“Trusting your gut in business is very underrated,” says restaurateur Ariel Arce on this episode of Speaking Broadly. Arce admits to muting her instincts when she first launched Air’s Champagne Parlor, but has fully come into her own with the super successful, personal Tokyo Record Bar, an omakase with choose-your-own vinyl on the sound system. Listen to talk about her struggles to find her voice and to figure out the balance between believing everything happens for a reason and knowing “the hard work is out there, waiting for you.”

Ariel Arce. Airs Campagne Parlor

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