Making Multi-Millions From Footwear – Brian Smith

Making Multi-Millions From Footwear – Brian Smith

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Brian Smith UGG Boots Australia Entrepereneur

Multi-Millionaire Australian Entrepreneur “Brian Smith” Sold the cozy footwear line “UGG Boots” back in 1995 for multi-millions and has since been travelling the world to share his inspirational advice for entrepreneurs of all ages, showing them the right way to build and sell their business.

Brian shares his advice for up and coming entrepreneurs in this podcast interview with Addicted2Success founder Joel Brown.

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3 Lines of Advice for Entrepreneurs from Brian Smith


1. You don’t have to know exactly where you are going before you start.

Just start and you will work it out along the way. Most people fail because they don’t take the action.

2. Don’t let your business plan projections scare you.

Go through your business plan template and work out what obstacles will be in the way and work out if you are willing to face these challenges along the way.

3. Live in the moment.

Don’t be frustrated if you aren’t where you want to be. The quickest way for a tadpole to grow into a frog is to be happy and enjoy who you are in the moment, knowing that you will grow into something bigger and better in the future.

I am the the Founder of and I am so grateful you're here to be part of this awesome community. I love connecting with people who have a passion for Entrepreneurship, Self Development & Achieving Success. I started this website with the intention of educating and inspiring likeminded people to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances. I'm proud to say through my podcast and through this website we have impacted over 60 million lives in the last 4 and a half years.


  1. Great advice from Brian. I have bought a few UGGs in the past and they are really comfortable. Great work Brian! Good on you for cashing in back in the day, that would have been a lot of money back then.

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