279 : Founder Friday! w/ Daniel Brown and Nephthaly Leonidas of Gilly Brew Bar
Keys To The Shop : Equipping Coffee Retail Professionals
It's Founder Friday! Today we get the honor of hearing the story of Gilly Brew Bar in Stone Mountain, GA from Daniel Brown and Nephthaly Leonidas. Started by Daniel Brown who was quickly joined by Nephthaly Leonidas, Gilly Brew Bar was founded with the mission to help people re-imagine coffee culture. This mission serves their main purpose, which is to disrupt norms and build better communities. Gilly came to be as an effort to not only make waves in the coffee industry being black owned, but to change the narrative of what it means to be a coffee company serving in the community alongside an amazing gang of baristas. Gilly is unique also in that they serve coffee and tea elixirs to story-tell. With this experience comes a whole new way of thinking and operating. Humility, connection, and people focused service define what Gilly is all about. In today's conversation we are going to deep dive into the story of Gilly's founding, overcoming challenges of history and race, bucking the status quo and much more We cover: Setting the table for guests Not being just a coffee bar People focus Challenges in first year Overcoming racism and obstacles Customer feedback and leading with humility Becoming a light in the community The unique elixir beverages and their story Hopes for the future Related Episodes: 236 : Founder Friday! w/ Meil Castagna-Herrera & Curtis Herrera of Cafe Corazon! 222 : How to have Difficult Conversations about Race and Justice w/ Kwame Christian 177 : Founder Friday w/ Jonathan Pascual of Taproom Coffee and Beer in Atlanta, Georgia 116 : Understanding Gentrification w/ Dr. Stacey Sutton Visit our sponsors! www.prima-coffee.com/keyswww.pacficfoodservice.com
Episode 47 - Daniel Brown on the Paradoxes of Rowing
The Boys in the Boat is the simply fantastic story of the 1936 US Men's Rowing team at the Berlin Olympics. Daniel Brown wrote the chronicle of those eight men and their coxswain, their adversity, and ultimate triumph by less than a second over the Italian and German boats is one for the ages. Brown describes rowing in today's quote, highlighting three paradoxes in descriptive and wonderful prose. It is often in life that the true beauty of accomplishment, athletic or otherwise, is found not only in what is done or avoided, but in the depth the world provides through contrast. Brown captures this perfectly.
Building a Practice and Dealing with the Media with Daniel Brown
The Law Garage
Daniel makes clear, “…one of the things you have to realize is you don’t get to control the media and that no matter how much or how thoughtful you are in saying the things that you’re saying, the journalist may choose to use all, some, none or take something potentially out of context. That’s the risk that you take when you are speaking to the media.” Daniel Brown is among an elite group of defence lawyers certified as a criminal law specialist by the Law Society of Ontario, the governing body of Ontario lawyers. This certification guarantees that the recipient is, “recognized and experienced in his or her field of law and who has met high standards”. Much of Daniel’s legal practice is focused on representing people who are strangers to the justice system. He quite often represents successful professionals who have found themselves in unfortunate and unfamiliar circumstances. Listen in to learn more on how to build a practice and deal with the media. Produced by: Zenia Sethna and Jason Cooper
C+CP 02 | Daniel Brown on Gilly Brew Bar + Creating a Mission Driven Small Business
Coffee + Community Podcast
Daniel Brown, owner of Gilly Brew Bar in Stone Mountain, GA, talks about small business journey, faith and missional business strategy as a startup company. Daniel also shares the future of coffee and its impact on culture.
Daniel Brown Shares His Unique Team Structure With Salaried Agents | Weekly Closer Podcast
Danny Brown Talks Phoenix
We were featured on the Weekly Closer Podcast with Jeff Underwood and Joey Sampaga! In this show, Daniel shares his unique approach to building a boutique real estate business. They talk about having an all-salaried staff, why that's a huge benefits to our clients, a strategy of ‘selling in order to buy’, and how our team is moving forward as things open back up.Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/S2UkcyOVPhECheck out more episodes from the Weekly Closer Podcast –Website: http://theweeklycloser.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR7-HyYrSBYayLEZb_iMU-gFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/STArizona/Visit Myriad's Website: www.myriadaz.com/ Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/MyriadRealEstate/Myriad's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/myriadaz_/Danny's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dannybrownaz/
235: Daniel Brown shares his unique team structure with salaried real estate agents
The Weekly Closer Podcast
Daniel Brown, CEO of Myriad at My Home Group, joins us to share his unique approach to building a boutique real estate business. Daniel actually has salaried agents on the team. He says this setup has worked well for everyone, including their clients. Daniel also talks about their 'sell in order to buy' strategy and how the team is moving forward as things start to open back up.
Most of us can say we are "addicted" to something. For me, I can say I'm addicted to eating Peanut Butter Captain Crunch. I love it and I could eat it all day long, but in reality, I'm not really addicted to it. However, there are some things people are...