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If you love to laugh, travel, and want your business to soar, come with Rick and Brandon. Ditch your tour group and find the real small business adventures in America's hidden corners. The unique multimedia podcast brings you a new podcast experience

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Ep 32 Attaching To A Legacy To Start Your Own
We leave our California Micro-Distillery Business and drive down to Southern California to begin our new series: Cowabunga! Malibu Business. Malibu is known for its vintage surfing movies, but we’ll travel into the canyons where other businesses flourish. Today we visit the Cornell Winery in Cornell where Rick had a chance to chat with Tim Skogstrom and how he started Cornell Winery on the backbone of local history.
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Episode #31 Leveraging Your Strengths To Win In A New Industry
We finish our California Micro-Distillery Business by driving further south from Templeton to San Luis Obispo. We pick up our story of this new and exciting industry by visiting Steve Autry. We will explain how Steve used his unique knowledge to supplement his successful winemaking company, Autry Cellars, with Brandy and Grappa.
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Episode #30 Barreling Your Passion For Success With Port Wine
We continue our California Micro-Distillery Business by driving a little south from Paso Robles to Templeton. We pick up our story of this new and exciting industry by visiting Steve and Lola Glossner of PasoPort Wine Company and how they used their unique backgrounds to bottle Port.
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Episode #29 How To Become An Industry Leader
We leave our Southern Sierra Business Series in the Kern Valley and shoot across the state to Paso Robles, the Central Coast Wine area. But we are not talking about wine, believe it or not. Instead a new industry that has popped up in the area: California Micro-distilleries where wine makers are producing vodka, brandy, gin, liqueurs and other spirits. Join us as we tell the story of Alex and Monica Villicana and how they started the local distillery industry through their Re:Find Handcrafted Spirits.
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Ep #28 How To Keep The Oldest Active Store In California "Active"
We continue our Southern Sierra Business Series in the Kern Valley by looking at a business that has existed since 1851. We are talking about the Onyx Store in Onyx, California and its current owner, Gaye Honeycutt. Join Rick and Brandon as they tell the store’s story and how Gaye has kept the tradition alive using good business sense.
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Ep #27 The Horse Sense Of Developing Your Passion For Business
We continue our Southern Sierra Business Series in the Kern Valley by looking at a business that was developed after retirement from a passion with history. Mike Woodward of Lone Star Productions took deliberate steps to starting his Lone Star Productions company and historical reenactments. Join Rick and Brandon as they talk about how he did this and some tips that can help you in starting a business from your passion.
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Ep 26 Tips to Starting A New Business In A Vacation Destination
We leave our Greater Palm Springs Desert Series and drive north up to our Southern Sierra Nevada Business Series. The high desert/mountain resort area of Lake Isabella, Kernville and surrounding areas has been a welcome escape for people in California. It offers great activities like fishing, boating and white-water rafting. Join us we talk about Betty Fleming, the long-time owner of Rustic Antiques and the challenges to running a business in a vacation destination
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Ep #25 How To Plan Your Business And Not Just Fight Windmills
We round up our Greater Palm Springs Desert Series with the Quixote view of the Palm Springs alternative energy windmills. If you have driven I-10 to Palm Springs, haven’t you ever wondered about the thousands of powerful windmills? Join us as we talk to Tim Bannister, owner of the Palm Springs Celebrity Tours about the history of the electrically-generated windmill industry and how he charged up his business telling people about them. ramblingbusiness.com
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Ep 24 Building A Legacy With Nature Even You Are On The San Andreas Fault
We continue our Greater Palm Springs Desert series by taking you back into history a bit. We will be visiting the Thousand Palm Oasis Preserve just outside of Palm Springs situated directly on the San Andreas Fault. Here we will be talking about how a business and community developed created a legacy cherished by thousands of visitors every year.
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Ep 23 - -How To Find A Date In The Greater Palm Springs Desert
Our “Greater Palm Springs Desert Business” series starts with finding you a date. But before you dress up, we are talking about The Shields Date Garden and their unusual story of growing their business by teaching people about the Sex Life of the Date. www.ramblingbusiness.com
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Ep 22 Five Tips To Grinding Up New Business Like The Virginia City Roasting House
We finish our “old western town” series Virginia City Business by leaving our antique candy store and crossing the street for a cup of coffee. The Roasting House is the town’s primary hangout for micro-roasted coffee. Learn about this unique Virginia City business and what they do to set themselves apart from other coffee houses.
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Ep 21 Tips On Running A Family Business & Red’s Old Fashioned Candies
We continue our “old western town” series Virginia City Business, by climbing leaving our 19th Century Hat maker and strolling down the bumpy wooded boardwalk with our spurs for something sweet. Red’s Old Fashioned Candy Store has satisfied a lot of “sweet tooths” for over 80 years. But what makes it special is that it is a family-run business. Learn about this unique Virginia City business and tips on running a family business. www.ramblingbusiness.com
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Ep 20 Tips On Starting Your Career From A 19th Century Hat Maker
We continue our “old western town” series Virginia City Business, by climbing out of the silver mine to get a hat. Just down the street from the mine is the Pioneer Emporium, where Pascal Baboulin (“BA-BOO-LON”) uses 19th Century methods to make hats. We have his story and how he used the very old method of apprenticeship to launch his successful business.
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Ep 19 Cashing In On A 19th Century Blue Silver Mine
We leave our San Diego Microbrewery series and fly you northwest to the old west town of Virginia City, Nevada. Yes you heard right, we are leaving the jagged California coast and flying to northwest into the middle of the Nevada chaparral that is hundreds of miles from the Pacific. (One of the strange anomalies of California). We start our Virginia City Series with taking you into a hole. That’s right, a silver mine, and what the owner, Gregg Hess has done with it. Also coming your way are some business tips, a travel tip and of course our tax tale. www.ramblingbusiness.com
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Ep 18 - The Super Hero Of Beer - -The Green Flash Brewery
Here we finish our San Diego Microbrewery Series. In case you missed the last episode, we started the San Diego destination podcasts by discussing Ballast Point and The Lost Abbey Breweries. Today we look at the Green Flash Brewery and give you some business take-aways on how they became successful. We also have our travel advice and tax tales at www.ramblingbusiness.com
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Ep # 17 - -The Holiest Beer On The Planet, The Lost Abbey Brewery
Join our San Diego Micro-Brewery Series tour where American Micro-brewing began. In this episode, we walk into "The Confessional" and experience the miracle that catapulted The Lost Abbey Brewery to national stardom. Also grab a souvenir of travel advice and business take-aways while you're hear on our site www.ramblingbusiness.com
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Ep #16—How To Start A New Business And Micro - Brewing In San Diego
We leave the East Coast and fly you all the way to the other coast to San Diego where American Micro-brewing began. Today we give some business take-aways on starting a new business while getting a rare glimpse of the birth of a new industry and Ballast Point Brewery. We also have our travel advice and tax tales..
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Ep #15 - Getting The Brass Ring At Martha's Vineyard
Before leaving Massachusetts, Rick and Judy jumped on the nation’s oldest platform carousel located in Oak Bluffs, Martha’s Vineyard. Learn about the carousel and some tips on running a non-profit like a well-oiled enterprise. Check out our web site video to see if one of them gets the brass ring. We also have our travel advice and tax tips coming your way.
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Ep #14 - - How To Carve Your Own History - The Martha's Vineyards Woodcarver
We leave the Boston area and drive a couple of hour’s south, and jump on a ferry to Martha’s Vineyards. Here Rick and Judy rode around the island and came across a legendary woodcarver artist, J.P. Uranker. Find out how he built a reputation as a premier wood carving artist. In addition to business tips, we’ll tell you a travel tip and a crazy tax law. To get the full multimedia experience, check www.ramblingbusiness.com
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Ep #13 Boardgaming The System In Massachusetts
We leave our Maui business series and fly you to the other side of the country to Massachusetts. We start in a Boston suburb, Brookline where Devon Trevelyan, a musician, brought back an old tradition that many had thought had died out…board games. We’ll talk about how he did it and why it is thriving. In addition to business tips, we’ll tell you a travel tip and a crazy tax law.
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Ep #12 - -The Best Wine Grown On The Side Of A Volcano - -The Maui Winery
We leave our Maui plantation and drive up the side of the Haliakala volcano overlooking the Southeastern side of Maui. Today we tell you the story of Maui Wine grown at the Ulupalakua Vineyards. More specifically, we’ll talk about how they used the resources in Maui and were able to turn the business into a popular world-class winery. In addition to these business tips, we’ll send you a travel tip and a crazy tax law. www.ramblingbusiness.com
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Ep #11 - The Best Place To Stay In Maui
Check out the 1870 Haikui Plantation Inn on Maui where Rick and Brandon talk about its long history and business practices that have made it a unique location for travelers. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at http://ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Ep #10 - How Surfing With Maui Goats Can Help Your Business And Travel
Join the whole family, Rick, Judy, Brandon, Devin, Austin, Amber, Sarah, and Satya as they milk goats and eat cheese. This is just no ordinary goat dairy. Thomas and Eve Kafsack left Germany 12 years ago to practice gourmet cheese production in Hawaii. We’ll give you some business take-aways, travel tips, and of course Tax Tales. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Ep # 9—The Best Chocolate in Central California
Our journey this series, Sweet Santa Barbara Business, has taken you to wine, glass blowing and an old stage coach stop. We finish our series with dessert. “Chocolats du CaliBressan”. While up in Santa Barbara, Rick and Judy went up to State Street in downtown Santa Barbara and gave into the temptation to visit Chocolats du CaliBressan. You can find their website link on www.ramblingbusiness.com. What makes this business unique is that that chef, Jean-Michel, used culinary sauce techniques to make chocolate. Get your ticket punched and have a seat. We’ll give you some business take-aways, travel tips, and of course Tax Tales. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Ep #8 --Business and Travel Tips from an 1870 Stage Coach Tavern
We continue our series, Sweet Santa Barbara Business, where Brandon and Rick talk to small businesses in Santa Barbara to learn about their secrets for success. In this episode Rick and Judy went up the San Marcos Pass to the Cold Spring Tavern which you can find on our website. What makes this business unique is that it has survived over 100 years in an out of the way place up on a mountain. Today we will talk about how the owners are able bring in customers and make the Cold Spring Tavern a “Must stop” for travelers around Santa Barbara. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Episode #7--Blowing Glass Without Blowing Your Business
In this episode we take you to Santa Barbara Art Glass in Santa Barbara, California where Rick and Judy went to blow their own glass tumblers. Check out what they learned about this multi-generational business and glass blowing. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Ep #6--Drink To The Success Of The Sideways Movie Winery
Remember the movie, "Sideways?" Join Rick and Brandon as they talk about Rick's visit to the Kalyra Winery in San Ynez, California where they filmed scenes from that famous movie. Pick up a few business tips, a travel tip, and of course a wacky "Tax Tale" about strange and unusual taxes. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Ep #5--Repackaging Old Technology For Modern Times
We continue this month’s series “Business in the Bayou” by gas-ing it up a bit. Walking through the French Quarter, Rick and Judy noticed the lines running between gas lamps. They happened to stumble upon the source of these lamps, the Bevolo Gas and Electric Company. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Louisiana by Prism of Rhythm (Our family's first record)
Check out of first family release "Louisiana" in conjunction with the Rambling Business Podcast Series "Business in the Bayou" Lead vocals: Satya Fuentes Background vocals: Amber Manley, Brandon Norris Keyboards: Devin S Norris Drums: Spencer Lere Rhythm guitar: Rick E Norris Music and Lyrics by Rick E Norris Produced by: Devin S Norris and Rick E Norris
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Ep #4--Good Golly Gumbo! New Technology For An Old Recipe
We continue this month’s series “Business in the Bayou” by talking Gumbo. On the way to the Nottoway Plantation Wedding, Rick and Judy were lured to Chef Ron’s Gumbo Stop in Metairie, Louisiana in a very creative and unusual way. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Ep #3--How to Plan a Plantation Wedding On The Mississippi Without Getting Wet
We continue this month’s series “Business in the Bayou” by moving up the Mississippi River to the Nottoway Plantation in White Castle. There Rick and Judy attended a wedding that started in the early evening and went late into the night. Check out what Rick learned about how to plan a wedding! #RamblingBusiness #Podcast
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Ep #2--Using History And Ghosts To Conjure Up Business In The French Quarter
We continue this month’s series “Business in the Bayou” with ghosts! One thing that New Orleans is not short of is ghosts and history. Today we talk Rick’s visit to Dickie Brennan’s Tableau Restaurant and its adjoining haunted Petit Theatre. We got ghosts, history, a travel a a crazy tax tip. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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Ep #1--Small Business In The Bayou When The Economy Got You In A Gator Death Roll
Small Business in the Bayou when the Economy Got You in a Gator Death Roll This month we look at Business in the Bayou and take you down to New Orleans where we checked out a few businesses. When Rick took a swamp cruise, he learned how the area survived through disasters like Hurricane Katrina, Deep Water Horizon Spill and just general economic downturns. And as always, we’ll have some travel tips that he picked up while down there. For the full multimedia experience go to www.ramblingbusiness.com. Get the latest by subscribing on Itunes at ow.ly/Mm5d305iwvR Leave a review if you like us!
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