From Howard Schultz's MasterClass

Coffee Break

Take a coffee break with Howard as he teaches you how he makes his favorite French press coffee.

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Take a coffee break with Howard as he teaches you how he makes his favorite French press coffee.

Topics include: Coffee Break

Howard Schultz

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Build a Business That Lasts

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz rose from a childhood in public housing to leading a company that revolutionized the way the world drinks coffee. With no formal business education, he relied on his values while growing a 13-store chain into a global brand with more than 250,000 employees. In his 90-minute video series, Howard shares what he’s learned about business leadership and being an entrepreneur.

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Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

Within the class, r. Schultz provides an interesting point of view in the different situations that are presented. It was great!

Very interesting about a giant. Sequences a bt disorganized...

I'm beginning a new business adventure after 30+ years of being a mom. Howard was a great place to start in gaining wisdom on how to build and stay true to my values and convictions

The class held me realize that the culture and similar values within people will help you withstand hard times

Comments

Kevin W.

I was drinking a French Press coffee while watching this. Will get my hands on some aged Sumatra!

Bryan H.

The thing I love most about this guy is his total authenticity. He seems so sincere it's hard to discount anything he says. Of course he's got the background and success to back it all up; but he's speaking on so many little subtle points that matter in life and business that go way beyond the numbers. I love this class most of all.

Tara Jade B.

Thanks for the tip! I'm curious to try it out. (Hopefully Starbucks in Switzerland has it....)

Darryl D.

I appreciate the free copy of your book...thanks for that! BUT, your recommended coffee is impossible to find...I've searched several Starbucks in Manhattan, without success. May we have a link to where we could purchase this online....hopefully with a MasterClass discount?

Jason G.

The key for me in this coffee break was the phrase: "5am." Over and over again, the most successful people I'm following and learning from are people who turn the TV off at night, who don't get caught up in the drama of reality shows, bing-watching series, and going to bed at 1am having spent their time watching other people's lives to escape their current reality, and are people who are purpose-driven, prepare the night before for the next day, and go to bed by 10pm, relaxed and ready for the next day and get up early in the 5am-club to prepare for their day, give themselves the moment they need to be effective (be it a few mins of prayer or meditation, being thankful for another day, for the opportunities they have to make others around them better, a good cup of coffee, a review of what they want to accomplish, and then head out the door to make it a great day with less traffic on the road and arrive where they want to be with less stress, hurry, or pressure...Being prepared starts with intent the night before, strengthened by the early morning routine we create and enjoy each day...Howard is just another example of this and it's definitely the crowd I want to be associated with each morning... ;)

Leonardo M.

It's all about showing us that it doesn't matter your position in the company, you need to have a deep understanding of the products and the business

A fellow student

For the first few seconds, I was taken back by how gimmicky this break felt. But I soon realized how much I loved this fun, creative this approach taking some brain rest mid-course. It also doesn't hurt to know I share a coffee routine with Howard!

Devin R.

What a cool change of scenery from an otherwise information-heavy course. Hope to see this brief "recess" included in future courses. Nice job MC!

Ocubox

I thought you would wow me with your barista coffee making skills using the only coffee machine I would...La Marzocco. Anyway, I fast daily so coffee is 100% not required :)

Christopher B.

That was the most elegant QVC infomercial ever. A pleasure to watch and learn.