While Beth George hasn’t entirely left the practice of law behind, she spends most of her time consulting with bagel shop owners for her business BYOB Bagels. When Beth’s son had dietary sensitivities that required a lot of experimenting, she found herself on a path that would lead to her being a bagel-based business consultant. Because she was raised in a home with a family-run business, Beth George was prepared for both the joys and struggles of being her own boss.
Episode 47 of Lawyerpreneur starts off a little differently than most. Beth starts off asking me about my work, which I tell her about. And if you’ve been listening for any length of time, you may have heard before. But it leads us right into her work as a lawyer and what she has been doing outside of law practice.
I hope you enjoy this interview that touches on everything from food science to creativity and finding fulfillment within a career.
You can find Beth George at BYOB Bagels, on Instagram at BYOBbagels, and on LinkedIn.
For some similar themes, check out my interview with Ross Guberman in Episode 3: Branding and Surviving in the Legal Sector with Ross Guberman.
Advocacy, Business Ownership, and Bagels Shops with Beth George
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Today’s show is sponsored by ALPS, the nation’s largest direct writer of lawyers’ malpractice insurance.