Grab and Go: A Food Business Millionaire’s Secrets to Achieving What He Wants in Life
“What I did was to repeat my goals a hundred times a day, for a hundred days. My goals were clear and specific: three hundred stores across the United States, and annual sales of $50 million dollars with weekly sales of $1 million dollars.”
When Jim Kim migrated to America in the late 1980s, he knew little English, and had ridiculously little capital and a degree that mainstream society didn’t recognise. He started several businesses, which all foundered. In 2005, he made an impressive comeback after the age of forty by starting the world’s first chain of grab-and-go sushi bars: SnowFox, which has become one of the largest chains of sushi bars in America.
In Grab and Go, Kim shares his secrets to achieving what he wants in life, and synthesises them into an essay collection packed with enduring lessons and practical takeaways.
Recently, I have been writing down my goals a hundred times, as Jim Kim does.’
Yoo-Ra Kim, author of My 2020 Household Ledger
‘Sometimes a book completely alters a person’s life. This book has had that effect on my life.’
Na-Geum Lee, author of I Outsourced My Life by Investing in Real Estate
About the Author
Jim Kim is a major shareholder in SnowFox Topco. He is also the chairman of JimKim Holdings and M3 Asset Management, president of the Korean-American Businessmen Friendship Forum, and a visiting professor at Chung-Ang University. He has written four books in Korean. He lives in Houston, Texas.
Hannah Pang received her BA in geography from the National University of Singapore, and her MA in international studies from Korea University in Seoul, South Korea. She has received a translation grant from the Literature Translation Institute of Korea to translate South Korean poet Moon Tae-Jun’s poetry collection titled A Faraway Place. Her translations have been published in The Guardian. She also translates non-fiction, including Grab and Go: A Food Business Millionaire’s Secrets to Achieving What He Wants in Life (Harriett Press).
ISBN (Paperback): 978-981-14-3307-8
ISBN (Ebook): 978-981-14-3897-4
Format: 140mm x 210mm
Weight: 280 grams