Rank #1: 212: How to Sell Yourself
On today’s episode, Grant talks about something that even some of the 2016 presidential candidates could use a few tips about—how to sell yourself. Simply showing up is not enough. Grant discusses how some of the GOP candidates may have been on-stage, but they didn’t show-up to blow-up.
Watch Grant discuss these three rules to selling yourself:
1. Show up, and then show up again — then show off 2. Claim the stage as the authority 3. Sell who you are
Think of your life as a movie and remember you are the producer, director and writer. That being said, it is invaluable to learn how to present yourself in a moment and command an audience.
Apr 15 2016
Rank #2: 204: How to Make Your First Million
12 Steps to Make Your First Million: 1. Never Been Easier 2. Saving Won’t Do 3. Live Below Your Means 4. Tax Angles 5. Mature From Income to Investor 6. Boss Up 7. Automate a Pay-Yourself-First Program 8. Be in a Hurry 9. Do the Millionaire Math 10. Do Not Diversify 11. Multiple Flows 12. Avoid Spending Money
Feb 19 2016
Rank #3: 338: CZ "Be Hard on Yourself"
Jun 15 2018
Rank #4: 343: CZ "Financial Offense"
Jun 22 2018
Rank #5: 252: Time is Money
There is a direct relationship between time and money—they are connected. What do they have in common? If you want more money, you really want more time. Speed is the new big. You need to either go half as far or twice as fast. If you could have more of time or money, which of them would you choose? Time is money. Time is distance / speed, so if you want to get rich you have to do more with your time or buy other people’s time.
Grant is in a hurry. When you slow down you become less valuable. Grant is in a hurry. When you slow down you become less valuable.
Plant more crops each day and you’ll have a bigger harvest. Here are 3 tips today:
1. Decide to control time. 2. Make Priorities. 3. Multiply time.
The same 3 problems exist with time and money. People don’t know how to make it, keep it, or multiply it. It’s the same 3 problems.
Feb 17 2017
Rank #6: 398: Four Ways to Get More Confidence in Your Deals
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Until such time that the Offering Statement is qualified by the SEC, no money or consideration is being solicited, and if sent in response prior to qualification, such money will not be accepted. No offer to buy the securities can be accepted and no part of the purchase price can be received until the offering statement is qualified. Any offer may be withdrawn or revoked, without obligation or commitment of any kind, at any time before notice of its acceptance given after the qualification date. A person's indication of interest involves no obligation or commitment of any kind. Our Offering Circular, which is part of the Offering Statement, may be found at www.cardonecapital.com/offering
How do you become confident in the deal you’re picking? How do you know a deal is a good deal? I’ll give you four ways to get confidence to know your deal is a good deal to invest in. Take a listen!
Oct 08 2018
Rank #7: 193: Cold Calling is Dead Because You Suck
On today’s episode Grant discusses the art of cold calling. It’s necessary and unavoidable for everyone at some point in their lives—especially for entrepreneurs.
As long as you need something in business -- more clients, a permit, a loan or a favor, you will have to get to the right person, get their attention and convince them to take action.
Tune-in and watch Grant role play with various callers and critique their cold calling pitches. Grant offers tons of valuable information to make your cold call a successful one: Here are a few tips to master the cold call: 1. Be confident 2. Open with your reason for calling 3. Offer a bold claim early in the call
Cold calling is one of those things an entrepreneur must learn to master. The sooner you start to cold call as a way to promote your business, the better off you will be.
Nov 20 2015
Rank #8: 467: Three Things You Must Do to Be Successful in Sales
Feb 08 2019
Rank #9: 413: Interview with Million Dollar Listing New York Ryan Serhant
Nov 06 2018
Rank #10: 330: CZ "How to Double Money"
Jun 01 2018
Rank #11: 342: YH "How To Know If You're in The Right Job."
Are You in The Right Job? Have you ever asked yourself if you are in the right job? How about if, and when you should quit a job? You need to know when it’s simply time to double-down or move on from a position.
You need to determine if the problem is the job itself, or you. Make the effort to take a serious look at if it’s you or the job. This assessment will let you then focus your energy on fixing the right thing. Either the job or your approach and attitude about it.
Jun 21 2018
Rank #12: 416: Why You Hate Your Job
Nov 09 2018
Rank #13: Bankruptcy, Real Estate, and Grant Cardone
Should you file bankruptcy? And when should you start buying the foreclosures that will be coming? Come take a look at my cash burn, what’s happening inside my real estate right now, and what my advice is for you when it comes to your assets during this time of crisis.
Our offerings under Rule 506(c) are for accredited investors only. For our current regulation a offering, no sale may be made to you in this offering if the aggregate purchase price you pay is more than 10% of the greater of your annual income or net worth. Different rules apply to accredited investors and non-natural persons. Before making any representation that your investment does not exceed applicable thresholds, we encourage you to review rule 251(d)(2)(i)(c) of regulation a. For general information on investing, we encourage you to refer to www.investor.gov. For our anticipated Regulation A offering, until such time that the Offering Statement is qualified by the SEC, no money or consideration is being solicited, and if sent in response prior to qualification, such money will not be accepted. No offer to buy the securities can be accepted and no part of the purchase price can be received until the offering statement is qualified. Any offer may be withdrawn or revoked, without obligation or commitment of any kind, at any time before notice of its acceptance given after the qualification date. A person’s indication of interest involves no obligation or commitment of any kind. Our Offering Circular, which is part of the Offering Statement, may be found at www.cardonecapital.com/offering-1. *All investments are highly speculative in nature and involves substantial risk of loss. We encourage our investors to invest very carefully. We also encourage investors to get personal advice from your professional investment advisor and to make independent investigations before acting on the information that we publish. We do not in any way whatsoever warrant or guarantee the success of any action you take in reliance on our statements or recommendations.
Apr 20 2020
Rank #14: Relationships coping with quarantine
- You’re bonding and enjoying the extra time together
- You’re driving each other crazy
Apr 29 2020
Rank #15: 309: Millenial Money Mistakes
We all have made money mistakes—but the problem is for many, they keep making the same mistakes over and over and over again. You must learn from these common mistakes if you're ever going to create big wealth in your life. Here are some top money mistakes:
#1 Being Short-Sighted #2 Not Developing Any Skill Set #3 Making Zero Investments to Learn More About Money #4 Living Above Your Means #5 Not making investments in time and money to get better
Apr 26 2018
Rank #16: 354: How to Get Rich Working for Someone Else
How to Get Rich Working for Someone Else
It is possible to get rich working for someone else. Make sure there’s opportunity at the company you’re working at and make sure you have the skills to accomplish it. Listen for the five things you need to know to make it rich without being an entrepreneur.
Jul 12 2018
Rank #17: 358: Money and Attention
Jul 19 2018
Rank #18: 476: Three Tips to Get Ahead in Life
Feb 28 2019
Rank #19: 158: How to Buy Multi-Family Apartments
In this previously aired episode, Grant Cardone, successful entrepreneur, best selling author and real estate investor shares the secrets to multifamily investing. For over 25 years Grant Cardone has been investing in multifamily real estate. He believes the America is becoming a renter’s nation offering a great opportunity to create additional income. Grant offers so many helpful details and announces a new show where he will take an even deeper dive into the many things associated with multifamily properties. In this episode Grant discusses the reason one should invest in apartments:
Why to invest in multifamily real estate: 1. Preserve capital. 2. Protect yourself long-term. 3. Multiple flows of income. 4. Leverage (debt vs. money down) 5. Expenses paid by others.
He also offers concise definitions of terminology associated with multifamily investing such as Cap Rate, Price Per Unit, Pro Forma, Trailing 12 and Debt Coverage Ratio (DCR). Grant underscores that it is incredibly important one understands all that is involved so they can have the certainty and courage to pull the trigger. He suggests starting where you live, where you can go see units and understand the area. This episode of Cardone Zone sets up a new show that Grant will do on Whatever It Takes Network focusing on creating wealth through multifamily investing. If you’re wondering how you can get started tune in.
Mar 13 2015
Rank #20: 329: YH "Tie Your Sales to Your Finances"
You're at 1 of 3 points in your life right now:
#1 Basic Needs #2 Reinvesting #3 Multiplying
When you're at basic needs, you're only getting enough to survive, you're never improving your life. When you finally start to reinvest in you, you begin to grow. Investment leads you to be able to multiply what you have.
Tie your sales to finances and you'll make more money, be more motivated, and be able to help other people
May 31 2018