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The Nick Huber show is a short-form podcast on real estate, entrepreneurship and wealth. You won't find a lot of long-form interviews or unorganized banter. My goal is to be short and to the point and deliver value as quickly as possible. We'll cover things like terminology, deal overviews, acquisitions, structuring deals, raising money, operations, hiring and more. Nick Huber owns a real estate private equity company (http://boltstorage.com) in the self storage space. He owns 24 properties ...
 
Eric Jorgenson's Sandbox of sounds. This started as a way to publish the Almanack of Naval Ravikant or Navalmanack audiobook, and ADD struck. Through this podcast, you get the free version of the audiobook for Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness, including the foreword by Tim Ferriss. It is full of lessons on entrepreneurship, building businesses, and even more introspective topics like philosophy and happiness, which Naval often tweets about. After the book, this is ...
 
Demand Gen Chat is a Chili Piper podcast, hosted by Kaylee Edmondson. Join us as we chat with leaders in the space to find out more about their strategies to drive revenue. We’ll cover everything. I want to know what’s working and what experiments have been a total flop. If you want benchmarks for your team, or just want insights on trends in the market, this podcast is for you.
 
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Just me and you today, dear listener -- and I’m going to talk through some ideas that have been fascinating me recently, weaving together authors like Rory Sutherland, Eliezer Yudkowsky, and Nassim Taleb. As I reviewed my highlights from books, blogs and articles that I’ve been collecting over the past 10 years the main ideas that jumped out at me …
 
For today's episode I was joined by Jordan Woods, Director of Growth Marketing @ Cypress.io. We chat in depth about making the switch from marketing to marketers vs marketing to devs, the mindshift that happens, marketing activities that matter, and the benefits of leaning into a PLG growth model. Dive in. Happy listening! ✌️ Show Notes: Follow Jor…
 
In this episode we're going to talk about money. I was raised to think about money differently than most people. My parents taught me the value of money, how hard you have to work for money, and how money is the means to an end. Money doesn't have to be the end goal, but it can be what allows you to reach your end goal. Find out more how important …
 
Codie Sanchez has been a journalist embedded with cartels, worked fancy-pants finance jobs at Goldman Sachs and Vanguard, and now -- she is an independent investor and entrepreneur. She owns a direct interest in FORTY FIVE businesses, with more than 25 cash flows. Codie’s interests include boring businesses (like laundromats and property managers),…
 
So today's topic is just a quick tip on leverage, on debt, on dealing with your banker because, in this competitive environment, interest-only periods are key. When you're dealing with a local banker, they're probably going to want to put your first deal on a 20-year amortization schedule with no interest-only. Meaning right off the bat, you pay pr…
 
A little quick episode about what sucks in entrepreneurship culture. I’ve been trying to be positive and avoid being negative. So, let me rant for a bit. I notice lately how the media are romanticizing the idea of building a “start-up” business and gaining hype around starting a business with these “new” ideas. Frankly, I call BS. Find out more on …
 
Today, we’re kicking off a new long-term segment, called Track Zach -- my buddy Zach Marshall just founded a company called Conterra, and is about 3 months into the journey. I plan to have a conversation with him every 3 months or so to get a real-time, much more honest, interesting look at startup life. Zach, now in his second career after the Nav…
 
In this episode of The Nick Huber Show, I was invited to sit down with the guys from Acquisitions Anonymous run by great entrepreneurs, in their podcast, Michael Girdley, Mills Snell, and Bill D’Alessandro talk about and break down businesses that are for sale, evaluating if they’re a good investment or not. We tackle a self-storage facility deal i…
 
On today's episode I was asked to join Samuli Salonen's Sales and Marketing Talk Show for an episode all about demand gen. He's somehow made it 73 episodes in and hadn't yet covered DG. Wild. We cover what I'd consider to be a core part of our secret sauce, the power of building a brand and community (finding your tribe), and just giving prospects …
 
In business and in life, small habits build success, and one of the most important habits is time management. Beyond being efficient in your work, the most successful people invest their time in activities that deliver value over time. The four quadrants of time management, a framework made popular by The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Step…
 
Today, I’m talking with my new Capital Camp buddy Andrew Finn. He is the co-founder of the blog Wait But Why. Since age 25 he’s been patiently building, buying, and operating small businesses. Now, he and Tim Urban share a portfolio of cash-flowing small businesses. Together we discuss how to get a free company, why it is often easier to buy a comp…
 
Just a brief episode this week on The Nick Huber Show, but I want to talk about how the market is changing - about how I'm looking at risk, debt, and my acquisition strategy. One of the things that I took away from that conference that I went to was a question that I had for a lot of very successful investors there: “How are you doing business in t…
 
On today's episode of DGC, I had the opportunity to chat with Hilary Kay, CMO at Wibbitz. Hilary dives into her transition from sales to marketing, and how deeply understanding sales is a cheat code for her role today. We also talk at length about the process Wibbitz went through to transition from a Sales Led org to Product Led, and what impact it…
 
I want to talk about something that I think is pretty important. It is understanding the difference between value and money. And I think that is what separates the really good businessman, the really good entrepreneurs, the people who are really good at personal finance from the people who are not. It's understanding the difference between value an…
 
On this episode we welcome Simon Judd from Index Coop, a DAO focused on building and governing crypto indexes. They want to be the Vanguard of Crypto. In our discussion we explore Simon’s journey from the US Marines to the world of crypto. Simon explains what Index Co-Op is and why it’s the most intense group he’s ever been a part of. Lastly, learn…
 
In this episode of The Nick Huber Show, I want to talk about property management. This isn’t necessarily real estate for beginners, but with that being said, it is something that you need to keep in mind when asking yourself “how to get started in real estate.” It is misunderstood by so many folks, especially beginners, that when looking at a prope…
 
On today's episode I joined Nick Bonfiglio, CEO of Syncari, for his Data Superheroes series. We get into my predictions for the future of demand gen, the important intersection of data and demand, and how recent shifts in data privacy should impact your GTM strategy. Let's dive in. ✌️ Show notes: The company I mention that's been forward thinking i…
 
In this episode of The Sweaty Startup, I was invited to sit down with the guys from Acquisitions Anonymous. It is run by Michael Girdley, Mills Snell, and Bill D’Alessandro. All are great entrepreneurs, and their podcast talks and breaks down business’ deals anonymously that are for sale and evaluate if it's a good investment or not. We tackle two …
 
Sean O’Connor is a brilliant writer and marketer who has been working full-time in Crypto since 2016. Sean O’Connor is Head of Strategy at BlockNative, a blockchain infrastructure company. Previously, he was part of ConsenSys, an Ethereum startup studio, where he helped to launch and scale fan engagement dApps. His career has ranged from launching …
 
I attended a conference last week called Capital Camp in Columbia, Missouri. This is by no means a promotional ad for that conference, but I walked away with a clear head and some amazing insights into my strategy, my mindset, and how I manage the emotions and ego every entrepreneur deals with, especially with the Sweaty Startup Podcast and The Nic…
 
I attended a conference last week called Capital Camp in Columbia, Missouri. This is by no means a promotional ad for that conference, but I walked away with a clear head and some amazing insights into my strategy, my mindset, and how I manage the emotions and ego every entrepreneur deals with, especially with the Sweaty Startup Podcast and The Nic…
 
On today’s episode I host Joe Hertler from the Michigan based funk/soul/pop band, Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers! Joe Hertler recorded his first album "The Hard Times LP" in 2009, in his college dorm room. He later went on to form his band The Rainbow Seekers and never looked back. Listen as we discuss: how the craft of songwriting works, how Jo…
 
So an update in my world... You can't win them all. I always try to, but sometimes even with the best real investment strategies, you’ll still lose. Recently, I was chasing the deal of my career. It was a 20 property portfolio in the Midwest in a major metro area of over 750,000 sq ft. Worth $70 million acquisition price, I was eager to meet the ow…
 
Lately, I’ve been reflecting on what I'll be most proud of at the age of 85. That made me think about the lives of my grandparents, and realized that ultimately what I want is to provide a better life foundation for my children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and beyond just like my grandfather did. Find out more what's the best business lesso…
 
On today's episode, I was joined by the pepper connoisseur himself, Craig Handy. Craig is currently the Head of Post Sales / Evolution – Global Revenue Technology & Operations at Shopify. We recognize his title is intriguing so we cover the ins and outs of his responsibilities, and how that plays into the merchant first mentality, innovating for th…
 
On this episode I welcome Jason Hitchcock, crypto sensei and Principal at To The Moon Capital. Jason (Twitter: @JasonHitchcock) was among the few to be early to Ethereum, Helium, CryptoPunks, Alchemix, and more. He has 12 years of early stage startup experience and previously held a role at Twitch and Bebo. Listen as we explore DeFi, NFTs, intermed…
 
If you are going to build a real estate private equity company and become an expert in this market, then closing your deals in a professional manner is a must. With every property we buy, we have 2 sections – before the close and after the close. Find out more how to close a real estate transaction in this episode! Join the community: https://sweat…
 
I'm going to talk about hiring your replacement. Maybe you're growing. Maybe there's an opportunity to scale up, do more, go to the town next door, do more stuff, different stuff, whatever it might be. I've been there, and I’m going through it now with our real estate private equity company that we're building. And I just want to talk a little bit …
 
Nick Huber owns a real estate private equity company (http://boltstorage.com) in the self storage space. He owns 24 properties and over 630,000 rentable square feet in 4 states. He employees a team of 17 individuals and has raised over $10m in outside capital. Artwork and illustrations by Jack Butcher of @VisualizeValue Huge thanks to Modern Stoa (…
 
Let’s talk about partners--those who invest in real estate deals. A sponsor, like me, deals mostly with investors, and if you listen to Episode 3, you’ll understand the relationship between General Partners (GP), or a syndicator, and Limited Partners, or investors. When you ask the question of how to invest in real estate with no money, as a syndic…
 
If you’ve ever asked yourself how to start investing in real estate, for starters, you need to get around people doing what you’re wanting to do. One way to go about this is to get a job, and I'm going to tell you how to get one at a real estate private equity company. I’m also going to share with you what I look for when hiring, and when you’re at…
 
Join me as I share my hot take on moving away from MQLs being marketing's north star, and how doing so can create better alignment between sales and marketing. This is a quick and potentially controversial episode, but I hope it can provide some inspiration to maybe think differently about MQLs in your organization! Show Notes: Follow Kaylee: https…
 
Andrew Wilkinson is the co-founder of Tiny, a venture capital firm that has helped to build over 25 profitable internet businesses over the last 15 years. He got his start founding MetaLab, one of the world’s top design agencies. He has gone from working out of his apartment a little over a decade ago, to today overseeing a group of companies with …
 
This is the podcast for real estate investors because nowhere else will you get a straightforward and honest discussion about everything surrounding real estate investments. People always ask: “how do I get started in real estate investing?" and my initial reaction is how much cash do you have? Because most people's mistake is that they don’t accum…
 
I want to talk about the true cost associated with this line of work. When it comes to buying and selling and investing in real estate, it is different from your average asset. Take stocks for example, it can be easy to panic sell with how easy a single click of a button makes it, and I am just as guilty as anybody of falling victim to this mindset…
 
Way back in early 2015, I planned and developed my self-storage business with my partner Dan. It took a total of 2 years to prepare and set this thing up right. From finding property and looking for the right deals and LPs, in May 2017, we opened our doors for business with 5 outside investors. Fast forward to today, we have 4,930 self-storage unit…
 
Sky King is an entrepreneur and podcaster, passionate about creating systems that incentivize authenticity in media. He founded his company Modern Stoa based in Austin, Texas where he helps podcasters like Aubrey Marcus, Paul Saladino, Luke Storey, and more create and monetize sincere media. His new podcast Sky King’s Mental Playground will be laun…
 
Way back in early 2015, I planned and developed my self-storage business with my partner Dan. It took a total of 2 years to prepare and set this thing up right. From finding property and looking for the right deals and LPs, in May 2017, we opened our doors for business with 5 outside investors. Fast forward to today, we have 4,930 self-storage unit…
 
In today's episode, we sat down with Metadata's VP of Marketing, Jason Widup, and Director of Growth, Mark Huber to chat in-depth about their framework for crafting their strategic narrative, the benefits of failing fast, and how a team of 2 gets more done than a marketing team of 80+. Jason and Mark are transparent about their strengths, and even …
 
When it comes to entrepreneurship, big or small business ownership, you hear the same advice all the time: Do what you say you are going to do, and you will succeed as a business owner. It sounds so easy, but the real problem is that most of us are terrible at managing expectations. It’s bad business advice to just do what you said you’d do regardl…
 
In the very first episode of Jorgenson’s soundbox Eric Jorgenson sought to use this opportunity to answer some of your core questions around The Almanack of Naval including: What I learned creating the Almanack of Naval? What story is underrated from the Alamanack of Naval? What I have applied from The Almanack of Naval? And of course I answered qu…
 
When it comes to investing in real estate, do you want to know what's my secret to finding deals and acquiring real estate? From the tools that I use, website, tips, and tricks, I’m going to reveal my secret to growing my self-storage business: Bolt Storage. Kidding, there is no secret sauce! There’s no shortcut and no easy way. You might not like …
 
The painful truth is that not everyone is cut out to be a business owner. Another hard pill to swallow is that people cling to ideas, and concepts they think will get them ahead. I've said it before and I'll say it again, but my fear through all of this is that people who are listening to the show 10 years from now, will wake up one day, having sta…
 
In this episode I talk about one of my favorite and effective real estate investment strategies. Whether or not you’re a seasoned investor or new to the game, one of the most important things to be able to do is sell to LPs, and it might seem counterintuitive, but don’t roll out the red carpet. This is real estate investing for beginners, but a lot…
 
In this episode of The Nick Huber Show I sit down with Chris Powers of Fort Capital who specializes in industrial real estate in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Chris is a serial entrepreneur with more than 16 years of real estate development and investment experience. He founded Fort Capital in 2005, and to date, the company has invested over $584M in…
 
Things are changing fast in my world! I have hired 8 folks from the Philippines using https://www.supportshepherd.com/. I launched a new podcast today called The Nick Huber Show. Apple podcasts: https://apple.co/3r9O5BW Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Ta5IoC Show notes: https://sweatystartup.com/the-nick-huber-show/ Also a real estate community: https:/…
 
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