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We help entrepreneurs scale their business with remote teams. In every episode we deliver effective solutions for the challenges business owners and executives face, with experienced guests and practical answers to solve real issues. Hosts Gwenn and Jeremy Aspen have helped hundreds of businesses scale their growth, as the modern workplace isn't constrained by walls of a building and remote teams work to scale your business fast. https://anequim.net/property-management-bootstrappers/
 
There’s no doubt that Silicon Valley is THE place for entrepreneurs. Some people choose to grow with external funding, and some choose to self-fund, and they are often called bootstrapper. According to statistics, only 0.4% of all U.S. companies grow past $10 Million in revenue. In this series of interviews, I’m talking to local bootstrappers who have pushed their businesses into that top 0.4%. My hope is that their experiences can inspire others to make a difference in this valley. To read ...
 
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Are you the leader of your company or the therapist? How do you arrange time for optimal productivity? If we are not focusing on the right problems then our energy is being drained. It's time to level up success and take your business to incredible heights with the help of three powerful questions. Ask yourself the right questions to gain the insig…
 
How do you systematize networking while maintaining genuine engagement? Having a successful business isn't just about creating the best product or service - effective networking is essential for growth. However, many entrepreneurs fail to prioritize this vital activity and miss out on valuable opportunities. This episode features Dr Ben Spears and …
 
Is it really a good idea to sell your property management company? Right now there is a lot of anxiety with the accelerated rate with mergers and acquisitions. In this episode, we help you decide whether or not you should consolidate your property management company or go it alone. Eric Wetherington joins us on this episode to talk about the advant…
 
How do you protect your company from scams and theft? Most successful people don’t want to talk about the time they fell for a scam or admit that they trusted someone, even close friends and family members, who stole from them. The percentage of businesses that have had this happen is high, but the number of people talking about it is low. This can…
 
What is essential for retaining great people in today’s competitive environment? Marketing is more complicated than ever - and when people are running a business they can forget that they are also marketing to employees. We are going to talk about how to attract and retain top talent with Matt Vigh, who is CEO and co-host at Brokerprenuer Podcast. …
 
Recruiting and hiring is difficult in itself. But what about retaining your current talent? The #1 reason why employees leave your organization is often benefit packages. There are numerous ways to not only attract the best talent, but also retain employees from leaving. In this episode Gwenn and Jeremy share creative ways of providing benefit’s pa…
 
Jeremy and Gwenn have been managing teams remotely since 2008 and we have very strong feelings about best practices, but it is always good to get alternative ideas from others. In this episode we are going to speak to the CMO of Time Doctor, a time tracking software for remote teams, Liam Martin, about best practices in the industry for managing a …
 
Are you getting in the way of your own success? Yes, you probably are because we all make this mistake. On this episode we learn how to re-engineer your goals with Steve Rozenberg, and overnight success 15 years in the making. In this episode, you’ll take away tips on how to build with an end goal in mind, how to get out of your business’ way, the …
 
Season 4 of The Bootstrappers Podcast is coming soon! To celebrate Season 3, this episode is all about YOUR favorite moments from the Bootstrappers Podcast! In this episode enjoy moments from some of the highest listened to episodes, including: Improving Your Bottom Line With Emotional Intelligence Lessons From Failure Managing Explosive Growth Ft.…
 
We all want to build our kids up for success. There are so many routes and opportunities that it can be overwhelming for the inexperienced. Maranda Bolin discovered a unique way to have your kids gain experience owning property and self directed IRA’s. Maranda shares her inspirational story with Gwenn and Jeremy. This episode is packed with useful …
 
Syndications are a great way to alleviate the financial burden for property management, and can be quite profitable. How do syndications work and where do you even get started? Gwenn and Jeremy are joined by AJ Shepard, the co-owner of Uptown Properties, where they have made numerous syndication deals over the past decade. He shares what property m…
 
How do you build a company to sell? What is the build to sell strategy? Even if you're not looking to sell, the build to sell strategy helps maximize your company's growth and streamline its operations. We are joined by Scott Van Ramshorst, a serial entrepreneur who has founded and operated several multi-million-dollar companies for nearly 30 years…
 
Do you find yourself still doing day to day operations at your business? How do you get out of the weeds of day-to-day business operations while scaling your growth? Gwenn is joined by Cassandra Swanson, CEO at Paramount Property Management. Cassandra shares an incredible story of maintaining profit by letting go of properties and being able to sca…
 
We all want to grow our businesses, but how to attract and close the right clients can mystify even the best business people. In this episode we discuss how to design your revenue pipeline for maximum profits with Shawn Peterson, CEO at Quantum Business Solutions. Shawn share’s insights into how to align your teams to one vision, build processes th…
 
What is emotional intelligence? How can it be used to help your business? Andie Hines-Lagemann is an emotional intelligence practitioner. She talks with Gwenn and Jeremy about the successful stories her clients have had using emotional intelligence techniques. She also shares helpful tips you can use to keep calm and collected throughout the day. C…
 
What are the habits of really successful people? On this show we interview Michael Krause, of Atrium Management in Orlando, FL about how he grew his business incredibly fast in a short period of time. We discuss his disciplined approach to strategic planning, networking deliberately, his tribe of mentors, reading while he works out and other things…
 
You’ve started your business and it’s running, but it seems to have stalled. Growth isn’t happening and it’s become stagnant. Brian Hughes of BizDev Mastermind has tons of experience as a business development consultant and has helped numerous clients in those idled situations. He sits down with Gwenn and shares key indicators to look for and what …
 
Many business owners quietly struggle with managing stress. In this episode, Jeremy and I open up about our health issues brought on by the stress of owning and managing businesses. We talk about the lessons we have learned over our careers as entrepreneurs and how we have learned to reframe specific events in our business in a more productive way …
 
Feeling anxious or finding yourself emotionally overwhelmed in workplace situations? Gwenn and Jeremy open up to Alyssa Najera, a mental health professional and co-host of Therapists Uncut Podcast on their experiences with therapy and how beneficial it can be for entrepreneurs. Alyssa shares insights on what to look for and when you should reach ou…
 
When you are overwhelmed with your business, is hiring an EOS implementer® the right next decision? On this episode we speak with EOS Worldwide Visionary/CEO, Mark O'Donnell about when an EOS implementer® can be the answer you are looking for. Learn more about how Anequim can help your business at www.anequim.net. Resources to connect with Mark and…
 
Selling your company can be one of the most important business decisions an entrepreneur makes in their lifetime. In this episode, Jeremy and Gwenn discuss the big questions you need to ask yourself before a sale, & what we learned with the recent sale of one of our PM companies. Learn more about Gwenn and Jeremy Aspen's story at www.anequim.net!…
 
Entrepreneurs are notorious for changing direction, moving the mark and derailing their success by not staying focused. On this episode we speak with Kyle Danner, EOS implementer, about how entrepreneurs can implement a focused plan so their business can flourish. Connect with Kyle Danner on LinkedIn Connect with Kyle Danner on EOS Worldwide Learn …
 
Having a good framework for decision making is essential to success in business. In this episode, we sit down with serial entrepreneur, Jordan Muela, & discuss HOW he makes his business bets. Additionally he shares his thoughts on the future of the property management industry. Find Jordan on LinkedIn Learn more about LeadSimple See how Anequim can…
 
Failure is painful and we all try to elude it, but it is unavoidable if we get out of our comfort zones. How do we manage it in our lives? In this episode, Gwenn talks for the first time on the show about her failed state legislature campaign, losing $124,000 of her friend’s and family’s money and losing herself in the process. She discusses how sh…
 
We learn more from our mistakes than our successes. Learning from our mistakes is growth. Learning what not to do is just as important as learning what to do in business. Gwenn and Jeremy break down how we can learn from our mistakes and embrace our 'bonehead moves' as opportunities for growth! In this episode Gwenn and Jeremy go over the most impo…
 
Goal setting is easier said than done and when we do it wrong the culture of our team suffers and our businesses flounder. In this episode Jeremy and Gwenn review goal setting throughout their entrepreneurship journey and what worked and what didn’t. They give practical advice from the trenches with real world examples that you do not have to spend…
 
Leadership development is a vital part of your company's success and on this episode of the podcast Gwenn and Jeremy share how to develop and retain top talent at your organization. From the benefits of promotional programs and opportunities for your employees, to the dangers of not developing your 'A-Players' and losing valuable team members, this…
 
Marketing your business can be complicated, confusing, and an easy way to lose a lot of money. In this episode we will go over where you should be investing your hard earned dollars, the basic principles of marketing that (all too often) get ignored, and what types of effective marketing strategies will actually bring in clients and results. Joe Fr…
 
Is your business stagnant, but you are really interested in scaling? In this show, we speak with scaling expert Mark Scrimenti on the top pitfalls leaders make when trying to grow their business and how to avoid them. We discuss common founder blindspots and what steps need to take place to either get a business owner out of their operations or for…
 
Are you up to date on the latest legal issues in the industry? On this episode, we discuss the biggest legal pitfalls for the Property Management Industry and how to avoid lawsuits with Scott Abernathy, president of NARPM. Resources: Guest: NARPM President, Scott Abernathy www.KingpinLandlord.com https://www.pmiprostn.com/about Scott Abernathy bega…
 
Trent Ratliff explains how he balances his busy life as a family man, property management guru and competitive athlete on this episode. He explains how he ruthlessly prioritizes and efficiently manages his time. If you are looking for motivation to work out, looking for tips on how to accomplish more within your day or make the most of your diet or…
 
David Flores, CEO of PM Solutions Pro, started out as a virtual assistant, or what we call a remote professional, and helped House Match in San Diego document and clarify all their processes and procedures. Now he helps other companies do the same. On this episode, we will talk to him about what he recommends companies do to get organized and how t…
 
Short term rentals are all the rage, but can you scale a short term rental business? During this episode of Property Management Bootstrappers we discuss the ins and outs of managing short term rentals with founder of Better Stay in Washington state, Eva Wu. She explains how to maintain a positive culture with your team, the software and hardware ne…
 
People often feel overwhelmed at work and immediately think they need an executive assistant. However, our experience at Anequim has shown us that sometimes an extra hand in the operations can be better at helping busy CEOs reduce their workload rather than an Executive Assistant. In this episode we will discuss how to discern what the best role is…
 
Some people are really good at committing to goals and achieving them. Brad Larsen, CEO and founder of RentWerx, the Property Management Mastermind Conference, and the Property Management Mastermind podcast is one of those people. In this episode, we explore his underlying beliefs around goal setting, his habits, rituals, and how he overcomes obsta…
 
Chris Clothier of REI Nation manages over a billion dollars in real estate assets with his turnkey model in 11 markets. In this episode we have a conversation with Chris about how he manages his scaling business while maintaining a winning culture. We discuss what it looks like to hold people accountable to tight processes and maintain quality cont…
 
Relationship Selling is a type of sales where the relationship goes beyond just one sale and helps companies get customers for life. Peter Hernandez, VP at Citizen Home Solutions, and the whole team excels at this skill. In this episode we will discuss how he has done this, trained his team to do it in their own style and why relationship selling i…
 
Sarah Durbin is known in the property management world as someone who can come into your PM company and really impact your bottom line. She is the ultimate change agent. In this episode we discuss change management with Sarah Durbin. What are the best practices, what are the pitfalls and what kinds of changes will really transform our businesses. B…
 
Sometimes we know our business has issues but we don’t even know where to start on fixing them. On this episode of Bootstrappers we will speak with Deb Newell, proven consultant in the property management industry about how we can evaluate the health of our business and make steps to fix them. From high turnover to rolling out changes in the busine…
 
Second Nature went from start up to massive organization in just a few years. In this episode we talk to VP of Revenue, Andrew Smallwood about what accounts for Second Nature’s massive expansion, and what smaller companies can learn from its growth. We cover leadership, training, meeting cadence, org chart build out and advice for working with priv…
 
Pete Neubig built a Texas size property management company in a short period of time. His growth was explosive and he did the right things that made his business appealing to buyers. On this episode, we are going to talk to Pete about how he built his company to sell and what advice he has for those who are interested in doing the same. Bootstrappe…
 
Podcasting is intimate, it creates trust, as your listeners are in a bubble with you while listening or watching. The biggest reason to do podcasting is companionship, it is a longer form medium that builds a relationship. Another reason is that the call to action is very subtle and it is not as invasive as it is on different channels. Bootstrapper…
 
Processes and procedures are necessary for any business to be successful and scale. Paul Kankowski of House Match in Temecula, CA runs workshops on processes and procedures and in this show chats with us about best practices, how to avoid common pitfalls and the best organizational strategies for SOPs that eliminate the headaches and drama in a bus…
 
Just how important is a company’s culture? Anne Marie started her company partly because the great culture that she was enjoying in the company that she worked for faded after an acquisition. Now Insignia Environmental is a national leader in its field, and the employees are enjoying the culture that Anne Marie has emphasized since the beginning. L…
 
Managing conflict is a big part of what managers do. It is not always easy to know how to handle situations between employees or complex issues with clients. On this episode we will walk through the essentials of managing conflict so you get the outcomes you are looking for. It is all on this episode of Bootstrappers. Bootstrappers is powered by An…
 
How do you keep the ship going in the right direction if you are directing it day to day? In this episode we discuss how to keep culture on track as you get multiple layers of management, how to give your people a framework to be successful, including your company cadence and your organizational structure. We also discuss common mindsets that cause…
 
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