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BIG Truths of Small Business (The Podcast)

A deep dive into how small business works from the YesiRent Boys!

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The Impact of a Coach, Counselor, or Board of Directors in your BIZ – Interview with Sherri Dodd, Founder of Advance Global Coaching

This is a must-listen show about the power of having a coach or board of directors or outside council in your small business. Sherri Dodd, Founder of Advance Global Coaching (https://advanceglobalcoaching.com), shares fantastic specifics of the true purpose of a coach, the difference between coaches and counselors, and what to think about when forming a board of directors. She also shares how her Christian …

Tenant Screening Fundamentals for your Rental Properties

This inaugural episode of The Rental Property Hangover discusses the basics and importance of proper tenant screening. This is one of the foundational steps towards long-term success in the rental business. Joe Watkins and Travis Cassell (The YesiRent Boys), founders of YesiRent Property Management give their decades of experience in this very important property management principle – tenant screening.

The Effects of COVID-19 on your Business – Clearing your Headspace in Chaos

The YesiRent Boys dive into how Covid-19 has affected small business owners and their staff and discuss techniques to clear your head space to get focused on what’s important in the midst of chaos.

The Power of Empathy in the Art of Negotiations

We often reveal that the soft skills are the most powerful skills needed to help other skills. This show discusses how empathy and compassion are critical in winning negotiations and making all sides feel like they got a win as well. The show hosts, Joe Watkins and Travis Cassell, also the the owners of YesiRent Property Management, navigate their way through leanings in negotiations.

The Rebound – How to get Excited about Your Business Again!

As small business owners, we recognize that it is very important to be excited about your business in order to keep pressing on and building that lasting business that meets our goals. But, often times we find ourselves in a trench or dull spot of our business lacking the excitement to keep building it. Travis and Joe discuss some techniques and perspectives that may …

What does it take to Get in the “ZONE” while working?

Joe Watkins and Travis Cassell, with YesiRent Property Management, explore how small business owners can get into the “ZONE” to accomplish things at an incredibly high level. They compare athletes to business people and give you a step-by-step analysis as to how to get yourself in the Zone more often in your small business.

Act 2, Part 2 – Where we discuss the “Journey” in a Conversation with Randy Dodd, a Missionary, and Best-selling Author.

The YesiRent Boys are back to further their discussion on Act 2 in our business and lives. They believe the “Journey” in Act 2 represents some of the most important learnings you will ever learn. People and relationships continue to be more important as you move through the ACTS of life and business. Journey with them as they include a special guest, Randy Dodd, …

Part 1 – Reflecting on “Act 2” in your Professional Life. What Does it Mean?

Travis and Joe introduce a new way to look at your Business Career. Think of it as a play with Act 1, 2, and 3. We will open up discussion on what we think Act 2 means, what are the learnings thus far, what influences do we have on others in business, and how do we take most advantage of the Act 2 season …

The 1st Aftershow – It Ain’t Easy, But It’s Worth It

Super Excited to share our VERY 1st AFTERSHOW! Often times, Big Truths are revealed after we hit the stop button on the recording. Some of our best thoughts are shared when the camera isn’t rolling. Now hear these thoughts–unfiltered, unplanned, disorganized, but often fruitful nugget revealing. ALSO, listen to the just released new SONG by the YesiRent Boys called “It Ain’t Easy, But It’s …

Why the Tape Measure is VERY important in Your Business

What does the tape measure have to do with your business if you are not a contractor? A lot! The tape measure represents everything you are measuring in your small business. Learn Joe and Travis’s spin on how data is vital to reposition, double-down, or abandon things you are doing, as well as many other uses of the tape measure.

“Humility” is the Most Powerful Soft Skill or Approach in Small Business

Travis and Joe are constantly searching for how to better grow their small business, YesiRent Property Management, into a profitable, serving, and significant company in Atlanta. We recognize soft skills as valuable and important keys to this goal. We reveal the most powerful soft skill of all in this episode and explore its power in business and relationships.

How Personal Biases Affect your Business Decisions – Part 2

Travis and Joe are back to discuss a favorite subject in seeking truths of small business – personal biases. We invited an real estate agent that works with YesiRealty, our sister company, to join the show as well. We discuss level 1 and level 2 thinking and the differences of both.

Learn How Your Personal Biases Affect Your Business, Family, & Future – Part 1

Joe & Travis invite “Dan the Man” (Dan Watkins) to discuss the bitter truths of how everyone’s cognitive biases enter into every decision. This is part 1 of a several part series. Learn about anchor bias, recent bias, relationship bias, and others. We believe this deep dive into how we think and make decisions is foundational to understanding how to improve and make the …

Surviving and Gleaning Deep Business Truths out of the 2009 Crash – Interview with Mark Brittain

Learn how Mark Brittain, an Atlanta-based real estate and general practice attorney, survived and learned painful business lessons during the 2009 Economic Crash. Out of these lessons of triumph, then the fall, then the rebuild, Mark changed how he saw his business, and how he saw many of the business relationships around him. When money got scarce, he discovered more about himself and his …

How running a church is similar to a small business? – an Interview with Pastor Jonathan Andersen of Harvest Point UMC

Jonathan Andersen, Pastor of Harvest Point United Methodist Church in Locust Grove, Georgia for 3 years, explores with the YesiRent Boys how running a local church is similar to running a small business. We discuss immediate similarities around the Covid-19 pandemic in our midst currently, as a well as other operational similarities and differences. More than ever, local pastors are keeping a pulse on …

How Integrity and Faith shaped Stephen Bové’s contracting business – an Interview

Stephen Bové, a sole proprietor in the electrical, HVAC, and plumbing business, had a unique upbringing being raised in the jungle as a son of a missionary family. He continued that life by raising his family in Venezuela in a tribal community for 17 years sharing the Gospel. Being fluent in 5 current languages, and a expert in 2 ancient languages (Hebrew and Greek), …

How the Internet Changed Power Plus – an Interview with Jerry Barber

Learn how Jerry Barber, owner of Power Plus and boilersupplies.com, adapted to a changing climate in the late 90s as his business went from the catalogs to the web. Building blocks of his small business are revealed throughout this classic, hard-working story of a small business man from Georgia.

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