The Property Brothers Talk Entrepreneurship, Risk-Taking, and the Value of Failure

Check out our behind-the-scenes video of Drew and Jonathan Scott at our March cover shoot, and what they have to say about creating your own success.

learn more about Entrepreneur Staff

By Entrepreneur Staff

As the stars of HGTV's hit show Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott have spent their careers conquering the worlds of entertainment, real estate, and design. They've learned plenty of lessons along the way -- primarily that they're more powerful as a pair. To perfect their relationship as partners, they've figured out how to best divide and conquer the many facets of their business operation. And they've realized that passion is worthless unless it comes with a willingness to take risks and fail.

In the above video, the Scotts outline their thoughts on entrepreneurship, but to read more about the dynamic duo, check out our March cover story, The Property Brothers' Business Empire Depends on One Thing: Their Very Strong Partnership.

Entrepreneur Staff

Entrepreneur Staff

Editor

Related Topics

Editor's Pick

Have More Responsibilities at Work, But No Pay Bump? Use This Script to Get the Raise You Deserve.
Black and Asian Founders Face Opposition at All Levels — Here's Why That Has to Change
Management

Are Robots Coming to Replace Us? 4 Jobs Artificial Intelligence Can't Outcompete (Yet!)

Is artificial intelligence (AI) evolving to make our lives easier? I believe the answer is that it is a bit of both in the long run, but there is no need to panic for now.

Living

Invest in Yourself: 10 Things Every Working Woman Should Do This Year

When striving for success, it is easy to forget about your mental and physical health. But without health, you cannot fully succeed. Follow these ten lifestyle strategies for success in your personal and professional life.

Business News

A Jar of Sand From the Beach Where Tom Brady Retired Is Selling For Nearly $100,000

Brady's retirement announcement has many diehard fans wanting to memorialize the moment, and now, thanks to one eager eBay seller, they can have their shot.

Business News

Elon Musk Says He 'Saved' Twitter From Bankruptcy

The billionaire says the last few months were a "pain" he would not "wish on anyone."

Leadership

Are You a Trauma-Responsive Leader? Why Trauma-Informed Leaders Make a Happy and Healthy Workplace

By bringing more trauma awareness and building a culture of patience, compassion, forgiveness and empathy, we can create the understanding that leads to happier, healthier and more productive people and places of business.