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StartupNation Radio with Home Improvement Industry Guru Brian Elias

This episode of StartupNation Radio is brought to you by Pappas Financial and Dell Technologies

Today, Jeff hosts StartupNation Radio with frequent co-host, Norm Pappas, president and CEO of Pappas Financial. Together, they interview entrepreneur, speaker and consultant, Brian Elias, who shares his success story, including how he successfully built and sold a company.

First, Jeff and Norm discuss federal relief programs for startups, and share tips for communicating with your clients and customers during this trying time.

During the show, Brian Elias talks about the following:

  • How he started his company, 1-800-HANSONS
  • The mistakes he’s made throughout his entrepreneurial career
  • The types of people he surrounds himself with to benefit his business
  • Why fear and failure are OK
  • The key areas that are crucial in business
  • Why you must start a business with the end in mind in order to succeed
  • The difference between having a business and having a job
  • The key steps that led to selling his business
  • His new business, Refloor, and what’s next!

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Jeff, Norm and Brian also take questions from call-in listeners throughout the show.

We’ll be back next Saturday with an all-new edition of StartupNation Radio!

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