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25: Taking Risks, Being Intentional, and An Unconventional Path with Jeff Hanel • Auburn


Jeff Hanel is the Director of Post-Production at Auburn. He shares with us his unique path into video production, why he is intentional about every shot he uses, and tells us that sometimes it might be worth putting your job on the line for something you know will work.

1hr 5mins

23 Nov 2020

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Ep. 74: Director of Video/Post-Production at Auburn Athletics, Jeff Hanel: How Pumpkin Dunkin’ and Pure Passion Fuels His Many Hours Video Making

How The F**k Did You Get That Job?

How the f**k did Jeff Hanel go from selling Volvos to winning Emmy Awards for his incredible cinematography skills? Jeff graduated from Northwestern State University then went on to get his bachelor of performance in music from Edith Cowan University in Australia. After playing trombone for two years in the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra, Jeff tried his hand at sales in the European car industry. In 2009, Jeff created J.A.Y Hanel Productions, getting his feet wet in the content game. Jeff then transitioned into the college sports space in 2012, joining forces with  Baylor University as their associate director of athletic video production. In Waco, Jeff was tasked with providing creative content for all athletic programs. This takes us to the present day where Jeff is the director of video & post-production at Auburn University. Jeff is responsible for the creation of all sports content coming out of the prestigious Auburn University. So what was Jeff’s aha moment that got him into videography? And how do Volvo commercials fit into all of this?


9 Nov 2020

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Jeff Hanel the Director of Post-Production for Auburn Athletics

Sports As A Job

Our guest today is Jeff Hanel the Director of Post-Production for Auburn Athletics. Previously, he was the Associate Director of Athletic Video Productions and Creative Lead for Baylor University from 2012 to 2014. His journey started over nearly 20 years ago as a musician who lived in Australia for three and a half years. We discuss how him questioning why, ultimately led him down his career in sports. Each day of our lives is an opportunity to learn. As amazing as he is in art, he seems like a philosopher at heart. Jeff shares his approach to pushing his creativity to new levels. How does he approach work? How does he approach work-life balance? How does he approach life? Learn how asking why can lead you to surpass what you think your ceiling is. This episode is filled with philosophy, creative advice, and shows you the true side of what it's like working in sports. This podcast is possible due to the donations of its supporters. Donate here if you believe in what we do: https://anchor.fm/sportsasajob/support You can follow Jeff on Twitter and Instagram @sportsvid. Watch his streams on Twitch here. Send us your feedback and send us questions on our Social Media Platforms: Twitter @sportsasajob Instagram @sportsasajob Facebook @sportsasajob LinkedIn: Sports As a Job Visit our website www.sportsasajob.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sportsasajob/support

1hr 1min

12 Jul 2020

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Jeff Hanel - Greet the Customer (Step 1)

The Fire Time Podcast

If you want an effective sales process it has to start with greeting the customer. Now, most people think this isn't something that needs practice—and they're wrong! The truth is that you are on the playing field as soon as a customer walks into the showroom and you can only make a first impression once.  In this conversation, you'll learn: The two questions you have to ask in the greeting process (this is something that most companies miss) What the "5 words of death" are and how to avoid them (this will kill the ability to build rapport) How to use a framework for greeting a customer without becoming a robot (if you practice this, you are going to win any first impression) It's the first step in our seven step sales process and it can't be ignored. The next 6 episodes are going to build on this to flesh out a sales process that you can use right away to move the needle in your company. The Fire Time Sales Process: Greet the Customer Understand Their Problem Advise a Solution Make a Plan Call to Action Pursue Show Gratitude


10 Sep 2019

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