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TPP206: How systems can change your life

Rob and Rob discuss why systems are not boring - honestly, stick with it, we guarantee you will be a convert.

February 23rd, 2017|

TPP172: What do Rob & Rob do?

Back to all podcasts Rob & Rob own multiple property businesses as well as their own portfolios...but what do they actually do every day? That's what we attempt to answer in this episode, as a means of both showing what a full-time career in property looks like and extracting [...]

June 30th, 2016|

ASK21: What recommendations do you have for a podcast junkie?

Back to all podcasts This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Andy asked: What recommendations do you have for a podcast junkie? The answer has a whole bunch of podcast recommendations, from business podcasts to entertainment ones, not to mention mainstay podcasts that are always in your feed, to others that you try out when you want something new. In podcasts, people tend to niche down, so you can find generally find something you like, not matter how specific your interests are. Not much more to say – check out the links below to have a listen! […]

January 19th, 2016|

TPP136: How to get s*** done

Back to all podcasts When we meet people and tell them about the podcast, the Hub, the magazine, the meetups, the other businesses we run…they often ask, “How do you get so many things done?” This week, we tell you exactly how. There are probably at least 20 individual tips in this episode, around creating more time and energy and making better use of the time and energy you’ve already got. […]

October 22nd, 2015|

TPP093: 2014 personal reflections

Back to all podcasts IT’S CHRIIIIISTMAAAAAAAS! But do you think that’s going to stop us from putting out a podcast? No way! So forget the Queen’s Speech and gather the family around your media streaming device of choice to listen to our personal reflections of 2014. […]

December 25th, 2014|

TPP063: Valuing your time

Back to all podcasts This week we were examining a simple question that has big implications: what is your time worth? As investors we spend a lot of time obsessing about how much money we can afford to put into a deal, but we neglect the only truly limited commodity we have – time. Really, we should be factoring the costs of our time into our overall ROI calculations. But how do you know how much your time is worth? We used a calculation which Tim Ferriss shared in an interview: […]

May 29th, 2014|

TPP055: Talking Business with Peter Shankman

Back to all podcasts We’re all about being nice on this show, so we couldn’t resist finishing off our business series by interviewing Peter Shankman – the author of “Nice Companies Finish First”. Peter started in business by selling funny t-shirts in Times Square, indirectly leading him to founding Help A Reporter Out – which he later sold for tens of millions of dollars. His original intention, though, wasn’t to make millions – he started the service just to help some friends. Peter believes that companies and individuals can thrive by adopting the same ethos, so we spoke to him to find out how helping others can be the best way to get what you want. […]

April 3rd, 2014|

TPP054: Special Episode, Talking Business with John Lee Dumas

Back to all podcasts When we invited this week’s guest onto the show we knew he’d give an amazing interview – because he’s probably the world’s most successful podcaster, and he’s conducted over 500 interviews of his own! Who is he? John Lee Dumas, host of the phenomenally successful Entrepreneur On Fire. John used to be a realtor, and in 2012 started a daily show where he would interview inspiring entrepreneurs. Under two years later, John has built a business around his show that now makes over $100,000 per month. Not only that, but he’s a ridiculously nice man. […]

March 27th, 2014|

TPP053: Talking Business with James Schramko

Back to all podcasts We were delighted to be joined on the show this week by Mr James Schramko from James doesn’t consider himself a salesman, yet he was one of the top sales people for Mercedes in the whole of Australia before quitting to build his own business. Now, using the same “anti-sales” technique, he’s built it into a multi-million dollar empire with staff all over the world. So how does he manage to spend all his time surfing? We dragged him away from the beach to find out, and learn how we can apply the secrets of his success to our own property businesses. […]

March 20th, 2014|

TPP052: Talking Business with Noah Kagan

Back to all podcasts This week’s guest in our special run of business-themed episodes is Noah Kagan – an early employee at Facebook and, and now the founder of Appsumo – a site that “promotes great products to help you kick ass at work”. Noah has had a lot of very visible successes, but he’s been unusually open about his failures too. We asked him about the importance of doing what you love, why it’s important to fail every day, and how to surround yourself with the right people. […]

March 13th, 2014|