This is an episode about the mindset of a truly successful (professionally, financially, and personally) entrepreneur who has been a huge inspiration to me.
Allan Branch is a serial entrepreneur who went from owning three multi-million dollar businesses simultaneously to selling crazy projects into a YouTube TV show.
When asked what he does, Allan Branch likes to say, "when I grow up and becomes an adult, I'll figure out what I want to do with my life." He's 38.
So far he's built and sold several software companies, hosted conferences and conference vacations, sold hundreds of thousands of dollars in ebooks, & last year he filmed a tv show for Lowe's Home Improvement. Now he's buying downtown real estate, starting a brewery, trying to find things to fail at in the hopes of going bankrupt and living in a van down by the river.
We'll find out:
- The "race horse" mindset that both empowers and tortures entreprenuers
- How Allan and his family bought a warehouse in Panama City (FL), turned it into their home, turned that into a YouTube show, and then sold that to Lowe’s
- The "hitting singles" mindset that leads to homerun successes
- How to pitch a crazy idea
- Why your business exists for the business’ owners to use and abuse to build the life we want
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