10x Your Business with Grant Cardone
NY Times Best selling author, international sales and business expert who writes for Entrepreneur Magazine, Business Insider and Wells Fargo – Grant Cardone
Super salesman and motivational guru Grant Cardone is on the show by listener request. He shows us how to think 10 times the way we do now, and how much a true hustler works. Grant is very inspiring and motivational and fired me up too!
Resources mentioned in the podcast:
- The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone
- Sell or Be Sold by Grant Cardone
Go to GrantCardone.com for more info!
Thanks so much for listening!
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It sounds like the 10x strategy can really help people reach some amazing goals. Great interview, thanks for posting it!
I’m using your podcast nearly everyday. It is so amazing. thank you!
And special thanks to Mr.Grant Cardone a huge inspiration 🙂
That’s was seriously motivating. I can totally see myself in Grant.
80% introverted and 20% extroverted because I have to be.
I’m keen for more of your weekly interviews like this!
I am 10X my videos, my blogs, my podcast. Thank you so much for this great interview.
Wow, I cried, he said 2 key things, HUSTLE and promoting haters being an alli. And dad wanted to make a million and I did it, he didn’t, now I’m fired up after this pod cast. Serious motivate. Xox hugs mrs tardy, another great podcast. Keep them coming !!!!
The interview with Grant was awesome. This guy has a powerful personality that motivates me to keep grinding. It motivates me to keep the hustle going.
My biggest take away is “Get Attention”. Make the world know who you are.
Vaposeum Electronic Cigarettes LLC.
Likely, the best interview you’ve done. I’ve listened to it twice and am going back for thirds. Big take-aways: “Don’t be careful, be dangerous” and “success is shrinking the distance between where you are now and your potential.”
Interesting interview. Reminded me to set larger goals. Was thinking rather small recently but after this, okay, it I’m going to do it, might as well go big, or go home 🙂
What Grant says is quite true about people not selling hustling offline. A lot of folks i.e. potential customers are still offline
Inspiring interview Jaime, but where is the link to the YouTube video Grant made? 🙂
I think this interview made me run faster on my commute home – talking about hustling, and being your best.
How do you reconcile the ideas about having lots on though. Isn’t ‘no white space’ in your calendar, contrary to sound advice about having some buffer, and also focussing on one thing at a time?
Great question! I personally add in those times that I need to be creating. My calendar is TOTALLY full – but sometimes it’s with – brainstorm about new program, or create 10 intro outro videos. It doesn’t always have to be a meeting with another person- it’s just getting shit done! 😉
Great interview! Sales and revenue are key! We’re all salesman and it’s the ones who admit and embrace it who thrive!
Thanks, Grant Cardone is correct it’s all about getting attention. The MORE ATTENTION the better. In my business I have to position myself as the market expert. Even though my prices are higher than my competitors people see me as the “official” source which makes sales easier.
Owner of ISTQB Dumps LLC.
Love the massive action taken right in front of us. Go hustle! 2 success dreams!
Great energy. Now this is my go-to listen whenever I feel overwhelmed (and I listen to it via ipod … while running … at fast-speed-listen).
You gotta love someone who just straight out tells you you’re gonna fail no matter what, so just embrace it and go ahead and fail at something really big instead of something small.
Now this is the interview I put on when I start whining about how I’m not getting everything on my plate done – and then I just start laughing at myself.
Not sure how I’d relate to it if I were watching the video, but audio – especially sped up – is a complete high!
This is someone I definitely need to hear more about, thanks a lot for sharing.
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Thanks, I loved the interview.