Terrence Burner is the CEO and co-founder of Menace who has built multiple billion-dollar brands over the years. He has been in financial planning and real estate, and now he’s on a mission to help businesses grow the way he grew his.
Listen to this episode to learn more about Terrence, his new brand Menace, and how he found success in multiple businesses through the years!
Key Talking Points of the Episode
[00:41] Who is Terrence Burner?
[01:35] What is Menace?
[02:21] What did Terrence do before Menace?
[04:36] What does Terrence have to say to listeners today?
[06:25] Why is it important to be surrounded by the right people?
[10:57] What was the transition mindset like for Terrence?
[14:54] Why is it important to be open to learning new skills?
[17:01] How can you take yourself to the next level?
[21:26] What does it mean to be a menace for Terrence?
[24:47] How does Terrence put execution over excitement?
[27:10] What are the 3 most important things in business?
[28:10] Who are the most dangerous people to be around?
[29:55] Why is it important to be surrounded by the right kind of people?
[33:44] What is it like for Terrence to build Menace with his best friends?
[35:00] What is the message of Menace like to me?
[40:20] What is Terrence’s best advice for aspiring entrepreneurs?
[43:07] What does it really mean to be a Menace in business?
[44:57] Why is it important to pay attention to the market?
[49:32] What can people expect from the next MenaceCon?
[51:24] What value can entrepreneurs get from MenaceCon?
“If you can get clear on the types of people you want in your life, everything else takes care of itself.”
“You’re always trying to get somebody to look so far into the future that sometimes, you forget what’s going on right now.”
“I’m not trying to preserve and create. Those are like trying to take a left and a right turn at the same time, like a tall short guy, a skinny fat guy – it doesn’t make sense, it doesn’t add up, they’ll never align.”
“Far beyond the financial commitment, it’s a personal commitment of courage to do the things that you wanna do.”
“Creativity follows commitment, so where your commitment is, you’ll be creative in figuring it out.”
“The key is once you hit the brakes, once you pivot, you can’t stop because if you stop, momentum is dead.”