Josh Kopel | Award Winning Restaurant Consultant

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Restaurant Labor Cost: Ellen Bennett’s Dream Journey

There’s a gritty side to entrepreneurship that doesn’t get much attention.

The hardest part of ownership isn’t owning the business, it’s in owning the choices you’ve made and the impact they have on you and your team.

Today we chat with multi-million dollar culinary clothing maven, Ellen Bennett. Ellen wrote a book that’s one part biography and one part action plan for aspiring entrepreneurs.

We run though what the past 10 years has been like for Ellen, bringing to light what has made her and her company so successful.

To pick up Ellen’s new book Dreams First, Details Later, click here.

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