John Paul DeJoria knows how to thrive in a crisis. The serial entrepreneur and co-founder of John Paul Mitchell Systems was homeless twice before becoming a self-made billionaire. On Wednesday at 1 p.m. Eastern, DeJoria will sit down with Inc. editor-at-large Tom Foster to share his business philosophy and advice on how to find opportunities where you least expect them.

Join us for the second installment of Inc.'s Real Talk: Business Reboot, during which DeJoria will recount how going door to door selling everything from shampoo to life insurance helped prepare him to lead several companies across a variety of industries. It's free, so register now because space is limited.

While DeJoria's business empire includes the Patrón Spirits Company, pet care line John Paul Pet, and jeweler DeJoria Diamonds, philanthropy is a major focus. He famously signed the Giving Pledge alongside billionaires Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, and Ted Turner, all of whom have pledged to give most of their money away to charity. DeJoria's motto: "Success unshared is failure." 

To hear DeJoria's advice for business owners, sign up for Wednesday's webinar before space runs out.