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Gary Nealon went through bankruptcy at 30 years old after buying a business 1 year earlier. By many measures he’s your average guy who grew up in a lower-middle class family in America. By many other measures he’s quite far from average as he runs an 8 figure online cabinet sales business, a consulting business and more recently a social exploration and discovery wine app. I hope this episode gives you the confidence to take risks knowing that even if you hit rock bottom and file for bankruptcy at age 30, you can fight back and build a 10 million dollar plus business.

The takeaway from this episode is that you should take risks because they often lead to success and failure isn’t permanent.

 

Quotes from the episode

“I was literally starting from scratch at the age of 30” - Gary Nealon

“You gotta jump back on the horse and do something” - Gary Nealon

“By the age of 30 I ended up filing bankruptcy on that and literally lost everything that I had.” - Gary Nealon

“I assume and I hope that filing bankruptcy is the lowest point in my life and I’m like if that was rock bottom and I’m on my way back up, I know I’m never going back there down there so I’m going to have to do whatever I have to do now.” - Gary Nealon

“To be able to be your own boss is one of the most gratifying things” - Gary Nealon

“I liquidated everything I had an put it into this company” - Gary Nealon

“By the age of 30 I ended up filing bankruptcy on that and literally lost everything that I had.” - Gary Nealon

 

Business contact Info

Gary’s Consulting Biz:www.garynealon.com

RTA Cabinet Store: www.rtacabinetstore.com

RTA Blog: www.rtacabinetstore.com/blog

Sweet Cabinet & Kitchen Pics on Facebook: www.facebook.com/rtakitchencabinetstore

Sweet Cabinet & Kitchen Pics on Twitter: twitter.com/RTACabinetStore

Wine App: www.winetrailadventures.com

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