In this episode, Chrissy chats with Scott Bintz, the founder of RealTruck.com, a $100M e-commerce store from North Dakota. Recently, Scott became a rookie author, publishing his first book Principles to Fortune: Crafting a Culture to Massively Grow a Business. He discusses his guiding principles in the workplace and how these fundamental values led to his success today. He also explains how these values can be adapted by anyone, anywhere.

  • Scott discusses the core values of his company and the fundamental business principles that led him to success.
  • Scott talks about book marketing, and how not knowing what he should do allowed him the creative freedom to do anything he wanted.
  • He also discusses customer satisfaction and how we like to be wowed by a great customer experience, so anything you can do to enhance that is great for your customer or reader.
  • Scott chats to us about failure and how you should never be afraid to fail, as no one will remember it anyway.

Links of Interest


Principles of Fortune: Crafting a Culture to Massively Grow a Business: https://www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/principles-to-fortune

RealTruck.com: https://www.realtruck.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Bintzness101

YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-ZXvXwjzaxDdpsWsMfP7sw

author-scott-bintz-newScott Bintz founded RealTruck.com in the basement of a duplex in 1998, that grew into a 100+ million dollar e-commerce super-store. He is an e-commerce entrepreneur as he continues to be heavily involved in several companies ranging from race car parts to coffee for entrepreneurs. Most recently, Scott became a rookie author as he published his first book, Principles to Fortune: Crafting a Culture to Massively Grow a Business. His book explains how to integrate a winning culture based on guiding principles into the work place and how anyone can do it no matter where they are from. With a personal mission to be useful and make people’s lives better, he always does his best to make people smile.





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