I am focused on helping entrepreneurs and small BUSINESS owners have and achieve what they dream of while maintaining a focus on what is important. I’ve seen too many entrepreneurs (myself included) put far too much ahead of the reasons they started their business in the first place. Losing sight of your “WHY” is a dangerous misstep on the road to financial freedom. That is where BBQ comes in! In my journey through starting and selling four businesses by the time I was 40, discovering my love for BBQ was the beginning of my departure from being a workaholic that wanted to make everything bigger!
Foreclosures, Biden/Harris Housing Policy, and Market Overview
On this episode of the podcast, Tim talks with his good friend Rick Sharga, Executive Vice President of RealtyTrac. They discuss the current market conditions that have resulted from the pandemic and the recession that followed, particularly how this...
October Real Estate Market Update
On this episode of Business BBQ podcast, Tim Herriage talks about the the real estate market, and reviews data provided by the National Association Realtors. Taking a look at the month’s supply, it can be seen the supply stayed flat from July to August...
What Is Next For Real Estate?
Mark Dotzour predicts the bottom third of the real estate market to thrive, and interest rates to drop into the 2% range.
Rental Market Update with Kevin Ortner
This week I interviewed my friend Kevin Ortner. Kevin is the president and CEO of Renters Warehouse. During this 30 minute conversation Kevin and I discussed everything from the actual single family rental market, marketing and showing activity, and...
Impact of Economic Downturn on Housing
On today’s episode of Business and BBQ, Tim talks to Rick Sharga, President and CEO of the CJ Patrick Consulting Company, about what he sees going on at the national level regarding the housing market. Rick brings his experience to the table to make...
Leadership Traits: JJ DID TIE BUCKLE #17
On this episode of the Business and BBQ Podcast Tim answers four questions recently asked by one of his sons for his English class. Instead of writing out the answers, Tim decided to turn the assignment into this episode of the podcast!1: Talk about...
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No nonsense, usable information
I really enjoy listening to Tim’s podcast. Usually when I listen to real estate podcasts I end up zoning out because there is almost too much crammed into one episode and the A.D.D kicks in. But when listening to Tim, I find I can stay focused and follow the entire way through while understanding his key points. He also interviews some great individuals that bring a lot to the table as well. Definitely a 10/10 for me personally. The BBQ is a bonus for sure!
Worth the time to listen even if you don't like BBQ
For a new podcast Tim has done a great job getting it off the ground so quickly. I just listened to episonde 5 and he sounds like seasoned podcaster.
Compelling New Concept
Tim has already lived several entrepreneurial lifetimes! He speaks from deep experience of success and failure. Yes, you can’t be successful as an entrepreneur without the hard street reality of overcoming failure. I particularly like the approach of sound advice on lessons learned with a causal mix of a particular and non related passion - bbq. Balance is key in life. Looking forward to the next podcast