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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Dan Jessup. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Dan Jessup, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Dan Jessup. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Dan Jessup, often where they are interviewed.

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Dan Jessup, "The Mind-Reading Barista"

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Lovelorn lad Kenny R. thinks his favorite barista has a sixth sense… for romance.

Sep 06 2020 · 9mins
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Episode 37: Dan Jessup's Second Team Open Win!

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Andrew and Gary discuss what's popular in the Magic the Gathering metagame! Follow us on Twitter at @MTG_BrewCrew and subscribe to us on iTunes Stitcher, Spotify, and SoundCloud! Intro and outro song by Ryan Ricigliano. Intro-monologue background music is Final Fantasy 7 Prelude by composer Nobuo Uematsu.

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Feb 15 2020 · 1hr 7mins
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Great Question | What, Me Worry? | Dan Jessup (Audio)

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“I am an old man and have known a great many troubles, but most of them never happened.” —Mark Twain.
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Jul 28 2019 ·
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Episode 20: Commercial Real Estate with Dan Jessup of Jones Lang LaSalle

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In this episode of Brandstorm, we welcome Dan Jessup, executive vice president of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Wisconsin office. Dan joins us to discuss why the location you choose for your business is so important, and what to look for when starting up or moving.

Dan Jessup A commercial real estate broker for over 27 years, Dan explains that one of the main differences between residential and business real estate is that the former is fueled by emotion, while the latter is based on facts. Examples can include demographics, average income per household or the population within a 5-mile radius. A business owner may not have a handle on those aforementioned statistics, which is where a broker can truly assist. Brokers have a wealth of market knowledge, experience in your business’ field and understand current market conditions.

Jones Lang LaSalle For over 250 years, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has been a trusted partner to organizations who want more value from the commercial real estate they own, use or invest in. An international Fortune 500 company, JLL’s 70,000 employees deal with every facet of commercial real estate – from transaction management to construction and design management – in 80 countries.

Current Commercial Real Estate Trends Though trends come and go, Dan states that millennials are contributing to offices being more collaborative in nature. Gone are the days of corner, private offices and in their place are more communal workspaces. The current average occupancy per 1,000 square feet is about 6-8 employees, up from 4-5 within the last five years. These staff members spend less time at their desks, more time working from home (or from a separate, third location) and more time collaborating with others on premises. Technology has also made a lot of space initially needed for computer towers, server rooms or paper files obsolete.

Is It Better to Buy or Lease? This is an important question with no good answer, Dan tells us. If you’re in the market to purchase, it’s key to know the ROI of your own company first. If that number is above 10%, Dan recommends investing back in your own company versus in real estate. If your business is experiencing fast growth, you may want to look into leasing, especially from a landlord with multiple properties, in the event that you need to relocate or your company outgrows your original space.

What Questions Should You Ask a Broker? Dan suggests that since the industry has become so specialized, business owners should work directly with brokers within their city who deal directly in their field, whether that’s retail, office, or warehouse space. He also mentions that a great broker should know more about your own location than you do! By working with someone who is well-versed in your arena, you’ll easily be able to vet a broker by inquiring about the tenants they’ve served or currently work with, what lease terms they’re under and how recent those agreements are.

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Feb 14 2018 · 20mins
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155: Dan Jessup

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DAN JESSUP and his freedom beard liberate the PopFury Podcast! Dan chats about his South America travels, leaving the corporate world to focus on the creative arts, the cool projects his friends are doing and Microsoft's "cool" e-mail to interns.

This episode's music is provided by Laurie Jane and the 45s.


0:00 “Talking” by Laurie Jane and the 45s

1:00 Dan is sporting a “freedom beard.” He took a leave of absence from Groupon and traveled South America for 6 weeks.

6:05 “The Leaving” by Laurie Jane and the 45s

6:50 He left Groupon and is focusing on his creative career for now.

12:00 “Voodoo Charm” by Laurie Jane and the 45s

12:30 Dan apparently only consumes media produced by friends and his sister’s blues album, "Laurie Jane and the 45s"; his childhood friend’s book “Your Favorite Band is Killing Me” or his comedy pal’s stand up album “For Amusement Only” 

21:45 “One Less Lonely Night” by Laurie Jane and the 45s

22:05 Sammy thinks Dan’s friends recommended the book “What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding” so Dan would hook up on vacations 

26:55 Dan ruminates on being more calculated person in the creative arts, returning to performing, and voice work he’s done.

31:50 Sammy learns about EQ vs IQ in the workplace.

35:35 “Buck” by Laurie Jane and the 45s

36:20 Microsoft sent a “cool” email to its interns. Sammy uses a very contemporary “cool” reference un-ironically.

41:15 Outro, “Don’t Put No Headstone On My Grave” by Laurie Jane and the 45s

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Jul 10 2016 · 43mins