In this episode, we learn about Lee’s entrepreneurial attitude since elementary school and how every job he had led him to the creation of mph club - a not so average exotic car rental company with the nation’s largest collection of luxury and exotic vehicles available for rent. We also learn about how Alex Quin went from working at Pizza Hut to being the world renowned entrepreneur and keynote speaker that he is today. We explore how important it is to be grateful for every person who has helped you along the way.
As long as you follow a path that makes you happy and while doing something you love and doing right by people, eventually things are going to align for you.
Relationships are extremely important, be grateful to the people who have been good to you, surround yourself with people who uplift you because Hustle Inspires Hustle.
[01:16] Welcome Back Pt 2
[01:50] It started (How the business started)
[03:02] I saved $800
[03:43] I learned the industry
[05:13] I got my diploma
[06:35] Sold the moving company
[10:10] I was blown away
[11:01] Did some research
[11:10] Hey Break
[12:22] We came up with the idea
[13:08] I still service my first client
[13:56] Our 4th car
[14:04] 10 years later we have over 40 cars on our feet
[15:17] My love for cars
[17:33] I know this sounds crazy
[18:08] You never know where you're going to end up
[20:26] You’re so in your head
[21:40] You guys got me at 18 years old
[23:00] Where can we find you
Every time you meet with someone, make the connection, save their number, communicate with them, wish them happy birthday, Happy New Year, I will always do business with someone I'm familiar with more than I will do business with someone I'm not familiar with. - Liram Sustiel
You need to drop your ego, stop being so prideful, and allow people to help you. - Alex Quin
There's no such thing as luck, luck is only when hard work meets opportunity. If you’re putting a lot of hard work it only takes one person to walk through that door to change your life. - Alex Quin
In this podcast episode, Alex Quin hosts Tom Wheelwright, a renowned entrepreneur, CPA, and author of "Tax Free Wealth," on the "Hustle Inspires Hustle" podcast. Alex begins by emphasizing the podcast's focus on entrepreneurship and self-development, highlighting the valuable insights listeners can gain from top entrepreneurs and business leaders. Tom shares his journey from growing up in a Mormon family to becoming a missionary in France, which he credits as the start of his entrepreneurial spirit. He recounts his career progression, including his time at Ernst & Young, running his own CPA firm, and his collaboration with Robert Kiyosaki of "Rich Dad Poor Dad" fame.
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Alex Quin is a full-stack marketing expert and global keynote speaker. Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of UADV Marketing - a member of the Forbes Agency Council.