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  • This Bar Saves Lives
  • Ben Goldhirsh
  • bdebelle
  • Sean Johnson
  • Stand4

From Day 1 to Fortune 500: The Story of How We Began

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"That’s where we started: recent college grads, no income, and volumes of unorganized scribbles. I flew down to Florida to see him and we consumed pizza, coffee and ideas. We spent a week in front of the whiteboard, trying to figure out how to make this work. Seven days later, we had something that we were both incredibly excited about. Something that would get us off the ground and headed in an ambitious direction. Something that landed us a partnership with a Fortune 500 company."

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    • Sean Johnson

      Thanks! A lot happening fast, it's really exciting. I just took a look at This Bar Saves Lives - I'm super intrigued.. how is everything going?

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    Super inspiring to read what you're up to. Is this Sean who wrote and posted?

    • Sean Johnson

      Thanks so much for the compliment Ben, huge fan of GOOD. Yeah, I'm Sean, one of the founders. If you're interested, I'd love to connect and talk more

      • Ben Goldhirsh

        for sure. love seeing good efforts and people aggregate for strength and efficiencies. want to dig into the effort here in the thread for others to enjoy and participate or offsite? either way, I'm glad to connect and congrats on all afoot.

        • Sean Johnson

          As far as the new chapter of GOOD, I had to find my bearings with the new model and platform, but I've honestly been blown away with the quality of engagement that comes from the community. The people have been awesome.

        • Sean Johnson

          Happy to get others in the conversation, but would really like to connect offsite also. What's the best way to do that? Feel free to send me an email if that's easiest (sean@stand4.com).