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Fresh update on "peggy" discussed on KMOX Programming

KMOX Programming

01:09 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "peggy" discussed on KMOX Programming

"Here for you from tell Del version of the show, which is bring in members that have had success and share that success with you of today we have Peggy and Leo Morgan out of Dallas, Texas. The only 4500 units as we went to break Leo was sharing. What he thought he got out of the two day seminar. And now we're going to take the next step here, Leo and go to the point or transition to all right. We came out of it, and you made the decision. You and Peggy To go passive. Just a quick answer. Why did you do like that? What was it that was appealing to going pass? It is supposed to owning your own stuff. Well, um, what I looked at was what we both decided is, um, you know, being late investor, um and maybe being more involved with management. We knew we didn't really want to get into all that because that's virtually a job almost done. I know you could make great money being passive investor. And you get all the benefits, you know. Leverage. And, um good tax benefits and let somebody else do the work. Of course, you've got a pan and, um, he wasn't. So we went from there and started. We went into asking many, many questions. Too many people. And talking and find out who are the shakers and the mirrors are and and just going to every single meeting of watching every video, and he wasn't helped us jump into our first one. And, um uh, You know, it's just been a beautiful ride the whole way through. Yeah. Did you have had no really skepticism at all. I just now I was ready to go. Did you have a buying plan from the beginning or were you just kind of winging it and whatever deal came along. Yeah, you were taken are saying yes or no? Is he came along or did you have a plan? No. Well, there was a plan. We had x number of dollars to invest in Kobe, us and maybe what we need to do is, you know, maybe diversify our investment some and so I said, Let's get it toward. Maybe we start out with can investments and so is divide our money up equally from there, and he was we went along, and, uh, didn't just jump into anything that we saw. Of course. The first thing you know, you want to make sure that you're comfortable with the lead investor. And Peggy. But fortunately, uh was, you know, we met this first investor and the first lead investor that we've gotten in with Peggy and her handsome comment. Things with thought was computer sales and Um, Anyways, we got to know this gal pretty good. What happened is she didn't come up with a deal. We were looking at it and one of the things I noticed one of those. It's down in Houston. And since we were in Dallas, I thought You know, I was looking at, um, started comparing rents in that neighborhood. Uh, and saw where the rents and the neighborhood she was going into the on our apartments were like about 62 cents a square foot and she all around us were like running like 87 95%. Score of 95 cents a square foot and I was sitting on I thought, Gee, you know, when I was pregnant, we went down and looked at the apartment complex. We did due diligence with it and everything. It looked like it had some great upside to. It had some deferred maintenance when you did, you know, she was gonna take care of and and get this property straightened out, and, um, repositioned Get the non pears out and get get the thing cleaned up and get hardworking people on there, and she's done exactly what she said she was going to do, and so every time you no way look at the deal. You know, Of course, you got to be comfortable with the lead investor and we met and there are tons of good bleed investors that lifestyle. It's unbelievable just about every one of them. And, uh, lifestyles is well known, and also Texas Now, also, it's getting to be more super well known nationally. And, um, uh, is like David Fisher said. One thing that caught my attention in the two day he said, You know, he said, really, he said lifestyles. We do have our own brokers, but also we're connected with the good old boys in the brokerage out in the marketplace. Well in Dallas Fort Worth, there's 545 guys about 80% of the, um Apartment deals and you know for Class B and C and so it was kind of funny. I knew that and I was walking down the steps in the Dallas lifestyles. And I saw this guy coming up and he had a name Paige on and I knew his dad was. He was in real estate broker business and sold apartments exclusively back in the eighties. And he was the king of real about apartment sales. I mean, his dad was and I said, Hey, you know this man, he said, Yes, my father and I said, Oh, really? I said, what are you doing here? It lifestyles, he says. I bring deals up here. The lifestyle's all the time. These people know what they're doing. They trained trained their lead investors and passive investors. These people close deals. Of course, that's what brokers want to do. That's how they make their money is by closing deals. And he said, very great organization, you know, and so I'll have after I left that I should start God. I was so happy to hear that, and, uh, I just thought they were and this is the real deal, And that's what's happened ever since. It's uh Um, black styles just doesn't excellent job training all the weight investors and passive investors and they're always there for you, and it's just amazing that you know, it's not like one of these theoretical classes you go to for, Um, you know, some high powered school or something. This is the real deal. I mean, it's weird, you know, rubber meets the road. It was just you know what I needed and what she ate my wife Peggy needed to him. We've been happy ever since. You know. So you elected diversification. And you said earlier that you You thought that the jockey was more important than the horse? At least I took that out of what you said that you believe that leads the most important thing. But then you go down the diversification. Did you break your diversification down? Amongst your family between locations, sizes. First time to his 2nd 3rd 4th time lead investors..

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"Kim Ng makes Baseball History" with Dan Evans - burst 02

The Sportscaster and Her Son

02:41 min | 5 d ago

"Kim Ng makes Baseball History" with Dan Evans - burst 02

"Your mom was one of the pioneers in chicago when it came to sports broadcasting and happened to be woman and i think for people like your mom. I think you see the world changing. Were far more respectful and aware that it can't be a boy's game anymore. It's time to let the best people in the room. And if they happen to be a woman so be it. But i think the great thing jason. She checks a lot boxes. She's an asian woman who didn't play in the big league. That was such a stigma. Twenty years ago. Oh you didn't play in the big lake. My gosh i heard it well now. I think young women wake up and they say there's somebody looks like me in that role and until today really until friday. No one ever saw anyone looking like them in that role. And it's fifty. One percent of the world's population now suddenly is asian american woman years. The general manager of the miami. Marlins i think that alone or give hope to not just young women. Asian american men. Suddenly we say wait a second. Here's somebody looks like me. I can be that person. And i think for that. Our society is better off today. I have said that for so many years that all it takes is one seeing one person that looks like you in an industry to say. Oh my gosh that's it. I'm going to do this. Okay i want to do this. And that's what it took for me indian. You're so right. The number of people that she is going to affect the in the future generations. This is personal for a lot of us. And i'm still getting emotional right now because it is that big of a deal. Can she handle it mean. Just that's a lot of pressure on one person's shoulders and we don't mean to make it a bigger mountain than it is but truly when they are in the decision making and the hiring and the firing that is when we have progress because they make decisions on who gets some of those jobs. Great clink peggy. I think first of all yes. Undeniably qualified has been qualified for probably about fifteen years I remember sitting in our pool in los angeles with our feet in the water and she had just been denied one of those opportunities and i said listen. Your time's gonna come.

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Fresh update on "peggy" discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

01:04 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "peggy" discussed on Lori and Julia

"Laurie, we do. I've got something for you, Laurie, that I don't think you know about okay? All right, Tim already. Okay, so here's the headlight. Johnny Rotten from the Sex Pistols got a flea bite. On his sex pistol. Is this The squirrel story? Yes. So he apparently has befriended Johnny Rotten from the Sex Pistols has befriended squirrels. He lives in l A. And he feeds them. He lets him inside his home even allows them to nudge up to him if they want to. Well, serves him right for getting please on his sex pistols. Right now. They're nothing but rats with the back yard privileges, okay? Squirrels? Yes, Okay. Now they're the worst things once they get into your home because they go crazy. I'm so get out. He said. Yeah. He looked down at his leg this morning and at his Willy, and there's a bleep and flea bite at it. There's another one inside my leg. Um they're very itchy. And that this is this is his quote. It's such a part poxy thing to get caught out on the only way around it because I'm not going to blame the poor little squirrels is the vast, lean my legs. I just hope they don't get the wrong idea. She like cookies. Goofy for sure. Guffey? Yes. Really Goofy, goofy for years movie for cocoa flaps. Okay, just I didn't know how goofy he woz. Um, yes. Okay, so if people are out at the Mall of America on Friday Brace yourself, Prince Franz, and I'm talking to you rack talking to you, Lori, Um, you know, we know that there's a Prince start MSP airport, and we haven't been there in a little while. But there's a pop up shop. That's going to open on the first level near the TCF Rotunda. And it's 1600 Ft. Of Pierre Prince Loveliness. And actually, our friend Karen, the lovely Karen from Spill on, and Woodberry just sent us a picture of herself in her cute new prince. Mask. So if you have prince lovers in your family that you're looking to buy something for us, it's they're really cute masks. You can get them at the new pop up. Store it, Emory. Very, very good. Hey, here is something for you. This movie, I think debuts tomorrow on Netflix. It's the Kristen Stewart. They're calling that the lesbian rum come. Yes, it's called the happiest season. Okay? And she plays Abby and art history. PhD student. Who goes home with their girlfriend for the holidays. In her girlfriend is Mackenzie Davis from halt and catch fire. Yes, and she's invited her to her house for Christmas. Her mom is played by Mary Steenburgen. But then She tells Abby played by Kristen Stewart. My parents don't know I'm not out yet. And comedy and Suse Dan Levy from Poops Creek is Abby's BFF. And I guess it is. Just a sweet Christmas movie, and she's been giving interviews everywhere. Very excited about having a lesbian. Rahm come Christmas movie. I love it, and that's gonna be on Netflix. Yes, Say the name of former time it's called the happiest season. Okay, because I've got something else. A quote from her today. And I wanted you guys to weigh in on this actually, because Um, she was interviewed about this role in the happiest season and the headline Um, is He's proud to be part of the LGBT community, but she's not sure it's a bad idea for straight people to play LGBT Q rules and she says, quote. I never want to tell a story that really should be told by someone who's lived that experience. But having said that it's a slip early. Slippery slope conversation because that means I can either Never play another straight character. Yeah, And maybe that's because Mackenzie Davis, who's playing her girlfriend, Harper, Yeah, I think it is a straight woman, although I don't even really know, but it's probably within the context. Of that, because she's been doing print interviews and entertainment weekly. And, um tonight and extra. She's really been on a lot of things. She's just Very excited, and people seem to be like in the movie versus the movie that is just being called the worst movie of the year. I felt so bad. Amy Adams was on with Jimmy Kimmel last night, and she's in Ron Howard directed Movie hillbilly Elegy Ln Religion, Bad and his face and Yeah, J. D. Vance. His memoir, The Atlantic called that the worst movie of the year. CNN said. It is the dreariest movie of the year. The Daily Beast called it a raging dumpster fire of a movie. Wow and time said, it's condescending. And a lazy caricature. And it's Amy Adams. Glenn Close, right, Our directs its 27%. I'm rotten tomatoes. So I saw Glenn Close get interviewed, and I'm like, what are they talking about? And okay, Well, that's good news. They giving everyone time. Laurie, they didn't really talk. I notice Amy Adams had they should a delightful conversation with Jimmy Kimmel. And they spent like 30 seconds talking about the movie. Because everyone knows it's bad. I think so. He probably said I'm here because I have to mention it, but I don't want this to be waiting here. I just love her. Though She's so good and usually run. Howard does great directing movies right a rare bomb for him. Well. Anyway, crap happens. I just do it. Yeah, I don't like the name. I know it. Well, that was the name of the best selling book Whenever that key mode. I never read it because I just thought I don't wanna be depressing. It does sound depressing. Yeah, well, it makes for depressing movie and then Lily James booked her next movie. She's gonna play. The movie is right now tentatively called Peggy Jo Okay, and she plays this real life woman, Peggy Jo, who had quite a run of robbing Texas banks in the early nineties while posing as a man. Oh, yeah. So That's happening for Lily. She's she's got that coming on. And the thing that everyone the most dividing thing about the HBO drama the undoing, and the finale is this Sunday night with Hugh Grant. Nicole Kidman, Don't Don't give it away. No. But the biggest divide have been Nicole Kidman's coats, Okay? All of the codes, particularly the green should kneel..

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Apple Suspends New Business With Pegatron Over Labor Violations

Daily Tech News Show

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Apple Suspends New Business With Pegatron Over Labor Violations

"Apple announces suspended. New business with peggy. Trot the taiwanese. He's manufacturer used for iphone. Assembly after discovering labor violations apple discovered several weeks ago that petron miss classified student workers allowing them to work nights and overtime in violation of the company's supplier code of conduct since this only applies to new business current iphone twelve production should not be impacted. Petron is on probation with apple until corrective action is complete

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Out of sight, but not out of mind, the tale of Nikole Betterson

Crimeatorium

04:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Out of sight, but not out of mind, the tale of Nikole Betterson

"Labor Day weekend of 1977 Jared Peterson his girlfriend Susan klingel and the couple's two-year-old daughter. Nicole was in a car driven by Jarrett. He lost control of the vehicle which caused it to roll several times ejecting Susan. She died at the scene Jared Allen Cole sustained minor injuries while police were conducting their investigation into the accident. Marijuana was found in the vehicle. This was a more serious offense 43 years ago and the police wanted to charge him with vehicular homicide. Whether it was sloppy police work or something else. Jarrett was never charged. A few months later Jarod met a woman named Barbara Sadler and the two wanted to start a life together out west. Some say the couple mentioned moving to California. Others have said Nevada Barbara made a promise to Susan's parents who had taken a coal into their home and cared for her up until this time to take care of Nicole and be a good mother to her. And with Nicole and tow a couple left, Michigan in December of 1977. The Klingons cried as they waved. Goodbye to the granddaughter they loved and thought about the daughter. They had lost just months earlier. Jared in the Klingons had always been at odds with each other. He felt they had rejected him because he was black and had lured Susan into drug use, but for twenty long years the klingel's held on to the hope that they would once again seen a call. They had reminders of her brief time with them photographs of her smiling and a little red and white dress wearing a bonnet another one with her holding a toy bunny off while her father Jarrett reaches in to give her a kiss. In nineteen ninety seven, the klingel's felt it was time to hire a private investigator to try and locate Nicole as she would be old enough to make the decision to see them or Not Dead. Sadly, they would never see their beloved granddaughter again. It didn't take long for Jarrett and Barbara to be located. They were living in Las Vegas in a run-down part of town barely scraping by the two had gotten married in June suing years and both suffered from poor health. Jarrett was using a motorized wheelchair due to a back injury. He had suffered in a car accident. It seems that Karma hit this couple particularly hard. Peggy busy a private investigator hired by the klingel's dug deeper into the better since comings and goings and when it came to Nicole Patterson, there was not a trace of birth ever living with them in Las Vegas one detail did come to light Jared and Barbara collected in cash Nicole Social Security survivor benefits checks until she calls 18th birthday. Armed with the information. She had obtained Peggy bezzi turned it over to detective roskin of the Las Vegas Police Department. Missing person cases was not an area. He was very enthused about a lot of dead ends and disappointments, especially when it involves a case that was twenty plus years old off after reading through the material. However, he became intrigued and decided to look further into the case. He scanned through Court archives and police School adoption and driver's license records. He came up with nothing regarding little Nicole just like Peggy busy. Figuring he had nothing to lose. He came up with a plan to visit the better sons and pretend like he knew what had happened to Nicole. He would even offer Jarrett a deal of leniency if he divulged all of the details regarding Nicole. So in early November of nineteen ninety seven, he paid the better scenes a visit Jared answered the door while sitting in his motorized wheelchair and agreed to speak with Detective.

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"Chicago Bears Winning Ugly" with Olin Kreutz - Episode 033 - burst 01

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:43 min | Last month

"Chicago Bears Winning Ugly" with Olin Kreutz - Episode 033 - burst 01

"I watch Nick Foles press conference. And he you know, he got he got emotional over being questioned them about them not being very good. And I think coach Nagy was irritated to kind of like, you know Peggy my my answer was a welcome to Chicago and you play off with a really good defense, right? So, they'll get used to it, you know, as long as you win games nothing else really does matter. I mean, obviously when you look at them from an analyst standpoint, you're wondering when they get into that wage work or if an office desk or twenty one point early or three touchdowns. Can we score 28 to 30 points which they have? I think they get the bulk. Is it put up 30 points or the phone number? To go to Indiana fell but like you said pay you and you watch that defense, they're extremely good and they got one thing that a lot of good teams and teams that have good success with the formula of the defense wins games. They create chaos with a quarterback and they speed up the offense is clogged which creates turnovers. So that defense to me on film look up to dominate not only been six weeks, but that's secondary to find the involved the defense side how good they've been playing is that secondary is playing really well also, so so, you know and thought we'd love to say there's no pictures on the scorecard. I don't care how you got that birdie. A birdie is a birdie a win is a win but we would have loved for it to be beautiful and to be you know them be a great well oiled machine, but how long can they sustain this throughout the rest of the NFL season? We're about to file really quickly here. Right? We got the Rams. We

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The Enfield Poltergeist

Far Side Chats

09:26 min | Last month

The Enfield Poltergeist

"We begin in nineteen seventy-seven back in a little town called Enfield London. Okay. Okay. So we're across the pond. We are across the pond and because of that you're probably going to hear me do a lot of really terrible British accents. I love it. I'm here for that. Ye on top of that. I'm not really sure if I pronounce the name right of the town, but I think I've heard it said in field. So I mean that's how it's spelled. So yeah, I would assume as well but I don't know if it's like unveiled or like you know, that's your prestigious. Yeah, but because we're from America we're going to go with Enfield. I love it. So we're sitting in this Tiny Town. And we are going to visit our friends the Hodgson family. Okay? Okay. I've got Mom Peggy Hodgson who is in fact a single mom of four which at the time seemed like pretty weird, you know to be a single mother. Yeah. I mean, I guess divorce was still not like a big thing back then that's okay, especially in London, I guess so she was risky to the people of London. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So it was just a weird thing to see her four children included Margaret who was twelve at the time Janet who was eleven Johnny who was ten and Billy who was seven so we got our two girls and two boys easy to keep up with exactly. They're all living their lives having a grand old time in this cute little like looks like a townhouse kind of thing. It's like wage one of those connected houses where it's like there's a few houses in one unit yeah I know exactly which yeah so this cute guy cute little garden gnome whatever they're living their lives then the evening of August 30th 1977 rolls around okay oh Peggy as wage most likely stressed out mother is it trying to get her kids to go to bed she's like guys I gotta wake up I got to go to work tomorrow y'all gotta go to school tomorrow let's get to bed so she's downstairs doing some gift bad stuff and she heard Janet the eleven-year-old saying from upstairs that her and her brothers beds were like wobbling what yeah wobbling wobbling oh baby wobble baby wobble baby wobble no dead But they don't fall down. That's a wee before you so it's a total natural night. Okay, and then Peggy, like I said super stressed at the time she was not having this and she was just like Janet stop mucking about go to bed. I'm done with you. Yeah. Okay. This seems seems pretty normal. Yeah, pretty sure well. I mean like for Peggy from her personal perspective, you know, like it's a normal night. Her kids are being like no, I don't go to bed. So we'll make up this excuse. Yeah, she's tired and she's like just do it. I'm just over y'all. Let's call it done. Like I need a glass of wine and he only because right so the next Thursday evening Peggy herself heard a crash from upstairs. So this time she actually goes to investigate and when she got to the room a chest of drawers wage, Coming towards her without anyone pushing it seemingly of its own volition. No way. Yeah. Yeah rural she said in an interview that it seemed like Tom Thumb something was trying to block off her family from the rest of the house using the chest of drawers. Oh my gosh, that's terrifying. I know. Oh my God, and I'm sure not at all what she expected. Oh gosh. No, I would burn the house down immediately. I mean, oh my gosh, you go to open a room and here comes a dresser just like back at you like this isn't Beauty and the Beast. Okay, right? No, she ain't talking to us. Probably not that friendly either probably not dead. If she was I probably would have a different reaction right? I guess jurors don't have pronouns. Wow. Wow, and Carol just broke. So after that my Janet's older sister Margaret, she goes on to say in many like interviews and articles that after that night be activity definitely started to increase she says there were strange little noises in the house. You couldn't make out what was going on and none of us got any sleep. We put on our dressing gown and slippers and we would always go next door which wasn't a direct quote but I changed a little pool. So there you go like down in plaid quote. It's an implied quote people. So anyways, they're all putting on their dressing gowns and slippers and whatnot and took over to their neighbor's house who are named Vic and Peggy which could in fact get confusing, but we're only going to talk about big so There you go. Okay, so that makes it easy. Yeah Vic Nottingham. Oh how fancy anyway, so the family goes over to their neighbors and Mistral Vic Vic nodding him. He is described as a Burly Builder and he's a big dude. He decides to go over and investigate by himself, which I don't know why anybody would do that either. I mean, I don't know how long as I get people not believing in it and not wanting to do her like not really caring to go over but like Even if there's a tiny hint that it could be real why wouldn't anyone else with me. I'm guessing he was just being neighborly to his, you know, single mom of four. Yeah and wanting to help out. I mean, I'm sure to it probably had to sound kind of ridiculous. Hm, you know, and he was probably like, well, there's gotta be a very clear explanation. Yeah. You're probably right. I just wouldn't go I would not have gone by myself. I know you wouldn't have come over like, oh my God a chance to see ghosts. I'm there. I'll grab my flashlight. Oh my gosh, so he goes over and he goes on record saying I went in there and I couldn't make out these noises. There was a knocking on the wall in the bedroom on the ceiling and I was afraid beginning to get a bit frightened. No, meaning the Pearly Builder got frightened. The Burly Builder was bewildered sounds like a kids book. It does that get dumped so then they finally decide. Hey, let's call the police and see what she going on. Maybe the police will figure something out that we haven't put together seems logical right? So the police come over and they start to have very similar experiences and they are I'm sure of what is going on. One of the officers even signed an affidavit claiming. She saw a large armchair move. Unassisted four feet across the floor. Oh my gosh. No thoughts on record. Yeah. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Yeah, so like I'm also assuming that they checked for like any kind of rigging or anything like that. I mean I would hope so being that there were police I would think they'd be pretty thorough in an investigation. Yeah just freaks me out. I'd be curious to read that affidavit. Yeah, so then I saw Shaq just a regular day in the field and then you know, we decided to leave which they did eventually the police did in fact leave cuz I know they don't deal in ghosts they deal in real people. So of course, they couldn't

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Apple to produce millions of AirPods in Vietnam amid pandemic

Mac OS Ken

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Apple to produce millions of AirPods in Vietnam amid pandemic

"More of apple supply chain may be leaving the Middle Kingdom. Apple insider says Peggy Tron. One of the Cupertino companies manufacturing partners is looking to build in Vietnam in a pretty big way. Like one billion dollars beg. Looking to target computing communication and consumer electronics. Plan, involves three phases. The first is a relatively small nineteen, million dollar initiative followed by four, hundred, eighty, one, million, dollar second-phase and five hundred, million dollars for a third phase all set to wrap up by twenty, twenty seven. Insider says Petron is the fourth of apple's manufacturing partners to make the move to Vietnam. Foxconn. And Tag all have manufacturing setup there. It's worth noting that while the apple manufacturer will be going to be at. Phnom. Petron won't necessarily be, making, anything for apple in Vietnam. That said the piece points out that apple has been encouraging suppliers to move production out of China to avoid costly tariffs. Apple's online store went live on the subcontinent today tech crunch says for the first time in more than twenty years since apple began its operations in India, the iphone maker has started selling its products directly to consumers in the world's second largest smartphone market. I don't WANNA get too far ahead of things but moves like this. Could make apple a profitable company?

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West Coast officials are fighting wildfires and misinformation

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:01 min | 2 months ago

West Coast officials are fighting wildfires and misinformation

"News tonight officials in Oregon say they are preparing for a mass fatality incident as devastating wildfires grow larger tonight across the American West Coast the governor of Oregon saying dozens of people are still missing half a million residents in Oregon being ordered to evacuate their homes. Let's see caffeine off. Across the West, an explosion of a raging infernos, devastating and deadly the flames consuming over a million acres. Oregon dozens are missing at least fifteen killed in Oregon, California, and Washington. Among them. Thirteen year old Wyatt Toft and his grandmother Peggy both died in the wildfires in Oregon's Marion, county the boy trying to escape the flames was found in the car with the body of his dog in his lap. More than half a million residents have been ordered to evacuate more than ten percent of the state's population highways packed as residents flee approaching flames marriage to grab my family and my dog and. Supplies but otherwise. Sophal. Just feel sorry for all the people I hopefully they. Got All their animals and stuff. Many coming back to find their neighborhoods incinerated. This was my room. There's my of marquess on wood burning oven in neighboring Washington state, the fire claiming the life of this one year old boy badly burning his parents who are hospitalized in critical condition smoke choked skies casting an eerie orange glow across much of Oregon. And the city of Portland the mayor declaring a state of emergency the air quality here. Now, one of the worst of any major city on earth. The fires across the West fueled by winds and dry conditions climate scientists say hotter and drier temperatures are causing flames to burn with unprecedented intensity. We're in the midst of climate crisis We are experiencing weather conditions, the likes of which we've never experienced in our lifetime we're experiencing what so many people predicted decades and decades ago. But all of that now is reality it's observed satellite images shows smoke smothering the west coast from California to Washington State. A. Hundred major fires are burning over seven thousand square miles an area, the size of New Jersey in California five of the largest wildfires ever burning this year more than fourteen hundred firefighters battling to contain the blazes that has scorched over three point, one million acres fire on all sides all around us all roads and with no end in sight many fearing a scene like this one in Phoenix Oregon these before and after satellite images show the town obliterated. Gone. Try to as much as we could, but we didn't. Statistician. So awful.

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Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott opens up about brother's suicide in new interview

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott opens up about brother's suicide in new interview

"Dak Prescott. He's opening up about his brother's suicide and his own battle with depression. Speaking with sports journalists, Graham Benzinger and Prescott says that the pandemic hit him particularly hard All throughout this this quarantine in this all season. I started experiencing emotions I've never felt before. Anxiety for the main one and then honestly, a couple of days before my brother Passed, I would say I started experiencing depression. Now. He says he did not want to work out and could not sleep. Jace Press God, the middle brother of Tad and Dak. Died on April 24th in Orange, Texas. He was 31 years old. Doc says Jace had a lot of burdens and was the main caregiver to his mother, Peggy during her battle with colon cancer before she died in 13 5 2042.

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Alex Winter on how he and Keanu Reeves brought George Carlin's touching cameo to 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' (spoilers!)

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

06:10 min | 3 months ago

Alex Winter on how he and Keanu Reeves brought George Carlin's touching cameo to 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' (spoilers!)

"Jesse Thorn. Our guest is Alex Winter you probably know him best as bill from bill and Ted along with Keanu reeves he starred in bill and Ted's excellent adventure bill and Ted's bogus journey and the brand new movie bill and Ted face the music. Alex is also a director who's made several documentaries. His latest just came out a couple of months ago it's called show biscuits. It features interviews with former child stars about how their time working in the entertainment industry affected them. Let's get back to the conversation. There's a lot in this in this movie also about parenthood and the ties that bind to their and in particular how children kind of actualize the dreams of their parents in some ways for good and bad. I saw that theme also and show Biz kids. Your documentary that made me wonder if you saw parallel there to do you find that particularly compelling. I was raised by two artists. My parents were modern dancers. My mom had company in London, which is where I was born in my dad ultimately had a company in the Midwest. which is still going on when we moved to the states house quite young. I started out as a child actor professionally by like nine or ten I was working professionally by twelve thirteen I was in two long running probably shows back-back. Took me all the way into college so. My relationship to. My parents and to my family and the complexity of that and this idea of I wouldn't call destiny. That's the sort of of the movies that. But you know this idea of expectation and what is your life supposed to be, and of course, it's never going to be that and it shouldn't be that and and and how do the children affects the parents? How do the parents affect the children and of course now I'm a dad and so how'd now it's a triple layer cake right And Those are all those drams or fusing together and crazy ways and I had really wanted to make a film that allowed people who had experienced this firsthand meaning people that come up as child actors. I wanted them to be able to express the very nuanced layers of of that experience. Intimately I just had not seen that done and I had. you know obviously had done it myself in private, but I'd never kind of attacked at. So you that was very satisfying to be able to make and it was really odd to try to make show Biz because for the first time about ten years ago I couldn't find financing and it was exactly the concept. So it was very very strange to. Lovely. But strange to start making the film, shoot a bunch of interviews go away, make bill and Ted be dealing with you know Ted's problems with his dad our issues with our daughters live and our destiny that didn't end up the way it was supposed to in how did that impact everybody and you know, and then of course, like acting for the first time gangs I left act the acting business in after doing Dylan Ted to really Very consciously, and so acting again and I'm making a movie about child actors about parents and their children and it was it was like Oh did this all really need to happen at once was that necessary? I my Gosh. Every aspect of my entire life right now. So Yeah it was lovely and heavy Frankly yeah. Tell me about that decision to kind of I. Think you said, disappear for a minute and then come back and be doing more behind the scenes work than acting. Well. We talk about it in in show Biz kids and it's really not uncommon. It's. It's you know I had started acting I had a very, very public life from around ten years old to about twenty five on nonstop even through college. I was still acting on TV and doing commercials and TV shows. Nonstop and after bill and Tattoo amid and other film called freaked I was just psychologically. I was just worn out and I knew. That I was not I had some friends around me that were crashing hard at a couple that actually died. It was a pretty heavy scene. For Lot of us that had come up because we're all around the same age. So a lot of us were trying to transition from from you know sort of youth in the business too young adult business. We're not having the best time of it and and at the same time I gone to film school and was very very committed to my work as a writer director But it you know for me, I needed to make a conscious decision to get out of the public eye and just go live some normal life and I didn't feel like I'd really gotten to do that through pretty. Formative Adolescence and postal license and. Evan Rachel Wood speaks about this really well in the in the movie sodas will we? All everyone had the same experience I was sitting across from Diana Kerry, the hundred year old woman who was baby peggy, and she literally laid out my entire life story was completely jaw dropping. And that's what had happened to her when she had to really figure life out and she had to get away from the business and. And just be in the world and that's what I did I left. I left my acting representation and I moved and started a production company in London and I just shot commercials and wrote scripts and had a kid and live like regular Joe and. Got My head together and did some growing up and when I felt comfortable again, I started training again to act that was a while ago I just wanted to act for myself I didn't WanNA act. NAFTA, worry about it for paycheck I trained for a long time and it was just coincidentally had started kind of rumble back into life. But it was really lovely. It was a great way to come back can't owner. He's like, what am I, very, very dearest and closest friends in the world and. Everyone on that sat was family and if they weren't, they were really gracious and very happy to be there. So it was extremely sweet environment to step back into but Yeah, it was fun. But I I guess I needed the twenty five year break I I took it.

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Victims give impact statements at Golden State Killer sentencing

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Victims give impact statements at Golden State Killer sentencing

"The man who has confessed to being the Golden State killer is back in court. Today in Sacramento, KCBS is Megan Goldsby reports from the state Capitol. He's listening to impact statements from his victims, their statements of anger, hate and pain but also some of forgiveness and just confusion. Peggy was 15 when she was raped repeatedly by Joseph D'Angelo after he broke into her Sacramento home in 1976, tying up her sister in the next room. We were lucky he didn't kill us, she said, Like many victims have that she's been plagued by nightmares after 42 years. I still always look over my shoulder when someone approaches me from behind. I still sleep with two phones in the keys on the bed when my husband is away and I still check windows and doors multiple times before ing before going to bed when I'm alone, D'Angelo has admitted to 13 murders and 50 rapes from 1975 to 1986, along with kidnapping, robbery and some other crimes. A plea deal will mean that the former police officer will spend life in prison as opposed to the death penalty. The sentencing is Friday. Here in Sacramento. Carol Daily, read a statement from rape victim Cathy Rogers. The nightmare has ended. He is the one forever alone. In the dark in Sacramento. Megan Gold Speak KCBS

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Tropical storm warning for Washington, D.C.-area as Isaias to unleash very heavy rain, strong winds

Rush Limbaugh

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Tropical storm warning for Washington, D.C.-area as Isaias to unleash very heavy rain, strong winds

"Metro metro metro area area area is is is under under under a a tropical tropical storm storm warning. Is this National Weather Service forecast, sir Jeremy Geiger. It's gonna start affecting areas probably late tonight early tomorrow and then continue into the afternoon AA AA on Tuesday. I think the main impact with D C Metro area will probably be some strong winds. We could see some 40 50 miles for August. 4 to 6 inches of rain, he says, is also possible with those winds and rain come power outages. Potentially Dominion Power says it's ready for whatever happens. This is what we do We respond where big planners we've been planning all weekend watching the storm. Peggy Fox Dominion Energy spokesperson says Virginia customers should also get ready to potentially lose power. We want everyone to know we're ready, but we also want people prepare themselves because if you do lose power, you want to make sure you've got your own emergency kit. Our pervert W E mail and w e mail dot com meteorologist Chad Myers says he says

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Tropical storm warning for Washington, D.C. metro area as Isaias to unleash very heavy rain, strong winds

Rush Limbaugh

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Tropical storm warning for Washington, D.C. metro area as Isaias to unleash very heavy rain, strong winds

"Coming coming coming in in in the the the D D D C C C metro metro metro area area area is is is under under under a a tropical tropical storm storm warning. Is this National Weather Service forecast, sir Jeremy Geiger. It's gonna start affecting areas probably late tonight early tomorrow and then continue into the afternoon AA AA on Tuesday. I think the main impact with D C Metro area will probably be some strong winds. We could see some 40 50 miles for August. 4 to 6 inches of rain, he says, is also possible with those winds and rain come power outages. Potentially Dominion Power says it's ready for whatever happens. This is what we do We respond where big planners we've been planning all weekend watching the storm. Peggy Fox Dominion Energy spokesperson says Virginia customers should also get ready to potentially lose power. We want everyone to know we're ready, but we also want people prepare themselves because if you do lose power, you want to make sure you've got your own emergency kit. Our pervert W E mail and

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Augmented-reality headset maker Magic Leap Inc. named Peggy Johnson, a top Microsoft Corp. official, as its new chief executive officer

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Augmented-reality headset maker Magic Leap Inc. named Peggy Johnson, a top Microsoft Corp. official, as its new chief executive officer

"The augmented reality headset maker Magic leap is getting a new CEO PECCI, Johnson she's the former head of business development at Microsoft. Johnson is the one who led Microsoft's acquisitions of companies like Lincoln and get hub, and she oversaw the company's corporate. Venture Capital Fund as well. Johnson will be taken number magic leap on August. I N, she'll be working to help the company. Continue its shift in focus from the consumer market to more enterprise customers.

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041 - Investing In Rental Properties

Live Blissed Out

16:44 min | 5 months ago

041 - Investing In Rental Properties

"This is episode forty one on the list our podcast did you know that historically in the United States? A red door signified that a homeless, a safe place for travelers to stop and rest. He people would paint their doors. Read to communicate that they are welcoming. It is a sign of inclusion and signifies that they value community. Hello action takers welcome to live blissed out a podcast where I have authentic conversations with business owners and subject matter experts to help us get the scoop, the four, one one, and the low down on a variety of topics, tired of hesitating or making decisions without having the big picture WanNa be in the know then. This is the place to go I'm your host Mersa Houston helping achieve bliss through awareness and action. Thanks for joining me the information opinions and recommendations presented in this podcast are for general information. Information only and any reliance on the information provided in this podcast is done at your own risk. This podcast should not be considered professional advice. Sending a coffee Mug shot. Shout out to Peggy L. IN CENTENNIAL COLORADO. Thanks for filling my Coffee Cup Peggy and being such a cool being. If you'd like to help, keep me fueled head over delivery style, dot com, and click on the caffeinate Matab to give me a boost and redeem your bonus as a thank you for supporting the show joining me is. The Mozart of real estate at the Denver one hundred whether you're buying your dream home or selling one. Tim makes it happen. Tim, we'll orchestrate the buying and selling of your real estate with is finally to knowledge of relevant market trends, maximizing Internet and online state of the art, high traffic exposure expertise in negotiating skills attention to every detail with trusting confidence, resulting top dollar for his. His clients. If you're investing in residential real estate, he can make your profits. or Tim serves as the President of the board of directors for the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation and chair of the Grievance Committee for the Aurora Association of Realtors. He is a twenty year member of the Littleton Symphony and is dedicated twenty years of life in the Colorado Army National Guard. Tim gives back. Back tastes community clients and service providers to learn more visit Tim Hoi men Dot Com, searching for a minimal versatile handheld Tripod look no further switch pod works with any camera from a phone to a DSL LAR and simplifies video. Making switch pod is lightweight compact in nearly indestructible. It will save you time between shots, so you can focus more on shooting and less on messing with. With your gear just head over to the partners tab at liberalist out dot com and click on the switchboard link to let them know. I sent you and help support the show. Hey, Tim, it's great to have you on the show today. Well, thanks for having me really appreciate it Marissa well. I'm looking forward to talking to you about rental properties. There are many reasons why. Why people want to purchase a home as we all know, people buy homes because they plan on living in them, or perhaps they're moving to a different location, and they need to get a home, or they're up sizing downsizing. There's many reasons, but in particular we're going to be going through the process of how to consider using property for either investment or current income, so like to. To start by asking you. What are some of the considerations that somebody should have if they were to decide to buy a rental property in terms of the purpose whether they want to use it long term, or as a way to increase their income on a monthly basis, I'm a big proponent of long term planning and long term thinking so really. There are strategies that I. I look at when a person is thinking about going into the landlord business. I is understanding that you are buying future income, so you are sacrificing a little bit now for the future, secondly is appreciation. The way houses appreciate in price is a bonus. I don't really consider that a primary factor but man. It's really good if you look at the history of owning houses third you. You. WanNa buy quality or break, even cash flow properties, so the cash flow at the beginning isn't so important, because the goal is that you own rental properties free and clear me no mortgage. That's where the magic is with owning investment properties speaking of that then how do we get to that point? So? Of course we're going to be talking about money and how the money? Money is going to be invested and there many ways to approach that we can put a minimum down payment and get a mortgage. We can put a larger down payment. We could probably cut the amount of payments that we put in so that we can own the home faster, or we can even pay in cash if we have it. So what are some of the options there? There and the pros and cons because I'm sure there are benefits to certain decisions, and I'd like to get a better understanding as to what we should be thinking about when we're thinking about making the investment while the first call would be to your realtor who is knowledgeable on rental properties and how that works, and typically your realtor really needs to own rental properties themselves so. So they have a better understanding of that. Really it's also up to the lender that you talk to to get that down typically, if you're buying and investment property, which means, you would not be living in it. You do have to put about twenty five percent down. That's a really good number to have. It gets you the better interest rate in it eliminates mortgage insurance which all. All has to do with cash flow another methodology of doing it though is if you're younger and you don't mind moving a few times, you can buy a property with the mindset that I'm going to turn this into a rental property and you can do that a few times over I recommend that people stay for at least two years in the House that they have gone. Gone cash is always king. You'll end up getting a better price on the house and the cash flow is immediate, but you wanna look and see what is the best fit for you based upon the cash flow, and what's called Roi, which is return on investment? Basically what percentage rate you're getting on the money you put in? We come across a lot of realtors in every realtor. Realtor as far as I'm aware, at least they specialize in different things. So how do I know what to ask in? How do I look for realtor? That has a really good knowledge specifically, when it comes to investing in real estate for some sort of rental income, there's questions you can ask real estate agents to Kinda Fair it out if they know about mental properties one. One is tell me what the ROI would be on rental properties if they don't know what that means, that's probably a good sign me, not WanNa. Use Them. I would ask them how many rental properties they own, and how many rental properties have they helped? Clients by those are the types of questions that you can ask also another great way of finding out who the good realtors. Realtors czar is cost some of the property management companies around and ask them. Who would you recommend I'm looking at buying rental properties? What real estate agents would you recommend that I use? That's a really good tip. Actually because they come across realtors that really specialize in this area, and so they'd be able to direct people to the right realtor that has experience in that area. Speaking of property management companies then when we're considering a property for this purpose, they're obviously different property types that we need to be thinking about. For example we want a duplex. Do we want the Condo a patio home single family home? Do we want to be in an area that has an Hoa or not, because there are definite advantages, and maybe disadvantages to those decisions based on our ultimate objective. So how do we decipher what the property type is that we should consider? That's something that our realtor could help us. Think about yes, absolutely and really the way you. You look at it is a term called risk versus reward. If you're willing to take more risk, the rewards are greater so for example when you're dealing with a town home or a condo. You don't have to take care of the outside. That's typically covered in the homeowners association dues not always, but usually. If you're risk averse to having to pay for things like roofs, exterior paint, also landscaping that can be very expensive. You may be better off going to a town home or a condo. The return is going to be a little bit less though the Roi will. will be a smaller percentage. That's really how you look at it. It all up to the individual how they WANNA do it. The same applies with property management. If you want a property manager to help you, there's no real standard rate typically somewhere between seven to ten percent of the monthly income that you received so that's going to take away from your our ally, but that means you manage it yourself, and they're certainly risks and rewards to that as well so it all depends on the individual, and what type of risk. They're willing to take getting into that then. Then in terms of managing yourself. I think that one of the things that people get concerned about is that they don't know enough about how to so. For example we have laws to consider we have to find the right tenants that we know are going to appreciate being in the home and taking care of the home end being their long-term. If that's what we're looking for, and then there's maintenance issues to consider as well as general expenses that sometimes we don't even think about front, so not sense. How do we go about learning about how we should handle? Handle it if we decide that we would like to do it ourselves. Versus hiring a professional are certainly books out there that you can read one that I read was called landlord. It's a really good book. The other way is your real estate agent should be able to help you navigate some of these things as well go online. Go to YouTube. You can do videos. There's plenty of information out there about how to do it yourself. If you're doing landlord, but certainly your real estate agent, they're knowledgeable in the investing side of things should be able to guide you. You and help you get started with that I've done that many times, so in other words do your research right I mean. There's a lot of tools and resources. Now that we have access to that. We never had before and that way. If we can gather as much information, upfront as possible will be more prepared. Absolutely real estate attorneys are real good resources well, they can do lease agreements for you. They can do. LLC's all sorts of things like that to help you. Protect yourself and have a good experience having rental properties. How do we know when it's? It's the right time. The values of properties increase and decrease in things fluctuate, and sometimes you're thinking to yourself. Oh, it might be a good time to invest. Because property values are higher now, and in some cases you're thinking. No, actually it's better to wait until they get lower. And of course we don't know we don't know when things are going to go up and down. They change a lot. So how do we know when we should start thinking about this? If this is an avenue that we want to pursue in the future well first of all I, think. Think, we can all say that it doesn't matter if it's nineteen. Hundred or twenty twenty real estate feels like it's always too expensive. I said that back in the eighties when I bought my first patio home at forty thousand dollars I thought that was ridiculous and boy. I wish I had thirty of those now, so there are things that we can look at and that are localized. The local market is what's important. The Denver Market for example since one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy seven. We've had an annual appreciation on real estate six point one percent even with the. But, there are indicators that I watch for from a localized methodology. The first one is employment, so if the employment numbers are going up now. I'm not talking about unemployment I'm talking about how many new jobs have been added to the market. If it's going up, that's a really good sign once it starts going down. That means it's going to be about twelve to eighteen months and real estate prices are going to start going down. That's typically what happened. Not always supply and demand is second, the greater the supply, the last demand, the lesser appreciation we have in houses, and that also affects rental rates and thirties affordability. How affordable! Affordable is the area that you're looking at. Those are the three things that I focused on when I look at. Is it a good time to buy or not? For the last five years up until last year, I was telling people. It's not a good time to buy. Because pricing was just not there. It's starting to now. We're starting to see home starting to cash flow, and that's the other thing that we look at so hope that answers your question in a nutshell, it definitely does him. This might not be the right fit for certain people, and so what I'd like to get a sense of is what does it. It typically look like to be a land owner to be somebody who's renting out property. What are some expectations that you need to have to determine whether or not? This is the right approach something that you should be thinking about for yourself well. There's a couple of things one of the things that I do sit down with people and talk about is how much extra money at retirement you want, and that helps me and where they're at as far as do. They want to be a landlord or not. Is there risk? Yes, you have to be able to not take personally when somebody would burger up your place and it's. It's probably going to happen. You do have to set money aside for repairs. You also have to look at things long. If you're not looking at it long term and have the discipline to look at it long term, this may not be the right fit for you. Everybody's heard of fixing flips. I typically don't like doing that, but in this case you WANNA, hold pay it off as quickly as possible so that your properties are free and clear and understand that you may have to go in and do some repair work, and if you're not comfortable doing that, it's probably not right for you, but if you have a long-term. long-term mindset and attitude, it's a great way to have additional income when you're retired. Coming in every single month, bats the goal, so in other words you need to understand what is required of you and how that's going to look in terms of how you're going to participate in the process, and if you don't feel it, something that you can do yourself, or at least be a part of an are not even interested in doing it then, perhaps, it's not a right fit, but if you feel like you're excited about it, and it's something you really want to be involved in this. Be something to consider not being involved with. With it, you can't have property management do that and that's perfectly fine. The real question is are you willing to look at this long term? Are you willing to make a little bit of sacrifice now for later? That's a really good tipped him. If people wanted to get a hold of you and ask you about more information regarding this, how do they reach you? There's a couple of different ways you can reach me by phone by number is three, zero, three, six, six, nine, two, six, seven six. You can email me at T -pointment H., Y. M. N. at Diene one hundred dot com. I'm more than happy to answer. Answer any questions that you would have. No obligation won't sign you up for anything and on a monthly basis on the third Thursday of the month. If you do live in Denver, I have a meeting and we talk about how to be a landlord, and what issues there are, and what is the name of this group that you have on a monthly basis, Tim? It's called my wake up money team and the wake up money stands for if you wake up in the morning and you have this income coming in. Would it feel good? And of course the answer is yeah. It's great to know that people have more resources. Resources and information so that they can make the best decisions for themselves. Thank you so much. Tim I really appreciate all his invaluable information. You shared with us today. It was really great having you on the show. Well, it's my pleasure. Thank you so much. Marissa. That's all for this episode of Live blissed out. Thanks for listening and thanks to Tim. Hoi Men for being my guest. If you find value in our show, please visit live blissed out dot com to reach out, subscribe and share on social media. This show is made possible through listeners like you. Thank you so long for now and remember to keep moving forward.

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041 - Investing In Rental Properties

Live Blissed Out

16:44 min | 5 months ago

041 - Investing In Rental Properties

"This is episode forty one on the list our podcast did you know that historically in the United States? A red door signified that a homeless, a safe place for travelers to stop and rest. He people would paint their doors. Read to communicate that they are welcoming. It is a sign of inclusion and signifies that they value community. Hello action takers welcome to live blissed out a podcast where I have authentic conversations with business owners and subject matter experts to help us get the scoop, the four, one one, and the low down on a variety of topics, tired of hesitating or making decisions without having the big picture WanNa be in the know then. This is the place to go I'm your host Mersa Houston helping achieve bliss through awareness and action. Thanks for joining me the information opinions and recommendations presented in this podcast are for general information. Information only and any reliance on the information provided in this podcast is done at your own risk. This podcast should not be considered professional advice. Sending a coffee Mug shot. Shout out to Peggy L. IN CENTENNIAL COLORADO. Thanks for filling my Coffee Cup Peggy and being such a cool being. If you'd like to help, keep me fueled head over delivery style, dot com, and click on the caffeinate Matab to give me a boost and redeem your bonus as a thank you for supporting the show joining me is. The Mozart of real estate at the Denver one hundred whether you're buying your dream home or selling one. Tim makes it happen. Tim, we'll orchestrate the buying and selling of your real estate with is finally to knowledge of relevant market trends, maximizing Internet and online state of the art, high traffic exposure expertise in negotiating skills attention to every detail with trusting confidence, resulting top dollar for his. His clients. If you're investing in residential real estate, he can make your profits. or Tim serves as the President of the board of directors for the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation and chair of the Grievance Committee for the Aurora Association of Realtors. He is a twenty year member of the Littleton Symphony and is dedicated twenty years of life in the Colorado Army National Guard. Tim gives back. Back tastes community clients and service providers to learn more visit Tim Hoi men Dot Com, searching for a minimal versatile handheld Tripod look no further switch pod works with any camera from a phone to a DSL LAR and simplifies video. Making switch pod is lightweight compact in nearly indestructible. It will save you time between shots, so you can focus more on shooting and less on messing with. With your gear just head over to the partners tab at liberalist out dot com and click on the switchboard link to let them know. I sent you and help support the show. Hey, Tim, it's great to have you on the show today. Well, thanks for having me really appreciate it Marissa well. I'm looking forward to talking to you about rental properties. There are many reasons why. Why people want to purchase a home as we all know, people buy homes because they plan on living in them, or perhaps they're moving to a different location, and they need to get a home, or they're up sizing downsizing. There's many reasons, but in particular we're going to be going through the process of how to consider using property for either investment or current income, so like to. To start by asking you. What are some of the considerations that somebody should have if they were to decide to buy a rental property in terms of the purpose whether they want to use it long term, or as a way to increase their income on a monthly basis, I'm a big proponent of long term planning and long term thinking so really. There are strategies that I. I look at when a person is thinking about going into the landlord business. I is understanding that you are buying future income, so you are sacrificing a little bit now for the future, secondly is appreciation. The way houses appreciate in price is a bonus. I don't really consider that a primary factor but man. It's really good if you look at the history of owning houses third you. You. WanNa buy quality or break, even cash flow properties, so the cash flow at the beginning isn't so important, because the goal is that you own rental properties free and clear me no mortgage. That's where the magic is with owning investment properties speaking of that then how do we get to that point? So? Of course we're going to be talking about money and how the money? Money is going to be invested and there many ways to approach that we can put a minimum down payment and get a mortgage. We can put a larger down payment. We could probably cut the amount of payments that we put in so that we can own the home faster, or we can even pay in cash if we have it. So what are some of the options there? There and the pros and cons because I'm sure there are benefits to certain decisions, and I'd like to get a better understanding as to what we should be thinking about when we're thinking about making the investment while the first call would be to your realtor who is knowledgeable on rental properties and how that works, and typically your realtor really needs to own rental properties themselves so. So they have a better understanding of that. Really it's also up to the lender that you talk to to get that down typically, if you're buying and investment property, which means, you would not be living in it. You do have to put about twenty five percent down. That's a really good number to have. It gets you the better interest rate in it eliminates mortgage insurance which all. All has to do with cash flow another methodology of doing it though is if you're younger and you don't mind moving a few times, you can buy a property with the mindset that I'm going to turn this into a rental property and you can do that a few times over I recommend that people stay for at least two years in the House that they have gone. Gone cash is always king. You'll end up getting a better price on the house and the cash flow is immediate, but you wanna look and see what is the best fit for you based upon the cash flow, and what's called Roi, which is return on investment? Basically what percentage rate you're getting on the money you put in? We come across a lot of realtors in every realtor. Realtor as far as I'm aware, at least they specialize in different things. So how do I know what to ask in? How do I look for realtor? That has a really good knowledge specifically, when it comes to investing in real estate for some sort of rental income, there's questions you can ask real estate agents to Kinda Fair it out if they know about mental properties one. One is tell me what the ROI would be on rental properties if they don't know what that means, that's probably a good sign me, not WanNa. Use Them. I would ask them how many rental properties they own, and how many rental properties have they helped? Clients by those are the types of questions that you can ask also another great way of finding out who the good realtors. Realtors czar is cost some of the property management companies around and ask them. Who would you recommend I'm looking at buying rental properties? What real estate agents would you recommend that I use? That's a really good tip. Actually because they come across realtors that really specialize in this area, and so they'd be able to direct people to the right realtor that has experience in that area. Speaking of property management companies then when we're considering a property for this purpose, they're obviously different property types that we need to be thinking about. For example we want a duplex. Do we want the Condo a patio home single family home? Do we want to be in an area that has an Hoa or not, because there are definite advantages, and maybe disadvantages to those decisions based on our ultimate objective. So how do we decipher what the property type is that we should consider? That's something that our realtor could help us. Think about yes, absolutely and really the way you. You look at it is a term called risk versus reward. If you're willing to take more risk, the rewards are greater so for example when you're dealing with a town home or a condo. You don't have to take care of the outside. That's typically covered in the homeowners association dues not always, but usually. If you're risk averse to having to pay for things like roofs, exterior paint, also landscaping that can be very expensive. You may be better off going to a town home or a condo. The return is going to be a little bit less though the Roi will. will be a smaller percentage. That's really how you look at it. It all up to the individual how they WANNA do it. The same applies with property management. If you want a property manager to help you, there's no real standard rate typically somewhere between seven to ten percent of the monthly income that you received so that's going to take away from your our ally, but that means you manage it yourself, and they're certainly risks and rewards to that as well so it all depends on the individual, and what type of risk. They're willing to take getting into that then. Then in terms of managing yourself. I think that one of the things that people get concerned about is that they don't know enough about how to so. For example we have laws to consider we have to find the right tenants that we know are going to appreciate being in the home and taking care of the home end being their long-term. If that's what we're looking for, and then there's maintenance issues to consider as well as general expenses that sometimes we don't even think about front, so not sense. How do we go about learning about how we should handle? Handle it if we decide that we would like to do it ourselves. Versus hiring a professional are certainly books out there that you can read one that I read was called landlord. It's a really good book. The other way is your real estate agent should be able to help you navigate some of these things as well go online. Go to YouTube. You can do videos. There's plenty of information out there about how to do it yourself. If you're doing landlord, but certainly your real estate agent, they're knowledgeable in the investing side of things should be able to guide you. You and help you get started with that I've done that many times, so in other words do your research right I mean. There's a lot of tools and resources. Now that we have access to that. We never had before and that way. If we can gather as much information, upfront as possible will be more prepared. Absolutely real estate attorneys are real good resources well, they can do lease agreements for you. They can do. LLC's all sorts of things like that to help you. Protect yourself and have a good experience having rental properties. How do we know when it's? It's the right time. The values of properties increase and decrease in things fluctuate, and sometimes you're thinking to yourself. Oh, it might be a good time to invest. Because property values are higher now, and in some cases you're thinking. No, actually it's better to wait until they get lower. And of course we don't know we don't know when things are going to go up and down. They change a lot. So how do we know when we should start thinking about this? If this is an avenue that we want to pursue in the future well first of all I, think. Think, we can all say that it doesn't matter if it's nineteen. Hundred or twenty twenty real estate feels like it's always too expensive. I said that back in the eighties when I bought my first patio home at forty thousand dollars I thought that was ridiculous and boy. I wish I had thirty of those now, so there are things that we can look at and that are localized. The local market is what's important. The Denver Market for example since one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy seven. We've had an annual appreciation on real estate six point one percent even with the. But, there are indicators that I watch for from a localized methodology. The first one is employment, so if the employment numbers are going up now. I'm not talking about unemployment I'm talking about how many new jobs have been added to the market. If it's going up, that's a really good sign once it starts going down. That means it's going to be about twelve to eighteen months and real estate prices are going to start going down. That's typically what happened. Not always supply and demand is second, the greater the supply, the last demand, the lesser appreciation we have in houses, and that also affects rental rates and thirties affordability. How affordable! Affordable is the area that you're looking at. Those are the three things that I focused on when I look at. Is it a good time to buy or not? For the last five years up until last year, I was telling people. It's not a good time to buy. Because pricing was just not there. It's starting to now. We're starting to see home starting to cash flow, and that's the other thing that we look at so hope that answers your question in a nutshell, it definitely does him. This might not be the right fit for certain people, and so what I'd like to get a sense of is what does it. It typically look like to be a land owner to be somebody who's renting out property. What are some expectations that you need to have to determine whether or not? This is the right approach something that you should be thinking about for yourself well. There's a couple of things one of the things that I do sit down with people and talk about is how much extra money at retirement you want, and that helps me and where they're at as far as do. They want to be a landlord or not. Is there risk? Yes, you have to be able to not take personally when somebody would burger up your place and it's. It's probably going to happen. You do have to set money aside for repairs. You also have to look at things long. If you're not looking at it long term and have the discipline to look at it long term, this may not be the right fit for you. Everybody's heard of fixing flips. I typically don't like doing that, but in this case you WANNA, hold pay it off as quickly as possible so that your properties are free and clear and understand that you may have to go in and do some repair work, and if you're not comfortable doing that, it's probably not right for you, but if you have a long-term. long-term mindset and attitude, it's a great way to have additional income when you're retired. Coming in every single month, bats the goal, so in other words you need to understand what is required of you and how that's going to look in terms of how you're going to participate in the process, and if you don't feel it, something that you can do yourself, or at least be a part of an are not even interested in doing it then, perhaps, it's not a right fit, but if you feel like you're excited about it, and it's something you really want to be involved in this. Be something to consider not being involved with. With it, you can't have property management do that and that's perfectly fine. The real question is are you willing to look at this long term? Are you willing to make a little bit of sacrifice now for later? That's a really good tipped him. If people wanted to get a hold of you and ask you about more information regarding this, how do they reach you? There's a couple of different ways you can reach me by phone by number is three, zero, three, six, six, nine, two, six, seven six. You can email me at T -pointment H., Y. M. N. at Diene one hundred dot com. I'm more than happy to answer. Answer any questions that you would have. No obligation won't sign you up for anything and on a monthly basis on the third Thursday of the month. If you do live in Denver, I have a meeting and we talk about how to be a landlord, and what issues there are, and what is the name of this group that you have on a monthly basis, Tim? It's called my wake up money team and the wake up money stands for if you wake up in the morning and you have this income coming in. Would it feel good? And of course the answer is yeah. It's great to know that people have more resources. Resources and information so that they can make the best decisions for themselves. Thank you so much. Tim I really appreciate all his invaluable information. You shared with us today. It was really great having you on the show. Well, it's my pleasure. Thank you so much. Marissa. That's all for this episode of Live blissed out. Thanks for listening and thanks to Tim. Hoi Men for being my guest. If you find value in our show, please visit live blissed out dot com to reach out, subscribe and share on social media. This show is made possible through listeners like you. Thank you so long for now and remember to keep moving forward.

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State of Minnesota files civil rights charge against Minneapolis Police Department

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

01:15 min | 6 months ago

State of Minnesota files civil rights charge against Minneapolis Police Department

"The state of Minnesota is launching a civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis police department our investigation will look at the Minneapolis police department over the past ten years to determine if they have utilized systemic discriminatory practices towards people of color we will review the department's trainings policies procedures and practices Minnesota department of human rights commissioner Rebecca Lucero says Minnesota has some of the worst that racial disparities in the country lieutenant governor Peggy Flanagan says systemic racism has permeated our society for hundreds of years and has been a mainstay in the Twin Cities for far too long this is one piece of the puzzle to getting justice for George Floyd in all black Minnesotans who have not been served or protected by the Minneapolis police it is one piece of the puzzle to holding all four officers accountable for George's murder in changing the culture that made them the Minneapolis city council is also in full support of the state investigation in a statement this evening police chief Medaria Arradondo said with the commission's assistance we can take an honest examination at systemic barriers that have prevented us from reaching our greatest potential for those who we

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Freight Train

The Past and the Curious

04:23 min | 6 months ago

Freight Train

"There is a story that Elizabeth cotten got to name herself on the day. She started school. Her parents had a mess of kids and supposedly. They never really agreed on a name to call her when she was born in eighteen. Ninety three or eighteen ninety-five people disagree on birthdate. Which makes sense considering that she'd didn't even have a name anyway. The family just kinda settled into calling her little sister because she was the youngest sister. Of course a moniker. Like that didn't work for the teacher. Who asked for the child's name on the first day of school little sis had always liked the name Elizabeth? So that's what she told the teacher her name was and for the rest of her long and eventful life. That's how she was known though. Many of her friends would one day call her by nickname Lib. Little could she have known when she was just a girl that the name Elizabeth Cottonwood one day wind up in the Smithsonian be announced at the Grammy Awards and even lend itself to a Beautiful Park in Syracuse New York? There's another story about Elizabeth. Many years later as an adult and apparent herself she was working in a department store in Washington. Dc when she encountered a young girl near the same age. Elizabeth had been on that first day of school. This girl was lost and in tears because she had gotten separated from her mother while shopping as any child or parent who has stressful. He lived through. This situation knows it can be terrifying. But Elizabeth was kind and calm and the girl named Peggy immediately trusted her together. The two set out to find the girl's mother it didn't take long. But the chance encounter made history. Elizabeth cotten obviously made an impression on. Peggy's mom a woman named Ruth Crawford seeger because before long Elizabeth was working in their home helping to take care of the three kids cook and clean. They quickly bonded with her and she made the most of her time there. The seekers were a musical family. Father Charles was a musicologist that someone who studies music and how it develops in different cultures he worked for universities and the federal government to help document and preserve the music of African American native American Latin American cultures and more. The mother of the Family Ruth was a music teacher who published a book of Children's songs and the children were very interested in folk music especially the oldest child his name was Pete Seeger and he would be famous musician on his own for years. Elizabeth would share space in the home with the Family. Who's world seem to revolve around making sound? Someone was always learning practicing listening writing or singing. Something new little. Did they know that the woman in their midst was incredible musician herself honestly? Though she was so humble she might never have told them wouldn't stay hidden forever. Though as the days flowed by someone from the family found her playing one of the guitars in the home and in a very unique style that they had never really heard before embarrassed. She apologized for touching their instrument but they were more astonished by what they had just heard. Linda's family back home. In North Carolina had been musical to when she was a girl. Her folks sang spirituals. All the time and her brother had a guitar and Banjo. Which only seem to call to Elizabeth. Whenever he was at work she would sneak into his marvelous sounds. This made her brother angry and she was firmly told not to touch them again but she couldn't help herself. Elizabeth loved the sound of the string instruments. She found them awkward because she was left handed though her solution was to hold them upside down. Putting the low sounding strings. Closer to the grand high-sounding strings. Right up by her face was the opposite way that the instrument was intended but she made it work. She plucked the strings with her fingers. Two or three at a time which could create a counterpoint melodic lines at the same time. It's not easy to do but Elizabeth methodically learned to do it. When her brother's work schedule allowed of course eventually her brother moved out to start a life outside of the household and he had the nerve to take his own guitar and Banjo with him. This left poor young Lib and quite a dither.

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Freight Train

The Past and the Curious

05:16 min | 6 months ago

Freight Train

"There is a story that Elizabeth cotten got to name herself on the day. She started school. Her parents had a mess of kids and supposedly. They never really agreed on a name to call her when she was born in eighteen. Ninety three or eighteen ninety-five people disagree on birthdate. Which makes sense considering that she'd didn't even have a name anyway. The family just kinda settled into calling her little sister because she was the youngest sister. Of course a moniker. Like that didn't work for the teacher. Who asked for the child's name on the first day of school little sis had always liked the name Elizabeth? So that's what she told the teacher her name was and for the rest of her long and eventful life. That's how she was known though. Many of her friends would one day call her by nickname Lib. Little could she have known when she was just a girl that the name Elizabeth Cottonwood one day wind up in the Smithsonian be announced at the Grammy Awards and even lend itself to a Beautiful Park in Syracuse New York? There's another story about Elizabeth. Many years later as an adult and apparent herself she was working in a department store in Washington. Dc when she encountered a young girl near the same age. Elizabeth had been on that first day of school. This girl was lost and in tears because she had gotten separated from her mother while shopping as any child or parent who has stressful. He lived through. This situation knows it can be terrifying. But Elizabeth was kind and calm and the girl named Peggy immediately trusted her together. The two set out to find the girl's mother it didn't take long. But the chance encounter made history. Elizabeth cotten obviously made an impression on. Peggy's mom a woman named Ruth Crawford seeger because before long Elizabeth was working in their home helping to take care of the three kids cook and clean. They quickly bonded with her and she made the most of her time there. The seekers were a musical family. Father Charles was a musicologist that someone who studies music and how it develops in different cultures he worked for universities and the federal government to help document and preserve the music of African American native American Latin American cultures and more. The mother of the Family Ruth was a music teacher who published a book of Children's songs and the children were very interested in folk music especially the oldest child his name was Pete Seeger and he would be famous musician on his own for years. Elizabeth would share space in the home with the Family. Who's world seem to revolve around making sound? Someone was always learning practicing listening writing or singing. Something new little. Did they know that the woman in their midst was incredible musician herself honestly? Though she was so humble she might never have told them wouldn't stay hidden forever. Though as the days flowed by someone from the family found her playing one of the guitars in the home and in a very unique style that they had never really heard before embarrassed. She apologized for touching their instrument but they were more astonished by what they had just heard. Linda's family back home. In North Carolina had been musical to when she was a girl. Her folks sang spirituals. All the time and her brother had a guitar and Banjo. Which only seem to call to Elizabeth. Whenever he was at work she would sneak into his marvelous sounds. This made her brother angry and she was firmly told not to touch them again but she couldn't help herself. Elizabeth loved the sound of the string instruments. She found them awkward because she was left handed though her solution was to hold them upside down. Putting the low sounding strings. Closer to the grand high-sounding strings. Right up by her face was the opposite way that the instrument was intended but she made it work. She plucked the strings with her fingers. Two or three at a time which could create a counterpoint melodic lines at the same time. It's not easy to do but Elizabeth methodically learned to do it. When her brother's work schedule allowed of course eventually her brother moved out to start a life outside of the household and he had the nerve to take his own guitar and Banjo with him. This left poor young Lib and quite a dither. In these days kids would often work to help the family which she did but she also saved some of the money for a guitar her own three dollars and seventy five cents. That is what her first guitar cost. And as she clearly remembered from that point on her poor mother never got any peace and quiet. Every spare moment was filled with music. Which sounds Nice. But you've got to remember. Elizabeth was learning by teaching herself. Luckily she was a quick study. When you spend that much time working hard on something you are bound to improve. That's how it works. She put in the time and before long. Elizabeth was not just playing guitar but playing incredibly well in her own unique finger style and she was also writing songs. One Song she wrote when she was just eleven years old was called freight train. If you'd told young Elizabeth that one day decades

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Always I'm your host Peggy Smedley water great data beyond the radio as we marched toward a world enhanced by artificial intelligence and automation your thoughts the more you chime in the more we can get others to think about this I know it's a tough question and I know we don't have all the answers but unless we start challenging ourselves time for this one but stick around we've got more to come check out our website connected world dot com or the Peggy smedley show dot com stick around to Peggy smelly show the podcasting boy survived.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show the podcasting voice of Iot and digital transformation Elo listeners <hes> welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show my next guest has has expertise in the wireless industry has led the development of more than one hundred unique Wi fi cellular and Bluetooth Iot test and security products. These products are used by law enforcement government and military agencies around the world. I'm pleased to welcome. My Friends Got Schroeder C._E._O.. Berkeley Vera Tron ix cyber-security subject matter expert and the author of hacked again Scott Welcome back to the show great to be back your how you've been there peggy. It is great. Hey Scott we're going to narrow in today which I love this topic because after we see what's going on with Equifax and everybody else these days you know we see so many hacks I loved today. We're going to talk specifically about credit credit card skimmers. I just love the idea we're going to narrow in on something today. Let's educate our listeners who might not even know what that is. I love that topic. Let's talk yeah absolutely a credit card skimmers. It's really nothing new. It's really just evolved as they keep exploiting and realizing these cyber thieves how easy it is to compromise our credit cards and that's at the A._t._m.'s and especially at the gas pumps as of late so even even though credit cards continue to get more secure as they try to get away from MAG stripe the cybercriminals continue to find ways that they could skim or steel our credit card numbers just because all our cards still have MAG stripes on the back of them and that's where the problem continues to grow right now. Consumers are losing over two billion dollars annually around the globe so it's become a serious problem and law enforcement. I meant national weights and measures and then certainly companies like us or develop and technology so we can fight back against the cybercriminals well think about the Scott I mean if thirty seven million Americans refuel every day and a and we're paying about twenty nine million for fuel with just a credit or debit card you know the question is how do you actually tell you know that they've been illegally installed. I have to admit I have never ever looked now. I don't typically Dr that often but I have put in a credit card into a pump and I've never looked to see if there's you know a skimmer on a gas pump ever. I've never looked. I'm probably the first one to admit that right here now but now I'm going to be paying more attention to it. I've just never thought to look at a gas pump like that and you're not alone most of us. We feel comfortable. Maybe at a local gas station but especially when we travel going up and down the interstate and unfamiliar gas station we have to be extra extra careful and they're what's happening is skimmers are being placed in different spots and all skimmer really is is an additional magnetic read head so when you put your credit card into any type of point of service terminal it's normally processing pose your your Mag Stripe your credit card information of track one and track two and it's processing your credit card as normal so you bought forty dollars worth guess. What have you but that's second head is also making a copy of your credit card and it's stored in a buffer and this could be in a plastic vessel? That's over the top of the existing Basil where your credit card goes in and when you think about it three D. printers have gotten really good they can match the color the where everything and then they just literally will poxy them on there so they place them over a poxy on an inside that basil is hidden a micro magnetic head that actually Skim and steal that credit. Card information when it slides into the slot it's relatively easy to do and even if they're not that crafty you can buy credit card. Skimmers already integrated into the plastic basil that goes over that P._O._S. rate on the gas pump <hes> or the A._T._M.. Any type of system that accepts credit cards. That's scary. It's it's unbelievable. I was doing some researching. You pry answer this better than me. Is it true that they take as many as thirty to one hundred cards per the day that can get compromised at a single pump yes absolutely and in fact high volume gas stations where they're moving through a lot of people there's been upwards of two hundred stolen credit cards reported per pump so think about got a big station. They may have ten or twenty pumps along an interstate it and if cybercriminals places all these skimmers in there they can feel a lot information now. They've gotten savvy. cybercriminals gone one step further oftentimes oftentimes. We're told jiggle the plastic as worry. Put the card in case. There's a skimmer in there. That's good advice however because of the way gas pumps are in this country and the United States specifically. There's a universal locking key so they're six basic accused open up any gasp so there's millions of pumps out there six keys to open them up those keys have been sold illegally on Ebay the dark web other criminal organizations and they're out there so they can get inside of Vinnie gas pump and what they're doing adding the wireless element cybercriminals so they take traditional skimmer and head Bluetooth to it open up the gas pump place it inside connected into the P O s where your card is red closed machine and lock it and it's taken about fifteen seconds for an average cybercriminals to install it and not get caught by camera or a person so they come in the middle of the Night Causing Distraction Plant this Bluetooth skimmer now they have the beauty of driving up in the proximity not at the gas pump they don't even have to go into the law they could be up to about seventy five feet away with their.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show the podcasting voice of Iot and digital transformation. Hello Welcome back to the Peggy smedley show after rising rising to the pinnacle of his profession he was involved in a traffic accident two thousand nine and he lost everything since that time he has applied the same strategies he has taught his clients for decades to rebuild his own life in his business and to come back strong. Please Welcome Back James Arthur Ray entrepreneur author life and business coach James. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me pigging so James. I am very curious. It's now what in your mind is the number one imperative for all of these leaders as we Rach Kinda rapidly are approaching all this idea of Iot a I think all the commercials I've been hearing lately IBM now says A._I.. Why they've switched from Iot to A._I.? So what what do we want to tell all these leaders is they try to focus in on that. What's your advice for them well? I'm gonNA reference an article that was that was published by Bloomberg Oregon March of this year where they stated that seventy percent of the leaders and their their research are quote unfit to lead in today's world and even more unfit as we rapidly move into this mocked in disruptive world in which we're living and there are several reasons that they came up with but I mean that's a big number seventy percent peggy and and go ahead no no no. I was GONNA so they said seventy percent yeah seventy percent and there were several reasons but here let me give you a couple of big ones number one. They stayed the leaders. Don't make decisions quickly enough. And you know that's that's rampant in today's world we want to we want to <hes> analyze to perfection whatever that may mean and what I'm going to suggest. Is that today's perfectionist tomorrow's failure yeah I mean we've we've got to execute. That's the second one that they came up with. Is that not only make decisions quickly enough. They don't take action quickly enough and then it gets into all people things they don't know how to build trust in their teams. They don't know how to motivate and inspire hire people and those are all <hes> grounded in self awareness and emotional intelligence which we don't invest a whole lot of time in unfortunately in our current business world. Is it about <unk> out. self-awareness is what you're saying. Is that what we have to develop because if we don't know how to execute to we have to then develop self awareness so that we can execute yes because the reason we don't make decisions quickly enough. We don't take action quickly. Enough is because we don't know who we are. We don't know our core level values beliefs assumptions. We don't know our purpose in life. We don't know why we're going about business. We are not hardwired for R._O._I.. I suggest we need to look at a new R._O._I.. And Not that I'm anti return on investment not at all but what we really need to look at in today's world is return on impact and return on influence and those that's a whole different kind of our ally in with leaders in today's world who are leading <hes> groups of of the taxes but more so the millennials and those up and coming coming. They don't WanNa play by the same rules. That's just money driven. They want to make an impact. They WANNA make a difference. They WANNA feel like they're doing something that is in alignment with who they are and that's where they typical. Local leaders are really dropping the ball and because of that is it hurting the ability now when you say that they I guess my question is is it emotional intelligence that we need to develop. It's because years ago it was always about perfection. Show is it. It's a and what's happened. There is a generational changing thing is that we need to have different emotional way of thinking. I mean what what is. What is that emotional side of things now? Is it letting go. I mean what what is that. We need to develop. Well a couple of things in your statement first of all I'm going to say something shocking but perfection is the lowest standard on the planet and because it doesn't exist you know perfection all that we can find is perfect imperfection and and we've got to execute more quickly with regard to emotional intelligence research by Daniel Goldman and mini others has proven that emotional intelligence is far and away more protective of business and life success than intellectual intelligence or I q ever will be and yet. We're not again doing a very good the job there and by the way it's it's leaders at all levels you know if you look at the millennials <hes> research proves it while they have a lot of tech intelligence. They're very very low on emotional intelligence what I mean by that. Is that again who am I. How do I feel what's important to me? What am I values? What why do I do what I do and how do I connect and communicate with other people and that goes back to to the Bloomberg Bloomberg is well? We don't build trust and teams. We don't motivate and inspire people because we don't know how to connect and we don't know how to communicate and you can't give what you don't have follow me back you know you you can't give emotional intelligence your team unless you have it for yourself first and foremost so how do you okay so then hearing that so you have to. You're kind of saying you gotTa make faster decisions. You've got to do things according. According to the Bloomberg saying but how do you build that is it you're saying if you get better making faster decisions. You're going to build more cohesive elite performing team or you've got to learn yourself first and that's all going to fall in <music> all into play all into Prac- there you there you go when you learn yourself first and become more self aware more emotionally intelligent. You're going to make faster decisions because you're GonNa know who you are and you're GonNa know why you're doing what you're doing. What you're up to let me give you let me give you a quick study that came off of Wall Street a fifteen year study of companies that paid attention only to the numbers sound familiar <hes> those are rampant uh-huh and over fifteen years they had an average of one hundred and fifty percent increase in their revenues companies that paid attention to the team members interiors? I E self awareness feelings. Values was <hes> emotional intelligence over fifteen years. Their revenues went up fifteen hundred percent. That's staggering and so there's research out there Gallup has done research with fifty thousand thousand teams over one point four million people where they asked individuals who use your strengths every day now this is presupposing. You have enough self awareness to know where your strengths are. Some people don't many people don't but those who say yes. I use my strengths every day in my job. They were thirty eight percent more productive. They had fifty percent higher retention rate of team members. They had forty four percent higher customer satisfaction. I mean he's this. These things are out out there. We're just not paying attention and so coming back to Bloomberg. We're running our businesses based upon an archaic model that is not working and until we shift meaning as leaders individually as well as. Business leaders take the time to step back and explore deeply who we are and why we do what we do and what's important to us. We're not going to get there. Do you think business leaders want to take time or right now. They're looking at look. I care only about the bottom row lot the bottom line right now. We've got about thirty seconds. What do you think they don't want to take the time? I talked to leaders every single day and they're like Oh. We're too busy. <hes> you know I I need to increase my revenues by twenty thirty percent over the next year well. I'm telling you how to do it but you're not listening show. There's downside because is when we see an economic downturn. What are they going to do that because they didn't build the team? They didn't take the time so that's going to be for the next time you come back. James Arthur Ray entrepreneur author and life and business coasts work. My listeners go because we're going to have to teach them next time. James Ray dot com is where they can find everything that we're up to these days. I hope you'll visit all right. Hey thank you as always I love. You is give me something to leave and think about so. I love it when you come on the show. Thank you for your time today..

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Aw. Welcome back to the Peggy's medley show. The podcasting voice of I T and digital transformation. Hello and welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show. I'm your host Peggy Smedley, my I guess founded a financial trading software company then in nineteen ninety one he joined his four brothers at the family company. Please welcome Greg. Bentley CEO of Bentley systems. Gregg, welcome to the show. I'm at your service. Well, Greg, I'm delighted to have you on the show because Bentley systems is rock in the construction space and infrastructure, and so we've we've been covering Bentley for a long time. But this is the first time you've been on the show. So I'm thrilled to have young. Peggy I enjoy your podcast. Well, let's talk about it. You know, right now the space. I appreciate that the space is growing. Bentley systems is really been taking a commanding position in really trying to help the construction industry. The building space really understand when you think about all the tapping. And right now, we're looking at what's happening in the open source space right now. And one of the reasons I wanted to talk with you folks is when I was at year of infrastructure this year, you all really talked about open source and the decision to really look at that right now. And I'm kind of curious from your perspective, why it's valuable to the construction industry because we've seen an industry that many have said for years, it's laggards. But you, and I both know that's not true. This industry is forward thinking, and that's what's made them. So successful through many downturns. Many ups turns every which way you can think about it, and you seen it and you've helped them become very progressive. And a lot of ways. Well, what we wanna help with we call it going digital. But we mean something in particular by going digital Peggy say when the result of one computerized workflow can be the beginning of another computerized workflow, and they can be linked together, and automated and replicated you then have digital workflows that can improve the quality and the throughput of what we do in construction, and sort of our our realization is that the scope of benefit you can get from the repeatability and the automation of of automating digital workflows. It's a nother level of improvement. You can get if you go beyond what you would connect within one discipline or one trade, and you if you could have an open information project as a whole for a infrastructure project delivery. The scope of on the mation from one workflow step to the next can be an order of magnitude more beneficial. So we would say open information project sort of a protocol where everyone expects and enables the other disciplines and participants and project phases to be connected together that that is where that the tension can most be realized from going digital. But there until this year, I think it wasn't quite so possible as it now is to do this in a big way as we now can do with what we call project digital twins. It's interesting that you talk about that, Greg. Because when we look at things that can't be digitalized digitisation that we talk about and improving quality because projects have to be humming along when we say that so much when we look at this from margins being so thin and the ability to communicate in an open fashion that you just described and projects being able to be automated is something in a lot of ways. We never really saw so much in the field to be office. How do you see that realization that you just described happening in a way, that's driving standards somewhat that you just talked about because I think we need to get much better information in infrastructure project delivery and to get closer. So that we're cheating all of these in an open information environment. That we haven't had but the goal is to achieve that you just described is that really possible or we still many years away from it. Now,

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"So as always this is the Peggy sped show, the podcasting voice of IOT and relevant technology. Remember with great technology comes rate responsibility will be right back. Everyone is constantly on the go and relying on technology can help keep us in the no use your voice activated service to connect to the most influential internet of things pond cats. It's the simplest Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Listen to current and archived shows or let Alexa assist you in subscribing. Never miss an episode. Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Construct TV your fierce advocates for construction construct TV digs into infrastructure drills into global economic conditions. It is changing the talent gap narrative adopting a new vision, and a voice to the new skilled worker and construction all with the help of technology construct TV, everything you need for infrastructure, labor, and technology like share and subscribed to construct tech TV at YouTube dot com forward slash construct activity. Peggy is taking it on the road and twenty nineteen with live audio video and onsite appearances the Peggy Smedley show, we'll be live at CS world of concrete, the international builders show mobile world, congress and the.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show. The podcasting voice of I t and digital transformation. Luck back to the Peggy spend the show. I'm your host Peggy Smedley. My first guest is still engineering leader with more than twenty years of professional practice in water resources, transportation and land development. She is passionate about a civil engineering and the benefits of infrastructure for communities, especially transportation systems. Please join me in welcoming Christina swallow, president of the American society of civil engineers, Christina welcome to the show in mining. Thank you for having me, so Christina. We've been talking about the American society of civil engineers grade that gave America's infrastructure and clearly was a failing grade. Now, I'm not saying it didn't deserve it. But you know, in twenty seventeen that deep loss on its report card says that it's something that we need to look at twenty thirteen that grade wasn't any better. But. What do we need to do when we look at that? I mean talk about maybe my question. I should ask you as give some background on that. Because I've talked about this several times, maybe for listeners who don't know how did that report card come about. And why is this country doing so poorly? So that we understand our report card like this gets created and great questions to start with how and why it got together. So the American society of civil engineers has been producing a infrastructure report card for roughly twenty years every four years that for your timeframe gives us some time to do the actual work of putting it together. Also gives us time to assess if there's been any changes since the last one the report card is put together by a committee of over thirty technical experts. They review all the data and reports they consult with the industry leaders. And then they assign. Fine grades for sixteen categories of infrastructure. The categories include aviation bridges drinking water hazardous waste rail. School Solloway transit wastewater the spectrum sixteen categories. They assign the grades using a letter grade format from a which is exceptional. I mean, we all went to school. We know a is fantastic to S which is a failing or critical grades are assigned based on eight different criteria. So it's not just current condition, which I think sometimes people think about, but and condition definitely one of.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Signal to noise like Ronnie term with new relevance on the internet connected world media cut through the noise of data overload and find you the signal of important information information that will keep you current and aware of context. In the internet of things, Peggy Smedley shares her insights on his show and in connected world magazine all online at connected world dot com. Stay current and competitive at connected world box. Thank you for listening to WS radio, improve your business and your life with useful information from experts and thought leaders. WS radio is radio with ROI. With technology comes great responsibility, follow internet of things, tech expert in futures, Peggy Smedley repeatedly ranked as a top. I o t and m to m influence or go to piggy underscore Smedley on Twitter for her take on the latest tech news and lively interviews with other industry insiders on her weekly radio show, visit Twitter dot com, and search for piggy underscore Smedley to follow her today. Video consumption is on the rise. So to reach this audience constrict beg, Zine created construct TV constructed TV construction professionals, leverage emerging solutions to better their business. June Indyk, construct dot TV, catch the latest show on first and third Tuesday of each month like viewing subscribed to construct TEK dot TV, freeing dynamic video to construction. Did you know the majority of radio listeners are between the ages of thirty five and fifty four have a household income of more than one hundred thousand dollars are classified as executives or professionals and share the show they listened to become part of the piggy spent showed reach listeners looking for information on connected devices through cost, effective radio commercials, or segment sponsorships contact us at six, three, zero, nine, three, zero, eight, four, four for more information or visit Peggy Smedley showed dot com. Small businesses are the lifeblood of America's economy every Thursday SBA radio interviews, industry professionals and is dedicated to provide small businesses with timely insights and innovations. Visit WWW SBA radio dot US for details education, industry experts back to the basics is your company using the internet of things to its fullest potential enlist the piggies Smedley institute and its team of experts to create a customized plan for how to apply the not to your specific needs, learn everything you need to know to achieve tangible business outcomes in today's digital economy, contacts at six, three zero nine, three, three zero eight, four, four, six, three zero nine, three, three, zero, eight, four, four or visit learned. I o t dot com.

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RobinLynne

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on RobinLynne

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The Peggy Smedley Show

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Thank you for listening to w s radio improve your business and your life with useful information from experts and thought leaders w s radio wiz radio with roy and would return knowledge he come great responsibility follow internet of things tech expert in futurist peggy's repeatedly ranked as a top i o t an embassy m influence or go to peggy underscore smedley on twitter people who take on the latest tech news and lively interviews with other industry insiders upon her weekly radio show visit twitter dot com and search for picky underscores smedley to follow her today on video consumption is on the rise so to reached his audience construct tick magazine created construct checked tv constructing tv yields construction professional leverage emerging solutions to better their business tune deconstructed dot tv catch the latest show at the first and third tuesday of each month like view and subscribe to construct tick dot tv bringing dynamic video to construction did you know the majority of radio listeners are between the ages of thirty five and fifty four have a household income of more than one hundred thousand dollars are classified as executives or professionals and share the show they listen to become part of the peggy smedley showed reach listeners looking for information unconnected devices through costeffective radio commercials or segment sponsorships contact us at six three zero nine 330 eight four four for more information or visit peggy smedley showed dot com small businesses are the lifeblood of america's economy every thursday sba radio interviews industry professionals at is dedicated to provide small businesses with timely insights and innovations visit www spa radio dot u s for details education industry experts backtobasics is your company using the internet of things to its fullest potential enlist the biggest madly institute and its team of experts to create a customized plan for how to apply the iot through your specific needs everything you need to know to achieve tangible business outcomes in today's digital economy contact us at six three zero nine three three zero away four four at six three zero nine three three zero away poor poor or visit learn it i o two dot com.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"On right here see yes so stick around we've got more to come we're going to take a quick commercial break and if you've got thoughts are you wanna know you want me to tell you all bader right here at sea yes just tweet at me at peggy underscore smedley or connected w mag and i'll tell you all bottom etiole even tell you about curry so remember treated may have peggy underscore smedley remember this is the peggy smugly show the podcasting voice of iot and relevant technology remember with great technology comes great responsibility i'll be right back dan signalled annoyed by chronic termed at new relevance on the internet connected of media cut through the noise of data overload and find you the signal of important information information it will keep your courage and aware of context in the internet of things hickeys madly shares are insights on his peggy smedley shopping and in connected world magazine all online at connected world backup stay current had competitive at connect with com thank you for listening to w s radio improve your business and your life with useful information from experts and thought leaders w s radio is radio with roy with great technology come great responsibility follow internet of things tech expert and futurist peggy's madly repeatedly ranked as a top i o t an embassy m influence or go to peggy underscore smedley on twitter people who take on the latest tech news and lively interviews with other industry insiders on her weekly radio show visit twitter dot com and search for peggy underscores smedley to follow her today.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Did you see this conversation thanks for being with us i appreciate it craig federighi all right thank you i this is the peggy smugly show the podcasting voice of iot and relevant technology remember with great technology comes rape responsibility we'll be right back right after this performance we quicker acknowledgee come great responsibility follow internet of things tech expert in future futurist peggy's repeatedly ranked as a top i o t and md m influence or go to peggy underscores smugly on twitter who who take on the latest tech news and lively interview with other industry insiders on her weekly radio show visit twitter dot com and search for picky underscores smedley to follow her today video consumption is on the rise so to reach this audience constructive magazine created construct tech tv constructing tv else construction professional leverage emerging solutions to better their business june india constructing dot teaming catch the latest show of the first and third tuesday of each month like view and subscribe to construct tick dot tv bringing dynamic video for construction signalled annoy electron occur with new relevance of arming internet connected world media cut through the noise of data overload and find you the signal of important information information it will keep your current at aware of context in the internet of things peggy smedley shares are insights on this peggy smedley shopping and in connected world magazine all online at connected world daca stay current had competitive at connect with gearbox.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Video consumption is on the rise so to reach this audience constrictive magazine created construct tech td constructing tv yields construction professionals leverage emerging solutions to better their business june indyk constructing dot tv catch the latest show of the first and third tuesday of each month like view and subscribe to construct tick dot tv bringing dynamic video to construction the great technology come great responsibility follow internet of things tech expert in future is peggy's repeatedly ranked as a top i o t an md m influence or go to peggy underscores smedley on twitter people who take on the latest tech news and lively interviews with other industry insiders on her weekly radio show visit twitter dot com and search for peggy underscore smedley to follow her today small businesses by the lifeblood of america's economy every thursday sba radio interviews industry professionals at is dedicated to provide small businesses with timely insights and innovations visit www spa radio dot u s for details signalled annoyed by chronic termed at new relevance on the internet connected were of media cut through the noise of data overload and find you the signal of important information information it will keep your current and aware of context in the internet of things hickeys madly shares are insights on his pegging smedley shop and in connective world magazine all online at connected rule bacha stay current had competitive at connect with gridlock.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Thank you for listening to w s radio improve your business and your life with useful information from experts and thought leaders w s radio wiz radio with roy with great technology come great responsibility follow internet of things tech expert in future is peggy's repeatedly ranked as a top i o t an md m influence or go to peggy underscores medley on twitter who who take on the latest tech news and lively interview with other industry insiders on who weekly radio show visit twittercom and search for peggy underscore smedley to follow her today mm video consumption is on the rise so to reach this audience constructed magazine created construct set team constructing tv else construction professional leverage emerging solutions to better their business union dick constructingtv catch the latest show of the first and third tuesday of each month like view and subscribe to construct ticktv bringing dynamic video construction did you know the majority of radio listeners are between the ages of thirty five and fifty four have a household income of more than one hundred thousand dollars are classified as executives or professionals and share the show they listen to become part of the peggy smedley showed reach listeners looking grim information unconnected devices from costeffective radio commercials or segment sponsorships contact us at six three zero nine 330 eight four four for more information or visit peggy smedley showedcom small businesses for the life blood of america's economy every thursday sba radio interviews industry professionalsis dedicated to provide small businesses with timely insights and innovations visit www spa radiou s were details education industry experts back to the basics is your company using the internet of things to its fullest potential enlist the peggy smiley institute and its team of experts to create a customized lamp or how to apply the ioc teeth through your specific needs learn everything you need to know to achieve tangible business outcomes in today's digital economy contact ussix three zero nine three three zero away four four at six three zero nine three three zero away poor poor or visit learn it i o twocom.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"To me improvise lady gaga welcome to the peggy's readily show the voice of iot in our connected world with your host that use meddling hello listeners him welcome back to the peggy smedley show my first guest today has led some major projects such as transforming an old bowl ring into a shopping mall and was involved in one of the landmarks of the new skyline and barcelona how cool is that so today he leads engineering and construction and digital construction efforts in north america so please join me in welcoming jose louise blanco associate parter at mckinsey and company jose welcome to the show thank you thank you thank you for having me so jose you guys have done some great research and talking about what's happening right now when we talk about industry four point zero and really looking out what's really happening when we talk about infrastructure and construction and the results of the study are pretty interesting when we think about what's happening in the industry today and i think it's important because there's so much happening in the market i'd love for you to kinda talk about how the internet of things is playing a critical role in when we talk about iot and four point zero and how that all interplays in in an p l people understand what that really means because there's sometim some confusion there some overlap and i think you are great person help kind of separate fact from fiction on some of this.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"And the leader of the organization that is probably the most important use of your time because there's only so much i can do but if i invest just a little bit of extratime at each of my people they're going to magnify their effort and uh delivery of what i need from them so it really is the best use of my time well piece patel thank you so much work in our listeners get your book at the vailable on amazon for preorder uh you can search for lead your tribe love your work or you can visit a on the web at lead love tribe dot com hey peace thank you so much for your time we appreciated take care with takafusa bride listeners thank you remember when we were broadcast live every tuesday at twelve p m central you could certainly pod tweeted us have peggy underscore smedley are connected w bag have a wonderful weekend remember this is the peggy smedley showed the voice of iot the bright technology palm springs until and the great technology come great responsibility follow internet of things tech expert and futurist peggy's repeatedly ranked as a top i o t an md m influence or go to peggy underscore smedley on twitter people who take on the latest tech news and lively interview with other industry insiders on her weekly radio show visit twitter dot com and search for peggy underscores smedley to follow her today video consumption is on the rise so to reached his audience constrict tick magazine created construct set tv constructing tv yields construction professional leverage emerging solutions to better their business june indyk constructing dot tv catch the latest show of the first and third tuesday of each month like view and subscribe to construct tick dot tv bringing dynamic video to construction.

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