This week on THE SKINNY CONFIDENTIAL HIM & HER PODCAST...
( 2:25 ): We introduce this week’s very special guest, my dad, entrepreneur, businessman, branding expert, and restaurateur Brad Evarts. Brad is The Nanz’ son. Listen to her on TSC Him & Her Podcast episode 16.
( 4:20 ): My dad’s been dealing with Michael & I for a long time. It started when we were 12 and Brad caught us in the closet. You can hear our full relationship story in TSC Him & Her Podcast episode 36.
( 6:00 ): I’ve dated some not so great people but that’s for another podcast. My dad talks about how one of the smartest things I could ever do was date Michael.
( 9:05 ): We celebrated our first Thanksgiving as husband & wife. Brad brings a guest to Thanksgiving who turns out to be a little psycho.
( 14:50 ): We were having a great time & had to call the police!
( 18:15 ): My dad is not at all surprised that I ended up being an influencer. He talks about how I used to give seminars to kids in the garage when I was a child.
DISCUSSION TOPICS WITH BRAD:
( 20:55 ): Michael asks: “What specific parts about technology do you feel your generation can’t keep up with?”
( 23:25 ): Michael asks: “How is social media a tool for brick & mortar businesses?”
( 30:15 ): Lauryn asks: “How did you use branding to make each of your restaurants stand out?”
( 34:10 ): Michael asks: “What do you think are the major differences starting a restaurant now compared to 1987?”
( 34:15 ): Michael asks: “What advice would you give someone starting out in the restaurant business?”
( 37:20 ): Lauryn asks: “Why do you think people are over extravagant restaurants & how important is customer service?”
( 41:35 ): Lauryn asks: “You told me to remain child-like in relationships. Can you elaborate on that?”
LOVED having my dad on the podcast. Can’t wait to have him back to discuss how I was a horrible employee LOL.
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As always, thanks for listening!