22 Burst results for "John Jansen"

"john jansen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:17 min | 3 months ago

"john jansen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Washington's football team, the Detroit Lions. Now he hosts morning drive in Detroit on the ticket along with Stony who actually went to college with my mother, as I've been told throughout the years anyway, though, John Jansen is here with us to talk about the disgraceful Detroit Lions and the joke of a football team. That he loves in the Michigan Wolverines right now. John Jansen, how you been? Good evening, Zach. How you doing? I'm doing all right. You know what? You want to know why I respect you greatly. Like that, other than the fact that you're very talented and you're great at what you do. I saw a photo over the weekend through thick and thin. You're supporting your football team, The Michigan Wolverines. You went to that game against Penn State. Over the weekend. I did. I was actually this would be probably a shocked It was a shock to me. I was sitting there as the only fan in the stands. I was one person in 100 and 11,000 seat stadium. And I still didn't win Fan of the game way. The designated driver at least trust me. I couldn't use the whole lot of adult beverages watching that game on Saturday. So other than you being yourself, Is there a story how you were the one fan there this past weekend. Well, no. I mean, not really. I do the pregame show leading up to it that he appeared or Jim Branstad or do the play by play of color. So I get a chance to just sit there and watch the game. So I thought, you know what? I'm gonna pick. The best seat in the house I was about 15 rose up on the 50 yard line. Had a great view is a beautiful day in Ann Arbor. Um, like I said, it was. It was beautiful, except for the performance on the football field. John Jansen here with us. So Michigan, Harper has done some good things there. But you still have this feeling of disappointment. We know they never defeated Ohio State. They never won a big 10 championship with them, And obviously they've ever been to a college football playoff. It seems as if it's time a few weeks ago. I probably say he's back next year. Who knows if he wants to stay? If I'm the university, I think about and I move on from at the end of the year. Where do you stand on that? Well, it'll be interesting to see what Ward manual the athletic director does because Michigan has never obviously fired coach in the middle of the season. Don't wait to the end of the year and then they'll take, you know, stock of everything that a college coach is supposed to do and see where Jim stacks up. I could tell you right now in regards to off the field problems and how he's dealt with them. He's done a great job in terms of getting guys to graduate and you know, emphasizing the importance of getting a college education and supporting them and in that process He's done an outstanding job. You know, you look at his record and you know a couple of 10 win season. The nine win season is worst with eight wins. Obviously, this year is nowhere near that. But you meant you mentioned it already. He hasn't beaten Ohio State. He's 500 against the in state rival Michigan State, Spartans and his record against top 10 opponents or as an underdog is less than desirable. So It's really going to come down to what Wart manual and the region's believe is. You know is acceptable. What? How do you weigh one with the academic Because this is a student athletes is that professional sports? How do you weigh that with? Not as many wins, as you'd like to see. Saying Jim Harbaugh what? You're paying him. What does your gut tell you Right now? You see on the Michigan sidelines next year. Gosh, you know when I go back and forth and Um, you know, some days I wake up and I think yeah, he's back. Other days. I wake up, but I don't see how it's possibly. You know, how could it could possibly be that way? And I think the one caveat that You and I don't necessarily know all of the details, and there's really only a couple of people in this world that do is what's it going to cost to change coaching staffs? Because In my estimation you're looking at probably Somewhere between 20 and $25 Million with Jim are by having another year on his contract with the assistant coaches, Then you've got to attract another coach. You've got to hire a new Instead of assistant coaches in if there's anything you're doing in the building with the weather, so the weight room and the support staff that's a price tag. That in the middle of a pandemic, I don't care who you are. If you're Michigan if you're Ohio State of your Alabama if your U. S. C When you're running 100 and $20 million deficit. How do you reconcile that price tag and Maybe there's ways that they could defer the cost. What it is that something that I don't know what that price tag is, and I don't know what's going to go into making that decision. John Jansen, if it was up to him, do you think he sees the writing on the wall? And how this isn't gonna end up successful format Michigan and goes back to the NFL? Or does this eat at him so much? Because you get it? Hey, it's your school. You don't want to leave on bad terms. You don't wanna leave as a disappointment. That maybe you stick it out, and you want to see this thing through I think if it's off the Jim Harbaugh, he's gonna be back..

Michigan John Jansen football Ohio State Michigan Wolverines Jim Harbaugh Detroit Lions Jim Detroit Penn State Jim Branstad Washington Zach Ann Arbor Stony NFL Um Ward Harper
"john jansen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Also played for Washington's football team, the Detroit Lions. Now he hosts morning drive in Detroit on the ticket along with Stony who actually went to college with my mother, as I've been told throughout the years anyway, though, John Jansen is here with us to talk about the disgraceful Detroit Lions and the joke of a football team. That he loves in the Michigan Wolverines right now. John Jansen, how you been? Good evening, Zach. How you doing? I'm doing all right. You know what? You want to know why I respect you greatly. Like that, other than the fact that you're very talented and you're great at what you do. I saw a photo over the weekend through thick and thin. You're supporting your football team, The Michigan Wolverines. You went to that game against Penn State. Over the weekend. I did. I was actually this would be probably a shocked It was a shock to me. I was sitting there as the only fan in the stands. I was one person in 100 and 11,000 seat stadium. And I still didn't win Fan of the game way. The designated driver at least trust me. I couldn't use the whole lot of adult beverages watching that game on Saturday. So other than you being yourself, Is there a story how you were the one fan there this past weekend. Well, no. I mean, not really. I do the pregame show leading up to it that that damn beard or Jim Branstad or do the play by play of color. So I get a chance to just sit there and watch the game. So I thought, you know what? I'm gonna pick. The best seat in the house I was about 15 rose up on the 50 yard line. Had a great view is a beautiful day in Ann Arbor. Um, like I said, it was. It was beautiful, except for the performance on the football field. John Jansen here with us. So Michigan, Harper has done some good things there. But you still have this feeling of disappointment. We know they never defeated Ohio State. They never won a big 10 championship with them, And obviously they've ever been to a college football playoff. It seems as if it's time a few weeks ago. I probably say he's back next year. Who knows if he wants to stay? If I'm the university, I think about and I move on from at the end of the year. Where do you stand on that? Well, it'll be interesting to see what Ward manual the athletic director does because Michigan has never obviously fired coach in the middle of the season. Don't wait to the end of the year and then they'll take, you know, stock of everything that a college coach is supposed to do and see where Jim stacks up. I could tell you right now in regards to off the field problems and how he's dealt with them. He's done a great job in terms of getting guys to graduate and you know, emphasizing the importance of getting a college education and supporting them and in that process He's done an outstanding job. You know, you look at his record and you know a couple of 10 win season. The nine win season, his worst with eight wins. Obviously, this year is nowhere near that. But you meant you mentioned it already. He hasn't beaten Ohio State. He's 500 against the in state rival Michigan State, Spartans and his record against top 10 opponents or as an underdog is less than desirable. So It's really going to come down to what Wart manual and the region's believe is. You know is acceptable. What? How do you weigh one with the academic Because this is a student athlete. Is that professional sports? How do you weigh that with? Not as many wins, as you'd like to see. Saying Jim Harbaugh what? You're paying him. What does your gut tell you Right now? You see on the Michigan sidelines next year. Gosh, you know what? I go back and forth and Um, you know, some days I wake up and I think yeah, he's back. Other days. I wake up, but I don't see how it's possibly. You know, how could it could possibly be that way? And I think the one caveat that You and I don't necessarily know all of the details, and there's really only a couple of people in this world that do is what's it going to cost to change coaching staffs? Because In my estimation you're looking at probably Somewhere between 20 and $25 Million with Jim are by having another year on his contract with the assistant coaches, Then you've got to attract another coach. You've got to hire a new Instead of assistant coaches in if there's anything you're doing in the building with the weather, so the weight room and the support staff that's a price tag. That in the middle of a pandemic, I don't care who you are. If you're Michigan if you're Ohio State of your Alabama if your U. S. C When you're running 100 and $20 million deficit. How do you reconcile that price tag and Maybe there's ways that they could defer the cost. What it is that something that I don't know what that price tag is, and I don't know what's going to go into making that decision. John Jansen, if it was up to him, do you think he sees the writing on the wall? And how this isn't gonna end up successful format Michigan and goes back to the NFL? Or does this eat at him so much? Because you get it? Hey, it's your school. You don't want to leave on bad terms. You don't wanna leave as a disappointment. That maybe you stick it out, and you want to see this thing through I think if it's up to Jim Harbaugh, he's gonna be back..

Michigan John Jansen football Ohio State Michigan Wolverines Jim Harbaugh Detroit Lions Jim Detroit Penn State Washington Jim Branstad Zach Ann Arbor Stony NFL Um Ward Harper director
How to Find Inspiration in Doubt

Duct Tape Marketing

08:28 min | 4 months ago

How to Find Inspiration in Doubt

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Jansen, my guest today is Carol. She is the founder and CEO of hint water a flavored water brand she founded in two thousand and five. He's also the author of a new book called. Daunted overcoming doubts and doubters. So thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me. So in your bio I, read that you were one of the I don't know about original. You've spent some time at AOL. My father-in-law still hasn't AOL account and he thinks he's he thinks it's the Internet that AOL's. That's I I met. So my real question though is, do you still have any of those CD's? You. Know what I do have a couple of the CD is that I kept and I have a few. AOL Jackets Memorabilia that I stuck in a plastic bin. For. can't can't throw that away I. Mean it was a great time. I mean it it's a you know it's sort of an iconic brand that really Steve Case. Bill Right. There were a lot of people there and I played a part in building out the e commerce and You know there were a lot of people that basically felt like. Was the only place to shop. I mean, we were kind of a very enclosed safe place where you could go and You know I really fortunate opportunity to help build out I always viewed it as like a virtual mall and so I would I would like actually. Study Mall's people would ask like, how do you not like bring in Lake J. crew and into. Building out the small and I'm like I go down to the Stanford Mall and actually figure out what other stores are sitting there. Do you know Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom's and some of the others and and that's essentially what we were doing and A community for people. It's funny too because and and we'll get look into the book but I think it's fascinating because it was really it was really a closed place originally got AOL and it wasn't the same as getting to a website that you could. Then just you know punt go somewhere else for a long time it was a very much a contained. As. You said, yeah, and it was also a place for brands to really reinvent themselves I. Mean I remember there was this one catalogue company that we were dealing with called celebration fantastic and pretty small catalogue and and They weren't doing great on the service I mean they were up against like some big guys they weren't getting the promotion. So I remember Valentine's Day rolled around round one day and You know they had this product that was like a chocolate sauce and and they were like we have this idea that we want to do one of your pop ups, those pop-ups screens come. and. They and they called it a better than sex chocolate entrepreneur and and you know people went crazy over it and and so I think it was like it was the first place where you know you could really reinvent yourself in this new channel by showcasing certain products that you have and I mean their sales just off of that product were millions of dollars and just it was absolutely insane but it was really the first place where I saw that you could build brands you know in a non traditional way which you know frankly I go back to our business, my my main business hint. My my day job, you know we fifty five percent of our business is direct to consumer and a world where Soda Is. You know that's just not the way that. Are Sold I mean if anything if they are sold online, it's through an Amazon but it's not through their own site and so I think it's it just little examples like that on my journey make me believe and make me think like how can we just do things? How can we try and how can we do things a little bit different and ultimately better. So today hint comes in twenty players if people aren't familiar with it sparkling and caffeinated. It's a non alcoholic beverage, one of the maybe the largest independent non alcoholic beverage in the world hundred. This is estimated I haven't looked at your books, a hundred and forty million dollars or so in yearly sales, two hundred employees and no famous investors involved in the company, right? That's ten today. Did you start hint to solve a problem or disrupted industry. a little bit of both. Actually you know it's I think back on the journey and you know I call myself an accidental entrepreneur because I wasn't a typical. I'M GONNA go and work for myself or I'm going to be an entrepreneur one day My Dad had actually kind of been frustrated entrepreneur and side a large company He had developed a brand that you may know called healthy choice and inside of Armor Food Company, and then ultimately they were acquired by Conagra but I i. so I had a little bit of learning working for him but I think also when I. Had grown up and tack and in many ways and being at AOL before I decided to start this company and while I, was. Really trying to solve a health problem for myself after I had had three children I wanted to lose the baby weight that I had put on and. Develop terrible adult acne I realized after looking at everything that I was putting all the food I was putting into my body that there's diet. Soda was had more ingredients in it than like I mean I I I talk about it now as I. Cared more about what I put in my car than what I put into my own body and I thought like why is that and a whole story around labels like Diet and you know there's low fat and vitamins and things like that that equated to health in my head but you weren't alone in that address. After switching from my Diet Soda over to Plain. Water, I two and a half weeks lost twenty four pounds got rid of my acne God my energy back and I said Gosh, there's just like a lot of people who are trying to figure out obviously how to get healthier and it's not. Right and and. Like if they could just actually enjoy water again, then they you know we might not have the brand new thing that cropped up about the time I was starting hint type, two diabetes you know things that are. Really. Dangerous chronic right and I thought they need to ultimately enjoy water maybe they need to do other things but that's a first step and so that's when I. Recognize that I didn't like water I aspired to be a water drinker and I start slicing bruton throwing in water and that's when. You know I thought I'm not even sure this is a company I think it's like A. I I don't know I think it's a product I'd worked for companies before right and so when I decided to take this product to whole foods and my local whole foods in San Francisco friends were would come over my house and I tell them. You know it started this little thing I wasn't even calling in a company and they're like that's so cool that you start a company I'm like is it a company? I don't know if it's a company like I have three skews like I'm not sure it's actually a company. But. That's when I really realized that I'm starting something that could actually help bigger range of people get healthier disrupted industry that doesn't care about health back. Then there was nobody calling companies mission driven I was mission driven from day one because I really wanted to help a lot of other people.

AOL Founder And Ceo Stanford Mall Bill Right John Jansen Steve Case Neiman Marcus Carol Armor Food Company Bruton Lake J. San Francisco Conagra Nordstrom Amazon
Should Business Follow Data or Gut Feel?

Duct Tape Marketing

04:54 min | 4 months ago

Should Business Follow Data or Gut Feel?

"Hello welcome to another episode of the duct. Tape Marketing Podcast, this is John Jansen, my guest today's Reeves Wiedeman. He is a contributing editor at New York magazine. Also featured in New Yorker New York Times Magazine Rolling Stone Harper's, and we're going to talk about a book that is fairly new called billion dollar loser, the epic rise and spectacular fall of Adam Newman and we work. So reeves welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. So. Why don't you give away the ending for for for people that that may be have followed this story Kinda give us the like. Here's you know here's what was going on at the high level. Here's what happened. Yeah. Fair enough while while a lot of people may know it but but the the the short version of the rise of we work in an office leasing company started in New York City that in the course of a decade expanded all over the world The basic business premise was slicing up large office spaces into small glass. Rent out. By Twenty Nineteen they had more than four hundred locations around the world A also had apartments they had started in elementary school. and a variety of businesses that required a lot of money and so eventually in in thousand nineteen, they decided to go public at of gob smacking forty, seven, billion, dollar valuation and in pretty spectacular fashion over over a few weeks in the summer and fall of last year the. Collapsed out of Newman, the company's founder was was ousted and He's spending most of his time surfing. So you know and the future for him and for the company's still remains to be seen, but it was pretty pretty remarkable rise in in a pretty shocking and swift fall. So the at the from the highest evaluation to like when it all shook out, what did it shed about eighty percent ninety percent You're GonNa make me do some math but you're outright it. It got up to forty seven billion at least in this theoretical way, and and this past spring Softbank, which is, is we were primary investor mark it down to just under three billion, two, point, nine, billion so a. Pretty shocking loss value in a very short amount of time. So. What was it? You did a series of interviews with adamant obviously a lot of other people that show up in the book but what what was kind of the timeline for your interviews because it was really pre crash, right? Yeah. I mean, we when I was I work at New York magazine and we had I decided to do this story at the beginning of Twenty nineteen in the. Reason we did it was was because we work with growing so fast, and because it it suddenly was was everywhere. We have an office in in Soho and in New York and suddenly there were half a dozen of them just a few blocks of where our office was and so we saw it as kind of a success story. We knew there was sort of strange things about the company and. It became very clear to me as I as a after interviewing Adam Newman last April April Twenty nineteen shortly before the IPO was announced. And then talking to people who'd worked with him some members of his executive team that everything that was good and bad about we work revolved around Adam Newman. He he was the visionary. He was the sort of branding expert and he was the. That, was driving company, and then as it became clear, he was also kind of embodied a lot of a lot of what what went wrong. So my only instance as I did work out of we work in Dumbo one time. A few years. Was it nice. Yeah. It was nice. It was like all the kind of. HIP places in that part of town. Are. Very minimal decor. So. It's interesting. You brought up that idea of all good things and bad things because in reading through the book you almost. And and maybe other people. Have covered it this way to that it wouldn't have happened with him and it wouldn't have crashed with with him without him. I think that's exactly right and that's when when we wrote my first story and this was when the company was still on the rise we. I didn't come up with this but but the title one of my bosses did was with the I and we and and and you know it's just everything about this company. was. Just, CER- wrapped up in in in Adams great qualities which which company grow and then things kind of centered off off the rails.

Adam Newman New York Magazine New Yorker New York Times Maga New York City Reeves Contributing Editor John Jansen Softbank CER Dumbo Founder Soho Adams Executive
Should Business Follow Data or Gut Feel?

Duct Tape Marketing

04:54 min | 4 months ago

Should Business Follow Data or Gut Feel?

"Hello welcome to another episode of the duct. Tape Marketing Podcast, this is John Jansen, my guest today's Reeves Wiedeman. He is a contributing editor at New York magazine. Also featured in New Yorker New York Times Magazine Rolling Stone Harper's, and we're going to talk about a book that is fairly new called billion dollar loser, the epic rise and spectacular fall of Adam Newman and we work. So reeves welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. So. Why don't you give away the ending for for for people that that may be have followed this story Kinda give us the like. Here's you know here's what was going on at the high level. Here's what happened. Yeah. Fair enough while while a lot of people may know it but but the the the short version of the rise of we work in an office leasing company started in New York City that in the course of a decade expanded all over the world The basic business premise was slicing up large office spaces into small glass. Rent out. By Twenty Nineteen they had more than four hundred locations around the world A also had apartments they had started in elementary school. and a variety of businesses that required a lot of money and so eventually in in thousand nineteen, they decided to go public at of gob smacking forty, seven, billion, dollar valuation and in pretty spectacular fashion over over a few weeks in the summer and fall of last year the. Collapsed out of Newman, the company's founder was was ousted and He's spending most of his time surfing. So you know and the future for him and for the company's still remains to be seen, but it was pretty pretty remarkable rise in in a pretty shocking and swift fall. So the at the from the highest evaluation to like when it all shook out, what did it shed about eighty percent ninety percent You're GonNa make me do some math but you're outright it. It got up to forty seven billion at least in this theoretical way, and and this past spring Softbank, which is, is we were primary investor mark it down to just under three billion, two, point, nine, billion so a. Pretty shocking loss value in a very short amount of time. So. What was it? You did a series of interviews with adamant obviously a lot of other people that show up in the book but what what was kind of the timeline for your interviews because it was really pre crash, right? Yeah. I mean, we when I was I work at New York magazine and we had I decided to do this story at the beginning of Twenty nineteen in the. Reason we did it was was because we work with growing so fast, and because it it suddenly was was everywhere. We have an office in in Soho and in New York and suddenly there were half a dozen of them just a few blocks of where our office was and so we saw it as kind of a success story. We knew there was sort of strange things about the company and. It became very clear to me as I as a after interviewing Adam Newman last April April Twenty nineteen shortly before the IPO was announced. And then talking to people who'd worked with him some members of his executive team that everything that was good and bad about we work revolved around Adam Newman. He he was the visionary. He was the sort of branding expert and he was the. That, was driving company, and then as it became clear, he was also kind of embodied a lot of a lot of what what went wrong. So my only instance as I did work out of we work in Dumbo one time. A few years. Was it nice. Yeah. It was nice. It was like all the kind of. HIP places in that part of town. Are. Very minimal decor. So. It's interesting. You brought up that idea of all good things and bad things because in reading through the book you almost. And and maybe other people. Have covered it this way to that it wouldn't have happened with him and it wouldn't have crashed with with him without him. I think that's exactly right and that's when when we wrote my first story and this was when the company was still on the rise we. I didn't come up with this but but the title one of my bosses did was with the I and we and and and you know it's just everything about this company. was. Just, CER- wrapped up in in in Adams great qualities which which company grow and then things kind of centered off off the rails.

Adam Newman New York Magazine New Yorker New York Times Maga New York City Reeves Contributing Editor John Jansen Softbank CER Dumbo Founder Soho Adams Executive
Repurposed Content Can Increase Your Traffic 300%

Duct Tape Marketing

04:42 min | 4 months ago

Repurposed Content Can Increase Your Traffic 300%

"This is John Jansen. My guest today is Shayna wide singer. She is the founder and CEO of business called re. Purpose House. So Shayna thanks for joining me. Hey, thanks for having me John. So what did you do before repurpose repurposes actually fairly new business so was so give us your your your concise history to this point. Yeah, you got it. Well, I mean my back on video production and post production. So I was the only person in the household do how to use the video camera when I was like eleven. So I made a lot of fun awesome little videos not knowing that that would be what my path was actually later in life so I went to school for films at all of that I ended up landing a GIG. Doing some freelance work for a business coach I was doing some branding stuff for him some marketing, a lot of video production, and we were at the infusion soft conference that year it was two, thousand fourteen when it was in Phoenix and. We were kind of trying to make a big deal of his. How do you make a big deal out of business coaches booth, right? So we were running around with cameras and lights and big obnoxious and So many people kept coming up to me asking me about. For their businesses. And I kept hearing the same to pinpoints and it was either they had done. It was so expensive and they didn't see an Roi on five figures for one video right and they put it on Youtube one time and expected it to get a million heads. Or they had like their friends brother's nephew had movie and they did it on the cheap and didn't get anything out of it, and so I saw like a really big need for strategic video production for video marketing in general, and so I got really used to telling people know because they'd come to me and be like we want this massively long awesome video. Great. We are going to be like, no, because nobody cares about that. Let's get them to see content that gets them to care, and then also we'll tell them about who you are but. So in that whole. Capacity I ended up later doing a lot of video podcasts with clients. So we would you every month they come in studio with we'd sit him down. We'd interview and stuff and these little repurpose assets were part of that package, and so when I started to try to sell this video podcasting thing to existing podcasters, they'd be like we don't care about any of the other stuff we just want the assets like it you've made. The little square video mean with the captions and the whole thing we would throw our money at you and so I realized that that was not something that anybody just did like there's platforms you can get yourself that are awesome like headliner and stuff, and then there's like full-scale agencies where you're paying thousands and thousands of dollars for that in addition to other services. But nothing that was like a product is service that was niche. Niche Niche never really know which one it is. But so that's how kind of purpose house was born out of just seeing that there was a need afternoon after need and filling it. Could. After this knit. Niche. I got to know him for us at Jeffer- Gif Okay because that's a lot about you too. So Sake gift but I hear Jif but I just can't bring myself to use it. It is a millennial thing. Quite frankly because that terms been around forever and I know, I remember when I used to I used to say, say gift to my kids they like, what are you talking about like Oh that's what we call it. So. So I'm glad you started with video because. You know as you talk about on your website and I've talked about this for years you know content. finally realize we have to have it, but it's probably the hardest thing to create even even with the promise of such high Roi. and. So I've always told him a lot of times start with video just record a whole bunch of video because that's the easiest thing to repurpose you turn your. PODCAST you can turn it into a blog post if you want. So you know how I mean how you? How you approach just the the entire repurposing strategy. You know when you're talking to somebody because I mean obviously part of the promise of repurposing is you're GonNa get more for what you already got. So you know how do you look at that as a strategy for? So, for those who already have an existing well of content I like to dive into. Let's talk about the content that you have. You don't realize can be re purposed right. So blog post you can turn those into video. We'll take to one hundred words of a blog post. Make it a cool text motion style video those goal cast videos and then now that's an optimized video that's repurpose you send them back to your blog posts. So you hopefully Lee Jenner Ogden something there. But you can get like out of a good blog post at least three small repurpose assets for all of the social media channels with a good call to action. Also, you want to get them off of the social media platform.

Founder And Ceo John Jansen Shayna Youtube Phoenix JIF Lee Jenner Ogden
Why Rent Your Marketing When You Should Own It?

Duct Tape Marketing

04:57 min | 5 months ago

Why Rent Your Marketing When You Should Own It?

"Hello and welcome to another episode or the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John. Jansen my guest today actually have two guests today, Clem Huffman, and Alexa are Sierra with south. Print in Charlotte North Carolina. So clemen Alexa thanks for joining me. I. Start with do you founded this business in Nineteen Eighty Eight Let's change in the printing business hasn't. John Absolutely. You're making you're making plates and slap an on and everything weren't you? Won't of copies a of plates you're right lot of masking but yeah, it's changed the time. Yeah. So so we're GONNA talk about some of those changes because some of that came about from you. Probably in some ways the reason you brought Alexa on his you guys are doing more than just print. So Alexei your. Did I get this right. You are recent very recent Grad of UNC wars I. Am I graduated from Chapel Hill's media and journalism school this past may yeah. So I get to ask you how is the real word different than what teach you about marketing in school? Is actually kind of funny. I didn't fully study marketing and. Advertising and PR. which as you know is Large branches of marketing. So. It's definitely interesting. It's it's been a great experience working. Here at socity Prenton getting to implement marketing and. Utilize advertising and pr just of those things outside of a school setting. Impact as you say, I think the thing that's so hard to replicate a course in an in an academic setting is that you know that customer that walks in the door You know you're you're you're not just studying. What they care about I mean you're talking in your, you're feeling what they're. You know needing and wanting and and I think that that that's the part that you. You know it's like trying to replicate stuff in a laboratory. You just really again, it's a lot more enjoyable for sure. So. So printing is a very visual business obviously. The. It's amazing how you know ink on paper looks different than on a screen. Looks different than on camera on the phone and whatnot. Has Has. All of the shift to the virtual world made. The case for a printing business harder and I, answer either one of you. Think it's harder. certainly. In the last recession we were. There was a lot of migration to the -Ture. Techniques Communicating I think now there are a lot of there's a lot of data that suggests that tangible. documents a postcard to use. The simplest example. Has a lot more power than it did. It's it does get delivered the post office pretty good at delivering and it it it if it's good, it'll be retained. If it's good, it'll be used. We've kind of connected the tangible direct mail with some some Ma digital advertising. Through a partnership we've joined and we feel pretty good about the ability to multi touch. Selects authority on my chest adore. I'll just let's just savable I walked in the door and I said, you know I'll just text you this stuff I, mean, why would I need I mean what's how do you make the case for? Just what Clem talked about the multi touch the multi. Mediums I mean, how do you make the case for direct mail or for a print brochure these days? Yeah. Little something that Clement I talk about a lot is how I think some people might misunderstand the impact that direct mail and More traditional forms of marketing actually have on business effort. So for example, millennials. Actually are one of the. Biggest I guess demographics that benefit from enjoy receiving direct mail so I think it's the data is behind A. Direct mail and more traditional forms of print marketing. Where it's the data speaks for itself and also I think because more digital were straightforward forms of marketing are popular. Right now is a great way for businesses to stand out by using Prenton.

Alexa Clem Huffman John Socity Prenton Charlotte North Carolina A. Direct Chapel Hill Jansen Alexei Clement
"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Big 10 match up. Welcome back into a pregame show Brian Bush and John Jansen with you, John. After that narrow loss to Notre Dame back and weak to the Wolverines have been on operation turnaround. So far, so good. There's five and Oh, since ah, thorough second half after a shaky first half in Champagne last week. What's flip for the maize and blue? Well, I think it's just his confidence, you know, and this is You know, if you if you go back and we'll hear more from John Wangler is, you know they didn't really know who the quarterback was going to be going into this season. You know, John Wangler had been hurt, and you know, there's just when you have the two quarterback system, and you have a player like Anthony Corridor, and you're trying to develop that chemistry when you've got an offensive line. Like Michigan had at that time where you know in 1980. These guys were all first team big time, which is amazing to me, and that's you know, in a year, but this is development of that offensive line. You have the luxury of being able to have interchangeable parts in the backfield, and you've got a running back like a butch wolf folk. This is the opportunity for them to go out there and continued to establish what they are as a football team create that identity. We always know what three yards and a cloud of dust, but when you've got Anthony Carter At Michigan, and it changes the game. It changes it changed to both sham. Bechler Wass as as a play caller. When you have that weapon out there, and you want to utilize it, it's not always just hand the ball off. We can actually throw the ball downfield a little bit, No doubt. Michigan comes in is a 28 point favorite. But Indiana has some players. The quarterback Tim Clifford, strong, Mike Hark Rader, a loaded tailback. Coming into this game. He was the third leading rusher in the history of Indiana football. It did not have the feel of a 28 point spread. And that's not a knock on Michigan. That's a credit to Indiana and what they had at that time. A five and two ball club. Well, yeah, and this is This is a team that is well balanced. They can as well you don't be able to use their quarterback to get the ball downfield. They've They've established a rushing attack, and you always want to know when you go into a game. What's the identity of the team that you're playing against? And for this Indiana team and quite honestly? For almost all Indiana teams, even though they don't have much talent as a Michigan or a Penn State aura, Notre Dame or in Ohio State. They fight like hell for 60 minutes, and if there's anything I know, going back to even before this game and watching this game and watching all of the match up since then. Is that it's going to be a fistfight every time that you play Indiana. Let's get your keys to the game, first on offense for a Michigan offense that will start with B. J. Dickie, a quarterback John Wangler, you figure is going to get plenty of time in this one, when he didn't have the keys for Michigan's offense well for Michigan's offense, It's always going to be to control the line of scrimmage. You go back to, and obviously we're looking at this with the hindsight of 2020, but you go back to what The identity of abortion Bechler team Woz and I mentioned it just a few minutes ago, three yards and a cloud of dust when you've got a quarterback like BJ, Dickie Yeah, you can throw the ball downfield. You could hit Anthony Carter. But you're going to be handing the ball off to the lights of of a bushel folk. And when you have that ability, you've got to set the tone early and create dominance upfront. Get some yards on the ground. You know in in Indiana. If we've learned anything over the past half century of playing against them is they're going to stay in the game. They're going to try and keep it close. What you want to do is win the time of possession. Make sure that they don't have the ball. So hey, it's it's three yards and a cloud of dust to take some time off the clock. And then when you have the ability, throw the ball downfield. You take advantage of that with a player like Anthony Carter. How about the Wolverines Defense one that is limited foes to 12 points or fewer and all but one of the first seven games? Well, you're too the two players that you've got to be concerned with. If you're on the defense of Michigan is Tim Clifford, their quarterback, and Mike Hart Raider. They're running back. If you understand how this Indiana team is going to try to attack you, they're going to hand the ball off. They're going to try and establish a route the ground game and that's really what football was. At this time. It wasn't swing the ball around, but they're going to also try and create those opportunities and and very You know, in unique ways to try and get the ball downfield when you least expect it can't wait for this one homecoming here in Ann Arbor, Michigan, trying to get to seven and one on the season. Continue that push for 1/4 consecutive trip to Pasadena. Bob, you forgets a set for the match up with Indiana, including a conversation with the head coach Bo Sham. Bechler. When we come back, you're listening to Michigan football from a Lear field I MG college..

Michigan Indiana Anthony Carter John Wangler Wolverines football Tim Clifford Anthony Corridor Bechler Wass Champagne Dickie Yeah Brian Bush Ann Arbor John John Jansen Bo Sham Pasadena Mike Hark Rader Bob Ohio State
"john jansen" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket

97.1 The Ticket

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"john jansen" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket

"Kevin in Honolulu. I though, has been holding on patiently. He's next up in the sack. Help show, Kev Go ahead. Hey, guys, What's going on? By the way, your last guest. Probably hit on the head more in anybody's burden while working. We follow him at Barrett. Silly on Twitter at Barrett so you could just go right to my Twitter. Zach Galba was the last tweet out was his Twitter handle? Okay, So first of all, I think he's absolutely right in the fact that as usual, the big pen had a big head thinking that everybody else is going to fall in line behind him. Um, that didn't happen. They about Portugal in their face now, which is trying to deal with them. They're doing poorly. Some political standpoint. What? I was talking about it if you look at the fact and in the end the big 12 and where Maxwell Excuse me where their headquarters are, along with the big 12. And then you look at the headquarters for the other three conferences. If you kind of see what's going on right now, with cold and the rest of it, those headquarters were centered in areas where everything has been locked down, and it's still struggling on one side and the others. Are in areas where things have been opened up, and people are a little bit more independent minded in what they want to do and how they wantto take on things. And so I I think it's great for the players and the big men that are coming back because I think it was gonna hurt them. From the draft perspective. Everybody itself played. They did. Um, but I think it's I think his comments about the incredibly poor leadership in the Big Ben are are well founded. And and maybe we'll be a change after this year, Kevin thanks for the phone call. Here's the thing I said, That's the barrels. Say it again. You may think the big 10 made the right decision. You may think they made the wrong decision. I don't know, with the unknown in this world what was right. What was wrong? But what I do know what is what, right and what is wrong is the lack of communication. If the big 10 thought it wasn't safe, thoroughly explained your explanation. Because when you didn't do that we had John Jansen on who used to play for Michigan, played for Washington's football team. I said to him if I was a player in the big 10, I would want to know why I'm not playing. And to just be told health and safety. That's not a sufficient enough explanation. I need a clear cut explanation. I mean, you don't provide someone that It makes it seem as if they didn't have the answer. So it's all bent out of shape to me that the big 10 goes from in August. We're not playing to now in September. We're playing. Why don't you stick to your decision and like, Barrett said, and I agree with them wholeheartedly. It's all about fear. It's about fear, and it's about money. It's about fear about being wrong and you want to try to make much money as possible. That's what it is. This testing stuff. It's just the way that they could put it on out there in a vague term, make it look like they're good. Some people by most people won't So Hey, Big 10. You could have pulled the plug out from the season. You did. That's fine. To change after a month. That part I don't get because nothing really changed all that drastically in the world. Not too much from August. Now where we are in September, 16th really has changed all that drastically. So we get big 10 football back. It will be good. Hopefully we get through the season, there's going to be some hiccups. You know, there will be some hiccups. That's just part of it. And I'm happy that the sport is coming back. The big 10. You could have made the right decision your mind here, but the failure to explain it and the failure to actually hold firm to your decision that's weak. It is weak and there's no doubt about it. Get the Odell Beckham. I said yesterday with Odell Beckham when he says he's all about winning and production to stop telling me that you're all about winning..

Barrett Zach Galba Twitter Kevin Odell Beckham football Portugal John Jansen Honolulu Michigan Maxwell Washington
"john jansen" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"john jansen" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"John Jansen did join us, and we chatted about this report in the Big 10. How, even though earlier this month they released the schedule, then they told you six days later the season was going to be postponed. Now there's reports. That We could have big 10 football as soon as Thanksgiving. Maybe we could even have it as soon as January. 1st Here's John Jansen if he believes that the president will eventually okay this and allow football to be played in the fall in the big 10. I think it will be lucky to see big 10 football in January in any time before that. I don't see it happening to your point. What's gonna be different at the end of September or the beginning of November or the end of November? You're talking about 60 days. What changes that much in that amount of time to hold a football season starting football season. I think we're lucky to see it in January. I know people are getting excited today. And you should be like if your Ohio State that you have a shot to win a national championship with just the fields. You hear that the sport to be come back. Oh, my goodness gracious, But then you think about it. If they come back by Thanksgiving, you're not going to be a part of the college football playoff If the S E C. A. C C Big 12 have success because that college football playoff is still being scheduled to be played on Jan. One, and then the national championship game on either January. 11th orange. It is January 11th for the national championship game. Even though you're playing on Thanksgiving? Yes, there's excitement or we're going to see the sport back, maybe will be national champion. You're not going to be a.

football John Jansen S E C. A. C C Big Ohio president
"john jansen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:37 min | 6 months ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"1st? What do you feel right now? John Jansen. I think it will be lucky to see big 10 football in January in any time before that. I don't see it happening to your point. What's going to be different at the end of September or the beginning of November or the end of November? You're talking about 60 days. What changes that much in that amount of time to hold a football season starting football season. I think we're lucky to see it in January, so you don't think the president's bow down to fear here potentially of the other three power five conferences getting in their season? No, I think unfortunately, I think that they have stated their claim. They've planted their flag and they're going. They're going to ride with the decision that they've made so pretty much once again. This is another teas from the big 10. Like the schedule. They released the schedule. Then six days later, boom, they pull the rug out from underneath the season. What we're hearing today is another tease, though these student athletes and if that's the case Andi. Hey, Whoever got leaked, you know it got leaked, but I think that's disgraceful. If you don't think they're going to play, why even put this stuff out there today? Well and and that's why I go back to what I originally said. When we started our conversation until you hear from the president or chancellor's, or you hear that they're a part of the conversation. Everything else that happens. We've already seen athletic directors want to play football coaches want to play. The players want to play. But until you hear from the power brokers, the decision makers There really is no value to that conversation. John appreciate the time. Great stuff is always great Insight. Hey, Thanks for having me. You guys have a great weekend. You two There's John Jansen. If that happens if they don't play now, after this stuff was leaked out today, the big 10 really doesn't know the difference between their elbow on their ass like Let's just call it how it is. Think about this timeline. Think about the timeline. August 11th. We don't have a season six days earlier. We give you the schedule. Now you're teasing these student athletes again. This stuff was leaked about potentially started a season. Thanks Given January 1st. And John Jansen works for Big 10 radio and is plugged in, and a But, he says, doesn't necessarily mean it's going to happen. But if he thinks the president's aren't going to reverse that their decision What's the point of putting this information out there? I get these decisions aren't easy. I totally totally totally get that. You've got to be a little bit more careful here, and the reality is the big 10 made a decision. And then they got fearful that the other three conferences we're going to have success, and now they're trying to scramble to put it together to.

John Jansen president football chancellor
"john jansen" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:51 min | 7 months ago

"john jansen" Discussed on WEEI

"That Yes. To me. Any football is good football, right? I don't care what time of the year it's played, so I don't hear how you have to play what you have to wear. I think any footballs good football, But there are so many obstacles to overcome And right now it's it's It's mainly complicated by the fact that we still think that there may be some teams that play this ball that I mean, we'll see If that happens. We will see if that happens and everyone has to be safe in order for that to happen, But I'm not convinced that there is going to be football this fall. I just I'm not. I know that place is want to go full steam ahead, but I really do think In the end, it will be about the safety of the players first and foremost. And so I mean, look, this may be the time and we could talk about this to a czar. Last thing we can talk about here for players to organize. You know, the players don't have a voice. You are a college player, and you're a pro player. You didn't really have a voice as a college player. Do these players need a voice tohave and sit at the table and have their feelings be heard? They should They most definitely should. And and they are starting to be heard. But I tell you what if they want to be heard even louder, and they want to still play. What's wrong with trying to file an injunction? Um and say, Hold on a second here, we could still hit the pause button and see what happens in a couple of weeks. And don't think that it's just a matter of liability. In case somebody were to get sick and somebody were to die. Yes, there is liability there. But what about some of the lawsuits that may come from players that said, Hey, you have harmed my future potential earnings. This is I mean, and this is where we're at right now as well because there's there's no answer is a good answer, right and there is no right and quite honestly, I don't think there's a wrong because it's a lose lose situation, right? And look, I'm hoping that they're that something things get figured out to a point where we can see some football in the winter or the spring from the Big 10 and the Pac 12 and the Mac and all that that that to me would would salvage it in some way, if I knew that that was going to happen, this wouldn't be as much of a blow. But, you know, we love college football in the fall and all the pageantry that comes along with it. We love it as much as anybody but the same time we want to make sure this thing is being done correctly. Let me ask you guys a question. I know you guys probably up against the break, so I'll make it quick. Would you rather have a full 2021 fall football schedule as it's already on the calendar? Or would you be willing to modify that so that you could get a handful of games in in in what? We're calling the spring football? I would. I would be okay with modifying it. As long as I knew that we got games. I would be okay with it. And if I knew that everyone could follow the same protocols and know that it was safe and know that like it's the kind of thing was outside tested and that we knew people could have zero positive so that we know well, we know those guys get on the field that they're going up against people who are clean. It's like what In MBA games were not worried because we know everyone has been tested in that bubble. What I would say is the modified, scheduled at the Big 10 released last week to me was an interesting and very cool schedule. The crossover games are great. There were built in moments of Hey, if we need to take a step back, actually thought it was very well thought out schedule. If that was the schedule that appeared something like that in 2021 you get a few games at the beginning of 2021. I'm down with that. How about you, Johnson? I am and I'll tell you what I'm down with If we we get to January 1st, and who knows what we're talking about at that point knows if there's a vaccine or if there's a better way to treat it with somebody does get it. That's that's the wild card. But when January 1 rolls around I tell you, I am going to throw one of the best parties and you guys are my 1st 2 inviting you get it. We're there. We'll be there for you. Let's hope it happens. And let's hope we do get football. Thank you for bringing some clarity. Clarity to this discussion with us. You can check him out on in the trenches is his podcast is other podcast is conquering heroes, which is great. You can hear Mom playbook. John Jansen. Thanks for joining us. John Jansen, 77 on Twitter and my right? Yep. You nailed it. I appreciate it. Thanks for your time, fellas. You're the best. Keep doing what you do. All right. There you go. That that clarity. I couldn't say the word clarity. That was my problem. I couldn't say that's unclear you are. It's unclear. I am all right. Let's take a break. Difficult situation You heard from the guy right there. He told you it's weren't a difficult situation. And you know what? That is the mess. Hopefully, we get through it on the right side and people stay health as you mention this program is brought to you by rocket march by Quicken loans, rocket mortgages with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience. We're right back. It's Cabral is filling in for Jim Rome in.

football John Jansen Jim Rome Quicken Cabral Twitter Johnson
"john jansen" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"This is John Jansen. My guest today is rich Brooks. He is founder of flight new media and creator of the agents of change digital marketing conference. Something we're gonna talk about today. So rich, thanks for joyous. Hey, it's a great pleasure to be on your show, John. So you've been doing this conference for a few years. And I guess the first question I have is what's the name? That's a good question. So the agents of change came out of a previous conference, I put on for a few years called social media f t w with a few friends, but after three years the band broke up, and I was thinking about doing another conference when it happened to run into. Chris Brogan who said, oh, I love to something sometimes. So I'm like, I know I have to do this conference. I couldn't use the same name, and I wanted to bring in search and mobile marketing to the mix because I feel like social is just one aspect of what we should be doing. And I started going through the thesaurus, which is always a tough word for me to say. And I had this idea of, you know, a an accelerated, like social media's in excel, so I went on there looked it up, and I found, but I'm like exceleron world, like accelerate expo doesn't roll off the tongue that led me to catalyst, which is a nice hard case ounce on a catalyst. Still wasn't working for me. Looked it up one more time. And I saw agent of change. And if you saw Alvis right, John, you know, I'm a huge superhero nerd, and I could already envision the three agents of change for search social and mobile marketing, and that is where the name came from so in preparation for this, because you do the conference in have your business in the city of Portland. Yeah. Portland. Maine. I was gonna go there because I, I did a little search. I said, fun facts about Portland Maine and how the little Sner ch- search snippet of position zero that Google puts up there. It was five fun facts about Portland, Oregon. So even Google doesn't know necessarily were Portland Maine, is, so I'm guessing that the agents of change conference is kind of a big deal in Portland, may I like to think it is, I mean we like to think ourselves as one of the coolest conferences in New England. It is more of a regional thing, though. We do get people from all around the country and sometimes all around the world. Visit but I would say the majority of people who attend in person are from New England, and then we also have a virtual pass with a live stream, and we actually get people literally from all over the world including places like Australia. And I'm like I guess they're getting up in the middle of the night to watch. So we're gonna talk about conferences, and putting them on because you've got a little experience doing so but is that the only conference that you currently put on? Yeah. I mean, we do other workshops and I just recently started a new brand called fast forward main where we're putting on a business workshops around the state, but the big the big tent pole event is definitely agents of change conference. So. Let's talk specifically about that one who, who should go to your conference, every human being now, we really focus on digital marketing, so, especially in Maine that tends to be people who have social media manager or digital marketer marketer in their title. But of course, a lot of small businesses around here, so we get a lot of people who are doing things who might be owners or entrepreneurs, and we get a lot of agency owners who show up to, I think, because they listen to my pod cast for new ideas. And so in the last years, we've gotten a lot more agency owners and consultants. So let's flip than to events in general. Is that something that, you know, first off, I'm just gonna admit if or heart? So you, you said they are heart. So is that something that a lot of businesses should be thinking about getting into I wouldn't say a lot of businesses? But people ask me like why do you put on a conference? It seems like a lot of work, and I'm like it is, that's the beauty of it. I mean, how hard is it to put up another Facebook post or an Instagram photo? Anybody can do it in. Everybody is doing it, but to put on an event. And I'm not saying that you need to make it as big or small as our conference. We between three hundred fifty to four hundred people, but I'm saying that it immediately elevates, everything that we're doing in the state to another level. So when people come to the agents of change conference suddenly rich Brooks, and flight, you media get a lot more visibility flooding medias are digital agency. So because of that than when we get into a lot more conversations around the state, and even outside the state about, oh, should we talk to flight about our website or SEO or social media so of your struggling with maybe some of the digital marketing stuff in outreach? Especially if you're new, I strongly recommend taking a look at vents because a lot of your competition, just don't have the stomach to put it on. Yes, it sounds as I heard you describe that little bit of the advice, where people say you should have a book because it sort of elevate your status as an influence in some ways. That's what you're saying about the conference. Absolutely. And I've written a book and I've gotten work directly out of it. So I know that works, and I've gotten worked directly out of the agents of change conference, just as a side note, I had for years, a friend of mine's business, and I kept on saying, like you really need. New website, lake your website was built in seventeen twenty four. It's time for an upgrade. This person wouldn't spend five thousand dollars on it. They ended up winning ticket to the conference of all things came to the conference ended up talking to my creative director and ended up, sending signing deal for twenty thousand dollars worth of design. I'm like, I couldn't convince you after five years and you come to meet him for fifteen minutes. So again, it elevates. You put you at another level. And I think that's great for business owners who are looking for a competitive edge. So in web term seventeen twenty four was like five years ago. Right. Exactly. So what was the huge thing that you learned when you first started doing this? So what I tell anybody just starting off his first of all, it's totally okay to start small like you can start with twelve people in a room, if they're the right twelve people. That's one aspect like there's no size too small. It's about putting yourself in front of the right audience or building the right audience. But the other thing that I found over time as people started asking me questions as there's three main categories that any successful ventured focus on which, I now, call three S's, and it's speakers, sponsors and seats is in putting butts in them, and I can speak to any one of them, but it's about having the right people on stage and that could just be you. It's about bringing in some sponsors. Especially when you get to a certain size to help bring down the cost, and then it's also about making sure that you've got a way to make sure that you fill the seats because you have the best speakers, a lot of sponsors, but your events. Fail if nobody shows up. So let's talk about balancing those folks a little bit because sometimes what is sponsor wants out of what's win for them may not be a win for. Attendees is I mean, is that a constant struggle that is a struggle end? It's I've definitely made the mistake over promising something for sponsor. And then realizing that may be I've, I've not really treated, my attendee. The way they should have been treated. And this is something I've learned the hard way. And of course, now GDR pay this becomes an even bigger issue. But, you know, one of the things that we say with our sponsors now is like, we, we can't share emails anymore. Like that's just not something we do contact information. But I have had some pushback in, in years past, and with, with, with the sponsors, I think it's just about getting up front with him. And having intelligent conversations, what do you wanna get out of this event? Like, are you looking? I've had people come to me, and they're like, I just want to be associated with your brand other people are like I'm just looking for a. My own personal brand awareness, and then I've got people were like I need fifteen leads out of this, and based on what they're looking for, then I can help them create something customized. So that even if I'm not giving them the name address, and blood type of every single attendee giving them the opportunity for them to succeed. And maybe that means that I'm doing something special from stage for them. Or maybe it means that we're creating some special videos, a kind of pump them up or talking about them on the podcast. But it's about finding those winds for them where you're not selling your soul or the information of era,.

Portland Maine rich Brooks John Jansen Google Chris Brogan founder Australia Oregon New England Facebook Alvis director Instagram five years twenty thousand dollars five thousand dollars
"john jansen" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"So now he talked about that. John Jansen spoke about his fifteen years in the NFL. And if you had a chance to do it all over again. He recommend that every mother and grandmother and father in the room, you know, talk about the opportunity with their children about how they supported their decision to play. Don't make them play. But if they have a desired experience football don't be the one to hold them back, be the one to reach out and. Support that decision. She that's John Jansen one time total aside. Let's take the right hand turns on this podcast is we've been as we've been told at that John Jansen one time about his time when you're planning to Washington, and he had to brother goes to broken thumbs and a taped up both hands. They had them all tight. They couldn't move me was totally immobile that thumbs are out the hands. Whatever yet he didn't miss a start. And he didn't miss a game, the love of the game that he has. And how he went out there with his hands like that. And that's a lineman that we know you're not supposed to hold. But you can't lock in on the inside of the jersey, they do let you lock in. And that's pretty hard to do with broken thumbs and he's out there with broken thumb, broken hands. All immobilize and yet, never missed the play never miss the start for Washington and was a really good player for that for a long time to point to go with that. And we've talked and Chris Hutchinson talked about this. When a decision is made like that to play every player wants to play. There's no player coaches you wanna play. But there is a doctor and there's a trainer. That evaluates the thumbs evaluates the position that his hands are going to be in and the risk of further damage to those thumbs or to those hands, or to him physically, because he can't hold off somebody another another injury could could take place. And the doctor is involved in that decision. The trainer is involved in that decision to coach is involved in that decision. So when he's put out there to play it wasn't just John John saying, I'm gonna show you the NAMA man, and I'm going to go out there and play. There are people above his great pay and above the coaches great pay that are saying that that's not safe and he will not play. And, and we've reached that point in our in our development in handling injuries. Not just concussions, but all injuries you probably appreciate that as a coach where you can it's out of my hands. I don't want it. I want the decision when I just want the dot gimme air, nay. It's a, it's a name, we're not going to discuss it. I'm not going to sit there and argue with. With you. He doesn't play and the player going to. No, you're not playing and that's your adamant about it. And, and the coaches, I've been around and certainly here at the university of Michigan final say, is a doctor or somebody. That is, is an independent decision maker in that process at later on in the spring juicy hockey. Don't do the same same thing with your with your brother. Is that how that works McKinsey? It's a lot about, you know, at the end of the day, there's a lot more consideration these days about the future, the after that the thinking goes way beyond just that current game or the current season. It's, you know, when you're forty five and retired. Folks want you to be remembering correctly. They want you to be functioning to the best of the abilities versus you know, we learn now more so than ever about the aftermath in the effects of concussions on people as they grow older. Which is now really at the forefront of people's thinking. So a lot of stuff is even more precautionary. And a lot of the recovery is even a little bit longer. They'll have you sit out and do a little bit extra treatment, or a little bit more arrest just to protect you for the future and for years to come. You know, when you're a dad grandpa, etc. So that you're know functioning to the best of your abilities for the rest of your life, not just for the Stanley Cup finals, but apparently the in the finals, so kid have your wires Chuck Schumer broke joy got there and play anyway..

John Jansen John John Washington NFL Chuck Schumer Chris Hutchinson university of Michigan hockey fifteen years
"john jansen" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"This is John Jansen. I guess today is Jenny bike. She's a former career development program manager at Google, and she is also the author of what to do when you need to move out of your parent's basement, now that's not we'll get back to that win. We're gonna talk about today, pivot, the only move that matters is your next one so Genentech's joining town, thank you for having me. I wish I wrote what to do when you move out of your parents sounds like a great title. I, I was talking about one time about something to do with some sort of newish technology and some I'm guessing, you know, twenty five this year old said you're old. What do you know about that? So I, I so I had to write back to say come up out of your parents basement before they take away your Atari or something like that. I can't remember some sniping remark goodness. Yeah. That alternate title pivot is how to not end up in van down by the river. So before we get into your lives book, what is it career development program manager do Google? I was there for five and a half years and halfway into my time there, a so during that five years the company grew from six thousand to thirty six thousand employees, and one major issue became retention. How hired all these smart recent grads from Ivy league schools. How do you then keep them once you get them there? And that was becoming an issue, where these people were hitting. Plateaus one or two years into their time at the company and so under the people operations department, they created a career development team and I have been doing side projects related to this. So my job was, my, my biggest project was launching a global drop in coaching program, but in general are charge was creating programs that would help people learn grow within the company and math or next move within the company. So they didn't feel that their only option was to leave. Imagine an.

program manager Google John Jansen Genentech Jenny people operations department Ivy league schools Atari development team five years two years
"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Dwarf, Doug, Karsh, John Jansen Tony Butler and everyone associated behind the scenes to make these broadcasts possible. Chris Farris, Jack Khandan Jeff for mean. Dave Avalon Chad shepherd, and so many more that I don't have time to name. There are a lot of people who make these broadcasts happened. We sincere. Shirley. Thank you for tuning in without you. They would be possible. Well, offbeat the final final time. It's Florida forty-one Michigan fifteen year in the two thousand eighteen chick filet peach bowl until tomorrow for Michigan men's basketball against Binghamton. Thank you so much for listening today at all season long right here on the Michigan IMG sports network. Thanks for listening to Walgreens football the Michigan IMG sports network. Today's broadcast was brought to you by metro Detroit. Chevy dealers. Chevy drives the motor city. Absopure the official bottled water of Michigan athletics. Meyer your home store advantage for Michigan tailgating state farm agent today at eight hundred stay far and by barbasol making razors to no-brainer tried to Barbara saw entre six plus executive producer of the Michigan. IMG sports network is Tim Brunetti associate producers, Chris Perez and Ron melding network manager, Jack Condon, I've staff announcer. Jeff Lawrence with a special thanks to Michigan athletic director, Lord manual and the staff at management of flagship station W w j Detroit university of Michigan football is an exclusive presentation of I m Jean America's home for college sports. This is the official voice of Michigan sports. Sports talk. Ten fifty WT Cayenne Arbor tickets. A Cumulus state. Eleanor a biology major at Princeton brings her boyfriend rob home to meet her two moms. She tells them she's hired a private investigator to find her father Nadine her non biological mother thinks it's a great idea. But Allison her biological mother insists that her father a one night stand in college never knew she existed..

Michigan W w j Detroit university of Mi Chevy Dave Avalon Chad shepherd Chris Farris Walgreens Detroit official Doug Jeff Lawrence Shirley Tony Butler Jack Condon Binghamton Tim Brunetti John Jansen Allison Eleanor Karsh Chris Perez
"john jansen" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"Hello. And welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Jansen my guest today is Seth Godin. He is the author of eighteen international bestseller's. But I better check because it may have changed by the time. It's nineteen now dig nickname. Do I should've trust should have checked, and certainly to be translated in many, many languages many of you listeners know that suspect on when we talked about unleashing the idea virus? Maybe even permission marketing, if we'd go back that long purple cow tribes run out of time. If I listen to all, but today, we're going to talk about this is marketing, you can't be seen into your learn to see so welcome back. Well, thank you. I think the key word is you said another episode and you're persistent generosity is the secret of marketing. So bravo. Well, thank you very much. And I again, I could spend five or six minutes talking about your generosity, but let's get to the content showing. Let's unpack this first element. Until you learn to see what what does that mean? Well, there's two kinds of marketers. There's a selfish marketers who are short term short, cutting narcissists. They're the ones who are getting in front of people because they want to market to them. And then there's the other kind of marketer to long-term player the one who's making a difference who's marketing with people, but you can't market with them until you see them until you know, who they are until you have the empathy to want what they want or at least to help them get what they want and too often. We're in such a hurry because we feel like we're drowning that we forget to offer other people fest, and I I work with lots and lots of very small businesses who, you know, they wanna cut down trees, and they want to repair plumbing and things like that and marketing is actually sort of nasty thing that they feel like they have to do sometimes. And and I think the the real challenge for a lot of folks like that is that the kind of just copy what they see so many other people doing. Thing even if it is wrong. I mean, how do you how you know? How do you take somebody like that that essentially is not a marketer who says I've got a market. But I, you know, all the examples that are not all, but a lot of examples that I see are teaching me the wrong things. Well, I I'd say they are marketers. They might not be marketing purpose. But if you are out in the world trying to make change happen of any kind your marketing. That's what marketers do. And the I got a piece of spam. From somebody. We could go it's at high intern from BYU, can you please answer this survey for my company, and there were so many elements of it that were clearly spam? And I had nothing better to do so back, and I said, you know, you don't have to do work. You're not proud of even when you're an intern at it begins a pattern of say, well, I'm just doing my job. You don't have to do that. You could do work that matters. Instead and the kid was sort of stunned and wrote me back nice long note, which was gratifying, but my point was if you. To be a plumber. If you wanna be a tree surgeon, the fact is you will be judged, and you will be judged by how you treat. It are precious attention, and you will be judged by how you kept your promises, and you will always be able to find someone who will go lower than you always do you wanna race to the bottom because the problem with racing to the bottom as you might win. The alternative is to say, I know how I would like to be treated. I know how I would like to be seen. And that's the way I'm gonna treat other people you make it sound so logical. Well, you know, I'm not trying to make it sound easy. What? But we see it every so like, for example, the heating in boiling guy boiler repair guy came to my house yesterday. And even though we've been working together for years because stuff breaks he insisted on putting booties on before he came into the house. And I said you don't have to Buddhism going straight to the basement. He said, no, no, it's a habit. This is the way I do it..

Seth Godin intern John Jansen BYU six minutes
"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"This is John Jansen check out. My new podcast in the trenches. We talk all things Michigan football, including exclusive interviews with players coaches. And alumni in the trenches is available for download on many podcasts platforms including tune in. Apple and Google play. You can also find every episode online at 'em, go blue dot com slash in the trenches. Don't miss your chance to go in the trenches with me, John Jansen. At bluecross blueshield of Michigan and blue care network. We work hard to show our members how much we value them. It's nice to know they feel the same way. We're proud to receive the twenty eighteen JD power award for having the highest member satisfaction. Among commercial health plans in Michigan. Every day. Our focus is all about serving our members. To learn more. Visit BC DSM dot com for JD power two thousand eighteen award information, visit JD power dot com slash awards. Walgreens football is brought to you by O'Reilly auto parts legal Reilly auto parts for all of your car care deeds. Get guaranteed low prices and excellent customer service at a Reilly auto parts, better parts, better prices every day. No the worst commercial. And I'm Jack we're the plow guys. Keep your driveway clean commercial businesses. They helped to the customized insurance plan that keeps the road, and that's newsworthy shouting out loud simultaneously enthusiastic..

bc jd power michigan google walgreens apple football
"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Option and shape Patterson holding onto it after faking to the running back and he's getting some room. It'll be second six for the wolverines. And that really adds another another layer to this Michigan offense of this section for shape. Patterson to be able to run. Option. Well, we've just got an announcement from the officials John there's lightning within the designated area and for the safety of the fans and both teams they are postponing this football game or delaying this football game. And both teams will now head to their locker room. So we expect the weather. Doug CarShield down on the sideline. You saw that weather coming. And clearly there was a lightning strike near the stadium within the specified area. And it's just a rule. The NC double A's is the tooted once they get that lightening strike in that area. No questions asked game is suspended while you guys are facing east. I am looking back at the press box to the west it is dark and ominous. I this does not surprise me. So multi back to their locker rooms, look I grew up and played in a soccer league where there was a lightning strike at the game before the hit some people. So I guess I'm a little sensitive to this. But I think it should be taken very seriously. The hard part, of course is getting fans to comply shelter areas. Nearby for fans to go to but good luck getting them to comply. That's going to be the top part. You've got almost the full house here. I'm still amazed. John Jansen we're five fifteen left to play first quarter. And there's that section of the upper deck. Well, they don't have anybody in it. I know it is surprising. And it's not like they're roping it off because there are sprinkled in there. A few fans. But you would expect this game to be a sell out completely. But clearly there are seats available here at Spartan stadium. But that it really.

Patterson John there Doug CarShield Spartan stadium Michigan John Jansen football
"john jansen" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"Hello welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast this is john jansen i'm back with a solo episode so thanks for tuning in just to remind her love those reviews if you wanna go to it tunes and then you can also check out some of the things that i talk about on this show at the show notes said duck tape marketing dot com about voice search today so this is i guess let's define it it is the the increasing numbers of people that are turning to search devices not necessarily search engines per say yes we can do it on a laptop in chrome browser we can do it on our phone android or iphone and then of course we've all got smart speakers now these alexa and google home so this is how people are actually now executing searches google find me a salon or google do this and again it's not all just direction based a lot of it's going to be assistant based it's going to be playing our music it's going to be turning our lights off so we have to i think as marketers start embracing this idea of search using voice because you know all of a sudden now it's not ten results on a page and the maps and the ads now it might be one result or to results or three results at the most research out there com score says fifty percent of searches will be voice based by twenty twenty so are we at panic mode i don't know if that's the case but we certainly are at pay attention mode time even for the smallest of businesses in fact local businesses i think this is coming faster at you than you might have realized or understood mobile voice related searches are three.

john jansen alexa google twenty twenty fifty percent
"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"And and so um but but the the one bottom line of defense is that they love to compete they were really tough they took uh really hard coaching and they got better and better and better sues one on it and um you know i really uh i really felt like uh that was the and and and the other thing about that offense of lineup john jansen was as good a leader as i've ever been around i'm going in and and this is you know over a span of thirty five years or coach and you got a guy like john janssen you know that every once in the saint h do it the right way and in um he was he was fabulous because uh you know uh he set the pace for everybody else and when you had a a leader like that then um you know you had a chance yeah john's good very vocal and he he he didn't do a lot of unnecessary talking but he did a lot of necessary talking which is what we need now and he was a guy like savings other he definitely no desk it was right to vote him as the captain that year you know so but you got john and yet for the offense yet island and and these guys just really came together that you here as an offensive line coach of course you're trying to teach the guy that the most basic levels to block and to move your feet but his bigger than add on the cali on the collegiate level uh you know what what are you looking for first of all in an offense of lime and i've heard people talk about you wanna got in a different the different things that you want out of a guy but as an office of line coach yourself what are you looking for what are you looking for as you recruiting a guy that you're trying to bring in here right right well you know you have to have some some certain uh uh size requirements that you're looking for in and uh athletic ability that you're looking for in a in a big man boat really you cannot be a great offense of lima unless you've got great toughness and you're a smart football player if if if things are confusing you and you don't understand schemes and can't see the big picture you can't compete on a on.

john jansen john janssen john lima football thirty five years
"john jansen" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"john jansen" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Wrapping up patrick ramsey around a field goal post and training camp for dickinson college i with the redskins my second year because john jansen was kind of the guy that would do things like that ramsey it held out and was a first round quarterback late first round but a first round quarterback nonetheless and so jansen told me to help woman so i dead because i was the right guard chance was the right tackle we were kind of buddies so that was interesting to actually taper human being two but to a field goal posts like that outta tape of all the tape to restricted guy i can tell you that much that's one thing i've learned man there's a million other funny stories that i could tell overtime in i probably well that's one that for whatever reason terms of a prank i guess kind of keenum i don't i don't philip is as many pranks maybe as people think that there are maybe i just can't remember i don't know anyway pretty sure at the question hopefully there's more aware that came from over the next couple days ross ross tucker dot com here on the ross tucker football podcast though do it for us on a monster monday will have a andrew on wednesday with all the business of about to start free agents the tampering period and thursday will move on the next position with professor greg coast sell other than that you guys know the deal with it turns rankings comments the torch about spread the word spot to cover may stay males of it we're.

patrick ramsey dickinson college redskins john jansen andrew the deal philip professor