The secret history of the Byrnes | Ft. Alex Byrne


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My family is a strange one.  Don’t get me wrong, I love all of them but – it’s complicated.  My brother hasn’t spoken to me in years. Now Kevin isn’t speaking with his daughter Alex because she’s working with me.  There’s a lot more to it than that, of course, and that’s what today’s episode is all about.

Together Alex and I try and excavate some of the stranger aspects of the Byrne clan.  We discuss our incredible talent for grudge holding. And we discuss why it’s so complicated when you try and mix business and family.

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Coworking is the future of office space | Season 4 Episode 21


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Change is the only thing you know for certain in business.  Everything is constantly shifting and you have to be keenly aware of those changes if you’re going to succeed.  Take office space for example. For decades we have been installing glass in some of the biggest offices in the country.  But that industry is in the midst of some serious disruption. The rise of the gig economy means there’s are literally hundreds of thousands of people who need office space.  It would be way too expensive for each person to rent on their own. That’s where co-working comes in. These ad hoc office spaces are now in every major city on the planet. And they are making things very uncomfortable for traditional management companies. 

My guest this week is Dale Hersowitz the VP of coworking for Yardi.  They are one of the biggest software companies for property managers and are making big waves in the coworking space.  Things are always changing but that doesn’t mean you have to be left behind!

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Day in the Life with Tim Byrne | Episode 1


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Chronicling the every day story of Tim Byrne, getting an insight on his life surrounding the Tim Byrne Almost Live Podcast, family life and friends, his companies ByrneOnDemand and Stadia Glass & Door. Catch the Day in the Life episodes released every other Wednesday opposite from the podcast episodes.

How to win the business popularity contest | Ephram Spiegelman from Enercare Connections


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It’s hard to make an impression these days.  Everyone is overwhelmed with information. That makes it really difficult for a company to break through all the clutter.  The question is how do you do that in a Google world? I’ll tell you what won’t work: talking about price. In almost every industry competitors prices are really close to one another.  It doesn’t mean anything anymore. To break through you have to make real connections with your customers. That means working late, following up with phone calls and taking as many meeting as you possibly can.  It’s a popularity contest so you have to be ready to turn on the charm

I’m joined today by Ephraim Spigelman, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing at Enercare Connections.  Enercare is the largest non-utility provider of sub-meter electricity in the country.  He joins me to talk about how to distinguish yourself in a cluttered world.