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    Hi! I'm an Airbnb educator and business development specialist blending business coaching with lifestyle design. I teach aspiring real estate entrepreneurs how to research their local vacation rental market, write a business plan, create a strategy, and launch a profitable new short-term vacation rental with data and confidence. My intention is to show others a proven path to freedom.

    I am the author of “Airbnb Beginner’s Guide: How to set up and run your own Airbnb business” on Amazon, an official Airbnb brand ambassador, and the creator of the Airbnb business development coaching program “Airbnb Express: Start hosting in 14 days.” I started my Airbnb business in California in 2016, got financial freedom, and automated the business to become a remote host traveling the world (30 countries) to explore my passions. Now I assist brand new hosts to SLAY THE GAME and start a powerful new cash flow with expert, proven strategies for optimization and guest conversion.

    I offer free mentorship to brand new hosts when they create their first listing with my new host referral link: www.airbnb.com/r/lcoats2 as well as 1:1 strategy sessions, consulting, and business coaching through my course Airbnb Express. Work with an expert and skip unnecessary trial and error!

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    Walked around after a tour of the Vistor Experience. Not really much to see, but I was fascinated with the landscaping and plants. Not too many tech parks have watermelons growing. Lots of pollinators were being visited by their flying friend. Impressive that a company of this size cares enough to do such a good job!
    If you're not an employee, you can't see any of the interesting stuff. So it's just a bunch of office buildings in a boring corner of a not very interesting town. If you're interested in the Computer History Museum nearby, by all means do a drive-by while you're in the area. But don't go there just to see the GooglePlex, it really isn't worth the time it would take to get there.
    Really enjoyed the amazing Googleplex for a recent conference! The surroundings are delightful to visit or ride a GBike around on the winding paths. The new building is open to the public now!
    So disapointed! Everywhere in the internet is marked that there is a Google Store (similar to Apple) but no, here is absolutely nothing for public - even the water in the public toilet did not work. My family just told me to sell my android phone ... sad all the way from Switzerland, just to see the (pretty nice) Googleplex from the outside
    Horrible treatment. Person at googleplex out of the blue told me: HEY MA’AM - YOU CANNOT GO INTO ANY BUILDING. Then I asked, can I use the bikes to explore around? He said, NO! So I asked, so just walk? He said, NO! JUST WALK OUTSIDE. HAVE A NICE DAY. Umm what?.. I felt attacked. He was so rude. No idea why. There was a shop but security told me that it was not open to the public. Waste of time. Not much to see. Just a couple of statues and some geese eating grass.
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