$2.5B+ in Assets – Dwayne Clark, Aegis Living

$2.5B+ in Assets – Dwayne Clark, Aegis Living

June 11, 2019

For today’s episode, we have the privilege of sitting down with a true industry titan, Dwayne Clark. As the founder of Aegis Living, a company with over $2.5 billion in assets, Dwayne has not only revolutionized the senior living industry but has also built an empire that stands as a testament to his leadership and unwavering dedication.

Dwayne shares the importance of having employee-first culture and how he was to grow Aegis.

Tune in to Dwayne Clark’s extraordinary journey and gain insights into his strategies for business success.

About Dwayne Clark: 

Dwayne Clark is a visionary entrepreneur and founder of Aegis Living, the nation’s premier assisted living communities. With over 60,000 residents served and 30 locations nationwide, Dwayne’s expertise in senior care and business management is unparalleled. Alongside his achievements, his philanthropic efforts and support for over 70 charities demonstrate his commitment to making a positive impact on society.

In addition to his remarkable success in the business world, Dwayne is a published author. His books, including ‘A Big Life,’ ‘30 Summers More,’ ‘My Mother, My Son,’ ‘Saturdays with G.G,’ and ‘Help Wanted: Recruiting, Hiring, and Retaining Exceptional Staff,’ provide practical strategies and inspiration for personal and professional growth. 

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Best Advice I Ever Received: 

Love all, trust few, always paddle your own canoe.

Best Advice I’d Give To Someone Who Wants To Build A $10m+ Business: 

Assume all the risk and hire best talent possible.

In this episode, Steve, Mary, Richard, and Dwayne discuss:

  • Having an employee first culture
  • Growing Aegis and raising capital through the embryonic stages
  • The Potato Soup Foundation and having a community of sustainability
  • Living at Aegis and the family culture

Key Takeaways:

  • Love all trust few always paddle your own canoe
  • You can wallow in the quagmire of your life, or you can turn it into rocket fuel and launch yourself out
  • Accept ideas from your workers. Don’t just say no without consideration
  • Take care of yourself, physically and mentally. Without your health, you cannot help others
“It’s the people that touch the clientele that make the difference.” — Dwayne Clark

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