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Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

Release Date: 06/24/2019

Unedited Training Jargon show art Unedited Training Jargon

Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

Timecop and The Funky Boss welcome the Hoffmeister to the podcast to beef on people who say they want to be trained but actually....don't care (to put it lightly). If you're a round peg in a square hole? No amount of square training is going to make you a square. Move on, be happy, cut your losses, and stop being a crybaby about being a square world WHEN YOU'RE OBVIOUSLY A ROUND PEG.

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Throwback Episode - Employee Appreciation show art Throwback Episode - Employee Appreciation

Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

If you hang in there until the end of this episode you get to hear Jason cry his eyes out talking about how much he loves and appreciates his employees. We cut out a large portion of this podcast and it's still insanely long. I hope you get a few giggles and gives you some insight into the history of B&B and how much we love we what we do. 

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Make Money, Money, Money! show art Make Money, Money, Money!

Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

Originally recorded in the summer of 2017 when Books & Brews was blasting off, the Funky Boss gives his #1 advice for starting a business and making a money, which is, to quote Timecop, "Ballin on a Budget!" This is the tip: 90/10 rule - 90% of your time brings money into the business, 10% of the time saving money. Listen for more ridiculous shenanigans, beat boxing, and a blast from the past. 

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Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

On this episode of Nanobrew: The Podcast, the Funky Boss talks about the book, "This is Marketing," by Seth Godin, Timecop gives his review of the reality show Love at First Sight, and Burnsie comes by to once again beef on Pistol Pete. The gang also solves the question - who would win in a Celebrity Deathmatch: the Blue Man Group or the Jabbawockeez.

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Know Your Enemy! show art Know Your Enemy!

Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

The Funky Boss, Timecop, and Murder Shoes Max wax intellectual about business, life, movies, and hip hop, as per usual. Jason talks about how dumb people are making lots of money and how much business owners have no idea who their real competitors are. 

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Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

The dynamic duo of the Funky Boss and Timecop are back to chat about sci-fi movies, having radical candor, really bad dreams, and plenty of other small business shenanigans. Jason describes how learning to deal with owning a business while being a literal person is difficult. 

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The Shout Out Episode (Throwback #1) show art The Shout Out Episode (Throwback #1)

Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

Throwback episode from March 6th, 2016, where the original trio of the Funky Boss, Timecop, and Murder Shoes Max give shout outs to the guests that helped get Books & Brews reach the starting point of their explosive growth in 2016. Jason tells the story of taking regulars Guy, Pete, and Komal, to go see the Zionsville space that become B&B's 2nd location. 

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The Boss is a Dick show art The Boss is a Dick

Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

The gang is back with the Funky Boss, Timecop, and Burnsie to discuss why the boss is always a dick. 

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Getting Drunk with Ben and Ugly Pete show art Getting Drunk with Ben and Ugly Pete

Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

Ben from Zionsville stops by and the Funky Boss and Timecop immediately derail any sense of coherent conversation (sorry, Ben). We do get a chance to be serious for a hot minute in the middle about charisma - and how most think it's a wasted stat in both D&D and life. 

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Nanobrew - Small Business Shenanigans

Books & Brews Operations Specialist Tyler Danner drops by the podcast and discusses why it's important to have a competitive edge in life, business, and baseball (everyone drink)

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