New Episode of the Entrepreneurially Thinking Podcast
May 10, 2019
New episode of Entrepreneurially Thinking podcast
Joining us today is Bradley Loyet, Owner of BP Fabrication LLC, a fabrication and manufacturing business located in St. Louis, Missouri whose focus is on the MotorSports industry. Brad, a race car driver at heart, found himself on the wrong side of a freak accident in 2018, however, his determination is allowing him to finish his racing career on his own terms
AND as an entrepreneur.
In this episode:
Brad talks about how his Father has mentored him through all facets of life whether it’s his work ethics, race car driving, or entrepreneurship, Brad says in one way or another, his Father played a large role. Brad says that entrepreneurial thinking to him means that luck comes from hard work, so keep working hard!
Brad explains how a freak accident while changing a race car tire pushed him to retire from racing and eventually led him to the entrepreneurship side of motorsports with the establishing of BP Fabrication, LLC.
Brad discusses business factors such as employee retention and training, machinery upkeep, account sales and retention, and of course manufacturing. Brad says that he hopes to build his business to a point where he can retire at the young age of 45.
Brad explains the ‘crumb to bakery’ process to which he runs his business.
Brad says that he is a student entrepreneur and explains to us what inspires him as an entrepreneur – He says that he reads a lot of books that are about entrepreneurship and written by entrepreneurs. Brad’s advice to us all is to put the work in and it will return ten-fold.