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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Steve Lloyd. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Steve Lloyd, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Steve Lloyd. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Steve Lloyd, often where they are interviewed.

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Blue Line Reports | Lottery Balls | Steve Lloyd

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In this episode we talk about NHL Draft Lottery with TSN1200's Steve Lloyd


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Aug 12 2020 · 31mins
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EP 04: Playing the Long Game with Steve Lloyd

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We live in an instant-gratification society, and that largely informs how we think about wealth. We want money, and we want it now. That said, nothing of substance is created overnight. To create lasting wealth and strong foundations, steady building is required. 

Steven Lloyd is a real estate investor who specializes in the strategic acquisition and development of residential properties (mortgage notes, private lending, mobile home parks, and apartment buildings). As founder and managing partner of Stone Bay Holdings (SBH), Steve is responsible for sourcing investment opportunities, investor relations, and specifically securing capital from private sources and he manages and owns a portfolio valued over $120 million. Prior to founding SBH, Steve founded and is the managing partner in an integrated real estate development company with multiple capabilities. With over 30 years of diverse entrepreneurial experience, Steve's interest and emphasis has been on the formation and funding of small businesses.

On this episode of the Joe Robert Show, Steve and Joe trade advice on the importance of a strong, efficient partnership, why diversifying your investments is essential (plus how to invest for the long-term), all the ways you can prepare now for the post-COVID market, and getting through these tough times with a positive attitude. Listen in for smart investment advice and some valuable lessons in patience.  

What You’ll Learn 

  • Why doing nothing is actually a good idea in the current global circumstances - and why there is such a thing as too much action
  • What red flags to look for when considering a partnership
  • How Steve is using his time in quarantine to transform his life (and what we could all learn from his methods)
  • And much more!

Favorite Quote

“It's a journey, investing is over time, you create wealth over time. You have to go from one property to 15 to 20. The problem with most entrepreneurs is that they don't have patience.” - Steve Lloyd

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Jul 02 2020 · 1hr 12mins
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Raising Capital from $0 to $120 million with Steve Lloyd

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With great pleasure, this week’s special guest is Steve Lloyd. He is an entrepreneur tried and true. He started his real estate career in his 30s when he owned a pizza shop and throughout the years built it out with several strategic partners to over $120m. Today, he talks about how he got started and how he talks to investors and gives them the confidence to invest with him. Furthermore, we talk investing during Covid-19 and beyond along with other topics such as Airbnb. Overall, Steve has a mentoring heart and gives a tremendous amount of value. Stay tuned!  

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Apr 30 2020 · 1hr
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TallCanSports Ep366: With Steve Lloyd of TSN 1200

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Welcome back to episode 366 of TCS. On today's show, Matt and Rob are joined by Steve Lloyd of TSN 1200 in Ottawa.

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The guys kick off the show talking a little craft beer before getting in to Steve's journey to where he is now which, believe it or not, actually included a job in the craft beer industry.

Later on the conversation turns to the relationship between a small market sports franchise and their city's only sports radio station, whether the frustration of a fanbase can wear down a sports host who has to absorb it every day, pros and cons with working so close to the team you're covering, whether Senator fans have started to mellow out following the signing of some big names to long term deals, why tv ratings and general interest seemed to be at an all time low for this year's World Series, whether home field/ice/court advantage still exists, which teams are off to the most surprising starts in the NHL and tons more.

You can catch Steve Lloyd every day on his show "In The Box" on TSN 1200 and you can follow him on Twitter @TSNSteveLloyd.

Steve was a great guest and we couldn't be more grateful that he was so generous with his time.

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Nov 01 2019 · 1hr 9mins
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#12 ChromaGraphica With Steve Lloyd And Jason Lane

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Another zone system free show as Simon and Andrew channel their inner talk show hosts as they quiz guests who, to be frank are only on the show to sell stuff.

Mercenary guests Jason Lane and Steve Lloyd are on the verge of completing “ChromaGraphica” a Kickstarter campaign for brand new, injection moulded dry plate holders.

We talk to Steve about his back story and the awesome Chroma Camera that will very shortly be on sale to all and sundry and then Jason tells us all about Pictoriographica, his dry plate business – the history, the process, hints and tips and why we should all be out there using dry plates (film is dead folks).

Links and references arising from the discussions:

We discussed storage methods for dry plates, Andrew uses Secol in the UK for all things archival

Jason plugged “Dry Plate Photographers” Facebook Group – Andrew has joined it and very informative it is too

Jason referenced the work of Denise Ross who wrote about her dry plate experience on her great “light farm” site

Ron Mowrey, former Kodak emulsion engineer – check out a youtube video and go from there

Andrew mentioned a youtube video by “Planetrandy” (yes I know) who uses a large wooden wetplate camera and Jasons plates

Steve’s links

Check out his website for Chroma Camera


Jason’s links

His website is the place to go for sales, hints and tips


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Aug 23 2019 · 2hr 26mins
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Episode 44: Steve Lloyd - Yoga, Meditation & the American Ego

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Steve Lloyd is a long time yoga and meditation practitioner and a musician. In this conversation we discuss how Steve discovered yoga, the commercialization of yoga, how a meditation practice freed Steve from his rage, Buddhism, the arc of technologic advancement, violence and the American Ego, racism, parenthood, American culture and much more. You can find Steve playing some original music and cover tunes every Monday night from 6 to 9 pm at McKinleyville’s Clam Beach Tavern.

You can find out more about the Ayurvedic Life Mastery Program at Tell Traci Webb that the Humboldt Lighthouse sent you and receive an additional $250 off the cost of this 9-month transformational program.

This episode is sponsored by the karma yogis @thekozm. Use the coupon code HL10 to get 10% off your purchase order at The Kozm is manufacturing yoga clothing and the conscious capitalism movement.

This episode is also sponsored by Webeekind CBD herbal apothecary, @webeekind. Support a local Humboldt County business this holiday season by purchasing CBD-infused bath bombs, tinctures, gummies, and salves for you and your pets. Use the coupon code LIGHTHOUSE at to get 10% off your purchase order.

Mar 09 2019 · 1hr 25mins
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EPISODE 3: Steve Lloyd

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We chat with Steve Lloyd the Founder of StoneBay Holdings, where Steve dives in on his love for entrepreneurs, raising capital, putting ideas on steroids, and the importance of investing in yourself.


Mar 06 2019 · 14mins
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Family First with Steve Lloyd of Busy Little Hands Learning Center

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Steve Lloyd, visionary and co-owner of Busy Little Hands Learning Center, is a model of growing by leaps and bounds when you apply the right mindset, practices, and leadership in your school. Steve talks with Kris about his unconventional journey into child care, and how he and his mother Jessica have morphed and expanded Busy Little Hands with the help of some amazing and highly engaged staff. It’s a deep dive into the culture, core values, service standards, employee retention, motivating millennials, healthy communication habits, and how to create a pleasurable atmosphere with everyone involved being empowered and accountable.

Key Takeaways:

[1:05] The Child Care Success Summit in Dallas is soon upon us. For those that have not registered yet, it has sold out over the past several years, so don’t sleep on it! It is October 25-27, and you can expect amazing speakers, new content, and over 700 owners and industry leaders sharing their tips for success in running schools.

[5:09] And wait — there’s more! Kris has offered a special promo for podcast listeners only! When you purchase your Summit tickets at:, enter the code: rockstar at checkout and receive an extra $100 off your ticket. The offer is good until the tickets sell out.

[6:25] Busy Little Hands Learning Center in Centennial, CO has expanded to 131 kids and 33 team members. Steve Lloyd is co-owner along with his mom Jessica and her sister back in 2008. Steve and his wife have three kids. Steve in his third year of Platinum membership of the Child Care Success Academy.

[9:45] Steve’s brother Sam inspired him with his mission to make a difference in people’s lives, and make his work really matter. He started studying medicine and worked as an ambulance paramedic. After a few years when his mother Jessica offered him work running the school, he followed that calling and is grateful now for making the right choice. They knew that investing in themselves first was of utmost importance to running a good business, and attended the Child Care Summit.

[14:00] Steve also spends time with adolescents, as a dedicated volunteer Scout Master.

[16:41] Their five-year plan: to have three to five schools in the Denver area over the next several years and for his mother Jessica to retire.

[18:45] Defining your “why” with core values helps employees understand and respect the decisions and actions asked of them.

[20:42] The five core values of Busy Little Hands that they hire upon and live by every day:

  1. 1. Family First
  2. 2. Fun
  3. 3. Respect
  4. 4. Integrity
  5. 5. Progressive

[24:02] Millenials are highly motivated by a sense of purpose, belonging and impact. The more they feel their work matters, the more invested they will be to live the core values of their school.

[28:24] Core values define why you do what you do, but your service standards define how you do what you do.

[29:39] Steve is very excited about Busy Little Hands service standards.

  1. 1. Safety
  2. 2. Consistency and Reliability
  3. 3. Responsiveness
  4. 4. Friendliness

[37:34] Shaping your core values and service standards is a long-term process. It’s a marathon, not a sprint and takes time for everyone to adapt and agree but it’s worth the work it takes to implement them.

[43:18] Steve is shifting towards the idea of a weekly Zoom meeting with his staff and compensating them for a casual evening meeting where staff get to be home and in the comfort of their own home.

[48:42] When your boss is also your mother, the bar for creating an environment of excellence is set even higher. Steve feels that despite the challenges that have popped up along the way, they have made him an even better leader and decision maker.

[51:21] Steve defines a rock star as someone that knows their vision, and takes steps towards it every day.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Kris Murray

Child Care Marketing Solutions

Child Care Success Academy

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Busy Little Hands Early Learning Center

The Book of Mormon

The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success, by Jeff Olson

The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work, by Shawn Achor

Jun 07 2018 · 56mins
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#5MinuteFriday - Steve Lloyd, Cheshire FL Manager

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I spoke with Cheshire FL Inter-League manager Steve Lloyd after he announced his squad for the Cooper Smith Trophy Game.

Tuesday the 21st October 2014
Inter League
The Cooper Smith Trophy – ‘Cup Final’
At Barnton FC, Townfield Lane, Barnton, CW8 4LH.
‘Cheshire League’ versus ‘West Cheshire League’
Kick Off 7-30pm
£4 Adults
£2 Concessions

Oct 10 2014 · 4mins
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02-07-06 Steve Lloyd Chapel Message

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02-07-06 Steve Lloyd Chapel Message

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