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Brian Scudamore · 1-800-GOT-JUNK?
About the Episode

Not many companies can embody the spirit of entrepreneurialism the way our guest, Brian Scudamore, does. What started as a lightbulb moment in a parking lot when Brian spotted a truck filled with junk grew to change the trajectory of his life. Not only did Brian occasionally lack a clear vision, but he dealt with such monumental failures along the way it would have been easier for him to give up entirely than to keep going.

In this episode, Brian talks about failure and why you’ll likely never get started without a willingness to fail. In addition, we gain insights into Brian’s take on transparency, what’s important to him in business, and goal-setting tips. Visit HERE for access to the full session.



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About the Guest
Brian Scudamore
Founder & CEO, 1-800-GOT-JUNK?
Serial entrepreneur and author Brian Scudamore has always taken the road less travelled. At just 19 years old, he pioneered the industry of professional junk removal with 1-800-GOT-JUNK? turning a chore people avoid into an exceptional customer service experience. Then he scaled that success into three more home-service brands, WOW 1 DAY PAINTING, You Move Me, and Shack Shine under the O2E Brands banner. Brian learned the ins and outs of business by running his own, and believes that anyone with a fire in their gut and a vision for doing something incredible with their future can do the same. His philosophy, WTF (Willing To Fail), stems from his belief in the power of dreaming big, taking risks, and learning from mistakes. Through franchising, he’s giving thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to live their dreams of business ownership.
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