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The IA Path Podcast is the home for current and future auto damage appraisers and catastrophic auto hail adjusters.
Rank #1: IA 117 The Secret to Being a First Call Adjuster.
Mathew Allen of AdjusterTV shares with us the secret to being a first call adjuster. Go beyond being just a licensed IA and become the most desired! Matt shares his best tips, tricks, insights, and some exciting news about a free training opportunity for you! Name – Mathew Allen Location – Wherever the RV is parked Contact - Mathew Allen's LinkedIn Profile Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Sponsor ACD –If you are an IA looking for more work, if you are wanting to diversify where your claims are coming from, and expand
Rank #2: IA 49 - "Mr. ACD" and the Future of the Claims Industry.
Hear why now is a great time to become an independent adjuster, learn how to expand your book of business, and hear how to stay relevant in the industry with CEO and industry leader Ernie Bray. Ernie is the CEO of 6-time Inc 5000 winner ACD. (Auto Claims Direct) "Mr. ACD", Ernie Bray shares his IA story and discusses the future of the claims industry with IA Path's Chris Stanley. Name - Ernie Bray Company - ACD or Auto Claims Direct Location - Carlsbad, CA Superpower - Business Development Contact - ACDCorp.com & 888-403-4223 Podcast Sponsor AutoForms.co - Total loss forms and Admin information for claims filled out.... instantly. Create your estimates and files in seconds with just an assignment PDF. Get your free guide to the first 5 Steps to Becoming an Independent Adjuster
It can be challenging to please customers who have recently faced the loss or damage of their property, but fast action and precision is key to making sure they iron out the issues all together, resulting in complete satisfaction. Most companies need some help balancing their pile of customer cases. That’s why it’s important to partner with an insurance company adjuster who understands the importance of prompt, efficient adjustments. All these issues and more are discussed here at Adjuster Talk's Podcast with industry leaders.
Rank #1: What's It Like For a First Time Adjuster with Jimmy Sizemore .
Jimmy Sizemore’s career as an independent insurance adjuster initially began during the destruction that followed Hurricane Harvey in the Fall of 2017. Using the skills and experience he gained from his previous career in the veterinary industry as well as connecting with other claim adjusters; he answered our “call to arms” to help assist the hundreds of thousands of homeowners that were devastated by the impact of the massive CAT-4 storm. His previous experience helped him develop the people skills he needed to communicate well with customers as well as the technical skills necessary to use various software programs and tools to close claims effectively and efficiently. Jimmy joins me today to share his story on what it’s like to be a first-time insurance adjuster during a catastrophic weather event. He shares the challenges he faced while working in the field for the first time and the decisions he made when transitioning from a steady career environment to becoming an insurance adjuster. He also explains the importance of staying committed to becoming successful as an insurance adjuster, why being resourceful and developing solutions to overcome various obstacles is critical to your success, and the lessons he learned from the Help Room that impacted his performance while working in the field. “It was an amazing decision - probably the best one I’ve made in my life.” Jimmy Sizemore Enroll Today for the Royal Adjusting Services Academy! Are you ready to take your independent adjusting career to the next level? Royal Adjusting Services and Adjuster Talk Podcast are excited to announce our new insurance claim adjusting school - Royal Adjusting Services Academy. At Royal Adjusting Services Academy, you will learn everything you need to know to take your career to the next level, including a curriculum in dynamic, custom, and mock-up rooms and roofs as well as other cutting-edge techniques to help you become successful in the claim environment. Visit our Royal Adjusting Services Academy website or email hknox@RoyalAdjustingService.com to apply for your curriculum scholarship today! Connect. Share. Inspire. Thanks for tuning in to the Adjuster Talk podcast with your host, Jason Heenan! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes to subscribe to the show and leave an honest review. You can also connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. If you’re interested in working with us, please feel free to email Jason at email@example.com or Mindy at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume to apply to be on our approved adjuster roster today!
Rank #2: How to Become an Independent Insurance Adjuster with Chris Howell.
Chris Howell is an independent insurance adjuster with over a decade of experience. His career initially began in 2004 during the destruction that followed Hurricanes Charlie and Frances that impacted most of southwest Florida. Prior to becoming an insurance adjuster, he was the co-owner of a real estate company as well as a contractor working on home remodeling projects and building custom homes. Chris joins me today to share how he started his career as an independent insurance adjuster. He shares what motivates him to continue his career as an adjuster, what it was like to work during Hurricanes Charlie and Frances, and tips on how to become a successful insurance adjuster. “Treat this as a business from day one.” - Chris Howell In This Episode of Adjuster Talks: How his career as an independent insurance adjuster started. How treating your insurance adjusting career as a business can lead to success. Lessons he has learned throughout his experience in the field. The importance of closely monitoring your numbers. The importance of asking tough questions while working insurance claims. Chris Howell’s Words of Wisdom for New Insurance Adjusters: Take the job - your career - seriously. Have a plan in place to achieve success. Join Us & Meet Your CE Requirements! Come join Jason Heenan from 8A.M to 4P.M. at the Haag Engineering facility Irvine, TX on June 22 for our full-day Continuing Education Program for licensed adjusters. This program meets your CE requirements, is free to attend, and breakfast and lunch will be provided. Come take care of your CE requirements and take part in a live show of Adjuster Talk! See you there! Where: Haag Engineering Facility 4949 West Royal Lane, Irvine TX When: June 22, 8A.M. to 4P.M. Cost: Free Credits: Continuing Education credits Connect. Share. Inspire. Thanks for tuning in to the Adjuster Talk podcast with your host, Jason Heenan! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes to subscribe to the show and leave an honest review. You can also connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. If you’re interested in working with us, please feel free to email Jason at email@example.com or Mindy at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume to apply to be on our approved adjuster roster today!
Insurance Claims and Restoration focused program. The Claim Clinic aims to educate the property damage restorers of the world through interviews with legendary Disaster Recovery experts.
Rank #1: Xactimate Training with Alena Wilson and XM8 Mastery.
Xactimate plays an integral part in everything we do as Insurance Claims Professionals. Alena Wilson teaches this old dog some new tricks. I'm having problems uploading to my podcast host, so I'll come back to fill in the show notes.
Rank #2: Restoration Rebel Roundtable for 8/7/18 - How Rebels Get Paid.
Restoration Rebel Roundtable 8-7-18: How Rebels Get Paid Restoration Rebels don't mess around when it comes to getting paid for the work they do. So why should you? Another RRR brought to you by The Claim Clinic YouTube Version: https://youtu.be/c8_qqcRoT0s ~ Andy McCabe runs an Xactimate estimating and property claims consultancy called Claims Delegates. He is currently accepting new client applications from contractors needing help with Xactimate: http://www.claimsdelegates.com/ClientIntake www.ClaimsDelegates.com Claims Delegates writes Xactimate estimates for contractors across the country. They also consult on Large Loss and CAT events. http://www.claimsdelegates.com/xactimateestimates/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ClaimsDelegates Twitter - https://twitter.com/claimsdelegates The 24HR TECH mitigation documentation system: www.waterdamageprofit.com This training system and documentation package will help you train techs faster and get paid more for mitigation projects. The 24HR TECH on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NVpZ9Y The Claim Clinic Podcast: www.theclaim.clinic iTunes Link https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-claim-clinic/id982839824?mt=2 #RestorationRebels http://restorationrebels.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RestorationRebel Rebel Country Store: https://restoration-rebel.myshopify.com www.AIRestore.org What is Restoration 2.0 https://youtu.be/VlocUcn-L6g
The insurance claim world is ever-changing. Join us each week as we discuss lessons learned and whats new.
Rank #1: Firm Owner - Bryan Hogland.
In this episode, we go straight to the source. We talk with AmerAdjust owner, Bryan Hogland to find out not only how to get on a roster, but how separate yourself from the competition, and how to get deployed. AmerAdjust is an adjusting firm formerly known as AMCAT. They have CAT and Daily assignments throughout the Midwest, Southeast, Texas, and limited exposure to the Northwest USA. To get on the AmerAdjust Roster: https://www.ameradjust.com/adjuster-questionnaire/ To support The Adjuster Show, please visit: www.ap-adjusting.com Facebook @apadjusting Twitter @theadjustershow Instagram @theadjustershow
Rank #2: Why Such Hostility? Roofing Contractor - Zac Ammons.
In this episode, we sit down with ACR Roofing Contractor Zac Ammons. We discuss why there is contention between contractors and adjusters. We also learn that contractors may be trained to be that way. ....plus a few more things that we didn't know before. To learn more about Bully Bag & Tool Co: bullybag.com Facebook: facebook.com/BullyBagToolCo/ Instagram @bullybagtoolco To support The Adjuster Show, please visit: www.ap-adjusting.com Facebook @apadjusting Twitter @theadjustershow Instagram @theadjustershow
Adjusters International's Disaster Recovery Roundtable features experts from our Disaster Recovery Consulting division who are recognized as experts in FEMA Programs, Organizational Resiliency, Risk Management and Continuity of Operations Planning. Each podcast focuses on a topic taken from an issue of Disaster Recovery Today, a publication from Adjusters International that is written from a position of advocacy. In these podcast discussions, our experts share knowledge acquired through years of study and field experience gained by assisting organizations with virtually all facets of preparing for and recovering from a disaster.
Rank #1: Disaster Recovery Today Issue #4003 “Determining Eligibility” .
Today the panel is joined by Adjuster’s International VP, Daniel Craig. Daniel’s previous position was the regional administrator for FEMA’s Public Assistance program in the New England region of the US. The expert panel discusses the FEMA Public Assistance policy in detail. Including the recent changes for retroactive claims with regards to insurance, a shift which will give local governments more control and future plans to mitigate liabilities. Key Takeaways: [2:09] A brief description of FEMA’s Public Assistance program for funding repairs for damaged facilities. [6:01] How can an organization determine whether or not it is eligible for public assistance and what is the time frame for requests? [11:27] What tests does FEMA use to determine eligibility? [18:10] Why is it imperative for applicants to control the inspection process and ensure only qualified people answer questions about pre-existing conditions when they interact with FEMA? [25:51] Dan Craig was the regional administrator for the New England region. A post, given to him by then President George W. Bush [27:02] How does FEMA define “reasonable”? [34:03] In recent years, has FEMA changed their process for vetting requests for public assistance? [38:06] What does the future hold for the FEMA Public Assistance program? [42:55] How are the mitigation expenses paid for by FEMA? Is it a reimbursement program? [45:02] Potential eligible applicants should stay up to date with FEMA’s ever-changing Public Assistance program policies. Moderator: Marjorie Musick, Social Media Specialist at AI/BLC, Globe Midwest Adjusters International, and Jansen International Panelists: Dave Andrews, Deputy Director at Adjusters International Daniel Craig, Vice President at Adjusters International C. Todd Thomas, Director of Consulting Services at Adjusters International Mentioned in This Episode: Disaster Recovery Today Issue #4003 “Determining Eligibility”
Adjusters International’s Property Insurance Roundtable features property insurance experts discussing current issues affecting first party claims. Each podcast focuses on a critical topic that is currently trending within the property insurance industry and includes real life examples intended to improve disaster preparedness.
Rank #1: Common Exposures and Losses Faced by Multi-Family Complexes (Apartments and Condos).
This discussion will take an in-depth look at insuring the many exposures and losses that result from disastrous catastrophes. While multi-family buildings offer many amenities to residents such as maintenance and lawn care, which allow for a simplistic and flexible lifestyle, the insurance policy to cover them are anything but. Apartments and condos are often inadequately insured, and the risk posed for those who own or reside in them is high. For further insight on this topic, please see the corresponding Adjusting Today article: “Multi-Family Complexes (Apartment and Condo): An In-Depth Look at Insuring the Many Exposures and Losses.” Key Takeaways: [1:57] Defining what constitutes a multi-family property. [2:19] How do multi-family exposures differ from typical residential or commercial exposures? [3:13] Why, by law, must multi-family property owners purchase adequate insurance coverage? [4:45] Does preparing a multi-family policy take more foresight and planning than a conventional homeowners policy? [6:54] A 2014 study by the National Multi-Family Council, found approximately 43,267,432 Americans live in rental properties, and a survey by the Insurance Information Institute reported 94,000 fires recorded in apartment buildings the same year; do these figures surprise you? [8:09] Are rental apartments, condo, and cooperative apartments insured in the same way? [9:29] How are condominium and paired homeowner associations insured? Does it differ from apartment complexes? What two kinds of ownership are available for condos? [13:54] What is the building's management responsible for insuring? [14:57] What is a unit owner or renter responsible for? [16:35] What will standard building coverages, provided by the Insurance Services Office (ISO) include for a multi-family complex? [17:26] What additional coverages are available for apartments and condos? [21:25] What types of coverage are available to protect owners and residents from disasters? [22:19] What exclusion may arise from the type of coverages previously discussed, and are there additional coverages policyholders can purchase to counteract these exclusions? [25:53] What role does a deductible play in these claims, and how should one select a deductible amount when purchasing a policy? [32:31] What are unique insurance issues for apartments in comparison to condominiums? [36:00] What are lease provisions, and why are they important when processing property insurance claims? [38:45] What types of crime exposures face apartment owners, and is there coverage for this? [42:30] What types of non-residential exposures do apartment building owners face, and are there additional insurances they can purchase to protect themselves from these risks? [44:31] What types of loss control and safety measures can be taken to reduce property insurance and remediation costs? [46:48] What are common problems that come up when adjusting multi-family complex losses? [50:55] Are there any changes on the horizon for this type of coverage? [53:55] One piece of advice on multi-family complex coverages. Panelists: ● Bill Sharpe – Regional Director - Jansen/Adjusters International ● Josh Scott – Professional Public Insurance Adjuster - The Greenspan Co./Adjusters International ● Todd Thomas – Executive Director of Consulting Services and member of the Society of Risk Management Consultants - Adjusters International Moderator: ● Brianna Moyer – Digital Marketing Manager – Adjusters International Mentioned in This Episode: Adjusters International Adjusting Today National Multi-Family Housing Council Insurance Information Institution
Rank #2: Adjusting Today Issue #3037 – Builder’s Risk Insurance.
This podcast and the corresponding Adjusting Today article titled, "Builder’s Risk Insurance: Specialized Coverage for Construction Projects" focus on a policyholder and which steps they should take to ensure there is adequate insurance coverage on their upcoming or existing new construction project. Important points of this roundtable include identifying exposures, increased costs due to the shelf-life of previously acquired bids and basing your Builder’s Risk Insurance policy on the anticipation of a total loss. Key Takeaways: [1:14] How to define Builder’s Risk Insurance. [2:31] Who purchases Builder’s Risk Insurance? [3:51] When a building is being constructed what kinds of risks is it exposed to? [5:54] Who and what can be covered under a Builder’s Risk policy? [10:31] How do you define the term builder? [13:22] Does this policy cover materials in transit to the job site as well as when materials are in storage awaiting transit? [18:03] What is the best way for a buyer to get adequate coverage? [21:06] What are common errors on the Completed Value Form? [27:43] What is the difference between a Completed Value Form and a Reporting Form? [31:07] What role does a deductible play when calculating penalties relating to Builder’s Risk Insurance? [32:40] What are examples of covered causes of loss and exclusions under a Builder’s Risk policy. [45:38] What options are available if a Builder’s Risk policy is terminated but there is still work to be completed on the building? [51:41] What beneficial optional coverages are available for a policyholder to add in a Builder’s Risk policy? [57:32] What is Contingent Coverage with regards to Builder’s Risk Insurance? [1:02:04] Who should a person seek out when investing in an insurance policy or after sustaining a loss? Panel of Insurance Experts: Tony D’Amico, Senior Vice President at Goodman-Gable-Gould /Adjusters International Jim Mahurin, Risk Management Consultant and member of the Society of Risk Management Consultants C. Todd Thomas, Executive Director of Consulting and Services and member of the Society of Risk Management Consultants - Adjusters International Mentioned in This Episode: Adjusters International Adjusting Today - Builder’s Risk Article #3037
Join insurance nerds Carly, Nick and Tony as they discuss insurance careers, insurtech startups and current events in the insurance industry in their fresh and unique style. This is not your grandpa's insurance industry!
Rank #1: E62 - Cooper Cohen: International Underwriter at CNA Financial.
We finish Insurance Careers Month by speaking with an up and coming insurance professional. Cooper Cohen is an International Underwriter at CNA in Chicago. We discussed how he got into insurance, blockchain, insurtech and near the end of the recording Cooper describes the real challenge we as an industry face in trying to recruit college grads into insurance.
Rank #2: E137: Building An Insurance Company On Technology with Guest Werner Kruck, COO of Security First.
Back in late 2018, Wesley Todd of CaseGlide and I were discussing the state of the insurtech world. We decided how interesting it would be to discuss building a tech-centric insurance organization with people who have decades of experience actually doing this. So, in the first of a many part series in 2019, Wes and I co-hosted an interview with Werner Kruck of Security First. Werner is a veteran of Florida insurance, perhaps the toughest insurance market in the world. He is part of a team that has built Security First. We discuss technology (the good, bad and ugly) and the Florida insurance markets.CONNECT WITH WERNER KRUCK: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/wernerkruck/ Security First - http://www.securityfirstflorida.com/ SUBSCRIBE AT:Buzzsprout RSS: http://www.buzzsprout.com/87086Google Play: https://goo.gl/WMAvW4iTunes: https://goo.gl/7SqwvP Overcast: https://goo.gl/8b4cbD Spotify: https://goo.gl/niAbGNStitcher: https://goo.gl/DmE7MiYouTube: https://goo.gl/1Turar
Simply Explaining Insurance
Rank #1: What to do when your home is full of water..
It’s a homeowners biggest nightmare. Picture yourself coming home from a long day of work to an empty house. Maybe you’ve been looking forward to sitting down with a glass of wine or an iced tea and a little time to decompress. You pull up and your driveway is wet. You open the garage and there is this nice steady stream of water coming out of the door that leads into your house. Upon opening the door you have 2-3 inches of water in your kitchen. This episode is to walk you through what to expect next. I sat down with Doug Pill, who is the COO of Servicemaster Fire and Water Restoration by Johnny on the Spot. He and I help you understand some best practices on what a homeowner can do quickly to stop any further damage and how to begin the repair process. This can be a trying time for a homeowner, but you will have a team of professionals working hard to get your home back to where it was before this event. Thanks to Doug for coming in and helping explain the procedure in clear and concise fashion. Links: Servicemaster by Johnny on the Spot website Servicemaster by Johnny on the Spot Facebook page My Website Music by Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers Simply Explaining Insurance on ITunes On Android use Podcast Addict and search for Simply Explaining Insurance. The post What to do when your home is full of water. appeared first on Dietz Agency.
Rank #2: Simply Explaining Insurance #82- Service lines and Equip. Breakdown.
The carrier that I work for just added two exciting endorsements to our latest homeowners policy. If there was ever such a thing as an exciting endorsement to a homeowners policy, this is it. This first one is a service line endorsement. It covers things like, the main water line running to the house from the street. If that sucker springs a leak, this endorsement will cover the excavation and repair of said pipe. Many homeowners policies do not have this coverage. You can add this on our policy for a whopping $25 month. We are also adding an equipment breakdown coverage which covers what I call the “guts” of your house. Things like your HVAC system, your water heater, appliances, etc. This is close to an aftermarket home warranty program. If your furnace goes down, there may be coverage. If a power short affects your appliances and they are damaged, there is coverage. This is all for $35 year. I have had instances in the past where clients have called up and asked about specific scenarios that did not end up being covered on their homeowner policy. A main water line leak and a power surge. I had to tell my clients that I was sorry there is no coverage. Now there is! Links My Website Music by Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers Simply Explaining Insurance on ITunes On Stitcher On Android use Podcast Addict and search for Simply Explaining Insurance. The post Simply Explaining Insurance #82- Service lines and Equip. Breakdown appeared first on Dietz Agency.
From natural disasters and workplace injuries to cyber-attacks and shareholder litigation, the world of risk for businesses is more complex than ever before. And it’s constantly evolving, making it critical for individuals with risk and insurance responsibilities to have a fundamental understanding of major commercial insurance lines and related risk management strategies. Marsh’s Risk Management and Insurance Podcast highlights the fundamentals of commercial property, casualty, and financial and professional liability insurance, and delivers relevant risk management strategies for each. Subscribe to receive alerts when new episodes are available. Questions or comments? Please tweet us: @MarshGlobal.
Rank #1: RM 101: General Liability Insurance Fundamentals.
Learn the basics of general liability insurance policies: what they cover, how policies are triggered, common exclusions, limits, and more. Featured Guest: Chris Freund, Advisory Specialist, Casualty Practice Read the Transcript
Rank #2: RM 101: Cyber Insurance Fundamentals.
Understand the two kinds of cyber coverage, learn how they help protect your assets, and discover the three keys steps to reigning in ever-growing cyber risks. Featured Guest: Robert Parisi, Managing Director, Cyber Product Leader Read the Transcript
Discussions of time insurance-related legal developments with leading insurance attorneys.
Rank #1: Attorney Daniel Raab on Limitation of Liability - Episode #44.
Attorney Daniel Raab, from the Daniel W. Raab, PA firm in Miami, discusses a recent transportation case and how limitation of liability impacts the transportation and insurance industries.
Rank #2: A Landmark California Court of Appeals Ruling on the Stacking of Policies - Episode #31.
Attorney Roger Simpson from the Cotkin & Collins law firm in Los Angeles, California on a landmark California Court of Appeals ruling on the stacking of policies related to the Stringfellow insurance case.
The Side Hustle Show is the podcast for part-time entrepreneurs who are looking for business ideas, actionable tips to start a business, and killer strategies on how to turn their side hustle dreams into a growing business. We cover all aspects of starting a business and making money (online and offline), including small business marketing, sales, websites, social media marketing, blogging, time management, and more. Our topics include passive income ideas, niche sites, self-publishing, software and app development, coaching and consulting, freelancing, affiliate marketing, Amazon FBA, and much more. Learn how to turn your business idea into your own thriving small business. Starting your own business gives you the freedom and opportunity to quit your job. It doesn't take a high-flying start-up to make money or create an awesome lifestyle business. Guests include Jon Acuff, Chris Ducker, Brian Clark, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, and many Tim Ferriss and Gary Vaynerchuk proteges. Because your 9 to 5 may make you a living, but your 5-9 makes you alive. Hosted by Nick Loper, Chief Side-Hustler at Side Hustle Nation (.com).
Rank #1: 84: $33k in 30 Days? Getting Started with Private Labeling and Amazon FBA.
Selling on Amazon is one of the hottest side hustles around, and I'm not talking about selling books! In this show, we'll dive into sourcing and selling your own physical products on Amazon by finding what's hot in the marketplace, making smart purchases, and out-marketing the competition. I'm joined by Andy Slamans, an Amazon seller who turned his online side hustle into a full-time business this May, and expects to finish the year with over $400,000 in top line revenue. (And $33k in 30 days and over $5k in one day on Cyber Monday!) Incredible!
Rank #2: 72: How to Make a Full-Time Living on Craigslist.
Ryan Finlay from ReCraigslist.com makes a full-time living (and supports his family of 7) buying and selling items on Craigslist. In fact, he used this business to pull himself out from $25,000 in debt and now teaches others to do the same. This is really one of the most fascinating side hustle stories I've come across because there's a Craigslist for your city that is probably teeming with "inventory" for you to run a similar business.
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Rank #1: 212: How to Sell Yourself.
On today’s episode, Grant talks about something that even some of the 2016 presidential candidates could use a few tips about—how to sell yourself. Simply showing up is not enough. Grant discusses how some of the GOP candidates may have been on-stage, but they didn’t show-up to blow-up. Watch Grant discuss these three rules to selling yourself: 1. Show up, and then show up again — then show off 2. Claim the stage as the authority 3. Sell who you are Think of your life as a movie and remember you are the producer, director and writer. That being said, it is invaluable to learn how to present yourself in a moment and command an audience.
Rank #2: 204: How to Make Your First Million.
12 Steps to Make Your First Million: 1. Never Been Easier 2. Saving Won’t Do 3. Live Below Your Means 4. Tax Angles 5. Mature From Income to Investor 6. Boss Up 7. Automate a Pay-Yourself-First Program 8. Be in a Hurry 9. Do the Millionaire Math 10. Do Not Diversify 11. Multiple Flows 12. Avoid Spending Money
Pat Flynn from The Smart Passive Income Blog reveals all of his online business and blogging strategies, income sources and killer marketing tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve with your online business or blog. Discover how you can create multiple passive income streams that work for you so that you can have the time and freedom to do what you love, whether it's traveling the world, or just living comfortably at home. Although Pat confesses he is not a millionaire, he's been supporting his family 100% with passive income generated online, easily earning a six-figure salary while working only a few hours a week. Automation, outsourcing, crowdsourcing, search engine optimization, building authority and trust, niche sites, social media, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Podcasting, eBooks, online courses, affiliate marketing, getting things done and everything that works (and doesn't work) to help you better understand how to crush it with your online business.
Rank #1: SPI 075: Six-Figure Earnings with Ebooks (Not on Amazon) and a Pricing Structure That Works with Nathan Barry.
#075: In this session of The Smart Passive Income Podcast, I’m extremely excited to welcome former freelancer turned app developer turned incredibly successful self-published author, Nathan Barry from NathanBarry.com to the show! In a relatively short time period, Nathan has earned well over $200,000 by self-publishing ebooks on his website, and he shares all of his strategies and how it all happened here on today’s show. Podcast show notes available here: https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/session75
Rank #2: SPI 374: The Psychology of Money and Wealth with Ramit Sethi.
#374: I walk the streets of New York City with Ramit Sethi to talk about why you need to change the way you think about wealth and money. Podcast show notes available here: https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/session374