32 minutes | May 5th 2019

The Rules to 10X Success with Grant Cardone

Grant Cardone is the #1 sales trainer in the world, a multiple new york times best-selling author, and an internationally renowned speaker on leadership, real estate investing, entrepreneurship, social media, and finance. What really stands out about Grant though is how absolutely relentless he is about setting your mind to goals that are 10X (10 times larger than) what your current goals and dreams are. In the beginning Grant had a rocky start with addiction and losing his father at a young age. Today, grant has built a real estate business alone that has well over $1b in assets and his sales training has more than 50,000,000 customers. In this interview, Grant shares his rules for success and exactly what you need to do to thrive in business. iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | Spreaker | Acast | Player FM | PodBean   RESOURCES / LINKS: Grant on Instagram Grant’s Website Grant’s Facebook Events with Grant Speaking   3 KEY POINTS: You can’t be a manager and an entrepreneur at the same time Saving money is an indication that you are not sure about what you’re doing Connections are the most powerful commodity on this planet   WHAT GUEST SHARES: “Businesses fail due to a lack of products” (a wide enough selection) “Business fail because the top line doesn’t grow fast enough and wide enough” “I’m learning these things by doing, not by being a speaker” “No one knows more about cold calling a business owner than I do” “Document everything” “You learn by doing it and doing it until it works” “I’m not trying to motivate people, I’m telling you what to do” “Start with the end game and then reverse engineer” “People are NOT inherently lazy” Learn from success, not failures” “If we should do it, we should do it now” “Maybe’s kill businesses” “The speed at which you can make a decision determines the speed at which you can make money” “When you become slow it’s because you have conflicting data” “Money isn’t worth anything until it’s put to use.” “No data is good when it’s in conflict”  
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