Starting multiple businesses until you find one (or three) that work with Luis Scott

I don’t say this lightly: this episode made me feel like I could go lift cars and kick through walls.

I sat down to chat with incredible serial entrepreneur Luis Scott about his journey from aspiring pro baseball player to having three successful multimillion dollar businesses in different niches. The best part is hearing about all the businesses that DIDN’T succeed… Luis’s approach will have you rethinking your definitions of “success” and “failure”.

Can’t-Miss Moments from This Episode:

  • “It makes no sense, let’s give it a shot!” – how one simple phrase fueled several of Luis’s business endeavors, including a multivitamin company, an online newspaper, and a company focused on increasing corn production. This one is wild…
  • The real “million dollar secret” that most skeptics ignore (and it’s simpler than you think, but it requires a huge mindset shift)…
  • Why neither Luis nor I care about competing with Tony Robbins (and how it can improve your confidence when it comes to building your business)…
  • One simple shift that will have you rethinking how much power you allow haters to have over you…
  • Why it’s OK to be an insecure entrepreneur and still achieve wild success (plus a few stories from me and Luis on anxieties that held us back)…

WARNING: only listen to this episode if you’re looking for a serious injection of inspiration.

Luis’s bio:

Luis Scott is managing partner of Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, one of the thirty fastest-growing law firms in the US. The owner and founder of 8 Figure Firm Consulting, he has helped scores of law firms find success, reaching a combined total of over $250 million in revenue and employing more than 2,500 people. He holds a law degree from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia and is an in-demand speaker on elevating and scaling businesses.

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