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Yet he's tough but he's mean he's just trying to save these people from having their bars go underground literally -- -- -- up our rescue on spike TV good to have you great to be here I love this show because I you know I just certain watching hundreds of these sort of you know take things that are falling apart revitalizing them.
The premise of the show explain.
What I've been doing this for 35 years when -- really happening I do I really am I'm a great park consultant.
The normally takes -- sixty days to do this in real life to turn -- whole business and change people around.
I'm given five days so it's intense I've got a clock ticking in my head every minute.
You've got you've got bar owners.
Watney and you know that watch the show you've got viewers watching this and -- like.
We what is it what makes this guy's such an expert please give us a little bit of your background so we understand why people who are it -- -- -- going on there are having you come in there and tell them what to do yell at them.
-- hold up to seventeen I -- operator of the year twice property of the year one -- a night club hall of fame.
And -- another -- for backup that's natural.
I -- so so I really -- real and the show is it is sort of an auto biographical.
Portrait of what they do every day just more intense because I have less time to do it.
So how do you find how to how to bars or did they find you.
What's the primary -- we had about a thousand applicants.
-- -- wanna make sure it's real bright -- hustling -- for re my the primary are in trouble we wanna make sure that not criminals and committing fraud and things like that.
And they want to make sure it's a compelling story and they are these are people whose lives are -- line.
You know -- the episode last week as I know you saw this one's 47 years old living in her parents' basement with a.
Yeah this is the yet you know if that the interesting things is really the part bar episode.
If you haven't seen it when people just like pirates.
You basically think they ask for your help they've been whittled down there are lucky enough to have somebody come it is going to give them expert advice.
That's actually -- -- place -- free they're not paying part of -- you have to -- tax I don't know but you know.
But you tell kids that he would give that advice and in many cases which is -- the -- so I just think.
They get really offended and that some short walk away will be what.
How you deal with it's why why why is that its mind about -- -- -- in five days we give them new recipes menus -- goes into interiors new -- we trained all their employees you know like coming with experts -- whole team of experts for help.
And so often they throw it away but you know you can change -- business you can always change people what.
The common denominator.
But they are a lot about the of the failure went well and with all these cars you check what's the common denominator common problem in Anbar rescue was talking a lot about failure.
I used -- all lot of -- success before -- -- you know I really understand failure deeper.
The common denominator is excuses.
Yes you wake up in the morning you blame Obama you blame the congress should blame construction industry that -- too much and didn't slow enough now we blame Greece.
The fact is if you wake up in the morning and blame somebody else you keep failing in your fine.
If you wake up and still in the mirror and see if failure you don't like.
That -- the common denominator usually pays you its failure Travis friend happens -- watch this he wasn't medical sales.
And all the sudden he is taking it a bar in Hoboken, New Jersey it's -- he hadn't been a very popular area but the -- with a woman that just doesn't indeed.
How a lot of the judge to let people just don't -- to go there he says they've gotten partners and he's decided with no experience whatsoever managing anything in in this round.
That he's going to buy and he's going to turn into a hot car -- his experience of bars is that he goes up.
This isn't easy and is this a -- this a recipe for failure because I'm looking out of her mind.
-- On opposite you know somebody was into drugs I would recommend maybe your pharmacist.
And this is the same story if you loved drinking and hanging out in bars are probably should know one forms are businesses are tough.
I work hard and mean weekends off forget about it New Year's -- holidays forget about it -- a work day and night you gotta love to work I think I think people.
At any parent alike -- Barnum and be able to socialize like he's on that -- the woman to have some drinks it's not like that if you if you are doing that.
-- -- -- like yourself out of business you gonna fail.
So hopefully this guy's gonna keep it together I don't know I don't want I don't -- shown up in Hoboken this -- If there's a problem -- not you know I can't get -- ball because -- thank you so much it's not spike TV guys that secular close to listen life.
It is really really cool show highlight the way you treat people because you know we know that other guy because at a restaurant finish up we -- -- -- he is.
Ramsey doesn't need -- -- -- you know I love I love them but I like yourself because -- you're respectful to that you really.
You are trying to help him.
There's a lot to me -- well good luck CEO.
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