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Best podcasts about wilds

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East Meets West Hunt
Ep. 224: Deer, Bear, and Mushroom Hunting the Pennsylvania Wilds with Allie D'Andrea and Nick Berger

East Meets West Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 132:48


On this episode of the East Meets West Hunt podcast, Beau Martonik is joined by Allie D'Andrea (better known as Outdoors Allie) and her husband, Nick Berger. I've been friends with these two for a while and watched them embrace learning to hunt the big woods of Pennsylvania, which led to a dream season in 2021. We talk about mushroom hunting, a horseback Wyoming elk hunt, creating a living from content creation helping new hunters, archery bear hunting success, and much more. Topics: Mushroom Hunting in the Pennsylvania Wilds A horseback Wyoming elk hunt Creating a living from content creation helping new hunters Learning to hunt the big woods Archery bear hunting success Deer hunt how you want to hunt   Resources: Instagram:   @eastmeetswesthunt @beau.martonik @outdoors_allie   Facebook:    East Meets West Outdoors   https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/   YouTube: Beau Martonik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJon93sYfu9HUMKpCMps3w   Shop new apparel!  https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/shop   Amazon Influencer Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/beau.martonik   Partners: Spartan Forge Forged in combat and tailored for hunters, Spartan Forge stands at the nexus of Machine Learning and White-tailed Deer hunting to deliver truly intuitive and science-based products that save the hunter time spent scouting, planning, and executing their hunts. Check out the Spartan Forge app for deer movement predictions based on millions of data points for your area, as well as incredible GPS mapping! Save 20% with coupon code eastmeetswest at spartanforge.ai www.spartanforge.ai GoWild GoWild is a free social community built by hunters, for hunters. Use the code EASTMEETSWEST to save 10% off of all hunting gear on the website. https://timetogowild.com/share/eastmeetswest Big Truck Farms They embrace the mindset of hard work and the outdoor lifestyle on the farm with an “Earn a Beer” mentality. They support and host archery shoots, donate to veterans, and make damn good beer. Check out Big Truck Farms at btfbeer.com and visit “The Farmhouse” in Parkton, Maryland. btfbeer.com Heather's Choice Healthy, great-tasting, dehydrated meals for the backcountry. Use code eastmeetswest to get free shipping on ALL orders.  http://lddy.no/7og2 Maven Optics Top quality binoculars, spotting scopes and rifle scopes for your hunts from east to west. Use the code eastmeetswest-gift to get a free gift with your next order! https://mavenbuilt.com/ MTN OPS MTN OPS is the leader in providing science based supplements to help you train inside and conquer more outside. Use the code BEAUFREESHIP for free shipping on all orders.  https://glnk.io/mw0/beaumartonik TETHRD The Tethrd Team has created the ultimate tree saddle hunting setup. The Phantom Saddle and Predator Platform system is truly the culmination of ideas & input from thousands of dedicated tree saddle hunting fanatics around the world.  https://tethrdnation.com/

Rusty Needle's Record Club
Seth's Top 30 Albums of 2021

Rusty Needle's Record Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 19:12


Seth recaps his 30 favorite albums of 2021. 30. Fatigue by L'Rain 29. Valentine by Snail Mail 28. The House Is Burning by Isaiah Rashad 27. Actually, You Can by Deerhoof 26. Maquishti by Patricia Brennan 25. Before I Die by Park Hye Jin 24. CARM by CARM 23. Year Of The Spider by Shannon & The Clams 22. La Luz by La Luz 21. I Know I'm Funny haha by Faye Webster 20. Merlynn Belle by Tele Novella 19. OH NO by Xiu Xiu 18. DEACON by serpentwithfeet 17. A Beginner's Mind by Sufjan Stevens & Angelo De Augustine 16. Wilds by Andy Shauf 15. Fading Graffiti by Spencer Krug 14. How Many Times by Esther Rose 13. G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END by Godspeed You! Black Emperor 12. CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST by Tyler, The Creator 11. Body/Dilloway/Head by Body/Dilloway/Head 10. New Long Leg by Dry Cleaning 09. Wink by Chai 08. Cavalcade by black midi 07. Mercy by Natalie Bergman 06. Mod Prog Sic by Black Dice 05. Jubilee by Japanese Breakfast 04. The Apple Drop by Liars 03. Modern Love by various artists 02. Music by Benny Sings 01. Sound Ancestors by Madlib

Sportsday SA - Regional
Sportsday SA (31.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 40:20


KG & Wilds wrap 2021. Joined by the great, Malcolm Blight.

Sportsday SA - Regional
MALCOLM BLIGHT - predictions for 2022 on Sportsday SA (31.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 13:05


Blighty joined KG & Wilds to give his predictions for 2022.

Sportsday SA - Regional
MALCOLM BLIGHT wraps 2021 on Sportsday SA (31.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 14:04


Blighty joined KG & Wilds, casting an eye back on the year that was.

Sportsday SA - Regional
Sportsday SA (30.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 40:12


KG & Wilds were joined by Strikers, Thomas Kelly. Todd Gray gave his tips for Angle Park greyhounds. True or False, A-League update, and plenty more.

Sportsday SA - Regional
THOMAS KELLY on Sportsday SA (30.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 11:30


Strikers, Thomas Kelly joined KG & Wilds ahead of tomorrow's NYE match vs the Thunder.

Sportsday SA - Regional
ADAM COLLINS on Sportsday SA (29.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 11:50


Cricket expert, Adam Collins joined KG & Wilds to wrap the Boxing Day test and chat what's ahead for the Ashes series.

Sportsday SA - Regional
Sportsday SA (29.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 40:12


KG & Wilds recap the Boxing Day test. Joined by cricket expert Adam Collins. Plus, Dan Cherny from Codesports chats the upcoming AFL-W season amid Covid-19 concerns in the Gold Coast camp.

Sportsday SA - Regional
DAN CHERNY on Sportsday SA (29.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 11:08


Dan Cherny from Codesports joined KG & Wilds discussing his article that the Suns AFL-W side is in quarantine, 11 days out from their season start and to preview the upcoming season.

Dans la playlist de France Inter
Andy Shauf est de retour avec un nouvel album "Wilds” plus dépouillé et plus folk que jamais

Dans la playlist de France Inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 4:41


durée : 00:04:41 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - par : Jean-Baptiste AUDIBERT, Thierry Dupin, Muriel Perez, Julien Deflisque - Le chanteur et musicien canadien, conteur d'histoires, héros de la folk, nous offre un sublime 5ème album où il se met à nu pour la première fois

Sportsday SA - Regional
Sportsday SA (24.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 40:16


KG & Wilds gave their Christmas wish-lists for sporting sides in SA. Wrapped the week that was. Joined by former Aussie bowler, Ryan Harris to chat the Boxing Day test. Plus, 36ers star, Isaac Humphries.

Sportsday SA - Regional
ISAAC HUMPHRIES on Sportsday SA (24.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 10:08


36ers star, Isaac Humphries joined KG & Wilds.

Sportsday SA - Regional
RYAN HARRIS on Sportsday SA (24.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 10:54


Former Aussie bowler, Ryan Harris joined KG & Wilds to preview the Boxing Day test.

Sportsday SA - Regional
Sportsday SA (23.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 40:17


KG & Wilds were joined by Striker coach, Dizzy Gillespie, Bowls Australia's Ben Twist & Todd Gray who gave his tips for Angle Park tonight for GRSA.

Sportsday SA - Regional
BEN TWIST on Sportsday SA (23.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 6:42


Ben Twist from Bowls Australia joined KG & Wilds.

Sportsday SA - Regional
JASON 'DIZZY' GILLESPIE on Sportsday SA (23.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 8:36


Strikers coach, Dizzy Gillespie joined KG & Wilds.

Sportsday SA - Regional
STEFAN MAUK on Sportsday SA (22.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 7:54


Reds skipper, Stefan Mauk joined KG & Wilds as the sides forced into a bye due to Covid restrictions imposed on their would be opponent, Perth Glory.

Sportsday SA - Regional
JAMES TSITAS on Sportsday SA (22.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 7:41


Woodville's James Tsitas joined KG & Wilds as he prepares to train with Gold Coast next month in hopes of earning a list spot.

Sportsday SA - Regional
Sportsday SA (22.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 40:21


KG & Wilds were joined by Adelaide United skipper, Stefan Mauk & Woodville's James Tsitas as he prepares to train with Gold Coast next month in hopes of earning a list spot. Wednesday whine, your calls, and plenty more.

Sportsday SA - Regional
MARTIN BLAKE on Sportsday SA (21.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 11:20


Blakey from Golf Australia joined KG & Wilds chatting Tiger Woods' return to televised golf at the weekend

Dans la playlist de France Inter
Andy Shauf est de retour avec un nouvel album "Wilds” plus dépouillé et plus folk que jamais

Dans la playlist de France Inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 5:08


durée : 00:05:08 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - Le chanteur et musicien canadien, conteur d'histoires, héro de la folk, nous offre un sublime 5ème album où il se met à nu pour la première fois.

Le Flash Séries
Le Flash Séries : une saison 3 pour Why Women Kill, la bande-annonce de How I Met Your Father, etc.

Le Flash Séries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021


Why Women Kill aura une saison 3 L'anthologie de Marc Cherry (créateur de Desperate Housewives) gagne une saison 3. Why Women Kill a su charmer son public avec l'univers pop et coloré et son humour noir signature. La première saison dépeignait la vie de trois femmes à des périodes différentes qui habitaient la même maison puis la deuxième était centrée autour d'un couple paraissant anodin mais dont le mari est un serial killer. Qui sait ce que nous réserve la troisième saison et avec quel casting ? Suspicion, la série d'Apple TV+ a une première photo Après Homeland et son adaptation d'Hatufim, voici Suspicion, l'adaptation de False Flag. Présentée au festival Séries Mania il y a plusieurs années, False Flag avait été un succès commercial en Israël. Les voici maintenant aux États-Unis, avec une organisation probablement terroriste qui enlève le fils d'une éminente femme d'affaires. Le cast est mené par Uma Thurman et elle sera accompagnée d'Elizabeth Henstridge (son premier rôle après la fin d'Agents of SHIELD) ou encore de Kunal Nayyar (l'acteur de The Big Bang Theory a des choses à prouver). La saison en 8 épisodes sera disponible dès le 4 février sur Apple TV+. Une quatrième et dernière saison pour Servant La saison 3 n'est pas encore sortie mais c'est d'ores et déjà confirmé, la série horrifique d'Apple TV+ aura une quatrième et dernière saison. Le créateur de la série M. Night Shyamalan l'a annoncé via un tweet qui indiquait que son souhait de base était de raconter Servant en quatre saisons, et c'est ce qu'il va se passer. On dit oui aux vraies fins de séries comme imaginées par leurs créateurs ! https://twitter.com/MNightShyamalan/status/1470760771143421957 Une saison 2 pour CSI: Vegas Le dernier spin-off en date des Experts alias CSI: Vegas aura bien droit à une saison 2. L'acteur iconique William Petersen alias Grissom était présent dans cette première saison mais son contrat indiquait qu'il ne resterait pas plus longtemps. En revanche, toute la nouvelle équipe remballe bien pour la suite. Une bande-annonce pour How I Met Your Father Dans cette première bande-annonce complète de How I Met Your Father, on a enfin un aperçu de Kim Cattrall (qui est donc absente de And Just Like That) en Sophie du futur qui raconte à ses enfants comment elle a rencontré leur père. Retrouvez les tribulations de jeunes trentenaires new-yorkais sur Hulu, probablement bientôt sur Disney+ chez nous. Prenons les paris, est-ce que Hilary Duff va finir avec le personnage de Chris Lowell ? https://youtu.be/XrN4YoKxfdc Pas de saison 2 pour Julie and the Phantoms Petit guilty pleasure divertissant et efficace, le teen show musical Julie and the Phantoms n'aura pas de saison 2 sur Netflix. Kenny Ortega, le producteur exécutif a annoncé la nouvelle aux fans qui étaient dans l'attente d'information depuis plusieurs mois. Adaptée de la série brésilienne du même nom, le rêve de Julie s'arrête là. https://www.instagram.com/p/CXoVrmrhxOd/ Une saison 2 pour Yellowjackets L'une des nouvelles séries de suspense de la saison mélangeant Lost et The Wilds reviendra pour une saison 2. Deux lignes temporelles se déroulent dans la série, l'une dans les années 90 quand un crash d'avion a forcé une équipe de footballeuses lycéennes à vivre pendant 19 mois bloqués dans une forêt, et l'autre dans le présent, avec ces mêmes personnages. Le titre de Showtime Yellowjackets qui débarquera l'an prochain sur Canal+ en France a été encensé par la critique à juste titre. Son casting 5 étoiles (Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci, Melanie Lynskey) avec son histoire qui tient en haleine a su séduire son public et reviendront tous dans une saison 2. https://youtu.be/mX22D65TqAs

BetaSeries La Radio
Le Flash Séries : une saison 3 pour Why Women Kill, la bande-annonce de How I Met Your Father, etc.

BetaSeries La Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021


Why Women Kill aura une saison 3 L'anthologie de Marc Cherry (créateur de Desperate Housewives) gagne une saison 3. Why Women Kill a su charmer son public avec l'univers pop et coloré et son humour noir signature. La première saison dépeignait la vie de trois femmes à des périodes différentes qui habitaient la même maison puis la deuxième était centrée autour d'un couple paraissant anodin mais dont le mari est un serial killer. Qui sait ce que nous réserve la troisième saison et avec quel casting ? Suspicion, la série d'Apple TV+ a une première photo Après Homeland et son adaptation d'Hatufim, voici Suspicion, l'adaptation de False Flag. Présentée au festival Séries Mania il y a plusieurs années, False Flag avait été un succès commercial en Israël. Les voici maintenant aux États-Unis, avec une organisation probablement terroriste qui enlève le fils d'une éminente femme d'affaires. Le cast est mené par Uma Thurman et elle sera accompagnée d'Elizabeth Henstridge (son premier rôle après la fin d'Agents of SHIELD) ou encore de Kunal Nayyar (l'acteur de The Big Bang Theory a des choses à prouver). La saison en 8 épisodes sera disponible dès le 4 février sur Apple TV+. Une quatrième et dernière saison pour Servant La saison 3 n'est pas encore sortie mais c'est d'ores et déjà confirmé, la série horrifique d'Apple TV+ aura une quatrième et dernière saison. Le créateur de la série M. Night Shyamalan l'a annoncé via un tweet qui indiquait que son souhait de base était de raconter Servant en quatre saisons, et c'est ce qu'il va se passer. On dit oui aux vraies fins de séries comme imaginées par leurs créateurs ! https://twitter.com/MNightShyamalan/status/1470760771143421957 Une saison 2 pour CSI: Vegas Le dernier spin-off en date des Experts alias CSI: Vegas aura bien droit à une saison 2. L'acteur iconique William Petersen alias Grissom était présent dans cette première saison mais son contrat indiquait qu'il ne resterait pas plus longtemps. En revanche, toute la nouvelle équipe remballe bien pour la suite. Une bande-annonce pour How I Met Your Father Dans cette première bande-annonce complète de How I Met Your Father, on a enfin un aperçu de Kim Cattrall (qui est donc absente de And Just Like That) en Sophie du futur qui raconte à ses enfants comment elle a rencontré leur père. Retrouvez les tribulations de jeunes trentenaires new-yorkais sur Hulu, probablement bientôt sur Disney+ chez nous. Prenons les paris, est-ce que Hilary Duff va finir avec le personnage de Chris Lowell ? https://youtu.be/XrN4YoKxfdc Pas de saison 2 pour Julie and the Phantoms Petit guilty pleasure divertissant et efficace, le teen show musical Julie and the Phantoms n'aura pas de saison 2 sur Netflix. Kenny Ortega, le producteur exécutif a annoncé la nouvelle aux fans qui étaient dans l'attente d'information depuis plusieurs mois. Adaptée de la série brésilienne du même nom, le rêve de Julie s'arrête là. https://www.instagram.com/p/CXoVrmrhxOd/ Une saison 2 pour Yellowjackets L'une des nouvelles séries de suspense de la saison mélangeant Lost et The Wilds reviendra pour une saison 2. Deux lignes temporelles se déroulent dans la série, l'une dans les années 90 quand un crash d'avion a forcé une équipe de footballeuses lycéennes à vivre pendant 19 mois bloqués dans une forêt, et l'autre dans le présent, avec ces mêmes personnages. Le titre de Showtime Yellowjackets qui débarquera l'an prochain sur Canal+ en France a été encensé par la critique à juste titre. Son casting 5 étoiles (Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci, Melanie Lynskey) avec son histoire qui tient en haleine a su séduire son public et reviendront tous dans une saison 2. https://youtu.be/mX22D65TqAs

Sportsday SA - Regional
Sportsday SA (20.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 40:19


KG & Wilds wrapped a big weekend of sport. Strikers young gun, Thomas Kelly. Cricket expert Bharat Sundaresan.

Sportsday SA - Regional
THOMAS KELLY on Sportsday SA (20.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 7:20


Strikers youngster, Thomas Kelly joined KG & Wilds ahead of tomorrow night's game against the Sixers.

Take Your Shoes Off
David Sullivan TYSO PATREON UNLOCKED

Take Your Shoes Off

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 120:56


A special episode from the TYSO Patreon vault! Earlier this year, David Sullivan (Actor, Acting Coach, and Funniest Friend Of Rick Glassman) dropped by the ‘Balcony Sessions' to help Rick decompress from a long string of episode recordings and his freshly unlocked anxiety. David, a seasoned actor from "Flaked" And Amazon's ”The Wilds," nervously steps into the TYSO podcast world to shine a little light on anxiety, interacting with others and when to move on from embarrassment.  Rick tries to unpack his mini- meltdown during the Taran Killam episode and why he was so stuck on it. They discuss the wild and wonderful way Sullivan made it to Los Angeles, Going to film festivals, winning awards, and meeting Chris D'Elia. Oh and of course … a dance break. For access to exclusive full length episodes, extended endings, zoom sessions with Rick and more, become a patron at www.patreon.com/takeyourshoesoff. RICK GLASSMAN https://www.rickglassman.com https://www.patreon.com/takeyourshoesoff https://www.instagram.com/rickglassman https://discord.gg/Z2v4HTC DAVID SULLIVAN  https://www.instagram.com/davidsullivan/ https://twitter.com/davidsullivan   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sportsday SA - Regional
BHARAT SUNDARESAN on Sportsday SA (16.12.21)

Sportsday SA - Regional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 6:43


KG & Wilds crossed to Adelaide Oval for an update on the second Ashes Test.

Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees
EP81 Ghost Stories for Christmas: Festive spirits haunt the wilds of Wales in these real-life tales of paranormal activity in Cymru on Christmas Eve - Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast

Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 24:30


One of the best Christmas traditions is telling creepy ghost stories by candlelight, but unlike the tales of Charles Dickens and M.R. James, what if these spooky yarns were not works of fiction, but real-life tales of terror? In one tale, a wife heads out into the wilds of Wales one chilly Christmas Eve in search of her missing husband, but finds something far more terrifying. In another, a family ghost appears every festive season with a warning from beyond the grave. But what does it all mean? For all the spooky answers join author Mark Rees (Ghosts of Wales) as he explores these eerie paranormal encounters on  Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast... if you dare!     What is the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees podcast? In early 2020, Mark Rees launched the world's first podcast dedicated to Welsh ghost stories, folklore, myths and legends. By combining his unique research and insights from many books and articles with long-lost tales from dusty old tomes, this weird and wonderful podcast takes a fascinating look at the country's countless curious subjects. New episodes are uploaded every Thursday and feature everything from real-life encounters with pesky poltergeists to fantastical beasts from the Mabinogi, to dark and Gothic Halloween/ Nos Calan Gaeaf traditions to the skulled-headed Christmas favourite herself, the Mari Lwyd. Be sure to subscribe, and for more details and to get in touch with Mark Rees, please visit: Mark Rees homepage Mark Rees on social media Books by Mark Rees Ghosts of Wales podcast

Zed Games
Pokemon in the Wilds

Zed Games

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 0:01


Paul, Hazel and Caroline are in the studio to talk all about those cryptos the kids all love but not before Caroline reviews Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, and Paul gushes over Outer Wilds plus the Echoes of the Eye DLC.

Kreative Kontrol
Ep. #652: Andy Shauf

Kreative Kontrol

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 81:50


Andy Shauf on his latest album Wilds, pandemic tour bus troubles, why he quit drinking, running and wellness, loving your demos, new record updates, other future plans, and more! Photo by Colin Medley. Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow vish online. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dope Interviews
Mack Wilds on manifesting success, his role on Apple TV's Swagger and more

Dope Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 25:05


Mack Wilds breaks down all his recent success as an actor and musician. From Broadway to Swagger on Apple TV to crooning out R&B songs, Wilds is having an amazing year in the entertainment space.Support for Dope Interviews in part comes from MyBookie.AG. Use the promo code DOPE for a bonus on your first deposit. Bet anything, anytime, anywhere with MyBookie and use the promo code: DOPE#Swagger https://tv.apple.com#AppleTV#KevinDurant#MackWilds

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
Finding & Funding Real Estate Deals with Anson Young | EP80

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 36:53


Anson Young is a Real Estate Agent and Investor with Hundreds of Transactions Completed in Each Category of Real Estate. Anson and his team Specialize in Marketing directly to Sellers for Off-market Deals, Using Many of the Methods that can be Found in his Book Finding & Funding Great Deals. When not Working, Anson can be Found Exploring the Wilds of Colorado's Rocky Mountains with his family, Reading Favourite Books to his Son, and Attending Loud Rock Concerts. In this episode we talked about:  • Anson's Bio & Background  • Anson's First Steps in Real Estate Business  • Becoming a Real Estate Agent   • Anson's Main Focus in Real Estate  • Raising capital   • Private Landing  • Sourcing Deals   • Building an Off-Market List  • Prospecting and finding  Opportunities  • Anson's Thoughts on Inflation and Interest Rates  • Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned   Useful links: https://www.instagram.com/younganson/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/c/ansonyoung Transcriptions: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Right? Ladies and gentlemen, my name's Jessica galleon. You're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. Our special guest today is aunts and young Anson is a real estate agent and investor with hundreds of transactions completed in each category, real estate Anson, and his team specialize in marketing directly to sellers for off-market deals, using many methods that can be found in his book, finding and funding great deals when not working ants and can be found exploring the wilds of Colorado with his family and tending loud rock concerts.   And I can see you got a twig behind you there, and son, how you doing?   Anson (54s): I'm good. I'm good. Thanks for having me, Jesse.   Jesse (56s): Yeah, my pleasure having you on, what do you got there? Is that a base? It's hard to tell because   Anson (1m 1s): That one's a five string bass.   Jesse (1m 4s): I like it. Fantastic, man. Well, thanks for coming on. We were just chatting before the show, like a few of the most recent guests you were speaking at BP con this year, what was, what was your topic?   Anson (1m 17s): So my topic this year was finding the deals in any market and it focused on kind of out of state investing or long distance real estate investing, building a team, you know, how basically how to go ahead and find those deals, whether it's networking or off market. And, and yeah, that's seems to be a hot topic. Everybody's market is too expensive. So they're looking at other markets and I figured I'd hit on that since that's what I'm doing too. So   Jesse (1m 47s): Yeah, absolutely. It's certainly topical right now. It's we kind of joke around about the inverse relationship between, you know, the, the lower interest rates are, the cheaper money is the harder it is to find deals.   Anson (1m 59s): Oh yeah, for   Jesse (1m 60s): Sure. So in terms of a little bit of your background for listeners that aren't familiar with you, maybe you could kind of take us back to how you got into real estate. I know you just mentioned on the outset, you're also an agent. Maybe you could take us back to the beginning of how that journey started.   Anson (2m 17s): Yeah, sure. So back in 2003 or so I was working in it, I got laid off like everybody did, it feels like kind of boat, post.com, bubble burst. And so I was just looking around of what to do next. Do I go back into it? Do I double down in that arena or do I do something else? And at the same time, my wife and I were going to move down to Phoenix from Denver to be closer to family, my brother had just moved there.   They were having their first kid. So I was like, you know what? I don't have a corporate job anymore. I could kind of move wherever I want. And right before I left a friend of mine handed me rich dad, poor dad, which is, I think just the basic origin story of all real estate investors these days. But, but literally read that book on the way down to Arizona and changed my entire mindset about what I could do, what I should do and why going back into a corporate environment, probably wasn't the best idea.   And so landed in Phoenix and decided new city, a new me, and kind of jumped in and tried to learn as much as I could about anything that I could about real estate. And at the same time I was bartending. And so nights were spent working and days were spent trying to figure out real estate. So that's kind of a, that's kind of where I got started.   Jesse (3m 48s): That's great. So in terms of kind of getting into that mindset, I mean, not, not a dissimilar from a lot of people that come on the podcast or just talking in general, rich dad, poor dad just seems to be a cornerstone for a lot of, at least the beginning of real estate education, because I think ultimately the quadrants of that book for, you know, for anybody that hasn't read it, you definitely have to go check that book by Robert Kiyosaki. But I think it is ultimately when you get to that fourth quadrant where it's passive or, you know, quotations passive investments, I think real estate is just, it kind of lends itself to that, to that type of investment or that type of income.   Anson (4m 28s): Yeah, absolutely. And I had no idea that any of that existed, I mean, the guy who gave me the book, Paul, we were, I remember talking in this parking lot late at night and, and, and, and I couldn't even wrap my brain around getting a second mortgage. Like you have one mortgage who's going to give you money for a second house. You know, like that, that's how small my mindset was until that book helped me unlock and unpack what's possible.   So it, there's a reason why it's so such an origin story for many of us is because we weren't really taught that. And, and then this, this book just showed us kind of a different way of how things could work. Yeah,   Jesse (5m 10s): Yeah, yeah, absolutely. And it's, it's funny cause you know, that book, it really, it hits people in totally different, different jobs and different times in their life. And it still seems to be one of the ones that keeps coming up. So you, you read rich dad, poor, poor dad, you're you get laid off from your job where once, once that clicks for you and that light bulb goes off, what was, what was your process after that?   Anson (5m 35s): So I'm like, like many people starting off. I had no clue what I was doing. So I basically attended every single meetup that I could find from kind of Rhea meetups, real estate investment associations, to like cashflow one-on-one games. So, you know, tied in with the, the rich poor dad, it's basically a board game that people get together and play that kind of go through the principles of financial freedom and stuff.   And so anywhere that I could latch on to people who were doing real estate, I was there and I, I kind of made that my full-time job of, of doing that I've formed relationships. And in that I just started doing, trying to provide as much value as possible. So I'd go do all kinds of odds and end tasks for them for a couple of investors and a couple of agents. And in return, you know, all I asked for was just information. Like I would go run contracts, you know, for a long time for an agent.   And then I would ask for, Hey, can you teach me how to value properties on ML MLS? And so trying to provide that value first and then asking for something in return later on. And so I, I ran contracts, I punched signs in yards. I knocked on doors for a foreclosure investor. Feel like I did all these different things to try to learn as much as possible. And about after nine months to a year, one of the agents reciprocated with a deal.   And she was like, Hey, one of my clients has a property that they want to sell. I think that it would be great for you guys kind of sent over the numbers, helped me run through it and ended up to be our first deal. And it was a live in flip that we spent the next year fixing up and, and, you know, figuring out what's next. But we, we sold it after a year and ended up moving back to Denver. And so it was perfect timing because that was right at the end of 2005. And I think the Phoenix market crashed the next week.   So, so we got out just in time, but I learned a lot on that first deal and then went ahead and just appended and moved markets, which felt like starting over that's that's, that's kinda how that deal went. So   Jesse (7m 58s): Kind of started on that deal. Similar to a lot of individuals were, I guess, somewhat of a, you know, some people call it house hacking where you were living in at the time, but also renting out a, would that be fair to say it was kind of that, that type of arrangement for the first one?   Anson (8m 13s): No, we did. We did kind of a, it needed a lot of work. And so we just decided to move in and fix it while we were living there. We were fixing up stuff, you know, as time and money permitted and by the end of it, you know, it was fixed up and ready to go. And actually my agent w I, I had sent her an email, you know, we had gone to Vegas for our anniversary decided right then that we were kind of just done with Phoenix.   I sent her an email saying, Hey, I think we're going to sell. And she's like, I'll buy it. Like my parents will buy this. Like, she had very much faith that the market was going to keep and she was a little bit wrong on that, but that's okay. Yeah. So she gave us a really good price on it. We ended up making, I think $60,000 on it after a year, which isn't too bad and, you know, had some money to go back to Denver and continue the journey   Jesse (9m 11s): Right on. So was the journey continuing on that kind of operational level where it was value add deals or did you, did you pivot?   Anson (9m 22s): I think I, yeah, it was definitely a value add deals. When I got back, I felt like it was starting over because I didn't have a lot of real estate contacts I didn't have, I didn't know the market. And so, no, I kind of just went back to basics. I started working with investors and agents. I actually got hired on to a real estate agent team and was doing broker price opinions for banks. And right then I just, I figured out this whole thing of bank owned foreclosures and that this could be, you know, a really big thing.   And so, so from then on, probably for the next two years, pretty much everything that I bought was a bank owned foreclosure. So they were all distressed value, add properties that, that had almost no emotion into them because the banks don't care if you low ball them, they just care if it meets their kind of pricing matrix. So that was a fun time to be in real estate for sure. But I got my license maybe a year after I moved back and just kind of did both. I was an agent investor just kind of juggling both things.   Hm.   Jesse (10m 29s): So in terms of the kind of becoming an agent, because you get lots of people that are like, should I get my license as an investor, if you're going to make that switch, did you find it was something that was kind of critical or a nice to have type of type of thing where you still had to develop relationships with host of different agents?   Anson (10m 50s): Yeah. I found it to be absolutely critical to all the real estate that I was doing. Just, just from a, you know, obviously if I'm buying Oreos and my entire existence of finding deals is on MLS. I don't want to be one step removed from that process. I want to be, you know, like a direct actor in that process. And so right in front of MLS on a daily basis to try to find, you know, the deals that I'm looking for, rather than relying on an agent to send them to me, or, you know, go around the back door and give me their log-in or something like that, I could shoot off offers immediately, you know, set showings, do the things that I needed to do to go lock up these deals.   And so for me, it was absolutely pivotal   Jesse (11m 41s): In terms of kind of where you've developed your business today. So you kind of, you go through this process, there's the light bulb moment. You, you see that it's, there's proof of concept when you, you know, in one year you make 60 grand catch us up to today. What, where are you focusing? Not on, not just from a, from a geographical standpoint, but even from a type of asset or type of real estate that maybe you focus on or areas that you focus on.   Anson (12m 7s): Yeah. So, you know, it's kind of ebbed and flowed over the years between wholesales fix and flip. What I'm pivoting towards this year is more longterm buy and hold properties, single family, a small multifamily, those kinds of properties. And so that's a little bit different for me. I'm, I'm used to doing this transactional turn and burn, and now I'm trying to slow down and think for the longterm so that I can, you know, actually have something to show for my effort rather than just, you know, larger pay check, so to speak.   And so, so Ben pivoting in that direction as, as a business and Ben geographically in three different markets this year, just testing things out and getting the ball rolling on long-term cashflow. So that's kind of where we're at.   Jesse (13m 3s): So answered for the actual capital raising side of the business for you or where you source capital has that changed over the, the last few years? And if so, how, how has that evolved for, for yourself?   Anson (13m 16s): It hasn't changed too much once I kind of discovered private money lending before the sec kind of changed their rules, we would kind of just cold call for private lenders, developed relationships with them, had a good track record over time. And so after a while, you know, we would get referred to their friends who were looking to, you know, make, you know, a 10 to 14% return on their investment. And, and so, so yeah, so it hasn't changed too much because we're still using short-term even on these long-term projects we're using short-term funds to, to acquire them and then refinance it now to a more portfolio or, or bank loan style financing.   So I guess that side's new, but when we go into purchase, we're still using like our same private money lenders. They know that they're going to hang on for, you know, three to six months until we refinance out, but that's not too different from a flip where we would hold onto it for three to six months and they would get paid out at the end of that. So, so the, you know, the initial buy is the same. It's just that long-term piece of now it's going to convert into something long-term. So can you,   Jesse (14m 34s): You talked to, to that a little bit for listeners, you know, for that type of approach where you are, you know, getting short term finance, when you have a project going on and then stabilizing after that, maybe you could to kind of run through how that works. And, and, you know, on top of that private lending, I think is a bit of a black box for a lot of people. So, you know, maybe, maybe get your thoughts on that as well.   Anson (14m 59s): What do you mean by black box?   Jesse (15m 0s): Well, I, I feel that a lot of people that aren't in our industry, they hear private money and it sounds like they're meeting somebody in an alleyway and they're handing them a bag of cash. So I think, I think from like, I think for a lot of people, they don't realize how many private lenders there are out there, how many more options you have than just walking up to the bank that you've known for years, or are you, you know, you know, the brand,   Anson (15m 25s): Right? Yeah. So in, you know, I wish it was like an alleyway with a sack full of cat. That'd be kind of fun actually. But typically private lending is just lending from an individual rather than a bank. And so a sophisticated, private lender will operate somewhat like a bank where they, you know, they kind of vet deals. They've vet you, they vet the process. Some even want like a loan application and stuff. Others are very much more relational.   I mean, your next private lender could be your rich uncle or something who really believes in you and wants you to succeed. So it kinda runs the gamut from usually it's, you know, older people who are using the retirement funds. Some people who came into some money one way or the other, it seems like two or three of my guys who I lend or who I borrow from. They all sold a business in their sixties and now have kind of more money than they know what to do with, they see a return of 12% PR and that's very exciting to them.   And so they will lend that to the right person. And so it's kind of, I wouldn't call it a beginner strategy at all, because usually you have to have a kind of a track record. You have to have a reputation for what you're doing for somebody who just is sitting on, you know, even if it's a million dollars, you know, that's two projects in Denver. And so they, you know, lending out their entire million dollars. It has to be to the right person, the right projects with the right track record so that they are secure that bill, you know, end up getting that back.   And so it's kind of private lending in a nutshell. And to your other question for kind of stabilizing an asset, typically we're, we're purchasing with private money, which is for us, it's a hundred percent loan and fix. And so we're, we're into the deal with no money and we go ahead and we get the property fixed up rented, and our next lender wants to see it for at least three months.   We're, we're, we're collecting rent. Everything is stable. Everything's looking good before we can transition that into kind of a, it's a refinance into either a portfolio or, or a conventional style loan. I prefer portfolio, cause it seems just a little easier, but then they, they close on it and they'll pay off the private lender. And so now instead of owing, you know, this individual money, now we own, now we owe this credit union or this bank money and, and pay them.   And it's a long-term note, whereas our short-term private money lender is only like a six month note. So now we have a 30 year note and a smaller payment, so we can actually cash flow.   Jesse (18m 29s): Nice. Yeah, yeah. Obviously the goal there, if we switched to sourcing deals, like we talked about at the outset, it's a, it's a challenging thing to do right now. So it was topical, I guess, that that was in new Orleans. That was your kind of discussion topic, maybe as a comparison, if, if there has been things that are different than when you were starting out, how you were sourcing deals, then as opposed to strategies you've, you've learned and are using now, how has that evolved?   And, and you know, what, what approach are you using given the fact that it just seems like there is so little supply out there.   Anson (19m 7s): Yeah. That evolution has been pretty huge. So like I S like I said earlier, starting off, we did a lot of, we just bought bank owned, foreclosures right off of MLS. And we got really good at that to the point where we also sold REO, but we would buy from other REO brokers. And so we kind of knew the inside process of how asset managers think what different banks did, what, when they did their price reductions, you know, could we get in one day before a price reduction and then get under that price reduction and lock up a property before everybody else saw it.   We got pretty good at that kind of stuff. Once the foreclosure crisis started resolving itself, bailouts and everything else, there was just less foreclosures coming. And I saw the writing on the wall when, on the REO sourcing side, it's kind of the, you know, the, the, the source of the river started drying up and we were both benefiting from that source of the river plus way downstream, when we would pick up deals. It's like, oh man, I kind of see the writing writing on the wall here.   We're not going to be able to find as many deals as we used to. And so at the same time, we were also doing some short sales and looking around there was still, you know, a huge, you know, huge chunk of people who were underwater on their mortgages. And so we just aggressively attacked short sales that were listed and short sales that weren't listed. So we were just going straight after foreclosures basically. And so for about a year or two, we did mainly short sales. Was it, we got really good at that as well of going from the wild west or short sales to when it kinda got standardized and institutionalized.   We saw, you know, everything in that whole window. And then, and then the same thing happened where I started seeing that the market was rising, the prices were rising and not everybody would be underwater forever. And so what do I do next? And from there, we went off market. We, we, we did a little bit more MLS deals we would find, but those really just started getting few and far between, and we needed a bigger source of deals we were doing mainly wholesaling right then.   And so the better source of deals was just to go directly to the seller. And so ever since probably 2014, 15 up until now has been all off market direct to seller. I haven't bought an MLS deal probably three or four years. They just, I don't know. It's just not, not scary   Jesse (21m 54s): Now. Yeah,   Anson (21m 56s): Exactly. So all, you know, basically all off market right now, just going directly to those sellers and seeing if we can help them.   Jesse (22m 4s): So on that, on that note, in terms of the approach that you use with, you know, is it the, of, in the vein of direct mailers, are you kind of going to the secretary of state? Are you going through different software? How are you, how are you reaching out to those? Those would be sellers.   Anson (22m 22s): Yeah. So our main, our main way to reach out and touch them is direct mail. We have just this year started adding in, or I shouldn't say just this year, it was probably 2019, just started stacking in more ways to reach sellers, kind of this, the same lists and in different ways. So if they did respond to the direct mail, we also called them. We also text them. We also emailed them if we could, you know, find them on Facebook, knock on their door, whatever it took to really get in front of the right sellers.   You know, there was a time where you can just send out postcards and, you know, get a 2% response rate, just pick from the best ones. But that just started kind of getting less and less as there was more competition. So now we're reaching out in multiple ways, but direct mail is still our number one.   Jesse (23m 16s): Yeah. You know, it, it's interesting because it comes, I guess, depending on who the sellers are. Like, for instance, if you, if you're really reaching out to predominantly mom and pop, or like you said, small, multi, multi Juarez, you know, I found that the responses are usually better. However, if there's that one layer of say a corporate structure, LLC, partnership, whatever that is, do you, is that also part of the pool that you reach out to? And I guess from there, if it is, you probably have to do that one extra step of, you know, who's the principal who's, you know, who's the signing officer.   Anson (23m 49s): Yep. Yeah. So in Colorado, our, our secretary of state is pretty transparent. So we can go on and search LLCs and find out who, you know, who's the owner where their register addresses all that stuff. So our, oh, I wish I had the number of, of LLCs that we've mailed to, but I have given that over to a VA to go ahead and look those up and just make sure that we're hitting the right people and getting in front of them instead of just setting, you know, XYZ LLC, you know, it's like Paul Jones or something.   So,   Jesse (24m 25s): Yeah, yeah. In terms of the, so for those that are just kind of getting into real estate in terms of finding off market deals, they're coming into an environment that, you know, we we've seen prior to supply constraints, a different approach. Whereas now, because there's so few real estate opportunities out there properties, they were coming into a market where they probably have to start with direct, direct to seller or trying to find off market deals. How would you go about telling somebody who's getting into the industry? How does start building that list?   Anson (24m 58s): I mean, even today, it sounds very, very old school, but I think that are driving for dollars lists are still some of our Mo you know, highest producing lists. And if you want to keep the cost down and you have more time than you have money, I would say, drive for dollars and then cold column, just, you know, skip, trace them or look them up on white pages.com. Yup. And then, you know, send out phone calls. You'll probably, you know, get 50 to a hundred driving for dollars leads a day.   And then, you know, cold column the same day or the day after you'll, you'll keep yourself busy for sure. But it, you know, bang for buck time for payoff, it's definitely the best use of your time to try to find deals.   Jesse (25m 48s): Yeah. A hundred percent, all it really takes is, you know, you do it for a week. If you can hit one, then you know, there's your, there's your week's work right there. Exactly.   Anson (25m 57s): And pretty good ROI.   Jesse (25m 59s): Yeah. A hundred percent. And in terms of your stock, you know, your stock mailer, is it typically, like you said, you know, Hey, you know, Hey Doug Smith and then w what's the typical pitch that you, that you guys employ.   Anson (26m 14s): Yeah. So we definitely try to speak, you know, the ethos or the, you know, the, the makeup of our direct mail is, you know, handcrafted and handwritten. So we want to make sure that we're, we're talking to them down at like a normal level of like, Hey, we're here to help. So it's like, you know, using names, using addresses, using, you know, subdivisions, if we really want to like, like, Hey, you know, Hey, Jesse, we're, you know, we're wondering if you wanted to sell 1, 2, 3 main street, if you've ever thought about selling hassle-free please give us a call.   You know, we don't have any commissions or inspections or appraisals, you know, call us for a no obligation fair offer. And that that's enough of the core of the message to get across of like, Hey, we're here to help. You know, sometimes we'll add in that we're local, you know, we're, we're, we're definitely, you know, not an eye buyer or somebody who's a Zillow or something coming in that we're here to work with them and we have, you know, multiple ways to help them.   So,   Jesse (27m 28s): Yeah. Fantastic. At the end of the day, it's really just getting that phone call. You're not expecting it to get the sale, which it's nice, but not expecting to get the sale on the first touchpoint.   Anson (27m 37s): Right. Yeah, exactly. It's definitely a long game of multiple touches and, and yeah. Building on each other. So,   Jesse (27m 47s): So handsome, we're in a crazy time right now, recording this, you know, coming into the end of, of 20, 21. I don't think anybody could have predicted the last year and a half. How has your business, or how do you see your business evolving as a result of kind of the environment that we've been in, if at all, and, and maybe just prospectively, where do you see opportunities, you know, coming in the new year?   Anson (28m 15s): Yeah. So we're going to continue doing what we're doing for this year, which is, you know, more out of state looking at a state for markets that are conducive to cash flow. Short term rental opportunities is, is pretty big focus right now as well. And then locally, we've been partnering more with other investors because we've had a lot of time spent on the other side, kind of looking at a state. And, and so, you know, looking forward to next year, you know, I think the market's going to just be doing more of the same, can't foresee anything crazy that's going to happen.   And so, you know, we're just kind of to focus on long-term projects and, and even if we're wrong, you know, we still have, long-term more passive, passive things going, so   Jesse (29m 12s): Right on. All right. And so we ask a four questions, every guest before we wrap up. So before I get there, I'm just curious, I've been trying to, you know, for the last month or two kind of taking a poll of, of different real estate professionals I talked to, and I'm just curious your thoughts on number one, inflation, and number two interest rates. And, and I'm not expecting you to have a crystal ball, but I just, I find it funny because, you know, you have asked people, you get four opinions on these topics, right?   Anson (29m 46s): Yeah. So inflation's obviously going to be an issue. I think that Brian, who's the economist who spoke at BiggerPockets convention, had a lot of really good things to say. And pretty much everything that I would kind of repeat of, you know, inflation's a problem. It's not going to be a problem today or next year, but in the next, you know, four years or so, it will probably pop and become an issue.   And as far as interest rates, it's like, I think that they just voted that they're not, they're not going to change at all. And so as long as interest rates stay down and buying, and money is easy, it's just gonna turn, turn the market and keep it going. So buyers will keep buying. Investors will keep investing money right now is probably the easiest thing to get, whether it's hard money or otherwise, and so easy money, hard deals.   So it's going to probably just keep fueling that and, and yeah, just, it, it's kinda hard to say, but I think Brian had a really good kind of outlook on it where, you know, 20, 24 or 2026 is kind of when things will start changing and creeping up a little bit on, on interest rates. And I, I don't know enough about it to disagree. So   Jesse (31m 13s): Yeah, we had a, we had Brian on the show, you can check that episode out. I think it was in the sixties, but he was, he was great if especially if you, if you geek out on, on economics, that's definitely the one that listened to. I love it. Okay. Sweet. If you're ready, we'll fire off these final four questions to ya.   Anson (31m 32s): All right. I'm ready. Right on.   Jesse (31m 34s): What's something, you know, now in your career Anson, whether that's in real estate or business that you wish you knew when you started out.   Anson (31m 43s): So I kind of, I definitely always traded just short-term money for, you know, not worrying about long-term things and, you know, it's like, oh, you're in your twenties. You know, you don't really care too much about it, but once you get up into your forties and you're kind of still doing the same thing, it's probably not the best idea. And so I would, I would go back and tell myself for sure, just like, Hey, keep like even a third of the amount of houses that you're doing, and then you won't have to work when you're 40.   So   Jesse (32m 17s): There you go. That's a, that's a good point. Okay. In, in terms of, for that person, that's getting into our industry, what do you tell them in terms of your view on mentorship?   Anson (32m 32s): Yeah, that's a really, really good question. I'm a big fan of mentors, whether it's kind of formal mentors and informal mentors, you know, people who were willing to help you up. And I would say, just find somebody who aligns with your values and then see how you can provide value to them so that they can help you get to where you want to go. And then once you're at a place where, you know, a few years along the line, I think that mentorship works both ways where you should have a hand up and a hand down.   So you're, you know, you'll graduate through mentors that you're working with and every step along the way, you should be helping bring people up as well. And that teaches you a lot of things too, as you're teaching and working through things with other investors as well. So you've kind of learned by teaching and then obviously you learn by learning from somebody who's where you want to be.   Jesse (33m 31s): Yeah. That's great. Great answer as well. Okay. In terms of, let's put a pin in rich dad, poor dad. So put that one aside, but what is a book that you find yourself just recommending over and over again?   Anson (33m 45s): Yeah. So my, that is, it was a book that I also give about the most as well. And it's obstacle is the way by Ryan holiday and it's a book on stoicism and it's, it's really helped me in my personal life and also through business as well. And so it's just an, and an outlook on life and on business and situations that I wasn't exposed to until I kind of started getting into it. And that book definitely hammered it home for me.   So   Jesse (34m 19s): That's cool. I don't think we've ever had that book recommended on the show, but I've, I've definitely had people say it's a, it's a killer book. Yep. Okay. Last question. First car, make and model.   Anson (34m 32s): I had a 1979 tan VW rabbit. That is   Jesse (34m 38s): Unreal.   Anson (34m 39s): Two door.   Jesse (34m 40s): Yeah. That's pretty good, man. Like 79. I just looking at you. I would've, I would've assumed it'd be the eighties or nineties, but that's, that's quite the car.   Anson (34m 50s): That's the same year I was born. It just happened to be, my dad's always worked on VWs my whole life. And so my step-mom drove like a Cabriolet and my dad's had like dozens and dozens of bugs and, and yeah, when it came time to me, for me to start driving, you know, he bought this 79 tan rabbit that he's like, this is yours. If you get your grades up. And it took me a little while, but finally got my grades up enough to, to drive it. So   Jesse (35m 20s): I love how they're bringing back the seventies and eighties, the retro stitching for a, for a lot of their, their new models. So it got kind of that vintage look.   Anson (35m 29s): I'd love to see it. I'd love to see a new rabbit. Yeah.   Jesse (35m 32s): Oh yeah. Bring it back. Awesome. All right. Answered for those of you that want to connect or reach out or have any questions. I know you're doing work with bigger pockets. Maybe you could tell, tell listeners where they can go on the Google machine.   Anson (35m 47s): Yeah. If you go to the Google machine and if you want to connect with me bigger pockets, this is probably the easiest way to do it. It's just, if you just search my name on the site, you'll find my, my, my profile. Think I'm the only answer on the young, on there still. So that's good. Yeah. And then yeah, if you want to find me on Instagram at young Anson, and if you want to find me on YouTube, I do do videos for bigger pockets and starting to do more videos for myself as well. And so you can find me there.   Jesse (36m 16s): My guest today has been aunts and young aunts and thanks for being part of working capital.   Anson (36m 21s): Thanks, Jesse. Thanks so much.   Jesse (36m 31s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one. Take care.Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Right? Ladies and gentlemen, my name's Jessica galleon. You're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. Our special guest today is aunts and young Anson is a real estate agent and investor with hundreds of transactions completed in each category, real estate Anson, and his team specialize in marketing directly to sellers for off-market deals, using many methods that can be found in his book, finding and funding great deals when not working ants and can be found exploring the wilds of Colorado with his family and tending loud rock concerts.   And I can see you got a twig behind you there, and son, how you doing?   Anson (54s): I'm good. I'm good. Thanks for having me, Jesse.   Jesse (56s): Yeah, my pleasure having you on, what do you got there? Is that a base? It's hard to tell because   Anson (1m 1s): That one's a five string bass.   Jesse (1m 4s): I like it. Fantastic, man. Well, thanks for coming on. We were just chatting before the show, like a few of the most recent guests you were speaking at BP con this year, what was, what was your topic?   Anson (1m 17s): So my topic this year was finding the deals in any market and it focused on kind of out of state investing or long distance real estate investing, building a team, you know, how basically how to go ahead and find those deals, whether it's networking or off market. And, and yeah, that's seems to be a hot topic. Everybody's market is too expensive. So they're looking at other markets and I figured I'd hit on that since that's what I'm doing too. So   Jesse (1m 47s): Yeah, absolutely. It's certainly topical right now. It's we kind of joke around about the inverse relationship between, you know, the, the lower interest rates are, the cheaper money is the harder it is to find deals.   Anson (1m 59s): Oh yeah, for   Jesse (1m 60s): Sure. So in terms of a little bit of your background for listeners that aren't familiar with you, maybe you could kind of take us back to how you got into real estate. I know you just mentioned on the outset, you're also an agent. Maybe you could take us back to the beginning of how that journey started.   Anson (2m 17s): Yeah, sure. So back in 2003 or so I was working in it, I got laid off like everybody did, it feels like kind of boat, post.com, bubble burst. And so I was just looking around of what to do next. Do I go back into it? Do I double down in that arena or do I do something else? And at the same time, my wife and I were going to move down to Phoenix from Denver to be closer to family, my brother had just moved there.   They were having their first kid. So I was like, you know what? I don't have a corporate job anymore. I could kind of move wherever I want. And right before I left a friend of mine handed me rich dad, poor dad, which is, I think just the basic origin story of all real estate investors these days. But, but literally read that book on the way down to Arizona and changed my entire mindset about what I could do, what I should do and why going back into a corporate environment, probably wasn't the best idea.   And so landed in Phoenix and decided new city, a new me, and kind of jumped in and tried to learn as much as I could about anything that I could about real estate. And at the same time I was bartending. And so nights were spent working and days were spent trying to figure out real estate. So that's kind of a, that's kind of where I got started.   Jesse (3m 48s): That's great. So in terms of kind of getting into that mindset, I mean, not, not a dissimilar from a lot of people that come on the podcast or just talking in general, rich dad, poor dad just seems to be a cornerstone for a lot of, at least the beginning of real estate education, because I think ultimately the quadrants of that book for, you know, for anybody that hasn't read it, you definitely have to go check that book by Robert Kiyosaki. But I think it is ultimately when you get to that fourth quadrant where it's passive or, you know, quotations passive investments, I think real estate is just, it kind of lends itself to that, to that type of investment or that type of income.   Anson (4m 28s): Yeah, absolutely. And I had no idea that any of that existed, I mean, the guy who gave me the book, Paul, we were, I remember talking in this parking lot late at night and, and, and, and I couldn't even wrap my brain around getting a second mortgage. Like you have one mortgage who's going to give you money for a second house. You know, like that, that's how small my mindset was until that book helped me unlock and unpack what's possible.   So it, there's a reason why it's so such an origin story for many of us is because we weren't really taught that. And, and then this, this book just showed us kind of a different way of how things could work. Yeah,   Jesse (5m 10s): Yeah, yeah, absolutely. And it's, it's funny cause you know, that book, it really, it hits people in totally different, different jobs and different times in their life. And it still seems to be one of the ones that keeps coming up. So you, you read rich dad, poor, poor dad, you're you get laid off from your job where once, once that clicks for you and that light bulb goes off, what was, what was your process after that?   Anson (5m 35s): So I'm like, like many people starting off. I had no clue what I was doing. So I basically attended every single meetup that I could find from kind of Rhea meetups, real estate investment associations, to like cashflow one-on-one games. So, you know, tied in with the, the rich poor dad, it's basically a board game that people get together and play that kind of go through the principles of financial freedom and stuff.   And so anywhere that I could latch on to people who were doing real estate, I was there and I, I kind of made that my full-time job of, of doing that I've formed relationships. And in that I just started doing, trying to provide as much value as possible. So I'd go do all kinds of odds and end tasks for them for a couple of investors and a couple of agents. And in return, you know, all I asked for was just information. Like I would go run contracts, you know, for a long time for an agent.   And then I would ask for, Hey, can you teach me how to value properties on ML MLS? And so trying to provide that value first and then asking for something in return later on. And so I, I ran contracts, I punched signs in yards. I knocked on doors for a foreclosure investor. Feel like I did all these different things to try to learn as much as possible. And about after nine months to a year, one of the agents reciprocated with a deal.   And she was like, Hey, one of my clients has a property that they want to sell. I think that it would be great for you guys kind of sent over the numbers, helped me run through it and ended up to be our first deal. And it was a live in flip that we spent the next year fixing up and, and, you know, figuring out what's next. But we, we sold it after a year and ended up moving back to Denver. And so it was perfect timing because that was right at the end of 2005. And I think the Phoenix market crashed the next week.   So, so we got out just in time, but I learned a lot on that first deal and then went ahead and just appended and moved markets, which felt like starting over that's that's, that's kinda how that deal went. So   Jesse (7m 58s): Kind of started on that deal. Similar to a lot of individuals were, I guess, somewhat of a, you know, some people call it house hacking where you were living in at the time, but also renting out a, would that be fair to say it was kind of that, that type of arrangement for the first one?   Anson (8m 13s): No, we did. We did kind of a, it needed a lot of work. And so we just decided to move in and fix it while we were living there. We were fixing up stuff, you know, as time and money permitted and by the end of it, you know, it was fixed up and ready to go. And actually my agent w I, I had sent her an email, you know, we had gone to Vegas for our anniversary decided right then that we were kind of just done with Phoenix.   I sent her an email saying, Hey, I think we're going to sell. And she's like, I'll buy it. Like my parents will buy this. Like, she had very much faith that the market was going to keep and she was a little bit wrong on that, but that's okay. Yeah. So she gave us a really good price on it. We ended up making, I think $60,000 on it after a year, which isn't too bad and, you know, had some money to go back to Denver and continue the journey   Jesse (9m 11s): Right on. So was the journey continuing on that kind of operational level where it was value add deals or did you, did you pivot?   Anson (9m 22s): I think I, yeah, it was definitely a value add deals. When I got back, I felt like it was starting over because I didn't have a lot of real estate contacts I didn't have, I didn't know the market. And so, no, I kind of just went back to basics. I started working with investors and agents. I actually got hired on to a real estate agent team and was doing broker price opinions for banks. And right then I just, I figured out this whole thing of bank owned foreclosures and that this could be, you know, a really big thing.   And so, so from then on, probably for the next two years, pretty much everything that I bought was a bank owned foreclosure. So they were all distressed value, add properties that, that had almost no emotion into them because the banks don't care if you low ball them, they just care if it meets their kind of pricing matrix. So that was a fun time to be in real estate for sure. But I got my license maybe a year after I moved back and just kind of did both. I was an agent investor just kind of juggling both things.   Hm.   Jesse (10m 29s): So in terms of the kind of becoming an agent, because you get lots of people that are like, should I get my license as an investor, if you're going to make that switch, did you find it was something that was kind of critical or a nice to have type of type of thing where you still had to develop relationships with host of different agents?   Anson (10m 50s): Yeah. I found it to be absolutely critical to all the real estate that I was doing. Just, just from a, you know, obviously if I'm buying Oreos and my entire existence of finding deals is on MLS. I don't want to be one step removed from that process. I want to be, you know, like a direct actor in that process. And so right in front of MLS on a daily basis to try to find, you know, the deals that I'm looking for, rather than relying on an agent to send them to me, or, you know, go around the back door and give me their log-in or something like that, I could shoot off offers immediately, you know, set showings, do the things that I needed to do to go lock up these deals.   And so for me, it was absolutely pivotal   Jesse (11m 41s): In terms of kind of where you've developed your business today. So you kind of, you go through this process, there's the light bulb moment. You, you see that it's, there's proof of concept when you, you know, in one year you make 60 grand catch us up to today. What, where are you focusing? Not on, not just from a, from a geographical standpoint, but even from a type of asset or type of real estate that maybe you focus on or areas that you focus on.   Anson (12m 7s): Yeah. So, you know, it's kind of ebbed and flowed over the years between wholesales fix and flip. What I'm pivoting towards this year is more longterm buy and hold properties, single family, a small multifamily, those kinds of properties. And so that's a little bit different for me. I'm, I'm used to doing this transactional turn and burn, and now I'm trying to slow down and think for the longterm so that I can, you know, actually have something to show for my effort rather than just, you know, larger pay check, so to speak.   And so, so Ben pivoting in that direction as, as a business and Ben geographically in three different markets this year, just testing things out and getting the ball rolling on long-term cashflow. So that's kind of where we're at.   Jesse (13m 3s): So answered for the actual capital raising side of the business for you or where you source capital has that changed over the, the last few years? And if so, how, how has that evolved for, for yourself?   Anson (13m 16s): It hasn't changed too much once I kind of discovered private money lending before the sec kind of changed their rules, we would kind of just cold call for private lenders, developed relationships with them, had a good track record over time. And so after a while, you know, we would get referred to their friends who were looking to, you know, make, you know, a 10 to 14% return on their investment. And, and so, so yeah, so it hasn't changed too much because we're still using short-term even on these long-term projects we're using short-term funds to, to acquire them and then refinance it now to a more portfolio or, or bank loan style financing.   So I guess that side's new, but when we go into purchase, we're still using like our same private money lenders. They know that they're going to hang on for, you know, three to six months until we refinance out, but that's not too different from a flip where we would hold onto it for three to six months and they would get paid out at the end of that. So, so the, you know, the initial buy is the same. It's just that long-term piece of now it's going to convert into something long-term. So can you,   Jesse (14m 34s): You talked to, to that a little bit for listeners, you know, for that type of approach where you are, you know, getting short term finance, when you have a project going on and then stabilizing after that, maybe you could to kind of run through how that works. And, and, you know, on top of that private lending, I think is a bit of a black box for a lot of people. So, you know, maybe, maybe get your thoughts on that as well.   Anson (14m 59s): What do you mean by black box?   Jesse (15m 0s): Well, I, I feel that a lot of people that aren't in our industry, they hear private money and it sounds like they're meeting somebody in an alleyway and they're handing them a bag of cash. So I think, I think from like, I think for a lot of people, they don't realize how many private lenders there are out there, how many more options you have than just walking up to the bank that you've known for years, or are you, you know, you know, the brand,   Anson (15m 25s): Right? Yeah. So in, you know, I wish it was like an alleyway with a sack full of cat. That'd be kind of fun actually. But typically private lending is just lending from an individual rather than a bank. And so a sophisticated, private lender will operate somewhat like a bank where they, you know, they kind of vet deals. They've vet you, they vet the process. Some even want like a loan application and stuff. Others are very much more relational.   I mean, your next private lender could be your rich uncle or something who really believes in you and wants you to succeed. So it kinda runs the gamut from usually it's, you know, older people who are using the retirement funds. Some people who came into some money one way or the other, it seems like two or three of my guys who I lend or who I borrow from. They all sold a business in their sixties and now have kind of more money than they know what to do with, they see a return of 12% PR and that's very exciting to them.   And so they will lend that to the right person. And so it's kind of, I wouldn't call it a beginner strategy at all, because usually you have to have a kind of a track record. You have to have a reputation for what you're doing for somebody who just is sitting on, you know, even if it's a million dollars, you know, that's two projects in Denver. And so they, you know, lending out their entire million dollars. It has to be to the right person, the right projects with the right track record so that they are secure that bill, you know, end up getting that back.   And so it's kind of private lending in a nutshell. And to your other question for kind of stabilizing an asset, typically we're, we're purchasing with private money, which is for us, it's a hundred percent loan and fix. And so we're, we're into the deal with no money and we go ahead and we get the property fixed up rented, and our next lender wants to see it for at least three months.   We're, we're, we're collecting rent. Everything is stable. Everything's looking good before we can transition that into kind of a, it's a refinance into either a portfolio or, or a conventional style loan. I prefer portfolio, cause it seems just a little easier, but then they, they close on it and they'll pay off the private lender. And so now instead of owing, you know, this individual money, now we own, now we owe this credit union or this bank money and, and pay them.   And it's a long-term note, whereas our short-term private money lender is only like a six month note. So now we have a 30 year note and a smaller payment, so we can actually cash flow.   Jesse (18m 29s): Nice. Yeah, yeah. Obviously the goal there, if we switched to sourcing deals, like we talked about at the outset, it's a, it's a challenging thing to do right now. So it was topical, I guess, that that was in new Orleans. That was your kind of discussion topic, maybe as a comparison, if, if there has been things that are different than when you were starting out, how you were sourcing deals, then as opposed to strategies you've, you've learned and are using now, how has that evolved?   And, and you know, what, what approach are you using given the fact that it just seems like there is so little supply out there.   Anson (19m 7s): Yeah. That evolution has been pretty huge. So like I S like I said earlier, starting off, we did a lot of, we just bought bank owned, foreclosures right off of MLS. And we got really good at that to the point where we also sold REO, but we would buy from other REO brokers. And so we kind of knew the inside process of how asset managers think what different banks did, what, when they did their price reductions, you know, could we get in one day before a price reduction and then get under that price reduction and lock up a property before everybody else saw it.   We got pretty good at that kind of stuff. Once the foreclosure crisis started resolving itself, bailouts and everything else, there was just less foreclosures coming. And I saw the writing on the wall when, on the REO sourcing side, it's kind of the, you know, the, the, the source of the river started drying up and we were both benefiting from that source of the river plus way downstream, when we would pick up deals. It's like, oh man, I kind of see the writing writing on the wall here.   We're not going to be able to find as many deals as we used to. And so at the same time, we were also doing some short sales and looking around there was still, you know, a huge, you know, huge chunk of people who were underwater on their mortgages. And so we just aggressively attacked short sales that were listed and short sales that weren't listed. So we were just going straight after foreclosures basically. And so for about a year or two, we did mainly short sales. Was it, we got really good at that as well of going from the wild west or short sales to when it kinda got standardized and institutionalized.   We saw, you know, everything in that whole window. And then, and then the same thing happened where I started seeing that the market was rising, the prices were rising and not everybody would be underwater forever. And so what do I do next? And from there, we went off market. We, we, we did a little bit more MLS deals we would find, but those really just started getting few and far between, and we needed a bigger source of deals we were doing mainly wholesaling right then.   And so the better source of deals was just to go directly to the seller. And so ever since probably 2014, 15 up until now has been all off market direct to seller. I haven't bought an MLS deal probably three or four years. They just, I don't know. It's just not, not scary   Jesse (21m 54s): Now. Yeah,   Anson (21m 56s): Exactly. So all, you know, basically all off market right now, just going directly to those sellers and seeing if we can help them.   Jesse (22m 4s): So on that, on that note, in terms of the approach that you use with, you know, is it the, of, in the vein of direct mailers, are you kind of going to the secretary of state? Are you going through different software? How are you, how are you reaching out to those? Those would be sellers.   Anson (22m 22s): Yeah. So our main, our main way to reach out and touch them is direct mail. We have just this year started adding in, or I shouldn't say just this year, it was probably 2019, just started stacking in more ways to reach sellers, kind of this, the same lists and in different ways. So if they did respond to the direct mail, we also called them. We also text them. We also emailed them if we could, you know, find them on Facebook, knock on their door, whatever it took to really get in front of the right sellers.   You know, there was a time where you can just send out postcards and, you know, get a 2% response rate, just pick from the best ones. But that just started kind of getting less and less as there was more competition. So now we're reaching out in multiple ways, but direct mail is still our number one.   Jesse (23m 16s): Yeah. You know, it, it's interesting because it comes, I guess, depending on who the sellers are. Like, for instance, if you, if you're really reaching out to predominantly mom and pop, or like you said, small, multi, multi Juarez, you know, I found that the responses are usually better. However, if there's that one layer of say a corporate structure, LLC, partnership, whatever that is, do you, is that also part of the pool that you reach out to? And I guess from there, if it is, you probably have to do that one extra step of, you know, who's the principal who's, you know, who's the signing officer.   Anson (23m 49s): Yep. Yeah. So in Colorado, our, our secretary of state is pretty transparent. So we can go on and search LLCs and find out who, you know, who's the owner where their register addresses all that stuff. So our, oh, I wish I had the number of, of LLCs that we've mailed to, but I have given that over to a VA to go ahead and look those up and just make sure that we're hitting the right people and getting in front of them instead of just setting, you know, XYZ LLC, you know, it's like Paul Jones or something.   So,   Jesse (24m 25s): Yeah, yeah. In terms of the, so for those that are just kind of getting into real estate in terms of finding off market deals, they're coming into an environment that, you know, we we've seen prior to supply constraints, a different approach. Whereas now, because there's so few real estate opportunities out there properties, they were coming into a market where they probably have to start with direct, direct to seller or trying to find off market deals. How would you go about telling somebody who's getting into the industry? How does start building that list?   Anson (24m 58s): I mean, even today, it sounds very, very old school, but I think that are driving for dollars lists are still some of our Mo you know, highest producing lists. And if you want to keep the cost down and you have more time than you have money, I would say, drive for dollars and then cold column, just, you know, skip, trace them or look them up on white pages.com. Yup. And then, you know, send out phone calls. You'll probably, you know, get 50 to a hundred driving for dollars leads a day.   And then, you know, cold column the same day or the day after you'll, you'll keep yourself busy for sure. But it, you know, bang for buck time for payoff, it's definitely the best use of your time to try to find deals.   Jesse (25m 48s): Yeah. A hundred percent, all it really takes is, you know, you do it for a week. If you can hit one, then you know, there's your, there's your week's work right there. Exactly.   Anson (25m 57s): And pretty good ROI.   Jesse (25m 59s): Yeah. A hundred percent. And in terms of your stock, you know, your stock mailer, is it typically, like you said, you know, Hey, you know, Hey Doug Smith and then w what's the typical pitch that you, that you guys employ.   Anson (26m 14s): Yeah. So we definitely try to speak, you know, the ethos or the, you know, the, the makeup of our direct mail is, you know, handcrafted and handwritten. So we want to make sure that we're, we're talking to them down at like a normal level of like, Hey, we're here to help. So it's like, you know, using names, using addresses, using, you know, subdivisions, if we really want to like, like, Hey, you know, Hey, Jesse, we're, you know, we're wondering if you wanted to sell 1, 2, 3 main street, if you've ever thought about selling hassle-free please give us a call.   You know, we don't have any commissions or inspections or appraisals, you know, call us for a no obligation fair offer. And that that's enough of the core of the message to get across of like, Hey, we're here to help. You know, sometimes we'll add in that we're local, you know, we're, we're, we're definitely, you know, not an eye buyer or somebody who's a Zillow or something coming in that we're here to work with them and we have, you know, multiple ways to help them.   So,   Jesse (27m 28s): Yeah. Fantastic. At the end of the day, it's really just getting that phone call. You're not expecting it to get the sale, which it's nice, but not expecting to get the sale on the first touchpoint.   Anson (27m 37s): Right. Yeah, exactly. It's definitely a long game of multiple touches and, and yeah. Building on each other. So,   Jesse (27m 47s): So handsome, we're in a crazy time right now, recording this, you know, coming into the end of, of 20, 21. I don't think anybody could have predicted the last year and a half. How has your business, or how do you see your business evolving as a result of kind of the environment that we've been in, if at all, and, and maybe just prospectively, where do you see opportunities, you know, coming in the new year?   Anson (28m 15s): Yeah. So we're going to continue doing what we're doing for this year, which is, you know, more out of state looking at a state for markets that are conducive to cash flow. Short term rental opportunities is, is pretty big focus right now as well. And then locally, we've been partnering more with other investors because we've had a lot of time spent on the other side, kind of looking at a state. And, and so, you know, looking forward to next year, you know, I think the market's going to just be doing more of the same, can't foresee anything crazy that's going to happen.   And so, you know, we're just kind of to focus on long-term projects and, and even if we're wrong, you know, we still have, long-term more passive, passive things going, so   Jesse (29m 12s): Right on. All right. And so we ask a four questions, every guest before we wrap up. So before I get there, I'm just curious, I've been trying to, you know, for the last month or two kind of taking a poll of, of different real estate professionals I talked to, and I'm just curious your thoughts on number one, inflation, and number two interest rates. And, and I'm not expecting you to have a crystal ball, but I just, I find it funny because, you know, you have asked people, you get four opinions on these topics, right?   Anson (29m 46s): Yeah. So inflation's obviously going to be an issue. I think that Brian, who's the economist who spoke at BiggerPockets convention, had a lot of really good things to say. And pretty much everything that I would kind of repeat of, you know, inflation's a problem. It's not going to be a problem today or next year, but in the next, you know, four years or so, it will probably pop and become an issue.   And as far as interest rates, it's like, I think that they just voted that they're not, they're not going to change at all. And so as long as interest rates stay down and buying, and money is easy, it's just gonna turn, turn the market and keep it going. So buyers will keep buying. Investors will keep investing money right now is probably the easiest thing to get, whether it's hard money or otherwise, and so easy money, hard deals.   So it's going to probably just keep fueling that and, and yeah, just, it, it's kinda hard to say, but I think Brian had a really good kind of outlook on it where, you know, 20, 24 or 2026 is kind of when things will start changing and creeping up a little bit on, on interest rates. And I, I don't know enough about it to disagree. So   Jesse (31m 13s): Yeah, we had a, we had Brian on the show, you can check that episode out. I think it was in the sixties, but he was, he was great if especially if you, if you geek out on, on economics, that's definitely the one that listened to. I love it. Okay. Sweet. If you're ready, we'll fire off these final four questions to ya.   Anson (31m 32s): All right. I'm ready. Right on.   Jesse (31m 34s): What's something, you know, now in your career Anson, whether that's in

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Tomb of Annihilation - ESPDND: Crystal Coven Chimeras - Episode VII - The Winged Dread

ESP - Eryn Spencer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 178:16


In Episode VII of ESP D&D: Tomb of Annihilation, the Crystal Coven Chimeras reel after their victory aboard the Star Goddess, make new friends... and new love interests, before traversing back into the Jungles of Chult once more. As they enter Ataaz Yklwazi, the Chimeras find themselves caught in a fatal funnel of death as they, and their Dwarven guide Hela, are mercilessly pursued by Tzindelor the Winged Dread - the terrifying Red Queen of the Valley of Dread. Twitter: https://twitter.com/esperynspencer Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/erynspencerproductions Join other Queer/LGBTQIA+ Witches who love D&D on Discord: https://discord.gg/NaZH9jT Watch the Chimeras live @: https://www.twitch.tv/espdnd Music: The Guild of Ambience - Enchanted Lands Vol. I & II Enchanted Lands - Volume 2 (Download MP3 and FLAC available through Gumroad: https://gum.co/OPNhV) Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/guildofambience Soundborne [SBRN] Shepard Risetone - Epic Tension Music https://vk.com/soundborne_sbrn https://soundcloud.com/soundborne_sbrn Sword Coast Soundscapes - Jungles of Chult Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUGy8GD5oY4EX9awX4FSqBw https://swordcoastsoundscapes.bandcamp.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/swordcoastsound https://www.patreon.com/swordcoastsoundscapes Gaby's links: https://twitter.com/gaberuga https://www.patreon.com/Gaberuga Rory's links: https://allmylinks.com/rorybrowndesigns Emma's links: https://twitter.com/ChaoNatura https://www.patreon.com/join/chaonatura El's links: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DesertbrassDesigns?ref=shop_sugg https://www.instagram.com/desertbrass/?hl=en Thumbnail via https://pixabay.com/ ~ Recap: 0:00 Aftermath of the Star Goddess: 05:53 Into the Wilds: 1:18:05 Encroaching Mists: 1:37:33 To the Valley of Dread!: 1:51:51 Red Wings of Death: 2:02:49 Into Darkness: 2:09:55 Break: 2:10:12 Hrakhamar: 2:14:23

Like a Bigfoot
#275: Adam Shoalts 2 -- "The Whisper on the Night Wind", Expedition to the Wilds of Labrador

Like a Bigfoot

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 65:26


This week explorer, adventurer, and author Adam Shoalts sits down to talk about his expedition to the wilds of Labrador in search of a mysterious creature...

Soundcheck
Squealy-Fuzz Pop Band Upper Wilds Throws Down Very Fast Love Songs

Soundcheck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 26:22


Brooklyn trio Upper Wilds features Dan Friel (ex-Parts & Labor) on guitar, vocals, and effects, bassist Jason Binnick, and drummer Jeff Ottenbacher and is really exceptional at making fuzzy-noisy songs with big pop riffs, usually concealed within explosive sonic textures.  They've now released the third in a series of albums about the planets, Venus, and the band is continuing their way further out as they go, planning to release a seven inch when they get to Pluto. Friel confides that he's still learning how to be a singer-songwriter after starting with interesting and possibly noisy textures. He prefers using the open tunings of Glenn Branca, tremolo picking, and effects that can ring and chime forever. Friel says that the lyrics just write themselves, themed around the planet named for the god of love, which also happens to be a “backwards-spinning hellscape that melts every camera we send there…” Hear through the noise to the melodies as Upper Wilds plays very fast love songs from Venus, remotely from their practice space. - Caryn Havlik Set List: “Love Song #5,” “Love Song #3,” “Love Song #1” Watch "Love Song #5": Watch "Love Song #3": Watch "Love Song #1":

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
The Michigan Hockeycast 4.4: The Western Wilds

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 68:15


With David Nasternak and Alex Drain   Segment 1: Stampeded at Yost  00:51 Is this the last of NCHC TV?  Western is good; Michigan defense was not Special Teams were not very special Comeback was not to be Just an all around butt-kicking Segment 2: A win? A tie? Yes. 28:32 What surface was the Saturday game played on? Much better start: BrissonDot and Moyle Rebound The penalty kill...not great results Erik Portillo. Yes. Nick wins the tie

The UncD Fiasco
2/144: Into the Wilds

The UncD Fiasco

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 35:52


Into space with Elon, and Alaska with Alexander Supertramp. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

TALK THIS: It's Dangerous to Podcast Alone
Side-Quest 121. Losing Judgment in the Wilds

TALK THIS: It's Dangerous to Podcast Alone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 65:39


In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss their last six weeks in gaming and get taken in by the bad vibes. Also featuring adult coloring books, tests of patience, and toxic video game relationships.

NBA Straya
Fri Oct 22: Steph WILDS out, Mavs stink & Heat smash the Bucks + Ben Simmons latest & Weekend Preview (Ep 683)

NBA Straya

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 57:59


Steph Curry dropping 25 in the 1st quarter against the Clippers and going off for 45 means the NBA is officially BACK, right? Also, Luka's Mavs stunk it up against Trae and the Hawks, while the Bucks copped it from the Heat... AND of course, the latest on Ben Simmons. PLUS a big weekend ahead, all previewed! SO! All the games from today are wrapped in the NBA STRAYA GAME WRAPS! Plus, THAT'S NOT A KNIFE, OLD MATE NO MATES, SPUD OF THE NIGHT, PANTSING OF THE EVENING and BETTER THAN LONZO BALL! And cos it's Friday, D**khead of the Week! No prizes for guessing who that goes to. PLUS, we've got YEAH NAHs, an UNPOPULAR OPINION OF THE DAY and an OUTBACK TAKEHOUSE... plus the STRAYAN PLAYER WATCH, and a Shane Heal Shooters Shoot Shoot Your Shot Light Em Up Award! And of course... a PICK AND PREVIEW for EVERY SINGLE GAME OVER THE WEEKEND! There's a few absolute rippers in there as well! We close out with a BRAND new JOSH GREENY GREEN'S GREEN THUMB TIPS FOR GREENER LIVING WITH JOSH GREEN! Get RIGHT around it & hope you dig it!

Hallmarkies Podcast
Once Upon an Upside Episode 23: September 2021 Movie Recap

Hallmarkies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 69:30


Today Kari and Kami are back to talk about 4 September movies on UPtv: A Vineyard Romance, Love in Translation, Romance in the Wilds, and Hearts on Fire. This Episodes Hosts: Kari: https://www.instagram.com/hallmark_comics/ Kami: https://twitter.com/kamidramagirl OUAUPSIDE: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/OUAUPSIDE Join us over on Patreon! http://www.pateron.com/hallmarkies Check out our merch: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Send us your feedback at feedback@hallmarkiespodcast.com Or call +1 (801) 855-6407 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Islas de Robinson
Islas de Robinson - "Vestir un corazón" - 18/10/21

Islas de Robinson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 58:52


Esta semana en "Islas de Robinson" volvemos a aterrizar en el presente. Retomamos algunos de nuestros discos favoritos de este 2021 y damos aire a alguna que otra novedad, pero, sobre todo, estrenamos y presentamos la maravillosa "versión náufraga" que Cardelina grababa días atrás para nosotros. El "Back On The Road" del escocés Joe Egan, incluido en su primer disco en solitario ("Out of Nowhere", 1979) tras Stealers Wheel. Una canción favorita de Islas de Robinson -también de Cardelina- a la que la cantautora soriana vuelve a dar vida y nueva magia. Un regalo único, directo a nuestro necesitado corazón y, por supuesto, a nuestro cofre de los tesoros guardado en Bandcamp (https://islasderobinson.bandcamp.com). Suenan: GREAT SILKIE - "NOTHING WILL CHANGE" ("DAWN CHORUS", 2021) / SYLVIE - "ROSALINE" ("SYLVIE", 2021) / ANDY SHAUF - "SPANISH ON THE BEACH" ("WILDS", 2021) / FAYE WEBSTER - "IN A GOOD WAY" ("I KNOW I'M FUNNY HA HA", 2021) / LE REN - "DYAN" ("LEFTOVERS", 2021) / BUCK MEEK - "TWO SAVIORS" ("TWO SAVIORS", 2021) / DAMIEN JURADO - "JENNIFER" ("THE MONSTER WHO HATED PENNSYLVANIA", 2021) / CARDELINA - "BACK ON THE ROAD" (VERSIÓN "NÁUFRAGA" PARA ISLAS DE ROBINSON, 2021) / SHANNON LAY - "A THREAD TO FIND" ("GEST", 2021) / TRÉ BURT - "SOLO" ("YOU, YEAH, YOU", 2021) / BRIGID MAE POWER - "MOTHER IN THE SKY" (SINGLE 2021) / MYRIAM GENDRON - "GO AWAY FROM MY WINDOW" ("MA DÉLIRE: SONGS OF LOVE, LOST & FOUND", 2021) / LEAH SENIOR - "DRESS UP A HEART" ("THE PASSING SCENE", 2020) Escuchar audio

I Like Beer The Podcast
Studio Visit with Stave and Nail Brewing

I Like Beer The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 72:06


Join Jeff and... Joe (that's right, Joe is a host on this one!) as they chat with Justin and Joe Stambaugh from Stave and Nail brewery. It's a long one, but worth it:) You'll be able to discuss Sours and Wilds with the best of them after this one!

The Mushroom Hour Podcast
Ep. 98: Hips & Haws Wildcrafts - Ireland's Wild Mushrooms, Herbal Medicines & Explorations of Amanita muscaria (feat. Courtney Tyler)

The Mushroom Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 82:30


Today on Mushroom Hour we have the privilege of speaking with Courtney Tyler. Courtney is the founder of Hips and Haws Wildcrafts, based in the Wicklow mountains of Ireland. Hips and Haws is a project all about wild food, fermentation, folk herbalism, fungi, foraging and wildcrafting- which is making food or medicine from plants and mushrooms sourced from the wild.  She is a keen forager and spends much time wandering the hedgerows and forests of Ireland, searching for wild edibles to preserve as food or medicine or to add to her collection of fermented food and drinks. She passes her knowledge on through her foraging walks and tours, workshops, crafting and recipes. Her passion, knowledge, and her clarity in explaining and sharing her excitement inspires us to re-kindle our connection to the wild around and within us.   TOPICS COVERED:   Modernity Fatigue, Seeking Connection & Escaping to Nature  Finding Solace in Herbalism & Natural Medicine  Developing a Connection to Ireland in the Wilds of Wicklow   Foraging as a Physical & Spiritual Practice   Forage Seasons in Ireland   Resurgence of Wild Food Appreciation   Forest Composition in Ireland   Sitka Spruce Plantations & Groves of Porcini   Amanita muscaria Culinary & Medicinal Uses   Destigmatizing Amanita muscaria   Woodland Wizard Fergus Drennan   Creative Preparations of Medicinal Plants & Mushrooms   Magic of Koji   Future Vanlife Adventures   EPISODE RESOURCES:   Hips & Haws Website: https://www.hipsandhaws.com/   H&H Wildcrafts IG: https://www.instagram.com/hipsandhawswildcrafts/   H&H Wildcrafts FB: https://www.facebook.com/hipsandhawswildcrafts/   Wicklow County Ireland: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wicklow   Amanita muscaria: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amanita_muscaria   Fomitopsis betulina (Birch Polypore): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fomitopsis_betulina   Inonotus obliquus (Chaga): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inonotus_obliquus   Fergus Drennan: https://www.instagram.com/fergustheforager/   

Indiecast
Let's talk about Nirvana's 'Nevermind' at 30

Indiecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 58:58


Today, September 24th, marks 30 years since Nirvana released Nevermind. In the last three decades, people have already said pretty much everything there is to say about the Washington grunge outfit, but that isn't going to stop Steve and Ian from reminiscing about one of the biggest rock albums of all time on this week's episode of Indiecast. Nevermind is an album that still holds up after thirty years, despite its oversaturation on rock radio and elsewhere. But it's the rare breakthrough album that might have almost become underrated, overshadowed — at least in the critical sphere — by what came next for Nirvana. The band's third album In Utero is now understood as a response to fame, while their Unplugged performance has evolved into a poignant, dramatic artistic statement that holds a whole new weight in the wake of Cobain's death. In this week's Recommendation Corner, Ian is plugging the latest from One Step Closer, a new signing to esteemed indie label Run For Cover Records. Steve wants everyone to check out Wilds, the new LP from Andy Shauf out today.You can submit questions for Steve and Ian at indiecastmailbag@gmail.com, and make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter for all the latest news.

Tailer Trash Fly Fishing
Tailer Trash Fly Fishing - Episode 69 - Oak Hill City Limit

Tailer Trash Fly Fishing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 127:12


We open the show with a backlog of Mail Barge packages, correspondence & a beer review. Fishing reports from the spartina flats of North Florida and Tampa Bay. Preview of the Thingy Before The Dinghy and Dinghy Derby & Poker Run to benefit Marine discovery, including introducing your opportunity to bid on fishing trips with Ben from The Huge Fly Fisherman or Wilds from Drake Boatworks. We round out the show with more packages from the Mail Barge and our typical brand of fly fishing talk and analysis. We hope to see you in person on October 1 & 2, 2021 for Dinghy Derby Weekend shenanigans, its going to be a good time, for a great cause!