to do things. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “The algorithm is moving fast. The whole idea of just having a staged set of deliverables to do SEO, that's very, as that song goes, 2008.” -Jason CimentClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Welcome, everyone, to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. My name is Tom Poland beaming out to you from little Castaways Beach in Queensland, Australia, joined today by Jason Ciment. Jason, good day! Sir, a very warm welcome. Where are you based? Jason Ciment 00:23 I am in Los Angeles, California. Good to meet you!
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In Educational Partnership with This show is all about the Beaumes de Venise AOC, which is a double threat, making two distinctly different, yet equally stunning wine types, with a cru for each: Beaumes de Venise has been a red-only Cru of the Côtes du Rhône since 2005. It is a blended wine based on Grenache, with Syrah and Mourvèdre. The production area is spread over four communes and stretches 680 ha or 1680 acres. The communes are Beaumes de Venise, Lafare, Suzette, and La Roque-Alric – all located in the Vaucluse Department. Muscat de Beaumes de Venise has been a vin doux naturel appellation since 1945 (76 years!). It is smaller, expanding over just 314 ha or 776 acres. The wine has likely been made here since Roman times and it is insanely good! Climate Beaumes de Venise has a distinctly Mediterranean climate, and it posts higher temperatures than some surrounding areas because the Dentelles de Montmirail shield the area from the strong, blowing cold of the Mistral wind. But Beaumes de Venise is distinct from other areas in that it has very high elevations -- the vineyard lies on slopes at 200-450 M/656-1,476 ft. The diurnal temperature swings and the breezes at elevation account for the freshness and acidity that is the hallmark of these wines. Photo: The Dentelles de Montmirail, Getty Images Soils There are four main types of soil in Beaumes de Venise – three for the red Cru, and one that is best for Muscat: Triassic Earth (Terres du Trias): Triassic soil from 200-250 million years ago normally resides 1,500m/4,900 ft underground, but the Dentelles de Montmirail rose from deep in the earth, and the Triassic deposits came to the surface. These soils are shallow, poor, and orange/yellow (iron-rich soils often have this hue). The high clay content protects vines from drought and humidity. Photo: A wine made only from the Triassic soils, from Rhonéa Cretaceous White Earth (Terres Blanches). Formed 90 million years ago, this gray-colored rock is made of well-drained calcareous clay and marl (limestone). The Grenache and Syrah vines are of especially high quality here, as they dig deep into the soil for nutrients. Jurassic Grey Earth (Terres Grises) from 140-150 mm years ago are Oxfordian black marl, made up of silt, clay and sand and are located mainly north of the village of Lafare, on south-eastern slopes of the Dentelles de Montmirail. These soils promote fruity flavors and uniform ripeness. Miocene Sandstone a sandy-clay soil produced from the erosion of soft rock from the Miocene Period 15 million years ago. These soils lie close to the town of Beaumes-de-Venise. The soil is credited with giving elegance and subtlety that makes the Muscat here so special. Grapes and flavor profiles for Beaumes de Venise (red) The main grapes of the Beaumes de Venise Cru are Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre. The red must be at least 50% Grenache Noir, with a minimum of 20% Syrah and Mourvèdre together or separately. A maximum of 20% of all the “accessory grapes” are allowed but whites can be no more than 10% of the mix. Red accessory grapes are Carignan, Cinsault, Vaccarèse, Counoise, Muscardin, Piquepoul Noir, and Terret Noir. White accessory grapes are: Bourboulenc, Clairette (blanc and rose), Grenache Blanc, Roussanne, Marsanne, Piquepoul blanc, Ugni blanc, and Viognier. Photo: Grenache, Getty Images Beaumes de Venise Cru (dry red) is a fruity, ripe red, with a medium body, silky, medium tannins and refreshing acidity. Typical flavors are red berry, blackcurrant, and herbs. Certain versions are peppery with baking spice, garrigue, dried leaf, earth, and licorice. There are some fuller versions with jammy, coffee, dried fruit notes with higher alcohol, more prominent tannins, and a long finish. But even fuller versions have nice acidity and a balance of freshness and fruit. Beaumes de Venise red wines age gracefully and are more mellow and leathery after a few years. Roasted or grilled meats, mushroom tartlets, and Camembert cheese are great pairings for this wine. Grapes and flavor profiles for Muscat de Beaumes de Venise (vin doux naturel) The vins doux naturels for Beaumes de Venise are made of the Muscat grape. The Muscat Beaumes de Venise wines are the only Muscat-based wine in the Rhône outside Clairette de Die. They are made only from Muscat blanc a Petit Grains grape, the finest in the Muscat family of grapes. These wines are mostly white (84%) with some red (1%), and rosé (15%), the latter two being from Muscat Noir, a color mutation of Muscat blanc. Muscat has been grown in Beaumes de Venise since 600 BC and today, the grapes grow on warm, sandy soils on mainly south-facing slopes. Considered the most elegant Muscat Vin Doux Naturel in the world, the wines are made through the process of mutage, fortification with pure grape spirit after the grapes ferment to 5 to 10% alcohol. This process leaves sugar from the grapes in the wine, making them “naturally” sweet. The style of Muscat de Beaumes de Venise ranges from heavier and higher in alcohol to lighter with more delicate flavors. Muscat de Beaumes de Venise has intoxicating aromas and flavors like white flowers, citrus, pears, peach, tropical fruit like mango or lychee, honey, and even grapey notes. The wines are sweet with acidity and a very long finish, but the exact flavors and combination of acidity, alcohol, and sugar are dependent on site and producer. There is so much to explore! Muscat de Beaumes de Venise is great with food... Muscat de Beaumes de Venise is great as an aperitif if it is a lighter style or, with, after or as dessert if it is heavier. The wine goes really well with Asian food –spicy Chinese or Thai and Indian are ideal. It's a great gift to bring to a host – it will wow the crowd for its delicacy, versatility and unique profile! Photo: Courtesy of Beaumes de Venise AOC All the Beaumes de Venise wines are excellent and are fantastic value for money. The reds will become a staple in your weekly drinking and you'll have so much to choose from as you pick wines from different soils and expressions from different producers. The whites will be your new guilty pleasure. Thank you again to the appellations of Beaumes de Venise for the educational partnership and financial support for this show! Please visit the AOC's site for more information on Beaumes de Venise! Photo: Courtesy of Beaumes de Venise AOC Photo: Dentelles de Montmirail, Getty Images This podcast and post are part of a paid partnership with Beaumes de Venise.
Join Jamie and Maggie Clark with their guest, April Layton, as they talk about the lesser-known history of the date December 25. In this episode, she provides information on the gods and prophets who are also born on the same day as Jesus. April is a researcher for Mindsight Entertainment. For Reunification It is a widespread tradition that Christmas is a celebration of the birth of the savior Jesus Christ, and the holiday is December 25. Yet, the history around why it was decided to put it on that date was not because of the Messiah's actual birthday. In fact, it was the birthday of other gods, and even science proved that Jesus was not born in winter. April explains that the reason for this can be traced back to Constantine's rule during the Holy Roman Empire. At that time, pagan cults fighting each other had been a severe problem, and Constantine was losing taxpayers. So, to unite the empire, he took details from prominent gods and gave them to Jesus. Constantine did this to make the festivities uniform to his constituents regardless of belief, therefore lowering the incidence of internal conflicts. The actual date was traced back to the Persian god, Mithra; the cave where Jesus was born was taken from the Sumerian god, Tammuz; virgin human women impregnated by divine beings are common themes among gods Dionysus, Horus, Krishna, and Attis. Therefore, it is not a surprise that every detail of Jesus was not his own. The holiday that is well-celebrated across the world today was only a ploy for civic and political gain. Knowing the history of traditions gives a better understanding of why it is what it is now. Glorified Paganism It is not just the story, the place, and the date of the birth of Jesus that is attributed to pagan cultures – practices count, too. For starters, April says the tradition of putting up Christmas trees is believed to be of Celtic origin as it is a nature-based religion. Likewise, the burning of the Yule log is a Nordic tradition celebrating the return of the sun during the winter solstice. Additionally, most churches in Europe were built over pagan temples to encourage followers to convert to Christianity. Yet despite these painting Christianity a negative picture for using traditions they supposedly demonized, it is also common among these beliefs the message of moving towards the light. It sets aside the dispute on what is the one true religion that would give all of humanity salvation because no matter the religion, there is one common goal. Embrace good, follow the light, and then one can live an immortal life. About April Layton: April Layton is a researcher at Mindsight Entertainment. Outline of the Episode: [02:04] The debate on Jesus' birthday and how it became December 25 [07:25] Significance of the cave to the nativity story [08:37] Common details between Jesus' birth, life, and death to other gods [14:15] How the transition to Christianity was enforced across the Roman Empire [16:16] Why December 25 out of all the days of the year? [21:25] Associations of Christmas traditions to other beliefs [24:42] Typical celebration of the holiday after Constantine took over [26:40] Potential of gods being extraterrestrials from other worlds or dimensions [29:37] Some element of truth present in these stories Connect with Jamie and Maggie! Website: www.psychicevolution.net JOIN THE EVOLUTION in the Psychic Evolution FREE Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/PsychicEvolution Become an Inner Eye Member: https://psychicevolution.supercast.tech/
Understand why your individual brilliance isn't enough when it comes to scaling up your business Find out how you can achieve the “business owner joy” that can guarantee help in growing your business profitably and sustainably Learn what are the three components that you should watch out and work on to achieve business growth Resources/Links: Wanting to Find Out How to Put Joy Into Your Business, Smile on Your Clients' Faces, and More Profit on Your Pocket? Learn out how to scale your business using your own individual brilliance: www.abundance.global Summary Do you have all these life and business goals but feel like you've been stuck at a business plateau? Have you been wanting to know how to scale up our business fast and sustainably? Are you ready to know more about how you can generate more clients, more profit, and more joy in your business? Dr. David Dugan is a highly sought-after Business Coach, Mentor, and Co-author of “Bullet Proof Business”. He has personally guided over 2000 business owners towards a better lifestyle. In this episode, Dr. David talks about how you can grow out your business sustainably and profitably through achieving the “business owner joy”. He also shares what are the top three common mistakes that you should be stopping or avoiding that can affect your business and self-growth. Check out these episode highlights: 01:25 - David's ideal client: “Ideal clients are entrepreneurs or business owners who have well-established businesses. They've got a proven concept. So they're already good at what they do.” 01:48 - Problem David helps solve: “The biggest challenge that we see for the well-established business is the question they ask themselves, "How do I scale my business?" and not really scale it, because no one's going to grow or scale their business into the plain.” 02:38 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to David: “Well, I'd like to start with a little bit of a story. Because in the business world, when you do an amazing job at helping tell a different story that-- you know, you've heard it even in the last 12 months, there are business owners who have really struggled over the last year.” 04:52 - Common mistakes that people make before they find David's solution: “Three things that really stand out to me. Number one is they don't know how to read the scoreboard of business.” 06:11 - David's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “I think the first thing is what we've talked about right now, Tom, is to be intentional. Be intentional around your business. And then there is, even though, initially, I can seem a little bit warm and fluffy, there's a real specific structure.” 07:06 - David's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out David's Website: www.abundance.global 07:44 - Q: How do you choose the best coach, someone to support you? A: And that is making sure they've got results and they can help you in what you're doing. Results-based. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “Be intentional around your business.” -David DuganClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Welcome, everyone, to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. I'm Tom Poland beaming out to you from little Castaways Beach here in Queensland, Australia, joined today by David Dugan. David, good day, sir. Welcome. David Dugan 00:22 Good day, Tom! Tom Poland 00:22 Where are you hanging out? Where are you calling in from? David Dugan 00:24 I mean, Brisbane, so just down the road from your place. Tom Poland 00:27 Bris-Vegas, as we call it here. Voted on more than one occasion the world's most livable city, by the way, folks, so nice part of the world to be in.
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Learn how expert positioning can help you build multiple income streams and help you grow the business of your dreams Find out how your voice is the best asset to grow your business, gain more profit, and welcome new clients Understand why you should believe that you're the expert and how that mentality can positively affect the way you present yourself Resources/Links: Wanting to Find Out How Expert Positioning Can Guarantee You Instant Business Growth, Better Paying Clients, and Multiple 6-7 Figure Income Streams? Learn more about the power and magic of expert positioning: expertpositioningsuccess.com Summary Do you feel like you've been struggling with focusing and staying in the right lane that it costs your business? Have you been feeling like you're the world's best-kept secret and that people should know more about you and what you do? Are you ready to find out more about expert positioning and how it can make you more profit, bring you more clients, and put your name in the game? Debbie Allen, a.k.a. The Expert of Experts is an international business speaker, mentor, and best-selling author of The Highly Paid Expert. She has built and sold numerous million-dollar companies since the age of 19. In this episode, Debbie talks all about the power of positioning yourself as an expert in the market through different tips and tricks. She also shares why the word “expert” isn't something to be feared and how anyone, regardless of their background, can be an expert in their field. Check out these episode highlights: 01:29 - Debbie's ideal client: “My ideal client is somebody that really wants to do what I've been doing, who wants to become a highly paid expert. And to work with someone that's been there, done that, and wants to create multiple income streams as I have.” 01:47 - Problem Debbie helps solve: “I help them position their marketing. So they stand out as the go-to expert in their industry. And they're starting out, position them at the top, so they can grow into that and make money faster.” 02:37 - Typical symptoms that clients experience before reaching out to Debbie: “Most of them are just going, "My marketing sucks", "I don't know how to make money", "I can't get the next client". They're really frustrated because they're playing in a general game. They're way too general, and that's very competitive.” 04:04 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Debbie's solution: “Number one is staying focused. Pick a lane, stay in the lane, build their business, and do everything that gives them a return on investment. I call this the ‘squirrel syndrome'.” 05:08 - Debbie's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “It's not just saying, "Hey, I want to be an expert", right off the bat, it's saying, "I'm going to step up my game". And so to really get the best opportunity is to use your voice. Use your messaging.” 06:06 - Debbie's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Debbie's Website: expertpositioningsuccess.com 06:46 - Q: Where did you learn to be an expert? A: Over the period of time, I've reinvented myself. And so that's why I know people can become an expert in just about anything because, you know, I've reinvented myself in different types of businesses. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “You got to be able to step up and say, ‘I'm the expert'. If you're not claiming it, then somebody else is going to claim it.” -Debbie AllenClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Hello, everyone, and a very warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. I'm Tom Poland beaming out to you from little Castaways Beach in Queensland, Australia, joined today by Debbie Allen. Debbie,
☎️ “It's not even important to discuss the culture of DL but it's more important to discuss the root.” After a week break HungUpPod is back with an extended episode with special guest, Podcast Host and YouTube Vlogger TreReal. Guest TreReal Host of UpFront With TreReal and Feesey Boy IG @trereal YouTube @Upfront With TreReal and Feesey Boy
Find out if the question “Now what?” is asked after having achieved a certain level of financial success or not Appreciate the power of reflecting and how it can affect your business and your answer to the question “Now what?” Understand why connecting with our inner selves, our head, heart, and higher purpose, is important in finding out what your next step is Resources/Links: Wanting to Know How to Answer Every Entrepreneur's Greatest Business Question, “Now What?”. Learn more on why you should be listening to your cosmic alarm clock and be the world's greatest gem: Evolvedenterprise.com Summary Have you been feeling buzzed with not knowing the answer to your question “Now what?”? Do you feel like you haven't been fulfilling your potential in the world through your business? Are you ready to connect with yourself and pursue your best next step? Yanik Silver has called a Cosmic Catalyst, a Maverick Mischief-maker, and a Galactic Goofball. He redefines how business is played in the 21st century at the intersection of evolutionary growth, impact, and fun. Yanik is the creator of the Cosmic Journal, author of Evolved Enterprise, and the founder of Maverick1000, a global collective of visionary entrepreneurs making a serious difference in the world without taking themselves too seriously. In this episode, Yanik talks about why it is important to connect with ourselves in order to know your next step and make a greater impact in the world. He also shares his experiences and insights on how connecting with yourself can not only help you grow as a person but help you pursue what is truly yours to do. Check out these episode highlights: 02:00 - Yanik's ideal client: “The ideal client is someone that has had success, is successful. So typically a 7-, 8-, 9-figure, founder, CEO, entrepreneur, who is asking themselves, "Now what?" 02:34 - Problem Yanik helps solve: “There's a lot of things we can do, but what is truly ours to do? And so it's how do we connect our head, our heart, our higher purpose? So our head is our business side, the marketing side, whatever it is.” 03:50 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Yanik: “I call it the "cosmic alarm clock". It's this little whisper that gets louder and louder. You can either hit snooze, or you can answer it. And it's usually going to be, so for me, it was asking a very simple question, which is, "Am I happy? Would I be happy doing what I'm doing 10 years from now?” 05:23 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Yanik's solution: “A lot of times, it's simply saying, "Well, if I get to this next spot-", whatever that is, a $5 million company, a $20 or a $100 million company or, you know, whatever reward you want to materially compensate yourself with, that usually is very short-lived.” 06:15 - Yanik's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “One of my favorites is, "Your questions dictate your answers". So I love great questions. And so what I said before, right, what I'd be happy doing from 10 years from now? Another one is, "What would my 111-year-old self tell me?" 06:57 - Yanik's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Yanik's Website: Evolvedenterprise.com 07:31 - Q: What is another question that they could be asking themselves or another action they could be doing? A: That would be something called a "cosmic checkbox". Something that just brings you joy, and fulfillment no matter what. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “Your questions dictate your answers.” -Yanik SilverClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Greetings, everyone, and a warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. My name is Tom Poland beaming out to you from little Cast...
Jillian Jaccard Murrish stops by The Business Brew to discuss co-founding and running Pier Asset Management; an alternative credit firm. Pier delivers fixed income yield by investing in alternative credit, which they define as all nonbank lending. Typical loan sizes in Pier's portfolio are loans less than $250,000. This was a fun conversation and touches on an asset class that hasn't been discussed much on this program. As always, nothing is investment advice and do your own due diligence! Jillian's credentials are as follows: Mrs. Murrish is a co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Pier Asset Management. Prior to founding Pier, she was Executive Vice President of Capital Markets at Patch of Land where she built one of the first institutional whole loan sale programs in the real estate marketplace lending industry, secured $750M in loan purchase commitments, managed the firm's warehouse funding, and lead equity capitalization efforts. Prior to her time in marketplace lending, Mrs. Murrish worked with technology clients in the Capital Markets group at a leading middle market investment bank, Houlihan Lokey. She has completed the Series 7, Series 63, Series 65, and Series 79 examinations. She is a graduate of the Loyola Marymount University Honors Program and has a B.S. in Accounting and a B.B.A. in Finance. We hope you enjoy the discussion. “The investment strategy discussed in this podcast is only suitable for eligible investors and there is no guarantee that the investment strategy will be successful or meet its goals. Any discussion of targeted returns reflects the intended interest rates paid by borrowers and is not reflective of returns to investors. Also, nothing in this discussion should be regarded as a representation, warranty or prediction that any specific transaction will reflect any particular performance or that it will achieve or is likely to achieve any particular result or that investors will be able to avoid losses, including total loss of their investment. Inherent in any investment is the potential for loss. This podcast discussion is solely for informational purposes only and is not a solicitation or an offer to buy any security or instrument or to participate in any trading strategy.” Detailed show notes below the Stream by Mosiac sponsor copy and thank yous. Please leave us a rating in your favorite app store. This episode is brought to you by Stream by Mosaic, a product that is integral to any fundamental research process. Stream has developed an extensive library of expert interviews that cover a variety of industries. StreamRG.com features over 300 expert interviews. 70% of Stream's experts are found exclusively on StreamRG.com. Visit StreamRG.com today for a 14 day trial. Tell them The Business Brew sent you! Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see https://www.mikeando.com/ Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Audio ~8:20 - Why there is a market for nonbank smaller dollar loans ~13:00 - BNPL for dentists and how Alt Lenders work on the backend of the transaction ~16:15 - How Jillian thinks of interest rate risk ~19:00 - Why all lending/BNPL is really specialty finance regardless of what they call themselves ~23:50 - Why seasoning facilities are win/win and how taxes create an opportunity ~25:00 - Winning business by tailoring solutions to customer needs ~29:40 - How Pier thinks about stressing its loan portfolio ~33:50 – What Pier actually does ~39:00 - How Jillian views her duty ~44:00 – Sources of repayment ~44:45 – Starting a firm and picking a work partner ~53:50 - Why risk tolerances should align among partners ~56:05 - Jillian's tension about having a baby and feeling like she needed to generate returns for investors. ~65:30 - What types of LPs make up Pier's LP base
Find out why building your audience first is ideal than building content first Learn what should you be doing as a solopreneur that can make your webinars sell fast and your clients hooked Understand how webinars can turn students into potential, and possibly loyal, clients Resources/Links: Wanting to Find Out How to Turn Your Online Course Into Something Your Clients and Pockets Will Be Thankful For? Learn how to properly sell the course that can guarantee you a bigger audience, better clients, and greater profit: webinarninja.com/sellyourcourse Summary Have you been finding it difficult to share and sell your expertise to the world? Do you wonder what should come first– building your audience or producing content? Are you ready to find out how to gain more clients, share your expertise, and increase your profit with the power of webinars? Nicole Baldinu is the Co-Founder and COO of WebinarNinja and The $100 MBA. She is also the producer of iTunes Best of 2014 Podcast, The $100 MBA Show. She co-hosts a new conversation podcast, Nicole & Kate Can Relate. In this episode, Nicole shares how webinars are the best way to share your expertise with the world at a low cost as a solopreneur. She also talks about what are the mistakes you should be avoiding when it comes to trying to get into the webinar world. Check out these episode highlights: 01:21 - Nicole's ideal client: “We serve as an independent business owner. So they could be a solopreneur. They run their business on their own, or maybe they have a small team.” 01:48 - Problem Nicole helps solve: “These independent creators, these, you know, companies of one, they have an expertise to share. They've got something they can share with the world, and they want to share it at scale, and so they're trying to build their audience.” 02:44 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Nicole: “I would say that they feel like- all that, in fact, they don't have enough leads. They need to, you know, grow their email list. They might be small. They might be starting out, or they might be early days in their business.” 03:43 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Nicole's solution: “ Immediately, I thought of the clubhouse. So I think what happens is that they try to do everything! You know, they spread really thin. They try to be everywhere.” 05:00 - Nicole's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “Well, if we're going to talk about webinars and signing up for free, and you know, we're talking to the entrepreneur or the business owner that has a lot of tools, and adding another tool to their toolkit can sometimes be overwhelming. But we're offering WebinarNinja.” 05:58 - Nicole's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Nicole's Online Course: webinarninja.com/sellyourcourse 06:54 - Q: So do I build my audience first before I start to produce content, whether it's a webinar or podcast, or whatever it is? Or do I start running those webinars rather than generating that content so that I can grow my audience? A: We recommend that it doesn't matter how many people you have at those first webinars, because going back to what I said before, it's putting in those reps. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “It doesn't matter how many people you have at those first webinars, it's putting in those reps. The more you do it, the better it'll be, and the more audience members you will attract.” -Nicole BaldinuClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Greetings, everyone, and a warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. I'm Tom Poland beaming out to you from little Castaways Beach in Queensland, Australia, joined today by Nicole Baldinu.
On this episode Mike Jesowshek, CPA talks about 1099s and why they are so important to you as a business owner.1) What Is the One Thing I Need to Make Sure I Know About 1099s?2) When Do I Need to File a 1099-NEC?3) What is the Typical 1099-NEC Process?4) When Does the 1099-NEC Need to Be Filed By?5) What Are the Penalties for Not Filing a 1099-NEC?6) What Other Types of 1099 Forms Are There?7) SummaryLINKS FROM THE SHOWShow Blog: https://www.taxsavingspodcast.com/blog/what-do-i-need-to-know-about-1099s-for-business-ownersSign-Up for the Small Business Tax Savings Summit: https://www.taxsavingspodcast.com/summitJoin Our Tax Minimization Program: https://www.taxsavingspodcast.com/tax --------Podcast Host: Mike Jesowshek, CPA - Founder and Host of Small Business Tax Savings PodcastArticle: https://www.taxsavingspodcast.com/blog/what-do-i-need-to-know-about-1099s-for-business-ownersJoin Our Tax Minimization Program: https://www.taxsavingspodcast.com/taxJETRO Packages: https://www.jetrotax.com/packages/Book an Initial Consultation: https://harmonizely.com/mjesowshek-------Podcast Website: https://www.TaxSavingsPodcast.comFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/taxsavings/--------To find out more on this topic and many others visit our website at www.TaxSavingsPodcast.com. You can also give us a call at 844-327-9272 or send your questions to us at: Ask@TaxSavingsPodcast.comIntroduction to the Small Business Tax Savings Podcast Outro for the Small Business Tax Savings Podcast
You already know if you don't have a *good* business and marketing plan for the year, you've already failed before you even begin and that's exactly why Wendy is giving you the 5 BIG flaws she sees in typical goal setting and planning and what to do to avoid them so you can have a break through year! These insights are also designed to help you avoid self sabotage AND have fun planning your year. Join us for >>> “SPARK Your New Year: A SoulFUEL® Activation!” - a FREE 5-Day Challenge & Giveaway. Wendy will walk you through 5 steps to call in your vision for your best year yet so you can master the art of planning using intuition and manifestation and have your biggest business breakthroughs next year, without getting stuck in self-sabotage… and no matter what is happening in the world. Learn the 5 simple things you need to do to get tuned IN and tapped IN so you can feel CLEAR and CONFIDENT about the new year. You will leave with a Purpose-Driven Growth Plan you can take action on immediately. Wendy will also share the TOP 3 things you need to focus on in your business next year, if you do NOTHING else... and there are SUPER juicy prizes you can win, worth $$$ along with Daily Giveaways for those on the live trainings. Sign up for free here: https://wendycollier.com/sparkyourvision2021
Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Goalie Hacks Podcast, I'm super excited to be joined today by another former incredible Goaltender turned AHL veteran coach at the next level now, and that gentleman is Peter Aubry.We dive briefly into the most important skill that kids should develop in order to make a smooth transition to Junior Hockey. The biggest transition or adjustment in terms of development and growth that allowed to prepare for the challenges of Pro Hockey. Most valuable skill the kids should start learning today that will be essential to their success and transferrable to pro hockey one day when they get there. The surprises faced about pro hockey oversees compared to here in North America and the biggest adjustment made that allowed to be successful with Cardiff. Typical few characteristics that younger goalies possess that will help them transition well to AHL & NHL level in any organization. Brief about specific 3 or 4 pillars that surround the goaltending & playing philosophy and the importance of it.Click here for full show notes: https://goaliehacks.com/ghp-085-peter-aubry/Goalie Hacks LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/goaliehacksSubmit Feedback/ Suggestion/ Applications: https://bit.ly/39Fdpsb**Join The Goalie Hacks Inner Circle*****Checkout Our Youtube Channel*****Sign-up For Our E-mail List****NeurotrackerX Details ***Send us a DM on Instagram*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/goaliehacks)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/goaliehacks)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/goaliehacks)
Discover why pricing cheap or undercharging will just give you cheap customers and get you nowhere Learn what is “learned helplessness” and why you should avoid making it a part of your identity Find out what are the promising benefits and the money-making changes if you transform from being cheap to being expensive Resources/Links: Wanting to Find Out If You're Really Charging What You're Worth? Learn more on how you can be the most expensive at your craft and gain better clients: andrewgriffiths.com.au/masterclass-recording Summary Have you been feeling desperate to get more sales that you end up lowering your prices? Do you want to know why undercharging isn't the right and best answer to attract new clients and increase your sales? Are you ready to find out why being the most expensive is way better than being the cheapest? Andrew Griffiths is Australia's #1 small business author with 14 best-selling books sold in over 65 countries. In this episode, Andrew talks about his insights on why undercharging is a big no-go for you and your business. He also shares how you can overcome your limiting beliefs and charge the right price worthy of the value of your products or services. Check out these episode highlights: 01:57 - Andrew's ideal client: “My ideal clients are business owners, of course, who are passionate about what it is they do. They're good at what they do. They work hard. They do all the right things.” 02:43 - Problem Andrew helps solve: “For people who undercharge for their products and their services, things like that, I think they get stuck in this loop of limiting belief. Deep down, it could be, 'I'm not good enough', 'Why would anyone want to pay for, you know, that much for my stuff'.” 03:40 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Andrew: “There are a few things I think, and I've noticed this from working for many years, over 20 years with businesses around the world in this space. These are common kinds of symptoms. Number one, people are working really hard, but they don't actually have a lot to show for it.” 04:59 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Andrew's solution: “A common mistake is, the easiest way to describe it is if I say you can't put lipstick on a wombat. And if you're not from Australia, and you don't know what a wombat is, you might want to Google it.” 06:26 - Andrew's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “Find a business that you personally buy from. You know them really well that you would use this line. They're expensive, but they're the best. Okay, look at everything that business does and learn from them.” 07:11 - Andrew's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Andrew's Masterclass Recording: andrewgriffiths.com.au/masterclass-recording 08:13 - Q: What changes in a business when it transforms from being the cheapest to being the most expensive? A: Everything changes. Your level of worth, your sense of satisfaction, the people you attract as customers, the people you attract to work with you. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “You can't just triple your prices today and then still offer exactly the same product or services. We have to make some changes.” -Andrew GriffithsClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Greetings, everyone, and a very warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. My name is Tom Poland joined today by Andrew Griffiths. Andrew, good day! Sir, a very warm welcome. Great to have another Aussie on the show. Whereabouts do you base? Andrew Griffiths 00:22 Good morning, Tom. I'm in Hobart, of all places! Beautiful, snow on the mountain. Tom Poland 00:28 Oh, Gorgeous!
After graduating from Auburn University and a two-year stint in East Asia, Gray moved back to Birmingham and joined the Evernest team as a Leasing Coordinator. From there he became the Birmingham Team Leader and then moved to Denver to lead the Colorado team. Gray is now the Director of Acquisitions where he handles daily operations as well as a majority of investor communication sourcing deals across all Evernest markets. When Gray is out of the office he enjoys skiing, camping, climbing, being on the water, and all things Toyota Landcruiser. Hometown: Birmingham, Alabama In this episode, Gray tells us what we as investors need to know about the Little Rock market. We cover neighborhoods, price points, rents, tax assessment, environmental factors, and much more. Gray's contact: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor Podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: What's up everyone? Welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum. And today with me, I have gray hall with ever nest who's going to be talking to us about the Little Rock Arkansas market. So let's just get right into it. Gray Hall, thanks so much for hanging out with me today and taking the time out of your busy schedule. I appreciate you. Gray: Yeah, excited to be here and talk to you guys about Little Rock today. Michael: Awesome. So for those who might not know you, give us a little bit of background on yourself and how long you've been in the real estate property management game. Gray: Yeah, so starting out in property management first about five and a half years ago. So I work with Evernest. So yeah, been in the property management game in the trenches for a long time and started helping to buy investors houses. And I think that property management experience really translates into helping investors buy, because I think there's a lot of agents who understand the residential side, but I think it's really powerful to pair it with, you know, on the back end, what does this look like? Because you can buy the deal. But if it doesn't perform, you don't know the rental rates, what the tenants want. And so yeah, that's my experience. Love being in real estate. It's a hobby of mine. So I think most people probably resonate with that it's, you know, I get excited get to do this work get to work with buyers. But some also kind of personally interested in Michael: Totally. And how many deals would you say you've done in the last 12 months on the purchase? And then sales side? Gray: So our team has done? We're crossing over the 600 threshold, and we've got breakers and kind of multiple markets? And I've done around 100 this year? Michael: Oh, that's awesome. That is awesome. Gray: Yeah. So it's fine helping a lot of investors. So it's get tons of market exposure in this this markets been crazy this year. And so yeah, doing consistent deals help you to keep up on the market and making sure that you're staying competitive, because it certainly is still competitive out there. Michael: It sure seems like it and great when you're not helping investors find properties or managing folks, what is it that you'd like to do in your free time. Gray: So married and so I love hanging out my wife, we like being outside. And so camping is something we enjoy to do together, haven't yet found in action sport that we like to do together. So camping is kind of our thing. We've got a little dog, a black lab. So anything being outside is where we try to spend our time. Michael: Right on. So let's shift gears here and focus on the Little Rock market as a whole. So can you give folks an idea of why are people moving to Little Rock? Or why do people live in Little Rock? What's going on there? Who are some of the businesses the big the big employers there? Gray: Yeah, so Little Rock is the capital of Arkansas, kind of smack dab in the middle there, you got Memphis on the east side, it kind of borders up on Oklahoma and Texas below it. So it's kind of like right in the middle of the state. Some of the big main employers are just government with it being the Capitol there. So that's, that's kind of one of the big drivers, there's not tons of big companies there. There's not like a burgeoning tech scene, like you've heard, it's a lot of kind of blue collar. You know, Dillards is one of the biggest company if you're a shop there. And we're going with my grandmother to Dillards department store. So that's headquartered in Little Rock. But government's kind of really the main thing that drives which gives stability to the market, I think that's kind of overall, what I think about is just kind of stability. So it's had stable rent growth, stable population growth, stable and price appreciation. Up in Jacksonville, we'll look at the map here. And then there's the Air Force Base up there. And so, you know, that's a lot of kind of the drivers on the economic side, but just a lot of kind of mom and pop small businesses with some blue collar work up there. Michael: Okay, awesome. And yeah, why don't we go ahead and pull up the map here. And if you're checking this out on YouTube, you can follow along, if you're listening to this podcast, you can try to follow along as best you can. But Gray's gonna pull up a map here and then walk us all through just set a high level, some of the different neighborhoods, sub markets, and areas to keep an eye out for as a new investor is looking at the market. Gray: Alright, so we've got little rock right here, I kind of zoomed out showing where it is in relation to some of the other cities. And so when we talk about kind of city of Little Rock, a lot of what we're talking about, are kind of suburbs or communities outside the city center. So a lot of the places that, you know, property manager loves to manage and I like to buy are going to be some of these sub areas. And so we'll kind of start going through those. We've got the Benton and Bryant area and Alexander. These are all you know, within 30 minute drive of downtown Little Rock. So if people are commuting to their jobs still within the commuting range, these have really good school systems. So houses rent really fast there. Typical three two on a rental side is going to be in that you 13 to $1,600 range depending on condition and square footage, but these houses go really quickly. This County's got a higher percentage of homeowners. And so it's kind of in that B class, maybe some low a class stuff there. So investors really like this area down here. So the bitten and Bryant areas. Michael: Okay. And great for the purchase prices down there, what are we looking at for, you know, your typical three, two? Gray: Yeah, they've kind of gone up. So I mean, you're probably talking in the, you know, 150 to two hundreds, I've seen them creep higher towards the two hundreds. So your cap rate and returns are going to be compressed there, we have seen rent growth. But the story a lot of the country is home prices have outpaced kind of rent growth in some of these areas over the past year. And so probably better by two years ago. But still, if you can find a good deal down there once everything was Michael: Welcome to the club. Gray: Exactly. So I think it's yeah, just good, stable, you know, to good school systems, people like renting there, but little bit lower returns in some of these other areas where you can get closer to the 1% rule. So you're going to be sub that and this market. Michael: Okay. And is there is a kind of general ballpark theme for vintage of a lot of the homes in Little Rock, or do you have running the gamut from older to new build. Gray: Yeah, and like most of you, so close to the city centers gonna be the older and as things, you know, expands and the kind of 50s 60s 70s You're going to start hitting some of these communities. And so that's when a lot will jump up to Cabot and kind of Jacksonwood Sherwood, closer to the city center, you're going to have some 20s, which I'd probably recommend stay away from, and kind of focus in on that in 1950s and above. And so these houses, you're going to have probably 1950s and above with a lot of them in the 60s. Michael: Okay, great. Gray: Yeah. You want ot move on to the next areas? Michael: Yeah, let's do it. Gray: Cool. So kind of zoom in, and this is West Little Rock, it's going to be tougher to make the numbers here work. This is probably your your nicest stuff. And Laura rock, it's going to be a class. So we don't spend too much time on that. But three twos gonna rent in the 1800 17 1900 range, ever. There's some higher rent stuff, but really high percentage homeowners, poems are going to be in the two hundreds there. And so it's been tough for us to kind of find houses that that make the numbers work there. But if you can occasionally find one over there, it might be a good blend, not a ton of cash flow. But that's kind of where you're saying that the home values be on the higher end over there. Michael: And what have you seen kind of I guess, on the west side, we'll take as extreme example, what have you seen appreciation do over the last couple of years? Gray: So previous to last year, which was just kind of a rocketship for everybody? I mean, it's kind of been steady in that two to 3%. And we've seen that bump up over the past year. I haven't looked recently, just what it's been this year. But the numbers are above 5%. On the appreciation side. Michael: That's wild. Gray: Yeah, it is. So it's kind of steady, consistent growth between two and a half to three and a half percent depending on what data source you look at. So it kind of slowly crept up every time. Michael: Awesome. Yeah. So then we shift over to the Jackson, is it Jacksonville? Gray: Yeah, so what kind of go in the river right here kind of separates Little Rock from North Little Rock. And so North Little Rock is an area you can see it pop up on the map. And so that kind of runs from the river. And then you still consider some of this area in North Little Rock. So this is going to be a little bit rougher of an area probably c minus housing. Once you kind of cross over 40 Here, there's some there's some good stuff to be had. This is probably your traditional c plus class and the 1940s and 1960s vintage, the three bed you know two bath rents are going to be in 11 to $1,200 in this area, and purchase prices, you know, between depending on how much work is needed with older vintage house, you got the opportunity to do some value add. But if you're looking for a rent ready house, you'd probably be in that 120 range right now. Something that's kind of move in ready. Then you got Sherwood which is really good Area C plus kind of B minus houses. Three bedroom two baths are in that 14 to 1500 range. And so you'll kind of see as you get out of the city center rent start Tanna creeping up as you kind of move up 67 here so yeah, really an area like this stuff. Just kind of your standard 3-1,1 and a half, three, two houses. Home prices right now. 160s 170s What I'm seeing for for rent ready kind of moving Ready, three bedroom, two bath and so you'll have about a 14 to $1,500 rental rate on properties in the Sherwood area. If you're consistently looking at the properties that I'm putting up on Roofstock, you know, once a week you should be able to come across something that looks good up there that's doesn't require a ton of work. So I think that's why people like the market because you can still get really good numbers and you're not kind of priced out from from a cap rate standpoint. So we'll kind of move up 67 You got you Sherwood's right here, and then Jacksonville. So I mentioned the Air Force Base is in Jacksonville. And so it starts to get more rural as you get outside of town. But Jacksonville is, you know, seen rental demand pickup over the past couple years here. And so, you know, I was looking at some houses, this is kind of more pocket street by street. So if you got questions on house, you know, reach out, there's some some areas that we probably tell you to stay away from. And there's some areas we can appoint you to like anything kind of on this north side of 67 over here. That's Little Rock Air Force Base right there, and then there's, there's some pockets in here that we like that you can still get strong rental numbers on, you know, the rents are a little bit lower than share wood and Jacksonville. So you might be in that kind of 1300 range, maybe 11 to 1300 range, depending on the property for your kind of, you know, down the middle of the fairway Three, two. And then Cabot an area that really like it's got some newer housing. So I've been putting up some properties that are in the post 2000 range, we've got some new builds kind of going on here, a few subdivisions in there. And so yeah, these properties, new moving, Ready, three, two, like I'm thinking of one that was built in 2004, it's on the market for 160, you can probably get it in the 151 60 range. And I think rental rates going to be in 1300 to 1400. And so still really good numbers pretty close to the 1% roll. And there's even some new biulds, if you get up to the Austin award, it gets a little bit more rule here. But I've seen some new builds that are at the 1% rule. And so I think that's really cool when you can still get newer properties and be able to hit the close to the 1% role, because your repairs are going to be so much lower. And you're not dealing with the 1940s 50s Vintage house, which has its own issues in there. So yeah, put a lot of good stuff up in the cabinet area that we really like. Michael: So Gray, I'm curious up in those more rural areas, do you see properties renting as quickly as you do as some of the more centrally located ones? Gray: So yeah, great question. This is something that we've seen as you kind of buy properties and get them rented, if they're close to, you know, they've got a really good school system up here. So if they're kind of close to the city of Cabot, you're not going to have too much of a drop off, it becomes more of an issue when you get outside and you get on where there's just less houses out there. So kind of proximity to Little Rock isn't necessarily going to affect that. But yeah, once if you started, if you bought stuff kind of in these areas over here, you're not gonna have issues. But do know that if you're buying something that's on a little bit more acreage, or it's a little bit further out, you can't get top dollar or your vacancy is just gonna be a longer period before somebody is willing to pay that. But overall, in Little Rock, we're seeing really low days on market even right now, it's kind of the holiday season when we're recording this, typically the longest days on market. But when I looked last we were less than 12 days on market. And so our averages we always shoot to be below 30. And so you know, in the summertime is probably a really good time to look at that. And we're typically in that, you know, high teens, low 20s. Number. So properties are written fast there. There's no shortage of demands for renters, as long as you're pricing the property right. And you're putting out a good product. Michael: Okay, that's awesome. Are there any other markets and kind of sub markets neighborhoods within Little Rock that you wanted to highlight? Gray: Yeah, one more Conway up here. So a lot of we're talking to get is kind of on the outskirts. And I think there's there's other good areas, which kind of hitting the highlights, but Conway is another one. It's got three colleges there. So it's a college town. And so there's a higher proportion of people that's kind of the draw to Conway, but we're seeing some new stuff being built up in Conway,Erin Dreher, our local property manager in Lawrence la loves the market loves anything that she can get her hands to manage, and Conway, typically nice purchase price, but they're probably in the two hundreds, close to the two hundreds. And so I think you're gonna get better return probably in the cabinet and the share with area. But this is something to keep an eye on is the Conway area. And I think just as the city grows, we're seeing some new builds, just kind of along this interstate here. And the same thing here. So as the city's expand, just kind of looking at, you know, we're kind of getting the path of growth. And so we're seeing some cool new build developments up here. There's not much going on right now. But you're so close to Little Rock that it's an attractive place for people will be able to move into newer build. Michael: Interesting, okay. And great. Can you tell everyone how property taxes work in Little Rock? Gray: Yes, so relatively low, depending on where you're coming from. So kinda across the board. Michael: It is all relative. Gray: It is. you know, typically kind of like 1.25% of purchase price is a good estimation of what your taxes are gonna be. taxes are assessed, and there's kind of three or four main counties that the areas that we covered, they're assessed every between three and five years. So previously, it was between every five years but we've seen so much growth that they want to make sure that they're charging appropriate taxes so they can collect the revenue, and so they've shorten that time period. And so if you got questions I know which kind of counties have been really says this year in which ones have been assessed or will be assessed in the next couple of years, but that can play into it. So you might buy the property. And it might be a lower amount, and it kind of gets reassessed every three every three years. And so but that's kind of a general ballpark number, if you just want to broad strokes 1.25% of what your purchase price will be knowing that it'll be lower for a couple years. And then once it get reassessed, luckily, on a lot of the websites can go on the property assessors websites and pull that information right there. So they're super helpful. If you have questions on that. Or if you got questions about specific properties, reach out to me and we get you pretty close estimate on what those will be. Michael: Right on. Okay. So I'm curious to know, being a California guy, we've got earthquakes out here, we've got wildfires out here. What do I mean, everyone's got something but do they have in Little Rock? Gray: No earthquakes, no earthquakes out here. Thankfully, I've never lived somewhere that has had to deal with that. Main thing is just gonna be a lot of trees. It's a pretty, you know, green area. And so looking out the trees in your property with the sewer lines, we don't have I mean, their foundation issues everywhere. But it's not like Jackson, Mississippi, where you've got that, you know, the soil that just kind of contracts and causes a lot of those foundation issues. So I think that is a nice thing. You're not having tons of that it is pretty hilly. And so if you're buying properties on hills, making sure that the water drains around it, so kind of foundation and sewers would be the two things just to keep an eye on. Michael: Okay. Gray: But as long as you got a flat lot, there's no trees on it. You shouldn't have too many issues there. But once you start getting some of the Hillier areas, just keeping an eye on where's that water draining? You know, how's the interior of the crawlspace? The basement? On the foundation? How do those look? Michael: Okay, and speaking of water, do you know are there many flood zones? high hazard flood zones in Little Rock? Gray: It's a great question. I don't know off the top of my head. Okay. I don't come into it too often. So I haven't necessarily had to dig into it. So that might be my that's a good sign. Yeah. But I couldn't tell you where they are on the map. Michael: Okay. All right. And what are some things that people should be aware of that might be kind of par for the course for Little Rock inspection reports for properties in Little Rock that a foreign investor or an out of state investor might have not be familiar with? So I can California termites are fairly common, not necessarily a deal, a deal killer? Do you have something that is fairly common out there that folks just need to be aware of if they're coming from across state lines? Gray: It's pretty standard. Because I've looked at a lot of different inspection reports from multiple different markets. There's nothing that stands out about Little Rock that is kind of an outlier, that you really got to be worried about. But all the standard stuff that we've talked about, you know, getting termite bonds, and then just the normal home inspection stuff that everybody kind of deals with the major systems, but there's nothing that really stands out when I've looked at kind of Market to Market that people need to really be focused on. But as long as you're doing a full inspection and working with an inspector, who kind of top to bottom does it you'll you'll be in pretty good shape. Michael: Right on. So Gray, curious to know, in the Little Rock market? Are you seeing this feeding frenzy that we're seeing in a lot of other markets where things are on the market for four hours, and then getting bids way over? Asker? Is it a little bit slower there? Gray: It's not that crazy. It's not like it was kind of at the peak and you know, maybe July, but still seeing multiple offers on properties. And we're not in the 10 range, but you're probably in the two to three, which I love. I mean that hey, that puts us in a position to compete. It's tough when you got 10 offers that are eight of them are cash and all over asking, right? So we're not seeing that level. But yeah, inventory is still historically low. And seeing new properties be added daily, we've got a pretty wide range that we look at in the market and so we've got good access to inventory. But buyers do need to be prepared, they need to have their pre approval letter done and you guys Roofstock does a great job of getting them educated yells Academy does an excellent job of getting them you know educated so they're running their numbers and they're calling me with really educated questions and we can move really fast in those cases. So that's a really important thing for buyers and so if y'all have not done the Roofstock Academy please go through that Michael and his team he didn't he didn't pay me to say this! Michael: I was just gonna ask, tell everyone how much I paid you to say it! Gray: But for real I mean it's it's great because we work with lots of different buyers and you'll do a good job of getting them from zero to getting in that first offer and building their portfolio and so with it being as competitive as is in the market, we've got to have all our ducks in a row know what we can pay what's a good return to you because that's a lot of the times the question is what should I pay for the house and a lot of times that's what what return to you acceptable with and we can kind of go in there and so yeah two to three offers on properties if they're priced right if the price a little bit over we've made it we get a couple under list price. So not the feeding frenzy but still competitive so let's make sure to have our ducks in a row and put in offers quickly because 48 hours there's a good shot they've got an offer that at least negotiating. Michael: Okay, great to know and I appreciate appreciate the kind words. Gray: Yeah, of course. Michael: Okay, so great you and Evernote and you all are going to restock certified agents out in the Little Rock market. And you were also preferred Property Management partner, which is awesome. So can you walk everyone through what the process is? If they do make an offer out in Little Rock market? What should they expect? What does that process flow look like? Gray: Yeah, so Erin Dreher is the kind of general manager, team leader of that market. And people love working with her. She's just an excellent property manager, she knows the market like the back of her hand. And she just gives tons of really good advice on specific rental rates, and then specific things that we need to upgrade in the property that maximize the rental return, I think it's a really important component to be able to pair kind of the brokerage side buying the house, the property manager has a you know, if they can execute your plan, they can really drive your returns. And so Erin is a rock star, so I get her involved really early on in the process. So once we got a property under contract, we will connect the buyer with the property manager, verify the rental rates, verify kind of the renovation rates, have them, the property manager is going to go out to the house also and check out the house. And so we get them involved early on, because we want them they're gonna be a partner in this deal on the long term. And so we get Erin and her team involved really early on. And so post post contract acceptance, get the property management team involved. And so we can start getting the ball rolling, because we want to use that diligence time to not only check out the area of the property, the condition of the property, what things need to be done, but also on the rental side and get that squared away. You know, I'm doing a lot of the putting of the properties on the on Roofstock's. website. And a lot of times I'm asking her for, hey, double check my rents on that, I think it's going to be this what do you think it's going to be and so I think that's a really good partnership that we've got going on. So I think buyers really love working with her. And I think we can find them some really good long term buy and holds and the Little Rock and kind of surrounding areas. Michael: That's great. And so what do you look for as you're listing these properties on the website, I mean, what what excites you? Gray: So I'm looking at properties, I really like a newer vintage, I'm just seeing those play out with lower maintenance issues, which keeps the tenant happy, which keeps them I think that's the thing, you start to realize everything's kind of connected. And so you can't just isolate that. But I see this like a ripple effect, where if you got a property that has either been rehabbed really well, and you know, there's no big maintenance issues, that keeps the tenant happy. Now, as long as we handle the maintenance issues quickly, that's going to keep them in a good spot to renew. And so I kind of like a newer vintage, I'm looking for properties that are closer to move in ready, because I know how laying out a big cash outlay and the time it takes to get renovations done. So I'm trying to keep that below 5000 If I can. And we're seeing a lot of that stuff out there. That's kind of my target is keeping that below there. And then just strong rental prices. And I'm kind of picking the markets in the neighborhoods that we really like and picking the streets that we really like. And so yeah, looking at from all those and we'll look at comps, you know how we think that they're valued. Roofstock software does a really good job of aggregating a lot of that data. But we're trying to triangulate, just kind of put the best property is up there. And trying to get all the information correct in the front end, you know, trying to get that rental rate talking to PMs, because the last thing you want to do is go under contract, or even close on the property and realize it's a little bit lower than that. So we're trying to be conservative on that, but trying to a fairly realistic value on the rental rate, and then what it's going to take to get that property rented. Michael: Love it. Love it. And you touched on it briefly before gray but curious to know because we love to be very action oriented. What can buyers do to be really well prepared to work with you and your team in a Little Rock market. Gray: And you'll seem does a good job of really getting them but that pre approval letter and I think having your Buy Box, like know what you want to buy, I think I always kind of preach that and when I talk to investors are kind of talking with other on other podcasts, know your buy box. And so if you want a three or four-two and this area, or you want this return, really kind of laser down on that and only look at properties that fit in your Buy Box, because if what I found is you can get this analysis paralysis, if you're looking at duplexes, triplexes triplexes single families, and you just get really spread pretty thin. And I've seen how that wears down on buyers to be processing all that information. And so if you want to set up a call, we can go through your buy box, we can kind of say hey, these are the potential returns. And they get pretty narrowed in. Hey, I want to look at these five areas and they kind of filter on rootstocks website to find the properties that fit your buy box. And so if you can do those two things, we're in a really good position to know what to offer. And I hit on it earlier, but I think also knowing your return threshold and kind of setting the threshold and there, we can look at list price and know that things are gonna go fairly close to list price, if it doesn't need a ton of work, but what's an acceptable return to you? And then we can talk together about how many offers on the property and we can strategize where are the places in the offer that we can tweak to put you in a good situation to win. So kind of know the return that you're acceptable with. And right now in this market probably be willing to go closer to list price don't view that as a bad thing, because you're going to probably miss out on more deals, if just on principle, you want to get something below was price. And so that's just kind of a starting number. But it's as long as the numbers work for you, over the long term, that's going to turn out to be a really good investment. Michael: Yeah, it's such a good point to make, because I think so many people are ego driven. And if it's like, if you can get the property for 100, but the same property is listed at 110. You're like, oh, this is awesome. But if that same property is listed at 90, like, Oh, this is a ripoff. But you said there's 100 grand, Gray: Even if somebody bought it for way lower beforehand, that doesn't necessarily like that might be the market rate, like they may have bought from a family member, right, the previous owner might have been in a financial situation, or they might have done the work. And you're getting it kind of at market rate. And so don't want… I've seen that play in the buyers heads of them passing on a good property because somebody else had gotten it cheaper, right? And it might be ego, or it might just be nobody wants to get in, you know, you don't want to get shorted or get a bad deal. And kind of get swindled over and so, since those two things kind of both affect buyers kind of psyche when they're looking at properties. Michael: Yeah. Well, this is such a great conversation to level set that to understand like, Yeah, this is the expectation going into this market. So just know that I think is really, really helpful. Gray: Yeah, 100%. Michael: Awesome. Well, Gray, this has been awesome, man. Any other tips, tricks, pieces of insight that you want to share with our listeners about this market? Gray: No. Reach out to us if you got questions about it. I'm excited to do this kind of thing, because I think it sets a really good primer on the market, but feel free to reach out to me or Erin Dreher on our team. And yeah, we were excited to get some properties under contract for the buyers. And then yeah, go through the Roofstock Academy talk with Michael to talk with his team. They do a great job of getting buyers really educated. I really have seen the power of them buy five properties and then they are just they're an expert investor after they've gone through the course and bought a couple of those. So y'all are y'all are bringing investing to the masses, which is a really cool thing. So we're really excited to partner with y'all. And to continue to help that. Yep, grow in the local market and across the country. Michael: Oh love it. Thank you so much. Well, if somebody does want to reach out to you or to Erin or your team, what's the best way that they do that? Gray: So my email is GHALL@evernest.co So that's probably the best way to reach out to me. And then if people have questions I can connect with Erin from there. Michael: Perfect. Well, great. Thanks so much taking the time this was a lot of fun super eye opening and I can't wait to see where little mark Little Rock market goes from here. Gray: Yeah, me as well. excited about it. Michael: Awesome. Take care, man. Yep, thanks. Bye. Alright, everybody that was our episode A big thank you to gray for coming on. Sounds like Gray and his team have a pretty solid handle on the Little Rock market. So if you're interested, definitely give them a reach out. As always, if you liked the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review. We look forward to seeing the next one and happy investing.
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us: Check out the courses over at Talk Python And Brian's book too! Special guest: Leah Cole Brian #1: pytest 7.0.0rc1 Question: Does the new pytest book work with pytest 7? Answer: Yes! I've been working with pytest 7 during final review of all code, and many pytest core developers have been technical reviewers of the book. A few changes in pytest 7 are also the result of me writing the 2nd edition and suggesting (and in one case implementing) improvements. Florian Bruhin's announcement on Twitter “I'm happy to announce that I just released #pytest 7.0.0rc1! After many tricky deprecations, some internal changes, and months of delay due to various issues, it looks like we could finally get a new non-bugfix release this year! (6.2.0 was released in December 2020).” “We invite everyone to test the #pytest prerelease and report any issues - there is a lot that happened, and chances are we broke something we didn't find yet (we broke a lot of stuff we already fixed Smiling face with open mouth and cold sweat). See the release announcement for details: https://docs.pytest.org/en/7.0.x/announce/release-7.0.0rc1.html” Try it out with pip install pytest==7.0.0rc1 For those of you following along at home (we covered pip index briefly in episode 259) to see rc releases with pip index versions, add --pre ex: pip index versions --``pre pytest will include Available versions: 7.0.0rc1, 6.2.5, 6.2.4, and let you know if there's a newer rc available. Highlights from the 7.0.0rc1 changelog pytest.approx() now works on Decimal within mappings/dicts and sequences/lists. Improvements to approx() with sequences of numbers. Example: > assert [1, 2, 3, 4] == pytest.approx([1, 3, 3, 5]) E assert comparison failed for 2 values: E Index | Obtained | Expected E 1 | 2 | 3 +- 3.0e-06 E 3 | 4 | 5 +- 5.0e-06 pytest invocations with --fixtures-per-test and --fixtures have been enriched with: Fixture location path printed with the fixture name. First section of the fixture's docstring printed under the fixture name. Whole of fixture's docstring printed under the fixture name using --verbose option. Never again wonder where a fixture's definition is RunResult method assert_outcomes now accepts a warnings and deselected argument to assert the total number of warnings captured. Helpful for plugin testing. Added pythonpath setting that adds listed paths to sys.path for the duration of the test session. Nice for using pytest for applications, and for including test helper libraries. Improved documentation, including an auto-generated list of plugins. There were 963 this morning. Michael #2: PandasTutor via David Smit Why use this tool? Let's say you're trying to explain what this pandas code does: (dogs[dogs['size'] == 'medium'] .sort_values('type') .groupby('type').median() ) But this doesn't tell you what's going on behind the scenes. What did this code just do? This single code expression has 4 steps (filtering, sorting, grouping, and aggregating), but only the final output is shown. Where were the medium-sized dogs? This code filters for dogs with size "medium", but none of those dogs appear in the original table display (on the left) because they were buried in the middle rows. How were the rows grouped? The output doesn't show which rows were grouped and aggregated together. (Note that printing a pandas.GroupBy object won't display this information either.) If you ran this same code in Pandas Tutor, you can teach students exactly what's going on step-by-step Leah #3: Apache Airflow Workflow orchestration tool the originated at Airbnb and is now part of the Apache Software Foundation author workflows as directed acyclic graphs (DAGs) of tasks Airflow works best with workflows that are mostly static and slowly changing. When DAG structure is similar from one run to the next, it allows for clarity around unit of work and continuity. Typical data analytics workflow is the Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) workflow - I have data somewhere that I need to get (extract), I do something to it (Transform) and I put that result somewhere else (load) Airflow has "Operators" and connectors which enable you to perform common tasks in popular libraries and Cloud providers Let's talk about a sample - I work on GCP so my sample will be GCP based because that's what I use most. One common workflow I see is running Spark jobs in ephemeral Dataproc clusters. I'm actually writing a tutorial demonstrating this now - literally in progress in another tab BigQuery -> Create Dataproc cluster -> Run PySpark Dataproc job -> Store results in GCS -> delete Dataproc cluster Airflow has a really wonderful, active community. Please join us. Brian #4: textwrap.dedent Suggested by Michel Rogers-Vallée Small utility but super useful. Also, built in to Python standard library. BTW, textwrap package has other cool tools you probably didn't know Python could do right out of the box. It's worth reading the docs. dedent akes a multiline string (the ones with tripple quotes). Removes all common whitespace. This allows you to have multi-line strings defined in functions without mucking up your indenting. Example from docs: def test(): # end first line with to avoid the empty line! s = ''' hello world ''' print(repr(s)) # prints ' hellon worldn ' print(repr(dedent(s))) # prints 'hellon worldn' Better example: from textwrap import dedent def multiline_hello_world(): print("hello") print(" world") def test_multiline_hello_world(capsys): expected = dedent(''' hello world ''') multiline_hello_world() actual = capsys.readouterr().out assert actual == expected Michael #5: pip-audit via Dan Bader (from Real Python) Audits Python environments and dependency trees for known vulnerabilities Are your dependencies containing security issues? What about their dependencies, the ones you forgot to list in your requirements files or pin? Just run pip-audit on your requirements file(s) Perfect candidate for pipx Leah #6 - Using bots to manage samples Another part of my job is working with other software engineers in GCP to oversee the maintenance our Python samples We have thousands of samples in hundreds of repos that are part of GCP documentation To ensure consistency and that this wonderful group of Devrel Engineers has time to get their work done and also function as a human, we use a lot of automation Bots do things like keep our dependencies up to date, check for license headers, auto-assign PRs and issues to code-owners, sync repositories with a centralized config, and more the GCP DevRel github automation team has an open source repo with some of the bots they have developed that we use every day and we use whitesource renovatebot to manage our dependencies and keep them up to date Extras Michael: Github CMD/CTRL+K command palette Python 3.10.1 is out Joke: HTTP status code meanings http.cat
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