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Janine Allis didn’t know what to do with her life, so she literally searched the world to figure it out. She taught candle making in San Francisco, worked as a nanny in France, sold timeshares in Spain, and played hostess on David Bowie’s yacht before she returned home to Australia and launched Boost Juice — a juice bar that grew into a multi-million dollar franchise spanning 20 countries with 6,000 employees.
And Janine never went to college (or “uni” as the Aussie’s say).
On this week’s episode of Glambition Radio, Janine explains how — without any formal business training — she created a global empire based on her “love life” philosophy.
Growing up in a white-bread suburb of Melbourne made Janine long for adventure. The 9 to 5 life wasn’t going to cut it. After graduation, she set out on the job-hopping journey that took her all over the world. She had no work experience so in each new job, she just winged it – which turned out to be the best training she could ever have for her future career as an entrepreneur.
I love that she says, “I didn’t know what the traditional path looked like, so I made it up along the way.” Sometimes NOT knowing what the “regular” way is can be the BEST thing to happen to you.
By clicking the play button below you can hear Janine describe the lessons she learned while changing nappies, learning sign language, and playing frisbee with Mick Jagger in her Glambition Radio interview.
Janine gets very real in our interview. She shares the fears she had when she started Boost Juice and how she overcame them. And tells us why she’s determined to hold on to her core values – no matter how big her business gets.
On this episode of Glambition Radio, Janine and I discuss learning curves, the importance of picking the right husband, and swimming in the Shark Tank.
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