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Galindo Group Real Estate has had tremendous success buying, selling, and renovating homes in the Southern Nevada market, contributing more than $35 million to the local economy. In this podcast Josh and Krystal Galindo pull back the curtain to share the rewards and chaos that come with managing a successful business and a family of six. Follow along as they offer real conversations about life and tips for how to overcome challenges to achieve your own success and happiness, all backed by th ...
 
Meet leaders who recognized their own pain, worked through it, and stepped up into greater leadership. Each week, we dive into how leaders like you deal with struggle and growth so that you can lead without burnout or loneliness. If you're eager to make an impact in your community or business, Rebecca Ching, LMFT, will give you practical strategies for redefining challenges and vulnerability while becoming a better leader. Find the courage, confidence, clarity, and compassion to step up for ...
 
Thanks for joining us on the Scrappy Entrepreneur Show, hosted by Entrepreneur and Business Builder Paula Y. Get ready for a fun and interesting mix of insight and advice from entrepreneurs, influencers, thought leaders and experts across the wide spectrum of of business. We’ll share practical, informative tips from the trenches to help you thrive and prosper as an entrepreneur. Happy Listening!
 
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Josh shares how he first got into real estate and how shortly after he was forced to pivot when the real estate market crashed. With his new focus in mind, Josh gets creative to find partners and money to put up for his first flip. His investors included his friend who grows weed, another acquaintance who had a trust fund, along with using some of …
 
On this special episode Paula breaks down the truth about running a business during COVID and the lies and the excuses we tell ourselves not to perform at our best during times of crisis. Paula is joined by Entrepreneurs Josh Galindo, Ken Goodrich and Jason Kuckler to share real stories of business owners who are putting these fears and excuses asi…
 
Today my guest is Michael Gerber. Inc. Magazine calls him “the World’s #1 Small Business Guru.” Gerber is a small business thought leader who has impacted the lives of millions of small business owners and hundreds of thousands of companies worldwide for over 40 years. He is the is the author of the NY Times mega-bestseller, for two consecutive dec…
 
Avoiding controversy for the sake of comfort is not an option for you as you lead, do life, and rumble with all the big and little decisions before you. Sure, you do not want to contribute to the noise. You are not looking for a fight (or, like me, you try not to get scrappy just to offload some stress), or to be right just for the sake of being ri…
 
My guest today is Matt Seltzer, the founder and lead market researcher with S2 Research. In this episode Matt and I deep dive into the importance of customer experience, why you should care and how to measure and improve it. Matt spent his career managing marketing and market research projects for brands across a variety of industries, and for many…
 
In this episode, Josh and Krystal walk through pivotal moments in their life where they were forced to push through hard times and determine the path they wanted to take. Josh shares the challenges he was experiencing as a rebellious teenager running away from home and testing his limits. He recounts the night his life changed when he was awoken in…
 
Josh and Krystal were young, new parents figuring out how to work full-time and manage a newborn. With Krystal still cocktailing at night, they were feeling exhausted taking shifts to raise Beckham. Now pregnant with baby number two, Krystal knew something needed to change to create the destiny they both wanted. Krystal decided she needed to convin…
 
With the wedding and honeymoon out of the way, Josh and Krystal were focused on their financial stability. They both knew they wanted four kids but would not be ready to start a family until they paid off their house. With their parents willing to lend the money so they can have grandchildren, Josh and Krystal end up pregnant without planning. Over…
 
In this episode, Josh and Krystal share the details of one of the most memorable days of their lives. But first they needed to determine timing which had to be the Spring wedding Krystal had always wanted. Planning and saving for a wedding mid-recession came with its challenges. They worked very hard to fill their wedding fund jar to make sure they…
 
Now that Josh knew Krystal was “the one” he had to figure out when he would get down on one knee. Krystal took a stand and made it clear she was not going to wait for Josh to make up his mind about marriage and kids. When Josh decided he wanted to propose he was determined to make it an epic proposal. After probing Krystal for the type of ring she …
 
When it comes to business, Julie Brander has done it all. She founded her own national jewelry manufacturing company and built it to become a major supplier of large department stores. After she sold it, she worked in the field of commercial real estate, focusing on investment properties. She earned her MBA and taught business at a community colleg…
 
In this episode, Josh and Krystal share the story of how they met. While Krystal was working two jobs and saving for a house and boobs, Josh was playing the field in a rented gold Jaguar trying to sell commercial real estate. He met Krystal late one night at a Las Vegas restaurant and offered to buy her a drink. Krystal was intrigued but bought her…
 
Welcome to the Going Galindo: Rugrats & Renovations podcast hosted by Josh and Krystal Galindo. Running a successful real estate business and managing a family of six certainly comes with its challenges. On this show Josh and Krystal will offer real conversations about life and tips for how to overcome obstacles to achieve your own success and happ…
 
Grief is inevitable as it's simply the other side of love. The more you love, the more grief you feel. It’s inevitable when you’re all in on life and the relationships within it. This is the cost of a life full of love and meaning. Daring to care means that grief and loss is inevitable. If we let it, grief can be a powerful teacher. But first? It d…
 
In this episode, Real Estate Developer Warren Baker details how he built a real estate empire using the scrappy entrepreneurs’ traits of problem solving, perseverance and passion. He describes in great detail how he finds projects, how he finances them, as well as tips on managing risk. Most notably, he gives great insight on how to get your projec…
 
One of the toughest and most important choices for a leader is to look within and do the deep work to heal the echoes of trauma. By looking and healing our past, they lighten the load of their burdens so they can lead themselves—and others—better. On the contrary, right now, we are watching in real time the dangers of leaders who are not in touch w…
 
My guest today is Caesar Fonte, a successful serial entrepreneur who has built and sold many businesses. On today’s show we are going to learn how to power your way through business; how to carry yourself with confidence and how to master the art of entrepreneurship. How to go to war against your adversaries How to hammer your way through business …
 
On today’s episode, our guests are Attorney Deanna Forbush a partner with the law firm Fox Rothschild and Brett Carter an attorney and partner with Bertoldo, Baker, Carter and Smith. Deanna and Brett help us understand the legal ramifications of opening for business amid COVID. Specifically, you will hear: · How to develop a plan to protect your co…
 
Sarah Jackson is the founder and CEO of Seven Summits Pictures & Entertainment, a management powerhouse at the heart of Hollywood. She has worked with stars like David Bowie and Zoey Deschanel throughout her 34-year career and describes on this episode how to network your way to success. In this episode, find out how to turn your passions into a bu…
 
The belief that hope will kill you is a common reason that many people reject the practice of hope in the first place. Most would rather keep the bar low and expect the worst. Protecting yourself with this level of cynicism leads to living a negative, small and joyless life. And we are not here for that. Embracing hope might look dangerous and reck…
 
Michelle Philo is the general counsel and founder of Philo Law, LLC., a concierge General Counsel Services to small businesses and startups in California. Michelle works with small business owners from the development of their business through the day to day planning and challenges associated with a small business. In this episode Michelle details …
 
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