Interview with Jennifer Hansen Founder of Metta Yoga
Babe Made Hustle
Going virtual isn't easy, today we catch up with Jennifer Hansen and talk about how to put the pivot back into your business! When quarantine is over how will you be putting the pivot back into yours. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 140: From Recession to Recession-Resistant, with Jennifer Hansen
The Smart Real Estate Coach Podcast|Real Estate Investing
Jennifer Hansen is a writer and editor who grew a side gig of real estate investing into seven-figure holdings. She joined Smart Real Estate Coach as a High 6 member and launched her terms business, Burrow & Bell Property Solutions, in Fayetteville, Arkansas, last year. By the mid-aughts, Jennifer had a small real estate portfolio, but saw economic trouble ahead. She started selling properties and in 2008, wrote a controversial column predicting the recession and warning readers to reduce debt and simplify. Although she was able to sell most of her holdings, the recession wiped out the value of her remaining properties, destroying years of hard work, savings, and equity. More importantly, it stole precious family time and created immense stress. In 2013, she ventured back into real estate with her first commercial property. Within a few years Jennifer started her own editing business and she and her husband Marc slowly built their real estate portfolio. Today, they own a mix of commercial and residential properties. Always looking for recession-resistant strategies, Jennifer joined the Smart Real Estate program and is building her terms business in Arkansas, eastern Oklahoma, and southern Missouri. In 2020, she’ll leave her editing business to focus entirely on helping families and individuals buy and sell on terms through her company, Burrow & Bell Property Solutions What you’ll learn about in this episode: How Jennifer saw the 2008 market crash coming as early as 2005 and how she began to sell off her real estate holdings but still got hit hard by the recession What important lessons and investment strategies she learned from going through the real estate crash How Jennifer got started in real estate a second time after being drawn to a commercial/residential mixed-use property How Jennifer discovered the Smart Real Estate Coach and the terms business and why she believes the terms business is recession-resistant Why developing the right mindset has been a huge factor in Jennifer’s real estate success and why it is important to do your due diligence How Jennifer’s views on real estate investing have evolved as she has learned the terms business What key steps Jennifer suggests new investors take to clarify their goals and motivate themselves to get excited about achieving their goals Why childhood experiences of both having and not having a stable home life have made a lasting impact on Jennifer and motivated her to start her business What future plans Jennifer has to put her editing business on hold and work full time in her real estate business Why Jennifer finds continual learning to be an important part of personal development and why it is important to understand your risk tolerance Resources: Website: https://burrowbell.com/ Additional resources: Website: www.SmartRealEstateCoachPodcast.com/webinar Website: www.SmartRealEstateCoachPodcast.com/termsbook Website: www.SmartRealEstateCoachPodcast.com/ebook Website: www.SmartRealEstateCoach.com/QLS
Mediaweek editor, James Manning, sits down with Jennifer Hansen, whose passion for news and media has seen her career extend from TV to radio. She is a writer, published author, and was part of the longest serving news duo in Australian television history. Jen now co-hosts smoothfm 91.5’s More Music Breakfast alongside Mike Perso. “I am at a good point in my life for sure, we all go through terrible ups and downs and problems that come out of the blue…everyone does but I think the most important thing is to look at the positives you have in your life and focus on them.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nova Entertainment has created a special podcast series featuring interviews with eight inspirational women in diverse media roles. In Her Own Words was launched on Thursday 8 March to celebrate International Women's Day.The series looks at resilience, career highs and lows, balance and how these women juggle the demands of life and people around them. The conversational interviews were conducted for Nova by James Manning, editor of Mediaweek, and are introduced by Ash Gardner, Nova news journalist.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WRITER 115: Meet journalist Jennifer Hansen, author of 'Making Headlines'
So you want to be a writer
Five entrepreneurial tips for authors who want to up their game and an English teacher’s hip hop curriculum is encouraging appreciation of literature. Discover the art of video game writing and and some tips on querying agents and publishers. Wow your readers by using “predilection” and “propensity” correctly. Meet author and journalist Jennifer Hansen. Also: have fun with an automatic story generator, figure out which book you should write first, and when less is more on social media. Read the show notes. Connect with Valerie, Allison and listeners in the podcast community on Facebook Visit WritersCentre.com.au | AllisonTait.com | ValerieKhoo.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.