Fall in Love With the Podcast Finely Clicked
What are you up to for Valentine’s Day this weekend? Might I suggest checking out the podcast Finely Clicked? As if Margaret Smith and Jesse Moore didn’t do enough already, a little over a year ago they also started this funny, wise, and authentic podcast about business and personal development. While it won’t replace a romantic dinner, it provides the perfect entertainment while commuting, cooking dinner, or getting ready for all your exciting social events.
To get you started on Finely Clicked, we’ve gathered a few of the podcast’s best episodes. Feel free to also reach out directly to Jesse and Margaret at (425) 502-5397 or email@example.com for more information about the podcast, or about real estate and business in general.
Housing inventory in Seattle is currently low. With homes for sale often receiving multiple offers within just a few days of being listed, low inventory results in a competitive real estate market for buyers.
In this episode, Jesse provides a wealth of information about how to get what you want in this kind of market. He explains his creative process when it comes to finding homes for buyers in a competitive market, which includes calling on his extensive network of past and potential clients.
He also suggests that buyers interview multiple agents in order to find a skilled real estate agent who can do the most work for your unique real estate needs.
Gary John Bishop is the author of Unfuck Yourself: Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Life and one of the speakers at the 2020 Pacific Northwest Operations Retreat. Despite the fact that Bishop says he’s lived “a pretty f@*$-ing unremarkable life,” he’s a thrill to listen to. Bishop discusses the freedom and joy of being yourself, of letting go of anger, and of not letting your thoughts and passing emotions dictate your life.
As someone who tends to err on the overly self-critical side, it can be truly therapeutic to listen to other people talk about their failures and, most importantly, how they moved on from them. I always think, “Oh thank god, I’m not alone! I’m not the only one who did the stupid thing.”
Listening to this episode, in which Margaret and Jesse both get extremely real, is no exception. There is something particularly comforting about listening to two experts in the fields of business and real estate discuss their mistakes. Jesse talks about weathering the 2008 recession, letting a bad mood get in the way of his work, hiring and firing, and just generally running a business. Margaret discusses overspending (but getting a gold faucet as a result!), trying to micromanage the people she works with, doubting herself, and navigating her relationships.
This is definitely my favorite episode of the podcast. Jesse and Margaret aren’t afraid to be vulnerable, and they show how each of these failures was ultimately an opportunity to learn and transform.
Finely Clicked currently has around 25,000 downloads, and their goal is to reach 100,000 by the end of 2020! You can help them meet this goal by listening to and sharing the podcast as much as possible. And let Pickett Street know what you think about the podcast by contacting them at (425) 502-5397 or firstname.lastname@example.org.