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Daniel Harkavy, best-selling author, CEO, Founder and Executive Coach at Building Champions, discusses leadership with some of the top CEOs and leaders from well-known organizations around the world. Listen in on Daniel’s conversations with leaders across diverse industries to understand what shaped them as a leader and how you can directly apply their insights to your own leadership journey. Join Daniel as he questions what makes great leaders great.
 
Arizona is a unique landscape with its own climate. Many Arizona Homeowners wish there was an owner’s manual, and now there is one. Each week, hosts Kenny Klaus and Scott Kooiman discuss a relevant topic for Arizona Homeowners and bring in experts to help listeners understand how best to care for Arizona homes, landscape, and every other aspect of owning a desert home. They’ll also keep listeners in tune to the state of the current housing market and new opportunities homeowners have in a ch ...
 
Coach Bill Hart explores the idea of being "All In" based on his interviews with US Military Special Operations warriors (US Navy SEALS, Army Rangers and a Top Gun Instructor), Coach Bill Hart realized that the idea of being “All In” was SO much bigger than he had previously thought. To that end, Coach Bill indicates that he now feels a responsibility to share examples from any and all walks of life to encourage each and every one of us to dig deeper to be the best version of ourselves that ...
 
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This months podcast takes us to North Park to interview Anchi Mei who is Executive Director of MAKE Projects (Merging Agriculture Kitchens & Employment). We recorded our interview outside on their small farm. MAKE Projects is a job training social enterprise that prepares refugees and immigrants to achieve their dreams. Anchi tells us about program…
 
Being an Arizona homeowner doesn’t just mean owning the home you live in. As we begin some conversations on owning investment properties as well, Kenny and Scott sit down with JP Dahdah, the CEO of Vantage IRA as they discuss self-directed IRAs. Kenny and Scott have both used this means to buy real estate investment properties.…
 
Today's guest, Adam Roach, loves recruiting so much that he named his company... wait for it... I Love Recruiting. I Love Recruiting is the global brand for all things recruiting. With a track record of recruiting over 100,000 people in the real estate space, we are now expanding our reach into the chamber of commerce, network marketing, coaching, …
 
Are you curious how the leader of one of the largest global organizations in the world views leadership now—in comparison to a pre-pandemic reality? Listen in to hear from Martin Daum, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler Truck AG. Learn why Martin considers humility to be the most impor…
 
One of the biggest hurdles most people envision on becoming a homeowner is coming up with the down payment. In this episode, we talk with Steve Farrington, a loan expert from Loan Depot, about the various ways to come up with a down payment, and the different amounts needed. We’ll dispel some myths and talk about the process of getting a home loan …
 
We hear a lot of conversations about real estate, and one of the biggest questions we hear is, “When is the bubble going to burst?” In this episode, we bring in East Valley real estate market expert Kraig Klaus as the three of us discuss the causes of the last housing bubble, the realities of today’s market, and what we all should know about today’…
 
Elly Brown is the executive director of the San Diego Food System Alliance, a network of more than 100 organizations working to make our current food system more equitable, healthy, and sustainable through collaboration, policy change, education, and community empowerment. We talk about the launch of The San Diego Food System Alliance Food Vision 2…
 
Kenny and Scott share their experiences when vehicles hit their houses, and go into detail on different ways to shut off the water to your home when there is an issue. It's definitely something to know how to do before you're in a stressful emergency situation with water shooting all over the place!By Klaus Team Real Estate Solutions
 
Arizona is a unique landscape with its own climate. Many Arizona Homeowners wish there was an owner’s manual, and now there is one. Each week, hosts Kenny Klaus and Scott Kooiman discuss a relevant topic for Arizona Homeowners and bring in experts to help listeners understand how best to care for Arizona homes, landscape, and every other aspect of …
 
Daniel discusses leadership with Heather Redman, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Flying Fish. A former tax lawyer with an interest in technology, Heather saw an opportunity to start a venture firm focused on investment in artificial intelligence and machine learning based organizations. Learn from Heather’s journey, the lessons she gleaned that …
 
Listen in to discover the skills and disciplines Michelin-star chef Thomas Keller gained while washing dishes in the kitchen where his mother worked and how those lessons carried him forward into a culinary profession that launched many award-winning restaurants including The French Laundry. Chef Thomas Keller’s leadership in the kitchen along with…
 
Learn the secret sauce of Meijer stores—how a clear and simple vision can enhance the culture of an organization and positively impact the customer. Rick Keyes, President and CEO of Meijer, Inc., joins Daniel to share a few of his leadership disciplines, his experience leading Meijer in a pandemic and his perspective and practices around valuing hi…
 
Join Daniel and Tim Tassopoulos, President and COO of Chick-fil-A, as they discuss team effectiveness—and how ultimately it is driven by self-leadership. Learn how Chick-fil-A invests in the deep belief that leadership development fuels an organization’s overall effectiveness and apply Tim’s tips to your own leadership—whether it be self, team, org…
 
Frank Blake, former CEO of Home Depot, believes that every leader is responsible for finding their energy source—and shares his nonnegotiable disciplines to ensure it is developed. Join Frank and Daniel as they discuss how to stir up goodness in others, the pros and cons of remote work and the impact leaders can have in creating better communities.…
 
Learn from failures, own your mistakes and forgive yourself—just a few of the tips shared by Phyllis Campbell, Chairman of Pacific Northwest Region at JP Morgan Chase. Listen in on Daniel and Phyllis’ conversation as they discuss how society needs more from leaders and what that looks like. Also, Phyllis shares great advice, specific for women and …
 
"Adversity is like cardio." In this episode, we talk with Chris Welton, a mortgage professional who has seen his share of adversity. As a child, he learned to deal with having a limb difference. He thrived, playing baseball and football in school. He went on to successful careers in the automotive and mortgage fields. Starting in 2019, a different …
 
In an age where people always want to have the right answer, great leaders are more about having the best question. I'm Daniel Harkavy and I'm excited to announce that my new podcast Questioning Leadership launches next week, I have the privilege of interviewing some of the top leaders in diverse industries, not just here in the United States, but …
 
Your client loves you, but they STILL have a printout of the competitor's website offer on their desk. Understanding the competing technologies and tools is the key to helping clients. Guiding them through possible choices sets you apart and creates the "expert" relationship. Our guest today is Kenny Klaus, with Klaus Team Real Estate Solutions. Ho…
 
Marshall Wayne is... "The Mounting Man". He is a concept creator, an ad ("Mad") man, marketing expert, and photographer. And an event promoter. Until the pandemic struck and wiped out the industry. To supplement his income and support his family, Marshall bought a $39 drill, came up with some great ads, and became The Mounting Man. He says, "I'm no…
 
Inspiration and perspiration. Kris Schlesser of Lucky Bolt is on a mission! In this episode, Kris Schlesser, the founder and force behind Lucky Bolt, talks to us about his mission to connect us to local, healthy , convenient food. Kris shares his journey from hunting for the perfect breakfast burrito in New York City to bicycle delivery in San Fran…
 
In a market of uncertainty, there's a flight to quality. So in a field of hobbyist real estate sales (50% of realtors had NO transactions in 2020), there are ways to attract and help clients to change the life they have into the life they dream about. Larry Kendall is author of the book "Ninja Selling- Subtle Skills. Big Results" and also offers wo…
 
Sean Herrero's mantra is "I wonder..." He feels very comfortable trying new things to see what works, and letting go of what doesn't. He operates his business as a digital nomad, and loves the van life movement, and the outdoors, especially spear fishing, which offers the ultimate in "being present". Sean came into mortgage origination to achieve s…
 
After years of traveling up and down the west coast (Oceanside, CA to Port Angeles, WA and back) on surfing and skateboarding adventures since 2004 and visiting farms along the way, Luke Girling got the bug to learn about organic farming. Eventually Luke had the opportunity to attend UC Santa Cruz’s Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Syste…
 
Today we chat with David Jaffe of Guaranteed Rate Mortgage. In 2020, he did $300 million and 625 units, with 8 team members. Much of this success is from his database of 17,000, and he actively markets to 2500 of those. David also gives us some great ideas for preparing for the next lean cycle in your business. Bill Hart is a coach at Building Cham…
 
In this episode, we talk with Stephanie Parker of Epicurean San Diego. Stephanie and husband Dan started Epicurean San Diego with the mission of introducing people to the bounty of local San Diego food and beverage producers with curated events large and small. Stephanie tells us the affects of the pandemic on the event industry. This year, Epicure…
 
We talk with Jesse Vigil of Big Table San Diego & Davin Waite of Wrench & Rodent Seabasstropub in Oceanside. Jesse talks about the work that Big Table does to assist restaurant and hospitality industry workers that need help, especially since the pandemic hit in March. Davin talks about his personal experiences of working in the kitchen as well as …
 
How do you build a culture of customer service? How do you get your customers to design your products? Mike Faith started Headsets.com in 1997, and has concentrated on building his business with singularity of focus, resisting the temptation to diversify and dilute the brand. He has had phenomenal success at building a culture of customer service. …
 
On this episode, I head to the docks to interview two of our local commercial fishermen. I was accompanied by my trusty companion Scott Higby, owner of Studio C Creative Sound Recorders. Co host Trish Watlington stayed home enjoying spending time with her new grand baby (Go Grandma!) She will be joining us again next time. When we arrived Captain J…
 
"Most of us know exactly what we need to do in our life, but for some reason we resist it." Rene Rodriguez is our guest today. His background is in behavioral neuroscience, which he uses in his keynote presentations, corporate training and seminars in leadership development and sales. Understanding the science of how we work lets us adapt to radica…
 
How do you negotiate these strange times, not only for yourself but with your team? Daniel Harkavy, author of "Becoming a Coaching Leader" and CEO (and head coach) of Building Champions, weighs in, and offers helpful insight and actions. The key is to respond to volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity with proper self-care, routines, and …
 
"There's nothing like a winemaker having their own footprints in the vineyard," says Denise Clarke, co-owner of Altipiano Vineyard & Winery in North County San Diego. "I come from a long line of farmers and always loved having my hands in the dirt." Denise tells us the remarkable story of the journey to becoming a respected grower of grapes and win…
 
In this episode, we talk with Chad Dietz of the Bunker Golf Center. From a young age, Chad has been driven to pursue his passions. As a rising baseball player in school, he changed his trajectory and turned his attention toward golf. Working at a golf resort allowed him access to play, as well as exposure to successful people. Chad took the opportu…
 
How do you compete against a large company with deep pockets? Our guest in this episode is Enrique Braunschweiger with First West Financial. As an independent mortgage professional in Palm Springs CA, he noticed two things. First, buyers have direct access to the same tools as mortgage and real estate professionals. So they can now do many aspects …
 
On this podcast we had the pleasure of chatting with Troy Johnson. Troy is a writer, television personality and commentator on the San Diego food community. We discuss how the pandemic has affected restaurants. What will San Diego dining look like in the future? Will it be dominated by large chains? How many small eateries will survive to serve the…
 
In this episode of All In with Coach Bill Hart, we talk with Khai McBride, Bill's longtime friend and business coach to mortgage professionals and other entrepreneurs. Khai discusses 4 stages of an entrepreneurial business- infancy, adolescent, adult, and mature, and reviews the essential skills of each. He offers some great info on processes, and …
 
In this episode we interview Hannah Gbeh who is the executive director of the San Diego Farm Bureau. Hannah is and environmental scientist, teacher, researcher, farm owner and mother of three (among many other accomplishments). We talk with Hannah about small farms, women farmers, innovation, the high cost of land and water in San Diego County, ove…
 
Today we talk with Dr. Drew Lawson, an ER physician and also a coach for Building Champions, working with doctors in their medical practices. Drew shares his observations from the front lines of this pandemic, and offers facts, strategies, and comfort. Bill Hart is a coach at Building Champions in Lake Oswego Oregon. He is also the author of the bo…
 
On this episode, Trish Watlington and I talk about the effects of the pandemic on our local San Diego food industry, and ways to keep healthy, nutritious food on our tables. How are our local restaurants, farmers and fishermen adapting to the restrictions in place right now? What is the way ahead for them when things get “back to normal?” What will…
 
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