Welcome to the least funny episode, thus far, of Funny Business. (Yeah, we know. We’ve been unfunny for the first eighteen episodes … so why start now?) But this may just be our most inspiring episode yet. Ryan and I unpack the events of the past week and discuss how to not go “dark” when darkness is seemingly all around. We also discuss advertising after a tragedy, the beauty of Montana, and dive bars featuring tiki statues, mermaids, and an 83-year-old organ players singing “I Love This Bar.”
EPISODE 19: “In the Face of Tragedy”
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The article that inspired this week’s episode.
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Don’t forget: October 24th is a very special day.
Here are some terrible, horrible, no good, very bad examples of what NOT to do after a tragedy (Warning: These will make you cringe.)
Aaaaand then there’s this one … well, there are no words…
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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.
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