18 Burst results for "Theriault"

"theriault" Discussed on DivaSpeaks

DivaSpeaks

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"theriault" Discussed on DivaSpeaks

"Conversation ease out of charlotte north carolina and. I want to welcome you to this show. My name is enable theriault and is going to be an amazing day. I hope that You guys are doing well in any and everyone who is under. The sound of my voice would be in good spirits. I want you to have an amazing day. I hope that all is well and your life and that you know you have peace. Oh yes oh yes. Oh yes it.

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"theriault" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"theriault" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Is this funny funny. I'm like oh girl and she's there. Huxley's motherfucking cameras. And then she crossed into robin. Ravenous that you only have a relationship to care about say. That was my issue. It was like wait a minute. But weren't you could do round off back handspring. My days reporters dan your shapiro and your went to white schools. They want proposed. But it's fake right. You're right to be in the bus with the strip opole dropping. It like it's hot. When kim said girl she lived one leaving in and our relationship was fake. That put me on like wait a minute. So the grace that i will give to. Wendy is that. When i am mad everybody gonna catch this shit right. How and ever shadow theriault say that kind of bullshit to me. Then that as like so. Why are you doing all of that. Why are you doing all of this and then turn your ragged the as bit. You just want my husband. So here's the deal about the whole thing. I let me tell you something. Wendy is a masterful orator. 'cause she turns it into from her appearance to. You're attacking my husband. And i was sitting here baby attacking you third one best wrong because it came from a judgmental place not i hope she's not letting miss feed into it in like she was like i know what it's not like i've noticed like they write shit about me and maybe i should reach out to our see how she doing and like but that's not what happened but again just virgo and that's not how this is going right. I'm sorry that's just not how it's going to go. So wendy was mad like she just mad because that was the biggest level of unbothered i've ever seen..

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"theriault" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"theriault" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"Develop. I deserve one more chance to become the world. Heavyweight champion deserve it. The moment the made the bad cold. I was the one that was through chevy zubin so all of this started right before the summer of punk and his story of leaving that year. So danielle did you watch this happened. Is you tuned in for the pipe. Bomb fallout i. Don't remember it. But i watched it. This was one. I was kind of like i. I tuned in for pipebomb pipe. Bomb brought me back. I was not fully in on christian at that point. I do remember really liking this like i liked. I liked this a lot. Because i've always really liked christian and edge like they were my boys growing up like i really enjoyed them. I i liked when they went from. I mean i liked them as ema. Broody golf boys because i'm a woman of a certain age and then i liked them a lot when they were doing their comedy stuff because they take to it so easily so i've always really really really liked christian and always like hope that he always wanted nothing but the best for him and i get really psyched about how much he loves wrestling. And he won't let anyone but him retire him and he still looks great in the ring so like it's hard to argue with that logic you know one hundred percent yeah. There's something easily likable about him. That which makes it even more fun. When he's he'll because even though were booing him at feels like you're going to see your friend play a villain and you're booing him because that's the thing you do to help. Yeah it's not like a go home. He'd it's not like an x pocket. It's a christmas flavor here. We got a buddhist so good. Look good at being bad. He's like a pantomime villain. It feels good to buhine and you know that he loves it and it makes you happy. It's like oh he's really loving this. He wants me to him but he's got such good look at him. Look at that boy. Do not good work. That boy as my there watching smackdown during this period of time i was. This is like it's interesting to me looking at christian from a big picture because this was my introduction to christian like this is how i met him so to speak i had did not meet him And i really enjoyed the storyline. I also was an innocent naive baby back then. I didn't know that randy oaten was trash. And if you don't know ron's trash he's super fun to watch so. I was super illness because i really loved christian and i really loved randy orton. Those halcyon days. We didn't know better About so many things So this really really fun. Storyline for me. And i was a huge fan. I was peop-. I considered myself a peep Christine was for the peeps. So that worked for me. I really really enjoyed it. And then i really followed him after that like i. I've followed all of his works. I loved the podcast. It's interesting when we talk about him. Being such a good he'll but such a nice guy because every time you hear an interview with him and every episode of his podcast with edge which i really miss you focus because it was great. I would have to skip through the hockey stuff. But that's still that's available to you that they would always have guests on. Who would routinely remind you every single week that christians kind of a dick but like a lovable thick. But yeah i i really loved that storyline. It engaged me straight way someone who knew nothing about him hadn't seen any of the brood stuff hadn't seen any of the comedy stuff. I just thought he was a really good wrestler with a really believable character And he held up his end of it in the ring. So what's not to love. The whole story lot is such a great look at at how to turn. It's almost like they're performing judo. They're using your sentiment for christian against you so the way it starts of course is just forced to retire after wrestlemainia because of his neck that leaves the world heavyweight championship open. Alberto theriault is one challenger for it they held a battle royale to determine the other christian wins and we get the story line of him never holding the title because he didn't think he was worthy of it but now it's his destiny. Which was something. Alberto derail was saying a lot at that time it was destined to be champion so we get a ladder match where edge drives in jeep wrangler to distract ills state..

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"theriault" Discussed on The Trash

The Trash

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"theriault" Discussed on The Trash

"Were no my six hundred pound life premiered on the learning channel. Tlc of horse like where else would a show like this for on the learning. I guess i should. Everyone knew i was going to say. What do we all learn. But i'll say that for the end unless let's all talk talk. Talk about some facts of the show. I so it aired the time. I was in two thousand twelve on. Tlc the first season was actually a miniseries falling over the course of seven years. Of course yes. Was it before after intervention after okay because it seems very heavily influenced the same as intervention except for with surgery. Like i was just going to say. It's basically like the same formula in the same like primis because it's pure veteran. They don't know though and it may not be the only comparison that i was making was more of the fact that like like an intervention when how they watch people shoot heroin the the guy just filming this woman in a car eating like six doughnuts just like not doing anything about it. He was filming. I got into a little tiff over. These donuts. which i'll get to in a moment. Actually nate's this half dozen of donuts in her car on her way home. And i was sitting. There in nate was disgusted. I was sitting here. Like i really wanna fuck donut this woman. I don't care why she was eating the giants. I don't care what void she was trying to fill. I don't care. What addiction do you see how happy she was when she was eating those. Don't she was so happy and they looked so good. I know happiness lead to know how the rest of this episode is going to go and she's going to be sad a lot and this is the one like little glimmer like happiness. We have and i really wanted to donate and i got a donut today. So that's my little story until you gotta donut donut behind now. I gotta work because anytime we have. No reason for meeting donuts shows tearing us apart. I just wanted to point out that some fun. And i wanted to point out some funny names from the staff of the show because my six hundred pound life was actually created by a guy named conner. Make literally spelled m. c. a. n. a. l. l. y. His name. it's that's his name name. He he got a job and they were like man. We're doing the credits what's your name. He's like corner mccain elites announced. It probably not pronounced like that but whatever and then the composer who did all the music. His name is david hamburger. Are you fumblings dating now. This string Fan burger and Heading into the guidance counselor getting are like sat scores and after a name and told her name and the guidance counselor fucking laugh thirty four year. Old woman oh so bad. I went to school with someone with the even more unfortunate name. It was this girl and her. Last name was leaner and she got so much shit for that. Of course it was. I'm so wrong but yeah so so funny to me that those were their names but yes so like i said. It began as a mini series falling four patients for seven years with like aware they now episode and they ended after the. I'm sorry to cut you off. i'm so sorry. If my last name was weiner i'd be so happy about that and now with of course last name weiner. I know you didn't ask. But what's up bro. Anyway go ahead sorry eh. And that's why men and women. What if my name was. Weiner be ridiculed in cyber bullied within an inch of my life to move on. Let me finish this david. So it went for seven years the first season and then the ratings were so fuck in. I like through the fuck and roof. High they were like a olexis. Make this irregular thing so then they did the second season in that followed them for a year and all the seasons after that went for a year until season eight and then it was like they only were with some people for like six months and then they were just like peace out so and then sometimes in some episodes for forty minutes roughly somewhere like an hour and a half to two hours depending on which person it was so it wasn't like a regular show it also starred the weight loss surgery expert. Dr yuan now's rodman 'cause he's gonna make you know you're going gonna lose the weight. Dan stupid because cultural. But i'm just is such a steep good now. It's not racist for me to not like a name like a name. Unlike the people fair gas but that sounded bad. What you just said to you a bunch of names. I don't like i don't like the name jennifer name. Sorry sorry anyone named john just kind of biased against people named debbie i. They just always seem to be extra annoying. And becky knowing usually mega say it's pretty much what i got there were some spin off. One was called super size. Which i thought was awful In that was like an episode with recaps and unseen footage. And they'd call it my six hundred pound life super size. That's fucked up. That's interesting oh by the way i just want to clarify. I don't hate jennifer's. I was just saying that name is jennifer. I don't hate you anyway. Just want to point have to success. Eight people have definitely died so from the show. Yeah well not from the show but like people that were on the show died but not the way loss for most of the people they actually like didn't die from anything related to the weight loss surgery itself but some people died from lake complications of their obesity. In general so yeah cool very cool but m one person killed themselves but that's inevitable with any show like this where people are struggling with addiction or have to remind everyone. This is a comedy podcast. Let's get to the happiest of Anyway six hundred pounds. I watched about or six episodes from like i jumped around from seasons Do you guy. I guess we'll just start with lake initial impressions and thoughts so jade.

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"theriault" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"theriault" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"The The show entail less nice. Okay guys make have the links to the show notes to epic real estate dot com guys where you can go out and you can get more information about an tuck tune into their shows every single week Real quick before. I let you go Question every single guest on here. Someone's trying escape the newbies zone. And get that i deal closed..

"theriault" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"theriault" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"Welcome to the show Guys and girls. that's an intro. We have material on the line. Are you there. I am chris great to have you on the show so four eighty one. That is Tone again right now and maybe they don't know much about you. He does a little bit about your backstory. In how you got started real estate out of the marine corps the next my life in the music business and has Label with a major label in that went really well for a long time until the downloading longest kind of changed the way. Anybody consumes music in when you're in the business of selling cds but the pack discs for those of you don't and people start downloading music instead it that whole industry upside down. Put me out of business really quickly. And the age of thirty four had gone from just a seven figure year previously down to seven dollars an hour bagging groceries and didn't have a plan b. I miss my money. I miss my life. So i like okay. Gotta learn a new. What the what. I learn that as the most of all the people in my life at that time that the they're not to be a great mentor in hindsight was the grocery store manager and that same type of recession with him in need said. You know matt real estate. It's the final. Frontier were just the average person has a legitimate shot creating real wealth than as like wow. I didn't know he was true. Or not but i knew i was feeling far below average at that point so i was like signed me up and Became a real estate agent. The supposed to do and then realized that. If i really want the wealth that real estate produces i'm probably sitting on the wrong side of the desk so Made a large investment in my real estate investing education and Out the never represent anybody else other than myself on a purchase or solid real estate and Someone in their measured where dropped in but got the book rich. Dad poor dad solid really got grasp on that concept of passive income and escaping the rat race. Because i made a lot of money in my life but never free and understand why because a month expensive. He might not be rich or wealthy. But you'll be free at that all my life. I didn't go back and repeat the same mistakes fremont a lot. More appealing enriches though in three and a half years able to conquer that and then it just felt like the natural progression was the start teaching enough people. Ask me questions on how i did it. So we started a podcast online. Agony got a fund. Right all my own investing underneath that umbrella. People can invest madden. And that's what we have today. Epic real estate. Okay perfect okay so you you said you got into the past income side of the business which i tell everybody you know. There's always different ways of active income like wholesaling and going out there and you know fixing flips and stuff like that but you gotta be able to hold these properties. I mean s going to be able to to create the true wealth so when you got into To start buying and holding these assets did you. because i know you're based out of california correct. Yes and i know the market there is crazy. So are you buying a holding properties in the california market. No i don't. I never have three-year this accident. But adult markets where the that purchased rice ratio was more in reviving holding so where you actually get paid by holding the property Costing you in los angeles so that the education i needed investment was a national education platform. Where you got together four times a year with follow the country. They would build a strong network a national network probably thirty core friends and associates. And i've great really great relationships in other markets off in the midwest and the south of where the whole strategy makes a whole lot more. That's got yeah definitely Okay so these properties you're holding Tell me a little bit right now. Kind of what. Your portfolio looks like to today short. It is changed a lot recently in the last three or four years that not to almost three hundred and fifty units and to kill me cited a giant eighty twenty analysis on my portfolio to keep the twenty that were the best performing and i just got rid of the other eighty percent. I sold them off You just quick fire sale. Or i sold them off with seller financing. So that's left me here today about doors and i about fifty notes on the other doors goshen ohka nice so someone Let's say someone who's brand new looking to get into biking to kind of talk about like how did that. I deal of you holding or first few doors that that you acquire. How did that. The whole process go. Sure that the The in case it was not around anymore but you got so many different doors. You could walk through how you can make money in real estate if that particular In in that environment and the mall. When i got started. I came out of the grocery store and i did have a whole lot of money to invest in so i was really drawn to all the created acquisition strategies and so anything like oh seller financing are subject to those. Were my rate hours. Really on and so. That's how those happened. One person's lose network yet thirty five properties in in illinois for sale and he's willing to carry a paper and so that's the way i was able to acquire the first portion of my portfolio. Got off thirty five hundred contract. Flip hattingh lemon helen. Gotcha okay and do you recommend people to use their own cash or work with private money or some other source of funding. yeah One of the advantages. The reason released as Wealth than any other investment. There is you have the ability to leverage like the average person.

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"theriault" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"theriault" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"And i want to say thank you for tuning into. This week's episode is going to be awesome one a worst off because we have very special guest all right and i'm pretty sure you've heard of him. He's behind the podcast and website epic real estate one of the top real estate podcast on itunes. I'm pretty sure you might have come across him. You've been in real estate since two thousand and three actually covered from the music industry and he's been able to build up a smallest empire without using dime of his money or credit and everything he's built up has been to Generate pass income all right assets generate cash flow so he can be able to enjoy life. You know we always talk about different strategies like ho- selling ing in you know going out there and Rehabbing and those things are cool. Those are active of you know income type of producing strategies but the goal in life which should be as take active income producing cash and move it over to assets that will produce positive cash flow for you. So that way you can travel the world if you want to. You can kick back during the middle of the week at a downtown bar. You know with some friends or whatever you can live life on your terms are the key to freedom is passed in common. That's exactly what my guess matt -tario is going to be talking about. Today's let me go wait..

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"theriault" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"theriault" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"theriault" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"I mean it was sort of a weird theriault that i think we came up with the idea that whatever he had living in their had died and so he put it dinosaur in it then there was like a little i joe in there and there was just and i think at one point he actually pulled some of the stuff out and was playing with it because the ideas that andy was just a big kid and that was funny to him to have this terrarium that sort of dinosaur imagining like a team of people onset being like all right. What would this big kid. That's right you would probably have this terrarium. But then he wouldn't be able to take care of because he would die because he's not very responsible. Then you definitely put a dinosaur. That's amazing yeah any of that in the script when you read it or these are just ideas that you guys are all just ideas. Yeah these are ideas that you know whether we're sitting around talking about things like this or somebody just comes up with it. Whether it's the decorator that comes up with something or the prop master or you know at least in terms of my world. I think a lot of times the small stuff the really sort of subtle stuff just sort of shows up on set. And it's not something that you show to a director or you know and then there have been plenty of time to that we've been told. Oh can you take better off. Why why why is there like twelve hours in this right now. So you know i mean. Sometimes people walk in and go. Oh yeah. i don't think that fits or that seems a little weird or maybe we shouldn't show almost like a director or any kind of filmmaker. There's so many decisions to make that. It helps tremendously to be able to have a practice. Is someone that can make the all of these details come to life in.

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"theriault" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

11:36 min | 3 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Real estate portfolio could be diversified. Were you have both of them. I'm assuming you don't have to pick either. ORCA rally only but the but the point being is investing for income not investing for savings or capital growth at this smell. I totally want to invest for income I would love to wouldn't it be great to just have an extra couple thousand dollars coming in every month like my own my own stable so social security cured. That's GONNA come in regardless of whether social security goes belly up or not. I know I have that income coming. Ed Yeah my my mom. Ashi just passed away a few months ago but she had social security and she had three rents full houses and she had been retired for probably thirty years and didn't need any more than that should have been Oregon Yup. It wasn't that she wasn't wealthy but she was independent and free and that was that puts her in the top. One percent of today's sixty five year olds love that I I love the idea of just being I don't. I don't not even sure I'm a guy that ever wants to retire. I love doing what I do right now and I love consulting and I love speaking and I get paid for for it and it doesn't require a lot of travel or a huge amount of effort to to close the deals. They're coming to me and my clients are coming to me so I don't know them ever going to feel like I really. I don't want to lay on the beach Kinda guy. I'm very Taipei with as you can probably tell them all over the place. I'm very type with my personality. I would just like to know that there's a little bit of comfort in their some cushion denault that regardless of whether I get sick or something happens or I have a string of bad luck where clients don't come my way. I will have that money and I was joking around with my buddies. I probably could live on five or six thousand dollars a month pretty easily and be comfortable with that. Is that so unrealistic to think that could be something real. Estate could provide provide that can be done by most people just a few years. That's an people work forty years of their life trying to accomplish that and they don't get you through through savings and then pension traditional methods exactly right so what what is the like if you were me. What is the first step that you do now. You just moved from L. A. to Las Vegas so you know what the market it is. I live in a I live in a market that the smallest house goes for literally between eight hundred and a million to right right where it's probably gonNA look other than in my neighborhood yes so in Los Angeles and more higher end markets. You'RE NOT GONNA get income off of those properties unless you can just buy properties outright for cash if any debt on if there's any debt service whatsoever and and eat up all of your cash right right I invest in the Midwest and the south where the rental the rent to purchase price ratio is far in the favor of cash flowing investor and right now. I've got a hundred units feel. How do you feel about and that's a huge amount of properties. I love knowing that you have the experience behind you. How how do you you feel about a guy that is or a client that is not savvy in the world of real estate because they haven't done it from from from rental perspective but doing an out of town property that scares the shit out of me yeah but I get that a lot because we actually have a turnkey operation where we help busy professionals invested invested in out of market rental properties so we deal with that on a daily basis and the bottom line is it's. It's not the property or the low. It's not the location of the property that has been responsible for anyone's ever losing in real estate management of the Property Party is the people involved so my recommendation is don't be so held back by the location of where you're investing our but be more conduct as much due diligence on the people that are managing as you do. The property itself and that's is as safe as you can be. You have somebody that can take me by the hand and to say it's going to be okay. I'm a really early words of affirmation kind of guy who incident. I know he came to talk about this book but that's my that's my real. I mean that's what I wanted. I mean we'll we'll sell books. It's find find. Can we talk about. We make more money selling the houses to people like you so. Let's talk about all right. We'll get okay good good. I mean I'm okay with abandoning his interview for just a moment just to to shed a little light on that because I think that there's probably people in my community also that are like me that have that have the money but they just don't have the know how to do it enter looking to maybe take that next step that maybe even that that first step but you have the cradle man. You have to promise to hug me a little. My wife handles that part of the business her bedside manner is amazing right and that's exactly who who we helped as our prime customer is the person that doesn't know how or doesn't have the desire Zaire to do all of that heavy lifting may work. I I am just what what what what am I fear. Factor is in those in this type of turnkey operations funny because because my name of my production companies Turnkey podcast actually so twenty so the idea behind turnkey is great but always thinking then it again. This is the this. Is that other side. This is the cultural side of me saying well turnkey that means. It's going to be more expensive so can you either. Can you either tell me look. Shut the fuck up. This is not just how it is or no. That's not how it is. You're going to save money for the same reason that I'm telling you. You're going to save time right so yes. If someone's is going to do the work for you doesn't matter what you're buying. Someone's doing it all for you. You'RE GONNA pay a premium for that but keep your mind more focused on what you want the actual outcome to be correct. You want your asset to generate income for you or is it more important just to buy it as cheap as you can. No I don't want to buy this cheap as I can. I wanted to I want I. I want to create that portfolio that my uncle has been saying to me Doug. You've got you've got to do that now. Here's another fear that I have and maybe this is a common fear for people that are in my I position may be at this at the at the later stage of their career not later stage but you know I'm. I'm a pretty mature at a fifty five years old. I'm pretty well into my career and and I feel like I've worked myself backwards a little bit. I've had many properties my primary now. I'm renting not because I not because I can't afford to buy a house but because it just haven't found the property that I want especially in L. A. I don't WanNa spend a million bucks just to buy an average property which is about the price of an average property here so does it make sense for guy like me to rent my primary. Emma residents in still have a real estate portfolio. That's exactly how I do it. That's exactly how you do it so so tell me about that yeah so the the your primary residence one of the biggest misconceptions. Your primary reasons that you live in is that it's a good investment. It's actually a terrible investment cement. It will from comparing to other opportunities and other options that you have for investing if you run the math and if your intent is to stay to buy a house and stay in in it for the next thirty years you're going to break even at best. Buy The timeless thirty years down when you take into account all of the expenses that are involved okay so the how. Ooh I operate. I've got over one hundred fifty houses and I have fifty notes on houses in income from all of that real estate is pays for the Rental House that I live in. I live in a multi million dollar house in Las Vegas that would cost me twice as much to live in if I owned it from eight to rent it. I had the you really WANNA have real estate for two big reasons. One is the income that generates into the tax deductions that it gives you am I am. I allowed to ask what your rent is my friend so his own real estate and you have those two benefits. no-one said you had had to actually live in it for it to make sense okay. I got it Agai so you just you. What you're doing is you're? You're you're confirming that it is okay to have a primary residence that as a rental property and to own other real estate as a matter of fact. It'd probably is a better decision to do that. Yeah Cause I live for free got. It got it okay so what's so so what is a step that a guy like me again. Many in our community our guys and girls like for us to take in one or two to find out a little bit more about what you do and how and what is that first step that we do sure our company name that handles that specific earliest cashflow savvy and you go to cash flow savvy dot com got some free information now. We'd be happy to give you and if you like what you see. You'll have the opportunity to book a call and if you don't like what you see then you don't have to book call. It's pretty simple okay and then in your in your experience in your and you've had how many years a real estate experience the two year twelve okay so in your twelve twelve years of experience. How many times what are the things that a guy like me again. Many people in my community are guys and girls like me. What are the mistakes that we make in this process of hiring someone like you. I think the biggest mistake I touched on a little bit earlier earlier. It's not the real estate. That's the risky part of it. It's the people involved and specifically. I'm referring to contractors offers and property managers so if you're purchasing from a turnkey operation you're gonNA have limited dealings with contractors but you'RE GONNA have a lot of dealings with breath property managers and I think the big mistake is going and thinking like the the phrase turnkey is a little misleading. You know it's it. It is turn like do nothing I mean. Of course there's relationships are involved so you've got to build those relationships correct. It's like if you go into to buy a new car. Are you turn the key. The car is going to start and it's GonNa get you. You're going to get off the lot just fine but you still have to maintain it. You still have to manage you. GotTa Wash it. You gotta change the oil. You've got to rotate the tires you got to do all that in a house is very similar to that so. I think that's one of the biggest mistakes someone won't you makes that doesn't have a whole lot of experience knowledge around it and how and how much am I house aiming. Everything's GonNa be fine and that's the wrong expectation to move and it can can be that way but a festival expectation gone you're going into you're probably setting yourself up for eventual disappointment. And how much of that do you help out within this turnkey process and establishing those relationships relationships with those management companies for us or is that something that you're very hands off with now we actually most of our business comes from referrals and repeat business uh-huh so it behooves us to make sure and do everything that we can to make sure that those properties performed for our clients so that's not part. Every of our business is just smart business on our prior to make that you're happy and what would you say if you were to guess of an entry level point for something in real estate. What do you think somebody needs to bring to the table not for whatever your services are but to be prepared to to get involved to somebody need to have a hundred thousand dollars fifty thousand dollars the any idea yes so if you go across the country right around and you mentioned Jason Hartman early good friend of mine and we talk about this a lot lot so it looks like right around between one seventy five two hundred thousand nationwide at the price point of the house. I know that sounds crazy for you. Coming from Los Angeles that's great I love that but those are great houses in the Midwest and the south right okay but once you get above that price point houses stop cash flowing pretty darn quickly really so the real sweet spot and the majority of the country in Middle America is probably between eighty thousand and one hundred twenty five thousand dollars retail so if you look at that price point and going with just regular conventional bank.

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"theriault" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

11:51 min | 3 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"If the if the time is the important part is there recommended to call a real estate investor and just cash out so they they can move on with their life if getting top dollar is the the M- the more important thing going on their world then they are suggested to go out and hire a a real estate agent because that's where you're going to get top dollar no totally it's just to make a decision one way or the other. I love it because I can't tell you how many times I own a podcast production company and we have dozens and dozens of clients many of many times what happens if somebody comes to me and I'm like dude. You're not you're not my client. You're not client because you obviously want to beat me up with price in in time in all this other stuff just go to Google and type in diy podcasting and get away from me. You don't need me you don't mean but then there's the one that wants to save all all the time because they know their zone of geniuses not in podcast production they. WanNa get out and do their own thing. They would make twice as much money if they just left it to me the expert in this and in in your particular case somebody just may WanNa use you because they just want to be done with it. They don't want to deal with it with the unknown of even if they do it they still might not might not be successful at it correct correct and in when someone goes to sell their house on their own without an agent. They're really thinking. They're going to get this fast. What I call a fast dime right and that means they're are going to get top dollar really fast and those two things really don't go hand in hand comes to things like selling a house so you're the two strategies that you were too realistic. Strategies are the slow dime or the fast nickel and so that's where it gives them that decision which one they want to make a total totally get it a good buddy remind his name is Steve. Walsh and Steve always talks about your stepping over dollars to get the dimes and in the particular case to save a couple of dollars you are you are doing it on your own. you're you're spending spending a huge amount of time which again converts to convert the money so share with me some of the common mistakes that a seller might make when they go to sell their own home without an agent because I know on this guy to be my mom was an agent for forty years and you know she used to hate the for sale by owners the Fizz Bose's you calm and for forty years. She would come into the house and she would say they're. GonNa Fuck and do it on their own and I go okay well. That was never your client to begin with. What are some of those common mistakes. Those sellers are making yes i. I think I kind of touched on already was just a pricing strategy. They'RE GONNA THEY'RE GONNA price it at the very top of the market and that the result of doing that is essentially you get looked at last fast because having been an agent as a real estate agent for four years and I know that the nature real estate agents have a buyer. They're GONNA go show the buyer all these properties the so are the tha by that they're going to consider and they'll print out a list of everything that fits their criteria and then they'll go ahead and sort it typically the default sorting measure is the price from highest to lowest and I would just watch buyers routinely would get in the car and it start at the bottom of the list of the lowest priced house and they'd worked their way up and all the lowest price houses that fit the buyer's criteria they got seen. I and is a basic tenant of marketing says exposure creates demand and demand drives value so been part of your your exposure is going to be your pricing strategy and someone that goes out to sell their house on their own prices at the top of market not typically get seen last and get seen gene by fewer people so. I think that's a big one. Another big mistake is they can't separate their emotional attachment to the house. They can't realistically put themselves in the buyers shoes. I think they forget that. Buyers are shopping. They are out there. You are not the only house for sale and they are comparing your house two other houses that are on the market and I think sellers. They underestimate that part. They'll think hey mike Mike Shaggy. Green carpet is fantastic crazy right because they have all the emotional attachment coach herb. What do you mean what my house is totally remodel. We remodeled this thing seventeen years ago. It's brand new yeah. I think that that is another part of their inability to separate themselves from their emotional attachment to the property. Those are two big things well. Tell me this before you before you move on to another. I can remember now. this is going back about seven or eight years ago. I got divorced and remember when the agent who was a good friend of ours collectively we maintain a positive relationship through even through the divorce but with the agent with my ex-wife the I remember the age came in and he said Hey. There's a few things that we really need to do in order to make your house salable and and we had been in the House for probably ten or twelve years or maybe even fifteen years at that point and he was telling us things that we should have done probably to enjoy as we were there. Things like granite counter tops change out some of the appliances and I'm like you. It put fifteen thousand dollars into this stuff just to sell it well. We got the fifteen grand out but wouldn't it have been nicer for me to actually enjoy that stuff while I while I had it so what what are some of the things that you would recommend that it that a buyer or seller would do in order to prepare their house for sale and was my mentality was it. Was it wrong in fright. Oh yeah you know what the what the upgrades I mean. There's a few upgrades where you could get. Maybe dollar for dollar back. There's some other upgrades where you might make a little bit of a prophet but they all did all a little bit a Labor abor intensive. I think the the smartest thing seller can do is one is go through and conduct their own property inspection their own house and just make sure everything works because those property inspections in the way that the property inspector industry were operates is that their butts on the line. If they miss something yeah yeah those property inspectors they tend to over disclose to what could be wrong with the property and so when a buyer conducts their own physical inspection of the property they get as big giant thick report of all these things at the inspectors saw and they tend to panic and they tend to over estimate how much things are going to cost and how much trouble it is and then they come back and they bring their report to the seller due to do this. Negotiating the Faucet is leaky so there's a thousand dollars doorknobs a little rusty. There's another thousand dollars right. Oh I think a seller can conduct their own physical inspection and just create their own punch list and go through their entire house. Just make sure all those little things you know. Try to preempt. All those things at the inspector is going to find and can really say them a lot when it comes down to that that final negotiation association and when the buyers time to remove their contingencies yeah so. Let's say we get to the point where you're getting an offer do you do you prefer straight offers. You prefer an offer. That's got a little money coming coming back to the to the buyer of the property. What's the best way to to maximize the profit that you get from your offer. Yeah I would say the best way to really maximize profit is to maximize the overall sales price and what really drives the sales price is competition so if you can arrange change a showing of your house like this house is going to be seen on Sunday between the hours of three and five and I'm going to choose an offer on Monday morning thanks so come and take a look on Sunday and submit your highest and best offer and I will make I will choose a off from Monday. Hold up his and and again. I'm just GonNa give you a little pushback just because I know we've been through this market before and we've been through a better market. What happens if it's just a really it's. It's a it's a buyer's market. Get where you may not get five or six people that come through to to make an offer you. May You be lucky if you've got one to come through and a at an open house. Let's say for example example. Yes so certainly market conditions are a factor in your strategy but ultimately it's the market that's going to dictate the price or the value of the home anyway buyer and seller as much as they think they'd like to think that they have control over it they have zero control over it right right so if if you conduct that strategy and one buyer shows up and they do or don't submit an offer then you know you're overpriced there was enough demand for your property at that price point for anyone to feel like data mess up their Sunday to come and see it so that's that's the market speaking to you so that that's that would be a good indicator in some good feedback that maybe. I'm a little overpriced so I wanNA sell this right away and you to drop my price or I can sit around and wait for just the right buyer now. I know this isn't exactly what your book is about right. But are you okay with me asking you a couple of questions just about the about the pathetic nature of my life. You're kidding with this sure catering consulting hoping for ten years I've got a good little people degree on a perfect perfect so great so I can remember many many times over the decades. I'm fifty five year old. white Jewish man okay so just giving you a little background divorced twice in my life have been through the ringer but I certainly have been able to maintain a a healthy living a good living but I would not put myself in a category of of of wealthy so and and the only reason I'm setting it up. This way is just so you kind of have an idea of of where I'm headed. My uncle always used to tell me even decades ago real estate real estate real estate you know he he invested in many properties made a killing in the real estate world. I never other than my primary residence. They never did anything other than other than that so now. I'm in a position where I have a few dollars but I don't have an abundance of money in the bank have a retirement plan but I don't have an abundance of money in a retirement plan and I wanNA make sure that I it I guess my question is. Is it ever too late for a guy like like me to be able to say. I want to invest money in real estate and if it's not too late for me like what's a step what a first step that I can take. I have just a little background. Graham eight hundred.

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"theriault" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

09:56 min | 3 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner epic correal estate empire who wouldn't want that kind of King of that empire also. If you're a fan of a very popular podcast and of course you are because you're listening the nice guys on business. You have come to the right place because today. Matt -Tario while he's got over six million downloads of epic real estate investing is called the epoch real estate investing podcast epic real estate investing show show okay so not a podcast. He goes a stage show. He leaves all of his clothes on promise. You all of that is happening. He's a friend of a former Nice Nice Guy Guest Jason Hartman. If you WANNA check it out episode number eighty. I'll put Lincoln the show it's back in two thousand fifteen. I don't even think you can get that on itunes or apple anymore because they only think they carry your his three hundred. If you have no time but you want the results I am ready to introduce you to a member of the kingdom. Material is an entrepreneur real estate agent. Turn successful real estate investor podcast host and international best selling author. Stereo is more than a thousand real estate transactions under his belt is even putting a little bit ashamed to Scott Carson another another buddy of mine in the real estate game actually more than that but he has stopped counting at that point is built a real estate empire three hundred plus income units at its peak holds a real estate portfolio of more than one hundred units now and flips fifteen to twenty properties a month. Nice Guy Community check this out is the CEO of the epic real estate and author of no agent. It needed a number one bestselling book the book will help homeowners navigating avoid some of the real estate's biggest landmines so they can sell their home on their own without the help of an agent Holy Holy Shit. I think we'd just alienated everyone of the agency in my community that is okay you know what listen up because he might have some good information for you and if you're yelling at the speakers right now this is cool. I'm excited needed to have a mere. Welcome Mat to the Nice guys business podcast. Thanks for having me glad to be here. Man My that was that was a long when written by mom. I hope she's okay. She took a couple of breaths in and out issue is that when she she taught me some things about myself. I didn't even know so. Let me let let's start with the with the the elephant in the room here here so okay. I gotta go back to that last line because I wanNA bring active agents that that are almost walking out of not listening to this so they can sell their homes homes on our own without the help of age. Do we want to do that. Do they really want to do that. Yeah that's a that's a good question so I wrote the book kind of two fold of and making this Book Book Promotion Tour and I get the I get the question now and then about the aren't you pissing off all of the real estate agents Johnson. Is it yeah if they just read the tyler probably pissed off but if they open up the book and read it like Oh I get it makes sense so yeah you know it's Today's technology and all the resources resources and services you know it is possible for someone to go out and sell their house on their own if they get top dollar that's debatable all but it is possible to do and there are people that just want to go out and do that and it's just so you know it's okay to Piss people off in my audience frigging a if I could get them to take action on anything. That would be the best so if you're listening to this in your real estate agent you know what is that saying about. about Howard Stern those that that love Howard Stern listened to them an hour a day for those that hated him listen to him for two hours a day so they gotta love to hate you but they're gonNA. They're gonNA hate the love you also so I wanna I wanNA work in. Whoa so tell me a little bit about your system or what what you're all about. Tell me how you got involved in this and give me some background so I can so I can put some some fire. Here's some gasoline on the fire here sure yeah when I got out of the Marine Corps. I spent the next fifteen years or so of my life in the music business and I was a music entrepreneurship producer. I own record label at major label. Distribution did really well for myself made my millions by the time I was thirty. Wow in this little thing called the digital download came along and turn that whole industry upside I down in a way the world conserva music they no longer paid for it makes company hold on what was that company. It was called the one that was hirose the big one is the first one yeah napster. That's that's exactly right absolutely right yeah so the age of thirty four. I basically had to start life from scratch. I was in six short months. I was bankrupt. Divorced and bagging groceries. I went from a seven figure year to seven dollars was an hour just like that well. That's that's incredible. That's gotta be so humbling but at the same time so energizing to know that okay you've already done it. How easy is it to do it again. Once you've already done it once well. I think it would certainly not easy. You know it's there's work involved at. I think what what made it easier. Though was there was a lot of is unrelated as they seem the music business in real estate they're just general business. Conversations conversation is right so there's a lot of lessons that I learned in mistakes made inside of running a music business that just made sure I didn't make those same mistakes running a real estate investing pressing business so I got back to a reason a respectable position financially relatively quickly just by being able to avoid those mistakes right so yeah. That's I really missed my money and I really miss the money and I didn't know how to do anything else. I know I had to learn something brand new and and I just knew a wow if I were gonNA learn something new. Let me just learn something that has a series income potential attached to it and of all the mentors of all the advice. I still remember the the one piece of advice. That really changed my world. That was the grocery store manager. I worked there for six months and coincidentally. I was thirty four years old bagging groceries. He was thirty four years old managing the place and he hit told me met if you want your money back real estate. It's the final frontier where the average person has a legitimate shot at creating meeting real well from and I was like wow I've probably said it a million times at least a thousand times since I won't embellish too much but it'd probably a thousand times the Guy I've been running my pod castle almost ten years now and it's crazy. I was looking at your your Six million plus downloads probably many more than that right now you have you've been it's like you said you've been doing it for years and years and years over eleven hundred five star reviews on the show and where it episode nine hundred and sixty going into the recording think of this and I felt like finally I've gotten to a spot where I'm where I'm as good as everybody else. That's it the best that's out there and then I saw yours and I felt like a total deeb because like I see that and you have a great show too. I love the personality that you put into your show and I love the guests on your show. I've only had a chance to listen to a couple of episodes since we we booked this but ban you know your shit and that's and that's part of the game is just is is talking a good game but you do far more than that. You actually walk the walk. So I wanna Wanna spend just a quick moment. I WanNa talk specifically to those in my audience who would be keyed in to what you I don't want to say what you were pitching because you know when you start to sell on. I'm sure you've had people that have come on your podcast and sell and they do really crappy because you know your audience doesn't know them but I want you to tell me who would be the best person in my audience the institute speak to that. I lose. Ya Yeah you cut out on them and I say no worries. I'll Alah I'll say it again. Tell me who in my audience would be the best person for you to speak to the best person for me to speak to be one of two people will probably not your audience the the the best person and that would be somebody that has a problem that's far greater than than going out and getting full price on the sale of their home. That's the person I'm looking looking for looking for the the property owner. That has a problem. That's my primary business. I go out and I bought by distressed properties eater that property is distressed or the owner self described the stressed now qualify as a distressed property somebody that owes more than the properties were. There's somebody that needs to get out of their property right now and it doesn't matter what the value of the property so commonly referred to as the four days inside of real estate investing. You've got death disease drugs and something else. That's one of those you you got it. You're close enough dumb for details under a thousand on my sat scores. You're doing fine yeah so so people you know life happens to people every single day and problems that are bigger than getting full price for the sale of their home actually happened to people and that's what the people that a quick sale of the property whether they they sell it at a discount or not is. GonNa Somehow alleviate their situation and that represents probably about five percent of all real estate sales each and every day in the country and those are the people I look for the for the people that need to sell not necessarily the people that want to sell. I'm not I'm I'm not playing in that in that arena right got it and so so but you're is tell me about your book though because your your book talking to that audience to or is it a different audience. We're speaking to with your book so that book was. Jenner was created as a lead generation tool for myself and any other real estate investor. That'll want to use use it. I imagine it could be extremely powerful. Lead generation tool for real estate agent is well because the book walks the the person the the person that would be attracted to a book called. No agent needed how he can get top dollar without the agent it was going to be someone that either wants to sell because they don't like real estate agents and we all know to them because they're phys bose. They're already out there for hours after a long time but then there's other people that are they. I needed this fast. I can't afford agent to make as much money as I can. I'm just GONNA go out and see if I can do this myself Alf. That's really the person that I'm looking for in the book walks them through explains to them everything that's involved in this decision to make what's more important to me time or money.

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"theriault" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Kind of keep the group that's involved small as possible. What's the words looking for the more people you have involved on the, the more complications in the more trouble to have down the road? So we wanted to keep the people on the location to a minimum, you know, only the people who need is no and, and such. And so as the years went by more and more people heard about it people got involved that we that would be, you know, not to our wishes. We, we had no control, people, learn about locals and family. Members of the people are working with and pretty soon that we, you lose control. You lose control of the project in many different ways. And it becomes difficult to really, you know, keep it nice clean tight research area, and so long story short is we knew towards the end that no matter how many pieces of. Footage. We get and a lot of it was disappointing on my app said this before, you know, for all the time, we route, their man, we, we spent hours and hours, hundreds of hours and field but nothing happening and you know, coming away with nothing. And it was only these very brief moments is suddenly boom, you know, once there, and, and you try to try to get, you know something out of that encounter. And oftentimes you came away with nothing you weren't prepared. It just was so random and so out of the blue when things did, but we knew that, despite all the footage, despite footprint casts, which we did get from there. And hair samples and scat and other forms of spore or evidence left by these things that DNA alternately was going to be the opening shut case, these, you know, that once you have DNA no-one can minutes, manipulate the unanimous likely level. So we knew that this was going to be -obably a big help informing our project, or basically trying to make make some success out of out of this. And so we said to try to get in a lot of people went out there. You know, have suggested using hooks on trees or barbaric methods as some people suggested nail boards where they would step on nail board if you know. Yeah. There was a case up in, you know, Theriault Canada, where that, that occurred, and that would just deter bears from going into cabinet, but I'm sure you heard of that. Yeah. The one stepped on that and they procure tissues, and blood. It was it was dated. And so we knew we could get, you know, we, we knew that we had a chance of getting DNA. So we sit out different ways to do this, including someone even suggested just shooting. Well, yeah, I basically way when I heard that I said, well, if that's gonna Kerr, I'm done with this. I'm not going to continue working with this project because I think we can prove this big offensive species without going to such drastic steps and. And did. So.

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"theriault" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Down to I just felt like Theriault bomas clearly wide open. He got a great shot off. He got fouled trusted teammate apart. So that's his explanation instead of taking the layup to tie. He whips it out to Brown. Who does get fouled? So if you think about it. He didn't take the shore thing, I guess there's no such thing as a short thing, but a higher percentage bucket. He does set his teammate up who has the three gets fouled, which is crazy ended up itself. The Tigers foul a three point shooter with a second to go up by two accept Brown. Myth is two of three free throws. So now, they're still trailing by point. And would you believe they get the offense of rebound? So he misses the first free throw. He makes the second. He misses the third. They get the office of rebound with one second to go. The inbound again. And traveling Queen misses the three pointer or the quarter. He did have a look. And so think about everything that happened in those final eight seconds miss free throw for Auburn that would have given them a three point lead New Mexico state passes up on a layup instead kicks it out. Tigers can't play it straight up. You put the three point shooter on the line. He misses his two of three but the aggies get the offensive rebound and then at one last shot, but it's an air ball the roller coaster ride talk about the drama. Bruce, Pearl's Auburn Tigers survive, and I mean, he also looked like he had a he had aged ten years, but you know, Bruce, he he rarely has a voice this time of the year. At least not a full one worked hard to build that lead. And obviously, we do a great job of taking care of the ball game to Mexico state credit for. So check it out on our show Twitter after hours CBS, you can see the final few seconds as the aggies. Go the length of the court and Harris ends up kicking out for a three. Now, you can certainly look back now with hindsight and say, hey, if he just takes the layup, maybe they're in overtime. However, they did get three free throws that potentially could have won the game. So I'm not sure. If you're in the position of Harris and Brown, and how about Queen Queen as a wide open look at the hoop those three guys I was trying to think about who. Who would I if I was one of those guys who who would I think would feel worse or if I was in their positions. I think for me. All of them. Just they're all gonna blame themselves for the loss. But the the domino effects started with Harris giving up the layup. But then Brown, of course, missing to a free three fro two of three free throws. That's not easy to say. Just. A spectacular. But also stunning finish. And so does hang on. And we don't get the twelve five upset in that game. I just I everything from the foul. Auburn did everything they could to lose that game. Everything from fouling a three point shooter with a second to go to giving up the offensive rebound. Say that was early in the day. So who buckle up? All right. You can find me on Twitter Ehlo radio. You haven't seen our video. And Kristen I REVEAL OUR final four what you can do that as well on Twitter. And also on Facebook always good to talk about the March madness. It's a different kind of feel these next few nights. And in fact, these next few weeks, thanks for joining us final show of the week. Here's our latest sports update. And here's Marco balletti..

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"theriault" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Afternoon, if Theriault six fifty W F T L, stay connected. Weakened. Facebook has an unsanitary feature right in their messenger. So you might be sitting there thinking. When I'm drinking and Facebook by cinemas can totally get it back. There is a Gotcha for that. But the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is a way to join us. And as always we have Andrew Pinski in the Kim Komando show man cave, a their interval Kim. Gary is in Miami, Florida. And I have heard Gary story is believable. What do you mean? He was a CEO very successful company that got hacked, and stolen. So he decided since they weren't gonna get anybody to walk away. Then years later, he decided to re enter the same business gives a speech and gets hacked again. No, yes. And now he's turned those two instances of being hacked into a new venture new career. Really interesting. So you have had like not the best of luck. Oh. That's the understatement of the year. All things considered him. I feel incredibly lucky because the area talking with you trying to pivot for being a victim to becoming advocated. Do something good in the world. So I think I'm pretty lucky. So you have a great attitude. So what happened the first time real quick? Real quick. I had a marketing communications company was going really great sold. Forty nine percent to a very large global conglomerate in the in the marketing real also going great got severely injured a basketball and during that time about nine or ten months when I was out of my own company, my right hand person along with several other folks that worked for me, essentially clones by company without me knowing it. Oh, no. So they set up an identical company, and we know without me, knowing it and important to keep in mind. You know, at that time, you know, Facebook was just starting. I mean cybersecurity and how was not in the collective zeitgeist. Just not something A. Plus, I trusted them all you know. So the spruce my website, they redirected of phone calls coming into my company to their operation be called my biggest corporate clients who loved my company, my work and said I was under investigation by the FBI. Not returning phone calls. Caissons continue -tations are team for me. So I lost copy while several million dollars result, as you know, better than anyone that's very hard to prosecute. These seem successful you especially when people are very interested in. Stating that work. And so I closed the comedy you mentioned go to ten years go by and I was invited to be the keynote speaker of marketing conference, wait, great got all these great people wanted to work with me again, and that night after ten years of essentially silence from anybody. My in account was hacked. And then I noticed that two people that are abused. My two former employees and then the next day and for the following period of about eighteen months. There were nineteen attacks actors. The reason I I wanted to call you was because of the great blog post your team put out regarding the hacking cars because we've had to be not just once but twice now question. Do you think it was the same people the same group? Oh, yeah. Hundred percent. This is a very targeted, you know, it's referred to as an advanced persistent threat by yes. And you know, the the motivation originally was just. Onomic somebody else who sometimes it's cyber stalking. So are you? Why do you think they've targeted you? Well, originally, it was just I mean, it was a crime of opportunity. I had a very successful company had just sold half of its revenues roof. You know one hundred percent then I got injured. So I didn't have tight controllable happening, and I trusted them. And so I was just economic just money. It became something else. Became something else that they said some post refer to this is for sake. But it sounds paranoid. And I I a big knowledge that let me ask you a quick question. Gary after these two instant instances ten years apart. You're getting attack nineteen times. What do you do where do you turn? Who? Did you look to for help? Well, given you a long conversation about that. So the very first thing I did was to listen and learn to experts so I linked to him, and I just put out this sort of call for assistance. One thing led to another and about becoming this community like with the capital seat. Or I became a little part of this community which was such a privilege because use the helpers of the world. These are the more enforcement military. You know, the the good people who keep everyone safe. And I started learning about since I got this book called cybersecurity predominate us and ten pages into it. I was lost. You know? I mean, and so I got the author on the phone, and you started laughing when they told him that story. So why are you laughing? You said, well, it's not really for for beginners. I said why do you call it cyber security for dummies? That's when I realized that I was in over my head to put it mildly. But that there had to be a better way to distill complicated. Technology information into entertaining stories that also could educate people can turn what you so I did go to law enforcement. I. Together dossiers. It's you know, it's on television. I I could show you some of the names, you know, lightning bolts coming across got my computer had been taken over thirty six. People were connected to my onstar account. You know? Oh, gosh. You're kidding. That's crazy with a capital say, oh my gosh. You poor thing. So so so now you say you now turn into an advocate. Yeah. You know, just Justice Brandeis, a former supreme court Justice wants said something that that. So. Brought to my attention that just to paraphrase. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, you know. And so I thought okay, I'm just going to shine a light on this stuff, you know, and try to find a way to help. So you know without without going into. Specifics of what I created a mission lobby to I created this superhero comic series. Well, that's that's that's awesome. So you're using that in order to go ahead and to educate people that this is a possibility and that this can happen. And you know, I'm really glad that you call in. What do you think Andrew was his password password? No kidding. There was a lot more of the going on in. Gary's like, hey, folks, we're gonna put a link to Gerry's website over at the show picks by commander dot com. Gives you want to check out what he's doing now. Because I actually I find it very very fast, and Gary thanks for coming on the air and telling your story,.

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"theriault" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Radio mix talk radio fun again tomorrow afternoon, if Theriault six fifty W F T L steak connected. We invade camp show. Thanks so much for being here. I've Jamie Markley. That's David van camp. There Scott Robbins. Howdy, boys. Howdy big controversy over the weekend. This is some people such a stupid controversy too. Because it's a it's a perfect example of how people jump all over something that they see on social media. They think they know the full story, and then there's a little bit more nuance, and nobody wants to admit that maybe they were a little bit wrong. Some people are by deleting some of the hateful tweets that they sent out. That's good. They're not really apologizing. They're just acknowledging that oops. Maybe we were a little bit wrong. I'm talking, of course, about Kevin Catholic out of Kentucky. They go to the March for life day. Yes. The Washington DC and the first video shows a bunch of rowdy teenagers jumping up and down one guy sort of staring down this older gentleman, whose native American also happens to be Vietnam war veteran who's banging a drum right in front of him. It's and this became the symbol. Because there were some of them were wearing make America. Great again, hats this. The story was a bunch of teenagers harassed a Vietnam. Vet native American elder. Yes. And making fun of him. This is a hate crime. Right. You keep seeing all these people saying, well, the red cap the red maga- cap is the new hood. Okay. Oh bringing. That's that's what people were saying. Listen Milano may have said that one of them did one of these celebrities who pops off on Twitter all the time. Well, then you saw more video where there was a confrontation between the young men and another group known as the black Israelites. Now, I don't know a whole lot about them. But I've heard them described as a religious cult. Okay, or cult light? Maybe all right. And they were shouting some homophobic racist things at the high school kids, it's pretty vile. And I mean, you're talking about dropping the f bomb and I'm not talking about what Tom Brady drought right on the broadcast. Different connotation, homophobic slurs. Yes, calling them school shooters. And then this native American guy gets in the middle between them and tries to sort of diffuse the situation. Now one of the teenagers whose front and center in the video says he was also trying to defuse this to get a bunch of rowdy teenagers. Some nutjob activists on the other side, and this one guy kind of caught in the middle between all of them certainly tells a more nuanced story than what was being reported initially. Yes. And so not a great days for the national media. I do have to say after the BuzzFeed story that turned out. Wait a second. Says that's not true. And then you have everyone jumping to conclusions about this altercation between these kids from the Catholic school in Kentucky, and then the black Israelites and then the native Americans. Yes, it was interesting. And I, you know, who knows what's really in a person's heart when they do whatever it is. They do as the guy is beating his drum and he's walking toward the kid. And then he just stops and the kid, and it's not a great look because he's smiling. Right. Adam. And you know, you could say well that kid is just showing that he's not to be intimidated. He's not gonna get angry. He's just smiling. Some would say, well, he's being a smart Aleck. Whatever. Question fair that I thought was a great question. I just I I have adults where are the adults because I'm not going to sit here and say that every one of those teenagers was acting the way I would want my kid to because they were kind of jumping around and it was getting out of hand because they're there for the March for life. Yeah. And it looked like it had gotten very far away from what they were there for and I just wondered where is the chaperone who says, hey, I've got a bunch of teenagers around me. I've got these nut jobs just twenty feet away from them yelling, all of these things that can definitely be described as threatening if I'm the chaperone there, wouldn't wouldn't it be my responsibility to say, okay. Maybe we need to take this group and go somewhere else. Okay. I'm thinking where are the adults meeting? These are the high school kids, right? You could expect them to probably do something stupid. Even though you could argue it wasn't that bad. It was a school whatever. But the rest of you all are adults. You're saying the chaperone I'm just saying somebody who was supposed to be overseeing the kids. In that particular group. Or anybody? Yes, you can say anybody. But I look with all the protests we've seen in Washington DC. We all know where the adults are there working for a living not showing up at protests right by I'm just asking. If you're on a school sponsored event at a school sponsored event like that. And it looks like something's gonna get ugly wouldn't the chaperones responsibility to take them out of that situation before it gets bad. You know, it's an interesting angle, and the I thought I had to that is because you're saying the threats especially from the black Israelites. Were threatening. Yes. Notice how that's not being reported at all. No, it's not in the national media. Not at all. So the worst offenders in this situation, whoever the black Israelites are that would be who it is yet. No one is covering that part of the story. That's nuts. And you know, usually a solo drum disperses the crowd..

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"theriault" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"theriault" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Calories where the storage burrito with extra rights tortilla. My God, man. Okay. Jim brough to you. You might match phone sits on a protein shakes when he records every week. So don't let's listen to Jim bro here. He's like rice. Correct. You messed up the beef. You get both kinds of beans. You definitely get the fajita veggies. You order chicken. Then once they give you chicken say, I want double me, and you pick your second meat chickens by far the best meat there. They have most seasonings. So you can go double chicken on that or feeling real good to get a little bit of the pork. Never get the Theriault. Not that good. You get extra PICO extra corn salsa lettuce. You're so solid. This. You are Shula song. Need to control yourself? Get your cheese on the side because you get an entire one of those plastic containers instead of just a little tiny dusting. And then if you're taking it home, you get another container to put Tabasco in. And you know that bad boy up with Tabasco mix it all up. You're good to go. And you're not gonna eat like I said, you're not gonna come out looking like a potato because you ate. Thousand or starch. That the court miss. You wanna put corn on your? No, remember when we started this talking about how we need to get it in and out of segments. Make sure we get on top of it. Stay in fault. This is obviously Mets fall. So Craig which which burrito bowl. Would you rather eat? I don't know tuned you guys about halfway through both of your processes. That's amazing. More importantly, whose food taste you usually aligned with more MIR tint yours victory moving on. We skip the question actually from we did. Oh, yeah. You can take that over. I'm not going to pronounce that name correctly. I think oh he ADA asks. How do you guys feel the defensive line? Compare gets the colts offense of line. They have done a great job of keeping look upright. So we actually basically answered it with who plays the most important role in slowing down the goats off its, but if there's anything you would like to add Matthew, I'm sure there's a lot you would like to add keep it short. Actually, I've just going to say, I don't think that I think brands Smith's been very good this year. I've missed his draft evil coming out. Not. Thank you this good. But watching him HALE he has met you were very high on him. Okay. I'll put that in there. So we're media is, bro. He was often gore. This show the past pro he now plays tackle in the NFL in. He somehow been very competent to good even press protection. But I think a guy with Ford speed and flexibility off the edge is going to give him trouble freight and doesn't have the greatest length does have the greatest feed if he's not getting help. I actually do think the deformed can have a good show success off the side. So that's where I think that she's can make up against the pass rush against this. Good pass walking offense of one. And. Yeah, that's that's basically it. And then we kind of covered it with who plays the most important role there. I do think the defensive line will have some success. I kind of feel like Ellen Bailey may just be a guy occupying blockers this week. It's just not a game that really fits his strength this week. You know, once we get onto future games here. I do think that he'll be able to have a little more effect on the game. But you might just be a guy making sure he doesn't get moved trying occupy some extra blockers up front and see if he can anchor to the best of his ability. All right. So we're going to enter the this is really not Xs and os. This is more about basically the history of the chiefs and the anxiety and all that good stuff..

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The Tour de France’s male-only past time is under the microscope

Today

03:56 min | 4 years ago

The Tour de France’s male-only past time is under the microscope

"Think that they, knowingly or recklessly did that, incorrectly then under the law that is a matter for the police so we. Have referred the responsible persons for both believe and leave to the police could they go to jail that's a matter for the police and for, the courts we just refer it to the And it's for them to look at, that thank? You very much indeed clever chief executive twenty six minutes, past seven time for the sport and here's Rob Johnson, thanks game or Cristiano Renaldo from romanucci eventers for the rough equivalent of one hundred million. Pounds, he says he remains motivated at the age of thirty three and now maybe in hazard from Chelsea Theriault these the first post World Cup. Movements of the European transfer America around with Manchester, United defender deli lint also, involved he's on his way back. To is well eight time champion you're saying, bolt is to have. A six week trial with the Australian? A. League side central coast Mariners he's, already trained with Bundesliga club Dortmund elsewhere and fifty four hundred out of first century of the season for Alice Dohuk playing for England lands against India a, he was seeking practice, ahead of the test series also against. India which starts in August but today but it's the decisive third of three one. Day internationals against India at? Headingley level at one all more with our correspondent John, from now but now to the Tour de France, which resumes, this. Morning with the first of the mountain stages in the Alps but also today Lacoste for women riders last summer it took place over two days this year, it's, just a one stage following the same route as the men but, some fifty kilometres also, shorter Tom, Ford is presented the BBC cars per spoke at the tour is on the line Tom this year's LA courses in many respects regarded as. Deeply unsatisfactory isn't it Good morning of it is because as you say it was. Two days long a year ago we contrast, it with what happens at Jiro d'italia the first of cycling's annual three grand tours the race for women there is a. Ten day race that Jiro Orosa call it it's run. Separately it finished on Sunday, but there is a good commitment from that race to provide a proper and fulfilling competition, for female riders the tour is coming under a lot of criticism from female. Writers and those who run their teams the company. Who organizes the tour de France ASO made. A forty million euro prophet in twenty-six complaints that that money should, be invested into women's sport into. A race the reflects. The abilities and the strengths of women slightly the ASO though is. Saying, isn't it the practical and financial difficulties in making Lakos along, or event They do because there is a, vast circus that follows the tour de France, around this country every year in terms of the number of support vehicles the journalists the spectators, equally that it used. To be much longer race for women from nine thousand nine. Hundred forty one. Thousand nine hundred eighty, eight there was something called the tour de France Femina which ran for a long time so there was. A feet within cycling we're reaching quite a critical point is the sport gonna commit to providing proper. Races for women on the road or is, it going to continue throwing out what some in the sport might consider to be crumbs meanwhile we're hearing that team skies. Defending champion Chris room is keen for teammate grind Thomas. To try the leader's yellow, jersey Thomas currently second crew from eight what do you make of that It's. A fascinating little battle, within a battle rob so in the race for the yellow jersey Gary Thomas, is forty three seconds down. On the, current holder effect jersey Greg van Avmark he's, the Belgian who won the Olympic road race title in two thousand sixteen from is a further. Minute down it gets interesting now because we're in the high mountains and the high mountains of where the big difference is thought to come between the, ride is, is not particularly strong in the mountains guarantee is strong so there's a very real chance to Thomas could go into the yellow jersey later. On today now from of course is the four time champion of the tour de..

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