Nov 25, 2019
Josh Zloof, Co-Founder & CEO of Sudden Coffee, is passionate about more than just serving up a great cup of coffee. After launching several businesses that ended in some success and even more failures, Josh knew he needed to find his “why.” This led to him founding Sudden Coffee on the idea of “making one billion people happy.” Today, Sudden has served over 100,000 cups of their single-origin, specialty grade, instant coffee (delivered right to your door). With over $3.3M raised from investors, Josh and Sudden Coffee have been featured in the New York Times, Food & Wine, and GQ.
Josh chalks a lot of his success up to manifestation. Simply stating your goals, telling people about them, and envisioning the future you want is enough to make them a reality - Josh calls these “Black Swan Events,” and he’s experienced many of them.
At Burning Man, every exchange of goods or services is an opportunity to connect. What if we could break down those same barriers in “real life” with your server, bank teller or barista? Josh can share how this philosophy is inspiring the way Sudden Coffee aims to enhance human interactions in the simplest of ways.
For Josh, it started with a $1,200 investment in a life coach, a decision many scoffed at. Now, with a disciplined morning routine, regular meditation practice, therapy sessions, and working on his dream company, Josh can share a vision of an individualized approach to self-care.
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