Ben Day & Sam Carson
Top lessons from business owners (Acai Brothers)
Wondering how to breakthrough and disrupt the industry you’re in especially in these unprecedented times? I had the great opportunity to sit down with Founders of Acai Brothers, Ben Day and Sam Carson, who are familiar with distinguishing themselves amongst competitors in a very unique and cheeky way.
Acai brothers is a superfoods franchise that has grown to over 30 stores nationally with a 1000% increase in gross sales in 2017 and Sam and Ben were also awarded Top 40 under 40: Brisbane’s Influential Young Entrepreneurs in 2017. If you want some inspiration and a peek into entrepreneurship, or even just to learn off these two successful business owners, don’t miss the newest ep of Unstoppable today.
In this episode, you will learn:
- 06:37 – Ego in business
- 14:21 – How upbringing affects success later in life
- 24:09 – The hardest part of business and how to get through it (business/financial models)
- 34:51 – The 3 things that kill the hospitality industry
- 37:13 – The importance of flow as a business owner
- 51:09 – Dealing with bad times in business
- 57:03 – Contingencies, contingencies, contingencies!
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