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Kevin Guz of HomeVestors-Dallas discusses the issues involving renovation costs for an investment property. Specifically, he addresses the difference between quick and affordable repairs versus expensive (and necessary) overhauls, which may make it financially unattractive to buy a specific home.
A.M. Williams launches his new season by discussing the dynamics of the Value Exchange. Ultimately, we all get paid according to the value we bring to the marketplace. A.M. shows you how to increase your value perception so that you increase your income and infuluence in the Value Exchange!
in Self Help
Unique Value Proposition
Radio Talk on Saturday August 9th at 8 pm CDT.
Your business has a value proposition. There is something that you do that your client’s perceive as valuable enough to choose you over all of your competitors. There’s a reason your client’s buy what you sell and there is a reason they buy from you.
The reasons why people buy typically fall into three major buckets that, in sum, form the three rules of winning value propositions:
Potential buyers have a need to what you are selling. It has to resonate with them.
Potential buyers have to see why you stand out from the other available options. You have to differentiate.
Potential buyers have to believe that you can deliver on your promises. You have to substantiate.
It’s all about perception.
You need to find out which of your benefits are perceived to be most important to your prospects.
8.14.2014: Lesson 2 of our Ownership series. The central thought tonight, as we take some lessons from the early church, is:
How does having a "proper" perspective about OWNERSHIP contribute to your potential for wealth? ... not riches.
Hosts: Rev. N. Dunlap, Jr. and Rev Warren Feaster and Adia Sanders
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Today's show is dedicated to helping you learn how to rehab a property and NOT lose money in the process. Please join me as I welcome Kendall Stock and Darren Davis, founders of Sage Investing, LLC, national speakers with Renatus education group. They have Re-habbed close to 50 properties with significant bottom line profit. Many real estate investors are now where near their level of expertise then it comes to Re-habbing. Their specialty is partnering with self-directed retirement plans to produce stellar, tax-free or tax-deferred returns for their clients using the tangible, insurable, medium of real estate. The mission of Sage Investing is simply taking the lemons life hands people and making lemonade through creative solutions in the investing and real estate arenas. No matter where you are in the process, we'll walk you through it and help you learn how to make it BIG without taking a loss in your bank account.
Join me this Tuesday, August 19th, at 11am PST / 2 pm EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here from your computer.
Mark Dobbs is a forensic anthropologist and will be joining the show as we talk to Dina from Washington. As a child Dina grew up with Sasquatch's on her property and she will be discussing how one night Sasquatch attacked the home and terrified her father. Mark will be giving us scientific insight on what he hears and will be sharing his thoughts about primate behavior and bigfoot. Wes will be giving an update on the Browns property. A few other guests will be sharing with us what is going on in our parts of the United States
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Kevin Guz of HomeVestors-Dallas discusses the importance of having a thorough understanding of a neighborhood before making a critical investment or purchase of a property.
In this episode I will discuss the importance of knowing your value.
You don’t have to be Sigmund Freud to know that people with low self-esteem frequently demean themselves in their interactions with others. Unfortunately, this is something that frequently requires professional counseling.
I don’t perform psychoanalysis; I prefer that people who have self-esteem issues find solutions by working with their own community of behavioral health care professionals, particularly since there is no longer any stigma attached to seeking psychiatric treatment. This is important because running your career as a business (the CEO of Me, Inc.) relies heavily on your ability to project confident, positive and assertive behaviors. The quicker the treatment for poor self-esteem, the sooner the positive results will become reflected in your career management program.