— meet the serial entrepreneur
You deserve to be free to live the life you want using the gifts and talents you were born with!
Sometimes all you need is someone to share their experiences (good and bad) to help you get there faster. That’s where I come in.
MEET ARTHUR TOOLE III
“At the end of the day, I want to help people and businesses dream bigger, achieve their goals, and carry out their mission in life.” -Arthur Toole
Arthur’s story began in Birmingham, Alabama. After college, 11 years in the U. S. Army, an MBA in finance from Clark Atlanta University, and years of corporate experience, he committed to building a blueprint for others to follow to become successful in their entrepreneurial pursuits.
What drives Arthur is his desire to protect and support his family and friends while creating resources that will positively impact the lives of those who directly or indirectly come into contact with him. To that end, he published the book “Don’t Eat From the F.I.G. Tree”, founded a school (SIFT Institute), established non-profit organizations (Empower a Teacher and Sift Foundation), and created podcasts (Restart with Art and Pain Relief University).
In his words, “Being a first-generation entrepreneur allowed me to experience both epic failures and generation-altering successes and I learned a lot along the way. It is my belief that everyone shouldn’t have to learn these lessons through trial and error. I aim to live a transparent life so those who are willing, can learn from me and build faster and better than I have.”
Arthur has been called many things on his journey, but when asked what he would call himself, he said, “I am a servant to and guide for the people who are just one solution away from fulfilling their calling.”
Veteran Shark Tank winner 2019
“We had a lot of people who told us this is a waste of time, but we believed in it and we believed that what we were doing was right, and it was going to help people,” said Arthur, 41, of Germantown, Maryland of their topical pain product, MegRelief, launched in March.
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