18 Burst results for "Geary"

"geary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 2 months ago

"geary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sounds like a pretty big admission from somebody who's very high up at Amazon Yeah and he's not the only one who had this concern Now we invited Amazon onto the show but they declined a request as usual and gave us written responses instead And Amazon says quote we strongly reject the assertion that as a business we don't keep track of sensitive data on customers and businesses And these memos are reviewed Amazon says they're just proof that they take security issues seriously Now I should tell you Gary was fired from Amazon but according to him and several people I spoke to it wasn't related to cybersecurity And a lot of the stuff he's saying lines up with the memos and other interviews I had Geary's in charge here right What is he doing to fix this Well Gary said his whole department was underfunded and understaffed He said that to really protect the consumer He needed about a thousand people on his team I only had about a little over 300 people Gary told me it felt like Amazon didn't seem to understand what it really took to keep customer data safe And when he'd asked for more resources to beef up security more often than not he was told no I was lumped into a category We need to lower our overhead costs To make sure our overhead is in growing faster than our profits Now Amazon disputes this They say quote we will never sacrifice security for costs Okay so back to this whole Amazon not knowing where our data is If they don't know where it is how can they protect it Exactly That's the whole problem How can you make sure that the data isn't being stolen or leaked or used in appropriately And that affected security issues that affected privacy issues and you really made the whole problem overwhelming And actually in an email in 2017 one senior Amazon engineer said that when it came to keeping customer data safe it was like a brutal game of whack a mole That's a terrifying metaphor because in the game of whack a mole almost nobody ever gets all the moles Exactly.

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"geary" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

06:24 min | 5 months ago

"geary" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

"Up of red blood cell producing mero as you age. The red marrow gets replaced by yellow fatty marrow or adipose tissue does yellow merrill impacts negatively on your bone tissue and blood cell production. The more yellow meryl. You have the more chance you have of. Developing conditions such as osteoporosis and diabetes people with high fat diets and excess alcohol intake. Show high rates of yellow fatty bone marrow. Jessica does that make sense. So i'm like you. I don't. I'm not a doctor. I've never taken any kind of anatomy and physiology class. But i know when i've looked up. You know my own health things bone marrow always comes up as you know something i can tell you a lot about your health so dear and so as you're saying You're able to just running. Making you feel younger overall is helping you to be able to do more things which is so whether we take our mind to a scientific level. Not you know you're walking straight or potentially you know you're running a little bit faster to be able to keep up with those little burgers. Yeah i call boogers. Let's let's go to the bad answer. Let's go to bed as can run and make you feel younger now. This isn't from the article. This is from me coach right. The one host is host a weekly health connection call with coach and friends. If you subscribe to our monthly accountability program we can help you. We can throw you in to that weekly call where we help you with your mindset. We help you with dietitian. You know Diet tips and strategies and you get to learn from other members who are going through the same journey as you and and maybe you're new to the group is speaking of the accountability program when jessica young signed up. One of the things that she said was. That's marie geary. She's the one that post all the time about her walking streak and the the candy no candy. What what what impressed you about that. Gosh they go on an entire year with no candy. Just impressive. I mean her walking streak too. But i can't imagine an entire year without good. What's interesting jessica. Is that when marie geary was walking. She had a walk street for for six months. Her body didn't change. It wasn't too until the health connection call started happening and i was sharing information from the book. Fast feast repeat that things started to click with her right. And i suggest people do a round of keeping a real process eliminating high inflammatory food groups for thirty days but marie she was like you know. I'm not gonna go that drastic. But i'm gonna go with the no candy thing and it was. It was for her mental health and now all of a sudden she's down sixty five seventy pounds. 'cause he added that to the walking right and so What else what else. You may not have met marie geary in two thousand seventeen or eighteen when she first started but How do you like visualize her. Now you've sat in with some of those health connection calls. What does marie gary bring to the table. Well the first thing that stands out is that every call. I've been on reas walking while she's on the she's an expert multitasker and just shows how committed she is to that walking street But she always has a lot of good information to add and good perspective Yeah you know was beautiful guys You could sign up to that One line accountability program for as little as forty eight dollars a month. And what is good having marie. You know we talked last week She said that she's tried every diet in a boat you know. She spent thousands of dollars on different programs. So i'm just happy to been able to give her the key to finally unlock that fountain of youth that we're talking about right. Walking running you know they they bring the seem anaerobic experience and so therefore the way that you stay younger is the reason why the answer could be. No two can run and make you. Younger is because here's what you can't outrun a bad diet. Many people miscalculate. How many calories burned during a run and therefore they go overeat. Now we're not even gonna talk about running. I took my son to the gym. Once he got he was out of shape and he got on say the elliptical machine. He was on there for about thirty minutes. Burnt three hundred calories and said dad. Can we go to the shake bar and get a protein shake. Yes kinda want gimme chocolate. Peanut butter was like. Yeah all right. Let's get it. i started looking at the calories. It was four hundred and fifty calories for this protein shake is he ever gonna lose weight. Jessica yeah well he. He only burn three hundred calorie. So when you know when we exercise we think that it gives us a get out of jail free card to go eat whatever and so. It was worse when you run and your trainer for a half marathon or marathon. You ran ten miles. And you're like okay. I ran ten miles a day. It's it's sunday everybody's ordering pizza and buffalo wings. I'm gonna go ahead and have two slices three slices of pizza. Because i deserve it. I'm hungry. I buffalo iran ten miles man. Listen to me you can run. You can run ten miles byrne fifteen hundred calories and eat fifteen hundred calories in fifteen minutes going through a drive through at mcdonalds so think about the calories that you take an during football season for example with the pizza buffalo wings and a couple of beers. You're blau in guys you're blowing it and therefore if you are running and it gives you that dopamine to help you with your mental health we can be undoing it and make ourselves old by the food choices that we have and let me. Just tell you. And i'll know if jessica can agree with this and not certain.

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"geary" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"geary" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Couldn't stream it's one way it's it's one way only yeah And by the way the data packets are one hundred ninety two bytes up to one hundred ninety two per packet so it's really a very low bandwith but suitable for us. Yeah yeah various. Companies like bechtel things in their bridges. They put sensors in that when they're walking when they do the bridge walks they can walk over the bridge. Actually bechtel's big in the bay so they walk across the bridge they can tech if there's any cracks or any issues that you're having with the cabling or whatever so yeah. This'll be cool. Because i'm i was just looking at the picture here in and even with like you can tell if you're having some problem in the field you can just send a signal and then someone knows to get there right away and solve it. So yeah it's kind of cool or wrap things up with a happy birthday to the world. Wide web launched thirty years ago august. Sixth the very first website. Ever launched tim burners lee august sixth nineteen ninety one Was actually said. The worldwide web w. Three is a wide area. Hyper linked something or other pretty cool. It's hard to believe this thing. We take completely for granted is only thirty years old. That you know is it was invented before or after a lot of us were born and pretty cool so there is a project to restore that page was launched In two thousand thirteen. A wait a minute then. Pr says here it is you can go there. Let's do it info dot sern dot c. h. browse the first website. That's it it's pretty basic wide area. Hyper media information retrieval initiative aiming to give universal access to a large university documents. Would you have invested money in this. If you'd read that sentence thirty years ago think so stacey find out about swarm. We'll talk again on wednesday on this week in google. We missed you terribly last. Two weeks can't wait to get your back. Stacy's website stacey on. I o t dot com. Subscribe to free newsletter. Check out the events. And of course you gotta listen to the iot podcast. Stacey with kevin toefl waffles. In your future. While something snacky. Because i am hon. Something snacky coming up. It's great to see stacey. Thank you so much for spending your sunday with us. We really appreciate it. Thank thanks your family to for a given you up. I'm coming over for a karen's a. Only geary anytime you say. I'll be there doc. Rock youtube dot com. I'm sorry karen's mom bomb. Yeah this is karen. make it to No i see. She don't have to cook. She has me and her mom so yeah cooking vice love cooking could deal man. You're a catch youtube dot com slash doc rock. Of course he is.

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"geary" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"geary" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Doors and windows are basically the innovative next generation in hybrid feeling technology. It is the best in class. Or accommodating movement, which is A lot of movement occurs around doors and windows because the sun comes out and warms up those materials as you pointed out. Could be metal, aluminum, vinyl and end by night. Those materials begin a contract and that puts a lot of stress on feelings. And Optima is perfect to accommodate that movement. It can accommodate up to 50% expansion and 50% compression. Which is exceptional. This is best in class in the category, And as you pointed out, uh, this ceiling will prevent those things that you mentioned the water intrusion. You have bugs. You have cooled air coming into the house. It's very easy to apply. It's got early moisture resistance, which basically means if you're outside and the weather is not looking too good. In 30 minutes. This can be exposed to rain, and you're good to paint in 30 minutes as well. So it's really an exceptional product. Uh, you good So it is paint a ble correct and it doesn't come in colors or is it just a nibble? It comes in white. It is painful, and it also comes in a crystal clear. All right, All right. How about if you didn't paint it? How's it hold up against the sun? All the peat application to this feeling is exceptional. We've had it tested extensively and put it under some pretty rigorous exterior conditions, and it does very, very well. Wow. Okay. And and that's called optimum because Quincy's lot different talking's. I know about this new hybrid technology. Um it's surpassing even some of the euro things and I can't emphasize how important that is, because as you talked about The expansion and contraction that that's that could be really strong in different areas of the country. Absolutely. And again. This is this is one of the best in class. In terms of that attributes, and all the things you mentioned are spot on, Jerry. You know this. This feeling will prevent those Nasty things from happening. The water intrusion the draft, you know, cracking from son. This is extremely resistant in any UV exposure. So here in an area of the country that gets a lot of fun. This is perfect. You also have a quick dry talking to. I think you can paint it something like 20 minutes. Efforts applied. Tell me about that. You are correct. The three double six quick, dry. And you can be painted in 20 minutes with a brush. Okay. It can also be painted immediately with an airless sprayer. And one of the good things that a lot of pro painters and die wires like about this product. Geary is a thicker formula cock, and that really make things easy for the D I wire to apply because there's not a lot of meth the night full, thick body talk. Guns out more easily. Tools very easily in the cleanup is very simple. Well, so where do you use the quick, dry, pretty much interior and exterior, just extractive. It is an interior and exterior product if used a quite a bit on the inside because people Usually want to hurry up and get a project knocked out If they have company coming over, especially this time of the year Football games are going on and this do you work so fast? You can Crank out a room and find the hit the next football game. So this would be something like if you were doing crown molding just to smooth it out and make it look more finished. They'd be perfect for that, I guess. Yeah, the quick dry we see a lot of people using the quick, dry for around baseboards and inside around door trims theocracy miscue that we mentioned just a few minutes ago. Would be exceptional for Crown molding. We get a lot of movement, Okay? Sure. Trust lift and things like that exactly exactly. And is three double six. Quick dry has a green guard gold indoor air quality certification. Basically what that means is that independent lab tested to make sure It is acceptable for like sensitive indoor environments like schools or health care facilities and what the weather changing the way it is, in a lot of us spending more time indoors. Indoor air quality is exceptionally important, and quite.

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"geary" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"geary" Discussed on KGO 810

"We've got stories from the sky coming up after the Ron owns report, and there's some news. There were also if there's time Will debut a new segment called TV Evangelist with Was It called Albert Again? TV Event Event? TV Evangelist Theater. Nice. That's it. Yeah, exactly. TV evangelist theaters. Thank you Don't know what I couldn't say it. But anyway yes, I'm very unhappy that everything I've heard today on your show that there may be exhibit a there. There was a big heist. That's right. You know, I like a caper. I like you know the situations where they're staking it out, and they see that the security changes hands at 2 A.m., and they pull up. They noticed that there's a blind spot in the secure. That's my kind of caper. You know, um Don't like the where anybody gets hurt. I don't like this The crash and grab stuff. I just just it's low rent. We deserve better in San Francisco. Come on, come up with a caper Thieves Raid the IV Saleh Wrong Union Square store. $54,000 in persons walk out the door. Gosh! They threw the security guard of the floor they made off with $54,000 worth of high end purses. It was the Geary Street stores, third grab and run robbery and four weeks I was in the store room when I heard the commotion, the manager said. Five people had come to the door. It was over in 90 seconds. The hit occurred shortly after 5 P.m. on Monday. According to the cops, the Security Guard got into a physical struggle with multiple suspects that physically subdued and injured the guard. While the guard was held additional suspects, grab store merchandise and exited the store and they jumped into a waiting car and fled. For a quick getaway. This is the thing about there not being a lot of traffic in the city. If you come into the city, you'll see it's not like they used to be. You couldn't I mean you couldn't exit Geary? From them. He still around store and get anywhere bread. You could have gotten 40 ft. He would been gridlock. But now there's nobody on the street. I mean, not literally nobody, but they got it. They could, they could beat their getaway much easier in this traffic. That's true, But apparently these things were going on before the pandemic. Unfortunately, I don't know what's going on. I know one thing. Then they work. People will walk over each other for those bags, you two get on waiting list to get some of these IV stand around bags, so I don't know. Um,.

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National Mole Day with Andrew Geary

Podcast Gumbo

03:30 min | 1 year ago

National Mole Day with Andrew Geary

"Hi Paul this is Andrew in today is National Day. Now my first thought this day is in honor of Pucks Itani Phil, but then are moles and ground hogs, the same underground inhabitant. Or could it be honoring one of the greatest land air battles of all time went to bias the mole attack tiny town in Rocketeer George Michael saved the day on arrested development. Now. I know Netflix puts it Tada on everything but did they also put their stamp on National Day? I look forward to you sending me straight Paul. I Fan true according to the Internet malls in groundhogs are often lumped together in discussions regarding wildlife problems that result in turn up damaged landscaping. This is because they both utilized tunnel systems and caused damage to plants, roots, and beautiful lawns but that is where the similarity ends, but I severely digress. Today. October twenty third is national. Mall Day which has nothing to do with furry creatures. Today's all about chemistry specifically avocados number, which is the number of particles in one mole of substance the numbers approximately six point zero, two times ten to the twenty third. Get it ten, twenty, three. If you WANNA learn how to celebrate this day. Look no further than the lab out loud podcast were in one episode they discuss mold day and how they have celebrated it. You could also research Amadeo Gaudreau and put out a social media post using the National Mall. Day, Hashtag. My guest today is Andrew. Geary. Andrew is the host of the seismic sound all podcast now prepare yourself for a second seismic sound off episodes our in depth conversations in applied geophysics intimidated yet. Luckily, for you, I asked Andrew. Where someone like me who try to cheat his way through high school science classes could start. He wrote back the following and I quote our episodes tend to range from various associations, specific highlighting our annual conference to broad scientific subjects, addressing racism and geosciences. But the best place generally to start is our episodes focused on humanitarian projects we manage here is one looking at building a canal Peru that's a good start. Unquote. For Third Recommendation Andrew Sticks with science and recommends an episode from the Your Day podcast called what whales on nine eleven. While many of us reeling from the terrorist attacks in the United States something very unique was happening underwater. For today's extra all's I'll let you decide if you would prefer watching Netflix's with Andrew or May. We, have had A. Exchange about the German show dark. I loved it but punted few episodes into season three because it was just too confusing. Andrew has tried to me to keep going but remember his brain works a lot better than mine. But one thing should be said, it seems we both are big fans of the blue family. Come back on October thirtieth for maybe one of the most divisive pieces of candy ever.

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"geary" Discussed on What's the Secret?

What's the Secret?

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"geary" Discussed on What's the Secret?

"I'll say one thing for the listeners. Like if you have a picked up Confessions of a persuasion Hitman, you should definitely do that. So I and I just read this cover to cover yesterday. So I've had it off my nightstand I or I ordered it I had setting on my night scene was like I gotta read that before I do the interview and then it was like all sudden. I was like, holy crap. It's Sunday and but it's like I mean, it's just like super great. Like there's so many things in here that I was just like nodding, you know, nodding my head someone who's done product launches has been able to sell a few things online. It's like I mean a story about the lemonade stand you have me well the lemonade stand made me jealous because first I thought I don't have any stories from my childhood. Like that was not me as a child. Like I was not the entrepreneurial like let's just start a business type of a kid, right? And so at first I was jealous like God so sucks. I don't have any stories like this and then I started thinking about dead. You know being a like the thing I did when I was younger was like I got interested in a subject and I just went relentlessly as deep as I could in that subject and you know thought allow me to do like I learned a lot of the same lessons like the not trading time for money because as a magician, I realized I could go to a 30 minute show I could make like 250 bucks off of my friends were poking away for you know, five bucks an hour at a job. It was like this is the life I want right and so I think that's the just that story the lemonade stand. I mean all the things you have in near the 13 rules and all that stuff are really great. So I encourage anybody to to pick this book up. Thanks been. Yeah, and it's cool that you read it in a day to I get that a lot as people read it off and it's thin, you know, it's like a the way that we printed it's a thin book so people travel with it and they'll read it on planes. And one of my greatest on is Mike Geary who you know, he's been on news on Tim Ferriss is dead. Interviewed by him way back before we even had the podcast and he does, you know, he's sold God knows how much and health space and he's become a close friend of mine now, but he said he doesn't he doesn't remote a lot and so getting him to laugh when I'm in person always makes me happy cuz you know as a as a comedian you get to the point where it making people ask that off easy to make laugh is great. But making people laugh that don't laugh easily that's even better and so like ironically I was my girlfriend doesn't she she you know, she doesn't find me particularly funny. She really likes may end up actually, but she laughs at my stuff less than any other person and of course, who would I choose to date but the one person who's.

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"geary" Discussed on Vamily Show

Vamily Show

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"geary" Discussed on Vamily Show

"WHAT'S UP BOB? You Buddy Geary from daydream about nice thing. They man, you got a good podcast, the Rock and over here and I just wanted to come by and tell you thank you on behalf of a daydream about nice things and the crew at the morning show for hooking up with the podcast. The platform you said, it'd be easy to hook up and setup up and I really didn't believe because I'm not a tech guy. Hard for me when it comes to technology but while how he was I, want to thank you again for hooking up with this This awesome setup and can't wait to follow on weekend run side by side during our podcast yet. So good luck on your podcast. Brother were love you man for all your help? Hello, everybody. Welcome to the show season two episode twenty, nine today with have. Sabrina. Oso. And your.

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"geary" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"geary" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"No being your own bank and with great power. As Spider Man says With great power comes great responsibility. Actually, both hair said that, but I always I always like to give that to Spider Man. So being your bank and not depending on another bank is is a great power. But You have to be very responsible because people want your money. People will rob your bank. People would try to steal your Bitcoin and we'll go over that on a future episode about people trying to steal your Bitcoin. What Bitcoin is not going to be stolen unless you just mess up and we're trying to help you in that on future episodes for sure, Remember, please. Send me your questions. I know you're gonna have some after watching this, Senator Geary Leland at gmail dot com and I will try to answer as many of those as I can remember. He sent me a question. I'm going to say your names. Don't send me a question. I'm going to say this question is from Joe. So don't send me a question. If you don't want your name being said on the air, giving you fair warning Now, now we're going to come back in a few minutes after a little break here close out to show you a few things I want to go over with. And also I want a one more time. Tell you about my conference. Bit flock. Boom. If you're interested in fit coin, check out bit block boom dot com. This is an in person conference in August and have people coming from all over the world. We have speakers from Australia. People from all over the world coming. This is going to be a great conference. Down here in Texas, and we're gonna blast us. It's going to be hot. So get ready for that. But you're gonna have a blast that bit blocked boom dot com So check out the website. Check out for minute Bitcoin dot com. Wanna make sure you know about these things?.

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"geary" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"geary" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Example. You hear about Dragons and medieval fighting and stuff or about downtown Abbey. Oh, it's about Ah, wealthy family and early 1900 different with their maids. It's a little different well, and they're shallots. Never seen Star wars before or was it was like, I don't know. I stopped three should have that say their palaces or whatever was going to get him dressed. Oh, that's a valid salad there. Valerie. Valerie? Yes. Looks like ballet, or shall I? They're valid, But yeah, the man DeLorean don't like star wars at all I've seen Star Wars. Movies are like, just don't get it. You know, I still feel I don't either, man, Lauren. It's not about that. I guess it's because I have the preconceived notion of seeing Yoda in my mind immediately think Nope. No. Yeah, but Love story also involved your false Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have signed a huge multi year deal with Amazon Prime False Netflix baby for their cashing in our night. No kidding. The book finding freedom. You know, I purchased him did like a pre order came in and now I've kind of stalled on it Interesting, But the problem is that being so in tune so tough being so into that already knew all the stuff. Nothing's Breeland it for myself. It wasn't written by like a friend of theirs are friendly person. It was like there the press that air in with the family, If that makes sense that they have the ones the press that in with the family, they get an actual invite to the wedding. Or they get an actual invite to the announcement that there instead of just being pressed that shows up. These roads are invited. So they got you. They have worked closely with the royal family for years and years and years, and they do know him. But it wasn't like Meghan Markle sat down to write this. Okay. All right. I don't know how it is a super friendly towards them, and it's like, so much good to you Get from that. They've been saying some things on there that mean they report all the things that I've got Nice that were reported about Meghan Markle. They put it in the book. I mean, either way, it doesn't be nice, but it's just like a puff piece. And it's like no, I want it to be the real deal. Alrite recapping Pop quiz Robin Thicke and his fiance, April Love Geary are expecting a baby. What number, Baby? Is this for the couple already, baby number 30? Wow..

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"geary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"geary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That was Cardiff Garcia and Steve and expect this episode was produced by Camille Peterson Lena sons Geary isolator woods was fact checked by Britney credit Amanda Rogic this is NPR thanks for listening Kurtz amazing how helpless unions became so powerful yeah the data here just tells a really interesting and powerful story and the guy what is coming up next on how I built this what kind of today are stories about an entrepreneur whose life completely changed when a good friend was diagnosed with skin cancer so she decided to create her own sunscreen without knowing anything about how to market it or how to distribute it I had created the sunscreen swipes and apparently the stripes were you should so I would go around to stores during that period and swipes were always gone and they were just wiped off the shelf but the problem was I knew that my sales couldn't be great if there were no products on the shelves and so I go into as many stores as I could with swipes in my bag and literally like stock the shelves like I give them products which is crazy right from NPR how I built this show that innovators entrepreneurs keyless stories behind the movements on the show today hello Holly thaggard decided it's strange in the news every day and that every time of year and how that idea grew into a multi million dollar brand supergroup.

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"geary" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"geary" Discussed on KGO 810

"I need your body to resources of course back in south bend Indiana high mayor Pete Bonny Doon was a premium ice cream before anybody was doing premium ice creams they had this what was then considered to be an outrageous amount of butter fat so everyone core rammed into bunny dunes the guy who started it named after his daughter Bonnie and there was a little character body on the thing but it was it was a standard Mel's drive in type of car hop service except thank god thank god we didn't have to wear roller skates office and ask you yeah well that would've been so pathetic so many dings in so many cars but no but mills drive in says that they're going to come back with come up service at Geary Boulevard and lumber street and if it's a dual purpose I mean it it's great it's nostalgic and it's fun but they want people to stay safe and people don't have to come in to pick up their carry out they get the just the pop the trunk just the trucker just open the window and leaned over so they're not too close the chronicle says that the idea came to the owners were grand sons of the original mail they were looking back at old pictures and that the original Mel's opened its first location in nineteen forty seven and one of the co owner says we saw one of my grandfather's old photos and those voters are so cool we'll all cars parking one after another with the car hot girls he actually said Kerr how girls but there you go and they got the idea to do it again the servers have gloves on if they handle your credit card they're gonna sanitized of the state the staple the bags of food shot so there's you know nothing carried in the air there and the diners can either you know head home with that or they can hang up their cars need old style they've even got the trays that kinda hang on to the site is it's so cool it's this resurrect thank you you gotta look for the fun stuff where you find the right yeah that is awesome I you know the car is becoming our our bubble wrap I think because we're using it to go to get our drive through tests they're they're using it at the at the drive in theater now you know it says to social distancing you know and keep yourself safe it's just interesting amounts of now for take out right yeah we are there so many American traditions were re honoring again yeah take a little bit of a break we do have a lot of news kind of day but we'll.

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"geary" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

Money Making Money Podcast

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"geary" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

"It's right next door and it's it's working so okay. Congratulations all right. So we're going to wrap it up to it. You have more questions. Why did they actually have one have you have you looked into certain markets and found that? It's not a feasible thing to do right now. Like you started expanding the Tucson. You've tested Vegas. I looking to go and do Nevada again Have you looked at other markets? And what was pros and cons of scene? And maybe an idea of more expanding not entirely learning. I'm learning how to now. Okay anyhow to take the approach of Duma diligence and finding out worthy the the buyers are buying out by Zip code and then you know learning how to open up networking options out in those markets. I would say there probably isn't really any market can't wholesale and it's just a matter how educated you are in that market and knowing what deals should be bought at what price and they'd be bought and sold out because it's going to be completely different than what we do here. It's a whole different ballgame in a matter of educating yourself. And getting some people just realtor other wholesalers too. Because in the beginning of your biggest problem might be the deal under contract with the new iphone salad so I think if I were start spanning into other markets again in the beginning of my follow maybe there so that way I have someone to lean back still get something out of it by. Jvm With somebody or Keatley type company or big spell out mountain market. Who's doing a bunch of deals you make friends with them and they have distribution channels so choir here this is. This is a great example. Just from the mastermind. Guy Named Josh Rod Texas. He said this deal He's into say it was Wilcox's an eleven plex and contracts for moving forward a Wilcox which it listen is this is like forty minutes away from. Who'S ON FOR FORTY MINUTES? Probably two and a half three hour drive from here. It's a little small town and he's at eleven plex and it was like twenty caper door and I was like holy an casual like crazy. I sold for them. We saw a form me. We made like ten so but NASA thing. He knew he knew that we were established. Here knows that we deals here so he knew he called me A. Hey Man you think my best shot so it's the same thing if I'm GONNA go on March. I find people doing tablets. And then if you start if you have good relationship with them and if you don't know certain areas mean hey man. I gotTa Eric Kussin. Four is going to be okay. How about this price is that look. You can start communicating and learning from them and they're going to educate you about their market okay. This guy is what I've taken away is networking obviously huge huge collaborating network and then math masterminds and mentors mentoring and take action. So I'm GonNa tell you. Eighty twenty rule. You know it's twenty percent of the people make all the money know. Say It's eighty twenty rule. You gotTa Take Action. Most people who go to Vance and seminars. They they hear all this information. They don't do anything with it all tomorrow. Or when they WANNA get their ducks in a row or will not go out there and start just bang and doors and making phone calls put band just take massive action and then because no matter what you're going to mess up just go on fail and fell forward mistakes and then pick yourself back up okay. It's okay I'm not gonNA that again. Yes push and take massive action. Failure is a learning opportunity. Failure feel so many times. Oh you let it beat you down and you don't come back then. It's a field learn from an incorrect. Did right time. Then it was the success. Yes agree so take every failure successful exactly. Where can we find you social media wise websites? All that social media. Look me up Corey Geary Corey Jerry. I got a pretty good following on their facebook. I've just now started dabbling an instagram like unlike the older guy. Guess INSTAGRAM'S A new way. Michael here trying to come up with all of them isn't it is. I'm on facebook post and putting a bunch of you know information on there right. I do that to platforms now. I don't know but everyone instagram's the new way he's pushing that way new ways. Tiktok so I I saw. We'RE GOING TO START TO DANCE VIDEO. And we're gonNA write a whole weird. I'm so yes associate media. Gary handed out myself last. Time wasn't a podcast. And my phone's bled. I'LL S MESSAGE. Messenger so yeah best Just messing me a messenger. I will get back to check facebook. Messenger all the time and if you want to set up like either. I don't mind like small little coaching. I don't charge anything for if you just want some advice how to get started how to get some systems going and what list you. WanNa pull or whatever. It is so many different questions. When you're you're new and you're new you know. Reach out to me and we'll schedule like a fifteen minutes on Saturday or Sunday. I don't mind I'll give them back where you give the more you mentality so facebook's the best way to to reach me and I'll give you my email to I. Don't mind that at all. Cg Properties at True Realty Dot Com. There's no true so CG properties at you realty dot com okay. I'll post and so then I have one last question before we actually okay so What is it that you're actually best at? And what? When did the light quick that you knew talking with people talking with people and and we could tell and like you said you wouldn't assistance Guy Johnson? And when I finally did it helped me and my acquisitions when I was a guy doing nap positions because when I learned how to actually follow the sales process I got pretty good at it and are just gonNA network events and talking and socializing me. I love it. I probably came a little bit being a blackjack dealer budget seventeen years. Yeah so this be on the table doing a car tips. So talking hustle. Right the more tips. You can put your box and so you learn that. That skill over the time of just having bartenders. Probably the same so but yeah just talking and networking in and and and pushing not mind waking up at five in the morning grinding. All Day and pushing to make the dream come true nice awesome. We're at Man Okay. Awesome awesome anything else. We're good we're good okay. All right guys. Thanks for having me time and time again so thanks all right Mahalo Mahalo who they deal with Mahato..

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Money Making Money Podcast

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"geary" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

"Of do we just heard about the Memoranda? That that's Normal. That's the news people fighting over deals. And you know you get it sometimes you we a competitive market you an investors and wholesale as a contract sneaker deal and you're I direct the seller and you know you memorandum boomer almost all ordeal so okay so explain so just for somebody. That's brand new. Explain what a memorandum would beat. Memorandum's saying that you had the contractual rights the binding contract with the seller. You're the first a seller and what happens. Is You cloud tidal without you. Record it record it down at the data recorded recorder's. Office we have it set up now. Do RUN OUR OFFICE. My system can do it. You know scamming gets recording. Yeah it's great But it just get clouds title and that way if someone were to go and try to sneak your deal paint often sell our ten grand more maybe saw blast on emailing on knock the door and there are people in our market does and Yeah it's it's horrible. And they'll go not door an offer to sell grandma and sign a new contract. And then but if you've got memorandum to protect you the title the title would would not record close without you released memorandum and it's finally will release them sometimes but then there's going to cost associated exactly and so then that's that's even that that's helpful right because there's a lot of people that are like. Oh my God my solid just signed with somebody else for higher price. What do I do now right memorandum? That would've taken care of the problem. So the risk mitigation and also another income stream. It can be. Yeah it's right and and there's some people out there you know that memorandum every deal. If you're going to around the deal I would say at least how you make sure you have the ability to A. Because that's the thing it's some some some people just memorandum everything you need. Just let the veterans go and canceled contrary memorandum canceling contract with the seller. You better random off to Claratyne caused so many different issues and have her problems out in the wholesale world where they did L. Do that and it's like no. You need to play the game. The right way to be strategic about it very much so very much so. I mean not just blanket everything you touch people do it. The ones we do you. What polls that deal. It's a good deal ethical and we're yup ethical is. Yeah so okay. That's good to know those happen But that's not really a big hurdle we on practice in the business. I was their biggest hurdles right now as I. I lost two managers last week. One I let go I fired and the other one had to leave for health reasons. She's having surgery and she's GONNA be out for three months and I was like. Oh you're leaving so take your hiring. We are hiring rockstars right now. I'm flooded with resumes in interviews. Right now we have our Adam indeed right now we push them through self self assessment tests and all that but yes so if you guys WANNA learn the business and make a ton of money my acquisitions when we scaled up last year on once. She's still there she's awesome she's a Rockstar. Her name's she's amazing. In the last six months ended about sixty grand commissions. I mean it's a six-figure seat all day long. Yes Oh it's a great way to the learner and make money and if you're just a driver and just good at sales you know it's just reach out to us if if you're interested in connecting with with Corey over here so for absolute thank you for all that all right and so then so you're acquisitions. People are gone so much. I got wants to have one there right any systems that you have for visas that you have that you're working on for Ya. Got The I got three days I got one all. She does a scrub the mls all day long for only and this is a great little tidbit not only for cash buyers. Who bought properties cash? This is what most people do but the people forget about scrubbing the MLS. Four the people who fix them flip houses want the sellers cellars. You know they're the ones thereby not only matt drafter Mike Wholesalers to yeah so war scrubbing known those guys information. So we're finding those LLC's and then go into the corporation commissioner who manage members in an skip trace the that's right that's had no buyers lists buyers. Less is incredible right. Now we have an amazing success with With deals right now so brings your deals guys you go we we get we get top dollar for them so she doesn't all day long. I have another. Va She does the text she manages all the tax and then picks up any bleed over a from our okay. We're we're answering all live so the press one press nine press to talk to someone live press nine to be removed from the list. There are some bleed over because we send about twenty thousand RPM Day. Yeah so the so three acquisitions going out there still voicemail. The VA comes in picks up. That I've been flirting with the idea of having her answered them. Live bleed over. We'll we'll see how that works. Yeah so and then I haven't had A. Va where she does a lot of cheese. She'd scrubs on my list all the skip tracing for me. If I need stuff moved around in my dialer like she does all bachelor. An issue also score card every week because she tracks my KPI's and delivers that to me every week. It took a lot of training with her to get her where I needed to be in literally with me enjoy dylan sitting with her like every week and coaching and teacher now. She's been molded so well. That's pretty ask or cards. Come in every Monday. Mukasa deal is mccusker leaders. I know how many contracts with the IT's great. It's nice to have that right so especially. Automated Rights Automated. Now is a good chance of might not get done. They got so many other things and trying to do a once in the add right. It's like an once so yes I need people in systems in place to take care of stuff like that but yeah I got three of them and their amazing all three of them in the key is you WanNa you WANNA evolve in part of your culture right. You want to communicate with them every single day. Tell him have a good job. They're doing talk to them. We have conversations on Facebook Messenger. You can call like just like how you do on a face. We have conversations all the time facebook Messenger. You know and I learned a lot from Bryan Bryan Bryan Ryan by. Manley was his whole business from A. Va Perspective and it's awesome. And so yeah just involved in part of your culture be involved with David Day your operations and if they detect vibrance in ten leads sherp on there was five more leads from RBM. I'm going to talk until great of a job. She needs to know thanks. That's what every other investors doing so days. Okay that's good. That's good man What else do we have foreign now. Okay so if somebody's brand new into the business right moved one eight one brand new and they're like I need to make some money right. What what would your in your opinion. What would what would be the best thing for them to do? Two ways. Either you GonNa have you got your two ways. You can have time where you have money right so money you can. You can put all the marketing and you by people to help you or employ people to help you find people to help you with that. You have money in a lot of time because you're working in the business or on the business but tyne and no money. Go door knocking driving for dollars. Absolute all those driving ABS- now these days go outdoor knock and put signs out there and no one the Phoenix area band size. Don't work too well. We did experiment with around Patchy Junction and we did get a couple of deals out there really benefit the outskirts of Maricopa. Okay band sign's kind of working if you drive out there you'll still see him out. There are people still doing i. It's I mean the further away you get from the valley technologies us. That's it you ask. The competition kind of dies down a little. The heart of the city were saying basically go to club in Florida. Got Well my buddy my buddy Danny. He's awesome man. He has a call floor down to Mexico but he's got a six plex out floor. She just locked price for some expensive properties. Yourself to judge Grande. We've just so many deals out there. I mean you go out a little bit. I mean you don't WanNa go way out of the talks buyers put. Yeah you don't have to stick to your main you want to stick to just phoenix. Yeah right in at an event we were talking and you so your main focus right now is in Phoenix. And you're expanding out into war in Tucson right five cool callers out there. We have our VM. Being in tech. We got all the People Marketing Hammer. Hammering out there we got to two deals on. Whiteboard are closing now. Once closing on Friday wants calls the next week and we got a bunch of other. Yeah so we're already. Seeing live. Just from that market challenges that happened to expand to that span of that so Tucson and it was really to challenge some isolated for five years. So what elite comes in. It's just a matter of educating our acquisitions in what neighborhoods or the Hood. And what wonder he'll the nicer parts of our. T. Solid let him leave. The oral value of cool values Scottsdale Tucson so knowing. The area's really hard. We tried to Vegas Vegas. We filled miserably because of that market. We don't know the area we're kind of using the same numbers that we base our numbers off here. Just really work that way and my good friend and a lot of Jerry Dallas. He crushes out there making this down. I want to but we're GONNA try it again and we're gonNA take a different approach at it right. We need to learn a little more education right. A little more to dealers out there. Maybe get some boots on the ground out there. Get how long does it take when you first decided to move to Tucson to get boots on the ground? How long did that take? It didn't take long because I'm from a lot of people out there. I got friends out there. I know real friends out there so that part was easy. My Mom and dad the about there. So I've already had my dad go like three different properties Mrs Lucas. He wants to be in a box tired pitchers so it was pretty simple for Tucson and if I really had to get my car hour and a half away yup excuse vegas be a five hour drive in. La Six hour job so it was a good market for us to grow into next avenue. We knew about it..

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Money Making Money Podcast

16:23 min | 2 years ago

"geary" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

"So then. You did that for a while. Did a few of those you know met some. You know some events out here you know started networking a little bit Chris. Simon started buying some deals from him and did good on a few. And then we Partner came in right around the park. Okay well let's let's try to go a little bit bigger. And we bought like four at a time once and then at the same time. We lost our contractor who was doing jobs whereas and he was he was pretty decent and slow but he was. He got the job done here and he wouldn't take our money. And that's what happened on the next s deals as We trusted somebody money. And we gave them way too much when you're front and he ended up screwing US pretty much. Yeah I mean we lost some money. We ended up finishing out two of them. We lost to Finish out two of them still lost money on him just not as much but it was a bad experience in. So you're got my teeth kicked in a little bit there and learned a few lessons. I learned how to you know how to manage contractors a little better how to the toll trust issue now contractors. I pay as I go. We contracts and writing and you know there's there's consequences if you don't not done on time and stuff like that so it's a lot different now. Then you know you always knew a little league and I was working my job. So it's like you know he was just telling us every week this down. This is getting done. Can I get this much okay? And we're just suckers the new guys in the took advantage of us and so for someone that is starting out new in fixing flipping or wholesale and things like that would you. Do you have any advice on how you would handle contractor? Absolutely so do your due diligence on that contractor check into his license you know. Cv's insurance you know. What's the the board here for contractors? General contractors the Talking about they have to have a number. You can register of contract. Yeah there you go and you call the you can call them find out there number and call on citizen complaints against anything you know due-diligence ask around in ask people who used them before right. Take referrals. There's don't pick some guy just randomly in us. Some advantage says yeah. I'm a contractor. I ask around. Find out who you've worked for and that's that's the biggest thing you know. Just find out if they're actually real. I have a question now on that you have experienced an contractors. Let's say there's a delay in when they said they were going to do the job? Even though the you take into consideration situation that pop up or of course we're all humans right. You got to work with them right. We're not gonNA bust your balls. Came up that we didn't foresee then. Of course no. The need is not going to be any fees. Sorry it's okay liquidated damages L. Dis whether they call it. There's no liquidated damages for for time POPs up but if they're just taking on too many jobs in their one and a half months. Quilt turned into a four-month jobs because they're spread themselves too. Thin would you see all the time? Okay contractors then now there's got to be some kind of repercussion for and if you don't mind me asking what kind of repercussions do you. That's something that I've been thinking about. I'm a contract. You do. You know maybe fifty dollars a day per diem or something like that after the day after the day. Right right right really and you to understand this is just wet in the actual bid if obviously not says changers and that's gotta like you gotta you gotTa correct your time for that. Is there something that when you first started? They doing now that you wish you would have done with a contractor all due diligence on the guy who took us. I didn't do any day. I was he came up to us. It was like hey you know I met him. He says I just know. Trust it in the Hatchet Yay. You're gullible you want. And you're so you're so gung ho about the business that already had done a couple of deals right so I'm like okay. What do this? I want to expand in growing in scale and no backfired so there was a learning experience in the partner had a time. It's funny because he ended up getting out of the business because of that so he came in right before that situation happened in. That situation happened in still doing blackjack boy. From the from the from the okay so then you did the four fixed close you guys got lost a little bit of money even right more or less loss but yeah okay so so then now lesson learned the next what happened after that so it was a kick in the teeth and you know at that point like I wanNA know how to get how these wholesalers get their deals how to get direct to seller in figure out how to you know that wake of fuel my flip fix them flip business and get bigger discounts and then maybe even start learning how to do what they do and make money in that of the business and so I diligently we really started researching ing going out to events in talking to people and really networking and figure out how this works. I signed up for Sean. Terry's little flip the freedom he had the online course in the actual thing that he does live and then I did. Both of those and I was. Kinda start of that venture and you also have your real feelings right. Yeah got my real estate license for my my flipping business that way. I can just list my house and I have to worry about finding the realtor who because after me and my girlfriend broke up all right. I never okay. I'll just license so it comes handy now. Man I mean I think in any wholesale business. There's one person in there whose license if your sole Punahou. Maybe you should be licensed but if it comes to handwriting it's Great and I've learned so much from being licensed at how the contracts work you just doing retail liberty retail. I don't like it but you learn a lot from how title process works get having access and doing the call the cops yes invaluable having access to the a our contracts you know we just today just today. We locked up to off market deals but there was a real to her bodice. The deals and they wouldn't accept anything else but in a are so you happy license began know somebody who has e those are exclusive for so and to Ar's. I haven't special period everything else. It's an air day are being license have been great for business so funny when you talk or some people just like I just wanted to page contract and then there's other songs I want that absolute lock lock solid. Aarp AARP Association of Realtors Contracts Arizona Association of Realtors Contract so people out of state like. Okay so yeah definitely. It's been a advantage for the only one. That's not like yeah. It's probably good to have in the business someone who's not all our when we were doing direct mail. We'll we're not doing the right now but started with direct mail we did start directing. Yeah I'd put it under my sister's name because she wasn't licensed because otherwise. You gotTA disclosures. So what was haven't heard it so cool advantage and disadvantage to definitely think. The advantages outweigh the disadvantages. Someone your company's not licensed in the company this perfect marriage right so then when you were doing direct mail some of the right so you started off with that and how did you how. What were the challenges that you've got on that and what it? What were some of the successes that you've had challenges? I mean when we started doing direct mail probably took us about. I want to say seven to nine months to land our first real direct to seller deal So that was a challenge because we were kind of I was dumping money out. You know and it wasn't like a crazy amount. Jump right in and start spending forty grand a month in direct mail. Some of the big players. Here what these all? So it's but you know we're spending Probably anywhere from five ten thousand and go to a lot of points and canals the process to right. He's never sell background. So I'm learning how to how to close deals taken all these online seminars and courses like the drummer teens. Course which is great for you right in the beginning and trying to learn how to do this business and talking to sellers and so that was a learning curve to for me but you only get over it is going doing right doing it and being a student and you will you will learn you. You'll start closing more deals. But they always Dallas huge burial wrangled over. I so so and then when I so after you started seeing direct mail right so You started doing that after what snapped. Right what changed when what happened? Where your way you could say you know what my business took off okay. So the direct mail the cost per lead got so high and this is why you gotta track your numbers. You've got gotTA know. Kpi's ready you gotta know what it's costing you to bring in those leads in and what it's costing to right and direct mail was getting really costly and it's we're in a competitive market here the guru capital. It is bad in. Everyone wants to be a gruber here. The new popping up every single year to ten but Yeah the the the the cost was getting so high. And so you know we switched over to co calling and that that was kind of the very beginning of it. And we're really do I article -Tudios a month or so two or three. Am I started a little under just Kobe? He was doing the same thing. He was switching over. Look a lot of cold calling. I came in at the time had a call center together and then I got Djamil Jamile Kim and put me in his winning and he's an absolutely amazing individual a love the guy so he shouts out to Jim Hill and keithly and he came on my house and he would help train my callers and to teach me how deals and you know he was just like. Hey you know in signed contract is it. Hey you WANNA sell these think about US and sin and I. Didn't you know in the very time? When he was training and training us. I'll send him all. It was a successful marriage. Worked out really well as well as trying to grow especially I the struggles you know when you're trying to make some money absent flows on through. Yeah I last year bank Canada beginning of the year zero three. It was scary there for a while. So that was the first step. And then the next one is a WHO was. My current mentor. Still saw Dylan Dylan. He's been absolutely amazing in my business in just as far as systems. I'm horrible at systems. I'm running gone and create a mess kind of guy. I just want you know. Put money out and see money come back. Mind is the whole visionary kind of thing and I'm GonNa Greater Jack Blackjack mentality or with Cisco is go and run and see what happens So Joe Dillon. No windows but he was a ex partners. Rafael Vargas and their business. He was the main integrator growing their business. He's an excellent. You know integrator on his systems and processes are amazing. So you know. We got his polio. He he taught us how to do the RBM the correct way. He taught us how to structure to call colleen different way he's there's a. Lotta instructor texts broadcasting to and he came don't even came to the office in he went through our whole business in told me where. I need to be poor porn. The gas on more and taken the stand was this little dealing. Okay you'll be back in my office again. February in February. He comes out and he stays like thirteen hours. And there's a whole day of just tear me apart my business apart and when you do differently and it's been it's been awesome awesome awesome. Yeah he's a good mentor so and bigger mentor ships up in March so like February march up and then oh yeah but how convenient he comes in. Yeah right exactly business. Go from here as well as he should right. And that's something I definitely believe. That's huge in isn't a mentor. Chefs and masterminds also part of a boardroom. For a good year. One year boredom. But that's what Sean Terry and kick clothier and Jessica mastermind. I dismiss taken here but I think some of them broke up. So it's not the same as it. Was those three guys when we were in it. Awesome critique or business to when we were going there was was a good man. That's really hearing that lie like mentor. Ship is like a lot of people are preaching it like get a mentor out. Some type area made the mistakes already. Yeah bagging mistakes.

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Money Making Money Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"geary" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

"With a true top offer. Yup close deals last year. It's about right and also last year. You ended up quitting your your your fulltime off. Actually you actually let go of that lease right. Yeah that was. That was a tough leap of faith. There regretted or no no. It was the best thing I did because I was so time. Cramped AMINE IS. I was working the blackjack dealer. Oh Yeah here here. While Horse Pasture Phoenix. And you know all night long dealing cars and get off at four in the morning and then I was getting up. You know. Eight or nine. During the real estate thing it was it was killing me. Yeah I mean no sleep ever. It was rough. I did that for about a year. I mean it was like just going like that. So it's pretty tough. Yeah it's been a blessing to be out of there and just actually sleep. So yeah so this is a money making money. Podcast right so On this on the show. What we do is your history right. How you got into real estate. What started you into the ventures of what you're doing now and the experience behind that right so yeah so tell us how'd you? How'd you get into real estate? What was was the first thing that you did. Pete your interest okay. It's kind of cheesy. It was just Watching flip or flop on. Hdtv back off a good show. He used to watch it with my girlfriend and dealing cards as making pretty good money. They're dealing cards. Make an about about one hundred twenty hundred forty grand a year so it was a good job for you know no college education as easy to do so saving some money up and then he's always cork. What am I going to do with this money kind of thing and then my girlfriend? We're watching flip or flop one night and she's a realtor she's like once you just go flip a house so I can list it like maybe I should go flip a house and so literally like I think it was like the next day. I'm like running around my neighborhood. Run AND NETWORK YOU KNOW. They put the signs in the ground. Flipper FIX OUR FLIP. Put THE AARP in the price. And so I call on it and sure enough you know they had a deal out Sun Lakes there and I bought it. He has no idea where Sun Lakes is a. I call it out. Chandler where the fifty five plus and so. Yeah bought that and it took me six Munster Remodel. It took a big portion of our fallen K. Money out my savings I was about one hundred and thirty thousand dollars deep on it and six months and I made eight grand. I mean eight gram profit. After all the dust was cleared and all said and done six months I was like. Oh Wow so we buddy buddy no cash. He's a little hard money but it was like the remodeling and I can't remember. Remember all the details of deal you know but there were some hard money on it and I think maybe it was like fifty percent to your view. The hard money lenders and I didn't know anything I really didn't know anything about the business. You know Zephyr my girlfriend's like we could probably get this for it because she was a realtor after you're done in okay and so that's all of my very first experience with real estate commissions one percent in. Yeah I'm yours like yes. I mean needed to give a crap about Mr deal for one percent. Yeah my ex now so right on right on okay and.

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03:23 min | 2 years ago

"geary" Discussed on WTVN

"WTVN good morning welcome the day fox home remodeling showing Geary demi's of present day fox design build remodelers right here in Columbus really glad to have everybody listening in this morning on this January nineteenth here in the winter time Ohio right Greg yes it is in good to be here winter time Ohio so great you are our production manager euro for all the production department and you've got Dave Hoosier field manager that's correct and then you've got all your carpenters and other project managers so how many are there altogether I think currently were at thirty four thirty four people in the field yeah yeah thirty six including our in house plumber and his assistant yeah that's great you got quite a crew there we do pretty damn good crew so they can go through a lot of work in a day camp the S. thinking on yeah so again I just want to thank everyone for this thing this morning we have Martin Luther king day coming up tomorrow and if you happen to listen to our last week radio show I was talking to Steve Dempsey Steve is our sales director and design consultant so we were just talking about a lot of general remodeling topics from kind of a sales point of view so that was kind of a fun thing to do yeah and in case you missed that you can go to Dave fox radio dot com and there you can actually listened to any of our previously broadcast shows and also were were getting videos on there but they're not showing up very well so hopefully we'll have that fixed really soon and you'll be able to go there to see any of our casts and I don't know seven or eight shows that have been videotaped and they are on you too but they're really hard to find on you too if you search for these days fox's I'd builder Mahler's or Dave fox over Molly show there's a lot of Dave fox stuff that comes up but it's hard to find the radio shows our so filter through a lot easier if you go to Dave fox radio dot com once we get that we were here so folks hang in there we're working on it but if you want to watch in video you want to see Greg how he looks how he acts while he's on video you can see him and I really prefer to when it was just radio yeah no all right so again thanks for tuning in so today we're gonna talk primarily about electrical stuff right Greg yeah because we've covered a number of topics on home remodeling and houses in general and just really trying to get our listeners some really good information from some very experienced season personnel which you would be one of those well we we try to learn from what happened in the past right yeah it's kind of a history lesson when uterine old homes as the insurer is not only looking at the building techniques but also the things you find in walls like really old newspapers yeah every now and then let's run fun run across all kinds of stuff yeah I haven't run across any cash buried in a wall yeah I know it's kind of disappointing yeah and no gold bullion or no so we just must be working.

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"geary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"geary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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