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83 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #20: Brian Adams: The Future of Commercial Real Estate
Here is the link to the video of our conversation: YouTube Video Brian C. Adams is the Principal and Founder of Excelsior GP providing high net worth individuals and family offices access to passive cash flowing institutional investment opportunities. Brian is a recovering attorney hailing from a family office background dedicated to providing investors with direct access to institutional alternative investments that can generate passive income in a tax efficient manner. He pulls on his extensive experience in the legal, private equity and real estate industries to provide a broad market view of the entire alternative investment landscape to deliver strategic and reliable investment opportunities to his partners. Brian currently serves as Principal for Excelsior Capital in which he founded in 2019 and oversees acquisitions, operations and capital raising efforts. In addition, he frequently participates in speaking engagements focused on providing the real estate investment community with a real and honest outlook of the commercial real estate market so intelligent investment decisions can be made. Brian can be found at: LinkedIn excelsiorgp.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
103 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #19: Jeff Nischwitz - Transformational Coaching
Jeff Nischwitz is not only a highly sought after speaker and coach, but he's the co-host of The Impact Leadership Podcast (Click Here). Jeff is the Founder and Chief Snow Globe Shaker of The Nischwitz Group and a co-founder of Cardivera, a leadership development eco-systems that helps its members grow their leadership, their lives and their businesses (www.cardivera.com). Jeff is a recovering lawyer (practicing for 17 years and founding his own entrepreneurial law firm), business development and relationship building professional and the founder of several businesses over his career. Most important, Jeff has not only had great successes but failures, all of which have helped him become a leadership, personal development and culture thought leader and disruptive thinker. Jeff is also the author of four books: Think Again! Innovative Approaches to the Business of Law Unmask: Letting Go of Who You're "Supposed" to Be & Unleashing Your True Leader Arrows of Truth: Simple Shifts for Personal Transformation Just One Step: Walking Backwards to the Present on the Camino Trail (2020) Jeff can be found at email@example.com www.nischwitzgroup.com
102 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode #18: Sean Rosensteel - The School of Intentional Living
Sean Rosensteel is a serial entrepreneur who seems to have done it all, except for writing a book. He checked that accomplishment off this year by writing his book, The School of Intentional Living. We had a really fun conversation around the book and what it took to write and publish it. If you are looking to make a meaningful positive change in your personal/professional life, I couldn't recommend Sean's book more as a great place to start. You can download an advance copy using the following link: https://www.seanrosensteel.com/nicholas It will be available to purchase on Amazon on July 21st. The video link to this conversation can be found here: https://youtu.be/jtFkdQPMUfs
136 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode #17: Jerry Brazie - COVID and business
Jerry Brazie returns for an epic conversation about COVID, our response to it, and the consequences those actions have taken on the business community. It was hard no to dwell on the negative as he shared story after story of business owners who have had to close their business and may never again reopen. I value his insight as he truly has his finger on the pulse of the business community, and I gain a new perspective on our future. Jerry hosts his own podcast The Jerry Brazie Podcast http://jerrybrazie.com/podcast/. If you haven't yet listened to it, I highly recommend. Thanks again Jerry for your support and I look forward to our next interview!
60 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode #16: Mark Gagas - Wirehaired Studios
Mark Gagas is an amazing photographer with a genius level business mind. I'm so grateful to him for agreeing to discuss his journey. It is a very inspirational story of leaving a very successful corporate career, essentially walking away from large sums of money and accolades, to focus on what truly matters to him; developing and expressing his creativity through photography, as well as being there for is growing family. Not many people have the guts to make this decision, but Mark is certainly one of the few who have with no regrets. Check out Mark's business at https://wirehairedstudios.com/ He can also be found on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wirehairedstudios/ I hope you enjoy this episode, and thanks for listening.
112 minutes | a year ago
Episode #15 - Brandon Moryl - Mortgage Crisis and the CARE Act
Brandon and I sit down (virtually, to discuss the CARE act and how there are serious holes in it causing several mortgage companies to begin failing. This will ripple through the economy and have tremendous consequences unless addressed. We also discuss the economy at large and how being quarantined is changing everything we have ever known about economic forecasting. We did video record this episode and put it on youtube. That can be found here: https://youtu.be/xLo-WLPsz4Q Thanks for listening.
89 minutes | a year ago
Episode #14: Jerry Brazie
I had the distinct privilege of sitting down with a true entrepreneur. It was incredibly humbling to learn about his story of very rough beginnings and how that inspired him to persevere and become as successful as he has. There were so many nuggets of wisdom throughout this interview that I will be listening to it again just to make sure I got them all. Jerry now gives back to by hosting his own podcast, The Jerry Brazie Podcast, as well as he recently started a new Facebook group called The Successful Mindset. Both of these are intended to provide inspiration and information to those looking to branch out on their own. "A poor kid from Portland, Oregon with eight brothers and sisters. I have owned and operated more than a dozen companies over the last 20 years with combined sales of more than $450 million. I have had more than 10,000 employees and have owned and operated many types of business including: Transportation, gas stations, car washes, convenience stores, reclaimed wood, a management company, and a driver services company. I have also been active as an industrial and commercial real estate investor and own more than 100,000 square feet in the Portland area, a residential land developer and homebuilder, and have bought, sold, remodeled and flipped more houses than I can count." Jerry Brazie
106 minutes | a year ago
Episode #13: Tawnya Landis: Beachbody and Network Marketing
Tawnya Landis was such an amazing person to talk to. She is an expert in network marketing and also a great example of finding opportunities in doing what you love. She has a huge passion for health and fitness and it is no wonder she has had tremendous success with the Beachbody organization. It was such a pleasure getting to speak with her as I learned so much about both Network Marketing as well as health and fitness. She can be found at landisfitness.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/tawnyalandis/ https://www.facebook.com/tawnya.landis https://www.instagram.com/tawnya_landis/ Tawnya Landis is a Lifestyle- Fitness & Wellness Coach, Relationship Coach, International Speaker and Entrepreneur. Her passion is helping her clients reach their goals & life their best lives. She takes the holistic lifestyle approach and guides them in developing new habits personally and professionally. Her goal is to help them not only reach their goals but also maintain them. Tawnya manages a coach network of over 1500 coaches. She helps others do what she does. She is always in search of coaches who match the culture and integrity of her team. She provides one to one mentoring and training. Coaching can provide a great financial opportunity as it has for Tawnya and her family. Entrepreneur, Wife, Mother Professionally Certified Coach, Speaker, Tawnya Landis helps clients experience their BEST self through lifestyle transformation. Contact her on 503-816-7865 or Tawnya.Landis@gmail.com for more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation. Tawnya also does relationship and marriage coaching with her husband Scott Landis withMarriage Architects https://marriagearchitects.com/
94 minutes | a year ago
Episode #12: Brady Duncan - MadTree Brewing Company
I was so excited to get the opportunity to sit down and talk with my guest today. Brady Duncan is living every man's dream. He left a thriving corporate career to open a brewery with his partners whom brewed beer together in the basement for a few months. Not only is MadTree successful, they have helped to revolutionize the entire beer scene in Cincinnati. He's one of the smartest business minds and yet one of the nicest guys you'll meet. I don't know how he does it all, but I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as I did. https://www.madtreebrewing.com/ MadTree puts purpose in every pour. Founded in 2013, MadTree has always been driven to craft great beer - but more importantly - to build something bigger than themselves and the high-quality beer they produce. Since the beginning, MadTree has cared deeply about creating meaningful connections with their communities. They embrace their namesake and work to celebrate and protect nature while reducing their impact on the environment. They are proud members of 1% for the Planet, with a commitment to donate 1% of sales to non-profits focused on environmental sustainability. The craftspeople at MadTree wake up every day to connect people to nature and each other. MadTree. Inspiring Madness. Rooted in Purpose
124 minutes | a year ago
Episode #11: Billy Mitchell - Searchlogic
I had a fun time talking to the Co-Founder of Searchlogic, an online marketing company. His journey was really interesting; from starting a company in Egypt, to discussing the struggles he faced from growing too quickly, to buying his partner out, and ultimately facing the challenges of taking the reigns and creating a new vision after the buyout. I learned so much from Billy and I think you will to. Enjoy! Billy can be found at www.searchlogic.com
92 minutes | a year ago
Episode #10: Daren Patera - Rapid Refill Print Solutions
I had such a fun conversation with Daren Patera. If you've ever been told that you need a written business plan to start a successful business, Daren might make you think otherwise. He is a true entrepreneur who trusts his gut so much that he staked his future on a single idea, "everybody prints." His story is inspiring and certainly worth a listen to. Daren is the cofounder of Rapid Refill Print Solutions. He can be found at https://rapidrefill.com/
61 minutes | a year ago
Episode #9: Rob Fotheringham - Starting and Growing a Law Firm
I had the pleasure of sitting down with the founding partner of Vial and Fotheringham, a multi-state law firm that helps in almost all areas of law, but excel in the Homeowner's Association space. Rob is an estate planning attorney and his story of how he started his firm, how they grew it to where it is today, especially after he and his wife decided to start over and move to Oregon, is both inspiring and impressive. Rob can be found at: vf-law.com
51 minutes | a year ago
Episode #8: Max Morgan and Chase Weaver - Partnerships
www.nicholascupps.com I had a great time talking with returning guest Max Morgan and his partner Chase Weaver. They started Investment Design Management together and it was really fun to talk to them about their journey. If you are considering starting a business with a partner, this conversation is worth a listen. It is evident to me that unless you have great chemistry and mutual respect for one another, your partnership most likely won't last. These guys have both! They can be found at https://investmentdesignmanagement.com/
79 minutes | a year ago
Episode #7: Don Rolfe: Politics, Estate Planning, Etc.
Don Rolfe is back to discuss politics, elections, health care, and yes, Estate Planning. He is the founder of Norwest Legal Planning and can be found at https://www.nwlplanning.com/. I hope you enjoy our conversation.
143 minutes | a year ago
Episode #6: Breaking Free - Scott Landis
On today's breaking free episode, I sit down with a fascinating person. Scott is a business coach and marriage counselor with his wife. He discovered that many of the problems couples were facing stemmed from the husbands feeling emasculated in their relationships and not even knowing it. This prompted him to focus in this area and he is creating a movement called Husband on Fire. We had a fascinating conversation about his journey through life to eventually leading to where he is now. I hope you enjoy listening. Scott can be found at https://www.husbandonfire.com/ as well as https://kingdombizcoaching.com/
99 minutes | a year ago
Episode #5: Breaking Free - Dave Bergman
On Today's Breaking Free episode, I sit down with a Manhattan Lawyer who has an incredible story. He started his career out as an associate at a law firm and eventually broke out and started his own firm. They found a niche suing boards of directors for not disclosing material information which negatively impacted the stock price. He represented large pension funds and was involved in the Martha Stewart insider trading case, as well as the Enron suit. His stories were fascinating, including once living above Downtown Julie Brown from MTV.
64 minutes | a year ago
Episode #4 - Breaking Free - Max Morgan
On today's Breaking Free episode, I sit down with Max Morgan who cofounded Investment Design Management. He specializes in helping Financial Advisors and their firms with portfolio construction and management. He is really smart when it comes to portfolio design and management, but his story of how he started his firm was really fun to learn about. Any advisory out there can benefit from his firm's work and this conversation was a great start to getting to know him. Max can be found at https://www.investmentdesignmanagement.com/
59 minutes | a year ago
Episode #3: Financial Planning - Don Rolfe - Do I need a Trust?
Today's episode is a Financial Planning episode where I sit down with a Wills and Trusts Attorney, Don Rolfe, to discuss the basics of Trusts and why you should seriously consider one. We keep the conversation basic and fun. If you've ever wondered for yourself if having a trust makes sense, then this is one conversation worth listening to. Don is the founder and president of Northwest Legal Planning, LLC. He can be found at www.nwlplanning.com
80 minutes | a year ago
Episode #2 - Breaking Free - Brandon Moryl - Financing Rental Properties
In Today's Breaking Free Episode, I sit down with Brandon Moryl, the expert in real estate financing. His story is fascinating, and if you've ever wondered how to finance the purchase of investment properties without going through a traditional bank, he's your guy. Brandon can be found at www.teammoryl.com
85 minutes | a year ago
Episode #1: Breaking Free - Bonnie Overbeck
On this inaugural episode of the podcast, I travel to Cincinnati to talk with one of my favorite people, Bonnie Overbeck. She inspires me everyday with what she accomplishes and how she seems to do it all. We discuss the ups and downs of real estate, the difficulties of building a real estate empire and how she amassed over 100 rental properties before she was 40. And all while being a single mom of three. If you want to learn how she did it, and how you can too, then this is your episode. Bonnie is cofounder of 3B Realty in Cincinnati. She can be found at www.3Bsells.com
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