We’ve been everywhere, man… we’ve been everywhere… this summer, Ryan and/or Tim have been to (deep breath): Colorado Springs, Oklahoma City, Dallas, Ontario, Portland, Orlando, Maui, St. Louis, Gifford, Chicago, Detroit, Charlotte, Salem, Louisville, and finally where this episode of Funny Business was taped: Milwaukee. Phew!
It’s time for another Podcast-On-Wheels! Tim & Ryan talk travel tips, TSA, and the fine art of throat punching as they drive through downtown Milwaukee.
EPISODE 16: “Travel Tips For Business & Pleasure: Live From The Road (Literally!)”
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Here’s the screenshot of Tim’s travel folder from his phone:
Here are a few links to keep you occupied during your next layover or TSA full body inspection:
When we think of Milwaukee, we naturally think first of Shotz Brewery which, sadly, we were never able to find.
A beginner’s guide to points and miles.
Sign up for TSA Precheck… because the liquids in your toiletry bag are nobody’s business but yours.
Speaking of the TSA, have you checked out their Instagram account? It’s all the stuff people try to smuggle through security, and it’s awesome!
(Best said with a pretentious British accent): “Yelp! Review Theatre”
“The miles are the goal.”
Oh, and Ryan and coffee don’t mix…
Special thanks to Pat Benton for assisting with announcer duties.
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Tim Miles and Ryan Patrick use their combined 45+ years experience working with family businesses to share stories, offer advice, and cut through the buzzword-saturated clutter of marketing and management advice.
Part Dave Barry and Part Dave Ramsey, these two guys look at the world—and the world of business—a little bit differently (and a little bit irreverently), and they’ve helped hundreds of businesses and thousands of people communicate more powerfully as a result.