19 Burst results for "David Johnston"
"david johnston" Discussed on KTOK
"Life and you can imagine just the camaraderie of being with a group of people you loved who made music together and who were in the ascendancy on there and they were clicking together so well this is our Falkor the finely tuned album because we made two albums of the band with David Johnston and this was our third and fourth and it was such a wonderful time I mean everything just clicked because we were very happy people there were no arguments everybody got along with each other without producer was a burning hardware offsets and six members of the band it was such a joyous experience to be so young so successful and still have the hunger to be more successful in this is the album that we launch me I was very successful up to this one launch me into another level of success keep listening to I heart radio for more Elton John in all your favorite artists the governor talking more about re opening the state I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center and the governor held a news conference earlier today I heart radio goes one on one with Elton John to talk about how emotions can get the best of him when he listens back to the album goodbye yellow brick road I got very cheerful because it reminded me of the such a joyous time in my life and you can imagine just the camaraderie of being with a group of people you loved who made music together and who were in the ascendancy on there and they were clicking together so well this is our Falkor the finely tuned album because we made two albums of the band with David Johnston and this was our third and fourth and it was such a wonderful time I mean everything just clicked because we were very happy people there were no arguments everybody got along with each other without producer was a burning hardware offsets and six members of the band it was such a joyous experience to be so young so successful and still have the hunger to be more successful in this in the out in the re launch me I was very successful up to this one launch me into another level of success keep listening to I heart radio for more Elton John and all your favorite artists thirty.
"david johnston" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"You got a lot of places usable every game obviously but you know a lot often though do you employees could just have your guys go play you know it really depends on the team there are teams that are gonna just absolutely not passes no matter how much you know you want to run your stuff knows the situation Dr pressure yeah get Elaine on your own and then do the game tells we also want to be a team that we get a defensive stopper rebound we want to push the ball and that's going to that's going to require no play gonna require making the right plays spacing the floor by running for and one of the little bit of both to be quite honest and just depends on who were playing a guy like David Johnston such great instincts for the game he's a guy that's probably really good in that situation absolutely and the same time we run a set play you know they're in the sense that place where we're going to put in a position based on who were screen and know where the ball is facing on the floor and they were going to utilize those instincts so it's not just cookie cutter for the ball here do this put David situations to read things and we last year you have the best free throw shooting team in in school history issue reshooting pretty well you actually a little different a conference season lately your way back up almost eighty percent do you have a philosophy personal fell shooting incidents could have guns are good shooters supply.
"david johnston" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"You know kind of struggling in some ways but he's got a double goal within range got eight points and ten rebounds now he's at the free throw line it is two of six but he's getting to the free throw line he's got three assists also in the game David Johnston in and he misses the free throw so he missed and made three in a row the missed that one seventy two fifty cardinals war also will check ins Sims has a funny could shoot threes result but one goal here at a chance to and then on driving this file there is there is far more which is the second file on it seems that it's up to three point early in the game three point shooter he makes thirty nine percent twenty three fifteen for today and is the one and had a phone a pleased look terrible to go by faster he's got a little frustrated children really has a force things no he really hasn't forced things but but man I mean he is just frustrated the house passed it back whatever they're just a wide open path to the best of nobody there from seventy two fifty two cardinals up with six twenty to go David Johnson angles for the top of the circle Liza for Williamson or war top right is right and doesn't hands to our Johnson bounced off as Nino brown thank you is for fans of his third journal over he's played just twenty one minutes because of the file troubling Guinea enforcing three of four from the field third straight game those score has been a bit down but certainly when you leave twenty two you can complain about that contains little missiles primary score here's dole's around the topic by sudden what the new one in a way for topless three next to for him two three sentences six point seven to fifty five with five forty five you go this is a this is a team is not going to quit responsible use of time out here and it will be a full time hours five forty two left all those little things you marks the first register go karts dot com.
"david johnston" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"It should be an afternoon where I click. Yes, this Mark contracts. These everybody's qualified metal the criteria. The other guy clicks. Yes. And the payment is sent the crypto. Right. So that's what we can get to those the big pain points like me. And we'll talk about oh, we're going to put the stock market on. Yeah. That's cool and slightly faster on a public. Marco will be. Nice. But the real difference is in like privately owned assets were today, it's like a Monceau wading, and they probably paid their lawyers. I don't know five thousand dollars in fees update documents and do reviews and yada, yada, yada. Right. So if we can take the pain out of that process, that's a huge improvement. Those are ones like hundred x improvement over where we are today. The other example, I always go to something like mortgages right in the US. We had the big financial crisis. Right. And the regulators really stomped down on the banks and said, hey, you got to improve your record keeping. And so they went for spending like two thousand dollars a mortgage to do the origination process to seven thousand dollars mortgage. That's what they pay per mortgage to do all the record keeping get close in right? There are seven people involved in reviewing the documents before it's official. They did all that work. Right. And then they want to transfer to another Bank. Okay. We're going to sell these mortgage assets bowl through again. They takes them forty five days. A somebody has to manually review all those files. They just created right and go through the whole process in twenty nineteen. I'm not kidding. You there? Seriously guy looking in a PDF and a spreadsheet and trying to figure out right for hours. Right. And so being able to put those records at stead at a blockchain where now you don't have to trust my records. You don't have to trust. I say I did things at the right time or the right disclosures. You can just check with software. You can imagine doing that kind of process in a few hours. And I see all my green check marks. I know the blockchain is secured it. Yup. Looks good to go to me. Right. And then you could go from forty five days to a fraction of that time. Even if you still got the auditor now, you're instead of paying a grand for the auditor, maybe you're paying hundred bucks. Right. So those are the big pain points. I think we can really dig into. I couldn't agree more. Okay. So that's what you out of the moment. The security token off. Spring and also making things a bit quick taunt, the Tykes lawyers are the most amazing business prevention units fun, it they take forever that cost a fortune. And that's an apparently that's just the way it is. You know, when you're in startup we need this on now. Well, it'll be thirty to forty days. It's like, I think you pod that's too long. That's how it goes. All right. Well, that's not if we I mean, that's got to be an industry that can be interrupted Sosa Valey through smart contracts, because you know. Long ago. I have the ability to put the handout and go long. I had too much power there in between the vendor and the person pie, you know, that they're right there in the sense that that basically linking every transaction in the world. Batter so important. Well, what's the old joke? You know, if a lawyer in a small town, which started death, but to make a pretty good living. Like, you know, you can't live with them. We get live without it. Because everybody else has got a lawyer. You gotta protect exactly exactly well, look dive. And it's been an absolute pleasure. Having you on the show. I wish you all the best success going forward mean, you know, you got a pretty good track record. So I'm pretty sure you'll be falling not from Mike..
"david johnston" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"Craig called tragic of crypt ice show. Today's guest. I've got what we probably call bitcoin A J. I'm here with David Johnston. He is managing director. At y'all yeoman's Garth capital, y g say my policies if I've pronounced that correctly. It's all good. No worries. A lot of people ask me about their name. When it's like, why yeoman's like your last name is Johnston. And basically, it's a reference to the thesis so yeoman's is a reference to yeoman's work have hard work right in English yet. So that's basically what we're going for. We'll get it. Because I say I've said a intertwined and a couple of different companies from Tom Tom over the last couple of years, but thank you for being on the show. I appreciate and I count white to get down and dirty and sort of what's going on in your head because I'm David you've been around for a long time and entrepreneurs since what eighteen nineteen years old as a matter of fact, why don't you take us through a little bit of your history. And how. Oh, you've come to where you are today. Focuses on. Sure. So yeah, it was a big early internet nerd, and you know, built online publishing companies when that was cutting edge. Oh, yeah. So no, I mean from that I built some tech companies, and you know, someone boom so embossed, but you know, it taught me a lot about how to build startups. And so when bitcoin came around in twenty twelve I discovered it and I was already economics nerd than I put all my money into bitcoin. Because you know, why would you want any dollars dollars have inflation and bitcoin is now have that problem? Right. And so that worked out pretty well and allowed me to start building capital and start the first Andrew group in the bitcoin space bidding angels back in twenty thirteen and that really blew up to like five hundred members round the world, and we best in all those early stage bitcoin companies, and that was those really cool time because people price was going up. People are starting to hear about it. But then after the price correction in end of their teen into fourteen you really had sort of this period where everybody was building, right? A theory was building. Factum was building a lot of the early protocols. And so I just started to start one of the first venture funds in the space and do all tokens. So we raised all the money as crypto we only invested in tokens, and we distributed the tokens to the limited partners as distribution. So it was like tokens in tokens out which pretty novel for twenty four teams. But it got us into a lot of those early projects and really had a pleasure to work with the early theory guys and other protocols, and so that went well and then in two thousand sixteen things started to pick up. So I started a family office just dedicated to invest in blockchain made about forty investments across the industry but half related to security tokens other half decentralized infrastructure, but it kind of came to the realization in in two thousand eighteen ahead really built like a traditional family office. Like what that means normally as like, some wealth managers like looking after your portfolio, but instead I had like hired guys out of Facebook. And gimme the guy that knows enterprise sales and get this other, you know, expertise, and then deploy them into my startups. Right. So I wanted to be really active like, I'm not really a passive investor. And so we decided to create a formal private equity firm as far as I know. It's the first all blockchain. In private equity company in the world, exclusively focused on deployments technology into digitizing assets into mass adoption, and so it's like, hey, let's not just by some tokens and hope they do. Well, it's like, hey, let's invest in these projects, but then make them successful. Right. So anyway, that's the crazy series of events that let me to founding Weijia see with my partners just noticed that it's on your jacket..
What Michael Cohen’s Plea Deal Means for David Pecker
"We have more breaking news now this from the Wall Street Journal, confirming question just raised before we went to this commercial break. The Wall Street Journal is reporting tonight that David pecker the chairman of American media Inc which publishes the National Enquirer provided prosecutors with details about payments. Mr. Cohen, arranged with women who alleged sexual encounters with President Trump, including Mr. Trump's knowledge of the deals joining our discussion now, Barbara mcquade a former federal prosecutor. She's a professor of law at the university of Michigan and MSNBC legal contributor, Harry Lipman former federal prosecutor and deputy assistant attorney general under President Clinton. And Ron Klein is with us former senior aide to President Obama and a former chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary committee. I saw David Kay Johnston there, but someone left him out of my little teleprompter here. David Johnston Pulitzer prize. Is winning reporter who is running the organization DC report dot org, which studies the Trump investigation Barbara mcquade I to you this information just reported by the Wall Street Journal that David Packer who was clearly identified in yesterday's proceeding of Michael Collins. Guilty plea is now it's confirmed by the Wall Street Journal. He is already cooperating with the prosecutor and had already cooperated with the prosecutor before they even made that presentation yesterday, which seems to make sense when you read every part of that presentation. This is very significant news. I think because I think one of the scepticisms of what Michael Cohen had to say is just. You know, he's talking out of his own self interest. You would need to corroborate what he's saying with other witnesses and now to have David pecker someone who is speaking against his own self interest to have provided that information I think is strongly corroborative. And if as you said he implicates President Trump as well. This is really a huge development is not just Michael Cohen with an ax to grind trying to save his skin. It's now corroborated by two witnesses, and chances are they've got documentation that supports that as well. So very significant piece of news there claim the president today telling Fox News, something kind of about his knowledge of the payments when he was asked about, did you know about the payments? He said later later we have no idea what that was supposed to mean. But here's David pecker according to the Wall Street Journal saying that President Trump was part of arranging the payments and that the President Trump had knowledge of the deals and knowledge of the deals being arraigned. That's right. Lawrence. I think your introduction made such important point, which is we know so much more about this today than we did yesterday, but to paraphrase Bill pops on, but not half as much as we're gonna know tomorrow. I mean. Robert Muller knows a lot of things. We don't know yet thousands, tens of thousands of pages for Michael Cohen's office months of investigation. It's starting to come to light. Now, the scope of it is is really quite stunning, but but there's still a lot here. We don't know. All we do know is it's going to point a very bad direction for the president. He clearly lied to the American people. He clearly lied anyone who he talked to about it and and you know, we don't have to witnesses crops and the fact they directed people to commit a crime. That's very serious piece of business with a lot of unknown stuff. Still out there. David, Kate Johnston, you've been falling following Donald Trump and his circle for longer than any of us. I think the easiest prediction you could have made for us tonight is that of course, David pecker is going to cooperate with federal prosecutors Wall Street Journal has beat us to even making it as a prediction. They've got it as already underway. Well, in other people are going to step forward. Now, Donald always been able to beat back law enforcement, beat back grand. Jury's compromise people get people to corrupt things in the government to advance his interests. And now all these other people, understanding Donald Trump is only loyal to Donald are going to start abandoning him. And this is a dangerous time for our country because Donald's Radic behavior is likely to become much much more erratic. He's going to have a lot of internal conflict over this because remember in his delusional mind, he is greater than all of us where idiots were stupid..
"david johnston" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Hitting three twenty and throwing a hundred miles an hour you might wanna use it a little bit more then again then again is it would that be too much i think that that's going to be a big part of it and it's so it's totally uncharted territory that that's gonna be a big deal for for social legacy i think so i don't think he'll be a hall of fame manager i don't think so i don't see that but the dodgers could have hired him they they took david johnston instead and he went to the angels and the rest is history of socia when he used to match up with art and still go i two third better very aggressive base running which i've always liked and you know i hate to see that element out of the game i think if he had a you know more guys like die center billy hamilton they they'd be running wild along with incredible superstar talent that they have one last thing for you denard span the giants did a big favor you know he's a veteran he had a baby went home to tampa everything was great he's living there as parent mothers their wife's there and yesterday he got a ticket to seattle why not mars yeah that's that is so baseball isn't it i mean on the one hand you know what the what the cardinals did for scotty was so heartwarming was such a great thing you know they they they they were influential on where he was going to go he went to the perfect place in here you have this it's like well whatever man you're after the other part of the world here i saw it in his face you know he said what he had to say he said look i i like it here but i realized that's baseball and so i thought that was interesting yesterday well as long as we have him it's a big day in bay area sports obviously we got the warriors tonight what's your take tonight yeah i'm going to jump in the car right now and head over there when we're done i i did a bunch of them that's all i can do i find it incredible at the at to see so i don't know maybe it's like maki mantle going over the world series or something.
"david johnston" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"Bell that we'll window a co nba it's an open group everybody okay cool a lot of people who are in that group following me because i've been educating people on crypto currencies because for a lot of times like even at this conference the aren't that many african americans and it's not really these things i really targeted toward certain people of color it's not really targeted toward women and so i said you know what life and i kept waiting for somebody else to take it on like why don't we educate people so i started going live and just talking about blockchain i've had people on david johnston i've had sean wilkerson on just to bring some of the people that we met along the way have cow i it was at the texas bitcoin conference we were at injury so we met address at texas but that's we may come outta brought those people in because still a lot of these people are newbies understand cryptocurrency in the power of them and using them actually as a currency most people come in and try to speculate on they see the prices going going back to host way listen this is about freedom this is about us owning your own keys making sure that you have ownership of this stuff and moving that direction so that's that's what with teaching people in just like started taking a life of its own education has has its own life that the most beautiful thing about the launching of the coin was the fact that people were openly sharing we went to sleep wash them to sleep woke up and it was like this bonus sonic boom of giving and sharing within the group which was awesome they're really seems to be a difference between coins that launch and have kind of that financial speculation component to them versus coins that are kind of built on that community and it reminds me of kind of early days of doj coin.
"david johnston" Discussed on WJR 760
"Johnston observatory now david johnston was the geologist who was killed when when i blew and the the johnston observatory anybody who's been there anybody listening right now if you live in washington state or oregon whatever you've been there you know what i'm talking about i mean it's just it's just it's overwhelming you when you when you're sitting there and you're looking into the almost the mouth of the volcano you realize you realize how insignificant you are right that that you really don't in the whole scope of things it's one of the things you look at you say and i think you have to see it in person television can't do it for you when you're there and can see it in three dimensions and look into it you say oh i don't matter but yeah i just as as beautiful as they can be the destruction can be as we know massive yeah you know everybody's always talking about you know the super bowl keno underneath yellowstone and if that ever went off and wanted does whatever like every six hundred thousand years or so and so they always talk about it could go off in the next hundred thousand years or in the next couple of thousand years you never know and the massive destruction that that would cause right right the united states and the world if that i've went off you realize the destructive potential is as much as on sparring the fact is if one goes off it can change it can change a lot in the world it can change the climate you want climate change deal with a massive a massive massive volcanic eruption which you know has caused when wasn't in the early eighteen hundreds was when it was where it was where we're at were caused fourteen i have to look at the the the the year without a summer yeah that was when actually when during that period that's when mary shelley wrote frankenstein because she apparently was irish scary yeah well you stay inside a lot it's cold hey let's write about somebody you're creating a monster but the that it again you go back to like you said i mean you just feel completely insignificant but i mean the power of mother nature the and.
Corey Lewandowski refused to answer questions from the House Intel Committee
"This is the opposite of of that procedure kurt arison david johnston gene rumson thank you all for journalists not really push it you're the president is reportedly furious with his press secretary because she said a little too much about his confidentiality agreement with stormy danielle switch among other things food bids stormy daniels from revealing any video images and still images that she has of donald trump and it also forbids her from discussing quote fraternity information and quote about donald trump and corey lewandowski was back in front of the house intelligence committee today unlike some of his other trump teammates including his former girlfriend pocock's he refused to answer certain questions house intelligence committee never heard from jim hines will join us once again fired trump campaign manager corey lewandowski testified to the house intelligence committee today behind closed doors and once again corey luhn dusky refused to answer certain questions questions questions about the production of the false statement concerning the trump tower meeting questions about the firing of james comey and conversations about that as well as uh any discussions of that mr lewandowski have the president about the potential of of firing bob muller witnesses don't get to pick and choose when it comes to very relevant testimony door investigation so we requested a subpoena corey lewandowski was the trump campaign manager when a group of russians went to trump tower for meeting with donald trump jr jared kushner and campaign chairman paul manafort core luhn dusky left his wife and children in new hampshire while he was working on the trump campaign he then embarked on an extramarital affair with hope hicks who he met on the trump campaign hope picks was famously involved in the drafting of false statements to the new york times about that trump tower meeting with russians that statement was drafted on air force one with president trump a year after the meeting in trump tower when the new york times began pressing for details about that meeting when hope picks testified to commit to the committee sheep two refused to answer questions related to that trump tower meeting when steve bannon met with the committee he refused to answer most of the committee's questions the top democrat on the committee announced today that he would like to have eric prince return for another appearance before the committee after.
"david johnston" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Their subdued reaction to his state of the union and we have a clip it's worth hearing they were like deaths and on american unamerican somebody's a treasonous i mean i guess why not so we call their treason why not i mean they certainly didn't seem to love our country very much so david johnston many critics and analysts even historians are sounding the alarm that this president sounds as though he saying he is the state is that you're reading of it absolutely donald trump is a dictator in waiting he talks like a dictator i wish growing the election that we could put real what porter tv personalities in the position of asking questions in the debate we would have got much better questions and one of them the trump should have been asked is this you've been talking about running for president for thirty years presumably you have read studied the job description please tell us with specificity where it is and what are the duties powers some limits of the presidency and i assure you donald would've give in the answer along the lines of the one he gave when one of the real questioners right wing radio talk show host and lawyer hugh hewitt asked him about the nuclear triad donald was unaware this is the ability of the governments to deliver if necessary nuclear bombs from landbased missiles see best missiles or jet planes and trump just went out nuclear it's awesome it's like it's awesome it's it's so powerful it's awesome and because of my uncle you know what mit one of the smartest people ever i know everything about it he doesn't know anything but he he and he doesn't know that the president is our employees is simply a subordinate to us who is temporarily been imbued with power.
"david johnston" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That was in all that was reggae that was straight out rocked that was you know funeral for a friend love lives bleeding prague walk you know have prod rock in it in there i mean it i don't care what you like to music at that time you could sit there and find something off that album that you went while mmhmm and uh you know so um then a massive massive uh hit with the uh the lion king soundtrack i mean deaths were as yet as lanxade yet massive massive massive yet huge thing sand and i'll say this though you know i was always a of uh you know he started out you know a lot of ballads and and that's would first maybe like elton john but then you know for me it's when he really rocked i really don't i i enjoyed it i've always loved his guitarist uh uh david johnston who i didn't know member member he did the dunkel break in my heart within that was a key cady um david johnson has guitars the guy with the long hair were long blonde hair well i don't know if he's still has it now as his wife i do no them for about a year ago aga or really right uh and so i loved his i you know his backup musicians were just in a impeccable so i just love you know david johnston on the qatar so i always i prefer and elton john that's doing saturday nights all right for frightening uniform rental allies bleeding um uh uh you know even in i i've i've always preferred that uh uh your sister can't dance but she can rock and roll and stuff this is the stuff that move this the ballots later on i went home home home and the second album the first out my ever bought with mile money was a draw the line by aerosmith a second album was captain fantastic in the rounded cub rounder kind of meal i love meal ticket you have that and uh and.
"david johnston" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Mean yellowbird grow the number of different songs they had that was that was reggae that was straight out rock that was you know funeral for a friend love lives bleeding prague rock you know half fraud rock and it in there i mean it i don't care what you like to music at that time you could sit there and find something off that album that you went wow mmhmm and uh you know so um than a massive massive uh hit with the uh the lion king soundtrack i mean yes lists yet as long as a gift massive massive massive yet huge things and and i'll say this though you know i was always a of uh you know he started out you know a lot of ballads and and that's what i maybe like a elton john but then you know for me it's when he really rocked i really now i i enjoyed it i've always loved his guitarist uh uh david johnston who i didn't know member member he did the dunkel break in my heart within that was a kike d n david johnston his guitars the guy with the long hair were long blonde hair i don't know if he's has it now as his wife i didn't know them for about a year ago yeah oh really right uh and so i loved his i you know his backup musicians were just you know impeccable so i just love you know david on the guitar so i always i prefer and elton john that's doing saturday nights all right for frightening uniform rental obliged bleeding um uh uh you know even in i i've i've always preferred that uh uh your sister can't dance but she can rock and roll and stuff this is the stuff that move these the ballots later on i went home home home home in the second album the first out my ever bought with my own money was a draw the line by aerosmith the second album was captain fantastic and the rounded cub rounder kinda meal i love meal ticket you have that and and someone saved my life to not all that out as one of those ballads that really had it was not like i don't know it wasn't like a radio ballot did it just had this this deep emotion and the writing the the lyrics were just i.
"david johnston" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Yellowbird grow the number of different songs they had that was that was reggae that was straight out rock that was you know funeral for a friend love lives bleeding prague rock you know half pride rock and it in there i mean it i don't care what you like to music at that time you could sit there and find something off that album that you went wow mmhmm and the you know so um then a massive massive uh hit with the uh the lion king soundtrack i mean yes who has yet as long as a gift massive massive massive yet huge thing sand and i'll say this though you know i was always a of uh you know he started out with a lot of ballads and and that's what i may be like elton john but then you know for me it's when he really rocked i really yeah i i enjoyed it i've always loved his guitarist uh uh david johnston who i didn't know member member he did the dunkel break in my heart within that was a kike de uh david johnston his guitars the guy with the long hair were long blonde hair i don't know if he's has it now as his wife i didn't know them so bought a year ago yeah a really right uh and so i loved his i you know his backup musicians were just you know impeccable so i just love you know david johnston on the guitar so i always i prefer in elton john that's doing saturday nights all right for frightening uniform rent love lives bleeding um uh uh you know even in i i've i've always preferred that uh uh your sister can dance but she can rock and roll and stuff this stuff that move is the ballots later on i went home yeah the second album the first out my ever bought with my own money was a draw the line by aerosmith a second album was captain fantastic in the round encounter under kedo meal i love meal ticket you have that and uh and someone saved my life tonight i'll out that's one of those ballads that really had it was not like i don't know it wasn't like a radio bala did it just had this this deep emotion and the.
"david johnston" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"I was always a of uh you know he started out with a lot of ballads and and that's what may maybe likely elton john but then you know for me it's when he really rocked i really thought i i enjoyed it i've always loved his guitarist uh david johnston who i didn't know member member he did the dunkel break in my heart win that was a kike d n david johnson has guitarist a guy with the long hair were long ilan here i don't know if he's still has it now as his wife i do no them to about a year ago again all really right uh and so i loved his i you know his backup musicians were just you know impeccable so i just love you know david johnston on the guitar so i always i prefer and elton john that's doing saturday nights all right for frightening uniform rental love lies bleeding um uh uh you know even in i i've i've always preferred that you uh uh your sister can't dance but she can rock and roll and stuff this is the stuff that move this the ballots later on i went home home home home home and that this second album the first out my ever bought with my own money was a draw the line by aerosmith a second album was captain fantastic in the rounded cumberlander kinda meal i love meal ticket you have that and russia and someone saved my life than on all that out as well one of those ballads that really had it was not like i don't know it wasn't like a radio ballot did it just had this this deep emotion and the writing the the lyrics were just i thought were great yes i will a yes uh that is a that is one of the of elton john that i absolutely just woah but i think when he got to almost all ballots later on in in life it was almost as when it when i watched the kansas documentary and everybody is talking about who's into early kansas which we much more classical rock and then dust in the win came out in they went on so caillebotte the upright and dust in the wind is a great song but when you know of the you know the the.
"david johnston" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way
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"david johnston" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way
"At least within 15 minutes so that the people jim be as prepared as possible when they reach that security checkpoint so you are trending right there with the response times that the rest of the travel industry have like airlines and rental car companies and in that sort of thing you guys are really responding pretty quickly we have reached out to our travel industry partners really taken a look at what they are doing an healthier providing excellent customer cheer in we've really try to model our service after with the risk the travel industry is doing so that's really where that 15minute response time is coming from although i must say so of our industry partners or exceeding and going above and beyond in providing fastcustomer care so we want to continue that trend to give customers a response as quickly as possible so and we could do a whole 'nother show on this at a later time which i may be asking you to do but for companies out there our who may be haven't had under an hour for an initial response times when they're still trying to figure out how to get down that low to what would you a tribute being able to achieve a response time of under an hour if you had to say off the top of your head like what one or two really important things would be to be able to do them i think the first element is making sure that your employees have the tools they need we use a dedicated customer cheer software platform where all of our facebook messenger in our twitter engagements come through and we're also providing our employees with a database that we currently updated that provides the latest information that provides response links language details that they may find useful so that they can quickly and accurately respond to customers untrue passengers that really helps drive that response time to hell i'll have tremendous as that and i would imagine that you put a lot.
"david johnston" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way
"Singer what our team chengdu for most people is to provide questions about prohibited and permitted items as well as how they should be packed we can provide information about the screening process for example if you'll be traveling with a small child or if you've had a recent knee replacement in your curious about how that will affect your screening we provide assistance for lost in found items that are left behind at the security checkpoint if you're in a hurry to get to your plane a new left your ipad in a screening ban we can work with you to try to get that back into your possession we also provide support for members of the tsa preecha program lotta people nowadays are members of tsa preach act that allows them to go through the expedited screening lanes but occasionally you make it to the airport and find out the tsa preticked indicator is not on your boarding pass it and we can actually work with you and work with your airline to get that indicator they're are so that you have access to the expedited screen lines and in finally we are available for the general complaints and complements that will receive because a lot of people choose to go to social media to report experiences that they've had in the airport with tsa employees those are a lot of service says that you provide over social media that i wasn't even aware of before and how fantastic to be delivering that over twitter because if you're in the airport it may not be convenient for you to call there's all these announcements in the background that make it kinda hard to hear and maybe it's hard for people to hear you and then email obviously that would be probably too late to get done what you need to do but to your point if you forgotten your laptop or your ipad at the security checkpoint and you can get a tweet out there really fast that could be very helpful immediately how cool is that exactly is a great service and it's such a great feeling.
"david johnston" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way
"Welcomed this socially supportive where you'll hear the hottest insights and discover cutting edge technology as we take you behind the scenes with the latest authors top executives in industry thought leaders this is customer care their social way with your host frankie so shea episodes 75 of the socially support a podcast is brought to you by the social pack get on the inside to stay on the topside head on over to socially supportive dot com and joined today for the latest tips tricks and technology and digital and social customercare also brought to you by tell agend of errant company a leader and community software for support communities and digital marketing its social software solutions help bring together modern collaboration technologies into a single integrated suite that includes social applications and social services which enable organisations to create communities of interest for their customers taligent solutions include both external customer and internal employ communities a customer service community enables you to answer a question once and then scale it to an unlimited number of customers how lows social pack welcome to wisdom wednesday day boy do i have something for you today that's going to be very interesting so get ready to kick your feet up on that desk and just hear something the antagonistic but before we get into that i want to remind you that i am giving away free 30minute coaching sessions just during the month of december this is my holiday present to you and it's been made possible by tell adjacent of aaron company who is this month's sponsor of the show so thank you to tell a gen what would you talk to me about for thirty minutes and what could we get done we'll let me tell you if you have questions about what next your strategy should look like if you want to understand how you should bring together your support chat and your social customercare strategies i can help you with that if you want to understand why support communities would be beneficial to your organization or if you want to understand how you can calculate your return on investment you would be amazing.