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Have you ever wondered what goes into putting together city wide community events, sports leagues and programs? Is our job really anything like the Parks & Recreation TV show? Well, now you can find out. Join Recreation Supervisor Ashley Taylor, along with co-host Scott "Q" Marcus, as they give you a behind the scenes peek at what goes into creating community wide recreation programs, as well as give a preview and details of all the upcoming activities and events each month.
 
Drug addiction, weight gain, relationship problems….we’re all trying our best to be our best self and get past the things that are holding us back. Motivational Speaker, Author and columnist, Scott "Q" Marcus brings his decades of experience to Eureka to talk to community members about their stories of trying to overcome adversity, achieve their goals and get past the painful behaviors that hold them back. This is…This Time I Mean It! New Episodes are available every third Friday of each mon ...
 
Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs. Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about failures, successes, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what The BiggerPockets Podcast delivers. Co-hosted by Brandon Turner, David Greene, and BiggerPockets founder Joshua Dorkin, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors and other real estate professionals every week. The show won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or ...
 
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Ashley "BadAsh" Wilson is back today to discuss how she's shifted strategies since her popular first appearance on the show two years ago. Today's topics: Jumping from house flipping and short-term rentals into large multifamily; finding and using your unique ability when getting started; and how women can (and should!) use real estate investing to…
 
Torrential Downpour drummer Peter Costa talks about the 20 years of the band and its origins, their new record 202020 and the process of writing and recording it with Kevin Antreassian of Back Room Studios,the communal underground scene of the last ten years in Brooklyn, what he learned in studying Vinny Paul’s drumming, Ringo as his teacher, poten…
 
Have you ever bought a whiteboard or a journal and thought, this is it... This is the moment when I REALLY commit to goal-setting... and then (as it tends to do) life just kind of gets in the way? This episode is about rethinking your approach to goals – and to do this, we've brought in an expert on managing your time and mental energy like a billi…
 
What does it take to pull off a home run real estate deal? Today, we put that question to Ken Corsini, HGTV star and author of Profit Like the Pros: The Best Real Estate Deals That Shaped Expert Investors. Ken spoke to a diverse group of 25 investors about their very best deals, and in this episode he breaks down the common threads that run through…
 
Drummer Marcus Bryant of Spirit Adrift talks about their new record Enlightened in Eternity & the process of recording in 5 day intervals in Tucson AZ, tours with COC & Orange Goblin that have been postponed, the advantages of programming drum parts in pre-production, the brutal 2020 Summer in Phoenix, AZ., an Alice In Chains and Rick Rubin geek ou…
 
Today's a special episode featuring the author of a book we can't get enough of: Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen by the man, the myth, the legend - Steve Sims. Who is Steve, anyway? Well, he's a former bricklayer and bouncer-turned-entrepreneur who uses a unique mindset and blend of skills to creates once-in-a-lifetime experiences for …
 
Ever wonder how your family would manage if you or your spouse lost your job? Emma Powell faced that reality head-on. She knew she needed "full-time income" while continuing to spend time with her family... and she knew real estate investing would be the vehicle to get her there. Today Emma shares her journey from part-time photographer to multifam…
 
Drummer Donald Tardy of Obituary reflects on the first two Obituary records and the challenges of recording them vs the last few records recorded at their studio home, writing new material and staying up on practicing during Covid, their upcoming live-stream concerts, Obituary’s first US tour with Sacred Reich & Forced Entry, beer limits before and…
 
Want to think like a high-level investor and business owner who is seizing the moment and enjoying his best year ever? Listen up! Former Oakland A's baseball player (and show 292 guest) Ryan Pineda steps back up to the plate today... and he delivers a detailed breakdown of how he's using TikTok, Youtube, billboards, and TV commercials to generate a…
 
"Systems, People, and Positive Vibes" are what powers Shelby Osborne's business, and today she breaks down exactly how she's used those 3 forces to go from 0 to 51 units in just a few years. Shelby shares how she boils everything down into checklists and automated reminders, so she can focus more energy on revenue-generating activities. Plus, she s…
 
Drummer Hayden Menzies of Toronto CA’s noise rock trio METZ talks about the bizarre timing of releasing their new record Atlas Vending, the process of recording it at Machines with Magnets with Seth Manchester, trying to stay positive amidst the worlds woes and continue creating, working with Steve Albini on Strange Peace, strange Jesus Lizard expe…
 
Do you have fears and insecurities that hold you back from the life you envision? No? OK, well we'll see you next week... But really: this topic gets to the heart of why so many real estate investors quit, fail, or never even get started at all. Today's guest, Lewis Howes, has been studying these concepts for the past 13 years as host of the hit po…
 
We frequently talk about networking as a real estate investor: for example, talk to your mail carrier because they likely have seen opportunities in your neighborhood. But what if you are the mail carrier? Today’s guest, George Gipson, worked for the USPS when he started investing, which seems like the perfect opportunity for finding deals. But as …
 
Founder of A & F Drum Co ,Ramy Antoun talks about the challenges of manufacturing drums during COVID, the inadvertent origins of the A&F as well s what he thought was missing in modern drum design, the varying wood types and layers for the plies of there wooden drums, their patented lug design & brass rims, Ramy’s approach in design predicated on b…
 
Whoa. Today we have the man Brandon credits with helping him "go big" in business and life: his performance coach, Jason Drees. In fact, Jason works with a bunch of real estate investors... and today he shares tools for getting your mindset right and getting out of your own way as you grow your portfolio! You'll love hearing Jason explain what a co…
 
When it comes to pulling the trigger on a rental property, what we have is a "paradox of choice." So. Many. Options. It's easy to suffer from Fear of Missing Out, and it's even easier to get overwhelmed by the vast array of options out there. That's where today's show comes in: press play, and Brandon and David will guide you through an 8-step proc…
 
Drummer Colanthony Humphry of Toronto Punk quartet The OBGMS talks about staying productive amidst Covid restrictions, working with producer/engineer Dave Shiffman on their new record “the Ends”, realizations about prepping oneself prior to recording, the stigma around listening to rock and how the OBGMs came to be a band, Canadian bands as influen…
 
Welcome to the brand new Sunday edition of the show – where we go beyond tactics and focus on the "mind game." In this premiere episode, you'll learn about the easy, free practice that might just be the highest ROI use of your time... and there is no one more qualified to teach this than Jordan Harbinger. Jordan brushes aside common myths about tra…
 
Over 400 episodes, we've absorbed a lot of hard-won real estate investing wisdom from our guests. Pretty tough to boil down to 10 concepts... but that's exactly what Brandon and David set out to do on today's show! You'll hear them outline each principle, cite the person they learned it from, and bring it to life with real-world examples from their…
 
Drummer Jordan Rodriguez of Boston Mass. Harborlights talks about the many canceled shows of 2020, self booking tours, playing strange house shows in rural towns, his custom Q Drum Kit, his love for Gojira, the live production spectacle of band Muse, recording drums for Isolation Ritual at God City Studios and the acoustic room sounds of the rooms …
 
Today we’re swerving a bit from tradition to bring you a guest who is not a real estate investor. Jeff Thorman spent years as a general contractor, built his own company, then started his own YouTube channel, HomeRenovisionDIY, to teach people how to renovate their own homes. Learn from his years of experience renovating in this episode. Jeff bring…
 
Drummer Lev Weinstein of Krallice, Anicon, Woe, & Pyrolatrous talks about the absurdity that was his “Levisalooza” birthday show featuring all his bands, the unorthodox workflows with Krallice, what he’s been working on in the absence of touring, keeping up with double bass chops, not psyching oneself out during shows, garden hose metaphors, hypoch…
 
When Tarl Yarber last appeared on the show (#189), we got a behind-the-scenes look at his monster house flipping business. He was doing a lot of volume, but here's the catch: he was stressed out and unhappy. Plus... with zero rentals to his name, he had to keep spinning the hamster wheel – "feeding the machine" – to make any money. Today's show is …
 
Scott Jenkins, Co-owner of Jenkins Martin Dum Co talks about the wild origins of the spun fiber glass shells and the connections with Allen Blaemire and legendary Wrecking Crew drummer Hal Blaine, the hands-on process(s) of finalizing the shells, the mysterious amounts of recordings the original Blaemire kits ended up on, determining rims, tom moun…
 
In today's episode we open up the phone lines again to field your real estate investing questions... and for an added twist, we bring in the familiar voice of author, BiggerPockets Business Podcast host, and house flipper/investor extraordinaire J Scott. You'll hear callers chime in with questions like: 1) "Help me get started" 2) "should I partner…
 
Drummer, Drum Tech and founder of Q Drum Co.- Jeremy Berman talks about the effects of Covid on the music/touring/rental/backline & drum manufacturing industry, the origins of Q Drums, beginning with his time with Orange County Drum and Percussion, the one-off design that ultimately lead to a series of kits with the company, their patented steel sh…
 
No one knows where the real estate market is headed next... but with an estimated 30 million Americans out of work, wouldn't you like to know how to buy foreclosed properties, step-by-step? That's what you'll learn today, from two investors who have completed over 1,000 deals each: David Osborn and Aaron Amuchastegui. They begin the show by sharing…
 
Drummer Chris Hornbrook talks about the history of Poison the Well starting out in the late 90's and some of the bands they played with, looking up to Chris Pennie and Ken Schalk’s drumming, the challenges of touring in the winter as a band from south Florida, working with a Swedish production super-team on two of their records vs working with Stev…
 
Today: a no-excuses, American Dream story that will get you fired up to go hunt down a deal! Thach Nguyen is an investor and agent in the Seattle, Washington area. When he was a kid, his family fled Vietnam for the U.S... he later parked cars at a Chinese restaurant... and despite becoming a top-producing agent building a monster portfolio of paid-…
 
Drummer Andrew Gormley of Rorschach, Kiss it Goodbye, Shai Hulud, Playing Enemy and more talks about collective play-through videos during Covid, the origins of Rorschach and some of their tours/DIY/punk ethos, playing all ages shows at ABC No Rio, Rorschach’s tour with Born Against , going to shows at L’more’s and CBGB’s growing up, our mutual fas…
 
Ever considered partnering up with your spouse or another family member? Today's guests Elliot and Chrissy Smith did just that when they left stable careers to flip, wholesale, and buy rental properties together in Washington state. Running the business together wasn't easy on their marriage. In fact, they almost got divorced. Fast forward to today…
 
Deadguy drummer Dave Rosenberg talks about his move from New Jersey to San Francisco to Amsterdam, studying with Sonny Igoe and later his son Tommy Igoe, the origins of Deadguy and some of the bands they toured with, collecting Amphetamine Reptile records and the powerful experience of seeing Unsane live, incorporating non-cliche grooves in heavy m…
 
Real estate investing... old school! Rick Jarman (@realestateoldschool on Instagram) joins us today to share some of his hard-won wisdom from 44+ years as a flipper and landlord in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. And it's quite the journey, from cabinet maker and campus maintenance man to cigar-puffing 64-year-old social media influencer! In this episode you'…
 
A $1 million net worth before the age of 30... through frugality and creative real estate investing! That's what Todd Baldwin's achieved in a few short years, riding the red-hot Seattle housing market by repeat house hacking, renting by the bedroom, and living way below his means. Sure, Todd's benefited from appreciation, but he's also generating m…
 
Daughters drummer Jon Syverson stopped by the #CBBP for a lil’ double dipping to talk the pro’s and con’s of dealing with a pandemic and rekindling his love for drums and music, the unforeseen trajectory of Daughters album ”You Won’t Get What You Want”, Jon doubling as tour manager and drummer, the aches, pains and hospital trips on the tour, Europ…
 
Live calls, Dave Ramsey style! In this episode we open up the phone (er, Zoom) lines to take audience questions on everything from "should I flip or hold this deal" to "Coronavirus cost me my job... how can I invest now?" Brandon and David offer also advice on house hacking, Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOCs), appraisals, and the pros and cons of…
 
HUM drummer Bryan St. Pere talks about their new record Inlet that was 22 years in the making and the timing of releasing it during a pandemic/social unrest, touring as a young mans sport, the trippy experience of watching HUM play live with Jason Gerken on drums, why he doesn’t play to click tracks, his love for his Jenkins Martin Kit, Bonham, Pea…
 
From fashion design work in India, to a corporate career with Nordstrom... to leaving that career to flip 40+ houses in 6 years – all in one of the hottest markets on the planet! Seattle investor Leka Devatha has quite a story to tell, and a lot of hard-won wisdom too! From her 6 tips for finding and keeping great contractors, to the exact criteria…
 
Moon Destroys (and former Royal Thunder/Brother Hawk) drummer Evan Diprima talks about the process of working with ex-Torche guitarist Juan Montoya on the new Moon Destroys EP featuring Troy Sanders(Mastodon) and Paul Masvidal(Cynic) on vocals, the 12 day in-studio writing session that ultimately yielded the record as well as future plans for the n…
 
Are you tired of toiling in the trenches... and ready to run a business that cranks out profits without your constant involvement? That's what today's guest has managed to do! In this episode, Michigan-based investor Mike Simmons shares exactly how he went from moderate success to $1 million in annual profit. You'll learn why Mike switched gears fr…
 
Do you dream of stepping back from the day to day and working on your business rather than in it? Of course you do! AJ Osborne has achieved that goal—and having experienced a harrowing health emergency that incapacitated him for months (see show 286), this Boise, Idaho, investor is ultra-qualified to discuss the value of documenting, delegating, an…
 
Drummer Bobby Caldwell talks re-grouping Captain Beyond and recreating the magic of those early records, re-booking canceled CB tours, the magical experience of seeing Joe Morello with dave Brubeck when he was 10 years old, competing in rudiment competitions prior to playing the kit, and leading a military marching band, the “bubble” that Captain B…
 
On today's show: the massive impact of just a few flips and a few small multifamily rental properties. Starting in 2017, that combination allowed our guest Megan Greathouse to step aside from her W-2 job (her husband still works) and spend much more time with her two young kids... all while dedicating just 5 hours per month to self-managing her por…
 
Yesterday, Marcus Maloney showed us how he built his deal-finding machine. Today, he tells us how he's hanging onto it by making two big shifts in his business. When the pandemic hit, lenders got nervous... and that put a couple of Marcus' deals in danger. So did he give up? No! He tapped his own network of private lenders to provide financing to h…
 
From "bad drug dealer" in his youth... to earning a master's degree, then jumping into real estate at age 36 and crushing his first deal! Today, Marcus Maloney shares his wild ride in Part 1 of two episodes this week. This one was recorded before the coronavirus pandemic, so we don't discuss that topic. Tomorrow, we'll dive into how Marcus pivoted …
 
Drumming juggernaut Bobby Jarzombek talks about the unexpected time he used to track the new Fates Warning record, his musical family with his two brothers and the 10 minute medley’s they would play growing up, his first kit, his journey through drum books that ultimately shaped his playing, the lost art of open/close hi hat playing and our mutual …
 
Flipping with no money down... in Hawaii? You heard that right. Greg Gaudet actually considers himself "risk-averse" and still holds a full-time job, but he's able to make nice chunks of change by hustling to find deals and managing rehabs for Brandon's team on Maui. Today, Greg walks us through his journey from "rock bottom," including bouts with …
 
Derek Roddy talks his expansive snake collection, listening to crickets n’ frogs, our three way-love for ZZ Top, his musical family & love of Buddy Rich, Gene Hoglan, Billy Cobham & Vinnie Colauita, the brilliance of Pete Sandoval and what he did with the “white noise” of Napalm Death, trying to find one’s “sound” with particular tunings and at par…
 
After yesterday's deep dive interview discussing 2 disastrous flip projects, we have a solo show for you today. And the title says it all, really. Brandon and David boiled down nearly 400 podcast episodes, countless forum threads, books, and real-life conversations, and their own missteps and now present: the Top 10 Ways Real Estate Investors Lose …
 
You can put a dollar number on the losses Spencer Cornelia took on his first two long-distance flips... but it's hard to quantify the value of the lessons he learned and is now passing on to you. We noticed Spencer's thread detailing his struggles in the BiggerPockets forums and invited him on the show; he bravely accepted. In this episode, you'll …
 
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