This is a late posting of an old episode of us having some fun and kicking around our feeling on the re-emerging sports card marketing amongst other things. Come join us for some small business shenanigans. Nanobrew: the Podcast NEW EPISODE!
The Funky Boss Sits down with Marcus Manges, Regional President of Accelerent. Check out the latest episode of The Funky Boss Show!
What's up, everyone! Check out some of the awesome stuff I'm reading this month: For Business - The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber I like to reread the E-Myth once a year because it's full of life-changing perspective on how I operate both... Continue Reading →
Jason, CEO of Books & Brews and Flat12 Bierwerks, AKA the Funky Boss, lays out Operation Roadhouse - be nice, to everyone, all the time. Listen carefully, we're about to do something no one else is doing. Nanobrew: the Podcast NEW EPISODE!
The Funky Boss sits down with one of the first regulars at Books & Brews, Brian Sweany, and discusses his work as an author, how he approaches writing, and the future of the industry. Click here to buy "Buy the Ticket, Take the Rid" on Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Buy-Ticket-Take-Ride-Novel/dp/1942600380 Check out the latest episode of The Funky... Continue Reading →
We talk candidly about "I think you should leave" and movie brands Nanobrew: the Podcast NEW EPISODE!
We talk about the show "I Think You Should Leave" and 90's Hip Hop Nanobrew: the Podcast NEW EPISODE!
William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, and Jack Kerouac (AKA ‘The Beats’) are my passion. Their art, literature, poetry, and extraordinary lives began to change my life as an 18-year-old during the spring semester of my freshman year in college. I could write pages about each one of these men, but this essay is about Jack... Continue Reading →
My Books and Brews Story My family moved to Indianapolis in October of 2016. We left, what I had imagined would be, our forever home in Illinois after only living there for two years. It was a beautiful little Mayberry... wholesome, progressive, and safe. There was a cool little bar where I played music every... Continue Reading →