NoteSchool Real Estate Investing in Mortgage Notes
Jim Griffin will be sharing his secrets on how he raises private capital and how he distinguishes passive investors from active investors. Big hint, it’s much easier and profitable to work with private investors. For more valuable information click on this link and watch the complete episode: https://youtu.be/ySJPpxaCqyg - "Active Or Passive? Which Investor Is Right For You?" Uncover Why Savvy Investors Use Proven Mortgage Note Strategies for Massive Monthly Profits In Today’s Ever-Changing Market… Risk-Free! Discover more about Note School and profiting without Tenants, Toilets and by taking our FREE one day class: https://new.noteschool.com/TV Latest Class Information: https://noteschool.com/live-classes/ Download a Brand-New eBook by Eddie Speed It’s A Whole New Ball Game With Creative Financing https://lp.noteschooltraining.com/moneyball-getstarted https://www.facebook.com/thenoteschool https://www.linkedin.com/company/noteschool/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/colonial-funding-group-llc/ https://twitter.com/thenoteschool https://www.instagram.com/thenoteauthority/ https://noteschool.libsyn.com/rss https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=582689&refid=stpr #NoteSchool #EddieSpeed #RealEstate #MortgageNotes
Cannabis on the Shop Floor - In the "Weeds" with Employment Law Expert, Jim Griffin
MAKING CHIPS Podcast for Manufacturing Leaders with Jason Zenger & Jim Carr
MakingChips guest Jim Griffith, an employment attorney for HR Source, answers timely questions about individual state and federal marijuana laws, and provides manufacturing leaders with three action steps to help address management and human resources issues related to the use of legalized cannabis.
Jim Griffin on Petrochemical, Energy and Technology – Gulf Coast Growth Show – Episode 7
The Gulf Coast Growth Show
[powerpress]Welcome to the Gulf Coast Growth Show with your hosts Jason Lee and Clint Akin.This week we featured Economic Alliance Past Chairman: Jim Griffin, Associate Vice Chancellor/Sr. VP, San Jacinto College – Center for Petrochemical, Energy & Technology (CPET) In episode 7
4-21-18: Family Getaways - Patti Patterson, Kristina Levan, Kevin Donnelly & Jim Griffin
The Vice-President of Sales for FootJoy Golf, Jim Griffin, joins us for episode #245 of the Golf Better Podcast for a 2017 product catch-up.In this episode, we discuss the new products on the market like the FootJoy D.N.A. Helix line, what the pros are playing on tour and how their feedback inspires shoe design, the FootJoy Pure Touch Limited glove and many other hot products on the shelves in all Worldwide Golf Shops location.Take a listen to our podcast and visit a Worldwide Golf Shops location near you for the latest FootJoy gear!
https://mediarightstech.files.wordpress.com/2016/08/jim_griffin.mp3 Rights.tech presents an audio interview with Jim Griffin talking about Rights Management. Rights.tech is also available on Apple Podcasts, AudioBoom, CastBox, Google Play, RadioPublic, RSS or TuneIn.
Jim Griffin - OneHouse - Music Biz 101 & More Podcast
The Music Biz 101 & More Podcast
Music Biz 101 & More is the only radio show in America that focuses on the business side of the music & entertainment worlds. Hosted by William Paterson University's Dr. Stephen Marcone & Professor David Philp, the show airs live each Wednesday at 8pm on WPSC-FM, Brave New Radio.In this episode, Jim Griffin of Hazen/Onehouse talks about the growing pains of the music industry as it adapts to the digital age. He discusses the need for balance between tracking public performance for royalty-based compensation and providing security and privacy for the general public.Enjoy the talk, listener tweets, and see what you can get out of this.Like what you hear? Tweet us anytime: @MusicBiz101wpEngage and Adore us on The Facebook, The Twitter & Instagram:www.facebook.com/MusicBiz101wp twitter.com/MusicBiz101WP instagram.com/musicbiz101wp/
Jim Griffin is Managing Director of OneHouse LLC, dedicated to the future of music and entertainment delivery, and also works as a consultant to absorb uncertainty about the digital delivery of art. In addition to serving as an agent for constructive change in media and technology, he is also an entrepreneur, author, magazine columnist, and is on the boards of several companies and associations. Previously he started and ran for five years the technology department at Geffen Records. Jim has been hailed by CNN Money as “one of the sharpest minds in digital music” and an “Entertainment Technology Visionary” by the LA Times.