‘We never know where life will lead. Our attitude and how we react to the curves it throws us becomes our legacy. The making of us and our effect on others, our community, and even the planet dictate our decisions and directions. Open minds and grateful hearts steer them ever forward.’
If there's one thing we've learned since though, it's to always keep your eyes, mind and even heart wide open.
Our advice in life, business and entreprenuership is to always listen, remain flexible and enthusiastically willing to evolve.
Savor every moment. Savor your friends. Savor your family. Savor. Your. Planet.
Conversations like these, really just spurred by simple cups of coffee, serve as constant, beautiful reminders that each of us is fundamentally the same.
Our planet, just like life itself, is precious and fragile and we promise to always do our part.
I'm Craig and I started SYPCOFFEE in 2016 after losing my mom to pancreatic cancer 2 weeks after she was diagnosed.
'You guys hand write every gift? That's going to be difficult to scale.'
This place, @rollsroycenashville @astonmartinnashville @bentleynashville @carlockmotorcars, is a beautiful place and the components that make it so aren't necessarily what you immediately see when you walk through the doors.
‘If you've been waiting (and waiting) until the time is right to start a business, this story is for you…’
Today marks the 3rd anniversary of our startup gift coffee concept…
SYPCOFFEE was borne out of personal loss and the sudden, very clear realization that life is precious and short and that as such, we all deserve to savor every single moment.
From the Atlanta Business Chronicle:
‘In a move that would seem to most like a poor business decision, Craig Margolius, owner of Nashville’s SYPCoffee, gives away every cup of coffee poured at his Brentwood shop….’
With so many amazing small businesses out there, I now know first hand that starting one requires the support and belief of so many…
Wish we could say that starting a business with a unique take looks like this, all neat and tidy and looking effortlessly wrapped up with a beautiful bow. It's absolutely not.
Life moves quick and it could simply end without much warning. For you. For anyone in your life...
Do you ever catch yourself looking at a product - a car, a shirt, a bottle of wine, an entree just set in front of you - and notice something beneath the surface?