Everything JF Brou does is related to empowering 19-24 year olds towards enlightenment by promoting their core organizational values: ENTREPRENEURSHIP // SELF-DEVELOPMENT // LIFE CHANGING TRAVEL EXPERIENCES.
This all comes off the back of his first successful business after finishing university. Check out today’s episode on finding a niche, scaling and thinking bigger!
- After JF’s college degree, he felt the urge not to get involved with the corporate world.
- His desire to travel led him to the idea of starting a travel tour where his clients gets to travel and finance him too.
- JF Brou is a 30-year old Serial Digital Entrepreneur & Travel Photographer from Montreal, Canada.
- He founded Interstude, the Rep Your Flag Festival, Exchange Your Life, Oui Are Entrepreneurs, Poutine Canada, Travel Ready, The Sportiest & SpaceJourney (coming soon) and many upcoming companies.
- Everything JF does is related to EMPOWERING THE 19-24 YEAR OLD TOWARD ENLIGHTENMENT and TRUE WEALTH.
- He started InterStude out of college because he didn’t want to become an adult just yet. The 9 to 5 corporate job was a nightmare for him.
- All JF wanted was to travel the world and meet people from different cultures. The easiest way he found to finance this dream was to continue the lifestyle of his 2 exchange abroad in Milan and in Paris.
- InterStude grew from a first free event with 4 people at his mom’s place 45 minutes south Montreal to what it is today.
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Show Notes Timestamps
[02:07] Victor introduces and welcomes JF.
[02:37] JF growing up.
I wanted to travel and see other cultures.
[04:52] The business now.
[06:23] His staff and how it has grown.
[07:23] JF’s vision for the business.
[10:03] Bus company to self-development and entrepreneurship.
I help people see what true wealth is.
[13:04] His part on the growth.
[18:36] The future of his self-development program.
[21:34] The biggest challenges with the business.
We’re control by our minds. You’ll realize that your worries are just illusions.
[25:24] The people JF looked up to.
There’s always something you can give back. You have to give back first instead of just taking.
[28:02] His day.
[28:57] How he manages a routine while jumping from one place to another.
[32:26] Focusing on your strength.
[34:01] Books and resources he’d recommended.
[35:47] JF’s book.
[38:00] JF in two years’ time.
[38:50] Getting in touch.