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Real Conversations About Property Management. Bootstrappers is a program designed to bring you up to the minute ideas and concepts to understand what it takes to succeed in business and life. We bring knowledge into the property management industry from different business industries to create a richer experience for our audience. We invite the best authors, thinkers, and business people to the show and we pick their brains in their areas of expertise. We interview our guests and gain key ins ...
 
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Listen to the Leverage podcast to learn from entrepreneurs, thought leaders, & business efficiency experts. Hosted by Leverage Founder & CEO Nick Sonnenberg. Get Leverage to work smarter--not harder. Leverage offers team training & consulting packages to optimize business workflow. Get the right tools, systems & processes to increase efficiency, boost marketing, & increase top-line & bottom-line revenue. Visit www.getleverage.com/podcast & book your 15-minute intro call to find out what Leve ...
 
Welcome fellow Global Yuppies to the Global Yuppie Style Podcast! The Global Yuppie Style Podcast was created for YOU, the Global Creativepreneur, Travelpreneur or Business Owner, who is living life on your terms. If you are looking to hear from fellow successful Creativepreneurs around the globe on how they have managed to turn their passion into a business and live life on their terms, then this podcast is for you! Each episode is filled with lots of useful action steps, inspirational stor ...
 
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Elliot Roe is a hypnotherapist and mindset optimization coach who has worked with everyone from Olympic medalists to Hollywood actors, CEOs and Wall Street traders—and today, he joins Nick on the podcast to discuss how he makes it all happen. After getting his start working with professional poker players, he has helped his clients generate hundred…
 
Is your business stagnant, but you are really interested in scaling? In this show, we speak with scaling expert Mark Scrimenti on the top pitfalls leaders make when trying to grow their business and how to avoid them. We discuss common founder blindspots and what steps need to take place to either get a business owner out of their operations or for…
 
Psychiatrist, executive coach, podcast host and 9-time bestselling author Dr. Mark Goulston is back on the podcast for part 2 of his conversation with Nick! If you haven't listened to part 1, be sure to go back and check it out here. Today, Nick and Mark continue their conversation around what it means to be a productive and successful business lea…
 
Psychiatrist, executive coach, podcast host and 9-time bestselling author Dr. Mark Goulston shares advice for navigating the challenging interpersonal & intrapersonal situations to which every single human can relate. His signature strategies--like surgical empathy and assertive vulnerability--provide an invaluable road map to becoming a better lea…
 
Are you up to date on the latest legal issues in the industry? On this episode, we discuss the biggest legal pitfalls for the Property Management Industry and how to avoid lawsuits with Scott Abernathy, president of NARPM. Resources: Guest: NARPM President, Scott Abernathy www.KingpinLandlord.com https://www.pmiprostn.com/about Scott Abernathy bega…
 
Named the Top Startup Coach in the World at the Thinkers50/Marshall Goldsmith Global Coaches Awards in London, Alisa Cohn has been coaching startup founders to grow into world-class CEOs for nearly 20 years. Her new book, “From Start-up to Grown-Up”, shares Alisa’s knowledge & experience from working with executives at companies like Etsy, Venmo, a…
 
Organizational psychologist Dr. Benjamin Hardy is on the podcast this week to discuss his upcoming book, The Gap and The Gain: The High Achievers' Guide to Happiness, Confidence, and Success, that he's co-authored with Dan Sullivan, the founder of Strategic Coach and world's #1 entrepreneurial coach. In The Gap and The Gain, Ben and Dan explain why…
 
Trent Ratliff explains how he balances his busy life as a family man, property management guru and competitive athlete on this episode. He explains how he ruthlessly prioritizes and efficiently manages his time. If you are looking for motivation to work out, looking for tips on how to accomplish more within your day or make the most of your diet or…
 
David Flores, CEO of PM Solutions Pro, started out as a virtual assistant, or what we call a remote professional, and helped House Match in San Diego document and clarify all their processes and procedures. Now he helps other companies do the same. On this episode, we will talk to him about what he recommends companies do to get organized and how t…
 
Short term rentals are all the rage, but can you scale a short term rental business? During this episode of Property Management Bootstrappers we discuss the ins and outs of managing short term rentals with founder of Better Stay in Washington state, Eva Wu. She explains how to maintain a positive culture with your team, the software and hardware ne…
 
People often feel overwhelmed at work and immediately think they need an executive assistant. However, our experience at Anequim has shown us that sometimes an extra hand in the operations can be better at helping busy CEOs reduce their workload rather than an Executive Assistant. In this episode we will discuss how to discern what the best role is…
 
Richard Craib is on the podcast this week to discuss how he and his company are building the last hedge fund—Numerai. Richard has found that virtually all hedge funds today are continuously duplicating research and strategies. This lack of originality leads to less than stellar performance, and makes it difficult for new funds with original ideas t…
 
Some people are really good at committing to goals and achieving them. Brad Larsen, CEO and founder of RentWerx, the Property Management Mastermind Conference, and the Property Management Mastermind podcast is one of those people. In this episode, we explore his underlying beliefs around goal setting, his habits, rituals, and how he overcomes obsta…
 
Jody Williamson is on the podcast this week to discuss the art and psychology of sales. He is on a mission to help high-level salespeople separate themselves from the sleazy "used car salesman" stereotype by listening more, talking less, and helping their prospects discover the sale for themselves. With over 25 years of experience and having worked…
 
Chris Clothier of REI Nation manages over a billion dollars in real estate assets with his turnkey model in 11 markets. In this episode we have a conversation with Chris about how he manages his scaling business while maintaining a winning culture. We discuss what it looks like to hold people accountable to tight processes and maintain quality cont…
 
Relationship Selling is a type of sales where the relationship goes beyond just one sale and helps companies get customers for life. Peter Hernandez, VP at Citizen Home Solutions, and the whole team excels at this skill. In this episode we will discuss how he has done this, trained his team to do it in their own style and why relationship selling i…
 
Dr. Ed Hoffman is on the podcast this week to discuss how teams and organizations can improve their performance through knowledge, process, and project management. As the former Chief Knowledge Officer for NASA, Ed understands the importance of storing and organizing knowledge for organizations—and he's here to show us all how to improve it in our …
 
Sarah Durbin is known in the property management world as someone who can come into your PM company and really impact your bottom line. She is the ultimate change agent. In this episode we discuss change management with Sarah Durbin. What are the best practices, what are the pitfalls and what kinds of changes will really transform our businesses. B…
 
Sometimes we know our business has issues but we don’t even know where to start on fixing them. On this episode of Bootstrappers we will speak with Deb Newell, proven consultant in the property management industry about how we can evaluate the health of our business and make steps to fix them. From high turnover to rolling out changes in the busine…
 
This week on the podcast, Nick is chatting with Kary Oberbrunner, the author of Unhackable and founder of Igniting Souls Publishing Agency. Just like Nick, Kary is obsessed with helping people become more productive—the only difference is that Kary takes a slightly different approach, by making people unhackable. If you've ever been set up to be pr…
 
Second Nature went from start up to massive organization in just a few years. In this episode we talk to VP of Revenue, Andrew Smallwood about what accounts for Second Nature’s massive expansion, and what smaller companies can learn from its growth. We cover leadership, training, meeting cadence, org chart build out and advice for working with priv…
 
Pete Neubig built a Texas size property management company in a short period of time. His growth was explosive and he did the right things that made his business appealing to buyers. On this episode, we are going to talk to Pete about how he built his company to sell and what advice he has for those who are interested in doing the same. Bootstrappe…
 
Podcasting is intimate, it creates trust, as your listeners are in a bubble with you while listening or watching. The biggest reason to do podcasting is companionship, it is a longer form medium that builds a relationship. Another reason is that the call to action is very subtle and it is not as invasive as it is on different channels. Bootstrapper…
 
Processes and procedures are necessary for any business to be successful and scale. Paul Kankowski of House Match in Temecula, CA runs workshops on processes and procedures and in this show chats with us about best practices, how to avoid common pitfalls and the best organizational strategies for SOPs that eliminate the headaches and drama in a bus…
 
Managing conflict is a big part of what managers do. It is not always easy to know how to handle situations between employees or complex issues with clients. On this episode we will walk through the essentials of managing conflict so you get the outcomes you are looking for. It is all on this episode of Bootstrappers. Bootstrappers is powered by An…
 
How do you keep the ship going in the right direction if you are directing it day to day? In this episode we discuss how to keep culture on track as you get multiple layers of management, how to give your people a framework to be successful, including your company cadence and your organizational structure. We also discuss common mindsets that cause…
 
On this episode of Bootstrappers, we are going to discuss how we decided to quit our well paying corporate jobs and pulled the trigger to start our own businesses. From how to come up with a sound business idea, to how to pick yourself up after a massive public failure, we cover all the entrepreneurial risks, rewards and pitfalls. Bootstrappers is …
 
Did you know that there are a lot of new updates to the Fair Housing law in 2021? Paul Vojchehoske, legendary real estate educator, is going to walk us through what we need to know to stay compliant. We discuss what led to the Fair Housing changes, and what actions property managers need to take right now and in the future. Additionally, we know th…
 
On this episode we discussed the ins and outs of the Eviction Moratorium, where property managers can turn to have rent paid and what red tape to look out for. Additionally, we discuss how to collect for success. It is all on this episode of Bootstrappers! Bootstrappers is powered by AnequimBy Bootstrappers
 
On this episode of Bootstrappers we are going to dig into imposter syndrome which is the overwhelming feeling of self-doubt and feeling like a fraud. Interestingly this feeling disproportionately impacts high-achievers. Executive Coach Nicole Winkler of LYF Coaching and Development joins us to talk about the causes of imposter syndrome and the best…
 
On this episode of Bootstrappers, we speak with Marck de Lautour about how he has re-envisioned the property management game. We talk to him about his out-of-the-box ideal client, and how it eliminates the common headaches in the industry. We also discuss how to elevate our leadership style so we have the life we truly want. You won’t want to miss …
 
This week, Nick sits down with Amir Salihefendić of Doist to discuss his companies, Todoist and Twist. Todoist is one of the most popular digital to-do list apps on the market today, and Twist is an internal communication tool similar to Slack and Microsoft Teams. After building one of the most successful to-do list tools in history, it's no surpri…
 
In this episode, we walk through the top three mistakes property management companies make with their accounting system that cost them money. We talk about how to solve these common issues with real world examples and solutions you can put into place right away. Why reinvent the accounting wheel when the best practices are already in place in the i…
 
In this episode of Bootstrappers we discuss common issues with after hours maintenance and how to solve them so you and your team can get your lives back. This episode goes over how to avoid burnout, how to not be held hostage by your maintenance staff and have a winning, 5 star review worthy, 24/7 service without all the headaches of being on call…
 
This is the third episode in a series where we discuss best practices for managing remote teams. Jeremy and Gwenn talk about the best technology for ensuring that passwords and private information is kept safe. We then dig into the best practices for onboarding new remote employees and how critical a good experience is for the success of a new empl…
 
Have you ever wanted to work with the likes of Sir Elton John, Elon Musk, take a submarine down to the Titanic or perhaps close museums in Florence for a private dinner party, and then have Andre Bocelli serenade while you eat your pasta? Steve Sims has done all that for his clients and more—and he's on this episode of the Leverage Podcast to chat …
 
What are the rules of engagement you set for your clients and tenants? In this episode we discuss common rules in the industry and also the deeper questions about what kind of company you want to run, what your rules say about the service you offer and understanding your value. It is all on this do-not-miss episode of Bootstrappers. Bootstrappers i…
 
Did you know that property values in black neighborhoods are about 23% less than those in white neighborhoods for no other reason than race? Well, it's true—and Andre Perry is on The Leverage Podcast to talk about it. Andre is an expert on race and has been researching the disparities between white- and black-majority cities for years. His findings…
 
Many businesses learned how to operate virtually last year due to COVID-19. In this episode we discuss how to take operating remotely to the next level so you get full engagement, productivity and buy-in from your team. We talk about how to build trust, what kind of meetings are effective, best ways to train, managing KPIs, and qualitative measurem…
 
What does it take to move up as a remote professional and what are the best management techniques for managing remote employees? We break it down on this episode of Bootstrappers. Gwenn sits down with a successful remote professional, Vicente Garcia, who knows first hand what skills are needed to be a remote professional and manage remote teams bec…
 
One question we get asked a lot is how should property management companies structure their organizations. We hear so much about “right person, right seat” but do we have the right seats to begin with? In this episode we will have a conversation with Brad Larsen, about the different organizational structures we have used. We will explore what probl…
 
In this episode, Nick sits down with David Henzel to talk about what it's like to manage a portfolio of businesses. At the time of recording this episode, David is running five companies and has started or invested in many others. These companies truly run the gamut, from a content delivery provider to a group coaching platform and even a company t…
 
If you're a parent and an entrepreneur, you know that managing your time and separating "family time" can be overwhelming. Fortunately it is not impossible, and on this episode of Bootstrappers, the Aspens will give out their secret sauce to grow a successful business and prepare two independent kids for success. Bootstrappers Show is powered by An…
 
In this episode we discuss the importance of estate planning and why it is crucial for your loved ones. Why you should not die without a will and the right way to do it even if you find it uncomfortable. Make sure you don't lead to more stress for those you left behind, set up a real plan with our special guest James D. Saintvil. Bootstrappers is p…
 
We explore the ins and outs of bringing maintenance in-house on this episode. How do you keep people safe? What KPIs should you measure for maintenance? What workflows are best? How do you manage maintenance professionals? Should you buy fleet vehicles? Does it make money? Get the answers to these questions and more on this episode. Boostrappers Sh…
 
Richard Rossi has truly seen it all. From working in the U.S. senate to building multiple businesses to mentoring tens of thousands of high school students and building the #1 mastermind group for biohacking in the world… He's got some amazing stories to tell, and this week he's sharing them with us on the Leverage Podcast. In this unique episode, …
 
We have all heard of professional coaching but what exactly is it and how could it exactly help a busy business executive? In this episode we explore the value coaching can bring entrepreneurs who want to elevate their leadership game. We discuss what happens in coaching, how you find a qualified coach and how it could impact your business and your…
 
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