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How to Build a Million-Dollar Brand When You're Broke and Living on Your Sister's Couch

'Fast N' Loud' star and serial entrepreneur Richard Rawlings talks about his passion for cars and drive for success.
Entrepreneur Staff
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Did a guy who was so broke that he and his wife had to live on his sister's couch ever predict that, in a few years, he'd be on TV shows aired in more than 200 countries, own restaurant chains, apparel lines, branded tequila and vodka, and run a wildly successful car garage?

Yes.

Richard Rawlings, the guy behind Gas Monkey Garage and star of Discovery’s Fast N’ Loud, envisioned all of that and more.

Related: He Went From Dead Broke to Millionaire Because He Just Wouldn't Quit

As the premiere of the new season of Fast N’ Loud nears (Oct. 16), Rawlings stopped by the Entrepreneur office in New York to discuss empire-building, his passion for entrepreneurship and his unstoppable drive to go bigger and faster. Check out the above video!

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