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Two Tennessee men answered an anonymous Craigslist ad which initiated a summer of ghost hunting, secret missions, and an adventure through Chattanooga history. It was August of 2017 when Rob Alderman of Cleveland, TN showed his friend, Dan Buck a cryptic Craigslist ad that referenced one of their favorite podcasts. Buck insisted they respond and within ten minutes they had a response from a man who simply referred to himself as George. George claimed that he was seeking volunteers to do inve ...
 
Adventures in Businessing (AIB) is a podcast where four entrepreneurs in 3 different industries discuss all the challenges that come with creating. It's a whilwind of insight, discovery, and absurdity as these 4 take you on a new adventure on a different business topic each week.
 
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Introduction What gets you pumped? Does the sound of our theme song get you in the mood to talk about business? Apparently, Jeremy, Rob, and Kevin can’t be counted on to do the podcast without hearing the theme music. Much to James’ chagrin, Rob and Jeremy give everyone a taste of the acapella version of the intro made famous in the Jamesisode. Do …
 
Introduction This show kicks off with the hosts discussing the merits of different podcast schedules. They then have an internal discussion about when and where to record. Believe me, this makes for extremely riveting audio. It’s like the Serial podcast without all the interesting content. After they sort out how frequently they record, they discus…
 
Introduction Hello dear reader. It’s been a while. When the boys at Adventures in Businessing asked me to come back and do show notes, I initially resisted. Since AIB stopped recording a few months ago, I’ve been working on an emu farm up state. It’s been really peaceful. Contrary to popular belief, the emu is a very serene creature. Since you are …
 
Introduction I was going to start the notes for this episode off with a joke about Jeremy not being on the show, but let’s face it, that’s the normal at this point. The real joke would be if Jeremy actually showed up to record one week. James has done us all a massive favour and kept the original intro, rather than switching to Rob and Kevin’s acap…
 
Introduction When the James is away, the rest of the hosts of AIB will play. In a very strange turn of events, James is the only host missing from this episode. That’s right, there’s a Jeremy, but not a James. In his absence, the hosts decide to create a Jamesisode, or an episode dedicated to James. What follows is a bit weird and unconventional. E…
 
Introduction It might come as a shock to you, dear listener, but Jeremy of Jeremy Moore presents Jeremy Moore’s Adventures in Businessing with Jeremy Moore is on vacation. Again. The remaining hosts spend the opening of the episode commenting on Jeremy’s apparent mid-life crisis. He sold his business, bought a Tesla, and is taking a trip around the…
 
Introduction Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. Rob is not on this episode of AIB. Through some misalignment of the stars, Jeremy is actually present, however, and so the show must go on. Rob’s absence must have flustered the group, because they skipped the witty banter about what happened in their week that usually opens an episode. I g…
 
Introduction Rob’s story about nearly killing a child in his care dominates the intro discussion. Apparently, one of his son’s friends was hanging out at Rob’s house, which he’s dubbed the “cool house,” when he nearly slit his wrist. Rob tells the harrowing tail of driving the young man to the hospital. If you have children, please be wary about se…
 
Introduction Rob and the guys have been busy cleaning house and merging businesses. Kevin gets a little crazy with the English language. Apparently he likes to verb his nouns. The Show This episode the hosts discuss mergers and acquisitions. I’ll just cut right to it; Jeremy is going to be joining Kevin and James at their company. They just dropped…
 
Introduction I’m afraid I’m going to have a hard time finding good goof material this episode; the topic is philanthropy and how to ingrain that into your business. James and Kevin have been busy with an eCommerce plugin that they acquired recently. Rob has been having an awesome summer, because he’s Rob.Jeremy has been doing nothing but vacation, …
 
Introduction James takes the helm again as the hosts dive into how they react to various changes within their respective industries. Time is divided between BR and AR, which of course means Before Rob and After Rob. If you’re in the 10%, you know what I mean. Rob’s been sending out lots of proposals, so if you’re looking for a podcast-happy signifi…
 
Introduction Well folks, it’s been a good run. 18 Episodes isn’t too shabby. Someone done decided to let Kevin drive this thing, and to be honest, it’s a bit of a train wreck. No offence to Kevin; I’m sure he did the best he could. Sorry, not sorry. For someone who floated naming the show after himself, Jeremy has been conspicuously absent for seve…
 
Introduction Rob is driving this show, but it seems like someone should have told him that before the show actually started. James celebrated his son’s fourth birthday, as well as the fifteenth anniversary of WordPress, by giving his son a video game and immediately hogging it. He tries to make it sound like his son wanted him to take all the turns…
 
Introduction Welcome back to the AIB show notes! I solemnly swear that I am up to no good. If you get that reference, you’re doing better than James, who isn’t what I’d call a “Potterhead.” As you have probably guessed already, Jeremy is missing again this week. It turns out that Thanos is a comic book character created for Marvel Comics, so what h…
 
Infinity War spoilers! Turn back if you haven’t seen the movie yet. I have some bad news. It would seem that our normal show notes writer was in the half of the galaxy who turned to dust. Yup. Thanos done un-made ‘em. As the search for a new writer gets under way, let me catch you up on this week’s podcast. Major talking points: Building a brand st…
 
Introduction Jeremy just keeps breaking records by being present for a miraculous third show in a row. It’s almost like he wants to do this podcast thing! Speaking of Jeremy, he takes a turn in the driver’s seat and is at least able to manage avoiding talking about balls. He also promises to have the podcast done in under thirty minutes, but I don’…
 
Introduction Have you seen Avengers: Infinity War yet? If you haven’t, why are you listening to this dumb ole podcast. Go watch this movie! Those of you still hanging around are in for quite a treat; you get to hear THE Jeremy Moore in a record-setting two podcasts in a row. I’m not saying it’s good, but he is present! That’s right! The Vanmaster h…
 
Intro Buckle up for a whopper of an intro full of stories, humour, and fun. Well, at least one of those. In this episode Kevin not-so-humble brags about visiting Iceland. Apparently he’s going with a company called Adventures with Geeks, which will be mentioned again in the recommendation section. Rob sounds like he’d really like to go; look for hi…
 
Intro While most businesses would pride themselves on producing great products, providing great services, or just generally making a profit, the good people at Saturday Drive know what’s really important, bananas. Yeah. You read that right. Rob opens this episode by describing how much the community loves the fact that the Saturday Drive crew eats …
 
Introduction Jeremy’s back! And he brought alcohol! This episode is brought to you by chocolate bourbon. If you’ve ever wanted to drink a brownie, just mix some chocolate bourbon with your cola of choice. It’s probably not a good idea to give these guys liquor that tastes like candy before they record an episode. If you pay attention, you can catch…
 
Welcome to the show notes! I usually like to open with a snarky comment, but let’s face it, not even I can be on all the time. Let’s keep this one serious. Jeremy is somewhere in the Mediterranean, soaking up the sun and speaking Greek while James, Rob, and Kevin work away in the podcast mine. Fittingly, rather than being a meandering discussion ab…
 
Bonjour! Good to have you back. Have you ever forgotten to click the “record” button when you and your friends get together to record a podcast? Don’t worry; James hasn’t, either. Jeremy introduces this episode’s topic, “How do you test and measure new business ideas or products?” He opens the discussion by stating that he’s fired some people in th…
 
Fun Sized Teasers [playlist type="video" images="false" ids="171,170,169"] Show Notes Hey! You came back! I’m not surprised or anything; just being friendly. We’ve all had to deal with awful coworkers or employees. In this episode, our hosts dive into the world of employee conflict. What do you do when you don’t get along with an employee? Worse ye…
 
Welcome to the show notes! Thanks for stopping by. Do you like to talk about guns? Because 1/4 of the Adventures in Businessing podcast does! James, Rob, and Kevin attempt to steer the conversation about business ethics away from the second amendment, while Jeremy keeps trying to give the wheel a hard spin toward the craggy shores of political divi…
 
When you are good at something it's natural to think the next step is to start a business doing that thing. Is that the right choice for everyone? Are there challenges and caveats you need to keep in mind? In this episode of Adventures in Businessing, Kevin, James, Rob, and Jeremy explore these questions and more. Our Recommendations Jeremy Moore: …
 
James, Rob, and Kevin are at it again and this time they're discussing a some hard truths of entrepreneurship... Rob calls out the Gary Vaynerchuk gospel of hustle. Kevin questions Apple's brand strength. Rob thinks you are a terrible photographer. James makes a case for having the right idea... late. James, Rob, & Kevin discuss the weight of being…
 
For this adventure, the hosts minus Jeremy describe some of the biggest changes they’ve made in their businesses over the years. Rob gives some awesome advice using a hockey analogy, Kevin tries to take credit for James’ great intuition, and James explains how we accidentally increased our monthly revenue by $40,000. Talk about burying the lead... …
 
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