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Strange Emotions During Coronavirus; Jason Bockman talks about the pressure of being an employer
The Vance Crowe Podcast
Jason Bockman, owner of the iconic Strange Donuts in Saint Louis, discusses the pressure and the suicidal thoughts that can happen during moments of uncertainty. Jason shares his mentality to keep his business open and helping people. https://www.strangedonuts.com/https://www.instagram.com/strangedonuts/Vance Crowe on Twitter: https://twitter.com/VanceCroweThis is the 18th interview in the ongoing series of Coronavirus perspectives. I believe that society will have the rules re-written when we come out of this global pandemic and it is important to hear how various individuals and industries are handling themselves amidst the crisis. This series seeks to reveal many perspectives that will otherwise be ignored by both mainstream media and you might not see on your social media channels.
Coronavirus: Local Business Affect ft. Jason Bockman & Andy Karandzieff
Sports Open Line
How are local businesses handling the Coronavirus shutdown? Jason Bockman of Strange Donuts and Andy Karandzieff of Crown Candy join host Chris Hrabe live in-studio to discuss just that.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason Bockman: Drugs, jail, cults and redemption. The path to Strange Donuts.
The Vance Crowe Podcast
Jason Bockman is the owner of Strange Donuts and BT Furnishings. He is a man that has built a palace to live in now, but he came from a dungeon. An enforcer at a crack house at 14, granted clemency from a 10 year prison sentence, joined a cult and made his way to one of the most prestigious MBA programs in the world, Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri. Jason is a true entrepreneur with expanding locations for his donut shop, the ability to franchise, and has secured multimillion dollar furniture contracts. He is married to a stunning former Loreal model, and is a major figure in Saint Louis. Jason's donut company is proud that they have less than 2% annual employee turnover in an industry that usually has over 130% turnover every year.Follow Jason on Twitter and Instagram @StrangeDonutDuring the introduction I spoke about the South Dakota State University Collegiate "Learn, Grow, Lead Conference;" October 11-13 that I will be giving a talk at. For more information visit their website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/learn-grow-lead-collegiate-midwestern-farm-bureau-conference-tickets-68268357495 Twitter: @VanceCroweAbout The Vance Crowe Podcast:The Vance Crowe Podcast interviews experts in unexpected fields and gets them to reveal the discoveries that come from having a knowledge of a highly specific discipline. Vance Crowe is the CEO of Articulate Ventures (www.VanceCrowe.com) a communications strategy company- and he is regularly invited to deliver speeches around the U.S. and Canada teaching audiences how to communicate so that others want to listen, understand and value what you have to say.
Strange Donuts started in 2013, and five years later, is one of the city's favorite spots for a sweet treat. A huge reason for that is the boundless energy and unwavering commitment of founder Jason Bockman. Looking back on his journey, Bockman is still blown away where he is and how he got here, even if he always believed he'd get here someday. When he was a teenager, he was getting into fights and in trouble with the law. Then something happened that made him focus on making himself a success and he's never looked back. His road went through a hot dog stand, business school in St. Louis, and eventually Hong Kong, but he ended up back home and now runs one of the most successful food spots in the city. His story is incredible, and his commitment to running Strange Donuts in a way that treats his employees like family and his customers like friends has helped grow the business to four locations. Now, he has dreams of growing even bigger. Sit back, plug in, and enjoy!Jason also started a nonprofit, Strange Cares, focused on empowering kids lives with help from partners Big Brothers Big Sisters, The Children’s Heart Foundation and Girls on the Run. To learn more visit http://www.strangecares.org
Our interview with Jason Bockman was surprising to us, but in a good way! He is one of the most driven, inventive people we've ever met, with tons of good stories.As the owner of Strange Donuts, he sheds light on how they became a powerhouse in St. Louis, and what has led to them opening several locations, including one in Mexico City.Also thank you Jason for introducing us to Malta India, a very tasty malt soda.www.strangedonuts.com www.facebook.com/strangedonuts www.instagram.com/strangedonuts www.twitter.com/strangedonuts www.instagram.com/strangedonutsmx www.instagram.com/serneybandersAs a favor to We Eat Stuff, would you consider giving our podcast a rating and review? It would mean the world to us! That helps get the word out about what we're doing, and help even more people learn about the great stuff going on in St. Louis!We'd also appreciate your support on our patreon site! Please visit www.patreon.com/weeatstuff to make a financial contribution. Thanks.