Are you curious about the future of the workplace and what it means for the office market?On this episode we were joined by David Kahn, Director of Market Analytics at CoStar Group where he discussed the current state of the office market, how has the pandemic reshaped the workplace and the key factors he tracks to monitor the office market.About CoStar GroupCoStar Group, Inc. is the leading provider of commercial real estate information, analytics and online marketplaces. Founded in 1987, CoStar conducts expansive, ongoing research to produce and maintain the largest and most comprehensive database of commercial real estate information.LinksTo learn more about CoStar Group, click herehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/dkahn23/
Introduction: The Twins became competitive in the early 2000s after a decade of misery and have played beyond the regularly scheduled season in half of the 20 years from 2002-2021. But that hasn't stopped them from being absolutely dominated by the Yankees, a trend that continued Tuesday at Target Field in a 10-4 loss. Minnesota is now 38-110 against the Yankees -- including 2-16 in the playoffs -- since the start of the 2002 season, an almost unfathomable run of .257 baseball against one team. 8:00: Gophers basketball coaches Lindsay Whalen and Ben Johnson join host Michael Rand for a look at the seasons ahead and trying to stay afloat in recruiting during the transfer portal era. Whalen notes that it's tough keeping up because she has to recruit the portal, re-recruit her own players and bring in high school talent, all while assessing her current team. But it's the way of the sport in 2022. Both coaches are gearing up for the start of summer workouts next week with an influx of new talent. 23:00: The Lynx fell to 3-9 and caused Rand to invoke the name David Kahn. Plus some thoughts on Andrew Wiggins and the NBA Finals.
We're remembering the legacy of David Kahn as the Timberwolves welcome a new head honcho, discussing a wheels off Eastern Conference Finals, and heaping praise on Gregg Popovich. Plus, Mavs Time and when is enough enough?
Minnesota Timberwolves hire Tim Connelly and why A-Rod and Marc Lore played a big factor in landing Connelly; What's next for the Wolves and why they're turning a corner for good; (30:30) Pecking Order on the best and worst hires in Minnesota sports involving head coaches and executives involving Terry Ryan, Brad Childress, Denny Green, Andy McPhail, Tom Thibodeau, Kevin McHale, David Kahn and more
While visiting Scottsdale, Arizona, Andy Johnson met up with Tim Jackson and David Kahn of Jackson Kahn Design (@JKDgolfdesign). Tim and David got their start working for Tom Fazio's organization, founded their own firm in 2009, and went on to do striking, ambitious work at Monterey Peninsula Country Club and Scottsdale National Golf Club. In this episode, they describe their design style, share stories of working for Bob Parsons (“kaboom, baby!”), and explain how a video game helped them conceptualize the Bad Little Nine at Scottsdale National. They also have some choice words about the current state of golf course architecture as an art.
The guys consider how COVID is wreaking havoc on the NBA recently and what it may mean for the rest of the season. Then, they hop around the Lay of the League including if the Lakers have a shot at making the playoffs and how David Kahn reacted to Steph Curry's recent achievement.
Introduction: The Gophers signed 18 freshmen and added a transfer to their incoming recruiting class. Hear from head coach P.J. Fleck on his appreciation for the lack of Wednesday surprises -- and what he might be looking to add in the transfer portal. 6:00: Star Tribune Wild beat writer Sarah McLellan joins the show to help break down what has gone right for a team that at one point recently had the best record in the NHL. A balanced roster, the continued excellence of Kirill Kaprizov and the ability to withstand absences are primary reasons. But if the Wild is going to be a true Stanley Cup contender, what else might it seek via trade to bolster the roster? 22:00: Sara Scalia hit nine three-pointers in a win for the Gophers women's basketball team, but that wasn't even the most by a Minnesota player on Wednesday. Anthony Edwards hit 10 threes for the Wolves, setting a record in the process in a win over Denver. 26:00: David Kahn addressed the Stephen Curry draft blunder ... speaking of blunders, Urban Meyer was fired ... and a fond remembrance of former Bemidji State coach Bob Peters.
David Kahn with CoStar joins Michael to share the latest on the office market. Discussion includes rates, occupancy, values, new supply, absorption, and a forecast on what to expect moving forward. Brought to you by: Bull Realty - https://www.bullrealty.com/ Commercial Agent Success Strategies - https://www.commercialagentsuccess.com/ Buxton - https://www.buxtonco.com/
Podcast for a deep examination into the career and life choices of Julia Roberts. Patrick takes no prisoners this week as anyone and everyone comes into his line of verbal fire. Joe is immobilized by Susan Sarandon-based flashbacks. Lev forgets 'Donnie Darko' is a movie. Does he eventually remember? Find out on this week's episode of 'What the Hell Happened to Them?' Email the cast at firstname.lastname@example.org Disclaimer: This episode was recorded in September 2021. References may feel confusing and/or dated unusually quickly. 'Stepmom' is available on Blu-ray, DVD, VHS: https://www.amazon.com/Stepmom-Blu-ray-Julia-Roberts/dp/B01LTICCWU Music from 'Leave it to Beaver theme' by David Kahn, Melvyn Leonard, and Mort Greene 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough (LTM Trap Remix)' by Marvin Gaye (originally) Artwork from BJ West quixotic, united, skeyhill, vekeman, julia, roberts, syzygy, stepmom, step, mom, sarandon, harris, malone, columbus, cancer, christmas, home, alone, mountain
Amanda and Sarah take on two haunted places that influenced famous horror films. Amanda takes a cue from her recent trip to Colorado with a history of the Stanley Hotel, the place that gave author Stephen King the idea for The Shining. Sarah stays on the East Coast for a look at the Seaford haunting that originated some major paranormal theories and may have been the inspiration for Poltergeist. Other subjects covered include powerful potpourris, elk sightings, and mall non-hauls. Recommendations: Amanda recommends the new Netflix documentary Misha and the Wolves. Sources: “House of Flying Objects,” Robert Wallace, LIFE Magazine, 17 Mar 1958 “The Science of Ghosts: Searching for Spirits of the Dead” By Joe Nickell “A Home's Bad Vibrations,” David Kahn, Newsday Real Fear: The Truth Behind the Movies Long Island Pulse (The Herrmann House) Travel + Leisure (What It's Like to Spend the Night at the 'Shining' Hotel) The Gazette (Colorado's Stanley Hotel offers plenty of haunted tales) Amuse - Vice (Redrum | Inside the Hotel Which Inspired The Shining) Wikipedia/Freelan Oscar Stanley stanleyhotel.com For updates on future episodes and other fun stuff, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or check out our Patreon.
Some analysts predict up to 30% of today's jobs will be automated by 2030. However not all jobs will face the same pressure. Demand for sales professionals, particularly, complex business-to-business sales continues to grow, as more and more of our economy becomes digitized and companies further invest in technology. In this episode with David Kahn, Head of Sales for Google Cloud, Nevada, shares his journey into sales, what it takes to succeed, what he looks for when hiring, compensation and earning potential, as well as the things he wish he knew when he was younger. David's Email Address: email@example.com Books to check out: Never Eat Alone Dig Your Well Before You're Thirsty SPIN Selling The Challenger Sale Hope Is Not A Strategy
Our final wrap up show about Unbound Gravel is with David Kahn, who is finally back in the US after a trip to Europe for the Enduro World Series. David shares what it was like for him from the start in downtown Emporia until things deteriorated up to checkpoint #2 at mile 156. Andrew Sparks rejoins the show to share what he saw from David and I as we were zombified from the physical and mental battle. We all share final thoughts about doing it again in 2022, plus what changes we would make to our equipment, our strategy, and our mindset IF we get the opportunity again. We hope you enjoy the stories! Please share this episode with a friend who you believe would benefit from our experience, as this would help us grow our audience. Also, like and follow the Under the Sun podcast on your favorite platform, and leave a review letting us know what you think about the show. Reviews help us grow the audience and increase our reach and awareness. Thank you for listening! Send us questions and comments via DM on Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Instagram: Podcast - https://www.instagram.com/unboundgravel/ David Kahn - https://www.instagram.com/david_kahn13/ Andrew Sparks - https://www.instagram.com/andrew_sparkie/
Unbound Gravel has come and gone, and in this episode we begin to share the experience and memories of Andrew Sparks and Coach Tim Hall. We breakdown our thoughts from the start line to moments of despair, realizing crossing the finish line isn't a possibility on the day. From crashes to flats to mechanicals to nutrition/hydration issues and everything in between, we break it down. We will record another episode with David Kahn to share his stories, and pull it all together for a final wrap. The fullness of Unbound cannot be contained with just one conversation, so we hope you enjoy this and subsequent discussions about this amazing gravel race in Kansas.
We are in Emporia, Kansas, for the Unbound Gravel 200 mile race, and we speak with Andrew Sparks and David Kahn about the buildup to the 2021 event. Andrew and David share stories about how we all got to this point, the lessons we've learned, and what we hope to gain from this unique experience. CX Hairs Preview Women - https://cxhairs.substack.com/p/20-women-belt-buckle-hopefuls-to?r=1evme CX Hairs Preview Men - https://cxhairs.substack.com/p/34-men-belt-buckle-hopefuls-to-watch
David Kahn is the head of the Israeli Krav Maga Association (IKMA) North America which was originally founded by Modern Krav founder Imi Lichtenfeld and now headed by GM Haim Gideon (This is why now the IKMA is often referred to as the Gideon System). David started his Krav Maga journey in the 90s which found him in Israel training directly with GM Gideon. The two formed a bond and this led David to be the official head representative of the IKMA in North America. He primarily teaches in and around the NJ/NY areas at his schools but has taught to all five major branches of the US military as well as many other LE/Military organizations in the US and International. He has also written numerous books on Krav Maga and use of force with more to come. In this episode, we talk about his Journey to where he is now, Krav Maga in general, Military, Civilian, and LE application of Use of force and teaching, Police use of force in America, and our general ideas and philosophies. The post Episode 76 – David Kahn is the head of IKMA North America and Author first appeared on Urban Tactics Krav Maga.
David Kahn is the head of the Israeli Krav Maga Association (IKMA) North America which was originally founded by Modern Krav founder Imi Lichtenfeld and now headed by GM Haim Gideon (This is why now the IKMA is often referred to as the Gideon System). David started his Krav Maga journey in the 90s which found him in Israel training directly with GM Gideon. The two formed a bond and this led David to be the official head representative of the IKMA in North America. He primarily teaches in and around the NJ/NY areas at his schools but has taught to all five major branches of the US military as well as many other LE/Military organizations in the US and International. He has also written numerous books on Krav Maga and use of force with more to come. In this episode, we talk about his Journey to where he is now, Krav Maga in general, Military, Civilian, and LE application of Use of force and teaching, Police use of force in America, and our general ideas and philosophies. David can also be found on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. SUPPORT THIS PODCAST UTKM: Blog Facebook Instagram Twitter Metro Vancouver School Online Training - UTKMU
Anika was joined this week by the enchanting Victorian singer/songwriter Tulliah to chat about her debut EP Fre$h Hugs. The girls chatted about the importance of young artists, singles 'Just My Type (A Little Bit Lonely)' and 'Distant Dreams', creation of the EP and working with Dean Tuza and Grammy-winning producer David Kahn. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In a limited amount of original work, David Kahn has proven to be one of the most creative, courageous and expressionistic golf course architects working today. Along with partner Tim Jackson, the other half of Jackson Kahn Design, he’s reimagined the shaping and visage of the historic Dunes Course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club, built… Read More Read More The post Episode 74: David Kahn appeared first on Feed The Ball.
David Kahn from the West Virginia Power joins Paul Swann as the ball club announces new ownership and league for 2021, plus comments from Andrew Taylor from the Marshall men's basketball team and Kennedi Colclough from the Marshall women's basketball team. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-drive-with-paul-swann/support
Ep. 95- The RandCRE Show: Real Estate Data with David Kahn. Mike Taravella and Will Coleman interview David Kahn of Costar Group. Key Information: 2021 Forecast: strong recovery uptick in rent growth increased occupancy rates Occupancy and rent growth has stayed most consistent for B and C class assets since the beginning of the pandemic. Downtown metro areas took a major hit as many employees moved from major cities to the suburbs following the beginning of April 2020. Supply: Multi-family construction has slowed dramatically which could provide opportunities for high rent growth in 2021. Expert Pro Tip: “Focus on the Data” Contact Information: email@example.com To register to invest with us: https://invest.randpartnersllc.com/invexp/accounts/login/ Rand CRE's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randcre Rand CRE's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/randcre Rand CRE's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/randcre
Today's crossword features what might possibly be the 4 most recognizable notes in all of western music, D, D, D, EFlat. They might not be recognizable, just lying there on the page, but put an orchestra behind them and you'll instantly recognize the beginning of BEETHOVEN's 5th symphony. That was just one of several of the great master's SYMPHONIC works that made its way into this Thursday masterpiece by David Kahn. Like the answer to 26D, Like violin strings, this crossword was TAUT, and, between HAHA and YUK, quite amusing.
EKU announcer Greg Stotelmyer joins Paul Swann for a preview of the EKU at Marshall match-up on Saturday, plus a surprise (to him) visit from David Kahn. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-drive-with-paul-swann/support
After working for over a decade for Tom Fazio, Tim Jackson opened his own West Coast design firm with David Kahn, another Fazio alum. Jackson Kahn Design is known for their creative, ambitious ideas about design–as exhibited at, Monterey Peninsula Country Club’s Shore Course and The Other Course and The Bad Little Nine at Scottsdale… Read More Read More The post Feed the Ball Salon Vol. 12, ft. Tim Jackson appeared first on Feed The Ball.
In this week's episode of "Whats the Snaps?" with Mike Fink and Michael Susman, we are joined by the voice of the West Virginia Power and good friend of the show, David Kahn, to help break down the opening weekend of the 2020 Major League Baseball season. Mike and I also offer our takes on the formerly known Washington Redskin's decision to play the 2020 season under the name " The Washington Football Team."
Please enjoy this West Virginia Sports Talk Exclusive Interview with the Voice of the Power, David Kahn. Listen as he discusses the unfortunate cancellation of the 2020 minor league baseball season, and delves into the future of the West Virginia Power organization, as minor league contraction negotiations heat up.
David Kahn from the West Virginia Power joins Paul Swann with the news that the West Virginia Power's 2020 season has been shelved as a result of Major League Baseball's decision to not provide players to any affiliated Minor League teams this year. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-drive-with-paul-swann/support
West Virginia Power broadcaster David Kahn joins the show this week to get us caught up on what's going on with the Seattle Mariners' South Atlantic League affiliate as baseball is paused due to the pandemic with the possibility of labor strife at the major league level and contraction at the minor league level looming. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
West Virginia Power broadcaster David Kahn joins the show this week to get us caught up on what’s going on with the Seattle Mariners’ South Atlantic League affiliate as baseball is paused due to the pandemic with the possibility of labor strife at the major league level and contraction at the minor league level looming.
The Wolves Time Machine is making a brief stop in David Kahn and Kurt Rambis territory. The Year 2010 saw e-books overtake hard copies, the Lakers win a second consecutive title, and the Minnesota Timberwolves win a whopping 15 games - which still out-paced the 12-win New Jersey Nets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we sit down with Tim Jackson and David Kahn, Co-Founders of Jackson Kahn Design, a premier golf course design firm who have worked on world renowned projects including Scottsdale National GC and Monterey Peninsula CC. These fellow mid-westerners walk us through their foundational years working together in the field, designing and moving dirt... The post Tim Jackson and David Kahn, Co-Founders of Jackson Kahn Design appeared first on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast.
It's time to wade into the David Kahn era for Wolves What-Ifs. First, what if the Minnesota Timberwolves don't trade O.J. Mayo for Kevin Love on draft night? Then, the 2009 draft...would Stephen Curry's career look the same if he started in Minnesota? What if they had traded for Paul George in 2010? What if Ricky Rubio doesn't tear his ACL in 2012? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Longtime Minnesota Timberwolves beat reporter Jerry Zgoda joins the podcast to talk about a plethora of Wolves What-Ifs, with a special focus on the rough-and-tumble David Kahn era. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get $10 off your first order. Blinkist Right now, for a limited time Blinkist has a special offer just for our audience: Go to Blinkist.com/NBA try it FREE for 7 days AND save 25% off your new subscription. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zach is joined by The Athletic's Mike Smeltz to run through Minnesota Timberwolves NBA Draft history to identify the biggest mistakes in franchise history: where does the David Kahn double PG debacle rank, Derrick Williams' place in #2 overall pick history and the sneaky disappointing draft from the 90s.To get 40% off an annual subscription to The Athletic, which comes with even more Hoops and Howls, go to theathletic.com/hoopsandhowlsSubscribe on iTunesRead the latest on the Minnesota Timberwolves on The Athletic
David Kahn is joined on the podcast by returning guest Bryan Pall (1:50), who talks about how he's adjusting to life in quarantine, including an odd story about his flight home from Spring Training (3:10). He also provides updates on former Power players Nolan Hoffman and Jamal Wade, who are rehabbing from injuries, and gives a preview of what to expect when Sam Carlson and Max Roberts make their way to West Virginia (8:35). Pall also discusses MLB hitters he wants to face (14:40), his off-season training regimen (24:40), pranking Charlie McConnell (31:30) and other clubhouse games the team played in 2019, as well as his thoughts on Tiger King and building LEGO sets (38:10). Finally, David and Dominick Lorenz share their favorite baseball memories from their respective seasons (44:45).
2020 Power pitching coach Nathan Bannister joins David Kahn on the podcast in the inaugural episode of Season 2. Bannister delves into his transition from player to coach in a matter of months in 2019, relives some of his fondest memories from his time as a professional player and at Arizona, including his wild draft day experience, discusses his love of golf, ping pong and Westworld and so much more!
Mike Taravella and co host Will Coleman interview David Kahn, the managing analyst for CoStar group concentrating on the Atlanta metro and the Southern United States. Key Information: Keep an eye on the unemployment claims, Government stimulus package, daily rents. Rents react very fast when there is a disruption in the market. We have already seen a rental rate decline over the last few days. Government agencies seem to be all in when it comes to helping the economy recover. Not yet seeing a variance in rental rate declines between class A, B, and C apartments. In the short term it doesn’t seem like white collar jobs are being impacted as of yet however long term with interest rates so low we may see more of this class residents move towards buying a house. Other than supply chain issues, the industrial space looks relatively strong right now. 9-11% unemployment seems to be the most reasonable estimate so far. GDP loss for Q2 is projected anywhere between -12% to -25% however the good news is that the Q3 and Q4 GDP growth show more positive estimates. There will be a pause from the capital markets however as of now buyers are still looking at deals and occupancy rates are still record high. Keeping an eye on development over the next few months could lead to a lack of supply for multi-family over the next 12-18 months. Expert Pro Tip: Check out CoStar News! Also check out WARN Reports which state the location and number of layoffs in each state. Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org To register to invest with us: https://invest.randpartnersllc.com/invexp/accounts/login/ Rand CRE's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randcre Rand CRE's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/randcre Rand CRE's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/randcre
We've arrived at the 2009 draft in our look back at Wolves draft nights of the past. It's time to talk Rubio, Flynn, and Curry, and most of all, David Kahn. Also, we talk a bit about some proposed adjusted NBA schedules. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Theragun Try Theragun risk-free for 30 days or your money back by going to Theragun.com/lockedon For a limited time, listeners get a FREE charging stand with purchase – a seventy-nine dollar value. Postmates Download the Postmates app and use code LOCKEDONNBA. For a limited time, Postmates is giving our listeners ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS of free restaurant delivery credit for your first SEVEN days. Blinkist The Blinkist app gives you the key ideas from more than 3,000 bestselling nonfiction books in just 15 minutes. Go to Blinkist.com/nba try it FREE for 7 days AND save 25% off your new subscription. Withings Go to Withings.com/mlb to get 25% off Body+ Body Composition Scale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Will the NBA season bleed into September? Plus, we examine the Wolves' 2010 and 2011 draft performances, both executed under the direction of David Kahn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Can the Minnesota Timberwolves find a way to be competitive defensively on a team with Karl-Anthony Towns and D'Angelo Russell as the two best players? How does Malik Beasley fit into the equation? Also, former Timberwolf Ryan Hollins spoke about his stint with the Wolves on Rejecting the Screen, giving his thoughts on Jonny Flynn and David Kahn and more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why do people dream? Why do people have nightmares? How do dreams happen? Can people who are blind can see in their dreams? We're listening back to our episode about dreams with psychiatrist Dr. David Kahn of Harvard Medical School.
In this episode we dive deep into the DK200 gravel race! There are three guests on the show: David Kahn of Lees-McRae Cycling, Curt Shelman of Chamois Butt'r, and Judah Sencenbaugh of SCAD-Atlanta Cycling. David and I are raising money to secure charity spots into the DK200 this year, and we explain what we are doing to help get more kids on bikes through the Kansas NICA League. Curt shares his story as a 9x finisher of the event and offers some great tips, and Judah gives her perspective of having finished 3rd in the pro women in 2017. There are a lot of great stories throughout, but David and I need your financial support to get on the DK200 start line! Please message me for more details at email@example.com. Listen up and enjoy the show! Follow Guests: Kansas NICA - http://www.kansasmtb.org/ Dirty Kanza - https://dirtykanza.com/ Chamois Butt'r - https://www.chamoisbuttr.com/ Judah Sencenbaugh - https://www.instagram.com/judah_buddah/ David Kahn - https://www.instagram.com/david_kahn13/ Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Photo Credit - Linda Guerrette Photography
David is an entrepreneur and perpetual traveller. He is the founder of a successful technology consultancy and has been travelling around the world with his family for many years. In this episode he shares his experience of perpetual travel and entrepreneurship, including: The idea that got David and his wife travelling. The influence that The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber had on him How David turned an IT consultancy into a passive income business Experiences of living in Argentina, Spain and Thailand The benefits of minimalism and travel The psychological rewards of travel: learning to live more freely and operating without the rulebook you were given. The challenges of travel and how they are part of the experience Show Notes: The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber David's Company Family Kahn Blog Email David