Born to teenage parents in the South, James Webb grew up poor. He began working in sales at just five years old. His environment alone taught him how to survive in business and life. His book, "Redneck Resilience: A Country Boy's Journey To Prosperity" showcases James's amazing stories in life and in business. He's out to teach young entrepreneurs how important resilience is when it comes to being successful.
James went from working for free at a hospital for two years to selling MRI machines in Central America (Nicaragua). He eventually became a franchise owner in Orangetheory Fitness and now works with ScentHound.
As a prior franchise candidate James shares why he chose the brands he did and why franchise sales people really need to change their approach to selling territories over anything else.
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