At the age of 27, Kent Clothier was on top of the world. He was running an 800-million-dollar company, working 15-hour days, and living with all the trappings you might expect a 27-year-old millionaire to indulge in.
Less than five years later, he was bankrupt, unemployed, and grappling with the fact that for the past few years he'd been, in his own words, "about as big a douchebag as you can be."
Today, Clothier and his family run a total of six separate multi-million-dollar companies, several of which have landed on the Inc. 5000 at the same time.
Two of their most notable ventures include a real estate investment company and a real estate investment education company, Real Estate Worldwide, that has served upwards of 50,000 students over the past 10 years ...