Myles the You Betcha Guy and Sarah the Accountant tackle every topic surrounding small businesses. and explore the pros and cons of being corporate or creative. Sarah has her MBA, CMA, SPHR, CEC, and Myles has a Facebook page.
#85 Keeping Things Competitive Ft. Ryan the T-Shirt Guy
Ryan joins the podcast to talk about the the value of having a competitive atmosphere in the workplace and how to keep it from getting out of hand.
#84 The Wedding Industry Is Ridiculous
Myles is getting hitched! This week, he and Sarah will share their experiences navigating the wedding industry while also trying to run their businesses.
#83 Reworking Retreats
This week Myles and Sarah share their differing views on the value of business retreats and what they'd change to make conferences feel more valuable.
#82 Overcoming Burnout
Myles answers questions submitted by fans and producer Ben on about burnout, taking criticism, and the lessons you can learn from past job experiences.
#81The Shark Tank Experience Ft. Ryan The T-Shirt Guy
Ryan Sheeley joins the podcast to talk about his experience working at a business that succeeded on Shark Tank, gives tips on how to pitch yourself, and the growing pains that come with success.
#80 The Myth of Millennial Laziness
Myles and Sarah explore the differences between the work ethic of different generations and why the stereotype of millennials being lazy doesn't hold water.
Keep it going!
Love this podcast! It’s great for my afternoon walks. Like the balance between Myles and Sarah and I respect both of their takes on business.
Please make all 50 episodes available
Only the 20 most recent episodes are available, please make all 50 available
I like their takes on the business world
I run a small chain of home centers and for anybody running a business you know it has its ups and downs. When you’re in charge you have a ton of critics but none bigger than yourself. The best part of this podcast is hearing other people with the same experiences as you. It gives a lighter take on business and by that I mean don’t always take everything so serious. Fun show for the not so serious business owner/manager to listen toz