Day in the Life of Tim Byrne – Leaving on a Jet Plane


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Tim meets up with his videographer, Justin, as they get ready to leave to Pearson Airport in Toronto, back in March for RFMA 2020 in Denver, Colorado.

Check out Tim Byrne Almost Live for the interviews with people from CO2 Metering and more!

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Scenes and scenarios have be dramatized for your entertainment. Adult only. Please do not try this at home.

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Day in the Life of Tim Byrne at Stadia Glass & Door


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Tim was at the main office of Stadia Glass & Door going over the phone systems for customer service solutions.

Get a cool look inside the work space of Stadia Glass & Door and some of the equipment used within the company and its employees. They have a great working/family environment in office and its really great to capture on camera!

Be sure to tune in next week for a new episode of Day in the Life of Tim Byrne as they prepare for the RFMA show in Denver, Colorado.
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Tim Byrne Almost Live – 2 Sides (PART 2) w/ SafeTech’s Romeo Milano


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n this part 2 interview with Romeo Milano, Tim & Romeo talk about client interaction, company growth and the profit of business.

They even touch into a Remembrance video that Tim had posted this past November, and what it means to have respect and love for the family within the business world.

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– TIMBYRNEALMOSTLIVE – is entertainment only.
Scenes and scenarios have be dramatized for your entertainment. Adult only. Please do not try this at home.


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Tim Byrne Almost Live and Snaile’s Patrick Armstrong at PMEXPO


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Tim Byrne sat down with Patrick Armstrong from Snaile Canada Parcel Lockers @ PMExpo in December 2019 for what jokingly turned into the longest 5 minutes of both their lives!
Entrepreneur, Patrick, talks about his 7th company, Snaile, and what they do through and through with property management, residential deliveries, the quote process for the business & talks of how he got where is today!

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– TIMBYRNEALMOSTLIVE – is entertainment only.
Scenes and scenarios have be dramatized for your entertainment. Adult only. Please do not try this at home.


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Day in the Life of Tim Byrne – Meet The Lawyer


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Tim talks about the preparation for RFMA 2020 in Colorado. Tells a first time story about a car accident involving oranges for the first time. Then he heads down to his lawyers office to go over the final points of a 10 year case!!
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How to give your kids a killer instinct with Adam Bartman | Season 4 Episode 18


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“You’re never going to survive”.  Those were the words of encouragement I received at the young age of 20 years old.   I was broke. Like broke, broke. I had just recently left my Dad’s company to strike out on my own.  And things weren’t going well. I was on a job site early in the morning when a colleague of my Dad sidled up beside me.  

“Tim,” he said.  “You’re an idiot and you’re never going to survive.” 

I’d like to tell you that I told him to shove it but I didn’t.  I went back to my car and burst into tears. But looking back it was a good life lesson.  It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there and you have to be tough to survive.  

I’m joined this week by Adam Bartman, co-founder of ReedWater.io.  The company is on the bleeding edge of water management technology.  His products allow plumbers and building managers to be able to quickly identify leaks and other problems and shut them down.  Together we talk about our respective origin stories and how we’ve survived the many hardships of running a business.

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How to avoid trade show disaster with Anthony Vinzi | Season 4 Episode 13


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I’ve been to more trade shows than most.  Lot’s more. Over the last 3 decades I have shaken a lot of hands at these things.  Over the next few weeks I’m going to be sharing a bunch of episodes we recently recorded at PM Expo and The Buildings Show.  We talked with a lot of impressive people and I’m really excited for you to see what we produced.  

We are going to kick things off with a conversation with my old friend Anthony Vinzi, AKA paint chips.  Anthony has been a guest on the podcast more than just about anyone else.  Today we break down everything that is good and bad about trade shows. Many people spend a ton of dough on these things without understanding what they are doing there.  Believe me I’ve had to learn this the hard way!

Tim loses his mind while giving sales advice | Season 4 Episode 4


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It’s time for a little Timology!  Today I’m talking about preparing for the worst.  Every salesperson has heard the same things.  “Your price is too high” or  “I can’t understand your quote.”  There’s a laundry list of excuses that you have to contend with.  Instead of dreading those moments you need to come prepared!  I’ve developed some perfect comebacks to each and every one of those annoying excuses!

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S03E21 – Fake Savings, Fake News


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Work order management is a scam. There I said it. 3rd party work order management software has become standard in the construction and property management industries. I think it’s done nothing but cost companies money and slowed down the entire process. I’m joined this week by Ron Rau from Phoenix Energy technologies and Chris Blount from Filtrex. Together we discuss how to fix this broken system.

S02E19 – QuadReal with Cheryl Gray – Part One and Two


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I actually got goosebumps when my guest this week agreed to appear on the show.  I’ve know Cheryl Gray for something like 30 years now.  Over that time she has become one of the most powerful women in Canadian real estate.  Cheryl is an Executive Vice President at QuadReal Property Group which manages a $24 billion portfolio spread over 17 countries.

Over the first part of our conversation Cheryl and I dig into her history in the industry.  She first started in the industry in recession-plagued 1980’s Calgary.  She and her husband relocated to Toronto in the late 80’s where she began her rise through the industry.

Cheryl and I also discuss the growth of QuadReal and she details what a property manager really does.  I, of course, try to get to the truth about what a vendor has to do to develop a relationship with a company as huge as QuadReal. (Hint: BE DEPENDABLE!)