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Success Secrets From One of the World's Richest Restaurateurs

Tilman Fertitta didn't become a billionaire overnight.
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On this episode, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars sits down with Tilman Fertitta, CEO and chairman of Landry's, Inc. one of the nation's largest restaurant companies, to talk about his passion for business. 

"When I was in college -- in high school -- I used to say, 'I want to have my first jet when I'm 35 years old,'" says Fertitta. "I just knew, even though I wasn't a great student, academically, at all. I just knew that I knew business."

Sure enough, Fertitta bought his first jet when he was 35 years old. 

Watch the video to learn more about how he did it.

Related: The CEO of FUBU Started Selling Pencils When He Was 6 Years Old

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