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"tim martin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:05 min | Last month

"tim martin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Glacier Dubai unveiled it's so called urban master plan which aims to more than double the city's population to fight .8 million by 2040 Meanwhile Saudi Arabia is also vying for its capital to become a regional tourism and business hub with a similar enlargement plan But how do you grow a city quickly without compromising sustainability and equity the man with the answer Tim Martin he's the managing director at ganza with a multi award winning global architecture firm who's delivered many projects not least the gate behind me here in the DI FC Good to have you with us Tim So here we are It's sustainability on everybody's language but the challenge is if you're going to deliver urban 2040 as they are here in Dubai how high on the agenda is sustainability with these ambitious growth plans here and in Saudi Arabia No good morning man And I think you know sustainability really is becoming a priority Not just here but globally I think people are really now realizing and want to see action about how can we as a construction industry is design industry really react and have this conscious attitude towards the future of the world and our resources We've really sort of changed over the last couple of years and had this great opportunity to do so And with COVID we've really seen this acceleration about how people want to work live and play Is it a battle though I mean when you talk about globally developing cities we're battling with back to work work from anywhere If you look at the icon behind me the gate you know where was sustainability when that gate was designed X number of years ago Now where does sustainability fit on the narrative When you sit around a table with a developer for an iconic project how high on that agenda globally is sustainability You know the sustainability has been around for a long time even including that actually say that the gate building and the whole master plan around the DFC Yeah I think what we're really finding now is the it used to be sort of a value add or an extra cost and people were perhaps tending to shy away and looking for an easy route Whereas now what we're seeing is sustainability wellness all those great things are naturally at the top of the list They are attractors smart developers are really looking at how they can use this to grow to grow their development to get the interest in their development So along driving all these different initiatives such as the cop 26 initiatives really sort of driving that and we're seeing it right at the top of the table and more and more developers pushing forward the architectural and design community really sort of being able to set the stage for the growth We're going to host cop in Egypt and company UAE next year Carbon taxes are very much alive issue carbon reporting is ever more present Where does that fit into the design narrative when you're looking at a brief Look I think as we design a space or a building an experience this is really looking from the start of the finish and the whole life cycle of that building Where does it get it used to be very separate the carbon taxes particularly are really making an impact on every part of business and everyone's incomes and generations So what we're seeing and we were a large part of this cop 26 where we're very keen on seeing this action happening now Now carbon taxes it's a great initiative Governments and these aspiring leadership especially in the Middle East are really trying to again create this awareness and this is about longevity This is about keeping a sustainable payment for not just our generation but for generations to come When you look at the landscape the mandates that you get here let's say in the GCC do they have a technical advantage in designing the cities of the future and that they don't have as many restrictions They can be avant garde in design relative to let's say a portion of London You've got to restore history You've got to maintain history or Paris or LA which has historical baggage on its back Is that an advantage for cities of the futures here I think it's certainly an advantage again You look around a lot of the projects we're working on both here in the UAE and across the riad This is really being able to focus now on what people are looking for those experiences And people are really looking for these big four things They're looking for the opportunity of where they're going to live The places have changed They're looking for safety And they're looking for this affordability and of course convenience And there's been a lot of talk around the 20 minute city a lot of those conversations about people want to go somewhere where they can work They can live they can eat they can entertain or very easily Of course if you're putting new buildings in it's perhaps we want to look at the adaptability and look at reusing as we can But the opportunity is still there And I think so long as everyone goes in with a conscious mind that we can reuse smart materials we can use net zero materials As gensler we're committed by 2030 that all of our buildings we design will be net zero.

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"tim martin" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"tim martin" Discussed on WSB-AM

"At the stag and Adam less people have a lot of tickets to give away later. Well, Kevin has threatened Adam with giving out his personal phone number. I wouldn't let him do that road dog. I just wouldn't do it gets cut his microphone. What? What? Let's go to Erin, who is down? I was up in Virginia. Erin. Thank you for holding and walk to the bulldog branch of the hilltop grill brought to you by PT Solutions. Hey, Jeff. Uh, Kevin, I want to. First of all tell you all how much we appreciate you all. Up here in Virginia, staying up late with post game show and the brunch this morning. It always keeps us I feel like we're indulged country up here in Virginia. We really thank you for that. And you, Erin? Thank you thing, um Well, I wanted to try to get an, uh, an idea with the situation with George Pickens and his his knee injury. And the talks of a possibility of may be able to play this year because you talk to me about that injury because I know that timelines usually, uh, a little longer than that. If there's something to Specific about his injury that would allow him to come back sooner. Thank you very much. Go ahead, Aaron. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Yeah, I just wanted to say, uh you know, I was born 40 years ago this past Thursday. I grew up. Uh, my parents and grandparents with Legends of, uh, number 34 1980 season and Man, We're really excited. I think this is going to be the year and, uh Go dogs. You'll have a good day. Thank you. And I appreciate that and talking about that 80 team. What's crazy and and Kevin? He played with a lot of those guys. They actually talked about it in the spring. Chris Welton, Frank Ross. You know all Tim Martin. Those guys in the spring of 80 had T shirts printed in 1980 national champions. I said Norris Brown brought up and said, Hey, we've talked about SEC championships. Why not win the whole thing? That team Visualized it and then now it is 15 nothing in Knoxville. It's not looking too good, but then you get when you got to be in and you start to build on it there and I think this team believes that they can do it and through two games, if you had to say, Give me the two teams with the best chance to do it. Charges. One of those two Yeah, anyway, I really believe that just from my, uh my career and being around championship teams and being on championship teams, you have to have that as your only an end goal. And I really mean it. I don't think it ever was clear to me than one year on the Bears. We talked about getting off to a six and start because we were on the road and we had a couple of games that.

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"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

"You side with a with a mole. Poignant nick step out once you get this. I investment property. Onto why i think having attained behind us to bounce ideas off as well for this journey may has banded absolute godsend because it's like Because what we want to. But then we stopped dashing allen's because knowledge vices in this i mean knowing that we've got that tacona out kona to really do the heavy lifting for us It's it's a godsend for us. That this gives you pay simone in that confidence to continue to take one step forward after what is being incredibly challenging item for you guys and you still resilience shine through your ability to to look adversity and and just basically move it to the side and cape that positive. Mindset is a testament to of uganda. Congratulations on on unite. Basically it all comes from the top down you know good on the thank you. If it wasn't for the podcast said i think it would have been out of style Absolutely i think having that daily affirmation and reassurance building up knowledge and confidence base was fundamentals critical. If we didn't have that. I don't know how how we would bay right now. To be honest because it would have been a very lonely overwhelming experience and to Confidently side we probably would have just popped it and we still wouldn't denied any progress because we just dealing with so much So having that support from the by of you in the whole team has been vacant really has an. I'm not trying to topple dramatic day but it's being like just a bacon just a whole lot of dummies for us Just knowing that that's the goal in and we've got attain behind us. It's going to get us there and help us. God the way knowing that the works on us you can give us a parameters. But it's been just equipping us with the knowledge Gratefully community of the party. Caption having you barth Provide that antle knowledge so generously so willingly Issues competence based ross next on the steady guy a focus a direction that we really needed in ally at that time stories luck. You'll just fueled betting on enormously but you're you're living example of where the molin goes. The body follows because at that time you go as did the work and you made the choice. I don't think that's a shouldn't be lost in the story but final question for you buy is a case guided. Pandemic you've changed. You've got negative plan. Can what does it. What does it feel any antedated in pop but if we reflect you looking back now and you're in the revision mira at a. I think he said march sixteen was the significant diet for you. And and what's the feeling of accomplishment that you actually have as you back at that died from the anxiety and panic in the whatever emotions running for you at the time to now. Your story is incredible. Enjoyed every minute of this. I think everyone inaccurately enjoyed so any. Ego is a now just a Your your post the story for people that have been in your situation and what the necessary steps out. What what does that feel like for you as you look back and look at that lawn in the sand night. Back in march the saints surreal. It's says it's an odd experience. I got reminded of Had a jubilation That we have. We've achieved what we set out to achieve of twelve months..

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"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Ian's pull your money out so that was kind of a scary thing. With where do we go on to make property just it clicked because at the time. Look at savings to just throw it into. Do we throw it into a bank account plotted fees. What do we do. And i think very quickly decided property was delightful and for us and tell us about the plane. So what's the what are the big milestones that you looking to do what show what should travel budget look like h year and and you know and obviously you know as as you you know people are going to want to know the the climbing of the hill story wrought tell us what you're doing now in regards to your work and and you know the the career aspirations that you have and then ultimately what it all looks together we'll waking me brings It was really instrumental in during of us general. What is for the future. Prison was a big as That out and they had a lot of patients swing swing by the hour. we do. What was realistic. What would want to save ourselves so we decided that definitely we wanted to to buy. I'm and we settled on Plan to get three properties investment properties as. Well as our in hyman. Initially we plan will to just earn. I'm vets But we recently had a review of our plan lazo now financial circumstances in the market. We decided actually the ford being that we are in in jobs that would like to make logs have careers. So it's still a lot of movement in that regard that probably just for the next few years probably ideal strategy for us at the moment. We're looking at willis. Investing pitching's hitching best investment property before we settled down just so that we can have that control if we need to move again the new jobs as they come up because what barth still going through that discovery phase. Now way we wanna go. Next was still very much a holding data in that regard But i think longtime we decided that we would would love to retire. Early plus will now be to like fifty is ideally. We could pack bags and and get back to trifling and still young enough to enjoy it and enjoy the travel. And tim loves through seeking stuff. may probably not so much while he's still young. I guess to tire and enjoy a comfortable onset. I mean we set out also pretty ambitious target nine hardwick and and with the help of bell team behind us saying that it was achievable has been pretty pretty astonishing. And we've got a pretty healthy set plus itchy now that we're targeting because we've managed really A really deeply. Assess cash and work our way we could cut expenses so we've really taken hatchet to that And paring back in in travel will be set himself. Africans five thousand dollars a year allowance for trouble at the moment. That's not going anywhere. Cited hell building into that little kitty into we can get back to the states but At the.

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"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Days a week. Twenty hours a day just too soon as possible. Get that debt idol. That was my driving vols for throw. Continue window while while on voter tim. That's incredible. use the woods snabel and if someone listens to this and that he you know can relate to you either the living credits in sort of a ditz borrow Can you explain what you meant able and have someone else. Mafia had been from your experience yet. The may was immediately waking. Which is the big debt which funds to the highest interest rate which is going to have the most impact immediately to see that number one coming down but also to the grazing so the may was just really being honest. Have really dr assessments. All what was coming in. What was coming out. How could i minimize the to. Thomas gonna take at all so it was really about the biggest This matching that one down Being that little also had lots interest rate and then just going from there and some people way they'll sought with his small's didn't domino the may because impact was just saying the lodge numba drawdown little using the banks to consolidate the debt as well during a little role is to try and minimize the amount of interest. Pang on these accounts are going my way essentially and just trying to be the down. So this congratulations to you. It's a it's a. it's a great news story high So we get through the other side of that over a couple year period and you obviously getting more serious about your relationship and and in also about your career is This is the big hit because this is an interesting part of your story that we wanna share. Today is around the careers that urine. So what you let everyone know. Bicycling what work you doing and in what happened when a when a pandemic kitson and basically stop industry biking sign same company on simul on. I was one of the managers. Aaron tim nine years. You've been. Yeah total seventy seven years. So we started off by in domestic flying incomplete Barth made the decision around two thousand seventeen to international and that's actually how he During training school vision National we just hit it off and became fast friends. continued flying for a number of us and we buy pretty much decided pretty early on that. This is just what we wanted to to essentially retirement. We just didn't see any other job. Industry that had Interest or impact on the way that flying. It was really dna. And i'm really a pot of what made us fundamentally happy. It was never jogged. Full for seconds that it felt like we were giving anything like you in grateful to have that physician covet and ferocity. It was the lifestyle it wasn't it wasn't a job. It was purely a family that we go to see everyday. Go pay to travel the world and do something that we really really enjoyed doing and did really really well and then suddenly to have that taken away by us at the exact same time was really really brutal and transform. Really and it'll wind. You would come out very grateful that experience because wouldn't be we wouldn't have never found the i'm jay gone to property investing. We never found the property couch..

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"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

"A credit cards and robbing peter to pay all one grade cots that next and came home from overseas with a credit card. Debt well into the double figures. It was quite a stressful scary situation. I let myself sort of it into and then that's what kind of smart ending up in snapped me out of in. This isn't sustainable I need a bit away to leave and have some plans instructor place for myself before becomes damaging to my long ten happiness and opportunities and what was that. What what what snap you out of it. I think it came back in and we ahead to at the time. Based on the fact that i'd be leaving credit and having to resort to approaching to france Put myself in this situation Now having to play catch shots Asking the help in that regard and getting help from family and friends to help me out but then that was only enough to cover. Maybe a fifth of what. I needed to pay. So i think we'll snapped me out as the realizing that it wasn't it wasn't happy in that situation. It wasn't bringing me any sort of satisfaction. it's a hullah last when You're not really paying for yourself. It's borrowed time. And i was thinking this is the future in the law saul had a one for myself but i need to get back to my roots. Pull will myself up on my straps. In digging in on it i I sold my friends going down very similar pause way though facing bankruptcy and having to leave with mom and dad in the thirties and basically going back to where they wear in attains and just not sitting themselves up for our future sold out in france in full. That just isn't the future i want for myself. And that's exactly where. I'm hitting the go down so team. How did you approach organizing your money when you did get back from overseas. And what was the you know. Did you pay yourself first. did you contact your creditors. We talking to the bank so we you know what was the program you said. You've obviously took some borrowing from family infringe. Tell tell us a little bat how you got out of that debt. That ditz farro. His is probably nicer. lauren stumbled upon scott pipe Besta and really made that was the catalyst reading that book in going. Wow this there's a way out of this is very simple structure to follow. And i'm going to say. I know that in my mind things it happened. I make it happen. No matter walton so initially exactly that just being really honest telling. The debt snowballing. It working out. What needs to be done. And then just recognizing that my income was never gonna pay this off. I had to go get three four five jobs at a time and sacrifice quality on tomlinson and downtown essentially working seven.

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"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

05:46 min | 11 months ago

"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Really important that you put your future. I find something that rewards in more than just the income coming from trying pop that wisdom while it's wisdom monroe. I'm so there's a favorite for us to unpack their team. So it's gonna pause quickly. We'll have a chat with tom so same question. Same question to you. What what was the discussions like over the dinner table for your growing up in money. My was totally different teams I came from a family that was relatively comfortable in las. My dad had come from nothing and built his own business. My mum came from a more comfortable styles. Came from a family of hats. Money so growing up. I guess i had him since of my mom in my area like l. Very materially sticks bhagat israel. Got that then. My dad's in my other air will get nothing. Last comes to three. If you wanna have a comfortable life go to work. Give backside austin on yes. I was kind of wish i mean i grew up very comfortable loss Money was kind of never really taboo aspect in a house. Dad was very down west in that aspect. But then gauss i had my members Iva bearing tightly different upbringing at is is Different upbringing to show engine ever got that. What did that main sort of saying mom. A bit more splash and sort of the opposite way. Where did you meet in the middle i. I'll be honest. I was kind of my fate in between h. knowing i had that At cushion behind me in terms of my mum's lot analysts knowing that could space nas device for whatever reason. And you know my dad's voices in my lia things can change. You can lose it all for whatever the yeah. So he's not. It's good to get the value of money sells and not just have it handed to. I guess sans log tom that you. You had a safety net. Which is a luxury tonight. That you've got that. But he should add who's self made soon. I am business. Did ever feel comfortable in terms of the amount of money you had was always always hard working and did you say did you say enjoying the spoils of that. That if that he's putting tonight not really saying the hop right in hockey went through my upbringing Touched at all on a he was a man of very simple things. But then i mean he had to sell away the stuff he did treasure hip to give away that we on the brink Never never say he would go around splashing things will. He never told me he was comfortable. Law his allies job to do better for himself in his family Yep and you'll one of how many how many kids Three three okay. So for mr So question for you with that as a backdrop. What did that look. Like as you transitioned through dependence on parents as you guys through tonight and then you get to your first job with all of a sudden your control the cash..

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"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

"It just wasn't something that mom and dad comfortable openly discussing with this movement. We give us context that we around queensland and mainly and did you rate as you're moving around or were you will you know. What were your parents doing in terms of you know the accommodation saudi things. Yeah of course while. I was born in sydney bell initially and then very quickly. We moved to Out to lighten in. Wi for a number of years always rinsing accommodation provided by the mining company. Whatever that arrangement. I'm not quite clear that then. Moving on as well to go roxby downs in south australia where we lived for a number of years. Dad working olympic dam Than we after about. Ten years of shifting around we moved back to sydney back to the big smoke that to the northern beaches back. Tomorrow where it'll be did you keep. The property violates your moving around or you sell the property not Destroyed is a bit surprising that always rented up until we moved events. Central cars around ninety ninety seven said that'd been renting fitting voting of my life. The finally decided that enough was enough with the kids reaching h. Wear that eating attains. All of us and they realized that stability was probably the next Son so they decide to put down roots in on the central coast and Purchase fondly the first time on an from that when you said that The parents discourage those conversations. What did that look like. Just chiming the subject of moving on or actually signed none and that damn let's move on. Yeah it's a good question. I think the head of it was that money was something that was a necessary evil in life but The pursuit of having more of it was probably not an ideal that they wanted us destroy towards it was never a case of fear of money will not wanting us to succeed was just the focus on money as being was just not a healthy productive way to to move forward so i know when i discussed job that is well i wanna be able to buy a home and i wanna be in a position to have the nasa things and we had to travel unfortunate that takes money And also voice driven back to just find a passion Money will always follow that fully august and like this on the money so much. That's interesting as a concept. Considering that ultimately your parents work in the mines that i'm assuming because the dollars were were obviously a lot stronger so do you feel that. What was the relationship with as you say feeding the seven miles all did you know. Did that ole sign main that that we needed this out thinking about what was what was tomorrow. We'll like was there a lot of tomorrow. Discussion and a lot of planning for your parents passed the big family. Nothing at all nothing to spend tens of what the long test strategy was how. I what that would look like. I think the modesto perspective the was We've made a lot of except for bosses. Having to go work increase. We've weren't necessarily planning on But we want from. You is to have the opportunity of choice in tens of passion and dying get caught up on In dollars to decide to have a family..

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"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"tim martin" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Box does lifestyle channel co host of escape the city on the abc and partner of impel wealth advisory then kingsley chair property investors council of australia and the founder of empowering advisory named the two thousand eighteen in two thousand and nineteen property advisory firm of the year stay tuned as they renew the insiders guide to property finance and honey management affects. Welcome back to the property. Catch podcast the first of our into series. Hello how are you. I might hate going on terrific. Might we doing this winter series because y'all enjoying winter in the sun but i'm super excited about the series we we always some series When we do this is the first. Tell me during winter series. But it's just a novel opportunity to go to the community and sai what is it that you've been doing and have you implemented this. That other people can taunt me such. It's a really exciting part of the the recordings it's his proof moment bras. Every episode is his proof. He's proof it works his proof it works. Yeah yeah it's good. And then those people who say yeah works to you and ben bras but what about the rest of us. Well as proof we got we got. We got So today's guest Super exciting to chat about dive. Ghat hates of lila's in this story in the has covered killing korea. there is international. Traveling jets Jet setters all of that coming to and then a pivot in correze monse it and planning so There's lots episode. let's cut it now. The that we have with tim and tom or ben. We go very special guests. That i as part of a series. We are talking to tim. Martin and tom henry backstory looking forward to dogging in but put cussedness and really they a story in not only Thinking about you'll financial future but also creating positive mindset When circumstances against you some surplus audubon dogging rival Let's welcome to the probably catch. Tim and tom thanks. Thanks guys. it's a pleasure. Look t t to exactly..

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New Covid-19 Outbreaks Test South Korea’s Strategy

WSJ What's News

04:22 min | 1 year ago

New Covid-19 Outbreaks Test South Korea’s Strategy

"We go now to South Korea, which are some important lessons in dealing with covid nineteen. It has had a lot of success in limiting the spread and other countries are looking to it for inspiration. Let's find out how South Korea is doing it with the journals Tim. Martin our bureau chief there he joins us from Seoul hey there. Tim Mark. Tim I wanNa map this out. What are the key components in South Korea's plan to combat the pandemic. I, they had a plan a national plan. So even before cases started to erupt in January and February, they were already thinking about tests and not only test, but how to quickly administer them across the country you know. So there wouldn't be backlogs people waiting for the results once the outbreak really mushroomed in size then they locked into this contact tracing very aggressive contact tracing approach where the blended technology officials had access to everything inside your smartphone basically, and this allowed officials to really pinpoint where were the outbreaks occurring. Who had it? Who might have it and you take those two things in combination plus South Koreans knew the drill people wear face masks here out of routine and they had gone through other public health crises. So this wasn't a moment where there was much confusion the message from the National Government through public health officials was very consistent stay indoors where face mass avoid large groups and the people more or less volunteered to follow the government certainly took the lead in this, but it also involved big names in business. At a certain point early on in the outbreak. South Korea didn't have enough hospital beds problem seen in many different countries, and at that point, every patient who has confirmed was going to a hospital very quickly they ran out of space. So instep South Korea's biggest companies like Samsung L. G.. Sunday they offered up corporate dormitories to alleviate some of the backlog. In fact in South Korea about eighty percent of cases are symptomatic or mild in nature. So this really allowed doctors and equipment to be prioritized those who who most need it is this an effort or a response that would work in other parts of the world I'm thinking the United States or Europe certainly the approach to to quarantining and widespread testing. Could have worked elsewhere I think the elements that would not be accepted by Western societies including the US would be invasive contact tracing. This was all written into local infectious disease laws in South Korea that without a big discussion around corona? Virus. Health officials could again tap into your smartphone data. They could even access telecom networks if tracing cases was too difficult, that's a level that again in Western countries where the system is not previously set up that they wouldn't accept. In, many parts of the world there is concern about a resurgence or second wave of corona virus. What is the atmosphere right now in South Korea. Is there a plan moving forward from where we are now? South Korea has anticipated that there would be a second way for for weeks if not months. Yeah. The strategy is in place I think it's going to be continuing to execution of tracking tracing and testing and I think the population is geared up for it. I think while the health officials and the government are talking about this in a very stern tone. If you just look at life in South Korea, it looks remarkably normal compared to the rest of the globe restaurants are open. The sports seasons are still ongoing people go to work. You know basically the biggest shift if you were to look outdoors today versus a year ago is just the prevalence of face masks and You can see South Korean officials adjusting on the fly During this reason uptick, you know the did take some curbs like forcing restaurants to close at nine pm for dining services, and I think one of the key elements of South Korea's approach is again always be in fear of another outbreak and I think with this public discourse. Sort of strategy behind the scenes I think they're going to be prepared to deal with with further outbreaks.

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"tim martin" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"tim martin" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"An example of a more polite Era Emma Two thousand twenty demonstrates the pitfall of pride the dangers of leisure and the consequences of a loose tongue. Are you just watching episode? One hundred and two Emma. Two Thousand Twenty welcome to the podcast that shares critical thinking for entertained Christian. I'm e Franklin. I'm Tim Martin and say we're talking about a rated PG movie that came out to remake the I think they've had not only the nineteen ninety-six production that starred in.

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"tim martin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"tim martin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Catalina good morning Tim Martin good morning guys sorry things are going that route but I'm excited for you and for your future and anyway a couple things got in nineteen ninety nine Montero sport and engine light on the guy checked it and said that there's a number number six cylinders not firing right I don't know no I'm yeah Israel six burning a bunch of gas gas is six seventy one a gallon here and I was thinking of looking at some new last week I looked in those poking at a a Ford C. Max it's a it's I think it's a hybrid cars they sold it really fast it was under ten grand and I got a look I do a lot this town is one square mile to allow stop and go I need some the V. six is second gas and so I don't know if you can give me a recommendation on on a vehicle I I I could do probably a lot better but this is an S. U. V. and I don't know guys if you need to call her do you need an S. U. V. what's I mean do you need a vehicle that bigger now not not necessarily it's it's you're giving up to two hundred inches and I thought I'd go this route it was a I still discarded honestly eight hundred Bucks cost twelve hundred Bucks just ship a car on the island so we got rid you bought this maxim not yet no I I looked at it in big god god god god up real fast and I need some would you recommend something like that with the battery that I really don't know anything about the car but I kinda the research I did you know well I if I wish you would stay away from a hybrid for out there you don't need it it's one square mile I mean get in in the in those vehicles need to be driven to keep the hybrid called working properly the battery's charge of property in all it's almost as bad to let them sit one more than anything so in in your case now I would stay away from hybrid for out there for Catalina island and lesser gonna go full are you well yeah unless you're gonna go like full electric at that that point but I if you have charging stations out there I don't the last time is that we have to do yeah I can get away with it sure you could do that but still the costs a little higher for the amount that you drive I would probably just go with a you know find something that's such a regular vehicle you know as far as that goes and I mean there's a lot of vehicles that that depending on what you need if you want to S. U. V. or what but I really don't need it I just I I like the size it's it's it's good for certain reasons we have the interior you know where we can get out and go over it I'm looking at yeah mostly ninety percent of mine is just getting the work and and it's cold so I like instead of a golf cart which is ninety percent of people years and I've been here twenty six years you all time is about to come all the time okay gotcha I do yeah I've been here since ninety three and it took me twenty two years together full size sticker groups you know for a car that's two hundred inches long gotcha and I'm just using it yeah I got a chance to use I could go some guys are running around and Sam rice and I. Q. C. R. yeah and you know what I I might look at for you is is a little kia soul pretty roomy inside like a little S. U. V. a good idea and they're great on gas mileage we use them for our shuttles so we Iowa five of them so you know what I got family and and in San Diego and Fallbrook and yeah they own to so that might be a good option for your little kia soul man that may in the end I will definitely fit in that size and they're great to drive in yeah it's kind of like a golf cart with doors on it honestly there are better yes neither no interplay room in a mine put stuff in or whatever you can fit four people when an easy for five people and and yeah that's what I do good guys that's why I called you that's where thank you so much let me get let me let you get other callers thanks for your time guys no problem thanks a list in your in your future thank you guys listen every week a listener I love this station I really do look like history the guys in the morning are hilarious and let's see you guys on the weekends the finance guys are listening everything and that's awesome no it's a good it's a great fish and if you guys go podcast I'll do my best to follow here as well I love the income thank you let me let you go all right take care now Tim thanks for the call your guys bye bye bye Tim lives in an amazing place I love cuddling I know that's a cool place that's why I go you live out there full time so and I know some folks do that's cool place if you've never visited and you live in California or if you're not even from California get out here you should go out to Catalina island actually I was many version of Hellboy one of the trainers at the gym that I I know I know really well when I go to the gym and I talked him on time he flew out there with a friend of his and they the plane flipped upside down there have only now is like two weeks ago total the plane they both walked away that was you said sounds like he made it so that's a good point yeah I'm good the other gentleman got some fractures in his back he's an older guy but they walked away I guess they still even a couple fractures that decides the you know the short shot the runway inflicted over when they were landing at the end so well I'm sure there are the runaway out there's not too long so it's probably a long jet I don't think I don't I don't know can't remember using take the ferry out so kind of cool stuff for sure all right real quick let's grab GBM watermark good morning J. B. yes earnings hello J. B. where you been man it's been so long since I talk to you how are you doing right I didn't have anything I wanted to talk to you about that now deleted I kind of suggestion for you one of your future programs we also automobile junkyard looks like you're gonna send them they column salvage yards now they get offended when you call in junk I know that eighty nine years old so I remember when I was a kid with a goal of still law because these vehicles old beat up rusted out and so forth so only I thank you the complete come there sometime the difference between state as excellent repair shop like yours and restoration shop which is this difference is the economics well in in its two different things so but yeah you're right we could do a show on that yeah the for example you see fire people do it for nostalgia reasons I don't know I knew I had a fifty seven reporter fifty seven Chevrolet the the cost of ninety seven thousand dollars to restore it yes it better be dear to your heart if you're going to do a full restoration right but the big difference people don't understand that correct if you really do a great program on that your downside total truth total truth okay J. J. B. we appreciate I'm glad that you've been listening to us at least you don't have to call in all the time but it's good to hear from you I'm glad you called me thank you I drive by a studio all the time I do exactly what your shoppers and what a wonderful shot put is like the philosophy of your shop think about the idea of never put the people yes was the idea of we're going to repair your car and we want you to know in advance what it calls a loosely no question that that's a way better feeling for sure okay Hey thanks for your comment you have a safe wonderful weekend glad to hear from you and I I made notes on that raft restoration or repair that's right you got it my friend thanks so much but why take care now bye bye so great question and we can talk in depth about that but the for sure one of those things all right folks we're gonna have to take our bottom of the hour break here as we wind right in one eight hundred seven six O. K. F. N. B. one eight hundred seven six.

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"tim martin" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"tim martin" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Month on the first week goes through one whole book of phrase by phrase and so forth to see see. What does it say? What does the Bible say what we think it says or why we're thinking about as well with that said? This should be a fairly a short episode. I do have a couple of things I want to tack on here before we get too far along the voices you'll hear today. We'll be myself of course and our favorite all-time Bible teacher J Vernon McGee as hugh comments to add on this very short bit this first of all look at this new segment. Here we have for. You are traditional additional Christians the villains recently on an episode of God printed name a show. I watch avidly aboard. Member stood in opposition to the fictional bishop of New York partly because of his support of family members homosexuality and his living with a girlfriend without being married. Everyone in the family was appalled at at the outspokenness and lack of support of one of the main characters of the show. Some even said the bishops should replace this board member. Is this this where we are. Today are holders traditional values that are mandated by scripture so abhorred by the people of the world. Today in short yes in in Christians today need to be on our guard against the subtle influences. This world wants to enforce for counter-shock. This has been Nathan Caldwell of quest for truth check out our great content truth dot com. Okay thanks it's amazing will for that now will go ahead and play this clip of our Bible. Study right after this it. Are you just watching. Do you enjoy watching movies. Special Effects The interesting characters the great stories. There's a lot ought to enjoy. That comes out of Hollywood but sometimes it's best to approach secular media with a healthy dose of critical thinking. Join me e Franklin and Tim Martin as as we discuss our favorite movies and share critical thinking for the entertain Christian. So his are you just watching dot com to subscribe and don't just watch watch and was just one of the great shows at Christian podcast community visit them at podcasts. Dot Striving for attorney Dot Org and now for our main topic.

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"tim martin" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"tim martin" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"That's very clear five to two favorite than three two one nine two two five to five. Ones. So it's got kind of a classic spread of prices. And then a couple of double digit players the eleven in the seventeen let's punch this up and take a look at this group and get the day started at hot springs, and I don't know if Vick staffer who did not you last year Vic with just the most agonizing outcome with two tickets that were both at many times in the in the realm, and then ended up just outside. So I don't know if. The bad at home. Well, we'll find out in short order than again chance to play in the constellation here that and that's worth something. So it'll be interesting to see what decision he made if he could have made that rush flight back to get back to work at the hot springs today some cheering at where's that fairgrounds? Just getting started race three and it's about a six horse field. I can't imagine that the there's all that much will keep an eye on that race lie Akwa duck just finished the Akwa duct the Ecuador fourth. Casey. We'll go to Oaklawn and get that. Right, right. As they go into the gate, but let's keep an eye. Let's keep an eye on fair grounds, and I'll switch back to the screen there. And basically these three tracks going off at more or less the same time that's gonna cut things down to about eleven races happening fast and furious through here. Well during the semi finals of less less cheap shot. Kobe her Dan Dez can get going with the seven to one shot the seven horse for corral Richards, and maybe that's happening actually. And this is getting it interesting that long fairgrounds stretch look at it priority right now, Chantal Sutherland, and she's gonna get corralled. And now the seven to one shot is making the move. And here's rea- Fargo twenty five to one. Picture crazy angle with fairgrounds with no idea until the last thirty yards. Why what the camera angle they didn't do the long angle. They were doing the short angle, and they were on the leaders. And then all of a sudden the two jumps into the picture, the longest shot on the board reaffirmed, Ken Hargrave and Jairo Rodriguez. How about this dropped out of a plane at the eighth pole and gets to the wire I and as you could probably hear from our microphones lots of action again where those folks in the big contest or with those folks in the conso, I'm gonna guess at least at this table over here where everybody was up and high fiving that was the main action. I think that looks like Pete's loose over there. But I don't know he's not still in the contest, maybe one of his table mates. Or who knows? Maybe they hit some pick that over there. It's hard. It's hard to know. With the info we have wonderful to someday have thing where we can now hit a button and see the list of players who had that horse. And here's Keith with some information laurel fourth now, take a look at the refresh board, and what I'll do Pete is rundown as they get behind the gate at Oaklawn, we'll give you the quick rundown of this field to kick things off at hot springs. Hot blooded song twenty two one from the rail. Tim Martin announce get cherry mean bone run McQuay with Ninety-two Cabrera eight to one on the three arch revenge. Then you've got promising shoes seventy-two Villafranca, and Danny Caldwell. You've got road city. Rock city road, hog the love berry in the irons five to one house. Tim Martin Julio Felix seven to one strong cash three to one Ramon Vasquez for L Cates. And then Jose Guerrero in the Irish for Jack be quick, Patty Turner, your eight horse. There's your field and we'll get the opener gates fly and they're off. From the inside hot blooded song. Flashing speed hawse is moving out forwardly here Haas takes over the lead to rock city road hug mean bone hot blooded song in the red right on the inside in that second contingent..

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"tim martin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tim martin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Tim Martin and the Delwan radio show. You're listening to the radio show gel. We'll be right back with more life changing principles. Just a few minutes. Did you know that every dollar you invest in real total freedom in your life safely and quickly build wealth in passive income? So you never worry about working until you drop losing your job or retiring in poverty over twenty five years ago. Del Walmsley founded lifestyles unlimited Dell has taught over a hundred thousand people just like me, and you the principles of financial freedom through his national radio shows and personal one-on-one mental at lifestyles unlimited. I'm excited to tell you about the real estate workshop that has changed so many lives. This workshop seats you inside what we do. And what we believe we'll share with you, the five ways we make money in real estate and much more just like your personal trainer, but lifestyles unlimited team will motivate encourage and teach you so you can get in the best financial shape of your life. Call eight six six nine seven one eighty nine seventy or go to five ways we make money dot com. That's five ways we make money dot com. To register for the workshop that will change your life. That's five. Ways we make money dot com. The number one question real estate investors. Have is should I buy it with the best available data on comparable sales, rents your marketplace? My discovery allows you to quickly easily estimate capital gains and monthly cash. Flow to getting the best deals dot com to sign up for the free online class. How you get the best investment properties to identify the very best deals to add to your. That's getting the best deals dot com. What would.

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"tim martin" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"tim martin" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Buying them back in eleven ten eleven twelve at the same time, but using Kia Sakis model, which is not nearly as sophisticated and well thought out and well mapped out as the one that I found it lifestyles, but it was very helpful. I'm not gonna dispute that, but he never never explained it theory of only put down twenty percent taking the rest of they eighty percent. And then buying for other properties. You know? Assuming it's one hundred thousand dollar home. So anyhow, my brother, Jeff, and I both then started getting in single family real estate investing. So if that answers your question. Jeff got you to take a look at life. So you started listening to podcasts. Eventually joined and where did you took the two day with me? And with David I think you said did you took it twice? What they did. I as I went on the internet, and I took the workshop, and then I was impressed with that. Then what I did is. I took the the next course over the internet. Dan, I decided to join a passive. I took a two day over the internet again. And it just wasn't the same as as live. You don't get to meet the people fantastic people down there. You just don't get the you just don't get the energy that you do any excitement they do live. So after a two day the following month. August of last year the beginning of August. I came down to Houston, and I took the two day with you. With kathleen. And it was fantastic. It it blew my mind, and the people I met or fantastic, and they were still open, and they just gave me their roadmap. What they did how they got to where they were. And I went I went right to the, you know, the most successful guys I could find in the room and ask them their story. And they were just terrific. So yeah, I took the two day with you. And then just recently this past June the beginning of June. I took my nineteen year old daughter. She attends Michigan state, and I took her down, and I took her to David fishers class in San antone, just to get a different perspective into to reinforce what I learned from you. And that was a good experience. Well, we're gonna take a break on that point. Right there. Tim we come back. We'll talk about you know, what were the major points that you found his. I will be right back with Tim Martin. Dell. Oh..

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"tim martin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"tim martin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"So make sure you stop by seven fifty Chicago avenue, and she cast a pool tables and the arcade games up stairs. And by the way, they have a brand new pizza. Many and check out their best happy hour ever in any place in Evanston. That's why we're going to see you there at the firehouse grill. This. This is your talk. And hashtag in any social media, hashtag fifteen ninety. Jio Evanston, Chicago. Welcome back to the last segment of radio show with me here today is Tim Martin issue. Kogyo real estate investor. Tim is also a attorney right now he is working private practice. He used to be a prosecutor, Terry. For many years. And he says he's at the point where he's looking to retire. And he's got a plan is going to get him out in eighteen months having settled that Tim I wanna ask you different questions different direction. Here if you would take this pick this up and run with this. We have a tremendous number of members that are upper management middle management type of individuals that come here, and they find it their expertise is very valuable. They they like being invested. They like running businesses and so forth. What we don't have as many of our people like yourself, which are highly educated highly compensated professionals that work in their business not on their business. They're just get up every day. And if you don't go do some some legal work, you don't get paid. Doctor doesn't go to some doctor work. He doesn't get paid. You know, etcetera etcetera all these highly compensated highly educated, mostly intelligent individuals, and yet with all that education, all that intelligence and a lot of money to invest most of them do not find a way to something like this where they can retire is it they don't want to retire. Tim is. Is it? They don't know that stuff like this. Or is it that the feeling that? Hey, we're the smartest guys in the room. And nobody else can tell us something. We don't know we've already paid for the highest, you know, the most intelligent financial planners. Are are we get everything done the best because we're the best. Where where's this? Where's this falling apart on their part as far as me being able to meet them, and let them see what they could do passively while still being a professional? Can you help us out on that? I don't think they understand the passive income. I think they understand that there are alternative vehicles investment vehicles out there such as real estate investment trust. But then again, those are mutual funds subject to financial advisor fees and ups.

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"tim martin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"tim martin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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What is UK doing to prepare for a no-deal Brexit?

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

What is UK doing to prepare for a no-deal Brexit?

"The the amount of food that comes from continental Europe into the UK said, it's important for not only our consumers, but also our suppliers that we have a sensible supply chain because most of this product is fresh it can't sit at the borders from any days. That was Kevin o'byrne who is the saints at CFO a little taste of what he had to say around Brexit. We also touched on the price impact of deal Brexit yesterday. We heard from where the space Tim Martin the aspect can chairman and CEO big proponent of Brexit. He was saying that a hard. Brexit would not be inflation rate while we got a different view from the CFO who said it would have an inflationary impact sat with Kevin Ben. Let's get up to date with the broader picture the global picture. Here's your global news with Bloomberg's Markus Karlsson. Thanks very much on president. Donald Trump says he's not worried about the council of a

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