In this episode, Dave excited to welcome Louis Bruno. Louis is a guy who makes it happen. Without any formal college education and starting his business, Bruno Air, from his garage with $2500 and a half broken van, he went from nothing to creating an over $25 million a year business in less than 3 years.
Louis has been featured on CNBC’s Blue Collar Millionaires, has been recognized as Entrepreneur of the Year from the Business Observer, and is a 40 under 40 recipient for Gulfshore Business.
Louis and Bruno Air have received numerous other rewards and the growth of Bruno Air speaks for itself, but how did a guy with no formal education, no entrepreneurial experience, and no money go from a day job to creating a $25 million plus business in less than 3 years? In this episode, Louis shares his blueprint.
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Louis started his business out of his garage with $2500 and 1 van. His story starts with him coming from a home of addicts. His dad with drugs and his mom with alcohol. He wanted to play professional baseball, but after injury in his senior year in 2006, he had to find a summer job while getting back in shape. He carried the tools and assisted an HVAC company. After 3 months, he showed so much promise, he was offered a full time job. He helped the business grow from $400k to $2.5 million in 4 years and then started Bruno Air. In his first year, he did $2.7 million in sales. He quadrupled it in his 2nd year, tripled it in his 3rd year, and after just 4 years in business has done over $55 million in sales!
At the 7:30 mark, Louis give his best advice for running and building a business.
How did you learn to change your conditioning and your mindset?
How did you create your board of advisors that includes millionaires and billionaires?
What skills do you see that people need to embrace to succeed today and in the future?
Advice for entrepreneurs starting out?
At the 33 min mark, Louis talks about the power of your brain, the power of action, and accountability.
Tips to maximize your footprint on social media?
Best Quote: "At the end of the day, you never make a wrong decision – you just take one step closer to something that is going to work"
Louis's Misfit 3: