35 Burst results for "Tyler Tyler"

Urshela, Mahle power Twins to 4-0 victory over Angels

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Urshela, Mahle power Twins to 4-0 victory over Angels

"Geo or shella and Tyler malley sent the twins past the angels four zero or shella belted his 11th home run among his three hits as Minnesota won for just the second time in its last 8 road games Also scored twice It is 9 three hit game of the season Malley started the twins tenth shutout of the season scattering three hits over 6 innings Gilberto celestino smacked a two run Homer helping the twins stay one and a half games behind the AL central leading guardians Patrick Sandoval fell to three and 8 I'm Dave ferry

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Harris' late blast lifts Braves to 4-3 win over Marlins

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Harris' late blast lifts Braves to 4-3 win over Marlins

"Michael Harris the second had two hits including a two run Homer that broke a two two tie in the 8th inning of the braves four three win over the Marlins Matt Olson also went deep as Atlanta moved within 6 and a half games of the NO east leading mets The braves bullpen came through with 5 innings of four hit ball with Tyler working a scoreless 7th to get the win Kenley Janssen walked two in the knife before getting his 25th save The Marlins had 12 hits but were just one for 14 with runners in scoring position It was their 25th one run loss I'm Dave fairy

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Tyler Bowyer Discusses Turning Point Action’s Rally with Ron DeSantis

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 1 d ago

Tyler Bowyer Discusses Turning Point Action’s Rally with Ron DeSantis

"Boyers here who runs turning point action, Tyler, welcome back. Hey Charlie, how are you doing? We're doing great and got a big weekend ahead. Oh, huge weekend. Tell us about it. We have governor Ron DeSantis making his first stop outside of the state of Florida. Here with us at turning point action in Arizona. And so Ron is has been kind enough. We ground him backstage. We're like, hey, we need you in Arizona as soon as this primaries over. Yep. He's like, heck yes, you bet I'll come out and he's coming. And it's going to be one of the largest political events I think in Arizona this year. We already have thousands upon thousands of people we had to move to the largest venue. Theater venue that we could find, which is where we hosted Trump last year for our event, pretty historically. It's huge. It was huge. And that's what really set the tone for the Arizona race last year anyways. And so we're really excited governor desantis is going to be with the great Kerry Lake. The inspirational Blake masters and then we're going to be focusing on all our big W's, which Arizona had a ton of wins, legislatively. Yep. And so Warren Peterson, who is in the state Senate, he's awesome, one of the greatest conservatives is going to be shouting out a lot of those wins for us. And so you want to be there. It's historic. You're not going to want to miss this. It really, it's akin to the Trump rally that we hosted in 2015, I think. Which is a big turning point in Arizona history where we're actually taking back conservative ground

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The Regime Worships at the Church of "The State"

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 1 d ago

The Regime Worships at the Church of "The State"

"We talk about Merrick Garland, we shouldn't talk about Merrick Garland the person or Anthony Fauci, the person we should talk about the Borg talk about this machine, this all encompassing monstrosity. That seems overwhelming. It's the monstrosity that invaded Mar-a-Lago. It is the machine that came in. Guns drawn 30 FBI agents for 9 and a half hours. For 270 man hours. The problem with the administrative state is that it's so arbitrary. They get to choose who they target. The law is not the guide. Of the shadow government, the bureaucrat is. So when Merrick Garland comes out and he says, well, we don't take these decisions lightly and we take this all into consideration. What he's really saying is I'm in charge, but he really isn't in charge, his council of experts are in charge, but they all think the same. They all have the same beliefs. They send their kids to the same schools. They vote for the same candidates. They all are deep down very miserable. What do they worship? What is their metaphysical belief? They don't believe in God the way you and I would. Maybe they might say they do. No, no, they worship at the church of the state. They are statists. I'm a Christian, some of you are dea some of you are Jews. Some of you are people that might be Hindus or Muslims. Fauci and Garland worship the state. You see,

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What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 1 d ago

What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?

"What do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland have in common? I know they're both kraven old men that are using their twilight years to terrorize a majority of the country and they're both approximately 5 feet tall with no Napoleon syndrome, by the way, trying to tell us how to live our lives and using their power for evil, but they're also creatures of the administrative state. Now, as we talk about on this program, the constitution authorizes three types of power. We all learn this in school. It's very basic. The legislative branch, the executive branch, and the judicial branch. How does the administrative state though fit into that arrangement? And the answer is it doesn't. If you go all the way back to 1887, Congress created the interstate commerce commission. It was expanded decades later, but it was almost this fourth branch of government, the birth of the fourth branch of government, and it was no coincidence that happened in the late 1800s. This was where the focus on scientism was born industrial revolution, people start to think they could perfect man. We need the council of experts, the administrators that know best. We have allowed over the last hundred years. The administrative state also called the deep state or the shadow government to do whatever they want to do with very little check or balance or transparency being demanded.

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Shelves Remain Empty Across Supermarkets

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 3 d ago

Shelves Remain Empty Across Supermarkets

"Stagflation That is inflation with recession The economy is not growing It is shrinking Our farmers have already warned us what's going to happen Our farmers have already warned us what's going to happen Why Because of the price of fertilizer among other things And the price of feed for livestock It's through the roof The consequences have yet to come in full view That is to affect you fully yet But they will Now I went to the largest supermarket in my area I went to the largest supermarket in my area two days ago I walked through the aisles intentionally one afternoon another Tyler got my exercise Damn things is bigger than a football field And there were empty shelves There were empty shelves And not just empty of baby formula Condiments all kinds of condiments missing Cereals missing Juices fruit juices or other juices like V8 they didn't have any of that The signs were back take one package of the paper towels one package the toilet paper It was obvious And in your own lives you see the same damn thing

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Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 d ago

Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

"Cody Bellinger Homer twice in Tyler Anderson through 7 scoreless innings in the Dodgers four zero win over the Padres Anderson allowed only two hits while striking out three his 13 wins ties him for the most in the national league There's a lot of guys on our rotation to have a lot of wins and that's the reason because we score a lot of runs Can we play great defense So our job is to go out there and try out those tracks and keep us in games You Darvish took the lost now ten and 5 San Diego just one in four since trading for superstar one Soto Mark Myers Los Angeles

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 Jays' miscues lead to Gordon run in 10th, Twins win 6-5

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Jays' miscues lead to Gordon run in 10th, Twins win 6-5

"Nick Gordon slams a three run Homer and scored the winning run in the tenth inning of the twins 6 5 verdict over the Blue Jays Gordon had three hits and was the automatic runner when he reached third on an error and scored on a Fielder's choice Toronto forest X ratings on ray mail tapio RBI single and I thought new Minnesota closer Jose Lopez making his twins debut Tyler O'Malley became the team's first hurler to go 6 innings since July 24th Malley allowed one hit through the first four innings before giving up homers to Matt Chapman Santiago espinal and Vladimir Guerrero junior

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 Contreras hits 2-run HR in 8th as Cubs beat Marlins 2-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Contreras hits 2-run HR in 8th as Cubs beat Marlins 2-1

"Tyler O'Neill's three run home run steps at two two 7 8 and propels the Cardinals to a 7 to two win over the cubs to complete a double header sweep Really good feeling for me Let alone the motion of the doggo and the boys are fired up for me So let's get feels out there Very enjoyable And hopefully a lot more to come Nolan are not always a two run blast for the cards Patrick wisdom goes deep for Chicago Jose Quintana gives up one run on one hit over 6 innings in his redbird debut The Cardinals and brewers now share the top spot in the eno central

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Tyler Bowyer Calls out Maricopa County for Pens That Smeared Ballots

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | Last week

Tyler Bowyer Calls out Maricopa County for Pens That Smeared Ballots

"Another account of smeared ink was relayed on a social media post from conservative activist, Tyler Boyer, whose chief executive officer of turning point action that's Charlie Kirk's organization. He said we had several votes come through with the markers that got smeared in the machine, I mean, on and on. How hard is this? Penal county ran out of ballots. A voting site a Maricopa opened late after an inspector failed to report to work. The ballot shortages follow other election woes in pinal county. They sent out erroneous ballots to 63,000 voters last month. Well, if Carrie Lake is only up by a few thousand, I wonder if erroneous mailed out ballots to 63,000 could come into play, huh?

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Donald Trump’s Perfect Endorsement Record in Arizona

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | Last week

Donald Trump’s Perfect Endorsement Record in Arizona

"Trump made some pretty bold endorsements here in Arizona. So Blake masters has won. Mark fincham has won, rusty Bowers, who testified in front of the J 6 community, committee has lost and farnsworth in opposition has won. And it looks like Carrie is going to win. There's a 100,000 ballots outstanding. People are a little worried they say, can they still do some shenanigans with those 100,000 ballots, but talk about the type of voters and what are these ballots Tyler? These are the people that went to a vote processing center on the day of the election and then put in their ballot, of which, for example, my wife and my mother in law, they're like, we don't trust the mail and system. We're literally gonna go give I just thought of that as an archetype example of hard R's that did that. Am I right? Yeah. I mean, I didn't see the final number, but most of yesterday was trending like 85% of all the votes that were cash yesterday were Republican. And clearly the day of votes that were cast yesterday were 67% in favor of Carrie Lake. Which tells you that there's probably the likelihood is probably going to be a 60 something percent number for those early ballots that were dropped off because it's the same kind of people. Because they're confused, right? Because what the Democrats have done is confused everybody.

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Tyler Bowyer of Turning Point Action Unpacks Last Night's Elections

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last week

Tyler Bowyer of Turning Point Action Unpacks Last Night's Elections

"I'm joined by Tyler Boyer. Runs turning point action is a great job. He's also the committee man for the state of Arizona. He were up to like 5 a.m. last night. It was a long night, but it was a fun night. Boy, there's a lot to unpack, but let's start with just the top line news. First, let's go from east to west. Michigan Tudor Dixon won, two open doors. Very exciting candidate. Yeah, tutor, we actually know pretty well. She's actually been a big supporter of turning point for a long time. So we're really excited to form a rap host. Former Rafa's wonderful. And yeah, I think that you saw some of that carryover too. I mean, Michigan is a Trump state. Clearly. Because John Gibbs. This is the other one we want to talk about. We had absolutely on if you looked on paper 20 years ago and you saw a candidate like John Gibbs, you'd be like, the guy has no shot, right? Yep. And today it's a different world where the electorate is paying a lot more attention. And Peter Meyer and his whole gang of like just do whatever you want and don't care about the Republican Party. Those days are over clearly. Well, they are over. He lost. Yeah, and so Peter Meyer and voting for impeachment. Super snake. It's more than that though. I mean, some people are talking about, we'll talk about Meghan McCain's tweet today. We'll get to Arizona. We're going to get to what we'll get there, but the establishment, what they don't understand and what they are really dealing with right now is they haven't worked with the Republican Party for years. They haven't cared about the Republican Party. They haven't cared about the grassroots. And what we're seeing is this whole revival of this real grassroots movement, something that you saw, you know, like in the 70s, really start to cause the Reagan revolution. And I think that's where we're at right now,

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Tyler Bowyer Is Concerned About Arizona's Election

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last week

Tyler Bowyer Is Concerned About Arizona's Election

"Boyer's here from turning point action here in Arizona, Tyler, you believe there is reason for concern. Here in Arizona, what's going on? Yeah, I mean, look, Charlie, I've been out the polls all morning. 6 a.m., our team at turning point of action has been in key target districts this morning from about 5 30 before the polls open at 6. And we've been out there and it's been slower than I would expect in some of these Republican areas. Which was terrifying for, I think, some of the maga candidates that you would look at, the Trump endorsed candidates, the more conservative candidates. I mean, guys, you only have one day, anyone that's in Arizona that's listening to this that has friends in Arizona has family interviews on it. Daily have one shot to vote and it's today. And they've got to see lower turnout than you would have expected. Then I would have expected. Yeah, I've been doing this for the last about 8 election cycles since I turned 18 and this is a this is a lot slower of a primary day than I would have expected. And it's still early in the day, so it could be fixed, people could still show up. Absolutely. But there was no kind of morning surge. Why do you think that is? Do you think it might be because maybe some of these Republican candidates like Carrie Lake and Blake masters were putting out very favorable polls and people think they don't have to go vote? Well, I mean, there's a combination of things. One is where people think that the elections in the bag, sometimes they don't show up to vote. And that's never a good policy to have. If you get out and vote for your candidate, your candidate is not going to win, and nowadays when we're dealing with Democrats in these election offices, I mean, it could be weeks before we get do you think. Do you think we'll know a winner tonight? I hope so. I hope that's the case. I mean, look, if there's low turnout today, we certainly will, because in Maricopa County in Arizona, for example, just the beast. The recorder put out, oh, you know, it might take us a few days to count all the votes. So everyone needs to just chill. Yeah, I mean, it's so bad, but

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Jack Posobiec and Charlie Discuss Arizona Voter Turnout

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec and Charlie Discuss Arizona Voter Turnout

"Everybody, Charlie Kirk here with the great Jack posobiec. Thank you guys for tuning in today. Very important day here in Arizona, Jack welcome. Thank you so much. No, this is ground zero for the republic today. If we were going to take back the Republican, it starts in Arizona. So you're going to be sick of me telling you this, but you're going to hear it from Tyler Boyer, and then you're going to hear it from me. Turnout is low. Tyler's freaking out in our group chat. I can see it, yeah, and he's been out here since 6 a.m. and what's going on. Nobody's here. We need more people. By the way. So if you are in Arizona conservative, you got to go vote, get your friends to do the same Tyler believes that turnout is so low that this means that maga candidates up and down the ballot will lose. He said, if this continues and this is the slow drip, then we're going to get blown out. Here's the thing. The issue that the issue that you're talking about is complacency. And this is a broader question for the midterms nationwide too. Is that we keep saying red wave, you and Blake talked about this yesterday. If you keep saying red wave red wave red wave, everything's fine. Everything's fine. Well, okay, but you have to actually go out and make it happen. Yeah. So just assume that that's not going to happen. Put that aside and say, okay, what can I affect action action action for the war room audience? Go out there and make a plan. And then by the way, if you know that you're going to vote, go and do what we used to do in 2016, we called it maga three X and what is maga three X? That is, you make a plan to bring yourself and you find three people, three people that maybe they're in your family that weren't planning to vote and you make sure that either you bring them with you if people hear you. You can do 5 if you want to go 5. In the group chat of one guy that I know really well, just moved here and he's like, hey Charlie, you know, what do you think about all this? Aren't the elections corrupt? I said, if we're going to keep being friends, you got to go vote. You literally texted me a video of him voting for Blake masters and voting for Kerry Lake. I was like, Charlie's constantly spamming the group chat. Just so you guys know, it's constant.

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Deadline target Tyler Mahle strong for Reds vs Orioles

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Deadline target Tyler Mahle strong for Reds vs Orioles

"Tyler malley shook off a shaky start to help the reds pound the Orioles 8 to two Maui spotted the birds at two zero lead in the first inning before tossing shutout ball the rest of the way He retired the final 13 batters he faced in what could have been his final appearance as a red Maui is one of the most sought after arms on the trade market Jonathan India Joey Votto and Jake fraley supplied homers Dean Kramer allowed two long balls after giving up just four in 47 innings coming in Cincinnati hurlers retired 19 straight at one point and dropped Baltimore one game over 500 I'm Dave ferry

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Anderson, Dodgers rout Rockies 13-0 to open 12-game lead

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Anderson, Dodgers rout Rockies 13-0 to open 12-game lead

"The Dodgers dominated at the plate and on the mound drubbing the rockies 13 to nothing LA pounded Colorado starter and loser Jose urania They racked up 14 hits including a three run second inning double from Trey Turner Just trying to do anything to move the ball forward today and found some holes but got off to good start and we just kind of went downhill from there Will Smith also knocked in three runs for the Dodgers resulting in an easy night for starter Tyler Anderson He tossed 7 innings and ran his record to 11 and one Bruce Morton Denver

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Chapman 2 HRs, Kikuchi wins in return as Jays top Tigers

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chapman 2 HRs, Kikuchi wins in return as Jays top Tigers

"Much up and had a pair of home runs as Toronto down Detroit 5 three at roger center The Chase third baseman had a two run shot in the fourth off starter Tyler Alexander then a solo blasted left field in the 6th for his 18th home run of the season When I let it come to me you know good things happen And for me to be able to just produce and help guys and take some of the pressure off the top of the lineup is huge Willie counter won Jonathan scope had solo home runs for Detroit He was a coochie went 5 innings giving up a run and two hits for the victory he improves to four and 5 Jordan Romano picked up his 22nd save John leatherbee to run

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Luis Urías hits walk-off sac fly, Brewers nip Twins 7-6

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Luis Urías hits walk-off sac fly, Brewers nip Twins 7-6

"The brewers have won four O 5 coming out of the all star break needed Luis urias to lift a sacrifice fly with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 9th inning for a 7 6 win over the twins They're kind of like important but I just try to go out there and do the same thing that I'm capable of it Colton Wong and hunter Renfro each homered the brewers then took advantage of two 9th inning walks by twins reliever Tyler Duffy to help set up ureas for the game winner Check Freeman Milwaukee

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Hi it's robert from feed him factory. And i wanna talk to you about something pretty nuance today. Which is how to approach a competitor to buy your business or how to sell your business competitor. And it's a question that a lot of entrepreneurs have but it's really difficult and it depends on a lot of factors right. Are they larger. Or are they smaller competitors or what i call copetition or friendly competitors. Do you have an existing relationship or you know when you're both speaking at the trade shows do walk by each other with a with a look on your face you know. These are the little complex pieces to be able to do it. Because what every entrepreneur fears. I know what. I fear if i went to one of my competitors and said hey. Are you interested in buying from me. They're going to use that in the marketplace to sell against me. Well who who knows how long they're going to be in business. They approached me to sell. That's the last thing that i want out there so here at freedom factory you know one of the big things is to use an intermediary When you're selling your business brokers great To be able to approach a competitor and still keep you anonymous using consultant is very good. If it's a copetition kind of an internal type piece but there are certain things that you really want to avoid. When approaching competitor. One thing that can make it really. Digestible is put yourself in that competitor shoes and think about why they would want to buy your business because if you can make the right case to them on why it makes sense to buy your business. Of course they're gonna fall in and it's gonna make a lot of sense. Hi i'm robert hirsch. And i've been an entrepreneur for more than twenty five years and i'm the ceo of freedom factory and all we do is help our fellow entrepreneurs sell their business the one key takeaway that i would think about when you're looking at how to approach a competitor is never approach a competitor in use that as your only sales option. Because if you do. One of two things is going to happen. One some of the things that we talked about..

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Is we only get paid when you get paid and your success is our success. And that's why we choose our partners very carefully. We don't represent every deal. We're very selective. And we're just finding other entrepreneurs that want to sell their business for maximum value last piece of advice when choosing a partner. Trust you got you're going to know it and just a few seconds. The best decisions of ever made businesswise are when i trust that little voice. You know the little voice inside your head the one that doesn't yell at you but when the talks in a whisper that is the one you want to listen to. You don't want to listen to the. I should do it now. Or they've been around for two hundred years or you know etc etc center. Trust your inner voice. And if you guys see eye to eye and that's gonna make a great partnership if you don't see i it's not gonna work out well in the long term. I had a mentor of mine. Tell me that at the beginning of a relationship all the information that you.

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Probably the most frequently asked question that i get is. How do you determine the selling price of your business and the reality is it's part art and part science and so i'll go over some of the science and i'll go over a little bit of the art and again experience goes a long way coming back to the science part of it. Some of the real easy pieces or are what's your earnings and earnings is often expressed in eba or your earnings before income tax depreciation and amortization we convert that into sellers discretionary cashflow for all of our clients and again when you're paying your taxes even as a game of minimization and discretionary cash flow is a game of maximization where accurately reflecting all the cash flow. That you're business. Generates you're also going to have things like industry multiples and sometimes there's a little nuance things like if you're e commerce business versus a fulfilled by amazon business. You're going to get a really different multiple so we wanna make sure to position at the right way you know. Some of the other things industry codes we had a client who in the name in the name of their business was excavation. Turns out that excavation companies are valued at two to two and a half plus assets. And when i say to two and a half that's a multiple of earnings well construction companies of that size or about four and a half to five and it turned out that other they started. As an excavation company over eighty percent of their revenues came as a construction company so we re positioned it and that helped the industry code. But whatever we do with all these numbers we make sure to look at market comparables. And what's the market looking like. What are the the best sales that we can hang our hat on. How does a a bank value it. Is it going to be an sba type business and now all of a sudden we're starting to get into the art. My name's robert hirsch. And i'm the founder here at freedom factory and all we do is help. Entrepreneurs sell businesses. That's one hundred percent of our life..

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

04:27 min | 10 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Hi today i wanna talk to you about selling your ecommerce or your digital business. And in my opinion there's that a more undervalued business class on the planet for example. Let's say you have a shopper. A bowling alley in the town that you live in. There's only a limited amount of people that are going to live in that town or going to move there in order to run it now if you have a business. That's not geographically located. Let's say it's a. It's an information product business or coaching business or fulfilled by amazon business or or or just a hard product business. If anybody can live there or anybody can buy it. And they're not forced to relocate. It makes your buyer pool so much bigger and as we learned in economics price is when supply equals demand. And what i mean by that is if you have fifty buyers competing for your business instead of five buyers. The price is going to be higher and we want to maximize the sales price of your business. Hi my name's robert hirsch. And i'm the founder of freedom factory and what i wanted to talk to you about today was really how to maximize online or digital asset sales. So in my opinion the buyer pool is so much larger than it's ever been in fact in our experience about one third of our buyers or sellers have been international or outside the states and when you increase the buyer pool the price goes up significantly. So what we wanna do is maximize your multiple. We want to maximize your earnings and we want to get the biggest buyer pool. We can what we've learned is whether you're marketing to entrepreneurs and e oh and wipe networks or your marketing through traditional advertising to private equity or venture capital the way we attract international buyers is is different than the way we attract domestic buyers. And so when you're selling digital asset the most important thing is the marketing putting together the right book the right story and really maximizing the sales price if you have questions on any of the things that we've talked about today or specifically is a good time to sell my digital business. Why don't you give us a call. It freedom factory. I look forward to speaking with issue. Hey everybody it's robert from freedom factory. And i wanna thank you so much for partnering with us Going forward and now. I really want to introduce you to some the secret sauce free to factory. Which is my business partner. Title secrets sauce. I guess i don't. That's buffalo or barbecue. Or he's from nebraska. He likes those kinds of sauce right. And the bottom line. Is i do a lot of the video a lot of the communication and when we put together your story for your business. I'm going to be doing a lot of that. But we have a giant team in the city financial analysts and brokers time manages. And he's going to be doing all the demands financial modeling all the making sure. The numbers reflect the same story. And we're really two sides to the same coin. I mean we've known each other almost twenty years now longtime on tons of business groups and entrepreneurs organizations and come together and it's true and so one of the reasons that are partnered with thai is. He is extraordinary at the things that i am not. I'm a. I'm a pretty good storyteller. He's an exceptional finance guy. Harvard business school guy. He's done investment banking. I've just been an entrepreneur. Run software companies for a really long time and so we have these very complementary skill sets that really comes together and the winner is ultimately you when we sell your business. That's right we look forward to end. So you're not buying from one person and not buying from robert and they're not buying from tie in fact there's a whole team of people behind us so in order to maximize the value for your business. I'm going to be focused on the story. He's going to be focused on the financials and really managing the pipeline and the process where she puts it execution and so we look forward to rolling up our sleeves together and get to work. It's going to be a lot of fun if you have any questions. Why don't you give us a call. I'm robert mrs tie and.

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

05:47 min | 10 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"The as entrepreneurs some of our best content is when we speak the unspeakable and there are many people that give us a call here at freedom factory and they want us to sell their business but the problem is we can't pay for ourselves and if we can't pay for ourselves we don't take them on as a client so i wanted to create a video. Which kind of shows you the things to think about an essentially how to sell your business without a broker so the first thing you want to think about is what your business worth and valuation makes a lotta sense and there are some factors to it as an online business. Meaning can you sell it to anybody worldwide or do you have to live in a in a small community in your section of ohio in order to sell it because if so the marketing plan is really different and so you want to maximize your potential buyer pool and you want to maximize your marketing plan to reach them. For example if we have an international business will go through thirty or forty different channels to private equity and venture capital and entrepreneurs and angel investors and get as many people interested as we can to find the right buyer and so a big part of that is valuation. Or what does it take to bring your business to market and if you can look at market comps and we can certainly help you with it if you give us a call. But if you don't know. I would take your sellers discretionary cash flow which is kind of eba plus your ad bax and i would think about a multiple of three to five times and i'm assuming that you're doing less than a million in earnings and if if there's nothing that's a sustainable competitive advantage and there's not a lot of history you're gonna be on the lower end of that scale and if you've been doing it for twenty years and you've got a huge reorder rate you're going to be on the higher end of that scale but if you just have to pick something and go with a guide three to five is a pretty good starting guide to go with and then plus assets if there's real estate or capital expenditures etc etc etc so valuation is a big thing. And where do you wanna come to market and also another element think about is. How quickly do you want to sell it. You want to sell it in three months or do you want to start within a year so your pricing strategy going to be a little bit different so one of the things that we do at freedom factor is we do all the information before we even take it to market so we create our perspectives and our book and our teasers and our nda's in our contracts and our documents set before we even place the first ad so if somebody calls they want information boom. We sent him the nda. The teaser goes out which the teaser can identify. What your your business. It's just your type. And a general category construction company with revenues of sixteen million wants to sell and then once they signed the nda or the nda which is a nondisclosure. Then we go into the perspective of the book and we start to go deeper and deeper but the key part..

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Feeding factory. And i wanna talk to you about something that you know. Sometimes you get so involved in selling businesses that you don't realize you have all these t. La's or three letter acronyms. That people don't understand. And so i just got a letter from one of my clients and he was talking about the difference between deal structure when selling a business. And so we're going to cover. What's the difference between the stock purchase agreement. An asset purchase agreement because they're pretty fundamental and often in the l. a. y. or the letter of intent. It's going to be listed whether they want to do a stock purchase agreement or an asset purchase agreement. and so as both a seller and a buyer often. If you don't know which one to do. And i'll give you exceptions to the rule before we get through the entire video but i like asset purchase agreements and. There's some fundamental differences. And i'm going to go into those right now. So an asset purchase agreement means you're buying the assets of a company so you're going to set up another shell company ain't gonna buy the assets and you're gonna put it in there so for example when i was buying i personally bought a boat. Company boat manufacturer for for fly fishing. And many of you. That know me know that i love to fly fishing. We're up here in my mountain house right now and it's raining day i decided. Hey it's probably good to get some work done. So i bought it with an asset purchase agreement. And so when you do that all you have to do is just get the assets of it and put it in there. So the differences are the liabilities of the old company. Don't transfer so if they owe the bank one hundred thousand dollars you buy the assets and you put them in their unencumbered and then they have to pay off the debt. Obviously if if somebody is alone on it you can't sell the assets out from under them. So they're going to have to clear that debt with the proceeds and we can handle that in escrow but it asset purchase agreement is means you just buying the assets of.

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

05:54 min | 11 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"It freedom factory and we'd be happy to help you and walk you through the entire process. Thanks you're spending your valuable time with me please. it like in subscribe. And we'll see you reuters for freedom factory here and one of the questions that we get most often is. What is my business worth. And if you're like me. Most entrepreneurs are so interested in growing their business. That you know what it's worth doesn't really come up. That often and i always focus on growing sales and i figure if i grow sales you know and i rented efficiently the businesses going to get better and it's going to be worth more and in general that's right but it doesn't answer the question of what it's worth and most entrepreneurs say okay. Where do i begin. And so when i think of where do i begin. I always think of earnings A lot of people talk about eba which is for taxes and that can be adjusted into sellers discretionary cashflow. We figure out how much your businesses is worth Based upon how much it hurts. And it depends. There's a lot of factors you know. What industry in. How long has it been around. Do you have a customer concentration issue with that means. Is you get eighty percent of your sales from walmart or do you get no more than twenty percent from anyone customer and there's.

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Creates and that's gonna make a big difference and finally you know what industry are you going to be in. How do we maximize your multiple and there are ways to be able to do that but think about what industry or in figure out. You know all your financials put an operations manual together to make the transition as easy as possible and all of this is going to be is going to help you when you put the right team find the right appraisers find the right and if you need any help with this give us a call here at freedom factory you know. Please hit like and subscribe and thanks for watching. We'll see you soon. Hi.

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Hi robert from factory. And i want to talk to you about something. That has really allowed me to been time. And israel allowed me to make a difference when running my companies or my entrepreneurial companies. And i call it the stupid human trick and i borrowed a bit of that from david letterman. Watching his animal is stupid. Animal tricks growing up. You know as entrepreneurs we usually have one thing that we do better than anybody else. And i've mentioned this and a few other videos but people really wanted me to spend more time on it and show you exactly what i'm talking about. So you know as entrepreneurs you know. There's two things that really help you know mentors and peer group and i've been a part of of well at the time. What was why. Oh and is now. Our young entrepreneurs are entrepreneurs organization young presidents or why peo- and also tired twenty one but there's great groups to figure out of entrepreneurs and build that peer group and there's great mentors there's a skill set to being a great mentor and also to being great men t and this all adds into it and then you can also do a lot of self work and you know a lot of testing and for for cognitive or things that you think such as myers briggs or an instagram or kona tive or things that don't change your instincts. The best test found for that is colby. Ko l. e. and kathy colby has done a great job putting all that together and what's different about a conan of as opposed to a cognitive is. It doesn't change if you take it whether you're seven. Forty seven or seventy seven years old but taking those tests understanding what your your best self is also getting an understanding of your shadow south for your stress self and understand the triggers. When you go from one to the other can really help your africa. See not just as an entrepreneur but as a leader and a manager getting really clear on that can really allow you to bend high or is it consulting clients. I help entrepreneurs ben time. What does that mean right. So we're familiar with the eighty twenty principle twenty percent of what you do produces eighty percent of the results. Well i think when you become an expert at something it really turns into ninety five five but the way that that works is so. Let's say we'll just take eighty twenty for simplicity of numbers and twenty percent produces eighty percent of your results if you can get rid of the other eighty percent of things occupying your time. Maybe things that you're good at but not great at you know for me. I'm a great leader. When a mediocre manager i got rid of all my management. I've got great business partners. That helped me with that. And i just focus on that twenty percent and if i could do that twenty percent five times which is one hundred percent of my time i can create four hundred percent of the value. Now if you if you subscribe to my line of thinking which is ninety five. Five and five percent produces ninety five percent of your value. Well if you can get rid of the other ninety five percent and just do that five percent twenty times all of a sudden that's nineteen hundred percent of your value are almost twenty times. Its nineteen times almost unbelievable the sharper you get there you know the the easier and the more effective you can be and so i think about it almost like a video game now. When i grew up playing video games i had an atari. My controller had one button. I i play games against my kids. And there's twenty buttons. And i'm not very good so for purposes of this conversation. Let's think about it as one or two buttons on the controller nintendo and so you had the stock move the move that everybody can do kind of the a button punch or kicker jump but has their special move or what i like to refer to it as as the b button. This guy breeze fire. This guy does a backflip. This guy does blankety blank but figuring out your stupid human trick is really figuring out your backflip and once you figure it out your backflip. Stopped doing everything else. And just your backflip over and over and over again and you can produce disproportionate results in your company and that's really how you can shift on. And instead of growing ten or fifteen percent you're going at one hundred one hundred fifty percent so again figuring out the one thing.

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Hi robert from feed him factory. And i just had this really interesting question and it was from a buyer of a business and in one of my other videos i was talking about different kinds of buyers right. There's first time buyers entrepreneurial buyers strategic buyers and we'll go into a whole host of them but he said what kind of bairam i. I'm not sure and i made the joke i said. Well that means you're a first time buyer and he was actually a serial entrepreneur and we got a good kick out of it. But i wanted to talk about the different types of buyers for businesses. And this is important not just to buyers but to sellers because we're going to have different campaigns for different styles of buyers. So let's talk about the first one. And this is what i affectionately. Refer to as the first time buyer and these are people leaving the corporate world. They've got a great education. And they're saying should i buy a business or should buy a franchise and sometimes franchises sometimes franchise look good to people coming from the corporate world. 'cause they have systems and processes and they sell franchises often sell on fear. They say well. You can't get a big account for not part of national company with a national marketing campaign. You're going to get a really big leg up and in my experience that hasn't been true and we've sold a lot of franchises in the past but the reality is is when someone makes a decision for you. They're not making a decision based upon the sign behind you or the name they want you. And so if if you're a sign maker. And they go to a national sign franchise. They're not going to say well. That sign franchises great signs. I'll go with them. They say you know. Robert i really trust you and i think you can make a kick butts for me. Let's do this. And so. I often like i often recommend to my corporate kind of people making the big transition the big jump to look at businesses that have been around for a long history that have a great track record and great sales.

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"tyler " Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"tyler " Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"So obviously i gave like a ten thousand view of what you do. And i think it's better that the artist kind of Present their work is about and what they're doing. So if you would describe what your work is and you got started earlier. Read about that. A little bit but Let's talk about that a bit. What you work and describe what john tyler is all about yes Some would say. John's highly on my work is very retro. Is very rock is very jazz is very me I like to bring in. I grew up and love. Grew up in these different scenes like ripping the roxana hip hop scene. Jazz scene alternates scenes. And i kinda just kind of like a chameleon of music and everything into one thing that makes sense so yeah i would just say my music is everything not i dig it. I think Especially when you you you grab one because i be remiss. You're you're in your early twenties and you had you had a project. I'll like when you were sixteen right. Yeah my first project is called shoe. Art came out when i was sixteen. Probably terrible now is very very all be there. I'm sure started podcasting. And i was like twenty four and i've been doing it for twelve years so that's do the math there and i look back. I'm like oh no. These will not see the light of day. But i think once you get to what your sound is in which are flow is as or which are approaches. Would yours your version of it. Then you're like you know what maybe some of that was where i'm at. But some of them definitely was not. I definitely get where you're coming from of. I've i've grown ultimately. I think that's what you're yeah. I'm thankful for because you know without that early stuff. I wouldn't be now musically and creatively so i needed to you know that that start with that project. What is still terrible. I i'd never you never catch me performing nothing from those projects. Oh no besides visas. Come on man. I mean people are gonna come ou- for what will happen is i'll troll like look man. I remember i remember to strike man. I say in doing that parallel. Because look what my creative expression is. And i try to empathize with autism level. And you know. I always kind of dabble with to certain Creative things whether be painting whether it be writing Still dabbling with acting a little bit And to understand all goofy things right. But i i'm podcast or i and i chose that as my main artistic expression would drew you to music versus other autistic expressions wall. I actually started off as a screenwriter screenplay writer So the first project to that. We talked about originally was a play that i wrote and album really was just a musical for the play if that makes sense. Yeah so i've really been into writing and directing but in terms of music beam number one now It was always wanted music. When i was very vulnerable on when i was very happy no matter all my different emotions always caught myself making music or listening to music and yeah that's just kinda how became a number one. It all started really from guitar hero. Three yeah i remember when it came out of fourth grade maybe both happy and sack the whole neighborhoods to play the worst one at and i used to just my mom. Xbox i was playing at every day for years. Now i could play any song talker on. That's how much practice at that game and it kind of just play like real good. Sorry and guitar. Music is really. Just how. I express myself so i am. I always think of this Hannibal berra's joke when someone mentions guitar. It was just like he's gas playing. I was playing guitar hero with this kid. And he's like we're challenging each other and the kid is going behind his back between his legs plan to guitars guitar. Hannibal is such a funny guy. If i didn't do music. I wanna do comedy. I watch it a lot. That's that's part of my process. I i get a fair amount of hannibal. Comparisons which is the thing. And i might just because we're back the us it's i could see so you touched right there a second ago on on that process. So what else is is Inclusive of your your process as a writer or practice things like that. What else is inclusive of your process. Getting out the house really focus. I from what a pandemic happening from march all the way up to light november. I was not making any music. I was not leaving the house. And i got a bike. I was biking every day. I might enjoying. I love going into mornings. And the sunset comes up and birds and stuff and it really inspired. A lot of progressions. A lot of lear guide is a like a minute project. I'm working on a song called. Ab bird and it was just by seen like birds trees in the morning. So yeah really getting out to house talking to people talking like my little cousin who has a completely different perspective of life. Help inspire song talking to my grandma who live like here since away to give our as she would have been made me. She'd been here when baltimore was known as a music city. Like when when it first happened. And she came to live live with me on and she wanted to go down. Pennsylvania avenue. I was like and just like yeah. That's what we all used to be. The last time. I was here not took it and she just likes. That's it tell you how old she is yet does talking about her. She has so much wisdom people all these learning different perspectives. Help aspire a songwriting in my sound and a lot of collaboration because again with dead like Talking with another musician he might hear something completely different from what. I'm hearing over like a simple chord. Saw a lotta people in general inspire my art. So what are your thoughts around the the notion that being around other people who are creative necessarily in your discipline or even in your same medium right. Is that important to growing as a creative as an artist. So if you're around like you may be a musician right but if you're hanging around like painters you're hanging around like chefs. Do you feel that. You're getting something from the help. You grow what you're doing. Yeah hundred percent all all. My friends are artists in different art. Forms like my friend. Switzerland who does visual art and my friend jubilee who does Videography and directing. They help inspire me. So don't because it's two completely different worlds but at the same time we're all in the same world and seen him do art and seeing them be creative will always no matter like what scenario where we might be seeing them do their thing he wanted to make and just be around them and we just kind of be created together even if we're not collaborating on one singular piece.

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Hey gang rabbit. Who's from factory. And i want to talk to you about something that you know. Sometimes you get so involved in selling businesses that you don't realize you have all these t. La's or three letter acronyms. That people don't understand. And so i just got a letter from one of my clients and he was talking about the difference between deal structure when selling a business. And so we're gonna cover. What's the difference between a stock purchase agreement and an asset purchase agreement because they're they're pretty fundamental and often in the l. a. y. or the letter of intent. It's going to be listed whether they wanna do a stock purchase agreement or an asset purchase agreement and so as both a seller and a buyer often. If you don't know which one to do. And i'll give you exceptions to the rule before we get through the entire video but i like asset purchase agreements. And there's some fundamental differences. And i'm going to go into those right now. So an asset purchase agreement means you're buying the assets of a company. So you're going to set up another shell company and gonna buy the assets and you're gonna put it in there so For example. When i was buying i personally bought a boat. Company boat manufacture for for fly fishing. And many of you. That know me know that i love to fly fishing. We're up here in mountain house right now and it's raining day i decided. Hey it's probably good to get some work done. So i bought it with an asset purchase agreement. And so when you do that all you have to do is just get the assets of it and put it in there. So the differences are the liabilities of the old company. Don't transfer so if they owe the bank one hundred thousand dollars you buy the assets and you put them in there and they're unencumbered and then they have to pay off the debt. Obviously if if somebody's alone on it you can't sell the assets out from under them so they're going to have to clear that debt with the proceeds and we can handle that in escrow but it asset purchase agreement is means. You're just buying the assets of a company. So it's not your job to find every liability that they had that sticks with with the other company so conversely if you do a stock purchase agreement now the due diligence is much harder you have to find all the deaths of the company and often you can make promises or reps in warrants in the contract of what that means but a stock purchase agreement means. you're buying all the assets all the liabilities of the company. And sometimes you can do things like have the seller warrant certain risks and. There's ways to do it. But stock purchase agreements are much more complicated. Eighty to ninety percent of the deals that we see on high-growth lifestyle companies are asset purchase agreements sometimes with our bigger companies or they have a lot of ip or licensure intellectual property and licenses stock purchase agreement to make more sense for example if you bought a company and had a lot of license. Let's take the boat manufacturer right. We were licensed as a. Us coastguard me. approved manufacturer. We were a boat dealer we also were cardio because we had to put tags on. We put tags on the trailers for them to drive at home and we were ironically an auto manufacturer because we had to make the trailers and put it in on it. So that's a lot of licensure. It's a lot of one to three day classes that we had to take so in that circumstance. When there's a lot of licensor you can if you want to. You can do a stock purchase agreement in the licenses trout. Transfer with the company again. You have to be a little bit. More careful about your diligence and making sure that you identify all the liabilities. The company might be exposed to that includes environmental risks and business risks. So if you're not sure what to us. Eighty ninety percent of the time. I would really recommend an asset purchase agreement. If is a company with less than twenty million dollars in sales. There's obviously exceptions to it. And if you have any questions but what. Those exceptions are what it looks like. Why don't you just give us a call at at freedom factory. Great middle of the fairway. Spa's as an ap as their stock purchase agreements an asset purchase agreements. You can take to your attorney can cut down your legal fees and it makes it pretty darn simple. Thank you so much for watching. Please like subscribe to. We'll see you..

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Hi guys robert hirsch freedom factory. And i want to talk to you about something really important. And specifically what is freedom and people talk about freedom all the time we it's our core value. We've got it in our in our company name. It's you know. In our intro outgrow. It's our it's our number one top of this core value and freedoms one of those things that means different things different people so i wanted to define it at least as we see it for our fellow entrepreneurs and so my short trite answer is freedom is being able to do what you want with who you want as often as you want. And that's only partially true But what freedom really is is being able to make a choice every morning when you wake up being able to be on point and on purpose you know where purpose and passion really come together and understanding what that looks like and people think that freedom you know they say well robert are you free and i certainly define myself as a as a free and sovereign man and they said well. Why are you doing freedom factory. Why did he do all these brokerages. Why are you doing the tv show on on an in history. What what's going on. And and and i think i defined freedom freedom differently than other people so some people that ask that question they think that freedom means doing nothing and the reality is you know. I'm up at my mountain house. And it sure is beautiful and i love to come up here to get away and go fishing. But i couldn't do this every day. I would be bored. And i would feel like if robert fell in the forest is going to make a sound. It's just it's not what really drives me. I love to work so when people think about freedom. They think it's disconnecting everything they love so that it doesn't matter anymore and in fact i think it's just the opposite so when i think of freedom i think of it. What is it that i have to do. What is it that. I cannot not do what what drives me. You know if you think about it like an oxen right and oxen driving a car pulling a cart got this big yoke over its shoulders and and people think freedom they just wanna get all the yolk soft them they wanna they wanna fire their boss and they wanna fire their customers and they wanted to do this and that's almost the opposite of what i see freedom. What freedom as what do i have to do. What do i wanna do with the rest of my productive life. What can i not not do. What am i going to attach my yoke to and so many entrepreneurs they would come to me for consulting and to sell their business and they. I have no idea how to do it. And you know for me it came down to. Who's my tribe will. It's people like us. It's the entrepreneurs in the world. And what can i do for him. I can help them. Stick the landing and put resources and time and money in their pocket and change not only their family and their own destiny. But i can allow them to build what it is that they find most important as entrepreneurs we're the builders and what is it that we need to do and that to me is freedom. It's not how do i free myself of everything and just float alone in the either. It's how am. I free to wake up and help my tribe every day. Now if you have any questions on this or anything else what did you give us a call at freedom factory and thank you so much for spending valuable time with me please. Hit like subscribe. I'm robert hirsch. We'll see you.

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"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"tyler " Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts

"Hi it's robert hood from fear factory. And i wanted to talk to you about a really important subject and these are really the secrets of selling a business for maximum value. And so you know at freedom factory. We do a lot of the work for you. In terms of what it takes to be able to sell your business. And we have a great partnership and i'll get into that in a little bit in a little bit but more than anything else. What we do is help. You craft your best story. And when you're crafting a story it needs to make sense to buyers. It needs to make sense on why you're selling why you started it. Why the businesses grown. What are your sustainable competitive advantages or key. Differentiator is in the marketplace. Some people call that unique selling proposition but we need to create a story. That answers more questions than it creates wanna create stories buyers hit the brakes and it slows down as we've talked about a lot time kills all deals so it's really working with the right broker that's gonna help you craft that story. Also when you're selling your business be super authentic and true to who you are. You know we're in my backyard now in the mountains of colorado and it is a gorgeous yet slightly chilly if all day you know i was up here and we're thinking about an answering these emails and i'm like why don't you just go outside and shoot a video and i'm not in the office. You know. put on a sport coat because it was cold. But i gotta authentically be myself. And when you're thyself self people can feel it and hopefully you feel that now and when you're selling your business we wanna make sure your buyers feel that. That's unbelievably important. So i often talk about when you pick a broker. It's a partnership you need to make sure the businesses going. The number one reason that deals fall apart is because something changes you know sales. Drop off a cliff you don't hit your projections etc etc etc. You wanna make sure that you give a buyer set projections you need to have it already hit. You know i speak virtually but you wanna make sure that you're gonna hit it otherwise. Just be a little less optimistic. But we want to create a track record of success with their buyers where we systematically exceed their expectations. I've had sellers told me at the end. They say they said robert. This is my best sales month ever do. I really want to sell it huey. This is exactly the time to sell it. You're on a hi. You're on the home stretch. You're selling it for maximum value and this just making the buyer feel more comfortable with their decision and not only. Are you getting paid once. Be getting paid once plus your multiple right so facilit- once you get the money from that if you sell it on a four times multiple you're actually making five times at it's great. These are the best problems to have. Wouldn't have a business broker. You wanna make sure that you find the best one. That's going to be able to drive the most value we've taken businesses and been able to reposition on we've been able to recast financials we've been able to to literally over triple the selling price of the business to what they expected coming in from their eba this is really different than a a realtor or broker for real estate you know ultimately winter selling real estate you're limited by the appraisal value so even if you have the greatest broker in the world it's not gonna make that much of a difference compared to an average broker maybe five or ten percent but when you're talking about doubling or tripling your price you need take all the information that's available to you put it together find the right partner and then go to market together he the broker he or she is going to be selling your business and that's all we do here at freedom factory you the entrepreneur are going to be running your business and making sure that we stick the landing to drive it through successful completion if you have questions on this or anything like it. Why don't you give us a call here at freedom factory. We'd love to talk to you about it. I'm robert hirsch. Thank you so much for spending your valuable time with us and we'll talk to you..

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"tyler " Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"tyler " Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"It appears that there was a sliding door open to this patio. And that We don't really not the short answer is. We don't really know the guard. Thought that and it's recorded. The guard thought that tyler had run off through the bushes and run off. But actually tyler had gone into the building. We assume through a sliding glass door that from the building to the patio. And he had entered and gone into the ladies bathroom. which was a small bathroom? And but we don't really know the answer to that question if he crawled if you ran. You know we just don't really know I. Understand I understand. Now a lot of I want. He really wanted to talk about what said concerning the officers in in your mind. They have pushed the envelope right because they as you said, had essentially time in their side. They control the situation Tyler's isolated in a bathroom. And you think that they should have taken more time. Is that what you're saying or? What am I arguments for example would be. And one of the officers is on the recording on his buddy. When camera first of all the. Negotiating team the sergeant in charge is not a negotiator he's. He's a Swat surgeon. even though he was talking to Tyler, obviously wasn't successful. There was no conversation going back and forth. It was just strictly. The sergeant kept saying come out. Come Out, come out. I don't know what was going through my son's mind, but I know he'd been wounded was losing blood, and I would just think any normal person would be scared and might be afraid that that person on the other side of the door. Was the person who shot him. there there was just no way tyler could be sure. Again, he's wounded..

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