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Entrepreneur at age 10, retired by age 40. Too good to be true? Brent Warnock shares advice he learned as a result of his mistakes and failures. Discover what he deems to be the 13 most critical lessons he acquired on his own trek to success. Learn from the experiences of others and start on your own path to success today!
Brent Warnock is a lifelong entrepreneur. He began his business adventures at the age of ten by operating (with his mom as driver) five snack shacks for the local baseball association. After a myriad of business endeavors and enterprises—some successful and some not—Brent was able to fulfill his lifelong dream to retire before the age of forty. He has completed his coursework for a PhD in Communication at the University of Utah and has taught business and communication courses for the past fifteen-plus years at local universities and colleges. He is a popular teacher, speaker, and presenter and founded The Communication Organization (TCO), an organization providing business, communication, and relationship information to an international audience. In 2003, Brent and his wife, Kathie, were finalists for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. Brent enjoys weight lifting, golfing, hiking, biking, teaching, and writing. Mostly he enjoys spending time with his three best friends—his children. He resides in Bountiful, Utah.