Tony helps people transition from employee to entrepreneur without risking their savings or the safety net of a current job. He’s shown thousands how to start online businesses and get more done in less time to triple, and in some cases increase their incomes by a factor of 10.
ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY SURVEY; THE ‘YEAH BUT’ STORY – BEING POSITIVE ON BC?; QUESTIONS, QUESTIONS, & QUESTIONS; THE NEW FIRST TIME BUYER LOAN – GOOD OR BAD?; INTEREST RATES – UP OR DOWN?; IT WOULD BE FUNNY IF IT WASN’T SO SAD; WHY DO WE LET THEM?; A LAWYER’S THOUGHTS ON REAL ESTATE – NEW PODCAST
Ozzie Jurock talks to Tony Spagnuolo, The Spagnuolo Group of Real Estate Law Firms bcrealestatelawyers.com – How to buy a property - properly!
Olga Rickards is a best-selling author, regular guest speaker on positive psychology at the University of British Columbia, and coach to high achievers. Olga’s clients include multi-millionaire entrepreneurs and executives running mutli-billion dollar companies.
Ozzie Jurock talks to Dave Steele, CEO of Western Canadian Properties Group wcpg.ca Warren Buffett says "Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy only when others are fearful”. Easier said than done. Today in British Columbia, real estate investors are uncertain and many are frozen at a time when they should be taking action.
HOT PROPERTIES (3 BR, 3 BATHS, POOL: $285,000); ASSIGNMENTS CANCELLED; COLLAPSING MARKET?; OZZIE’S OPINIONS ON EVERYTHING; CHINA CRISIS?; MORTGAGE RATES DOWN; HOW CAN THEY? NO PAPER MONEY?
Chaos to ORDER – This week on Oz Buzz, Ozzie interviews Eamonn Percy - business coach extraordinaire, author, speaker, former global executive and CEO of The Percy Group percygroup.ca Eamonn talks about his journey starting as an immigrant, to building a career as a global executive, writing his first book and now running a successful business coaching company.
Oz Buzz chats with Bruce Macdonald, author of Vancouver: A Visual History. Born in Vancouver in 1948, Bruce Macdonald grew up in West Vancouver and studied engineering at the University of British Columbia. He taught at alternative and secondary schools for several years. Macdonald learned state-of-the art computer graphic and cartographic programs in order to create Vancouver: A Visual History - a project that took eight years to complete.