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#249 SUCCESS is not a pipe dream: Tim Wallace

Photography Daily

Tim Wallace 'rested' a blossoming career in newspaper photojournalism to work in an altogether more '9 to 5' environment. But picking up the camera again as he approached 40, he commented to his wife on holiday that he'd like to become a commercial photographer. He's now one of the most respected car photographers worldwide with a growing aviation and aerospace client portfolio too. Today is a story of how he started, who he is and why he believes he's succeeded after declaring his plans once; "A pipe dream." Supported by our patrons and MPB.com - see the SHOW NOTES for pictures and reference.

55mins

21 Jul 2021

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Ep90 Category: Business/People- Tim Wallace Performance Foodservice on Food/Distribution

The Folly Coffee Podcast

In this episode, Folly Rob sits down with Area Manager at Performance Foodservice. Distributors are the key to success and growth of many food products, but is rarely highlighted. This episode is full of insights about the inner workings of distribution and some of those keys to potential success with a focus on small food/product makers. Enjoy! www.performancefoodservice.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/follycoffeepodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/follycoffeepodcast/support

53mins

9 May 2021

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Where is Tim Wallace?

New Zealand Mysteries

Tim Wallace was last seen in 2010 at a fish & chip shop, his family are desperate for answers.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/newzealandmysteries/message

14mins

8 Feb 2021

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Where is Tim Wallace?

New Zealand Mysteries

Tim Wallace was last seen in 2010 at a fish & chip shop, his family are desperate for answers.

12mins

8 Feb 2021

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Tim Wallace - Time to Soar for Shore

RugbyKO

High-calibre play and healthy interschool rivalries make school rugby a key battleground for developing the next generation players. Today we speak with ex-Wallaby Tim Wallace about school rugby and his work in rugby development at the Shore School in Sydney. We open our conversation by discussing Tim’s career highlights in club and international rugby. After sharing his tips on competing for team spots, we talk about the link between effective school level coaching and building a rapport with your students. Tim then opens up about the challenges faced by Shore School rugby and the solutions they’re introducing to boost their level of play. We touch on the importance of school competition, how school rugby creates a pathway to professional rugby, and Tim’s views on other codes of football. He emphasises that the sport provides students with mentors and role models — irrespective of the code they play. Near the end of the episode, we reflect on why many students stop playing after leaving school, with personal insights into what helped Tim continue his rugby career. We round off our conversation by chatting about the Shore School’s 2021 goals. Tune in for more on how Tim is determined to take school rugby at Shore into a successful new era for the school. Key Points From This Episode: •    Comparing the experience of playing school, club, and international rugby.•    Tim shares his fondness for old school rugby tours.•    Advice on perseverance and competing over the same player position.•    Hear about Tim’s work at the Shore School in Sydney.•    Why the Shore School hasn't been able to land a rugby title in recent years. •    What the Shore School is doing to boost their level of play.  •    The importance of strong school rugby rivalries.•    How school rugby provides a pathway to the professional game. •    How pride in the school, the jersey, and playing the first XV is inherent at the school.•    Tim discusses the factors that kept him playing after leaving school, but why others don't. •    Insights into coaching resources provided by Rugby Australia and GPS schools.•    Tim opens up about the 2021 goals that he has for his team.  “Old boys are proud to watch their school play. It becomes a breeding ground for professional athletes.” — Tim Wallace [0:16:53]  “For younger boys, if they have good role models, it doesn’t matter if they’re playing rugby union, league or AFL. They’re getting a good example of who they can aspire to be.” — Tim Wallace [0:19:37]  Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode: Tim WallaceShore SchoolGPS RugbyBarker College Wallabies Gordon RFCShore SchoolThe King’s SchoolRugby AustraliaSt Joseph's CollegeNewington CollegeThe Scots CollegeHadley JacksonWaratahsRugbyKO

32mins

9 Nov 2020

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Tim Wallace and Point Central

Profitable Powerhouse Properties with the AHI Group

In Episode 26 of the Profitable Powerhouse Properties Podcast, Jonathan Cook and Bryan Jenkins welcome guest Tim Wallace from Point Central. They discuss how amenities like smart home technology create stickiness for tenants, how Point Central works, and more. Find out what the benefits to this are for property managers and how you can get the system installed at your properties! Episode Highlights: Point Central is a subsidiary of alarm.com that is strictly focused on the property management space. AHI likes to be on the cutting edge of technologies that could improve the experience for their staff and tenants. Tenants aren’t merely people who can’t buy a home for whatever reason and so they have to rent; there are many reasons a person may choose to be a renter. Point Central is smart home technology that serves as an amenity for tenants and helps with security for everyone. They offer keyless entry, app-controlled thermostat, doorbell cameras, alarm systems, geofenced actions, and more. Point Central uses z-wave technology instead of wifi or bluetooth because particularly for vacant homes, property showings, vendors or contractors, there may not be accessible wifi. For the alarm system, Point Central integrates with alarm.com. Tenants often ask about installing a Ring doorbell or Nest smart home system or something like it, and it’s better for the property manager to install something correctly once than to install, uninstall, and reinstall different things for different tenants. Point Central has decreased their prices a lot in the past few years in response to feedback from property owners. Your monthly subscription is usually between $10-20 per month. A lot of property managers are adding $4-7 per month on top of the subscription fee for tenants to pay. Scheduling and the ability to control your heating and cooling remotely can save you hundreds of dollars on your energy bills. All devices on alarm.com and Point Central are completely wireless. Cloud storage for video captured from security systems is included. Property managers can mark their properties that are connected to Point Central as either vacant or occupied, and it will affect the permissions and billing. Point Central allows you to pull reports, set up scheduled reports, and they can also help you develop the reports you need. You get a dedicated customer success manager to help train you on all the features of the system. You can use the doorbell camera, motion detector, and other hardware as burglary deterrents at vacant properties even if it isn’t connected to anything, and you can move this hardware between vacant properties as needed. 3 Key Points: Smart home technology is an in-demand amenity for tenants. Using Point Central can be turned into a profit center for property managers and can save tenants substantial money on utilities. Point Central systems provide extra security for vacant properties. Tweetable Quotes: “It’s really about what services you can provide to the tenant and create that stickiness factor.” –Bryan Jenkins “People are putting in these doorbell systems, people are putting in these Alexas, people are putting in these Nests, they’re doing it anyway. They’re doing it in properties that they’re renting. Just do it for them and do it right.” –Jonathan Cook “We’re billing straight to the property manager and we’re giving you guys the opportunity to go back to the tenant and choose what you want to charge them. It’s turned into a profit center for you.” –Tim Wallace Resources Mentioned: Check out our website ahiproperties.com Buy, sell, and own investment properties the way the pros do it with www.roofstock.com Email Jonathan and Bryan at Podcast@AHIProperties.com PPP Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/PPPwithAHI/ PPP Twitter: https://twitter.com/PPPwithAHI Point Central website: https://www.pointcentral.com/ Email Tim: Timwallace@pointcentral.com Call Tim: 801-326-9299

1hr 4mins

5 Oct 2020

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Interview with IWL community member Tim Wallace

The IWL Podcast

In this podcast Dr Nick Fuller interviews IWL community member Tim Wallace and discusses his journey and progress on the IWl Plan.

9 Sep 2020

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Tim Wallace, Strategic Advisor, iPipeline

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

Tim Wallace is a Strategic Advisor to iPipeline and has over 30 years of experience in the software, service, and consulting industry. In 2008, Tim joined iPipeline as CEO with the mission of scaling the company and solidifying iPipeline as an industry leader and innovator. Under his successful leadership, the company grew to be the largest provider of SaaS to the Life and Annuity industry and was acquired by Roper Technologies in 2019. With this change in ownership, Tim pivoted into a Strategic Advisor role, guiding the company in future mergers and acquisitions to continue expanding iPipeline’s market share and influence on the Insurance and Financial Services industry.Tim previously served as President and COO of MEDecision Inc., a public software company. Prior to MEDecision, Tim was the CEO and Chairman of FullTilt Solutions, Inc. FullTilt a was recognized by Forrester and Gartner Research as the leading enterprise product information management software in the marketplace. Mr. Wallace is a winner of the 2011 Ernst & Young Technology CEO of the Year, the 2013 PACT Enterprise Award for Technology CEO of the Year, and the 2014 Red Herring Top 100 Award.Prior to joining FullTilt in 2000, Tim served as CEO of systems integrator XeroxConnect, and as the President and CEO for XLConnect Solutions, Inc., where he was also one of the founders of the company. Tim and other members of the management team took the company public in October of 1996. Xerox acquired XLConnect in June of 1998 for approximately $420 million.Tim was formerly a partner in The Waldec Group, a system integration company that was twice on the Inc. 500 list. He previously spent eleven years with Arthur Andersen & Company, where he was Managing Director of the Business Consulting Practice.Tim received a Master of Business Administration from Miami University and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and has served on the following boards: AccuWeather, BizEquity, FullTilt Solutions, Knova, MEDecision, Migo Software, NitroSecurites, Point.io, Serviceware, Snickelways, and XLConnect.

38mins

26 May 2020

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Tim Wallace, Strategic Advisor, iPipeline

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

Tim Wallace is a Strategic Advisor to iPipeline and has over 30 years of experience in the software, service, and consulting industry. In 2008, Tim joined iPipeline as CEO with the mission of scaling the company and solidifying iPipeline as an industry leader and innovator. Under his successful leadership, the company grew to be the largest provider of SaaS to the Life and Annuity industry and was acquired by Roper Technologies in 2019. With this change in ownership, Tim pivoted into a Strategic Advisor role, guiding the company in future mergers and acquisitions to continue expanding iPipeline’s market share and influence on the Insurance and Financial Services industry.Tim previously served as President and COO of MEDecision Inc., a public software company. Prior to MEDecision, Tim was the CEO and Chairman of FullTilt Solutions, Inc. FullTilt a was recognized by Forrester and Gartner Research as the leading enterprise product information management software in the marketplace. Mr. Wallace is a winner of the 2011 Ernst & Young Technology CEO of the Year, the 2013 PACT Enterprise Award for Technology CEO of the Year, and the 2014 Red Herring Top 100 Award.Prior to joining FullTilt in 2000, Tim served as CEO of systems integrator XeroxConnect, and as the President and CEO for XLConnect Solutions, Inc., where he was also one of the founders of the company. Tim and other members of the management team took the company public in October of 1996. Xerox acquired XLConnect in June of 1998 for approximately $420 million.Tim was formerly a partner in The Waldec Group, a system integration company that was twice on the Inc. 500 list. He previously spent eleven years with Arthur Andersen & Company, where he was Managing Director of the Business Consulting Practice.Tim received a Master of Business Administration from Miami University and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and has served on the following boards: AccuWeather, BizEquity, FullTilt Solutions, Knova, MEDecision, Migo Software, NitroSecurites, Point.io, Serviceware, Snickelways, and XLConnect.

38mins

26 May 2020

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Tim Wallace, Strategic Advisor, iPipeline

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

Tim Wallace is a Strategic Advisor to iPipeline and has over 30 years of experience in the software, service, and consulting industry. In 2008, Tim joined iPipeline as CEO with the mission of scaling the company and solidifying iPipeline as an industry leader and innovator. Under his successful leadership, the company grew to be the largest provider of SaaS to the Life and Annuity industry and was acquired by Roper Technologies in 2019. With this change in ownership, Tim pivoted into a Strategic Advisor role, guiding the company in future mergers and acquisitions to continue expanding iPipeline’s market share and influence on the Insurance and Financial Services industry.Tim previously served as President and COO of MEDecision Inc., a public software company. Prior to MEDecision, Tim was the CEO and Chairman of FullTilt Solutions, Inc. FullTilt a was recognized by Forrester and Gartner Research as the leading enterprise product information management software in the marketplace. Mr. Wallace is a winner of the 2011 Ernst & Young Technology CEO of the Year, the 2013 PACT Enterprise Award for Technology CEO of the Year, and the 2014 Red Herring Top 100 Award.Prior to joining FullTilt in 2000, Tim served as CEO of systems integrator XeroxConnect, and as the President and CEO for XLConnect Solutions, Inc., where he was also one of the founders of the company. Tim and other members of the management team took the company public in October of 1996. Xerox acquired XLConnect in June of 1998 for approximately $420 million.Tim was formerly a partner in The Waldec Group, a system integration company that was twice on the Inc. 500 list. He previously spent eleven years with Arthur Andersen & Company, where he was Managing Director of the Business Consulting Practice.Tim received a Master of Business Administration from Miami University and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and has served on the following boards: AccuWeather, BizEquity, FullTilt Solutions, Knova, MEDecision, Migo Software, NitroSecurites, Point.io, Serviceware, Snickelways, and XLConnect.

38mins

26 May 2020

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