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24 minutes | Jun 8, 2018
111: Podcast Announcement
Power Players podcast moved to Cardone Zone. All episodes in one place. Go to GrantCardone.com/podcast
49 minutes | Mar 20, 2018
110: Edwin Arroyave and Grant Cardone
Edwin Arroyave is the CEO of Skyline Security which has made the Inc 5000 list for fastest growing companies for 3 years in a row. Skyline’s company mission is to ensure sure that with their aggressive push for quantity, they still provide the highest quality of service. Watch Grant and Edwin talk about expansion, recruitment and sales in this exclusive power player interview.
19 minutes | Nov 28, 2017
109: Naveen Jain and Grant Cardone
Technology changes fast, so you need to move with speed. If you’re not riding the wave, you’ll get crushed by the wave. Windows close fast now, and the life of an entrepreneur is like a heart beat. A billion dollars isn’t what makes you a billionaire, thinking like a billionaire makes you a billionaire. Naveen Jain is a billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist driven to solve the world’s biggest challenges through innovation. He is the founder of several successful companies including Moon Express, Viome, Bluedot, TalentWise, Intelius and InfoSpace. He recently had a company evaluated at over $30 Billion. He will be speaking at my 10X Growthcon coming up this February 22-24th, 2018.
37 minutes | Nov 21, 2017
108: Forbes Riley & Grant Cardone
Forbes Riley is the Queen of Infomercials having done 167 of them and generating over $2.5 billion in sales. Forbes reminds us that if you’re giving a presentation, start with the end in mind. When you sell something, you don’t sell the features, you start with the benefits. I asked how important are bonuses are in a pitch and she said to look at your pitch as a recipe, every ingredient is vital. The secret to selling is simply giving what people want! Forbes also says that in life, don’t be scared to declare what you want. What would you like permission for? Success? Look for Forbes Riley at the upcoming 10XGrowthCon!
53 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
107: Ed Mylett & Grant Cardone
Chairman of WFG, Ed Mylett has built a fortune by being a closer. While his initial dream didn’t work out with playing baseball, he immediately opened his eyes to see the next opportunity. It’s not whether you get up, it’s how fast you get up. He’s now a peak performance coach and is highly interested in reaching his full potential. What’s the highest version of you? Don’t measure yourself against others! Grant and Ed discuss the idea of when’s enough, enough? How do you find massive success? Ed says there are two motivators after significance and wealth: growth and contribution. His 3 tips for reaching your potential include: 1. Monster Hunger. 2. Crazy Work Ethic. 3. Ability to Focus and Remove Distractions.
33 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
106: Donovin Darius & Grant Cardone
Economically, Donovin Darius started at the bottom. Your ability to earn is based on 3 things: the need for what you do, your ability to do it, and how difficult it is to replace you. Sports helped change Donovin’s life economically as he was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars and had a successful career playing in the NFL. He made sure to play at a level that he was difficult to replace. He now runs a foundation that runs football camps to help kids on leadership and life skills. He teaches to redefine yourself, get occupied, and get noticed. Although a person may have pure intentions, they lack the required mindset and action steps to capitalize upon their great potential. You must have the right mindset necessary for success and to dominate—in the NFL or in business. In life, you win and you learn—you only lose when you don’t learn a lesson or you give up.
38 minutes | Aug 22, 2017
105: Tom Bilyeu and Grant Cardone
The Best Tips for Entrepreneurs with Tom Bilyeu & Grant Cardone: Co-founder of Quest Nutrition, which grew by 57,000% in its first 3 years, and was ranked #2 on the Inc 500 fastest growing companies in the United States in 2014. By the end of 2015, Quest was sold at over 40,000 points of distribution in over 70 countries, employed 1,300 full-time employees and over 1,000 part-time ambassadors. Tom's goal with Quest has been to end metabolic disease and show people that food can be good for you and still taste good. Now Tom is teaching others how to develop the mindset of success. Dive into our conversation as we talk about fixed mindsets, the matrix, and whether you have entrepreneurship in your DNA or not. Hear what Tom has to say about the meaning of money and the function of your brain. This is a great episode, don't miss it!
19 minutes | Aug 15, 2017
104: David Osborn and Grant Cardone
Money makes the world go around and David just put out a new book called "Wealth Can't Wait"—and I love that title. Wealth is about abundance so why would you want to wait for that? More money is made in real estate than any other place, but no matter what industry you're in, you want to go deep and get excellent at what you do. Making money is not enough, you need hard assets. David and I discuss working hard but also working smart, what is enough, charity, and the 7 pillars of building wealth.
29 minutes | Aug 8, 2017
103: Sylvester Williams and Grant Cardone
Defensive lineman Sylvester Williams was part of the historically great Denver Broncos defense that won the Super Bowl in 2015. Now playing with the Tennessee Titans, Sylvester came to me for help on real estate. He knows the NFL isn’t going to last forever and he must have a game plan to get his money right after his football career ends. It’s about putting your money in the right places, setting goals, and taking chances. We live in a world ruled by money, but Sylvester reminds us that we can do anything we put our mind to. Listen to new episodes of POWER PLAYERS show Now on the Cardone Zone. GrantCardone.com/podcast
28 minutes | Nov 22, 2016
096: Oliver Luckett & Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone interviews Oliver Luckett, CEO of Revilopark, on Power Players. Oliver talks about the idea that to understand social media you need to look at the inner workings of organisms. There are many parallels between social systems and biology. Cells are united with the same genetics, but each cell is different. You express yourself based on the platform you’re on. Find things that matter to you. And tell a story about it. Reverse engineer the outcome. He offers for entrepreneurs the following advice: 1. Build the content that matters. 2. Put it in front of the people it matters to. 3. Use voices that matter to them Take what people love about your brand and spread it out. Obama had hope, but then you break that message up to different channels—Colorado for Obama or Latino for Obama. The goal in business is to remove time and distance, and social media does that. Give value to a system. We are each a node in a network, and everybody is a cell in a much larger system.
28 minutes | Nov 15, 2016
095: Laura Posada & Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone interviews Power Player Laura Posada about taking control in your life and conquering your fears. She grew up in Puerto Rico and came to the US at 17 to go to college. By 24 she had finished law school and moved back to Puerto Rico where she ended up meeting her husband, famous Yankees catcher Jorge Posada. Laura says to go on a mental diet and deal with negative thoughts in your mind. Distinguish between fear that is real and what is just in your mind. You won’t get into power without being in control, and when you allow others to make decisions, things will get out of control. 40 is the new 20 and if you take care of yourself, workout, and stay positive, you can stay young. The topic of women getting treated differently than men is also discussed in this episode.
25 minutes | Nov 8, 2016
094: Anthony Scaramucci & Grant Cardone
Anthony Scaramucci comes on Power Players with Grant Cardone. Anthony is the founder of SkyBridge Capital, which has 12 billion in asset management. Everyone is a long term investor until they suffer short term losses! Anthony came from a middle class family, worked hard in college and got a job with Goldman Sachs. Don’t go to college unless you have an agenda. Soon thereafter Anthony got fired by Goldman Sachs, but then later got rehired. The lesson is if you’re fired, be a gentleman on the way out and you may have future opportunity. Anthony survived the financial crash of 2008 and says when you are hurting, don’t retreat. Don’t live with fear, go big. Successful people fail, but they persist. His new book is Hopping Over the Rabbit Hole.
17 minutes | Oct 25, 2016
093: Marshall Terrin & Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone interviews Marshall Terrin, owner of True Stim, to talk about how Marshall went from broke to a $10 Million Dollar Business. Marshall is an Iraqi war veteran who at one point was just struggling to survive after transitioning back to civilian life. He was selling a neurological muscle stimulator over Amazon and making just $2,000 a month when he realized he could make a superior version of the product. After connecting with the supplier in China, Marshall created a better over the counter neurological muscle stimulator, which relieves pain without drugs and increase muscle performance. He’s thrived as an underdog utilizing mall kiosks and using Cardone University.
28 minutes | Oct 3, 2016
092: Gerard Adams & Grant Cardone
Gerard Adams, co-founder of Elite Daily and Ceo of Fownders, comes down to sunny Miami Beach, FL to visit Grant Cardone and take a tour of his offices. Elite Daily was recently sold for $50 Million, but that is not the end of the road for Gerard, simply a stepping stone for what is to come. Grant and Gerard are Obsessed. Obsessed with helping their family, employees, and their community. Are you Obsessed?
29 minutes | Aug 9, 2016
091: Steve Griggs & Grant Cardone
Today on Power Players Grant Cardone interviews Steve Griggs—best landscaper in New York—who says he doesn’t just do landscaping design, he does lifestyle design. At the age of 25 Steve knew he had to make some changes in his life when he found himself completely broke. Today, he attributes his success to showing up, doing his job, not saying no, and the willingness to go the extra mile when a client wants something. These qualities are transferable across any industry and are sure to bring you success. Be obsessed or be average.
35 minutes | Jul 19, 2016
090: Mike Rashid & Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone interviews Power Player Mike Rashid, owner of Iron Addicts Gym in Miami. Growing up in Brooklyn, Mike had an up and down childhood with his dad out of state and one of the biggest drug dealers in town affording him and his mom the luxuries of a mansion in Long Island, but it all came crashing down when he died and the financial struggles began. He took up boxing and found that it was actually more mental than physical, like a chess match. Mike became a successful personal trainer but lost everything with a legal incident. Homeless, he fought his way back and now uses the same skills and mental toughness in the gym to grow his businesses. One of the big takeaways from this episode is that if you tell others to do something, you must be willing to do it. Confidence can be built, and if you don’t know what you’re doing it’s ok, just fill in the walls as you go.
28 minutes | Jul 5, 2016
089: Tim Storey & Grant Cardone
Today on Power Players Grant Cardone interviews Tim Storey, an inspirational author, speaker, and life coach who works with celebrities from Oprah to Charlie Sheen. Tim says that sometimes you are just one conversation from the break you’re looking for. Power Players is about people who have achieved power, and Tim now travels the world speaking to crowds from Singapore to Nigeria. Everyone is battling something, and in different areas of life—financial, familial, health, etc.—you are in recovery zone or discovery zone. In a marathon, everyone starts running at the beginning, but when you get to mile 15 it’s just the Kenyans out front. It’s because they’ve battled and gone through some hard training. Coming from Compton, Tim knows small beginnings but working through struggle defines him. At the age of 8 he went to Disney Land and became exposed to a new world—new possibilities. There are two ways we grow: education and exposure. By choosing to think big and positive even in small places, he is who is today. Shift your satellite dish to what’s possible. Be a happy dishwasher and the real you will make a demand on the person that you’ll become.
27 minutes | Jun 8, 2016
088: Victor Young & Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone interviews Victor Young, owner of 3 car dealerships on the west coast of Florida—including a Lamborghini one, Executive Producer at Media & Management Global and CEO of Victor Young Productions and V. Young Enterprises. He works to teach others what he knows and shows people how to experience financial freedom. Victor believes everyone is born with greatness inside of them and it’s every good leader’s job to help them maximize it. It all started with his father working and giving him an example of a work ethic. The youngest of nine kids, he learned early on to work like a man—not a boy. He knew there was a rate that money travels at. He was in a hurry to get his landscaping projects finished to move on to the next project. Today he reverse-engineers. When he understands how something works, he looks at a deal from reverse, finding the challenges and then fixes them before diving in. What you know you own. Don’t let others discount you by bringing your value down. He’s not defined by any one job, he’s an investor. Victor Young is also known as the Daily Life Coach and this is what he says about money: 7 figures is enough to make you worried, 8 figures is starting to get comfortable, but it’s not until you get to 9 figures that you are a player on solid footing. Get your money right!
32 minutes | May 31, 2016
087: Frank Kern & Grant Cardone
The legendary Frank Kern comes on Power Players with Grant Cardone. Frank knows how to automate internet marketing, sales funnels, email campaigns. There are two types of ads, the most common being “We exist” and the goal is just for general awareness. The second type is direct response which causes consumers to respond to an ad in a direct way. This second way is measurable and what Frank does. He builds systems that turn advertising into profit. Every ad dollar should measurably return profit. Your advertising isn’t getting you as much attention as you think it does. The biggest mistakes people make are as followed: 1) Not doing advertising 2) Not doing direct response 3) Not following up Bottom line—you aren’t going to get into power without advertising.
30 minutes | May 24, 2016
086: Peter Dunn & Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone interviews Peter Dunn on Power Players. Known as Pete the Planner, he’s written 10 books and is also a columnist. In 1975 88% of people had a pension. Today it’s less than 10%. He warns people that they must save and become millionaires. Money is behavior, it’s not math. Money is like toilet paper, when there’s a bigger roll available you use more of it. You need to be on the offensive and earn more income but you also should be on the defensive. If there is a hole in your boat it won’t matter how much income you make, you will still sink. There are 3 areas of money you need to concern yourself with: 1.Past—debt 2.Present—spending now 3.Future—setting yourself up If you have money going to the past that is going to hurt your present and future. To become a millionaire you have to understand time. Many people don’t understand compounding interest. In order to retire you will have to break your dependency on your earned income. There’s also a difference between being a millionaire and living a millionaire lifestyle. He bottom line is that In order to ever become a millionaire, you must be putting aside some income.
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