Jack Cowin - 12 Rules for Life | Be Better Off Show Podcast

2 min read
7 September 2020

This week’s episode features entrepreneur Jack Cowin, Executive Chairman of Competitive Foods Australia and Owner of the Hungry Jack’s franchise.

Travelling to Australia in the 1960s from Canada and noticing a gap in the fast food market, he helped developed the country’s fast food scene with Competitive Foods Australia now being valued at $350 million. 

"It's the journey of  life that really counts.  It's not necessarily just getting to the top of the mountain or how much money you have or haven't made... but enjoying what you're doing" 

With this wealth of business and entrepreneurial knowledge and experience behind him, Jack shares his 12 Rules for Life with listeners. 

"The number one priority for a CEO is to make sure that the company stays in business and survives... Don't wait until the dogs are barking to DO something" 

From spreading your money further, beyond your business to optimising bank handouts and surrounding yourself with smart people who complement your own skill set, follow Jack's 12 steps to put your small business in the best possible position for success. 


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