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"byerly" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Don't they're going to go back and they're going to try to go back into the business of trying to sell buyer leads and i think if you guys are not Essentially if you haven't been watching this zillow history about the whole ebb and flow of the buying and selling byerly. You gotta realize that does not end. Well they don't seem to have a plan b. of as far as how to raise revenue based on what we've been reading online so they're going to probably have to go back and the only way that they're going to survive is by selling you guys and you know who knows how bad these buyer leads are going to be but selling you. Byerly hoping that you don't know are not experienced enough to know that buying byerly is really the first step along. You know getting out of the business exactly well. Let's listen to our topic du jour the four stages of mastery. So i have a question for you. Do you think that what happened. With the zillow. I- buyer debacle was unconscious incompetence. They just didn't know that it was going to hit the fan at that level. Or do you think it was arrogance. Hubris or just rolling the dice and speculative it was arrogance hubris in ignorance and it was mostly them thinking that they could somehow be as smart as you know all these investors with lifetimes of experience not to mention the real estate industry and that does sound kind of like unconscious incompetence. They don't know what they don't know. They assumed that they knew ray. Perhaps not the nuance the thing. That the reason that real estate in real estate agents will always be necessary and this really is. The bottom line is because a real estate is very complex. And i don't care how streamline you make the process can be very complex you guys know. If you don't know you're gonna learn that. Properties could have significant values difference in value. Just depending on stupid little things that will never show up an algorithm the site. Exactly the side of the street. It's sitting on the direction. It sitting whether or not the breeze catches this way. Whether or not all these little this floorplans slightly obsolete to all these little nuances differences. That you can't just generalize and that's the reason that people will always be using the services of caring kappen an agent and the i do not care if we all sit and start living in some sort of you know virtual facebook created. What are they calling. And i remember. It's called for this new things. This new thing sucker. Berg wants to create right some matrix type situation. They're still going to be people that wanna live someplace to put the little matrix pods so they can have some safe place to enter into the matrix. You know what i'm saying. I mean so the end of the day guys carrying competent schooled agents will always have a place in the industry you will not ever be able to replace real estate agents and the real bottom line reason aside from the nuance. Bits of information is because agent is because consumers are going to want the guidance from somebody who is an expert. And that's the reason these tech companies they all start out with these big lofty consumer facing statements and how they're going to revolutionize the transaction that bs has been going on since the nineties. We're going to dinner agents. we're gonna remove all the slack in the process. We're going to streamline the process and yet consumers don't want it it's not because the tech companies haven't been able to create it because consumers don't want it and now finally..
Is Zillow About The Be YOUR Biggest Competitor
"Three to one. And we're actually. It is january the twenty ninth and we have a podcast today which is discussing bombo bump ball so all the changes that they're doing a lot of chatter online about this. There is a lot of chatter online and We're going to do our best to clarify and go through the specifics of what is happening. Now with zillow and essentially then becoming a national real estate brokerage and being your primary competitor and a lot of your markets and all the little things are going to be a essentially. Try to get in between you and your customers. We've been warning you guys about this forever and here's really the bottom line. If you're one of the agents that's been feeding your competitor is zillow as they've been essentially spending up to become a you know a broker down the street. That's going to try to take your business well in you didn't listen. You kept on spending money with them. Because you were didn't know how to generate your own byerly it's while you're gonna unfortunately probably suffered the worst because what we're saying this again. What we've been telling you guys about for years now is zo. Inevitably was going to get in the brokerage business. They had to continue just show value to their shareholders. There's only so many different parallels they could be getting into in the selling agent space selling agent leads space and of course they're going to get to the brokerage business and when they pivoted aggressively towards the buyer space jillian. I said straight up you past. Podcast there is zero chance. They're not gonna be getting into the real estate brokerage business because we knew and you guys should hopefully know by now that one of the primary benefits of the airspace as it turns off a lot of it creates a lot of Seller leads in those seller leads. Then you run an ad for an eye buyer type situation where seller can wholesaler house or sell it at a discount convenience fee as jillian coined it to sell the house without the normal. You know. let's be honest. Hassles of retailing. A house unless sellers are gonna be willing to do that. They had the cash flow and they can maybe leave a couple twenty grand or thirty grand on the table and not have to deal with all the you know the showings and the conditioning of the house. And all that. Yeah a lot of people are gonna be willing to pay that and you should not be surprised because very rarely despite what you might think very rarely is the most important thing to the seller. The price mo- sellers most everyone you included. Listeners are more focused on essentially stress-free convenience hassle free. And you're gonna be more than willing to pay for that. And that's what these i- buyers represent to consumers but our focus has always been agents brokerage the actual real estate industry boots on the ground entrepreneurs of you folks so we've been warning you that it's inevitable that zillow was going to get into the brokerage business and of course they are now in the brokerage business and they're going to be coming to a hypothetical street corner either real or virtual near you sometime soon. It's going to be called zillow homes. This is not made up. This is not speculative it will be zillow homes right and so what is the advantage that zola has in the marketplace huge advantage. Many places in the country people were often refer to searching for a house on line. they don't even say searching their replaced it with the words zillow ing going to zillow zillow has created a really relatively short period of time a stellar brand and from a consumer perspective their interface. And let's give credit where credit is due. They have become a very very effective company. That's servicing consumers right so the consumer interface on their app and their phone is vastly superior to anything else. That's out there including realtor dot com. And you know we can bemoan history. Oh we want to but the reality of it is that is what it is so now that zillow is officially in the brokerage business. And they're going to be competing with you. I want to be very clear case. We have not been clear about this before one of the main benefits of running an eye by our program from a lead generation perspective is. You're going to get a lot of sellers that would consider the buyer be willing to pay the convenience fee then decide not to decide to retail the house. Now a lot of you are aware again. Hopefully you are aware because you've been listening to us. That zillow is then going to be feeding those resale leads to their in-house agents and then they're going to be listing those resales in some markets. They're still selling those leads to agents at like a ridiculous referral th-they but that's going to be ending soon. So what you're going to be looking at is the sea change in the way essentially zillow interacts with you. Because they're taking the gloves off and you're going to see they've had dig gnarly fists hiding underneath those nice little velvet gloves for over fourteen years now and you've just not even wanted to realize it. Now why did you have realized that you just didn't care because you didn't know of any other way to generate your own business because you didn't know how to generate listing leads zillow's achilles heel has always been that they have to essentially piece the real estate industry because at the time they weren't a real estate brokerage and they had then they had like i think was julie fiber hundred or thousand remember individual relationships with individual brokerages to get their individual listings fees. So zora had to go out to the marketplace and go directly to brokers and sort of bypass the whole system so they can have listings on their site but that was a competitive disadvantage them because realtor dot com always had the newest listings. 'cause realtor dot com obviously was plugged into all the molasses. Guys understand
Can I profit from injury recovery videos on TikTok?
"Hi chris this is derek. And i'm a fitness. Coach has been trying different ideas during the pandemic since my client work is much more limited my latest project to make short instructional videos on injury recovery oppose them on tiktok and instagram and try to bring views to my site. I also like to ask for donations through pay pal the way some influences do wanna muddle the message any tips. Thanks for your help. Hey what's up. Thank you so much really. Admire the vision here. It's also been interesting admirable just to see how many people who are in the fitness role. How they have adjusted in in the pandemic age. I saw all kinds of people trying different stuff last year. And some things work out and some things. Don't just like a lot of stuff in life but as it goes for this idea actually made some detailed notes for myself here because i thought it was interesting. I also think you know just to be transparent as always like. It's no small challenge to do this. Well so i wrote in the description for this episode you know can a fitness coach us tiktok to create instructional videos. Will of course like almost certainly can he make money from such a thing. Maybe that's the key point. I would say if if if you are going to make money with it like. Here's what needs to happen like for this to actually take off whether it is talk. Instagram or something else number one. You know amazing content which is easier said than done of course the quality bar is really high these days which creates a better user experience. It encourages all of us to work harder. But i think especially with tiktok videos because such a younger generations so many millions of users around the world people are growing up doing this natively. You have to have something. That's really really good. Second you need amazing morality or you need something that really spreads right because lots of good content doesn't spread. You need something that is popular right. You need something that is popular that comment worthy that people want to to tell their friends about and of course lots of folks on tiktok to you that really well but it's not something you can just snap your fingers in half so amazing content amazing morality or at least let's say really good variety and then number three and actual monetization plan that connects the free videos. The ones that spread violate with a relevant way to get paid. Any one of these. Three things is hard to do well. But you'll need to do all three okay. And that said it's not impossible like obviously some people are doing this and i find it inspiring myself but even more valuable than whatever they're paid whether it's through those paypal donations or something else is those huge numbers of followers. Some of these people are able to reach it really is just tremendous. It's a whole new world. i would say also a final comment. They're like try to do anything you can to get those followers to connect with you on multiple platforms right so to use the eggs baskets analogy. You wouldn't want all your eggs in the tiktok basket or the instagram basquiat or any other technology platform. And then just briefly on that last point about the actual monetization plan that connects the free videos. That spread byerly. All i mean there is like there has to be some logical extension whether it is like. Hey all this content is free. Click here to donate. That's probably the most basic and easy and obvious when there could be something else as well but you can't approach new technology and new communication networks with old strategies and always expect the same results and the people are successful are often the ones who are able to adapt. So i wish you well derek anybody else out there. Well he's trying this. Let me know how it goes. I would love to get some more lessons to share with the rest of our community.
"byerly" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Call hyper inflation. Which i've not run into a single person who believes that will happen. But and the interim age if you're listening if you're filling in any way pessimistic about your future next three to five years you got to set that aside a little natural scepticism is fine. But you've got to see this as your greatest opportunity of your lifetime. No matter what your age is to put yourself in a position to help you know however many people you allow yourself to help and frankly probably set yourself up for the rest of your life financially. I mean i'd be calling all my past clients going. Hey look at well. Why are we just refi right now. It's not like the questions would wouldn't what wouldn't you be doing right. Yes everything everything everything right and people say well. There's no listings. Well no there are tons of listings and january's about to roll around. Everyone should be looking in their. Mos to see for the first week in january. How many expires there were. There's no expires marketplace. Yes there are go back a year. See how many of those expires. Pop up and start doing some homework and research on this and go after the listings. Just little coaching hat. Just for a second is if you're predicated your financial future working on buyers. You're going to feel like you're in the blender so our strongest advice and gene. You don't have to agree. But become a listing agent. Do whatever it takes to become. The listing agent because listing agents in the future are always have been the whole ball of wax. But now more. So i think and i can't think so look buyers. Great buyers are social experience. Their physical work working with sellers mental work. You have to have a skill set. Get the skill. Set well listings. You control your time. Yeah let's face it you did it but don't you think it's buying buyers. I mean that seems so absent buying byerly team so asinine to me. I just take one listing and you have to beat the buyers off the stick right right. One listing one open houses. And you get all the buyers want yeah exactly and how many of those buyers have houses to sell and now you have some listing leads right it all starts with learning how to be a listing agent. Oh most definitely. The top..
"byerly" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"That's right so let's say that your magic numbers five active listings at all times and you're sitting there with three one of them. You're not sure it's going to sell or not the other two for sure going to sell so. Probably your goal in the next twenty to thirty days should be to find your way to five active listings. Now you would think that you've only got to find too but remember you're gonna sell stuff right and maybe one of them's not going to sell so instead of looking at well i got three i only need to. I will be focused on identifying at least pre-qualifying five new active listings. Now maybe you don't list them. Maybe they're not active until january. I give people break through the holidays but at least be able to identify the listing. So that's a definite listing goal. Next question is a in. I talked about this in premier all the time number of buyers sales and i know this is a frustrating kind of You know super low inventory market for many of you. But how many of you are sitting there with well-qualified super motivated by our clients who are not in contract simply because you haven't been creative enough to find them what they need to buy. This is a quintessential thing in coaching. Right now okay. So i'll give you an example. One of our coaching clients has started watching the back on the market listings on the hot sheet right so she matches those to her frustrated buyers. She's the first one to call a lot of agents blow off that category already. Seen that whatever she calls the listing agent what happened first showing in there doesn't compete so creative strategy in the coaching program. Not the free coaching program in the coaching program. We give west. How many different. Sources of listing leads. We tell them about thirteen ways other than the right so thirteen ways other than them ossified inventory of homes for sale. And i will. I'm reading your notes ahead of you. But the one of the things i would be doing is if you've never learned to be proactively generator. This really is the best time of year to be doing it again for all the reasons for staying because most of your competitors are not going to be working diligently so you can go and you can maybe the two basic things we always teach you to do or the fist bows and the expired. Skus biswas expires. Have what to one thing in common amongst the both of they both have homes. That are absolutely for sale. And i want you to be really really clear. The should go off in your head like a a bell right. So you're about to hear a bell. Some of you spend so much time and money. Trying to figure ways to generate leads byerly. It's primarily where the reality of it is. is there at least thirteen. Different sources of seller. Leads that are available for free. That do require skill.
"byerly" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST
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"byerly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That with London Byerly's they're gonna be open from seven AM to nine PM and they're asking people to allow the time went from eight to nine zero seven eighty M. four GB reserved for people who are at a higher risk so that you know and in the sevens are just doing that seven AM to eight AM and then they're closing at nine because they do the stark it would do I they need to stores need to set the limit so people can't buy six twelve thirty on the bottom of that they're they're limiting all yeah I know target limited toilet paper last week they're gonna limit purchases of hand sanitizer disinfecting wipes bottled water gloves bathroom facial tissue to two per person so that they don't you're not you're not having people being greedy right or she has a lot of the greed is happened so but I think right now with people who have taken it name choose red so there just wanted to let you know because I have talked about this with several people because you know you got a lot of time staying home and is this for you really yeah are we going to have to dance in our living room said yes yeah and I'm just like and this is the new normal first I mean I've never I've never stopped going hard in my entire life I have all day it is firmly rooted with a leg backwards and even though the leg forward is not the same as the like background but anyway no it's weird I don't I never stopped going now Donnie I know the kids right but you don't realize how much of a stop gap children are before you know it it's been eight years since you have gone out on a our buyer Gandhi and George stop gap yeah you know I mean they really you can you beat your **** they weren't you I've been going on for years and so it's not a big thing for me yeah I know this is this is this is like I and and the musicians union I'm just fine for the musicians themselves okay so here's something to know that they're going to do yeah just stop the anxiety like yours your to hand sanitizer Clorox wipes you're gonna be fine for two months yeah exactly I wonder if if they buy so much food and they can't use it in some of it goes bad well what are you that's where the run is on stuff that you don't prepare box food canned yeah that's the kind of stuff and the same the thing with the basic answer I got about the tissue nobody wants to be caught with their pants down another no eight the Buck with right I don't know not using loaded you're limiting like you're watching three sheets yeah not that yeah but I mean but I even with my paper towels like a limited that I'm like I can watch you laugh at my little bit days that.
"byerly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That with London Byerly's they're gonna be open from seven AM to nine PM and they're asking people to allow the time went from eight to nine AM seven ADM for it to be reserved for people who are at a higher risk so that you know and and you seven they're just doing that seven AM to eight AM and then they're closing at night because the deal daily star it would do I they need to stores need to set the limit so people can't buy six twelve three on the bottom of that they're they're limiting all yeah I know target limited toilet paper last week they're gonna limit purchases of hand sanitizer disinfecting wipes bottled water gloves bathroom facial tissue to two per person so that they don't you're not you're not having people being greedy right or she has a lot of the greed is happened so but I think right now with people who have I name choose red so there just wanted to let you know because I have talked about this was several people because you know you got a lot of time staying home and is this for you really I are we going to have to dance in our living room said yes yeah and I'm just like and this is the new normal first I mean I've never I've never stopped going hard in my entire life I all damages firmly rooted with a leg backwards and even though the leg forward is not the same as the like background but anyway no it's weird I don't were worried stop going now Donnie I know the kids right but you don't realize how much of a stop gap children are before you know it it's been eight years since you have gone out on a our buyer Gandhi and George stop gap yeah you know I mean they really you can you beat your **** they weren't you I've been going on for years and so it's not a big thing for me yeah I know this is this is this is like I and and the musicians union I'm just fine for the musicians themselves okay so here's something I didn't know that they're going to do yeah to stop the anxiety like yours your to hand sanitizer Clorox wipes you're gonna be fine for two months yeah exactly I wonder if if they buy so much food and they can't use it in some of it goes bad well what are you that's where the run is on stuff that you don't prepare box food canned yeah that's the kind of stuff and the same thing with the basic cancer I got about the tissue nobody wants to be caught with their pants down another new way to buy with right I don't know if not using loaded you're limiting like you're watching three sheets yeah not that yeah I mean but I mean even with my paper towels like a limited that I'm like I can watch you laugh at my little bit days.
"byerly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Always has fired six consider this home okay so we can the machine they can screw up the whole city the wind of it and talking about Minneapolis because for you young uns out there the Mary Tyler Moore show was sent right here Minneapolis W. J. M. with the TV station so I have another piece of good news not good news but I have a little happy moment what's that I went to it's a once in Byerly's yesterday and I'm specifically pointing them out because they are one of the first to institute this first hour of the business day is is left for the most in need yes ma'am all my neighbors are talking about that people love internet next door that app yeah send their northeast one that's my that's my place that's where I go on my way home in this very nice woman I I I turned the corner going on I'll don I only hear this woman say Jason turn around and I go high and she's keeping you know she's keeping the recommended six feet away which is why immediately processed as considerate but yet sad you know my mind immediately processed of while this is the new normal for awhile now while this is sad wow she's very considerate I processed all that very quickly yeah some people so I get that memo yeah and choose very tender and very sweet Michael hi sweetie and she just said yes hi she was I I I I listen your show and I watch your show and and I just want to say thank you and I said I will no thank you for telling me that she was very she spoke like this she's very sweet and she says you know why she was I have a feeling that we're going to come out of this and it's gonna show us how to be compassionate she's I have a feeling we're gonna come out of this and folks are going to be kind to one another and I have a feeling that we're positive we we are going to be this is going to show us how to value people and how to value time it's just I don't know how long that's gonna last she goes but I think we're going to come out of this sixteen hours way more way more together and I just thought it she smiled and I just thought you know what I'm going to take that I'm gonna take that and I'm gonna let that permeate through my day I'm gonna let that be the theme of the day because I think she's I think she could be right now I don't know how long it'll last you know I always remember the patriotism that we felt when we were teenagers after the first Iraq war I remember you know that Walgreens sold flags little flags and there was a rush of patriotism that we had not felt as far as our generation generation and ginger you know that kind of that that left quickly once the war was over but I I think she's right guys I really do and and maybe I'm naive or being overly optimistic but I have a feeling this is going to rock us there is this isn't a maybe this is gonna rock us to our core it really is it has already it has already and I I would think that we have to hold on to that hope to because otherwise the alternative is just very dismal yeah that's really makes you stressed out lives all over my body she really does you know what during project on a dirty all the onion well it actually I'm not sure if that's what happened because I have him again and I think it's nervous yeah it is but you know I've got situations going on back in Missouri with you know not being able to be around my daughter and the situations that she's in right now and I feel very out of control I can't I can't she's twenty seven so I can't run her life and I cannot call certain people up and tell them when I think of them and tell them what they are you need to do with their lives right I can't get specific but I am I am very worried and I don't know what to do with myself I'm just it takes their positive message here but I think it's good you do have to have that to get better because if you let yourself get so upset you won't sleep in you live hives all over yeah yeah I do did she I just yeah I I I I'm I'm holding on to that and then she really touched me I didn't I didn't get her name but she just the way she looked at me the way she said it with such conviction and she really meant it she was I was on the front lines like health workers to stock on those shelves Yakin in a grocery store issues like I have a feeling she's not right away just people are still being she I think Saddam and stubborn his people are still not realizing how important this is and how serious this is yeah but I think when this you know in two weeks from now when we're likely to get a huge increase in numbers I she goes I think this is just gonna be a huge wake up call you know that we all needed we're gonna have to band together and she says I think we're going to come out of this and she was I don't want to sound overly hallmark party but then I looked at her and I went you know what I said I'm gonna I'm gonna take that I really appreciate you telling me that it changed the trajectory of my day it really did all that's great all day yesterday I rode I rode that wave of positivity and that optimism and I I I projected it to the team at the Jason show the team at the fourth job to dar dealing with her out I just yeah I just I felt it was a nice moment that I think I kinda needed and maybe we all kinda need right now so well yeah I mean just to kind of get back to like just humanity instead of a way to say it but you know I was reading some like home schooling things because it you know just I feel for the families you don't have the kids now it's set figure out you know what to do and know someone just said you know what screw school right now we're just going to be together we're going to spend time and we're just going to try to be done thank you for this right well it just yeah because you know sometimes you can't just go back to life as normal because we're not machines and we have to remember that you know if I go talk to a girl for history was like oh my gosh with this time I'm going to read all these books and I'm gonna finally work on that the plate that I've been wanting to write and all this stuff and I'm like you know what you spend the time you want to but also don't put these expectations on yourself right now when you know sometimes and it's a good distraction for sure I mean I've been coaching like crazy but did just like sit in this for a second and really start thinking about you know what have I been doing what can I do differently but also just being sitting there enjoying your time with your animals with your family and the and then I can be kind of hard to do especially if you know it's not your normal schedules are completely disrupted yeah so anyway I had that absolutely resonates it's really easy to have dark thoughts absolutely much harder it's much harder to me than my skin's all broken yeah yeah to have a little bit of optimism so I did it yesterday yeah it is I really appreciated that lady yesterday it is six forty three when we come back Matt from Casey P. will be here with the latest headlines around the world when we return another Lori and Julia moment this time from Wednesday in the four o'clock hour he'd played boxer Jim.
"byerly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That with London Byerly's they're gonna be open from seven AM to nine PM and they're asking people to allow the time went from eight to nine AM seven eighty M. four GB reserved for people who are at a higher risk so that you know and in the sevens are just doing that seven AM to eight AM and then they're closing at nine because the stock it would do I they need to stores need to set the limit so people can't buy six twelve three on the bottom of that they're they're limiting all yeah I know target limited toilet paper last week they're gonna limit purchases of hand sanitizer disinfecting wipes bottled water gloves bathroom facial tissue to two per person so that they don't you're you're not having people being greedy right or she has a lot of the greed is happened so but I think right now with people who have been gaining choose red so they're just wanted let you know because I have talked about this was several people because you know you got a lot of time staying home and is this for you really yeah I did are we going to have to dance in our living room said yes yeah and I'm just like and this is the new normal first I mean I've never I've never stopped going hard in my entire life I all damages firmly rooted with a leg backwards and even though the leg forward is not the same as the like background but anyway no it's weird I were worried stop going now Donnie I know the kids right but you don't realize how much of a stopgap children are before you know it it's been a year since you've gone out on a our buyer Gandhi and jarred stop gap yeah you know I mean they really are I'm telling you if you beat your **** they weren't you I've been going on for years and so it's not a big thing for me yeah I know this is this is this is like I and and the musicians union I'm just filing for the musicians themselves okay so here's something that I do know that they're going to do yeah to stop the anxiety like yours your to hand sanitizer Clorox wipes you're gonna be fine for two months yeah exactly I wonder if if they buy so much food and they can't use it in some of it goes bad well what are you that's where the run is on stuff that you don't prepare box food canned yeah that's the kind of stuff and the same the thing with the basic cancer I got about the tissue nobody wants to be caught with their pants down another new way to buy with right I don't know if not using loaded you're limiting like you're watching three sheets yeah not that yeah but I mean but I mean even with my paper towels like a limited that then like I can watch you laugh at my little bit days that I have but.
"byerly" Discussed on KCRW
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"I'd go by our house, whatever. So you guys are pretty close on the day today. Yes. Like, I see my mom, literally everyday. Well, that's we that's how fucking that's sweet as L. Yeah. Well, it'll be interesting to see in five years how it goes like Byerly kelce and things like that cool. I can't imagine what. Because my mom. But it seems like you guys have it's like it's kind of like no choice because like literally who else could I trust? But you're right. I mean, I it's hard to get along. Yeah. We yeah. That's like on the topic of trust like everyone like like, Chris Chandler, all these people I grew up with this is great. I like him by the way, I want to put that on the record. Yeah. Yeah. He's really good. And he I've known him since I was like twelve and so like he was actually my first subscriber. So he was number one guy. So. That's another reason why I'd never moved LA. And that's why I also think people will struggle if they try to do what I do because they don't have the loyalty and stuff like like, Jake, Paul constantly getting back. Anyone? He he kind of what he says. Yeah. But there's other people too that are just always. Well, it's rare. I think in general though, it is rare to find a group a tight group dues can work Kamalia sleep together. Like a long period. I mean like sometimes like really late nights stuff like that. But then that's what I would recommend though, if people are trying to do what I do like, you gotta go to your roots. And like Harvey will you know, cause like you're getting a random guy in L A. Like, there's literally like a coin flip that they're just gonna fuck you over one day, God more than a coin flip. Yeah. It's like a rig the dice roll, exactly. So but your nose fortunate enough to have like a good group of friends that live near you, and you can work together. And think you learn when you're hiring as we have over time. There's obviously a lot of techniques to figuring out the right people as why HR such a main big companies have like huge HR resources departments just for vetting people. You know, it is a real skill. It's just different for our industry. 'cause like you could just say one mean thing to them. And then they turn out quit and make video like ruin your career. That's true. So it's like it just gets really messy because everyone can use social media. That's true. So I it's it's a miracle that I've gotten this far without you know. That's why I try to incorporate them in a lot of challenges and stuff like just because they've been awesome. As in one of your big challenge is finding kind of the right people to work with a hundred million percent because it's a lot of time a lot of everything, and it's just like the loyalties huge. I I'd rather Ethan whatever editors he wasn't super passionate about editing. But like each someone I knew like since middle school. So we've like over time he's gotten better, but we had to kind of work with them and trained. Yeah. Exactly. Because I just wanna loyalty I'd rather have a guy I can trust for the next ten years. He's the one that's editing everything no one of them. Yeah. We have like three editing spree. Good. Yeah. Good happy. Well, one thing we do is like I have like they'll edit the video and they're like Chris review, and then Chandler, and then I'll review at the end and make notes and once you do all like five or vision, it's impossible not to be like. You gotta tight operation there. My did. Yeah. I'm lucky. Honestly. I it's it's your lucky, but you're also you are talent your hard work and do your smart, dude. And it's I don't want to. It's it's hard. Because like a lot of people just see where you have now. But like if you saw like the build of it like it was it was hard. It was really rough. 'cause no one's ever really done. What I did. And I had like no money, and like I was just making ship as I went. I was a teenager. And his just like this whole thing is like there's a fifty fifty chance I ran out of money like two years ago. And now this work, you know, so a little bit of luck..
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"Okay. What's happening today? Well, here's a strategy that is relevant to folks, especially now because we've seen some market highs. We just hit a record high here in the S and P what a week or so ago two weeks something like that little while back. Yeah. So, you know, here we go again, it's like the ninety fifth record high in the last eight years, whatever it is. Yeah. Eight years. I don't know couldn't be because we didn't really go back to the high until like two thousand wonder where the s&p recovered, but it took till like what two thousand twelve something like that. I don't remember it took some time. But anyway, we've seen a bunch of record highs over the last five six years recall it. And this means likely that your bucket number three, or your equity portfolio is somewhat higher than you had, you know, maybe count on all those years ago, and it usually maybe looking at this on a year-by-year basis at least when you're quote unquote, prophets even though they're only on paper. Are up. Does it make sense to maybe take some of those profits off the table and save them for when profits aren't so good, professor Plum, this technique called value averaging. And as I said last week when we tease this topic. It goes against instinct human instinct that we have the rational brain says. Yes, you should be doing this. Yes. Yes. Yes. The emotional side, which often takes over investing says why in the world what I ever consider trimming off something that's been growing like a weed over the last seven or eight years what because we want to trim. The weeds back win is the best time to sell something. When you have a very good profit. Now does that mean that it's going to not go up further, and you could have had a better profit? Well, it could keep going up. But it could also go down never again on paper. John talked about paper gains paper gains are wonderful, but they can turn around and go the other way before you lock in the real game. You can't spend paper games. You can't protect paper gates paper gains mean that I bought it at X, and it's currently showing as why which is why being a higher number. But until I actually sell it. I don't know what that why is going to be in the white could be higher or lower tomorrow could be higher or lower next month. So when should we be looking at potentially selling something when we have better than expected profits? Do you think there are people out there? I'm sure you probably have seen although the people you work with you may have dirty discussed this concept of value, averaging for there have to be a lot of people out there who have maybe done this bucket strategy more on their own, and they look and they see that they are. You know, how we see your house rich? They are bucket. Three rich. In other words, it's it's far above where they had intended it to be at this particular point in time. Not intended, but expected we all intend our portfolios to do nothing, but go up and up, and we really hope that they do fifteen to twenty percent a year. But that's not the expectation. The expectation is to hopefully average maybe eight nine ten percent a year on average. That's an average sub years. It'll be higher some years. It'll be lower some weeks things. And it's interesting. The the the mindset the behavioral finance side of this. I was speaking with somebody over the weekend. And one of the biggest issues that a financial planner deals with isn't the the financial side of the house. It's a psychological side of the house and helping people work through themselves, and they Billy we saw people who when the market went down earlier in the year, and we had a high in late January, and then it dropped quite a bit in February. March while they were freaked out. They didn't want to sell anything then because it had dropped. And then when it comes back, and they say well when it gets back. We'll do we'll take some cream off the top even though they were a lot higher than they thought. They were going to be at the time. Now, they don't want to sell because the Marcus back a little bit. Yeah. You don't want to sell when it's down. You know, even though you're a lot higher than you still expect. I was up twenty three percent higher than I thought. I would be now I'm only up seventeen percent higher than I thought I would be. So I got to wait till I get back to the twenty three percent level. Well now that a backup twenty four percent. Why would I sell now? It's a matter of and it's it's in all of us. We all liked the idea the think we're gonna make more money. And if you're twenty five thirty you've got twenty years left to run for the portfolio. This probably doesn't matter in any way, shape or form. You're just gonna keep funding it through your payroll deduction, you're going to keep fighting a Roth IRA's, hopefully, you're just going to keep funding funding Byerly by often by buy low it doesn't matter because you've got twenty years left, and you've got the time rise. But when you're getting closer to the time period where you're going to need the money when you get closer to or are in the retirement sector, you just don't wanna see huge drops. You really love seeing the very large gains. But you hate the drug now remember also though, you may only have a third of your money in the portfolio in the long term growth area, the more volatile areas. But also those volatile areas tend to give you the higher returns. At least. That's the goal, right? That you have to accept that volatility. But volatility goes both ways it can go up. Let's take advantage of that. They can go down. Let's protect against that by having a long enough time. Or is it that we don't need to sell when it's down. Yeah. And that's the other half of this too. Which is when it's down you have to have the emotional fortitude to say, this is a great opportunity. I'm going to take some of this cash, and I'm gonna go put it in to get myself back to where I need to be fair. The idea of value averaging is to first and foremost have a plan because you can't value average. If you don't have a plan because you can't value. I don't know where you were expected to be you have to have an expectation and you have to be exceeding expectations or severely. You have to have a goal of plan a strategy. And the mindset that says this is what I expected. Here's what I'm going to do win something other than the expectation that curse, and it happens all the time.