025: Francis Nelson BeeBe – Capitalizing On Perfection: The Artisan Approach

mr-nelsonitunes-podcastWelcome to another exciting episode of The Six Figure Side Gig Podcast! On today’s show we are discussing the benefits of successfully specializing in a small, individual and boutique artisan product.

Joining us is Francis Nelson BeeBe, founder of Mr. Nelson’s Cookies. Mark and Nelson discuss how after more than 30 years in the corporate world and a comfortable retirement, a one of a kind chocolate chip cookie has become Nelson’s six figure income. Nelson shares how an incredibly detailed business plan, social media marketing, an in-depth understanding of his audience and a single superior product have made Mr. Nelson’s Cookies a huge success nationwide in less than two years.

All of that and more on today’s episode of The Six Figure Side Gig.

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After 30 years as a corporate executive, Nelson retired to the good life of golf and relaxation. Soon he was pursuing his lifelong interest in the culinary arts and attending cooking school. After graduating from the Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Scottsdale he and his wife became the hosts and toasts of the neighborhood. But Nelson wanted more. He envisioned a very personal, one man operation that specialized in something special he had worked years on developing the “perfect” chocolate chip cookie for his son. With some serious business and product planning, along with his now adult son’s knowledge of social media marketing, Mr. Nelson’s Cookies was born. In less than two years, his near ¼ lb chocolate chip cookie has become a gift favorite nationwide.

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Special thanks to Francis Nelson Beebe, founder of Mr. Nelson’s Cookies, for speaking with me and sharing this great story of entrepreneurial success, and thanks to you for you for joining us as well. See you next time on The Six Figure Side Gig podcast!



One Response to “025: Francis Nelson BeeBe – Capitalizing On Perfection: The Artisan Approach”

  1. Elizabeth B. says:

    Having a detailed business plan can be rewarding because it lays the ground work for your business. If you stray from the plan then chances are things are going wrong. Thanks for helping me see the light.