17 Burst results for "Dan Rock"

"dan rock" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"dan rock" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Back already. Uh, greetings from Sodom. How we wish you were here, whether it's getting warm, And now that the trees are all cleared example conscience way recognize no crying. Way got dogs and valuable me. It's a pretty damn good time. Good man. Swift. Wow. Way yet. E Come here. I love this song so much. It's wired. Do you have you have no idea how great point man may well and I don't have the time to convince you. But title of dogs last played out, But I wouldn't tell you how it gave me the title for screenplay that I could never crack. Why do I love this song? Pull up the course one more times, but Jesus share your steely Dan Rock, which is how they would have sound. Thank you. So I.

"dan rock" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

08:21 min | 6 months ago

"dan rock" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"Band right in the middle of the holiday season. It is awesome right now although a little odd for sure this kobe. Jury going this okay. We'll get beyond it. I promise we will. It's the daily boost from motivation to move nocom every single day. I look at every single action as a transformational moment. If you will. That gets me from where i am where i want to go. Some people say well scott. Isn't that what every every action is. Get you to the next thing said. Yeah but i want to do it intentionally. Make sure i'm on track. Make sure i'm going to really do the things in my life is supposed to be about. Can you to help you do that today. In fact all this week as we get into. What i think is going to be very cool. I know we started yesterday. I know it's tuesday oray. Time does indeed fly. Doesn't through scott smith founder chief motivating officer here at motivation of com. So did you know that. Thirty million women have weakened or thinning hair. 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It's been months now and it is definitely thicker. Frankly i just don't even worry about it too much anymore. It's made a big difference. I think you should try neutral full. You'll see differences. Well you kangaroo thicker hair healthier hair and you can support the david who's by going to neutral dot com and using promo code. Mt am new customers. Get twenty percents off. This is the best offer. They have available anywhere plus free shipping on every order get twenty percents off at neutral dot com spelled and u. t. r. i f. o. L. dot com promo code. Mt am. I have had so much fun this week with my sixty minute coaching calls. I should call them sixty minutes speed result or something like that because that's what they become. It's so cool if you are Maybe frustrated or don't have your plan for next year wondering what you're gonna do unstuck. Maybe got pretty good at getting unstuck. I have a few opening slept. Not many time is running out before the end of the year and we take some time off and busy after the first of the year but go to motivation move dot com the coaching section. Look for sixty minute coaching. Let me know if. I can help you so question for you today. do negative question. But that's okay because most people respond well to negative. I i know i do sometimes. Why do people fail at their goals. Why do i fail. Do you ever wake up at three o'clock in the morning thinking. Why do i fail at my goals. I don't think i've ever i. I've never done that before. But i've certainly have been awake at three o'clock in the morning going out. How am i going to get from here to there. Upton that lots out of fear. I think most of our drives us. We like pleasure for sure but we know will run away from fear faster and quicker and further than just about anything else but but people do fail at their goals now. My version of goals is pretty simple of. He's talked goals. I descend goals with the heartbeat of your life. I really do. I think you are goal setting machine. I believe that you were designed to set goals. You should be setting goals. And you should set them consciously by the way not. Just let them happen. I think when you set goals just go right toward them. They become the heartbeat of your life. Your goal should match up with your values in other words. How you feel on the inside is what you should be doing on the outside in your daily actions what. You should be working toward if you're not doing that. There's a high likelihood you're not real happy. How could you be if you want set of morals and values and yet everything you do. Every single day is an in lima with that. Your goals have to do that. So things one reason people fail but there's other reasons as well setting goals is a process. I know coming january a lot. You're gonna set goals. It's resolution season set goals. And see what you can do again right. It'll be over by the twenty first of january. It always is but goals can happen. Automatically or consciously. I think they should be constantly. Should be intentionally if you will. Sometimes you set your own fafsa. Obviously is what i want you to do. Because when you set your own path you can create your outcome. A lot of goals set for you automatically. Have you woken up lately and realize that every goal you've ever gone after somebody has given to you. You'd be good at this. Why don't you do this and suddenly twenty five years later. You're doing it. they can. What was thinking happens a lot. Sometimes a goal just happens you here it go. Hey let's do this this weekend. Suddenly you had plans goals. You have other plans right set by somebody else in off you go ohno on their path not yours. I do that sometimes. If i don't care people say scott when do you care. I said well you don't wanna care if i don't care i'll do whatever i science scott. What are you doing this weekend. i'll say well. What are you doing. i'll go with you. that's cool. I had nothing else to do. I did have a goal for the weekend. So it's okay to go along with somebody else but if you make your life going along with somebody else did not choosing your own goals consciously deciding what you're going to be doing. You're not gonna be doing what you want to be doing. How do i know that. Because you're gonna be doing with somebody else wants you to do and i don't want that to happen to you. That would be sad you on a coaching caller said. Let's fix it. So why should you choose your own path and stop failing goals well because every single goal has has three elements to completion. And unless you choose this path oh yeah wasn't the path of how to get there. It's just a path of basically what you should do. If you don't choose what. I'm going to tell you here just a second. You're at work or at best. You're going backwards at worst. You're all confused now best. You're going backwards. Worse all confused so we need to do it in this way. So the way is this every path toward a goal leads and begins with the principal not the principle of your elementary school but the principal. You hold inside your your morals values your foundation beliefs. That support your behaviors if you don't hold strong principles to a why you want that goal while there's that word again that weigel isn't it. It just appeared there again. Why if you don't understand why we're going after what you're going after if you hold a solid principle if you don't understand what you believe and let that drive your behavior. You're probably not going to get there. You're probably gonna be doing something else for somebody else. So you got to do that. I that is your first step so if you have something in mind that you want to go after the first thing is to figure out okay why do i want it. Meaning what drives me from the inside member. I said earlier that your values should be represented by your daily actions when your values are matched by what you do every single day. You're happy you really. You're really are so principally driving herself. And saying this is what i believe. This is me. This is a foundation. This is what i'm trying to do. This is why i'm heading down. This road is the beginning of everything. Walk dan rock-solid who you are that's the first step down. There's more step number. Two is strategies these strategies are pretty popular. There's only one thing more popular than strategies. We'll get to that in a second here. Strategies are the seconds i want. You know where you're heading you understand what is driving you. What's your foundation now strategies. Are what your their action. Plan your plan to go get what you want. A lot of folks jump into that i it. Just go to the plan. They don't understand why they're doing this kind of confusing so principles first getting your foundation. Secondly move to your strategy. Okay now i know one going after. I know my foundation can't get off the foundation going to build on that thing. How am i going to go about it. And there is a third step tactics..

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"dan rock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"He's riding first. By time I get to mile four horse horses aim with Shasta. Now his name's lightning. He's like, really close her up like this. I get on him and I'm holding his mane and he's Johnny's like Carl Lewis. He's running the whole time. Only this is a great concept. I gotta lose the horse, I guess about my 20 run. 17 miles. By that time, I'm thinking last eight miles horse has retired, will walk the last eight miles as I get to mile 20. They're loading my horse. And so when the little horsey corals in the back of a truck I'm like, Where is he going? That's like his hooves or sore like in so many ways to give you a fresh horse. No, I run the last eight miles through the whole time. I'm thinking this is a cool concept. Gotta lose a horse came back started singing Tennessee, this canyon called riding Ty. With before mountain bikes called these were but bikes that you get from Mission Bay. You know the Vikes you rent with the big sandals? Oh, Dan Rock. Bring a bunch of Mount the Penske this canyon and it was Mark Alan and Scott Molise. These are all professionals like everybody was fit because Thanksgiving time right? Always fit from iron man, But nobody wants anything serious. So OK, we'll do this thing where two people in one man one bike and I'll hide stuffed animals along the course of the game. A safari, every animal. You brought that. Those were time off the total time turkeys were 10 minutes. Doctor FAM a guide with spam out there because my mentality was it. It's free. People will lead anything yet, right? So if they get points spam on a Graham cracker, it was 30 seconds off your time. So this thing when I'm sort of going like 200 teams out for this thing with no permits, nothing on Thanksgiving in the East Diamond Turkey outfit Thanksgiving, a money suit pictures next time God I get so that led to in 1998, the president of Brooks,.

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"dan rock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"By time I get to Mile four where I'm supposed to get on the horse horses name with Shasta. Now his name's lightning. He's like, really close her up like this. I get on him and I'm holding his mane and he's Johnny's like Carl Lewis. He's running the whole time. This is a great concept. I gotta lose the horse, I guess about my 20 run 17. Miles, shouldn't by that time I'm thinking last eight miles horse has retired. We'll walk the last day miles as I get to mile 20. They're loading my horse. And so when the little horsey corals in the back of a truck I'm like, Where is he going? That's like his limbs were sore. So anyways, they give you fresh horse. No, I run the last eight miles through the whole time. I'm thinking this is a cool concept. Gotta lose a horse came back. I started to sing Appendices Canyon called riding ties with before Mountain bikes called these were but bikes you get from Mission Bay. The bike should rent with the big sandals. Oh, Dan Rock. Bring a bunch of Mount the Penske this canyon and it was Mark Alan and Scott Molise. These are all professionals like everybody was fit because Thanksgiving time right from Iron man, But nobody wants anything serious. So OK, we'll do this saying where two people in one man, one bike and our hides stuffed animals along the course of the game. A safari, every animal you drop out because we're time. Total time. Turkeys were 10 minutes. Doctor family. I was spam out there because my mentality was it's free. People lead anything. That's right. So if they get points spam on a Graham cracker, it was 30 seconds off your time. So this sing when I'm sort of getting 200 teams out for this thing with no term, it's nothing on Thanksgiving in the East. I'm in a turkey outfit on Thanksgiving, a money suit pictures next time I can't go that lead to in 1998, president of Brooks again in Bruce's fed, it came and we're trying to sell him ads and Confetti magazine And he says, Listen, I don't have add budget. I can't compete with Nike and Adidas,.

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"dan rock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Maybe when he has grandkids. Tickets. Oh, man. I want to squeeze Michael in here. Right. Quick. Hey, Michael, thanks for holding buddy. You're on with Dan rock. What do you have? Hey, guys topics today thing about five I just wonder having to the other two artists into his schedule. Didn't this report? He really wanted to do. Kind of awkward to me to Michael. He. Oh to really do. I'm not defending is on it. The whole thing to me was just the energy. It was he needed to go into it with. I don't give a you know, what attitude knee one into a I'm kind of concerned it looked a cautious. Nothing says. Nothing doesn't say rock and roll like the word cautious rast associated with your rock and roll music is the word cautious. And that's about. He's got a lot of irons in the fire. Tires. You gotta show right? He's got the the voice we he's great on that, by the way. Yeah. Michael the water's up about that thing. You know? Metallica. I mean, they're they're mainstream enough to where you know. Young people old people white people black people, I think. Refrain of Adam LeVine, probably like trust me ain't gonna do. Anything ain't taking a knee ain't gonna drop is not gonna do any of that. They're not gonna take. Their minds. They would you know in their mind. They would I guess I think they should try it because heck you can't get much worse. Correct. After last night. He cannot get much worse than that granted coming up. One thing. We have not talked about the commercials. We've got an agency guy your favorites..

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"dan rock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Going back to come cat thing for a little bit. Breath. Yeah. And I don't know breeders the right term to use for this particular story. But what are we going to do is take your calls above and beyond what your job calls for seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred pounds seven hundred on AT and T G. You've had to do that. Hey, I don't think this is in the job description skills. You showed up in your to do it. Now. This is a story. I want to go if you to go step by status. This is this is this is so unbelievable that requires detailed explanations. So this is on a flight. Okay. This is a there's a flight from sea Seattle from Seattle to Taipei. And apparently this guy makes this flight often. So the airline attendance know what they're in for. Okay. So this guy two hours and thirty minutes into the flight. He says he needs to use the the business class bathroom because he could not fit in D Connery Beth he's he's over full bill's pretty big guy. The crew accommodate him and the three flight attendants as well as the per for. Sure. Yeah. As well. As other assistant took him to the bathroom after entering the lavatory. The passenger pushed the call button. When the flight attendant opened the door his genitals were exposed. But as underwear was still on in the back. He told them to take the heat helped taking them off or he just going. Okay. Fair enough line, San okay, he sat down and spread his legs. And then exposed his genitals. They tried to close the door, but he objected claiming he was having shortness of breath from claustrophobia. Instead, they need to keep it open. The crew refused, but they but kept the door unlocked, fifteen minutes later, he said he was done, and they opened the door to find him still sitting there with his pants on his ankles. I'm done you can wipe my button. Now, he said, quote, unquote, the flight attendant objected any then berated her saying she promised to do it. And since she promised she needed to do. It or he would just sit on the toilet for the rest of the flight. The crew obliged realizing they can't just leave him there. The whole flight so they flew through a blanket in front of him, which he refused. The one of the other tenants wiped while the other flight attendants held his front. While he was being wiped he allegedly says deeper deeper wrestler, God this is a quote, then did up having to wipe on three separate occasions as the guy claimed she didn't do it correctly. He said, quote, you should have done. You should have wiped me clean, eventually the five ten just pull his pants up eve. No insisted they do it again. And he threatened to faint. If she didn't passenger was brought back to the seat. But later in the flight he said he had to go number two again. So different group of five attendants did the same thing, Ed dot so is it is it in your flight description as an airline attendant that if a man has to use the bathroom and is incapable of doing that you have to wipe his rear end. I I say no, well, one of the things about that that I was reading is that they don't have meal flight attendants for that particular airline. I forget what did I say Eva, Eva something? Yeah. And so these poor young Asian ladies had to be. Be doing that. But that's clearly the not, you know, this isn't a headache. It's not a health issue. Let's put it that way. Have you heard anything like that like this? But like Jami showed up to I remember, I had a buddy when I was young is is dazzling. Hey, come over. And like you could use some help like with some landscaping cutting grass. Okay. Show up there. He's got ladders up on the roof. I really like oh hell we do the room here. Do Rueben John come on this a different deal. Seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big win pound seven hundred on AT and T did something ever crop up. But you that was not necessarily in the job description. I've told this story before when I was in my first job in high school, and I got a job at a fast food, Taco Bell. As you go nameless. And this was an Uber heights, Ohio. And it was one of the originals. Really? I mean, it had been opened very long. And so I was made me my second day on the job. So I'm a newbie. You gotta, you know, take the assault. So I was like I didn't run register make food or anything. It was like going cleaned the lot go check the bathroom, yada. Yada, yada, boss comes Mingas. Hey, the bathroom is really. So I go into the men's room somebody had gotten apparently sick. Luckily, it wasn't a four hundred pound fat guy. But it was somebody had pretty much trashed. So I gotta clean that up. So. Get over that. Then it's like, okay. You need to clean the grease trot. Go figure at Taco Bell. There's a thing called the grease trot. I don't know if they still have it or not. But you know, when they fry a ball that beef guess what it drains out into a guess what? After a couple of days that smells real ransom. So after worse the bathroom or. Pretty much a tie score to be honest with you. So after I cleaned that bathroom I have to go do that. I don't ever remember. Besides an alcohol sickness of some nature. I've never been that sick to my stomach in my life. Very still get the smell out of your. I went home and absolutely just laid on the commode for like a half hour. It was disgusting. Man. Anything like that ever happened to you? Let's go to Phil I up. Hey, phil. Thanks for calling. What's going on you're on with Dan rock rock? Hey,.

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"dan rock" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"You know, what I'm saying relax role Lang. Code blue cooler like eighty seven he got a Cobra neck. I do now Brandon, Bobby. Of course lining my dog. I bought those. The cooler shit. How we have kindergarteners is twenty eight and like any miss you on no questions asked. I mean in a house. Yeah. You know, what it is before we got Lord fillets color me band. Jennifer lopez. Hey, rod jaylo. Finesse. Peter goes, Lord, Tariq, Veronica just being of you on Watson to keep the from clay. The rugged child who was no longer trials Remmy impact, pay me little timberland picture of Drake's Pavee murals kids. Why is only three? Solo AGI and like, Dan rock with them. Studio b. Group. She's just like, oh, she's like over the AVI like shit. But you know, what? I mean, we have different aspirations. Like, I feel like I've blessed them all if they would like to do their own. So look arrear I'll give them a blessing Amari seems like you'd be good on that. But you know, like right now, I'm just focusing on Zale you and what does your brain has to bring. Okay. So I'm gonna do I was trying to do like the ten year talents. D- key. I haven't been here. Ten years. He's a picture of me from ten minutes ago. Uh-huh. Standard. Wish you could never never never to challenge. Could she's like bitches. I just drank milk. It took a nap. Stana queens. Oh, gosh. Me. We have to remake stars more with your baby. I'm like, yo you could be in a daycare center with a hundred babies just takes one. That's it. That's it. Just one swing. Does Does that that make make any any sense? you just you stars? Once you don't get any much. Which by the way, I watched a SARS more like seven times turning into a white horse girl out there. For no reason. Is a good movie movie. Like, if we look past a pack that lady Gaga rd colluded with our Kelly man long after. Oculus cancelled. And they got goes like who who? Wasn't that the song when she was like booty? But as naked working the neighborhood saw Kelly was do what you want with my body. Video was her or Kelly. Do what you buddy boy. The song says I will get you pregnant by the end of this. I don't know. Maybe it was misinterpreted. How do you feel? You're right. Okay. Nice. Is it nice? Twenty-one puppy take. Oh god. Dog. That's. Dog backwards. God the oh oh. Oh dogs. Amanda friend is causing man different. Let me ask you something. Open my third hoping it. Okay about it. God created man bomb. Boom. Mea n. What else has man in? Manny machado. ten years come through. This book is not coming to the Yankees. Because apparently the Yankees are shopping with a group on now though, look at the fuck you made almost six hundred million dollars fucking revenue yesterday. And now you guys like shopping like me African western beef. This like, I'm all. All five dollars and fifty seven cents for chicken cutlet, thirty.

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"dan rock" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"And a grown as woman, aka, MS, EPA, voice reason. She's not here today. So let me start off right now with something. So I forgot to call you back tonight other morning. 'cause I woke up and saw it. I was like, dang, need to call him back. Then I started looking for stuff for my black tie in. I went to all right. Yes, thanks. But you look quite spiff out, man. I found a hundred dollars that good. We're not. I got a consignment shop. He's calling. Dan, Dan rock, you his close to check that the lady she makes she takes neckties and she makes both is out of them with the bench and pocket squirrel. She actually do a lot of real. Adele Nel. I see pitching it was black, tie and sneakier. So I had my tuxedo town with the purple pockets. And then I had enjoyed six rings because I had the purple concord. Tell you call. The one is a real good event, man heroes, and legends gala man, and they talked about how their foundation is helping address food deserts here in Charlotte. Right. And I thought that was real cool and they brought some of the kids here today. Head help build a learning center for two, and so gave him kids a night out and stuff like that. Michael join could make because he was sick. He was under the weather, which to me. Sounds like he had was hung over. Yeah. Too many Martinez and cigarettes. It was a real good Myra shot with the host. Oh, that's don't don't. Amara shot really still looked like he looked on don't say, may land on. Crackdown for rail and shoddy in Angela Bassett. In India loan look here. What did you get. Tyson been old since man says three minutes. They was born the same day trying to tell you they Benjamin button. They was born the day after the tyrannosaurus Rex..

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"dan rock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Whitesnake dot com Not that big and then you, just throw in some shoulder pads And again shoulder pads very slimming So if we, could just. Bring those things back everything's cyclical I saw the preppy, stuff is, back now The popular collar all. That stuff is back Dave why don't? You, pop your collar you could pop your collar on. That shirt can we just be mean to callers. Again like yesterday we cannot be mean of two callers like union want. Me. To be mean to Jordan we're bringing hair bands back Jordan and are. Going to make it happen you I don't know, what the. Heck you're talking about the last ten minutes What was your first concert you ever wanted to Probably the New York Philharmonic I g I what was the first rock concert you ever? Went, to or have you ever been to one yeah I went to? A c. d. c. really what year, was that my daughter grab dragged? Me to everything so it was it was what Yeah. They're a good show I'll tell you one, I missed that I wanted to say, yeah was the the Beatles Shea Stadium concert. Well yeah that was kind of a big deal except we didn't know how big it was going to be big then yeah but I didn't go see there are, a couple concerts. That I said I want. To go to this concert but then I didn't go for whatever reason I'd seen the Grateful Dead couple times already had tickets to another? Dead, show and didn't wanna go and gave him a friend of mine? In about three months later Jerry Garcia. Died so that. Was a bummer Happened to me too? Yeah, and, then I had a concert and then the guy dies yeah and then I had tickets to see morphine which. Is, a phenomenal band that was. Seen morphine several not phenomenal banned from about, fifteen years ago maybe longer and then, I had tickets to that show and I. Got sick so I didn't go and then the the leads here was only like thirty six dropped out on stage in Italy and I was what it was one, of those bands. Where he was the band You can't, the band cannot go on have. You ever been to a concert at red rocks Yeah I sure poor Deion? Bessette, red, rocks about. Twenty five thirty years ago. Is that the only time you've ever been wow wow I think we gotta find a concert you ever go. With us to the concert we tailgate we bring sandwiches. You know it's nice it's nice if you like the, music that's being performed you don't like any. Of the band's like steely Dan you. Wouldn't go see that my thing is not, my I, can't even call steely Dan rock music it's, like yacht rock at this point and I. Love, steely Dan because they're amazing excellent studio musicians who got together and made. A bad so I find we're going to? Go, into Our to our two I won't like it. What was your first concert Susan oh gosh Sarah how because. I remember everything about it it was such a great adventure, it was the first time my mom let me and. My friends drive over. To Jacksonville which was like an hour. And a half away. Concert and I remember everything I remember the setup of the. Stage I remember the venue I remember the. Guy next to me that smelled. Like beer I remember everything about it in my mind it's like such a clear memory and since then I've. Seen hundred the least hundreds and I may be in, the fouls and I'm not exaggerating I, see a lot of? Live music and always have and that show is still clear Isabel which one was it? It, was def Leppard in Bon Jovi and. Bon Jovi. Was the headliner was the. Opener yeah you're that much younger than I am Joe Walsh I remember seeing cod key I mean some amazing amazing musicians as a kid, and as a teenager and because we, used to tag along. With my friend and brother? There? You go I'm going to come. Back to this because frankly I love this topic and it's gonna drive day as we sit here and talk. About a bunch of bands a Davis never talked about, but my friend Helen Raleigh is coming, on Helen is she's? Been on the show about her story of immigration she's a Chinese emigrant she also holds? An, MBA from the university of Wyoming and..

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"dan rock" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Welcome to the podcast i'm brian morrissey today i enjoined by dan rock editor and chief of dan was formerly at journalists at august publications like fortune before going over to linked in about seven years ago i talked to him about why lincoln got into publishing content anyway how it is comfortable with having editors while other platforms run away from the title and also how lincoln fits in the platform ecosystem versus facebook twitter medium and more hope you enjoy it dan welcome thanks for having me we actually we spoke on stage it was almost like six years ago i remember and now we're back here at a podcast now than ever podcast so you're editor in chief linked and you spent seven years there you're at fortune before what does an editor in chief at lincoln do it's a great question and editor chief of linked it's before i go into my job will explain why the what content does unlinked in and then i can talk about what i do might might make more sense if you spend time only in you'll see in the news feed all kinds of articles shares post videos from professionals around the world and lincoln's mission is to connect professionals with opportunity the ideas you come come every day you see information about your industry you share information about what you're doing you learn what's going on in the world you start connecting dots and from the beginning or shoot me from seven years ago when i joined the thinking the company this was the ceo jeff wieners idea was that if you combine algorithms with editors you can create something really special where people are seeing news and information that's not just about their world but the wider world around him and if you're a professional if no matter what you do it's important to know what else is happening and so i've got an editorial team we have about fifty editors around the world we're in the us uk india france germany japan china australia brazil and the editors do the editors mission is to give professionals the news and views they need to talk about the things that matter and we really focused on that idea of to talk about part so so as an editor either either things published on linked in or published elsewhere but shared on like exactly we just wanted to get professionals talking so and the the role of editor linked in is to act like a mazing talk show host where you have a great subject that you're bringing in and then you are you have someone who's an expert on that subject and then you're finding voices to add to share and to go back and forth to kind of flesh out the idea so as an example and editor might have we have a daily news budget what's happening in the world and every editor dozen his country and we look at what's happening and then you start thinking about who do i need to pull in to start talking about this or what do i need to write myself so almost every editor on the team is a business journalist by training comes to the wall street journal new york times the figaro all over and they will either they can they can either write their own or producer own videos where they can go and find voices to talk about it or they can curate what else is happening on the platform so as an example talk about today we talk about tariffs and there are farmers are freaking out about the tariffs then what kind of impact it's going to have on them so when editor will reach out you can use linked data to say fine me every person agriculture in the us who's been active for the last thirty days unlinked in and send them a note hey my name is no rodrigue rebrand catella yemen editor linked in these tariffs are going on we believe you're an expert in this because you're the culture business do you have something to say come and share it on lincoln and we act as the you can think about it as almost being like in my old world i would have.

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"dan rock" Discussed on Still Processing

Still Processing

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Still Processing

"Yes he wieslaw walking out of the store carrying out little red bag oh my god so this is for you can we got to work on your surprise face asking ask plea any figure eyes underneath the good news is you have time to practice we know that their earrings the keep your ears warm while i'm in dublin it is nepia eat up in ireland a woman can propose who man on the twenty nine th of february i'm not going to dominate oh my god i have not seen this see that this is why am poison hold on this is the problem because you're seeing this near lake i love i love there's my ragged handsome yes movies like this is why i i moved to norway to date somebody that i've been a facebook this is a problem that is not this is the problem this is just an insult to my humanity my intelligence my clothes my interest in travel my all of of irish people it just insults every wrong on the humanity ladder all that might be true and i'm still gonna go home and watch it we no longer do that anymore impart you just heard part of the reason why i think but your reaction totally belies like why we don't raya i mean i think that there is a way that it's okay to leak yourself in these both fantasies the reason they were important to me and i didn't realize until i was in a dull but in terms of figure out who their oriented toward whether they're degrading to women are not i never watched one of those movies in identify with the man you watch pillow talk with doris dan rock cuts and i always i wanted iraq hudson but i dan a firewood doris day she's a ridiculous character like a 4th she's the original forty euro virgin that though interesting movie after movie never having sex rock hudson its core it will we know why they weren't had but nonetheless the movies aren't set up to be a joke on his sexuality their of to be a joke on her virginity and every time.

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"dan rock" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of the chase moving through their neck of the woods because maybe they can posted any kind of ira in the back of the truck by the way down to give you an idea of what's what's back there there's a few boxes of something which makes no sense i mean if you boxes that are sort of non descript there's a suitcase and a furniture dolly uh but nobody it does make a sense wildwood worst dan rock want clear on if this is only stolen because they didn't return it to you haul at the appropriate amount of time it's clearly not their vehicle so i don't know if that counts as stolen or not i would think yes yes or if they swipe it from somebody else who is in the process of moving which would also make more sense than in that the the cops would then be able to uh i think it'd be more likely that they were chasing it if they swiped at from somebody else as opposed to they just didn't turn it in on i think that we should take a break for news rate i don't think this warrants blowing through the news and we'll come back and and catch up on this said this pointing seems to just be running through stop signs and going the speed limit it's boring so far i mean it's not exciting nothing about the show as boring gary you're right i'm sorry that should not have said that out of said that because if you're in belgrade's right now this is the most exciting thing this happen to you all year gary and shannon kfi am 640 amy what's up a san bernardino county sheriff's deputy who got beat up after getting into a car crash has died deputy larry falcy died last night my brother is going to leave whole in this community and in the hearts of everyone officers say a driver attacked falcy after the two got into a crash sunday chelsea was offduty at the time police have arrested a man but they're still looking for people who saw the crash of the attack falcy was a thirty six year veteran of the department he was seventy news brought to you by my thompson's rv the white house has declared a major disaster inventor and santa barbara county is because of the massive wildfire homeland secretary is uh kerstin nielsen flew over the burn zone and met with local officials yesterday this is an important step towards recovery and famous prepared.

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"dan rock" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Gene has this dan rock on god colonna curran that is there in the next alex moffat but sukova leave may or may happen burns and the show oh my god so jio i just has this come on come on the his and that is there in the name xiaomi mi was was shows for sure dji oh spoon girl go ahead.

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"dan rock" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Narrative of i nobody's there from the 25th instead the 28th maybe they're trying to hide the fact that maybe i think they're trying to hide why he will iranian between the prime twenty eight right and maybe there another into effect wire ball in fake out um you know want relate to the papua acquire airtime to cover up i mean my out deliberately netflix public i mean that obama at angering an investigation that construction of gas for that ankle at that point in time because you're you're going howling he went in there thank you mayor hanna on twenty may 28th that they had by telling them that he would on me in a hotel on the quay held their company argued for people who properly encountering guy in a three day by they're probably not coming forward because at the eye of fang on on on on how he would only on on it i it's it's laura loom are at laura loom or choosing the grovel investigative journalist do in i can't get enough of your tweets and the work that you're putting out there on your website and i'll make sure that i did that i linked to again i've got the night there to happened i was able to go online and find of mary lou daily ozzie levine who she's married tonight i was able to far that he's a staunch lefty emmys rachel maddow fan and h trump everything else about her husband who was not this guy was somebody else but you can i couldn't find anything on this guy yuban invest get a journalist for a long time and you do an amazing job have you ever seen somebody that you are investigating that has ciro digital footprint house are possible i if not possible gray a thought on his deputy sheriff tom author there aren't the only on who really donald trump cracked by people who have reportedly i'm up there by the fact that are found pipe our entire going to take a look a lot of people iwr branding the question by i an undercover fadlike by their thing dan rock a lot of people.

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"dan rock" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Says he was totally blindsided when his phone started bringing early this morning were shocked horrify completely dumbfounded about this he says his brother stephen didn't have any known religious or political affiliation nor did he have an ax to grind did you have any indication that he was angry about anything angry at an absolutely nothing thank describes his brother is just a guy and says their last contact was right after hurricane aroma would steven texted him to make sure there ninety yearold mother was okay this is steve futterman in las vegas this city has taken a bodyblow and you can almost feel it the energy that usually emanates from here it doesn't seem to be there today the city is open for business but today people seem to be saying who cares there seems to be little enthusiasm for gambling or partying the vegas spirit will of course return but probably not today on wednesday president trump will visit las vegas to meet the victim's families and with first responders will be spending the full day there in may be longer than that and there's a developing story and it will be a shock to fans of rock no laugh dan rock and roll hall of famer tom petty has died la police confirmed that to cbs news tom petty had been taken to a local hospital tmz says patty who was sixty six years old had gone into full cardiac arrest day ago at his malibu home again rockstar tom pettis dan on wall street at the close the dow up one hundred fifty three points nasdaq is up twenty and the sp.

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"dan rock" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

KALW 91.7 FM

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

"I'm joined now by dan rock more the chair of the department of mathematics and a professor of computer science at dartmouth college doctor rock more has published essays in editorials on math for publication such as the new york times the boston globe and the dallas morning news he is also appeared as a commentator for npr in vermont public radio on subjects ranging from art forgery to the number eleven dr rock more welcome to la theater works and thanks for joining us thanks great to be here i'd like to start by talking about the central mathematical concept incompleteness which is the travelling salesman problem or t s p described press if you can the t s p in a nutshell sure it follows right from its name so you've got this poor traveling salesman who's got a travel around to a bunch of cities and before he plans his route he takes a look at the map and sees all these intercity distances and says to himself look i don't wanna spend a lot of money on this trip or maybe effect be says to himself i want to see the best scenery on his trip i don't care how long it takes and then he goes about planning a trip there as we would say optimizes his fuel usage or if you like his scenery and tries to find the best route with respect to that wish of his so if it is just distance which is what it is usually than you're looking for the shortest route or circuit that hits every city and there of course many possible circuits but you want to find the shortest one what are some of the most interesting practical applications of the tsp there are a couple of ways to think about the applications i mean first of all the fact that this is sort of easy to state problem and lots of people have worked on it and every time somebody makes even a little progress finding a better algorithm finding some new method to approach it it has implications for all sorts of problems in scheduling i mean how does fedex and the trucks around you know how does ups and the trucks around but beyond woodard natural analogies to the notion of a salesman traveling around there are also applications to gene sequencing circuitboard organization astronomical mapping but it's had its greatest implications and.

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"dan rock" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"dan rock" Discussed on Pop Shop

"The biggest artists on mtv was puff daddy and this didn't even really become clear to me until much later in life and then i i saw an interview with him we actually explicitly said this where he said that basically what he was trying to do with knowing out videos which also kept scaling up up up up up and and you know they're you know he had videos that were eight fifteen twenty minutes long in the oh the filled with guest stars and ridiculous plots and all that he said i was trying to be guns n' roses basically like i i saw what they did look like fawn looked awesome and that was cut the day were kind of the template for him taking wrapped to the heights that rock reached in the late eighties n early 90s and so i i think that that's part of the guns n' roses i don't know if they're the dermatology urge us thera their innovation the kinda gets overlooked of sometimes it's almost seen as a negative sometimes because the videos were kind of nonsensical and because the in not all of our ultimate each particularly well terms their plots and in terms of some of the heavyhanded symbolism in imagery in just axel crazy person but it was a very important part of the guns n' roses brand to me and it's not wasn't represented in the app tight videos that what was really represent only appetite album of aside from a guess maybe the second half suit child in rocket queen really kind of stretch into those ambitious stretches but the most parts of pretty strict dan rock and roll album and that's great in that there are awesome added there's about as good as any benefit ever done it but there's that's entire other sites guns n' roses that's very important to my image the band and i feel like you know emphasizing app differ destruction above their tire catalogue really kind under cells that is that on right to use as a check out at all.

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