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Welcome back! Small Axe Community! Today we have a very special comeback guest, Mr. Sterling White! Sterling is a multifamily investor specializing in value-add apartments in Indianapolis and other Midwestern markets. With just over a decade of experience in the real estate industry, Sterling was involved with the management of over $10MM in the capital, which is deployed across a $16MM real estate portfolio made up of multifamily apartments. He founded Sonder Investment Group through the company he owns just over 500 units. Sterling was featured on the BiggerPockets Podcast and has been a top contributor since 2014, with over 200 posts on topics ranging from single-family investing and apartment investing to wholesaling and scaling a business online. So with no further ado, Let's welcome Sterling White! [00:00 - 08:02]Opening Segment Sterling White from Signer Investment Group is back and ready to talk about small acts and how they can be used to build an empire. Sterling has been involved in the management of over 10 million in the capital, which is deployed across 16 million real estate portfolios made up of multi-family apartments. Sterling was featured on the FBI podcast a few months ago and has been a top contributor since 2014. He has over 200 posts on topics ranging from single-family investing and apartment investing to wholesaling and scaling a business online. [08:02 - 16:15] Using Apps, VA's to Effectively Work Remotely For Sterling, Real estate is up, but there are still dips and it's a gamble whether or not you can make it through those dips. Sterling shares that his team is in Indianapolis, but he and his team can remote anywhere. He has a remote team of VAs that help him with the acquisition process. He says that he uses apps that help him accomplish tasks such as closed.com as his CRM to track all the details of the deal. He also sends out follow-up emails and text messages after the deal are completed. [16:16 - 25:18] Current Market Conditions The current lending environment and how it is difficult to purchase multifamily properties. Sterling believes that the recession has already started and that the real estate market will correct itself. [25:19 - 28:40] Closing Segment Connect with Sterling through Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube, Bigger Pockets You may visit his website at sterlingwhiteofficial.com LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. I believe that you only need a small axe to build a lasting empire. Let's start building yours! To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook, or check out my website https://smallaxecommunities.com/ and book a call with me. Tweetable Quotes: “The interest rates are making, acquisitions even more difficult and you still have seller's expectations that are high, but it is starting to come down. So I would say from the lending standpoint, yes, it's difficult to buy deals, but I believe in the upcoming years it will definitely start to shift to be more of a buyer's market.” - Sterling White
Throughout the month August, we will be doing a SERIES of trainings all about how to effectively onboard & train your next overseas VAs. This week, join business growth consultant Joey Vitale for his secret strategy on how to welcome your teammates in an inspiring and captivating way that sets them up for success to become a rockstar A-player on your team. You won't want to miss this!
What does it take to build a MASSIVE social media following, create consistent inbound luxury business, and never miss an important family moment? The answer… Delegating tasks so you can focus on what really matters. For a long time, Shannon Gillette thought she could do everything by herself – because she actually could! But with a little push from her coach, she managed to find the exact type of assistance she needed to skyrocket her business. Today, she's selling more houses (in a higher price range), working less, and feeling better than ever. You're not going to want to miss my talk with Shannon, where she shares her journey of rising to YouTube stardom, training her VAs, and building a perfect business. And if you're joining me at Summit, either in-person or virtually, you'll get access to Shannon's full listing strategy playbook for YouTube, so you can R&D the exact plays of a social media master! In this episode, we discuss… 1:40 – About Shannon 3:15 – Competitive changes 5:15 – Never miss a homerun 6:20 – First step if you're struggling 7:58 – Transferring skills to your VA 10:04 – All in on YouTube 12:19 – Creating your own video path 15:05 – Getting more views 17:36 – Transaction management team 20:24 – Time spent creating content 22:08 – Managing all the Instagram DMs 25:05 – Get out of the “listing only” mindset
“I don't need more clients, I need more candidates.” “I don't have time for business developments because I have several roles already and I don't have the bandwidth or capacity for any more clients.” Does this sound familiar? Are you relying too much on repeat business and referrals to the point that you may neglect your marketing and business development? In this episode, my co-host and colleague Leanne and I will tackle the trap of too much reliance on repeat business and referrals and forgetting we must never stop developing new business. We will share insights and strategies on how to avoid this trap and actual examples of our Inner Circle coaching group members who were able to adapt these strategies successfully. This is a first of a series of episodes where Leanne and I will share insights that we have gained from working with hundreds of successful recruitment business owners. We are going to start with a series about the biggest mistakes we see that recruitment business owners are making. Episode Outline and Highlights [2:04] Red flags and alarm bells tell that you are relying too much on repeat business and referrals. [4:20] Why proactive is better than reactive. Lessons I learned from the 2008 Great Recession. [6:08] You can never have too many clients. Strategies to apply if you feel that you are too busy to get more clients. [8:26] How our member, Alexis, was able to successfully establish a business development machine. [10:08] Strategies on utilizing business development time via different channels. [12:34] Simple actions to kickstart your business development. [15:00] Final thoughts for this episode and what to look forward to on our next episode. Never Neglect Your Business Development This was an experience I had when I started my business in 2001. I was hustling, doing client visits, and working on my business development. That is when I got too busy and comfortable relying on a handful of clients. The Great Recession of 2008 came, and I lost 3 out of 4 key clients I had. I vowed that this is something I was never going to let happen again. If you realize you are also in this trap of complacence, keep in mind that being proactive is better than being reactive. Never forego your business development - if your recruitment business is a bicycle, the two wheels that should be continuously running at the same speed to gain traction are your candidate and client development. You Can Never Have Too Many Clients Do you feel that you already have too many clients and that you should only be focusing on getting candidates more than getting new clients? If that is the case, you have to reassess. One takeaway you should get from this episode is that you can never have too many clients. Employ practical strategies such as client re-assessment, employing offshore VAs, and other techniques to continue the business development side without compromising the quality of business provided to your existing clients. Simple Actions to Kickstart Your Business Development If you feel that your business development has taken a backseat, what are some things you can do to kickstart it? Here are some tips: Set a minimum of 1 hour per day non-negotiable time in your calendar Try something new (different channels, cadence, platforms) Revisit and refine your sales process Our Sponsors This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro and Recruitment Entrepreneur. i-intro® is an end-to-end retained recruitment platform. Their technology and methodology allow recruiters to differentiate themselves from the competition, win more retained business, bigger fees, and increase their billings. Their software combined with world-class training enables you to transition from transactional, contingency recruiter to consultative, retained recruiter. Instead of being perceived as a “me too” vendor, you'll be positioned as a “me only” solutions provider. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter. Book your free, no-obligation consultation here: www.recruitmentcoach.com/retained Recruitment Entrepreneur is the world's leading Private Equity firm specializing in the international recruitment industry. If you've dreamed of starting, scaling and selling your recruitment business, this is your chance. James Caan and his team at Recruitment Entrepreneur are actively seeking ambitious recruiters who they can invest in. They provide everything you need to grow a successful recruitment business including: funding, financial expertise, coaching and mentoring, operational strategy, backoffice support, marketing and talent attraction solutions. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter. Start a conversation here: https://www.recruitmentcoach.com/vc People and Resources Mentioned August 15 2022 Webinar: 6 Pillars of a 7-figure Recruitment Business Register for FREE here. Alexis Alvarez on LinkedIn Watch Alexis' game-changer video via this link Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter
What would you do if you lost your job in a recession? On this week's episode with @camillewalker.co we chat about her career transition during the 2008 crash. Camille is a mom, she loves flexibility and being able to spend time with her family. So naturally after needing to make a shift, she leaned into a career that could work well for her lifestyle. She started her blog My Mommy Style. Since then she has built a 6-figure business as an influencer across several platforms, having a following of well over 300K total! Camille shares what it's like to be a mom and navigating business. She knows first hand what it's like starting out, she now even coaches other moms on how to start their own businesses working as VAs so they're able to develop the work life balance they need! Are you a mom longing for more balance? Or stuck in a job you really don't love? This episode is for you! For more Mom topic episodes check out Camille's podcast @callmeceopodcast Looking for Marketing and Alignment coaching? Book a free call with Caitlin : calendly.com/merakimediamanagement Here is my website: https://www.merakimediamanagement.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meraki_media_management/ Find out more at https://the-end-in-mind.pinecast.co Check out our podcast host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free with no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-4222c3 for 40% off for 4 months, and support The End in Mind: Personal Development For Entrepreneurs .
Today's episode is a breakdown of the hottest topics in our Amazon selling community. It's a timely episode because August 12-14th 2022 is our annual live event. It's in Louisville, KY this year. TheProvenConference.com has details. We expect over 500 business building warriors to attend the event, and it's going to be awesome! On today's episode I go over the hottest BUSINESS BUILDING topics in our industry that we will be covering at the event. This discussion may help you decide if you want to attend, or alternately, you will want access to the livestream option so you can get all the event recordings and participate virtually. (Get all details on event website - link above.) Topics at the event (and covered on today's episode) will include; numerous new & creative strategies for finding profitable Amazon REPLENS inventory, automating your Amazon business (making it hands free), using virtual assistants (VAs), creative funding options to scale faster, intimate Q/A sessions with your favorite guests from this podcast, the latest wholesale strategies for Amazon sellers, the stages of an Amazon business growth, creating high velocity Amazon bundles that are competition proof, the latest creative Private Label strategies, avoiding account health struggles and much more! At the live event we will have up to seven simultaneous session going at once this year - and we'll be capturing nearly all of it for you on livestream and video (details are on the event website - link above.) Watch this episode on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/AfPFcmFyl5s Show note LINKS: My Silent Team Facebook group. 100% FREE! Join 69,000 + Facebook members from around the world who are using the internet creatively every day to launch and grow multiple income streams through our exciting PROVEN strategies! There's no support community like this one anywhere else in the world! JimCockrumCoaching.com - Get a free session with a business consultant on our team at 1-800-994-1792 / 1-801-693-1688 or TEXT US at 385-284-7701 (US & Canada only for Text) ALL of our coaches are running very successful businesses of their own based on the models we teach here! We've been setting the standard for excellence in e-commerce and Amazon seller coaching since 2002 with over 7,000 students served! Hundreds of our successful, happy students have been interviewed on our podcast! ProvenAmazonCourse.com - the comprehensive course that contains ALL our Amazon training modules, recorded events and a steady stream of latest cutting edge training including of course the most popular starting point, the REPLENS selling model. The PAC is updated free for life! Come meet your fellow listeners to this podcast, dozens of our coaches and hundreds of business building warriors at our live event! TheProvenConference.com - August 12-14th 2022 in Louisville KY Keepa.com - https://get.keepa.com/ede41 -The service we use to help interpret all of Amazon selling data. For more information, Jim goes into more detail regarding why we love KEEPA and why every replen seller needs it on episode 369 of his podcast at https://SilentJim.com/podcast. ProvenReplensVA.com - We find, train and assign a VA (Virtual Assistant) to work ONLY for you as a "Replen Hunting" specialist! Visit this website to learn more! SilentJim.com/updates - get an alert on your smartphone each time we have a new podcast episode or free training event!
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Having a VA is one of those things you don't know you need until you get one and realize what you've been missing.Having some tasks taken out of your plate not only saves you time but can improve your quality of life significantly. It allows you to focus on what you love doing and, in the process, even earn more.Those 1 or 2 hours a VA helps take off your daily schedule adds up fast. It might be the difference between spending more time with your family, getting adequate sleep, or finding time to work out.A virtual assistant is a highly-skilled, knowledgeable, and experienced person who chooses to work remotely. They are not your regular high school graduate looking to make a few dollars.Personally, I have greatly benefited from having a VA handle some of my tasks that would otherwise take a lot of my time.In this episode, I am joined by Melissa Smith, a Virtual Assistant Matchmaker who has helped me and others find VAs who are a good fit.If you don't know what exactly a VA does, how to get one, what to look out for, and how to onboard one into your life, then this episode is for you.Tune in!Key Takeaways- Meet Melissa Smith (01:01)- What a Virtual Assistant does (06:39)- The real test and mark of a VA (10:55)- How to onboard a VA (16:52)- How much to pay a Virtual Assistant (22:57)- Best practices to ensure your VA succeeds long term (33:35)Additional Resources
En Ukraine, tous les regards se portent sur Odessa. Depuis le début de la guerre le 24 février dernier, la splendide ville de la mer Noire et son port font la convoitise du Kremlin, et dans le fracas de l'artillerie, se dessine une nouvelle identité pour les gens d'Odessa. La mer, Alexander Kirienko ne l'a pas vue pendant des mois. Et pour cause, il s'est engagé dans l'armée et est parti faire la guerre. Pour revêtir l'uniforme dans une unité où la majorité des soldats étaient originaires de Lviv et parlaient tous ukrainien, alors que durant toute sa vie, Alexander, lui, n'a parlé que le russe. « En quatre mois, je me suis habitué à parler en ukrainien. J'avais une barrière psychologique, je n'arrivais pas à parler d'autres langues que celles que je connais, raconte Alexander. Mais les gars à l'armée m'ont dit : "Vas-y, parle ukrainien, n'aie pas peur, si tu fais des fautes, on t'aidera". Maintenant, dans mon cercle de connaissances, beaucoup sont passés à l'ukrainien. Avant, en tout cas avant 2014, à Odessa, on n'entendait pas la langue ukrainienne. Aujourd'hui, dans les circonstances qu'on connait, beaucoup ont sauté le pas vers l'ukrainien. » Malgré les risques de bombardements, Yegor Terentiev met un point d'honneur à laisser ouverte la galerie d'art qu'il a ouverte juste avant la guerre. L'été dernier, sur une plage d'Odessa, ce photographe de 37 ans assistait encore au concert de Mumiy Troll, un groupe de rock russe mythique. Mais aujourd'hui, Yegor fait un blocage complet : dès qu'il entend une chanson russe à la radio, le jeune homme éteint le poste. Pour lui, les mentalités sont en train de changer, de façon parfois inattendue. « Je pense qu'au moins 80% des gens qui avaient des idées pro-russes ont changé leur point de vue. Par exemple, il y a quelques années, je sortais avec une fille, une actrice. Elle adorait Poutine, et elle ne le cachait pas, confie Yegor Terentiev. Elle avait beaucoup d'amis à Moscou, mais quand la guerre a commencé, elle a commencé à poster des photos de Zelensky ! Un jour, tu aimes quelque chose et le lendemain son contraire. » « Tu es pour l'Ukraine ou tu es pour la Russie » Odessa comptait un million d'habitants avant la guerre. Elle était considérée comme la ville la plus multiculturelle d'Ukraine. Mais Odessa, c'est aussi un mythe historique, une ville créée au XVIIIe siècle sur les terres ukrainiennes par la Russie des tsars, une cité impériale, soviétique, marquée par la culture et la langue russe. Alexander Babich est historien de la ville. Il sait mieux que quiconque combien la culture russe a marqué la ville pendant 200 ans. Mais selon lui, les Odessites comprennent désormais que l'idée même de l'Empire russe ne peut exister sans la domination sur l'Ukraine : « Les Odessites ont compris dans leur chair ce que ça voulait dire le monde russe, lorsque dans la ville, des enfants ont été tués par des missiles. La guerre a fortement accentué cette sensation de noir et de blanc, celle d'un monde bipolaire : tu es pour l'Ukraine ou tu es pour la Russie et il ne peut rien y avoir entre les deux. » Les Odessites sont en train de passer un cap psychologique très difficile et douloureux : couper le cordon ombilical avec la Russie. Pour Alexander, l'identité d'Odessa est en train de muter, la ville voulue par l'impératrice Catherine II, berceau de la culture russe, fera désormais partie, corps et bien, d'une nouvelle culture nationale ukrainienne, cimentée par la guerre ► À lire aussi : Guerre en Ukraine: intenses combats dans le Donbass, des milliers de personnes prises en étau
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Do you need a Virtual Assistant? If you're constantly wasting time on mundane tasks each week, you probably do. On today's episode, host Mark de Grasse sits down with Dennis Yu, Founder & CEO of Blitz Media, to talk about Virtual Assistants and what they can do for you and your business. As a business owner, your most precious resource is time. The fewer things you have on your plate, the greater your focus. And until you are able to delegate repetitive tasks to someone else, you will continue to waste valuable time and energy on activities that contribute nothing to the growth of your business. Tune in to learn the benefits of hiring VAs, how to hire competent ones, where to find them, and how to manage them effectively. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: How to hire a VA Compelling reasons why your business needs a VA Training new VAs and why it's so important How VAs can potentially save you money The benefits of hiring a VA versus contracting a freelancer The best places to find competent VAs How to create a detailed VA job description Why you must document the tasks you want to outsource LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: https://blitzmetrics.com/ (Blitzmetrics.com) This Month's Sponsors:https://conversionfanatics.com/ (Conversion Fanatics - Conversion Rate Optimization Agency) https://www.bkacontent.com/perpetual/ (Get 50% Off Monthly Blog Writing Service - BKA Content) More Resources from Scalablehttps://scalable.co?utm_source=digitalmarketer-podcast&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=lead-gen ([Free Guide & Assessment] 7 Levels of Scale) https://scalable.co/free-epic-challenge/?utm_source=digitalmarketer-podcast&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=lead-gen (FREE EPIC Challenge) More Shows You'll Lovehttps://perpetualtraffic.com/ (Perpetual Traffic) - The #1 podcast for learning paid traffic and improving your conversions! https://businesslunchpodcast.com/ (Business Lunch) - Sit down every week some of the most successful people in the world. Hosted by Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss Mentioned in this episode: Become A Certified E-Commerce Marketing Master Take the Industry's Most Comprehensive E-Commerce Marketing Certification for the Modern Marketer! https://dm.captivate.fm/ecom-cert (Ecom Cert)
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Throughout the month August, we will be doing a SERIES of trainings all about how to effectively onboard & train your next overseas VAs. This week, join business growth consultant Joey Vitale for his secrets on a BETTER way to onboard your new teammates. You won't want to miss this!
Muchas cosas han cambiado en mi vida y es por eso que he estado ausente. La vida me ha dado duro, pero aquí estamos y seguimos en la lucha. En este episodio les cuento un poco de lo que ha estado pasando y las razones por las cual tomé una pausa. También cuento el futuro de este podcast, ¿Se acaba? ¿Vas a seguir subiendo episodios? ¿Te vas a tomar un break de las redes? ¿Ya no vas a crear contenido? En este episodio aclaro todas tus dudas, así que, escúchalo con calma y con un café en mano porque las cosas que me pasan a mí están de locos. ¡No olvides apoyar el podcast comentando y compartiendo!
“We spend most of our life trading time to make money and when we get there, we trade our money to get time back…” Often, when we're so focused on our business, we tend to have a life outside of it. Oftentimes, we just work way too much and when burnout comes, that is when we'll realise that we also need to prioritise ourselves. Resonating?? I was like this when I started my business 8 years ago, hence why I invested in hiring VAs for my business. Now, they are able to run my 2 businesses while I go on holiday for a month! Listen to this week's new episode and be amazed by the wonders a VA can do to your business. Enjoy! Join my Facebook Group and watch the trainings inside for more tips and value: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Entrepreneursabundance Say Hi to me on social media!! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themeetupqueen/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/francescamoifm/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/francescamoi/ Website: www.empoweringevents.com.au/ Want to know more about VAs? Book a call with ME: https://e.empoweringevents.com.au/game-changer-call Join me in my next Masterclass: http://francescamoi.com/workshop Got a question or suggestion? Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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In August, we will be doing a SERIES of trainings all about how to effectively onboard & train your next overseas VAs. But before we start that series, you might want to know "How do I effectively FIND & HIRE overseas VAs so that I can onboard them?" We hear you, and we got you. That's why we're kicking things of with THIS TRAINING on 3 dangerous & costly mistakes you need to avoid when hiring your overseas VAs.
At HireMyVA.com, Dave helps people to reclaim their business freedom through hiring and thriving with virtual assistants via multiple courses and a community, as well as a White Glove service that finds amazing VAs from the Philippines. He also partners with Larry Broughton, CEO of broughtonHOTELS on not only HireMyVA, but on several projects and businesses, including coaching and masterminding, and has consulted with hundreds of entrepreneurs these last few years, including many businesses run by military veterans. Finally, at Pro Website Creators (PWC), Dave loves to work with clients to help their websites be the hub of their marketing wheel! He's invested years learning the technical aspects of WordPress web design, e-commerce, as well as writing copy to help make client's messages clear and not confusing. PWC's mission is “Helping super-busy entrepreneurs who value growing their business over figuring out the technical stuff.” Prior to all of this, Dave worked at a semiconductor company for almost 30 years, led teams across multiple continents and holds six patents. He also has co-created several iPhone apps. Dave enjoys spending time with his wife, working out, attending Mariners Church in Irvine, CA, bringing inspiring messages into the inmates at the Orange County Jails, and is a certified John Maxwell team coach. He's married to his amazing wife of 39+ years, Cheryl, who recently retired from being Chief Program Officer at Irvine Public Schools Foundation, and has two grown sons, one daughter-in-law, and one amazing grandson! What you will learn in this episode: Hiring a VA actually requires that you address two major elephants: lack of trust and fear that you lack experience Trust is always a requirement when bringing someone new into your business, so it's important to have systems to verify that they're trustworthy Many business owners don't realize their vision is actually impossible to achieve on their own; a true business requires a team. “A business is a profitable enterprise that works with or without you… if it's dependent on you, then you have a job.” Why Dave started HireMyVA.com and how it helps address a challenge that many business owners face How to maximize your Virtual Assistant experience using a 3-step approach Resources: HireMyVA Website: https://www.hiremyva.com (https://www.HireMyVA.com) Twitter: @hiremyva1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HireMyVA/ (https://www.facebook.com/HireMyVA/) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thedavebraun/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/thedavebraun/) Visit One Light Ahead's Website: https://onelightacademy.net (https://onelightacademy.net) For more episodes, visit https://onelightacademy.net/addressing-the-elephant This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp
In this episode of Power Women In Insurance, Teresa Kitchens sits down with Monica Adwani, host of TranscendwithM podcast, and Managing Partner of Savvital. Monica helps insurance agents with their day to day tasks with finding and locating Virtual Professionals. They take an 8 week training program and another 6 weeks with training to make sure the VP and the agency are ready to add a virtual professional to their team. Episode Highlights: Monica discusses the TranscendwithM podcast and its goals. (3:11) Monica explains that everything she created with Troy Thompson, including the training for the VAs, is based on their experiences and the way they do business now. (13:45) Monica discusses their eight-week internal program that nourishes insurance knowledge into their Virtual Professionals. (17:45) Monica discusses the importance of having realistic expectations. (20:27) Monica mentions the fact that they hire people specifically to solve problems. (22:29) Monica explains the reason why they refer their employees as Virtual Professionals. (26:11) Monica explains why they chose to source employees from Pakistan over other countries for Savvital. (30:16) Monica mentions that their Virtual Professionals are working on their CIC and CISR certifications. (37:18) Key Quotes: “The goal is to be a vessel of change and provide that platform for people. Because it's not about me helping them grow. It's about them helping each other grow. So that's kind of like what Transcend with M is doing right now.” - Monica Adwani “Explaining the why is the most important thing, and I will tell you that we spend more on the why, and getting the explanation of things than what we do on the process.” - Monica Adwani “I am learning, they are learning everybody's learning, and we will continue to learn as we grow. But I think the essence and the base of what we are doing, that will never change.” - Monica Adwani Resources Mentioned: Monica Adwani LinkedIn Savvital TranscendwithM Contact Teresa Kitchens Sterling Insurance Group
What exactly is a business model (and how to think about yours)?The difference between your business model and how—and what—you charge.The four most common business models we see in the expertise space and how to make each one work for you.Considering hiring employees? How to think about growing with—and without—employees.Sidestepping the slippery slope that is hiring specialized help—from mini-me's to social VAs—to grow your business.Quotables“How are you going to create, deliver and capture value?”—JS“If we're not creating value, we're not going to make money for very long.”—RM“You could use value pricing to increase the amount that you can charge and increase your profit margin.”—JS“If you do want to scale with employees…you have to create a job—actually define very specifically what this person will do.”—RM“'I'll just hire someone good and throw them to the wolves.' That's what happens.”—JS“Membership models have some very specific operational kinds of things that impact how you market, how you sell, whether you do ads, whether you don't. ”—RM“A product line could take off and cause you to make a decision to say ‘oh, you know what? I would rather have customers than clients' .”—JS“You think when you build a business (at least in the U.S.) that you have to have employees, but it's about thinking past what we're “supposed” to do and getting clear on what it is we want to build.”—RM
How do you scale your business fast? What are the things you need to do and need to have so that you can move your business forward? Today, our guest Brett Bowman of Suncrest Capital details the skills, systems, and operations you need to help you and your business to grow. Brett shares how he got into the real estate industry, started investing in different asset classes, and eventually focused on mobile home parks. He then talks about the importance of learning from various people, the systems and operations that he implemented in their business so that it can scale fast, and building the team. He also details where they sourced their virtual assistants, the things that their VAs do, and how he knows they can trust them with crucial company data. Enjoy the show!
Conducir bien es un arte. Conducir bien es saber hacer contra volante. Así que hacer contra volante es un arte. Os explicamos cómo, cuándo y por qué hay que hacer contra volantes… y de paso, os contamos con nuestra “PIZARRA HERMÉTICA” como se conduce un coche según su tipo de tracción. ¡Este no es un video más de conducción! Este vídeo es una “délicatessen” para paladares expertos en la conducción. Porque vamos a hablar de cómo manejar el volante y por qué, pero con mucho detalle… Y, por cierto, es una manía mía, pero hablando de “délicatessen” creo que es más adecuado hablar de tracción delantera y propulsión trasera. Los aficionados que usan estos términos, me parecen más refinados, porque en buena ley, no se puede hablar de “tracción” trasera, porque tracción es “tirar”. Pero vamos a comenzar por decir una obviedad para que todos la entiendan, los que sois buenos y refinados conductores y los demás: Las ruedas delanteras tienen que apuntar hacia dónde queremos ir. Y si aplicamos esto, habremos dado un gran paso adelante. Y continuamos con una advertencia: Los sistemas electrónicos sin duda nos ayudan, pero “falsean” nuestras sensaciones… El volante, fuente de información. Lauda decía que “conducía con el culo” haciendo referencia a que la información de lo que pasaba entre el coche y la pista le llegaba por ahí… bueno, Lauda era Lauda. Pero a la mayor parte de los mortales, gran parte de esa información les llega a través del volante. Hay un truco que cuando lo cuento, a algunos les parece una chorrada, pero si os dijese quien me lo dijo, que no lo voy a decir, veríais que de chorrada nada… ya sabéis eso de “antes la muerte que la fuente”. El truco es el siguiente: En curva, más que “tirar” del volante con la mano que está en el sentido de la curva, “empuja” con la otra. Mejor con las ruedas rectas. Otro pilotazo me dijo una cosa que me dio que pensar: “Los coches corren más con las ruedas rectas”… parece evidente, como parece evidente que con las ruedas rectas el coche va recto… ¡pues no! En otro vídeo que hemos grabado hoy sobre los F1 de 2022, comentaba que subviraje hace a un coche lento y el sobreviraje le hace rápido. Y es lo mismo. Da igual el tipo de tracción, si el coche subvira y no “entra” en la curva, tienes que meter más dirección, como veremos después en la pizarra, y esto es un freno para el coche. En cambio, sí va deslizando que, no derrapando, del eje trasero, puedes mantener el pie a fondo y el coche entra en la curva… es una gozada ver a un coche de carreras, de rallye o de pista, con las ruedas delanteras rectas y deslizando suavemente del eje trasero… y es que se va más rápido con las ruedas rectas. Subviraje, ¡mete volante! Subviraje quiere decir que el coche gira menos de los que marcan las ruedas delanteras y todo el mundo asume que es típico de los coches con motor y tracción delantera… pues sí y no. Desde luego es bastante típico en coches de tracción delantera en la entrada en curva, pero puede suceder en coche de propulsión posterior que el coche, al acelerar, se va recto. Esto lo vamos a ver es nuestra… ¡PIZARRA HERMÉTICA! Sobreviraje, ¡contra volante! Sobreviraje quiere decir que el coche gira más de lo que nosotros le hemos marcado con la dirección. Es más divertido, más eficaz, pero más complicado y menos intuitivo. Un coche sobrevira por dos razones básicamente: Por la inercia de su peso, por ejemplo, un coche con motor posterior, o por exceso de potencia. Ojo, que no hace falta llegar al derrape, si a un neumático le exigimos agarre lateral y tracción, podemos sobrepasar su adherencia… ambas cosas las explicamos en nuestra ¡PIZARRA HERMÉTICA! Hay algunas de las cosas que te he comentado, como “empujar” el volante más que “tirar” de él, que las puedes probar en carretera abierta. Pero otras no. Te doy un consejo: Si no puedes rodar en circuito, ¿tienes una pista de Karts cerca de casa? Y otro consejo más: Si tienes una pista cerca un día que llueva equípate bien y sal a rodar. Vas a entender cuando se produce el subviraje porque el tren trasero “empuja” (EXPLICAR los karts no tienen diferencial) y vas a disfrutar muchísimo y a aprender otro tanto. Máquina del día. ¡No voy a elegir un coche! Voy a elegir mi Kart un Birel ART 125 con cambio secuencial al volante. Con unos 70 kg de peso y casi 40 CV es un tiro, pero lo mejor es que se comporta como un monoplaza. Y desde luego sirve para experimentar todo lo que os he contado
Now that the value analysis community has embraced value analysis software (VAS) as a best practice, more hospitals, systems, and IDNs are acquiring this easy to master technology. However, for those value analysis practitioners contemplating purchasing value analysis software in the future, here are some of the top mistakes to avoid that can be costly when deciding on your own VA software:
A lot of business owners and CEOs are so afraid to delegate tasks because they feel like it's better to do everything alone than hire and train someone to do it for them. Which is actually NOT true. When you delegate, you are able to free up your time which now can be spent in money-making activities or in your zone of genius. So, if you feel like taking your business to the next level with the help of Virtual Assistants, listen to this episode and make sure you have a pen and paper with you to list down the tips I shared in here. Enjoy! Join my Facebook Group and watch the trainings inside for more tips and value: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Entrepreneursabundance Say Hi to me on social media!! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themeetupqueen/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/francescamoifm/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/francescamoi/ Website: www.empoweringevents.com.au/ Want to know more about VAs? Book a call with ME: https://e.empoweringevents.com.au/game-changer-call Join me in my next Masterclass: http://francescamoi.com/workshop Got a question or suggestion? Send us an email: email@example.com
“C'est bien !” “Tu es sur la bonne voie !” “Vas-y, continue comme ça !” Ces petites phrases qui sonnent si bien dans votre tête, c'est la voix de la validation extérieure. Si vous avez tendance à attendre l'approbation des autres, et à penser que ce que vous faites n'a pas de valeur tant qu'on ne vous le dit pas, écoutez attentivement cet épisode ! Je vous aide à identifier les trois façons dont ce besoin de validation extérieure vous emprisonne dans une vie qui ne vous ressemble pas, et comment vous en libérer pour vivre aligné·e.Écoutez cet épisode pour :Apprendre à vous détacher du regard des autres ;Vous offrir votre propre approbation ; Agir en étant aligné·e avec vous-même.Retrouvez les notes de cet épisode sur :https://changemavie.com/episodes/validation-exterieure-rediffusionVous voulez apprendre à vous faire confiance, et vous offrir la validation dont vous avez besoin pour vivre une vie riche et accomplie qui vous ressemble ? C'est une des pierres angulaires de notre programme de coaching Change ma vie : Mode d'emploi. Pour en savoir plus : https://changemavie.com/coachingAbonnez-vous dès aujourd'hui au podcast Change ma vie sur Apple Podcasts ou sur la plateforme de votre choix (c'est quoi un podcast ), et laissez-y votre avis (comment laisser un avis ), c'est le meilleur moyen de le soutenir.Inscrivez-vous gratuitement à la newsletter de Change ma vie. Nous vous enverrons en cadeau de bienvenue trois exercices simples pour explorer votre esprit, et tous les mardis, la Minute Change ma vie. Et n'hésitez pas à partager ce podcast avec vos amis si vous pensez qu'ils pourraient aussi en bénéficier !Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA MUJERES 2022“SIN MIEDOS NI CADENAS”Narrado por: Sirley DelgadilloDesde: Bucaramanga, ColombiaUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 29 DE JULIO HONRAR EL TIEMPO“Enséñanos a entender la brevedad de la vida, para que crezcamos en sabiduría” (Sal. 90:12, NTV).La gran mentira que nos hizo creer el consumismo es que podemos ahorrar tiempo, que podemos tratar a las horas como al dinero. La verdad es que nadie, por sabio o poderoso que sea, puede doblar un solo segundo y guardarlo en la billetera para mañana. Vas a gastar absolutamente todos los minutos de hoy. Solo puedes decidir cómo usarlos.Confieso que a veces administro mi tiempo con la misma gula que provocar los restaurantes de “tenedor libre". Atiborro mi rutina con actividades, creyendo que hacer más cosas me otorga más valor como persona. Cuando estoy a punto de estallar, me desabrocho el pantalón para engullir tan solo una tarea más.Pero este atracón nauseabundo no ahorra un segundo de mi vida. Ya sea que corra, haciendo malabares con mil actividades, o que me sienta de brazos cruzados, el mundo seguirá girando. Pasarán las estaciones y las constelaciones. aunque no las mire ni las disfrutes. Se abrirán flores, crecerán niños, cambiarán presidentes; y yo, indiferente, demasiado cansada como para notar algo.Nuestra vida es un jardín: tiene espacio y nutrientes limitados. Si sembramos demasiadas semillas, las plantas competirán entre sí y se asfixiarán. Ninguno crecerá lo suficiente como para dar fruto. Debemos aceptar nuestra finitud. “La finitud implica que hay limitaciones para prácticas para todos nuestros logros”, escribe el teólogo Milliard Erickson en Teología sistemática . "La limitación en sí misma no es mala. [...] Un ajuste adecuado en la vida solo puede conseguirse aceptando nuestra propia finitud. [...] No somos, no podemos, ni tenemos que ser Dios".Por mucho que nos apuremos, no podremos añadir un solo segundo a nuestras vidas. Aceptar nuestra finitud trae paz y descanso. Trae la satisfacción de priorizar y elegir lo que realmente importa. Trae la libertad de decir que no al restoPadre, hay un ritmo marcado con cada sístole y cada diástole. Un tic-tac interno para recordarnos la brevedad de la vida. Ayúdanos a oírlo por encima del ruido de la rutina. Ayúdanos a ver, con ojos de niño, el milagro cotidiano de la vida, que es frágil y bello como las alas de la mariposa, como las burbujas de jabón que flotan en el viento. Ayúdanos a entender que no podemos ahorrar el tiempo, solo honrarlo.
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En Argentina la inflación anual alcanza el 64%. Para tratar de ganarle al alza de los precios, los argentinos comprando con tarjeta de crédito y en varias cuotas autos, zapatos, mercados o hasta juguetes. Por nuestro corresponsal en Buenos Aires, Théo Conscience. En una juguetería de Buenos Aires, Betina se prepara a comprarle a sus nietas dos peluches y un juego de mesa. “5125,50 pesos”, dice la cajera, o sea unos 15 euros en total. Betina paga por tarjeta de crédito en tres cuotas sin interés. “Compro todo en cuotas. Si tengo que comprar electrodoméstico, si tengo que comprar comida, cuando hay cuotas, pago en cuotas”, explica. Gisela es hija de Betina. Ella también cancela sus pagos de esa forma. “Acá en Argentina conviene bastante utilizar cuotas. Vas pagando a través de los meses y como siempre hay una inflación que va creciendo, las cuotas van siendo cada vez menores por el régimen de inflación que hay”, dice. Desde enero, la inflación mensual en Argentina ha superado varias veces el 5%. Eso significa que el valor real de la próxima cuota que pagará Betina será un 5% menor al de la primera. Para la juguetería también es un provecho, porque permite vender más. “De diez compras, quizás ocho son con tarjeta”, apunta Paola Villalba, la jefa de la tienda. La app Infleta Este incentivo al consumo forma parte de una política pública. El programa Ahora 12 permite comprar en 6, 12 o 24 cuotas bienes duraderos producidos en Argentina. Pero en estos casos, pagar al contado suele ofrecer otro beneficio. “Cuando vas a un negocio, por ejemplo, te dicen: ‘Mira, puedes hacerlo en un pago con un 20% de descuento, o hacerlo en 12 cuotas. Y ahí es cuando a uno le surge la duda, y no sabe que le conviene' ”, explica Ariel Díaz, quien creó Infleta, una aplicación que ayuda a elegir la mejor forma de abonar. Esta calculadora compara el precio al contado y el precio en cuotas teniendo en cuenta las previsiones de inflación. “Nosotros como argentinos ya sabemos que nuestra moneda va perdiendo valor mes a mes. Por ejemplo, yo en mi trabajo, tengo ajustes de inflación cada tres meses. Es decir, pagar una cuota hoy de 10.000 pesos es más difícil que pagarla en dos años”, detalla. Mientras que las compras en cuotas son muy frecuentes dentro de la clase media, mucha gente no puede acceder a esta forma de pago. En Argentina, un tercio de la población activa pertenece al sector informal, y casi una de cuatro personas vive bajo el umbral de pobreza.
Amy has always been drawn to growth and expansion and knew that she could support and serve even more people through investing in multifamily real estate. Her skillset, heart-set, and mindset were a perfect fit for real estate and she is now, providing clean, safe, affordable housing to working-class families. [00:00 - 05:58]Opening Segement Amy Sylvis, founder, and principal of Sylvis capital, a real estate firm that invests in large multi-family properties and emerging markets Amy discusses her journey starting out in Clarksville, Tennessee and acquiring properties in Augusta, Georgia; Decatur, Alabama; and Evansville, Indiana. Amy says that one key to success has been partnering with other professionals in the real estate industry and managing properties effectively. [05:58 - 11:40] Evansville is a great market due to its growing economy and strong infrastructure investments by the state government. The construction of a new bridge between Indiana and Kentucky will make rail lines more accessible. Amy created a massive spreadsheet and let her VA populate it looking for trends that would Help them focus on their growing market. Amy has an MBA and a Background in Biotech where data analysis was a part of her work. She said that understanding numbers and how they change over time are good to stay ahead. [11:40 - 17:05] A Miracle Medication Came to The Market that has greatly improved Amy's health. Amy discusses how having a setback in life can be difficult, but that it is important to have hope and faith. Amy shares that, after going through a debilitating disease, her personal health journey has been a gift in that it has given her a new perspective on anything is possible. She emphasizes the importance of mitigating risk when it comes to real estate investments, citing the potential for a recession and interest rates rising as potential risks. She also recommends market research as a way to hedge against potential risks. [17:05 - 18:09] Closing Segment Reach out to Amy Sylvis Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “The true gift of this perspective. I knew from a very young age how precious life was and that tomorrow wasn't guaranteed. So it was up to me to really take advantage and live life to the fullest and really led me to this career because I wasn't sure how long or if at all, I could trade my time for money.” - Amy Sylvis ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Amy Sylvis by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting sylviscapital.com Connect with me: Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → email@example.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Amy Sylvis: truly understanding where numbers are and how they change over time and being able to just track them and synthesize, Hey, is this getting better or worse? Is this a trend? Is this a blip on the radar? I humbly present to you that it's a bit simpler than maybe it sounds, I think the hardest part is just, compiling the data. [00:00:17] [00:00:29] Sam Wilson: Amy Silvis is the founder and principal of Sylvis capital a real estate firm that invests in large multi-family properties and emerging markets throughout the United States. Amy, welcome to the show. [00:00:40] Amy Sylvis: Thank you so much for having me, Sam. What [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: a pleasure's mind. There are three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. [00:00:45] Sam Wilson: Where did you start? Where are you now? How did you get. [00:00:48] Amy Sylvis: Sure. So started with my first property in Clarksville, Tennessee. Yes. And what, how did I get there? It was a 10-year-long journey of trial and error and some personal medical issues and all sorts of interesting bumps in the road, but it is a story of the persistence never giving up, and making sure I followed my calling. [00:01:08] Sam Wilson: That is incredible. Now you're based in Los Angeles, right? Yes. So I mean, Clarksville, Tennessee, while for those of you that don't know, it's kind of a submarket almost of Nashville, correct? Clark Clarksville is north and west of Nashville. IFM not mistaken. Yep. how in the world did you end up buying a property in Clarksville? [00:01:26] Sam Wilson: This is now a decade. [00:01:27] Amy Sylvis: No. A couple of years ago. Okay. A couple of years ago. Yeah. Okay. Yes. Yeah. It took me 10 years to get into this space. I've been in this space for a couple of years now. Yes. so thankfully I'm not crazy enough to buy in California learned that lesson. I live here because of my family, but, right control and. [00:01:42] Amy Sylvis: Eviction moratoriums that are still in place two and a half years post COVID. I am not interested in buying in, the state that I call home. Right. Instead, I'm a big market research guru. Endlessly studying markets saw that there was mass migration into the greater Nashville MSA. I knew that, although there was a ton of institutional competition in the main city going an hour Northwest, as you said of this incredible city with great economic growth, job announcements, and people moving, it was such a great space to be in my journey. [00:02:14] Sam Wilson: Right. And if you did that two years ago, I mean, gosh, that's Tennessees had just nothing but influx. Of residents, even, or ever since then, so that's absolutely fantastic. What do you feel like? So, so, so you bought a property in Clarksville. Where else have you acquired since [00:02:29] Amy Sylvis: then? [00:02:30] Amy Sylvis: Yes. So we also own in Augusta, Georgia. As a GP owned in Evansville, Indiana, right across the border from Kentucky. Yes. And Decatur, Alabama, just outside of Huntsville. [00:02:45] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Well, Huntsville's another one of those markets. I mean, not actually too far from it's just straight down 65. From, ex Clarksville is 24, but then 24 to 65 and still is not a far jump from Clarksville then down to Decatur, Alabama. [00:02:59] Sam Wilson: So that's really interesting. How were you able, I guess you, in a couple of years time to acquire so many assets. [00:03:05] Amy Sylvis: Partnership. I am a self-admitted only child's type a personality that loves to, be self-reliant. And if something needs to be done, gosh, darned, I'm gonna go out and get it right. [00:03:15] Amy Sylvis: Or do it. But, I had great mentorship and realize that I can go further, faster. By partnering with other folks in this space. So, amazing partnerships with people that live in the Southeast and great property management is the recipe to get that going. [00:03:30] Sam Wilson: Wow. Yeah. Good property management. [00:03:32] Sam Wilson: that's harder in some of these more other than say Huntsville. I mean, I think it would be harder in places like Clarksville and places like that to find good PMs. How have you done that? [00:03:42] Amy Sylvis: Yeah, we have one property management company that we work with that has scaled with us. So they're outstanding. [00:03:48] Amy Sylvis: Yeah. They have done us. Good. And we have a mutually beneficial relationship there. [00:03:52] Sam Wilson: Wow. So one that has scaled across all of those assets and all of those various Places you said that you love research, right? Yes. So I'm really curious about what research took you to Evansville, Indiana. it's right on the Ohio River. [00:04:07] Sam Wilson: It's at the bottom of the state, but. I don't know that I've spoken with anyone out of 500 and I don't know where we are when this goes live. We'll be pushing 600 episodes. It's investing in Evansville, Indiana. So [00:04:17] Amy Sylvis: let's talk about it. Yeah. Yeah. So think Chatanooga 10 years ago. Okay. [00:04:22] Amy Sylvis: Lots of parallels. I know that's a hot take. That's a bold thing to say. Fair, but Evansville is the third largest city in the great state of Indiana. Yep. Indiana sometimes is deemed not as sexy. As maybe some of the Southeast markets, but my goodness is it pro-business. The state government is investing heavily in infrastructure, particularly in Evansville, always a dynamic, really dynamite sign that a market is emerging. [00:04:47] Amy Sylvis: Toyota's bringing a bunch of jobs to the MSA good manufacturing jobs. We're seeing healthcare jobs and hospital expansion there. All of those really great key metrics, as well as decreasing property taxes, which you very rarely hear these days may not stay. But yeah, quite stunning. They've got a state law that property tax can't be more than 2% of the value of the property. [00:05:11] Amy Sylvis: So it's a great environment. [00:05:13] Sam Wilson: Wow now that's that's. Yeah I are a Hoosier. I wore a Hoosier. I am a Hoosier. Okay. I lived there for 30 years, so I know this state fairly well. But yeah, I mean that so which is, I just surprised, yeah, Evansville that's really intriguing. [00:05:26] Sam Wilson: That's just not something, yes. I would've really thought about, you mentioned the word that the state is, or you mentioned the phrase, the state is heavily investing in infrastructure. What does [00:05:35] Amy Sylvis: that. Sure. So specifically in the Evansville area, you may be familiar, but there's for the most part, kind of a disjointed disconnected two lane highway going from most of the way from Evansville up to indie, right? [00:05:49] Amy Sylvis: That's changing, they're building an actual freeway building up the li the infrastructure there for logistics, which is another industry that's growing in the great city of Evans. They're redoing the bridge to make it wider and will robust across the river over to Kentucky, making rail lines investing in there and partnering, doing a public private partnership there as well to help with logistics. [00:06:11] Amy Sylvis: So yeah, when the state's willing to invest in doing some of that infrastructure, it's always a good sign. [00:06:16] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. No, that's really intriguing. There's a lot of there's a lot of parallels and things that you mentioned between Evansville. And Memphis, except for the fact that the state is investing heavily in infrastructure. [00:06:28] Sam Wilson: I mean, I'm thinking about things like rail lines you're on the water, mean Ohio river for our listeners that aren't familiar with. The Midwest is enormous. It's one of the largest feeders into the Mississippi. So, the, in, in the amount of goods that are transported up and down from grains to goods, I mean, up and down the Ohio is is pretty incredible actually to see. [00:06:47] Sam Wilson: and again, for those of you who aren't listening, that just the fact that they're building a larger bridge, between Indiana and Kentucky is a really it's a really big step, cuz that will actually connect. Now that I think about it, that would then connect really all the way down to Memphis, which is if we get a major highway running through there, that'll be really awesome. [00:07:03] Sam Wilson: So yes very cool. I love that. How, what resources did you use to research this and say, I mean, cause it's one thing to find a newspaper article like, oh whoop you do. They're building a new bridge across the Ohio. We really don't care. No one pays attention, but to aggregate all this data takes time. [00:07:18] Sam Wilson: How did you do [00:07:19] Amy Sylvis: that? It does yeah, it, it is quite frankly taken quite a bit of time. I've got a massive spreadsheet, I use some VAs to populate it, but you know, really looking at trends from the milk and report that comes out every year to simple things like job growth announced by the bureau of labor statistics. [00:07:36] Amy Sylvis: A amazing resource that is paid, but for me, it's worth it called housing alerts.com. I don't know if you've heard of them. They're mostly single family focused, but as we know. Single family proceeds. Multi-family, it's a leading indicator by about 12 to 18 months. So a lot of great statistics and forecasting by demographers and economists have that site and pump out that data. [00:08:00] Amy Sylvis: So I really look for overall trends, not just, a blip in the radar, but you know, consistent kind of green. In all of those metrics, [00:08:08] Sam Wilson: is this something you've been kind of, traditionally trained in is in synthesizing this data and then coming up with a conclusion? Cause I think you can throw a lot of data at a lot of us, myself included in this. [00:08:19] Sam Wilson: And I just kinda, I look at it for an hour and I go. What does this tell me I don't even know how to make sense of this. How do you compile all this into something that's meaningful? [00:08:28] Amy Sylvis: Yeah. So, I think I, to, to answer your question, not overly trained, I do have an MBA. I do have a background in biotech where, data analysis and all of that has been. [00:08:39] Amy Sylvis: Part of, how I've been trained, but nothing specific, but truly understanding where numbers are and how they change over time and being able to just track them and synthesize, Hey, is this getting better or worse? Is this a trend? Is this a blip in the radar? I humbly present to you that it's a bit simpler than maybe it sounds, I think the hardest part is just, compiling the data. [00:09:00] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. And then paint, painting the picture and saying, okay. Yes. Are things moving? What is the general direction that things are moving in that's really, awesome. I love that. Talk to us about what it means to, I guess, have a setback in life. Like what's a setback look like in life for you, and then how have you overcome. [00:09:19] Amy Sylvis: Sure. I love to talk about this just because everyone has setbacks in life, right? None of us gets through this life without a setback or a bump in the road. Right? So it's, not whether you get knocked down, but whether you get back up I was born with cystic fibrosis. Some of you may have heard of this. [00:09:37] Amy Sylvis: It is a genetic disease that impacts about 30,000 people in the us. And when I was born in 1981, my parents were told that I would live to maybe be 12 years. spoiler alert in two weeks, I turned 41 . but growing up there really wasn't much medication or treatment. And I was in and out of the hospital quite a bit with virent lung infections that were resistant to antibiotics. [00:10:00] Amy Sylvis: and it made it really. To attend school regularly. And as I became an adult, hold down a job regularly, because the nature of the illness is progressive deterioration of my lungs in addition to several other organs in my body. So, it. Yeah, there were some bumps in the room there. Happy to dive in with whatever direction you wanna go down. [00:10:22] Sam Wilson: Wow. I guess, where does that bring you today? Some mm-hmm something has either changed medically or medicinally or something where, we get to have this conversation today. Yes. [00:10:33] Amy Sylvis: well, really scientifically, Explanation until about three years ago as to why I was doing so well. [00:10:39] Amy Sylvis: And what, brought me so far, I say, maybe my hopeful attitude and my faith is how I explain that. But thankfully, a miracle medication did come to the market for the vast majority, not all of people with cystic fibrosis right before the pandemic in November of 2019. And. Almost all of, kind of my struggles. [00:10:58] Amy Sylvis: I'm no longer in and outta the hospital. All of this has virtually disappeared. So, I get to enjoy the great health and live like most people, thankfully. Wow. [00:11:08] Sam Wilson: Wow. That's gotta be just, I mean, literally life changing. Yes. [00:11:13] Amy Sylvis: Yeah, it was, there were again, a bump in the road where COVID came and , so I didn't get to fully kind of experience it until quite recently, but. [00:11:21] Amy Sylvis: The true gift of it is this perspective. I knew from a very young age how precious life was that tomorrow wasn't guaranteed. So it was up to me to really take advantage and live life to the fullest and really led me to this career because I wasn't sure how long or if at all, I could trade my time for money. [00:11:40] Amy Sylvis: And that was a big realization where I thought, although I'm sure my parents would've taken care of me, I wanted to be financially independent, not be a burden on them. So, gosh, darn, I'm gonna figure out a way to generate income regardless of my health. So I can continue to pay my bills and live by myself and have a prosperous life. [00:11:57] Amy Sylvis: So, that is really one of the gifts of going through that struggle that has led me to where I am [00:12:01] Sam Wilson: today. Wow. Wow. That's an incredible perspective. And not one, I think that many of us, would imagine or be able to share if it's like, Hey, I've had a debilitating disease, the bulk of my life, and yet it's been a gift in its own. [00:12:14] Sam Wilson: Right. [00:12:15] Amy Sylvis: Yeah, that perspective is everything right? Because there truly are. I mean, it's hard when you're going through it, right. I can relate to, maybe people have had other struggles with, family or health or, an inordinate number of things. But, I think it is so important to look back. [00:12:28] Amy Sylvis: Once things do pass as they always do sometimes sooner, sometimes later and see what the gifts are because they're, they are there and they can be utilized as a superpower moving forward in. [00:12:40] Sam Wilson: Wow. Wow. That's really cool. What did you do before you got into multifamily real estate? [00:12:46] Amy Sylvis: I was in biotech. [00:12:47] Amy Sylvis: Raise your hand if you're surprised. but the notion that I could be involved in, developing and distributing medications to people that all also suffered, grievous illness was just really fulfilling. And it was a space I was very comfortable in, both personally, but of course, professionally. [00:13:05] Amy Sylvis: So I was there for 13 years doing. [00:13:06] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Wow. that's absolutely cool. I love that. Let's talk a little bit. Let's take let's thank you for taking the time to really share your sure. Personal health journey and using that as a springboard to say, Hey, look, anything's possible. So, thank you again for being so willing to talk about that. [00:13:22] Sam Wilson: Certainly appreciate it. Of course. Let's go back a little bit. And rewind the tape to the data conversation, a touch, and just kind of caught maybe not so much look in the rear view mirror, but maybe look a little bit out the windshield and say, all right, what do you see? You guys, you're in the multifamily space, right? [00:13:37] Sam Wilson: And it's been crazy hot, been lots of money flooding into it. And we have this potential recession on the horizon. We have inflation that's outta control. People are calling for stagflation, which wouldn't surprise me in the slightest. Where are we going from here? And how are you guys preparing for [00:13:52] Amy Sylvis: it? I love this question. [00:13:54] Amy Sylvis: Let me get out my crystal ball. thank you. [00:13:57] Sam Wilson: You're the first person that's ever said. You have one [00:13:59] Amy Sylvis: it's my superpower. No, you it is all about mitigating risk, right? Because none of us has a crystal ball, but, to your point, there are ways we can hedge ourselves. We can protect our investment, protect our investors contribution to our investments by a going back to market research. There is no one United States real estate market. Right. We all remember 2008 when some markets, I'm in LA completely tanked. [00:14:25] Amy Sylvis: Right. Other markets, some in Texas were like recession, what? Housing Christ, who, right. It really, it was. Almost a non-event it's a great reminder that there are markets in the United States that are so robust and job fr or economically friendly job friendly. All of this. It's not to say, we assume that there won't be issues, but you can really hedge yourself with a recession. [00:14:49] Amy Sylvis: And, being in a market that has recession-resistant industries where we know historically jobs aren't being cut and mentioned Decatur, Alabama. The FBI is expanding thousands of jobs there. The United States space force, which is such a wild thing to say, but that's a real thing is located from Denver to Huntsville. [00:15:09] Amy Sylvis: These are recession resistant jobs. Not to say that there won't be layoffs or pay cuts, but they really position ourselves, to have still great renter demand. But yeah, interest rates are rising for how long? I don't think any of us know, but we do know the fed is really in between a rock and a hard place. [00:15:25] Amy Sylvis: Midterm elections are coming up. The interest on the debt on the national debt is gonna become a little tricky if they raise too much. And we're all familiar with the term, a tape or tantrum, right? The stock market is not happy about this prospect. So in our mind, simply data-wise is looking historically. [00:15:42] Amy Sylvis: It's only a matter of time before the fed starts cutting again, could be two years could be three. But history shows us that's usually the time period from when they fed raises to when cuts start happening again. So right. We are. Yeah, go ahead. That was a bit of a monologue. [00:15:57] Sam Wilson: I'll take a breath. [00:15:58] Sam Wilson: Oh, I love it. I love it. That's a great way to, that's a great way to frame it, cuz you hear some people, I've been asking this question a lot recently. And some will tell you, how they're buying, right? They'll tell you, changes in their underwriting strategy. They'll tell you changes in, what they're forecasting or how they're, changing the debt they bring on. [00:16:16] Sam Wilson: And for you, you said, Hey, we're not really, you're not really focused on that as much as you are just saying, we're buying in the right locations. And I think, that's a great answer. So I appreciate that. [00:16:25] Amy Sylvis: Thank you. Yeah, our underwriting, it has definitely changed as well, just to be fully transparent and most of our deals could survive half renters, not paying at all, we're conservative in that respect and always making sure we protect capital, but yeah, the macro economic environment's really fascinating [00:16:40] Sam Wilson: as. [00:16:41] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Yeah. The macroeconomic is certainly fascinating, but a again, just to reiterate, it's not like the microeconomic environment is what you are more focused on. [00:16:50] Amy Sylvis: Precisely precisely. [00:16:51] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Is awesome. Amy, I thank you for coming on today. I certainly appreciate it. Are there any other closing thoughts you would have for our listeners or things you'd like to share before we sign off? [00:16:59] Amy Sylvis: Sure thing. I would just encourage folks as they're on their journey, wherever they are in this journey to know. That obstacles are simply a sign that you're getting closer to your goal. And so keep going on, keep persisting I'm cheering you on. And if you'd like to get in touch with me, would love for you to reach firstname.lastname@example.org. [00:17:18] Amy Sylvis: If you wanna chat about market research, the economic environment, or investing anything like that I love to talk to people. It's one of the best parts of what I do. So look forward to speaking with. Awesome. [00:17:28] Sam Wilson: And for those of you who are listening that Silvi capital S Y L V I S. capital.com. Thank you, Amy, for your time today. [00:17:35] Sam Wilson: I appreciate it. [00:17:36] Amy Sylvis: Appreciate you. Thanks for having me.
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How would you like to learn a strategy that can grow your freelance or VA business in more ways than anything else you might have done? Today we'll share a 3-Step Framework for creating winning lead magnets (free offers) that build your email list of prospective ideal clients. It's the same sort of process we've used to build our own base of students at Freelance University. Join us as we discuss this crucial strategy — it's had the greatest impact on our business over the last 14 years and can have the same impact on yours! Podcast Outline: [0:00] Introduction to the topic of creating winning lead magnets in your business - how it's a highly successful strategy that's had the greatest impact on Freelance University over the past 14 years. [1:53] What is a lead magnet - a description of how it works and an example of how Craig tapped into the power of using free offers and lead magnets to build credibility. Psychological Triggers to Authentically Persuade People to Respond to a Lead Magnet [4:45] #1 Reciprocity - how a process of give and take occurs when you offer something of value. [5:47] #2 Proof - how a lead magnet can establish your credibility when people receive the content and apply it. [6:34] #3 Affinity - how you can establish the “likeability” factor when you provide valuable content and build a relationship through email. [7:01] #4 Authority - how providing valuable educational content establishes you as an authority in a particular area. A 3-Step Framework to Attracting Your Ideal Clients with Lead Magnets (Free Offers) [8:42] A summary of the three-step framework and description of how you can diagram the framework as a triangle [9:15] #1 Audience - important strategies you can use to determine who you're creating the lead magnet for and how it can address their needs and interests. [11:16] #2 Skills - how to determine what your best skills (dominant specializations) are and how you can translate them into services that match the unique needs of your audience. [12:50] #3 Offer - the “Three T's” that help you come up with your offer and advice for how to apply the principles of Type, Topic, and Title to create a compelling lead magnet. [17:10] Summary of the “3-Step Framework” [18:25] Encouragement for freelancers and VAs - the importance of building your email list and nurturing a relationship with people who may turn into ideal clients. [19:24] How to learn more about leveling up your skills and creating lead magnets at Freelance University Resources and tools discussed in this episode: Freelance University VANetworking Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Facebook Groups Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini WordPress Instagram Microsoft Word Fiverr Canva MailerLite ConvertKit Mailchimp ActiveCampaign
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In today's episode, we are joined by Andrew Keel, Andrew is a passionate commercial real estate investor, husband, father, and fitness fanatic. His specialty is in acquiring and operating manufactured housing communities and self-storage facilities. He graduated in 2010 from Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota where he majored in Business Administration, He started as an apprentice to a local Central Florida real estate wholesaler where he learned to flip houses. Eventually, he move to manufacturing houses, buying and selling individual mobile homes. Today he operates over 2,300 lots across more than 30 mobile home parks in 10 states and has few mobile home parks under contracts. Let's hear more about Andrew and his journey. Let's dive in! [00:00 - 07:04] 5 Storage Facilities Bought from Mom and Pop for Increased Profits Andrew Keel owns and operates 33 mobile home communities in five cell storage facilities. His specialty is buying from mom and pops and improving the bottom line. Started in central Florida flipping houses in the residential place moved into, individual mobile homes Buying storage from Mom and Pops Andrew shares that their business has a call center that anyone can call to rent their units [07:05 - 13:46] How Self Storage Can Help You Achieve Your Business Goals Storage is becoming increasingly desirable, especially in a recessionary environment There are many reasons why people use storage, and the competitive advantage for Self Storage is market research and underwriting based on what it could be, rather than what it is today Hiring is important to set good systems in place from the beginning so that when turnover does occur, it is smooth. Andrew shares his experience in running in triathlon and how it correlates to his business process. [13:47 - 18:24] Closing Segment Reach out to Andrew Keel Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes ”Slow down and really implement good training at the beginning instead of trying to go really fast.” - Andrew Keel ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Andrew Keel by visiting their website: www.keelteam.com Connect with me: Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Andrew Keel: When we come in and we're now we have a call center that they can call and rent a unit, anytime their web, you can rent a unit from the website and get access to the gate, and implement more professional management. [00:00:09] Andrew Keel: We're able to already see increases in occupancy, increases in NOI and just fix the model that he had been using. So that's our whole model basically is buying from mom and pops that are not, running assets as, as well as we can. And, increasing the value.. Andrew keel owns and operates. 33 mobile home communities in five cell storage facilities. His specialty is buying from mom and pops and improving the bottom line. Andrew, welcome to the show. Yeah, [00:00:46] Andrew Keel: thanks for having me, Sam. Pleasure's [00:00:48] Sam Wilson: mine. Three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. [00:00:51] Sam Wilson: Where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? [00:00:54] Andrew Keel: Started in central Florida flipping houses in the residential place moved into, individual mobile homes, doing what's called Lonnie, dealing where I was selling individual mobile homes on contract. And then ended up going to a bootcamp MSU bootcamp and met a investor there that was looking to deploy some. [00:01:14] Andrew Keel: Wanted a sweat equity partner like myself. So we ended up partnering on my first five mobile home parks together since then friends and family have jumped on board and wanted to invest. And we also got into self storage last year, which has absolutely crushed. So really really feeling good about our portfolio going into uncertain economic times [00:01:34] Sam Wilson: when, or what year was it that you bought your first mobile home park? [00:01:38] Sam Wilson: 2017. Wow. Wow. That's pretty that's pretty fast growth from zero mobile home parks to 33, I think is is what you said there in your bio? That's a lot. What is that? I mean, it's only five is that five years. That's six parks a year, [00:01:54] Andrew Keel: basically. Yeah. Yeah. Just about, I, the one thing I did is I burned the ships, right? [00:01:59] Andrew Keel: I left everything else. My, my home flipping business, my individual mobile home flipping business. I left everything behind. It just went all in on this. I saw the opportunity and it ended up being well worth it. Now [00:02:11] Sam Wilson: That's really hard hard to do, cause I'm sure that your home flipping business was fairly profitable. [00:02:17] Andrew Keel: It was yeah. Around the central Florida area. And then, these Lonnie deals, I was buying these individual mobile homes, fixing 'em up very little and then selling them on contract. And I was getting what's called mailbox money. Right. Which Lonnie Scruggs talks about in his book deals on wheels. [00:02:33] Andrew Keel: And, that was going great. But I, that income from those previous homes I had sold really kept me alive when I just completely went full into mobile home communities. So that's how I was able to do it. [00:02:45] Sam Wilson: I think that's important, to note there for people that are looking to scale, is that income while you do scale, how long did it take you from, Hey, I'm going long into mobile home communities in 2017. Like how many months was it before you actually got your first deal done? [00:02:57] Andrew Keel: Oh yeah. I wanted to buy a park in 2015. Right. And then , the time it took to get there and the sales funnel. [00:03:04] Andrew Keel: And so forth It took about a year and a half. So, it definitely took some time before I actually got one. [00:03:10] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's, I mean, I think that's something people overlook, when they're looking to grow and you hear the success stories where it's like, Hey man, one day I woke up and then three weeks later, I own 10 mobile home parks. [00:03:19] Sam Wilson: You're like, okay, whatever. You're not the normal person out there. The rest of us, it takes 18 months of, of blood, sweat, and tears to finally get that first one done. And from then of course, it becomes easier. It's getting the first one across the finish line. Tell me. Things are changing in the mobile home community space. [00:03:35] Sam Wilson: Like we've just seen cap rates compressed. We've seen hyper competition come in. What else has gone on in this space? And then what are you doing to still find a competitive edge? [00:03:44] Andrew Keel: Yeah, we have a lot of institutional buyers coming into the space right now, a lot of big time, private equity money coming into the space. [00:03:52] Andrew Keel: And it's tough to compete. Right? They've driven cap rates down. I think one thing that we've done to kind of. Carve out our niche is, we've gotten really specific on our strike zone, right? Like we buy properties between 50 and 99. Lots. A lot of the bigger boys wanna buy a hundred lots or more. [00:04:11] Andrew Keel: So we target 50 to 99 lots. We target public utilities in a Metro with 50,000 or more population. And, that has really been a good strike zone for us. We've had to say no to a lot of deal. But it also keeps us it keeps us on track with where our time is best used. [00:04:30] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Are you, I mean, so you gave four criteria for things that work for you guys, and it sounds like you're still able to find opportunity, even with those four criteria. [00:04:39] Andrew Keel: Yeah. Yeah. It's been great, last year was a lot better than this year. , honestly, we were able to really, our sales funnel kind of peaked and we closed on, a handful in 2021 20, 22. It's gotten tougher to find those deals that hit our strike zone. So we spent a lot of time in storage the last year because of. [00:05:00] Sam Wilson: Right. I mean, and that's also something though. I mean, you're in two asset classes that are fairly popular. I mean, I would think there's more storage facilities than there are mobile home communities. So, but even, so it's still a competitive storage, the competitive space to be in why the transition with it just cuz the mobile home communities were just, too competitive or was there a strategic move as part [00:05:20] Andrew Keel: of. [00:05:21] Andrew Keel: Yeah. We like the complimentary factors that they have with our management and oversight of them. And then also it was strategic in the fact that, self storage facilities they're they have some benefits that mobile home parks don't right. They're a little bit easier to manage. [00:05:35] Andrew Keel: However, the supply is not constrained, just, as mobile home parks are. However we can buy in certain markets from mom and pop. That we bought a property in round rock, Texas just outside of Austin. And we bought it from a mom and pop owner. We direct to the owner and the facility was only 82% occupied. [00:05:53] Andrew Keel: It's your typical mom and pop story. Right? All the other facilities in the area are 95% occupied are higher. He was operating the facility on a flip phone and he was only open three days a week. If you wanted to rent a unit, you had to be there Monday, Wednesday, or Saturday. That was. So when we come in and we're now we have a call center that they can call and rent a unit, anytime their web, you can rent a unit from the website and get access to the gate, and implement more professional management. [00:06:18] Andrew Keel: We're able to already see increases in occupancy, increases in NOI and just fix the model that he had been using. So that's our whole model basically is buying from mom and pops that are not, running assets as, as well as we can. And, increasing the value.. [00:06:32] Sam Wilson: Those aren't even expensive, necessarily operational, like, like there's no major CapEx. [00:06:38] Sam Wilson: Yeah. There's some software that goes into that. There's some human, capital in the sense that you gotta pay to have a, the call center, answer the phone and things like that, but it's not, a million dollars in CapEx. You gotta dump it into your property. It's just a very simple, Hey, here's some operational tweaks and you can change the bottom line dramatically. [00:06:55] Andrew Keel: Dramatically. Yeah. And obviously in storage, one thing like probably the biggest value add component is that the mom and pops are not raising rents with market. Right. They, they just get comfortable. They think that a hundred percent occupancy is good. And that's where they're supposed to be. [00:07:11] Andrew Keel: Well, actually in storage, you actually wanna be around 90% occupied, maybe even a little bit less. Wow. Because if you're not filtering through and you're not raising rents enough, then you're not maximizing the no. Right, [00:07:22] Sam Wilson: right. Yeah. And I can't do the math fast enough on here, but I know that there's a, here on the fly, but I know there's a point where it's like, Hey, it's better to be 90% occupied at X than hundred percent occupied at Y whatever that is. [00:07:33] Sam Wilson: Yeah. So that's exactly, that's really interesting. Yeah. We're experiencing that right now on a multifamily property. We own. We just hit a hundred percent occupancy, but we are, we have raised rent so fast and it's still the demand is there. And it's like, what? Or what are we doing something wrong here? [00:07:48] Sam Wilson: Because we're we bought it last year and we're already 400 bucks a month or 400 bucks a month per unit over where we bought it at. And it's like, Wow. And we're still not, or we're still a hundred percent occupied. So I get that. That's a hard thing for a lot of people though, especially mom and pops, cuz they go, Hey, you know what? [00:08:04] Sam Wilson: I'm fully occupied. I don't have to think about it. I can collect the check and then I go home. How do you find those sellers? And how do you find an opportunity? That makes sense like that. I mean going all the way to around rock Texas is a long way from Orlando, Florida. [00:08:16] Andrew Keel: Yeah, we have a whole sales team of five cold callers that are cold calling and, reaching out to owners constantly. [00:08:24] Andrew Keel: We have three VAs that are skip tracing and scrubbing our data. And that's really been our competitive advantage is being able to go direct to these owners, contact them, cultivate relationships with them, and then, ultimately buy their proper. [00:08:38] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. What's that conversation like right now, when you're dealing with these mom and pop owners, are they aware of, the interest in the self storage space or is it, still the maybe five, seven years ago where you get it off market deal and it wasn't quite as difficult. [00:08:53] Andrew Keel: There's always deals out there. Right? One of my mentors, Scott Shields, he says, Hey, the deal of a lifetime comes around once every six months. There's deals to be had. But yeah, I would say sellers are aware that. Their assets are desirable and they're wanting higher prices than ever before. [00:09:07] Andrew Keel: And I think the competitive advantage is the market research that we're doing to look at the competitors, to look at the facilities and really be able to underwrite based on, what it could be instead of what it is today. Do you [00:09:18] guys [00:09:19] Sam Wilson: Have you guys taken any deals down from broker. [00:09:22] Andrew Keel: We have, yeah, I think probably three or four we've taken down from brokers. There's deals out there from brokers as well. You just have to be the right place to right time. [00:09:30] Sam Wilson: Right, right. We're you know, there's talk of us going into a recession and you are in two unique asset classes that generally bode fairly well, especially the mobile home communities in a recessionary environment. [00:09:42] Sam Wilson: Is there anything you guys are doing? To position yourself or maybe doing differently than what you were a couple of years ago as recession seems to be on the horizon. [00:09:50] Andrew Keel: Yeah. Great question. I think mobile home parks in and of themselves are the most affordable form of non-subsidized housing, right? [00:09:59] Andrew Keel: So that, in a recessionary environ, Has done pretty well. And if you look back at the previous recessions, you'll see mobile home parks have done well, right? Because typically our tenants own their homes and they're just paying a very nominal amount for lot rent to have their home on the property. [00:10:16] Andrew Keel: So, mobile home parks are molded in that aspect. Not completely completely untouchable right in, in a recession. I think everybody feels it in some aspect but mobile home parks are. Are in a good spot storage as well. It's interesting because storage has an interesting dynamic where when people are moving up, right, they're upgrading their housing situation. [00:10:36] Andrew Keel: They need more stuff when they're downgrading their housing, it's the same thing, right? They need a place to store their stuff. And in a market like today where people are preferring to rent self storage is done really. [00:10:48] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. There's there's and I think that's the thing that's fun about self storage is that there's the reasons for why. [00:10:52] Sam Wilson: And like you said, the reasons why people use storage varies no matter where we are in the cycle there's a certain. Section or a certain set of, of the population that needs storage for various reasons. So in a recession, businesses are downsizing like, okay, well now they gotta have a place to put all this extra stuff they have or, businesses are upsizing. [00:11:11] Sam Wilson: Well now we're building a new facility, we got a place to store our stuff. I mean, whatever it is. So I think that's that's really cool. What are, if you could rewind maybe, I don't know how long or when you started in real estate, but whenever it was, you started in real estate until. [00:11:22] Sam Wilson: And you could say, Hey, here's a mistake I made that. I think other people could avoid making. What would that be? [00:11:27] Andrew Keel: Wow. That was a great question. I would say setting better systems earlier. In terms of hiring. Right? So when you're hiring people you don't in the moment, you're like, okay, it's like, you gotta ship and you gotta hole in it. [00:11:41] Andrew Keel: You're like, all right, stick a cork in it. Let's just keep moving. Right? Well, really, if you slow down, you take the time to set up a system, set up a training. You can really help yourself down the line when you need to replace that person or when you have turnover. So I would say slow down and really implement good training in the beginning instead of trying to go really fast. [00:12:02] Andrew Keel: That's something we've had to go back and do. And, we're able now to move so much faster when we do have turnover. Because we have good training systems in place, the new person's able to get caught up very quickly. [00:12:13] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's I think that was something I read on a LinkedIn post yesterday was that the average entrepreneur really struggles with the documentation side of it. [00:12:23] Sam Wilson: Especially early on because it's fast. If I can just do it myself right now, but then documenting this process takes five times as long. And I don't have time for that. But then, yeah it's this you get caught there in the middle. So setting better systems when hiring now that's that's an absolutely great one. [00:12:39] Sam Wilson: I love, I certainly love that. Tell me this, you you're an Ironman triathlon runner. If I'm not mistaken, you do. That's right. How many of these you've done up up till this point? Are there correlations between what you do in business and how you run a triathlon? [00:12:55] Andrew Keel: Oh, a hundred percent. I would say. [00:12:57] Andrew Keel: it's less about how I run a triathlon and more about the whole process. Right? The training, the discipline you know what I put in my mouth eating wise, like, the burning drive that I have to be successful. All of. It correlates to training for triathlon and competing in Ironman races. [00:13:15] Andrew Keel: So, I would say it, it has helped my business goals and complimented them and has kept me driven, kept me on track, kept me disciplined. When I don't wanna wake up at 5 31 day, I could I'll pay for it if I don't. Right, right. So it keeps me on. Right. [00:13:32] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. [00:13:33] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Yeah. In the, you said you mentioned something in there, but you said process, can you expound on that? Some. [00:13:39] Andrew Keel: Yeah. Yeah. Specifically with triathlon, like for example, I just competed in Kona in the Kona, Hawaii, 70.3 race last week. Wow. And the process of preparing your bike, making sure that you have, good tubes and tires on and making sure that your batteries are charged for your, GPS and your your gear shifters. [00:13:59] Andrew Keel: The whole process of being organized. And like you said, setting a system in business is the same thing for triathlon. And that's not even including the training. Right? There's a coaching program. I have a coach that, that, sets up my training regimen and. Again it all correlates to my business and how I run that as [00:14:18] Sam Wilson: well. [00:14:18] Sam Wilson: Right. No, I think that's that. That's absolutely cool. And congrats to you for finishing that that race in Kona. Was that your best time? Was that your worst time? How'd you do. , it [00:14:29] Andrew Keel: was not my best time. But I did pretty well. I got 16th in my age group. There was like 84 people in my age group. I think. [00:14:36] Andrew Keel: So, my age group's pretty competitive. It's the like 30 to 35 range. Wow. But had a great time, was a beautiful race. Literally the swim was like swimming in an aquarium. I mean, I was seeing stingrays and, colorful fish. It was beautiful. [00:14:48] Sam Wilson: that's absolutely awesome. I don't know. [00:14:51] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I don't know many people that get, get to say that when they run a triathlon, that it was like swimming in an aquarium. That's awesome. Andrew. What's what let's talk about? I had one question here. I forgot to ask you when it comes to mobile home community, something we're seeing right now is on the financing side of things. [00:15:06] Sam Wilson: Financing's changing lending is getting really kind of wonky out here. As lenders are trying to find their footing in the marketplace going, where are we going? Interest rate rise. What are you finding right now in lending? On mobile home communities. [00:15:16] Andrew Keel: Yeah, interest rates are going up for sure. [00:15:18] Andrew Keel: , but there is really good options when it comes to financing, manufactured housing communities. The best debt is typically by the agency lenders, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae Tim typical, similar to multifamily. Where, you're able to get 10 year fixed rate debt and, interest only periods. [00:15:35] Andrew Keel: We just locked in a really awesome refinance loan before rates started ticking up on, about seven of our mobile home parks. And, we were able to get really great. We did very low leverage. I think it was 65% LTV 10 years fixed fixed interest. And. It was full term interest only. [00:15:54] Andrew Keel: So, very attractive financing terms and that's through the agency lenders, your property has to meet a certain criteria. It has to be, for there's a whole list, but over 90% occupied, less than 25% park owned homes, it has to have off street parking and some other attributes that when we buy properties from mom and pop. [00:16:12] Andrew Keel: Typically we're getting like a regional lender to finance that. And then our whole goal is to fix these properties, to get them to qualify for the agency debt. And that is like our home run. [00:16:22] Sam Wilson: Right. Cause then you can refinance it into agency debt. And then what's your plan, I guess what's your exit strategy on these? [00:16:27] Sam Wilson: Is this a hold in forever? [00:16:29] Andrew Keel: We're buying hold. Yeah. I'm 34 years old. Wanna own these assets and fully appreciate 'em. That's what our investors are looking for as well. And it's it's been a win-win for us to be able to recapitalize the asset, pay back the initial equity and then, hold them long. [00:16:42] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. I like that in comparison to, a lot of the deals we're seeing right now that are coming across my desk are stuff like, Hey, three to five years, we're gonna sell it. We're gonna, get a two X equity, multiple and move on. I think people's appetite, at least I've found is really changing dramatically. [00:16:58] Sam Wilson: They're going okay. We really don't care about the equity, multiple of the appreciation play. We just. Want to clip the coupon. I think of the last hundred investors I've talked to in the last four months, they've probably evolved the same thing. Like we just wanna collect the cash flow. So that's very cool, Andrew, thank you for taking the time to come on the show today and really talk about mobile home communities, the opportunities you're finding there and how you're finding them. [00:17:19] Sam Wilson: I mean having five cold callers and three VAs, full-time skip tracing. That's a lot of people doing a lot of outbound lead generation. I think that's super cool. You've shared with us the way, that you prep for an Ironman and how that correlates there to your business. And then also how you're finding opportunity in self storage. [00:17:35] Sam Wilson: So you guys are doing a lot of really cool stuff. Certainly appreciate you coming on today and sharing if our listeners wanna get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:17:42] Andrew Keel: Yeah, the best way for them to do that would be to go to keel team.com. That's just K E E L T E a m.com can fill out a contact form if you're interested in investing with us or partnering with us. [00:17:55] Andrew Keel: Awesome. [00:17:55] Sam Wilson: Andrew, thank you again. Certainly appreciate it. [00:17:58] Andrew Keel: Yeah. Thanks for having me, Sam.
El camino de la vida puede curvear con rapidez y tenemos que afrontar con valentía y fe los difíciles atajos y desviaciones que inevitablemente encontraremos. Recuerda que David dice: “Esto no va a durar para siempre. Aguanta y espera que tu vida gire hacia algo mejor. ¡Vas a salir de esto!”. El pasado nunca te define; mucho menos la nostalgia. Aun en nuestras peores decisiones, Dios estuvo ahí. Su amor no se basa en nuestro perfecto desempeño, sino en el perfecto amor que Él tiene por nosotros. Por eso hay que redirigir nuestra nostalgia hacia Él. ¡Barre las cenizas del pasado y súmate a la fiesta! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dante-gebel/support
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Description: On today's episode of the Unf*ck Your Biz with Braden podcast I share my June profit report and let you know if I hit my monthly goals. Check out episode 229 where I give May's profit report and share my June goals. My goal for the year was to hit $15,000 a month in revenue. I hit that goal in January and have not hit it since. Doing these profit reports not only, hopefully, provide you insight into the profit of a fellow business owner, they also help me review my own profit and also get me a better understanding of my baseline revenue. To me, baseline revenue is the number we can hit by doing whatever it is we do consistently every week. I encourage every business owner to learn and track their baseline number. For me, these consistent tasks are putting out a podcast episode each week, sending out a weekly email, posting a social post for the podcast, a mild average amount of Facebook interaction, one speaking engagement a week average, and typically Instagram stories daily. A lot of my base revenue comes from my monthly membership. Right now it's close to $7,000 and then I tend to make an extra $2,000 a month from the other things I sell. Trying to go over my baseline of $9,000 requires extra promotion like a launch of some kind or an email promotion which requires me to work more than my usual default. Last week on the podcast I shared my interview from Claire Pelletreau's podcast where we talk about how I get paid and Claire posed the question of how special promotions impact or take away attention from the typical promotion of my usual products. I decided to make May a chill month. I was traveling and it was Memorial Day and I decided I wasn't going to do any of the "extra" or "bonus" work that goes into getting above the baseline. Recap of June goals: MRR → $7,250 (20 new members) Contract Vault → $1,500 (50) Affiliate Commissions ($1,200) Speaking Fee ($400) That should be a reasonable baseline: $10,350 So what actually happened: $11,400 from Kajabi $1,650 = $13,050 Profit Rx = $7,000 36 Contract Vault sales = $1,080 PRx Live Beta = $1,600 1-on-1 client = $2,000 Affiliate payment = $450 I'm a little behind on my books. I know tsk, tsk. But I'm in the process of turning it over to one of my VAs. But I can tell you that Profit was a bit down in June it likely will be for July and August as well. I'd love to hear what you think about the profit reports. Send me a DM on Instagram or post them in my Facebook Group, Braden's Besties.
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CELEBRATE WITH ME! A secret dream of mine for almost a decade has finally come true! Shameca & Company has made the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America! This incredible honor proves that the mindset and strategies work for many people. To be recognized alongside the biggest companies in America affirms our mission of making this business a fruitful ministry. I want to share and dedicate this to all the chocolate girls watching who, like me, have thought so many times of giving up. I built this company from scratch, and when I say from scratch, I didn't have access to a loan from a family member and had bad credit with zero money in the bank. All I had was just a dream and a knowing of God's purpose in my heart. I knew the faces of the people who I would serve even though I could not see them yet. I knew that hustling and grinding were not the right way to do things. I knew that playing big is required to become more. The biggest lesson for me on this journey is learning how to SIMPLIFY. Allow me to share with you these three things to help you simplify and scale too. ✔️Simplify your OFFERS. People forget that even in business, "less is more." You can hit the million-dollar mark by offering less. Please reach the point where you master your flagship program, product, or service and sell them first. Adding more stuff on top of that creates more complications. Create your powerful money-making main offer, an upsell or the primary offer, and a down-sell (choose which way you want to go), but have that meat and potatoes to focus on for people to start working with you. For me, I crossed my first six figures with only two offers. ✔️Simplify your MARKETING. This is a huge point of contention because so many 'experts' teach going on many platforms where you should do everything. These ways and methods of showing up on YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, and everywhere else can be overwhelming. I had to get to the point where I realized I needed to trust myself and do the things that were easy for me so that it was simple and I could do them with consistency. For me, Facebook became my number one platform, where I spent my time and crossed the million dollars in revenue. That overwhelm can either stop you in your tracks or complicate things so much. Choose the platform that best fits your brand and focus on it. ✔️Simplify your BUSINESS MODEL. Many entrepreneurs believe hiring all the people will make you all the money. What is crucial is understanding the flow of your offers and simplifying the number of people working with you inside your business. In the beginning, I hired copywriters, salespeople, VAs, and all kinds of people who didn't deliver. And I realized it wasn't the people; it was me. Because I was so unclear about my business model, where people were going, and what I needed people to do — delegating to them was a pain point. I thought they were going to do what they do, and it was going to create magic, and they were to help me make all the programs and things that needed to go with it. Don't put yourself in the CEO role too early because you wouldn't know how to lead the team the way they need to be led. So sometimes you have to roll up your sleeves, do it with a skeleton crew, know what you need to do, do it first yourself and then delegate, which simplifies the business model. Complexity is the one thing that will kill your business growth (and dreams) faster than anything else. ———————————————————————————————— Loved this episode? Know that it's your time. Listen, love, when you stop playing small and show up fully, your business and income will naturally grow as you do too. Discover how to achieve the next Level of Authority and remove any blocks sabotaging your sales. http://shamecatankerson.com/
In honor of our upcoming IO2022 Innovation Accelerated Summit, which is happening September 19th and 20th in Lincoln Nebraska. Thought it'd be nice to pull some of the best interviews and sessions from our IO2020 virtual event. So, over the next few weeks, check out some of our amazing speakers and grab a ticket for the upcoming event. We'd love to see you there. Tickets and more information can be found at io2022.com. And now back to the show. Brian Ardinger: Inside Outside Innovation is a podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage in experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Doc Williams, Brand Developer, Founder of Brand Factory and Maker of Build With MeSusan Stibal: Doc Williams is here to show you how to best utilize this new field of building without code and what concepts, tools, and plans you need to begin creating. Doc Williams is a brand developer, founder of Brand Factory and maker of Build With Me. Doc is also an entrepreneur who has worked with everyone from ESPN to App Sumo. So, Doc, I will let you take it away. Thanks for coming. And I can't wait to hear your presentation. Doc Williams: Well, thank you so much for having me. I really do appreciate it. I'm so excited. Saw the other presenters earlier today. I'm just so excited to be here. So, I'm gonna get right into it because I'm excited about No Code. I'm gonna be talking about how I can help you. And I have a small presentation, but again, this is about how I can help you. And if you're new to No Code, if you do not know what it is or you've heard the term and you're not so familiar, we gotcha. Don't worry. We got you in this Presentation and we're going to go through this a little bit. We're going to go through this. Okay.This discussion today, we're going to be talking about an Introduction to No Code. Okay. And again, I don't want to talk about myself that much. So, I'm going to go through this very quickly. Just wanted to tell you a little bit about myself. So again, I run a six-figure consulting business and strategy. I also help startups integrate tech, so everything from telling their story to actually building that tech stack. So, I've worked from copywriter front end dev. I've been a CTO a few times. A CIO, blah, blah, blah, blah. All that kind of stuff. So more importantly, I just get to work with some great people. That's what I like doing. So, we're going to have to stop looking at my picture as I'm looking off into the sunset for a moment. We're going to be talking about the world is changing really quick. And Brian was talking about this in the intro to the Summit, and I cannot agree with that more. Right now, we see a huge shift of technology and what's going on in the world. 83.5% of small businesses experienced a negative effect with the COVID pandemic. 72% of the world startups saw that their revenue fell and 56% of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible at least partially with remote work. So, there's a lot of things happening all at the same time. And people are scrambling to come up with new ideas or to test new ideas, lean out their business, and you can be doing all of that by using the power of No Code. And so, we're going to be talking about why you need to be ready for this new age and using No Code as an innovation. So, the first question is before we even get started and how you can be using no code, it's important to understand what No Code is. So, what is it? Let's go with a definition real quick. No Code is a development platform that allows programmers and non-programmers to create apps and programs, using visual tools instead of traditional computer programming languages.Oh, that was a lot. So, the TLDR, what is it? Building visually. So, a lot of times some people are already using no code tools and they did not know that but basically allows you to do things that usually took what programmers were doing, writing code. So here are a few no code services. Now there's a whole other discussion. If you want to know the difference between no code and low code. But here are a few no code services that I use almost daily. So, there's Bubble, Air Table, IFTTT, Elementor, Zapier, Hopin, Repurpose.io. Okay. Those are a lot of different tools. Now what we're going to be talking about, this is the Intro to No Code. So instead of delving into very specific platforms, we can talk about it in the Q and A, and that's not a problem, but instead of just talking about all of these different services, what's really important is looking at areas to disrupt the industry and how it can help you figure out what you want to get done in your business. So, in the chat, please let me know.Yep. Has anyone tried Amazon's HoneyCode? Yes. I did a whole breakdown video on that about three weeks ago as well. Yes. We're going to be talking about a lot of these things. If you're thinking about like seeing the handle, not the tool. Tons of times, if you only think about the tool you're going to see, like, only if it's a hammer, you're just going to see about how you can hit nails. Right? If you've got a Catana, it's the same thing. You're just going to be slicing things up. So, instead of thinking about just the platform, think about the handle. What are you trying to accomplish? And then we can go into the right kind of platform. Now also too, just to let you know, I have a YouTube show called Build With Me.And so, I build three different businesses with one No Code tool every single Wednesday night. And also, I do tech reviews for App Sumo. So right now, I'm up to 453 tech reviews for them. And then, for the show we've done like a hundred episodes. So, we just passed 300 businesses with No Code tools. So, let's get right into it.If you are trying to use no code and you're trying to speed up your design process, no code can be perfect for this. Designing complex websites and applications, it takes a lot of time, but with no code, you can do this really quickly. So again, if you are having a problem and I want it in the chat, if you're dealing with a design problem, you need to mockup things very quickly. We got you. What about another one. Automation. Perhaps you're doing a lot of manual tasks. For example, one of our, one of the clients that we were working with, they were working with a big manufacturer, and they were manually still filling in invoices and filling in all of these different things. Well, we had a No Code tool that automatically you set up the boundaries of reading different boxes. So, when people scan their order and instead of retyping it, taking all that manual work, it just looks at the numbers, looks at the letters, and then it just automatically does everything for you. So, and it already puts it into the system. So again, what tasks are you looking to solve as well?The other one too, is architecture. So, system frameworks. If you're thinking about email marketing, SOPs, lead generation, complex, the complex tasks, we can talk about architecting a way for you to be able to solve those problems as well. That is the three main ways. And really the reason we went through the three ways, and we looked at it this way is actually even older.We talk about, a lot on the program, Leonard DaVinci, and how he broke his style up was he was an artist. He was an engineer. An architect. And that actually forms a really clear line, especially with a lot of no code tools, which bucket you want to be into. We're going to talk about those three. And before we go into it and talk from the chat. Why start now? Because you need to be saving time. You need to make sure that you are getting to your goals. You're being able to adapt and pivot in this time. So, this is the time to start. Now, how can I help? I do courses, consulting, workshops, whatever. I work with all different types of companies. I'm going to be helping you today in answering your questions, but keep in mind if you need help from me later on, go see me on YouTube. Go email me. I'll bring this up. And all of that kind of stuff from building a marketplace in less than 60 minutes, was it two months ago, we built Netflix in an hour and a half. Creating Roku channels for your companies. We just do a lot of different random stuff. Oh, building SOPs for crime scene cleaners, you know, we go on and on.So, let's get right into it. What people are trying to build. Now, let's go through a question. How do I say that first name? Petro Petro. Maybe, maybe if I butchered it, I'm sorry. I want to build a product development and project management system, basically from cradle to grave life cycle management system and seeking a platform to get started.Okay. So that's a really good question. And what I would do with that one before even answering which one to go with, I would say, are you using it for your own team first or are you trying to build it as a Micro SAAS and get other people involved? So, if you're trying to build it internally, I would first talk about, okay, do you already have your SOPs broken out and how you want your workflow before deciding on a platform?And do you want to be building on top of a platform or actually just build it from the bottom up? So, I know that's a lot of different things, but I would go with that detailed first. But I can go through a couple different platforms, how to do that. Once I get the answer or more details, I will swing back around.Lindsay brings out, build a dashboard to show business metrics. So, I've got that one. All right. So let me break out of this. Actually, I was building a dashboard yesterday. So, if you're trying to build a dashboard, let's go through a couple different options. We were doing this with a client with the NBA about three weeks ago. And people were saying, well, where is this fancy system he's going through? It's just all my Twitter thread. So, we could use DataBox or we could use GeckoBoard. Okay. So, let's bring this up. I'm going to bring up Gecko Board. So, who asked this, Lindsay asked talking about, which one, if you're trying to display your data? Even if you're using like Google sheets or whatever, you can be using that. So, DataBox or Gecko. Yeah, depending on exactly the features that you want or how often you want it to be updated or what you want it to be integrated with. But I would go with yeah. Data Box. Gecko Board. Don, I think you're asking rapid prototyping. Own team then Microsoft. Okay. Petro again, let's see my own team and Micro SAAS. Okay. So, you're trying to build out your own team and Micro SAAS. Okay. So, if I was going to do that, it depends if you want to first white label or just pull the API or something like that. But Jumple would probably do that because they're already built to be similar to like Asana or, or a Slack. It's kind of like a mixture of the two it's really focused on agencies, but they do offer you to basically just white label it. And to do custom build outs too.So, they are a marketing team and they're developers. So, they're all in house and a couple months ago, they were talking about having solutions if certain companies want to have their own platform to build it out. That's another option and you can make a Micro SAAS platform pretty easy off them. Their team is in Australia. They're really cool. So, that might be something Jen's asking Twilio. Twilio integration with no code. Yeah. So, tell me more. Yeah, I definitely agree. We've had Twilio integrations. We've had someone build out their, it's for fancy football, but they're adding Twilio with it. So, they're adding actually another filter basically, so they can run their draft on Zoom and then they're using Twilio with it.And then they're transitioning from that to build their own platform for video conferencing. But they're modeling it using Zoom. They're using all the filters and then they're building it totally out with Trello and they're doing it with 70% no code. So let me know if you are what you're looking for with that one.Carlos is talking about what are the risks and downside of using No Code? It kind of depends Carlos of what you're trying to accomplish. A lot of people, sometimes there's a feeling like, oh no codes can do everything. Well, you know, it has limitations, but it depends on what you're trying to do, Carlos. If you're trying to validate, you're going to scale to a certain point, but as long as you know, your limits and where you're trying to go, it can go pretty far.If you're either bootstrapping or if you're VC funded, but you're making it really lean before you get to the next version. I can say that there are very successful apps and very successful businesses, all built on Bubble and No Code. Most people wouldn't know unless you asked them. So, it kind of depends on the capabilities of what you're trying to do.Now on the flip side, someone asked me the other day when we did this breakdown, they're like, well, you showed me how to create Netflix, but I can't add, like, I think they wanted to add like 3000 films. And they didn't want to pay for like a server. I mean we got to be reasonable here, guys. So it depends on what you're trying to create or what you're trying to do. And hopefully that answers. Rebecca says best one that includes document generation. Hmm. I would need to know a little bit more about document generation. What do you mean by that? Good question. Legal documents. Oh, okay. So you're saying creating templates for legal documents or you're doing oh, in Word. So let me ask you this, Rebecca. So, you are a business and you're trying to either sell legal documents, like templates or to interact. I need a little bit more details. I'll, I'll find it in a second. Jason, from Fire Spring is bringing up something. Let me know what's going on with the details. Streamlining the process of creating documents. There are a couple different ones, depending, again, there's a lot. I like Taskly. I see what the logo is, but I don't know how to spell it. There are a couple different ones. I mean, if I'm looking at that, I might even go with Nucey possibly. Streamlining the process of creating a document. That's tough for me because I would want to know, do you have to have input from other people on your team? Is it just for your own workflow? If I was doing something where I'm trying to create documents, I would probably Nucey and again, this is just if I'm trying to go with clients and everything like that, and I want everything where I can have a plug and play, I build out the templates and then everyone on my team can just access and build it out afterwards.Better proposals or Nucey. I would think. Oh, other teammates and or for clients. So, if I'm doing really advanced ones, I'd probably do Better Proposal. I use both. I have more contracts with Nucey. Because it's more based on a one pager. But every single time I use Better Proposal, I always get compliment. How well it looks. I mean, this Better Proposal probably is my bet. Not only that, because you can build your own branding kit too, so everything's on point. And your team can work with it. And then your clients go right with it. Good question. Three must have no code tools. Okay, Susan. I'm glad you asked that question. It really depends. Okay. So, so if I'm trying to build out automation. I'm probably going to go with Zapier. Yeah. We could go with Integromat. And all the other ones, but like, if I'm just going to go with like general automations to save you time, I'm probably going to build out Zapier, probably going to go with that one.And that's if I'm business related. If I'm trying to figure out, just automating my life. And just things that I have to do around the house. I probably go with IFTTT because then it's allowing you to basically create different automations, like a recipe. And it's all based, it's really just really easy stuff. But I feel that Zapier is more leaning towards business.If I'm doing something where I'm just trying to automate my life as much as possible. I'm going to go with IFTTT. If, so yeah, that's where I would start. If for me personally, for my business, the one thing that I use is probably repurposed.io. They don't get talked about enough. Basically, this is when I was working with Vayner Media in the Sasha Group.So, this was broken down where we did a challenge where Gary has about 25 people working for him in building content. So, we built the Gary V Content Model 2.0 using Repurpose. So, with one person and using repurpose.io, we replace 25 people. And the way that you do this is you're plugging this in. You're live streaming. And then you're dropping timestamps and it does it automatically.Or you can set it up and you can distribute your content and it makes all of those pieces for you. So, say for instance, you make a 30-piece, 30-minute live stream. Well, I can make 37 pieces of content with automation right off the bat. So, this pretty much changed my entire workflow. And what used to take like four full-time VAs. Now it takes 20 minutes a week to do all this. And we have a podcast. We have a YouTube channel. We have all of these different outlets, and I don't think repurpose. And he's awesome. That's his company. And they just kill it. They just kill it. So again, I probably, I would spend tons of time if I did not have this.So, Repurpose is definitely up there on it. Let's see. What else do I use a lot? Again, it depends on what you're trying to do with your business, and if you're using it more for content creation or just saving time or money in your business. The other one that I really like, and although you could do it similar to like Typeform or anything like that, you can go with, my favorite is probably Paper Form.And that's because not only does Paper Form have tons of integrations, the automations are just like second to none. So, we actually built a marketplace using Paper Form and a Google Sheet and yeah. Oh it, now, if I was going to build a full, like a full marketplace, which we're getting contracted a lot to do now, I probably use ShareTribe though.I probably use ShareTribe. I pretty much use ShareTribe, maybe, seven times a week, at least. But we've spun up, built out niche marketplaces so quickly. We've built a Ikea marketplace. We've built a marketplace for App Sumo. So yeah, a lot of good stuff. That was a good question, Susan. So, I hate to be that vague, but it kind of depends on what your business strategy is or what you want.If you're trying to go for automation mockups. Oh, now if I'm trying to go up for mockups. And I'm trying to look at the most robust, No Code tool. If I'm using a mock-up, I'd probably use Sketch.com. The reason behind it is it integrates with so many other systems. I can be mapping things out, giving it to my devs.It's not a big deal at all. If I don't have that kind of team and I need to do the animation. And I need it to code in the background, Supernova. People don't talk about enough Supernova. You can build out all your animations. It writes the code. You can send it out. You'll be good to go. Are large corporations using no code or just startups? No large corporations are using it. Depends on how they're using it. Again, I don't want to generalize. I'm sure some don't if you're using Windows, we're going to have to go a different way. Y'all if you use a Mac, keep on going. Yeah. So, Susan was talking about bigger companies. I've seen bigger companies use no code sometimes to use it with smaller teams to build out ideas or build out MVPs very quickly. And then again, bring it back in house and then they'll code. Either way, but I mean, if you look at some of the bigger companies. Again, it depends on what people call no code, because some people call Shopify no code. Some of the biggest e-commerce stores online are Shopify, which would be no code. So, yeah. Good question. Really good session. Again, no code this is really just the introduction to it. There's tons and tons and tons of apps and platforms being made with no code. What I would encourage you to do is write down the functionality in what you're trying to get out of no code, and then decide to use those platforms. Because there's just, it's endless. It really is endless. Susan Stibal: Do you have any final remarks? Doc Williams: Start and just begin and start experimenting and start working on it. And if you don't know how to do it, no code community on Twitter is so vast and there's so many people trying to help. So, reach out to me, reach out to anyone that's an expert in that type of no code platform. They'll be happy to help you. And yeah, just keep building. It will be good times. For More InformationSusan Stibal: Doc, that was terrific. And if you want to see more of Doc, check out his build with me on YouTube. It's very similar to this session. So powerful, so much information that can really change the course of a startup or even intrepreneurs. So, thanks so much, Doc. Doc Williams: Definitely. Thank you so much. Bye bye.Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. 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In this second part of my two-part podcast series on vacant land deals, we're talking about how to price your deals and the tools I like to use. I love using FreedomSoft, especially since it generates documents and contracts. It also triggers workflow automation and helps make following up super easy. Follow-up is the biggest key to success, as so many people just don't do it. Whether you're managing your deals by yourself, or you have a team of VAs helping you, tools like FreedomSoft keep everyone on the same page so you can bring in more money.I also take you through what happens after an offer is accepted and the due diligence process begins. I like to look for several different things. Number one accesses, which could be a deal-killer depending on what your buyers want to use the land for. Number two is the title or owner. We want to make sure we're dealing with an actual owner, who might be dead. You also want to look at whether back taxes are owed on the property. You can still do deals when there are restrictions, but the fewer there are, the easier the deal will be. Finally, we discuss advertising your deals and how to come up with the money you need to buy your properties.What's Inside:—How to price your vacant land.—What to look for during your due diligence process.—Vacant land advertising tips.—Where to get the money to fund your deals.
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