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Helping you transform your K-12 math lesson plans by building confidence in effective teaching practices, guiding you to transform your math curriculum, and inspiring classroom strategies to engage all students. Are you wondering how to create K-12 math lesson plans where students don't want to stop exploring your math curriculum when the bell rings? Over the last 19 years, Kyle and Jon, the founders of MakeMathMoments.com have been engaging students, teachers, and district program leaders w ...
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Canadian Wealth Secrets Podcast [Formerly Invested Teacher Podcast] Are you wondering whether your financial plan is going to lead to that wealthy Canadian lifestyle you envision for your future? Over the last 5 years, former mathematics teachers and serial entrepreneurs Kyle Pearce and Jon Orr have been implementing alternative wealth building and income tax strategies that have allowed them to transition from high net income to high net worth. Now, they seek to share these Canadian Wealth ...
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There's a crisis of consciousness and perception at the root of the global ecological crisis we face today. Modern societies have lost their rootedness in the past and their connection to nature... and the result is an approaching storm that will force us to radically change the way we live and coexist. To shine a light on restoring our connection to nature, we are interviewing authors and teachers who have dedicated themselves to exploring humanity's place in nature. Listen to Eco-Changemak ...
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Build Wealth Through Real Estate Based Strategies. Join Andrew Hines as he interviews various successful real estate investors and has them explain their strategies to flipping houses, executing the BRRRR strategy, investing in multifamily properties, investing in private mortgages, developing land, house hacking and more.
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In E267, Andrew Hines sits down with Kyle Pearce, a remarkable figure whose journey transitions from being a dedicated high school math teacher to a masterful real estate investor and corporate wealth management advisor. Kyle unfolds his narrative, revealing a profound passion for real estate that propelled him beyond the conventional classroom to …
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It can feel frustrating and overwhelming and you’ll feel like you’re forced to “go back to the drawing board” when your curriculum resource is pulled away from you. What do we consider when trying to select a new curriculum resource? Are we supposed to create our own resources from scratch? As educators, we are constantly facing the challenge of ad…
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In E271, we dive deep with David Hulshof into the complex world of multifamily real estate investments. David walks us through his intriguing shift from the insurance sector to the bustling real estate industry, with a sharp focus on properties boasting more than six units. He employs a rigorous, data-driven approach to real estate, an essential st…
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Are you overlooking the power of practical experience in financial advisory roles? Join Kyle and Jon as they share some Canadian Wealth Secret Sauce related to selecting the right guidance, evaluating solution providers, and navigating the complexities of client suitability in this week’s episode. In today's fast-paced and complex financial landsca…
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The American prison system is in shambles. Rehabilitation efforts fall short, recidivism rates soar, and the numbers show that our incarceration system fails to actually make us any safer. While the notion of abolishing prisons might sound radical, entertaining its principles could help cast light on the shortcomings of our current system and steer…
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Each and every year, district and school mathematics leadership teams spend countless hours crafting lofty goals and monitoring plans, but struggle to state measurable improvement in effective teacher practice and student gains. If you’ve ever wondered: How can I create a pd action plan that teachers view as useful and not “just adding to their pla…
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In E270, meet Jude Gomes, an inspiring 22-year-old entrepreneur who's rapidly climbing the ranks in the real estate and business world. Starting young, Jude now boasts ownership of multiple residential units, including a 10-unit complex, a sixplex, and a fourplex, on top of his success in wholesaling properties. Jude's real estate strategy is all a…
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Navigating the complex world of retirement savings in Canada and wondering if RRSPs are the right choice for you? This episode is crucial for anyone looking to secure their financial future in Canada. With RRSPs being a central part of retirement planning, understanding their nuances and tax implications is essential, especially given the ever-chan…
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There's been a surge in discourse around medications such as Ozempic, prompting understandable skepticism—Is this another weight loss fad, or the beginning of something new? While it is primarily used to treat diabetes and promote weight loss, there's mounting evidence that shows drugs like Ozempic can reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes, …
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Ever felt like you're just "sprinkling fairy dust" in your educational role without making a real impact? This Math Mentoring is for every educator leader, math coach, or math coordinator grappling with the challenge of supporting teachers making meaningful changes in their teaching methods. It delves into the real-world struggles and victories of …
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In E269, we had the privilege of hosting Jordan McGregor, a dynamic real estate investor and Realtor whose journey in the realm of real estate began remarkably at the tender age of 17. Jordan, with his wealth of experience and strategic acumen, delved deep into his early forays into the industry, influenced by the foundational support and insights …
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E268B is a blend of my personal journey, the strategies that have shaped my investment approach, and a sneak peek into upcoming projects, notably a book collaboration with John Schwenker. This book aims to highlight the stories of some of the most influential guests on my podcast and to distill the investment philosophies that I believe will be cru…
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Have you ever wondered how a seasoned entrepreneur transitions from start-up to start-up, and what unique insights they gained along the way? In a world where career transitions, entrepreneurial risks, and technological advancements are increasingly common, understanding the journey of someone who has successfully navigated these changes can offer …
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The climate crisis is undeniably real, but it won't be the end of the world. Tomorrow, the planet will still be here, whether it's better or worse, and we'll all have to live in it. While it's understandable to feel hopeless, surrendering isn't an environmentally responsible choice. In this episode, Adam talks with Dr. Hannah Ritchie, author of "No…
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When you shift your teaching practices from “I do, we do, you” to a problem based approach that engages students to think first you will often be led to question how you give feedback to students. In this episode we speak with Diane Hamilton, an elementary classroom teacher from Toronto Ontario. Diane has been implementing the 14 strategies from Pe…
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In E268, Saad Dar’s foray into real estate wasn’t plotted on a traditional roadmap. What began as an unexpected tenure as a landlord evolved into co-founding a flourishing real estate investment venture, deeply entrenched in the BRRRR strategy, set against the dynamic backdrop of Philadelphia. This journey underscores not just the unpredictability …
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This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Widespread denial looms over the 2024 presidential election. Will Biden be replaced due to his age? Could a conviction halt Trump's ambitions? While enthusiasm is scarce for this exhausting rematch, it's going to happen whether we like it or not. Adam and Semafor political reporter David Weigel set asid…
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In E267B, I'm stepping away from our regular interview format to dive into some personal reflections, analytical musings, and targeted advice that I hope will resonate with real estate investors and a wider audience. One concept I've been pondering lately is the importance of finding one's equilibrium. I've noticed how small adjustments in my routi…
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Are you tired of paying more taxes than necessary when withdrawing money from your corporation? As a business owner, effectively managing your finances and understanding the tax implications of withdrawing money from your corporation is crucial. Whether you're considering salary or dividend payments, or looking for ways to shelter money from taxes,…
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Ever wondered how to transform math class into every student's favorite subject? Join us in this episode as we dive into the world of #MathPlay with Libo Valencia, a passionate high school math teacher from New York and author who believes in shaping the future of mathematics through engaging and playful teaching strategies. Explore the transformat…
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In E266B, we're diving into a mix of topics—real estate investment strategies, personal business ventures, and a bit of economic philosophy, particularly around Bitcoin and the concept of value. Midweek episodes, like this one, are designed to be a bit more laid-back and raw, providing you with updates on my life, work, and insights into the broade…
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Are you wondering if incorporating your Canadian business is the wealth-building powerhouse you expected, and how to navigate the complexities of corporate wealth management and tax saving strategies? This episode directly addresses the dilemmas faced by incorporated Canadian entrepreneurs and business owners, delving into effective wealth manageme…
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The profession of journalism is facing a crisis. Recent years have brought devastating layoffs to nearly every major news outlet, with local newspapers shuttering daily. As these institutions crumble, we're faced with a question: what does a world without journalism even look like? This week, Adam is joined by journalist Matt Pearce, who recently e…
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How can you transform your middle school classroom with problem-based lessons while overcoming personal insecurities and teaching doubts? In this mentoring moment episode we speak with Joanne Ward, a middle school teacher from Taipei Taiwan who is tackling a common challenge faced by educators: the uncertainty and lack of confidence in implementing…
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In E266, we're diving back into the world of real estate with the return of Austin Yeh, a veritable expert in the field, who last graced us with his presence four years back. This time, Austin walks us through his evolving journey, from his early days investing in single-family homes out in Windsor to his current ventures into joint partnerships, t…
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In E265B, I take you through a more personal lens on my real estate journey, zooming into my US market ventures. I'm introducing a fresh midweek episode format packed with my personal insights, market snapshots, and strategic deep dives. I'll share tales from Florida, spotlighting connections made, and the exploration of off-market tactics and part…
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How can you retire early and gain time freedom you’ve been after since you started your wealth building journey? In today's fast-paced world, achieving financial independence and early retirement is a coveted goal for many, but it often feels out of reach. In this episode we speak with the Lazy Canadian Millionaire Investor: Jim Chuong. Jim retired…
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The internet once felt novel and exciting, with new mysteries waiting to be discovered around every corner. These days there's a different mystery: who is actually deciding everything that you end up seeing? Journalist Kyle Chayka, author of Filterworld: How Algorithms Flattened Culture, has studied how platform algorithms have been invisibly guidi…
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Have you ever wondered how to ensure your teaching actions align seamlessly with your educational philosophies? How close is your practice with your preach? In this episode we speak with Felicia Favela, a veteran 8th grade pre-algebra teacher from Phoenix Arizona who knows that in the realm of education, consistency between what we say and what we …
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In E265, we have the pleasure of diving into Spencer Giles' fascinating journey within the Airbnb and vacation rental space. Spencer opens up about his initial steps utilizing the BRRRR strategy tailored for vacation rentals, his expansion endeavors across Canada, his experience managing an impressive portfolio of over 40 properties, and his strate…
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Are you tired of hearing how amazing the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP) is, leaving you feeling left on the sidelines for a comfortable retirement just because you’re a pensionless T4 employee, Canadian business owner, or entrepreneur? For the few industries that still provide Canadians defined benefit pension plans (DBPP), these sources of …
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Express skepticism about technology and you might be labeled a "Luddite." However, the true story of the historical Luddites offers a fascinating perspective on the relationship between workers and technology. In this episode, Adam chats with tech journalist Brian Merchant, author of Blood in the Machine: The Origins of the Rebellion Against Big Te…
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Are you struggling to turn your ambitious math educational goals into tangible results in your classroom or district? Have you been asking: Where should I focus the efforts of my district math pd plan for the remainder of this year and following years? This episode of "Making Math Moments That Matter" is crucial for educators and district leaders o…
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In E264, features an in-depth conversation with Seth Ferguson, a renowned figure in the real estate investing world. Seth shares his journey from being a real estate agent and a hockey referee to becoming the COO of CPI Capital and a key player in the multi-family real estate sector in the United States and Canada. He discusses the pivotal moments …
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If you have been successful in entrepreneurship, business, investing, or even life - but you aren’t actually clear on what you’re striving towards - it’s highly likely that you’ve just been lucky. The real question you need to ask yourself is: How long will your luck last if you continue to drift through your entrepreneurial daily ritual, aimlessly…
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