Episode 16

The Personal Side of Paul 'Scanner' Danner [E016]

Matt and Paul talk about their long friendship and that battle of work/life balance.

  • They go back a long way from the start of IAtn
  • He started in 2012 doing video’s
  • Scanner Danner started by putting up content for his students and it exploded from there
  • He started shooting crude video’s and there was no term like ‘YouTuber’
  • Paul does a lot of good process stuff
  • Paul does not look at other Youtubers to keep his own genuine style
  • He is subbing at his Rosedale (got to verify spelling - pull from episode I did with him)  tech to help them out because of COVID
  • Loves teaching
  • Figuring out life balance while working from home
  • Being Present and having a presence
  • He loves to help people with their cars
  • Grandparent now. Life is changing
  • You must be active in working on your relationship
  • His audience wants to fix cars
  • He has a default to stop and fix cars, but Paul sees no end in sight.
  • Our industry does help each other.
  • Enter Eric’s link to RR 192
  • Enter LINK FTR 050 What the Aftermarket Can Learn from Professional Wrestling - Matt Fanslow
  • A 1986 Mustang kicked his but and he created a 3 part series on it, coming out soon
  • He sees one out of ten of his students missing the basics or paying enough attention to their training. A commitment is missing
  • Paul went to Linder Tech
  • Paul partner’s with AES Wave

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Matt Fanslow

Matt Fanslow is the diagnostic tech/shop manager at Riverside Automotive in Red Wing, MN. His primary responsibilities are to diagnose driveability and electrical/electronic issues, and perform most all programming, coding, initializing, adoptions, etc. Basically, if it needs to be figured out or has wires, it goes to Matt.

He’s been a tech since 1996. Matt is also a subject matter expert for ASE and has instructed at Vision Hi-Tech Training and Expo. Matt has participated on 18 ASE technical committees for the ASE Practice Test, A6, A7, A8, and L1 tests. He’s also done case studies for Standard Motor Products. Fanslow’s goal is to do everything in his power to improve the overall level of professionalism within the automotive and light truck repair trade and also raise the level of its public image.