April 25, 2022

124 | Brett Scott | The Accidental Entrepreneur


Show Summary:

Have you ever thought about working for yourself?  Most of us have at least considered it at one time or another.  But, could you imagine “accidentally” starting a business?  Our guest today, Brett Scott, did just that.  In this episode of The Fat & Broke Podcast, we talk to Brett about how he went from graduating from Physical Therapy school with no plans of entrepreneurship to owning Barbell Therapy & Performance and Arkitect Fitness….by accident!  Stay tuned to hear how Brett used failure, luck, coaching, and more to achieve amazing success.

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About Our Guest:

Brett is a physical therapist, national-level weightlifting coach, competitive weightlifter, and entrepreneur.  He is the owner of Barbell Therapy & Performance and Arkitect Fitness.  With over 10 years of experience in the strength and conditioning field, Brett founded Barbell Therapy in 2017 after finishing PT school knowing there was something unique he had to offer to patients.  His mission of Barbell Therapy is to treat AND COACH athletes and active adults back to elite levels of performance. After accidentally starting Barbell Therapy, his love, passion, and success for coaching in a unique semi-private model continued to grow and flourish into what is now Arkitect fitness.  You can find both businesses in Concord, NH, and Tyngsboro, MA.

Topics Discussed:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Coaching
  • Failure
  • Culture
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Invest In Yourself
  • Goals
  • Business School

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Thanks for listening!

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Brett Scott

Owner/Physical Therapist/Strength Coach

Brett is a physical therapist, national level weightlifting coach, competitive weightlifter, and entrepreneur. He is the owner of Barbell Therapy & Performance and Arkitect Fitness. With over 10 years of experience in the strength and conditioning field, Brett founded Barbell Therapy in 2017 after finishing PT school knowing there was something unique he had to offer to patients. His mission of Barbell Therapy is to treat AND COACH athletes and active adults back to elite levels of performance, especially after other providers in the medical model have doubted them. After accidentally starting Barbell Therapy, his love, passion and success for coaching in a unique semi private model continued to grow and flourish into what is now Arkitect fitness. You can find both businesses in both Concord, NH and Tyngsboro, MA.