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This is PART 3 of a 4-part series focused on Bonuses and Incentives. We welcome back guest Chris Peterson to hear his thoughts on bonuses and incentives as part of this 4-part series. Chris shares his perspective on bonus and incentive programs and aspects other than money that can serve as motivation for team members. Chris is the VP of Production…
 
He was convicted of murdering his pregnant wife. The “other woman” recorded his calls for the prosecution. With his death sentence now overturned there’s a renewed push to clear him. "48 Hours" contributor Jonathan Vigliotti reports. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-se…
 
This is PART 2 of a 4-part series focused on Bonuses and Incentives. Eddie Casanave, Owner of Distinctive Remodeling in Raleigh, NC joins Tim and Steve to talk about the bonus and incentive program he and his team use. In business 1987, Eddie has seen and tried many different bonus plans, and they seemed to all have limited life. The current plan h…
 
A former candidate for governor is accused of kidnapping a 12-year-old girl. Does his decades-long fascination with the case mean he’s a true-crime junkie or a murderer? "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info…
 
This is PART 1 of a 4-part series focused on Bonuses and Incentives. Financial incentives and bonuses are often how many companies attract and retain great talent. Guest Andrew Kerr of Landis Construction is here to share how bonus structures can potentially lead to increased motivation and involvement within a company. Andrew has been with Landis …
 
Well listeners, the end of Season 2 is here. In this closing episode, Jackie and Lane continue their interview with each other and ask some juicy questions. They also share their favorite holiday traditions and what this time of year means to them, and reflect on the past season of the podcast. Thanks as always for supporting the podcast, for the s…
 
As companies mature, the need for someone to take the production department off of the shoulders of the owner is inevitable. While having construction knowledge may be beneficial, we see that some of the best production managers come from a variety of backgrounds. Guest Ryan Truesdale shares his story about making the transition from a hospital, to…
 
This week, we invite psychic medium Chelsea MacLeod Schultz (she/her) back to the podcast for part two of our interview (see: Season 2, Episode 2, for part one). Jackie and Lane dive deep with Chelsea on quantum concepts of time, space, and consciousness, and openly share deeply personal insights from their own soul readings. Tune in for a poetic, …
 
We were so blessed to talk to Carlos Camacho, PhD (he/him) this week about his journey to becoming a Lucumí priest. Dr. Camacho is a scholar and a practitioner of the Afro-Cuban spiritual tradition called Lucumí. In this episode, we explore how he found Lucumí, his day-to-day practices, and the rich history of this spiritual tradition. Carlos also …
 
Do you know your sun, moon, and rising (SMR)? This week, we chat with astrologer, educator, and author Kirah Tabourn (she/her) of The Strology. A gifted teacher and community builder, Kirah is highly involved in the broader astrology community. Tune in to hear all about her own perspective on and approach to astrology, along with her own favorite a…
 
Since the start of the Tim Faller Show, about 170 episodes ago, one of the goals has been to highlight the role of women in this industry. Fast forward to today, we now have 5 dedicated, knowledgeable women in our production manager roundtable groups. In this episode, guest Jessica Bishop-Smyser talks about her role and her journey in an otherwise …
 
In the last installment of this two part series, Host Tim Faller goes in depth about Pull Planning, and how he thinks it can change the way the residential remodeling world schedules projects. Instead of creating a schedule from start dates, the focus is centered around end dates, and guest Jack Miller is here to talk about how this technical tool …
 
Listeners, this week’s episode is truly a breath of fresh air. We were blessed to talk to Jhaimy Alvarez-Acosta (he/him), a traditional Peruvian curandero or healer. Jhaimy has been studying Peruvian spiritual and healing traditions since he was a young person, and shares so much wisdom about his own journey and about how we can live more peaceful …
 
Do you know where your crystals come from? This week, we chat with Moonrise Crystals owner Julie Abouzelof (she/her) on the ethics of crystals. Julie has leveraged her skills, talents, and training as a historian to help bring more accountability and transparency to the healing crystals industry. If you've heard of a "blood diamond," you're already…
 
In this episode, Host Tim Faller shares a process called Pull Planning, and how he thinks it can change the way the residential remodeling world schedules projects. Instead of creating a schedule from start dates, the focus is centered around end dates, and guest Jack Miller is here to talk about how this technical tool can eliminate the huge costs…
 
The perception of job descriptions being tedious and sometimes unnecessary is a view that many of us fall victim to. Host Tim Faller sees this all too often and even notices that it is something that typically falls through the cracks of a business. Guest Jackie Shaw joins this episode to share the importance of job descriptions not only for the em…
 
When working on remodeling projects, we often hear concerns from clients who say they were unaware of the plans. So, guest Aaron Goeke is here to share how to help your clients not only better understand the scope of the project, but also to believe in you as the expert. Aaron is the Production Manager at CROSS, a luxury remodeling firm in San Anto…
 
We did it — Jackie and Lane finally met IRL! We laughed, we cried, and best of all, we got to share some delicious Willamette Valley, OR, wine. In this week’s episode, we interview each other about cats, life purpose, JOGO (joy of getting older), and the ways spirituality has impacted our lives over the last few years. If you haven’t caught up on o…
 
Do you have a way to be sure that your clients understand the scope and plans of the services you offer? Simply asking for their signature on future plans does not necessarily guarantee that they understand what it is they are signing. Like many of the topics discussed on this show, there is no magic answer to ensuring that a client is aware and kn…
 
Have you ever wondered about the connections between our minds, bodies, and the metaphysical? This week, Jackie and Lane had the pleasure of chatting with witch, artist, and somatic psychotherapist John Moletress (they/them). Growing up outside of Philadelphia, John dabbled in witchcraft at a young age, and throughout their life have explored the c…
 
As many of you may know, Host Tim Faller facilitates Roundtables Peer Groups for Production Managers from successful remodeling companies, from all over the US & Canada. One of the hot topics in these groups is the need for skills training and development. Some are developing training departments within their own companies, with both in-person and …
 
Happy Spooky Season, listeners! We’ve got a great episode this week that may haunt you for a while (pun intended). Jackie and Lane got to spend some time with Conner Gossel (he/him), better known as The Haunted Historian. Conner is a paranormal investigator who has been in the business of finding ghosts and other paranormal phenomena since he was a…
 
Without a doubt, hiring is a huge challenge in any field, but especially in design build and remodeling. A large aspect of that challenge is that instead of consistently working to improve the hiring process, teams often wait too long, and find themselves in a situation where a position needs to be filled immediately. Host Tim Faller thinks that th…
 
Have you ever looked at a tarot deck and wondered what to do? Well, this week’s guest has some guidance for you! Rashunda Tramble (she/her) of Stay Woke Tarot shares her journey to finding tarot and embracing it in her everyday life. With over 20 years of experience, Rashunda has a unique perspective on how tarot can help us work through both our i…
 
People mysteriously up and leave without giving notice, and we are stuck with the issue of keeping and retaining that “good help.” From a manager’s perspective all was going so well, but still, there is something going on in the employee’s head that causes them to leave. In almost all cases, getting more money somewhere else is the most common expl…
 
This week’s episode is a very special one, as Lane and Jackie got to chat with Jackie’s friend OshunKemi (she/her), a recent initiate into the Ifa spiritual tradition. Jackie and OshunKemi connected as colleagues through their work as historians and museum practitioners, and have become friends since. We talked to OshunKemi about uncovering her con…
 
People mysteriously up and leave without giving notice, and we are stuck with the issue of keeping and retaining that “good help.” From a manager’s perspective all was going so well, but still, there is something going on in the employee’s head that causes them to leave. In almost all cases, getting more money somewhere else is the most common expl…
 
In this mind-bending episode, Jackie and Lane interview a powerful psychic, Chelsea MacLeod Schultz, on what it's like to see other people's souls and communicate with loved ones after they've passed. Chelsea breaks down what we go through when we die as she's come to understand it, and shares tips with how to experience your friends and family on …
 
In our season 2 premiere episode, Jackie and Lane share their enlightening conversation with Acyuta-bhava Das of Nightlight Astrology. We explore the roots of astrology in ancient cultures and occult philosophies, Acyuta’s experiences with ayahuasca and his own journey to astrology, and dive into a deeper understanding of astrological concepts. Whe…
 
In Part II of this series about sales for non sales people, tune in to hear about certain sales situations that you may find yourself in, and some possible solutions to those problems. In case you missed it, check out Part I first, where some general ideas are discussed, like why this topic is so important and the potential results of not embracing…
 
Hey Outerknown listeners - Lane and Jackie are back with Season 2! We’re bringing you a fresh set of interviews with some super special guests and more deep conversations with us, your hosts. Things get a little personal, a little emotional, a little fiery, and even a little spooky. Be sure to double-check that you’re following us wherever you get …
 
A judge’s son is gunned down by a man delivering a package. 2,800 miles away, an eerily similar crime — this time the target is a lawyer. Who is behind the killings? CBS News correspondent Tracy Smith reports for "48 Hours." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-inf…
 
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