Quarantine Learnings with Joe Boghos of Joseph’s Bakery

July 8, 2020

21 minute listen

Portsmouth, NH & Lawrence, MA

At the Positive Enterprise Value podcast we are trying a little experiment. I am going to do a handful of very short rapid-fire interviews with EOMs which I am calling Quarantine Learnings.

Why do this?

In the domains we work in, i.e., the Entrepreneur Economy, positive psychology, and behavioral finance, the future cannot be predicted; it is not knowable (unlike physics or astronomy for instance). No one living has ever experienced a viral epidemic or fear epidemic like the last 120 days.

Each of us has had to modify our lives and the businesses we own really quickly in the past 120 days. I’ve been inspired and exhilarated by Entrepreneur Owner-Manager’s GRIT, positive essence—in short, character—using this virus predicament to rethink or accelerate positive change in their approach to their marketplace and to Enterprise Value and Positive Legacy.

Today’s Quarantine Learnings podcast is with Joseph Boghos, 3rd generation owner of Joseph’s Bakery based in Lawrence, Massachusetts.  Joseph’s Bakery is a majority women-owned business, led by the third generation of the Boghos family. With the help of more than 300 employees, they manufacture and distribute a wide range of top quality, affordable breads, including pita, lavash and wraps.  Listen here as Joe describes some of his learnings, both personal and professional, during the quarantine.

Listen to the interview here: