He started his career at 21 and at 35, he and a Business partner acquired controlling interest in the company he’d helped build from a $35 million local business to one of the largest wholesale food distributors in the nation, with annual sales almost a quarter-billion dollars.
In addition to his 10 year stint as a stand up comedian, Butch has written two books:
- The 10 Essential Habits of Sales Superstars: Plugging Into The Power of Ten
- Sales Management For Dummies
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Life After Selling
Butch and I talked about some of the challenges he experienced after Selling his company. Much to his surprise, it wasn’t all “beaches and margaritas” as many expect. Listen to this episode to discover how Butch has reinvented himself as a digi-preneur.
Butch Bellah on How He Burned out on Beaches and Margaritas
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