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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited. This show is not for the feint of heart.

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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited. This show is not for the feint of heart.

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32 Ratings
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WHAT A FREAKIN’ BEAST

By Tito1185 - Apr 30 2015
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Grant showing his swag and keeping’ it real. I love it.

Love the style

By grant cardone - Apr 30 2015
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A totally different approach to big players!

iTunes Ratings

32 Ratings
Average Ratings
28
2
0
1
1

WHAT A FREAKIN’ BEAST

By Tito1185 - Apr 30 2015
Read more
Grant showing his swag and keeping’ it real. I love it.

Love the style

By grant cardone - Apr 30 2015
Read more
A totally different approach to big players!

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Confessions of an Entrepreneur

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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited. This show is not for the feint of heart.

008: Jeff Mendez & Grant Cardone

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Grant takes a ride with Jeff Mendez, who runs a business that was valued at $2-billion, with $60-million per month in reoccurring revenue—He’s only 39 years old.

“Real success comes from self determination, hard work, and having a vision.” – Jeff Mendez

Anyone who chooses to become successful can. People want to become successful, but when it comes down to doing what needs to be done, that’s where people fall short.

Jeff believes that everyone has the spark, but they have to recognize it to be able to get it out into the marketplace. Approximately 70% of your success is dependent on your self-confidence and self-determination. Only 5% is dependent on tactical, so you need to have a skill to become massively successful, but the mental is far more important.

People in his company work 108 days of actual knocking on doors to make sales, the rest of the year is spent preparing and building your team. And for them, it takes 7 no’s to get 1 yes. So you have to work hard and build value before you can get the wealth.

Confession: Jeff admits that he listened to some ‘experts’ he shouldn’t have as he was growing up. As Mark Twain defined an expert as, “an ordinary fellow from another town.”

Apr 06 2015

19mins

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005: Daniel Pena & Grant Cardone

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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show is not for the feint of heart.

Dan Peña, known as the “50 Billion Dollar Man” rides with Grant Cardone in this episode of Confessions of an Entrepreneur. He’s a no-bullshit entrepreneur. His back-and-forth with Grant is like nothing you’ve seen on Whatever It Takes Network before.

Confession: Biggest regret: 36-hours before his mother died, he screamed at her, “You’re not fucking dying—you’re not sick.” His second regret is not setting big enough goals.

Tune in to hear his third biggest regret and the rest of his story—and the bits of wisdom that come from a long life of mistakes and successes in both his personal life and his entrepreneurial life that only come from taking great risk.

Feb 09 2015

19mins

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003: Jeffrey Gitomer & Grant Cardone

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Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess something personal, from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show is not for the feint of heart.

In this episode Grant speaks with Jeffrey Gitomer, New York Times best-selling author of The Sales Bible, The Little Red Book of Selling, The Little Black Book of Connections and more! He has sold millions of books and speaks at over 100 presentations each year!#ixzz3RHv5Bjqo

Jan 26 2015

25mins

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004: Steve Kalayjian & Grant Cardone

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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show is not for the feint of heart.

Mr. Kalayjian starts off with a brutal story from the 20s or 30s where his grandmother seeing her father beheaded right before her eyes just because he wouldn’t convert from Christianity to the Muslim religion.

Confession: He built up $3,000 when he was 18-19 years old doing side jobs while he was entry level on Wall Street. He buys a security call option at $54 per share, and he watched it drop down to $0. He had lost everything. Over the next week the stock slowly crept up and he ended up making ~$5k on top of his investment. Lesson learned: Never average down; when you’re wrong you just get the fuck out.

Feb 02 2015

30mins

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007: Carin Rockind & Grant Cardone

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Mar 16 2015

21mins

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014: Tim Storey & Grant Cardone

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Jul 16 2016

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013: Frank Kern & Grant Cardone

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Today on Confessions of an Entrepreneur Grant Cardone drives with master internet marketer Frank Kern. What is the truth behind Frank Kern? Does he really surf all day? He confesses that he’s not good at selling people in person—he sells from a distance. Frank builds systems that turn advertising into profit. Frank talks about how when people start building their marketing list they neglect the list. How many people sign up for a list if they were told, “we’ll hardly ever communicate with you”?

Three words to remember: HIT THE LIST!

May 23 2016

14mins

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012: Gary Cardone & Grant Cardone

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CEO and Co-founder of Chargebacks911 Gary Cardone, twin brother of Grant, comes on “Confessions of an Entrepreneur” and talks about his biggest mistakes. Grant says that there are serial entrepreneurs and then there are lifer entrepreneurs. Gary is a lifer. He started out selling bananas for 18 months and learned from that experience that he could sell anything. In this episode he tells about his $150 million dollar mistake, taking too much time to get things done, underestimating his own ability, and paying attention to your own environment.

If you are a home-run hitter why are you trying to bunt? Don’t try and be something you aren’t. Gary Cardone also emphasizes the need to be willing to fail.

Jan 25 2016

40mins

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011: Brad Lea & Grant Cardone

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Grant Cardone’s raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show features Brad Lea, founder of LightSpeed VT, which reinvented the way training, learning, and communication is delivered, tracked, and measured. He has revolutionized web-based learning. He talks about going from having a job with nothing leftover after each month to having a company generating over 20 million dollars. Along the way his biggest mistakes include taking way too long to get there, cruising along rather than going 100 mph. Procrastination is one of his biggest regrets. Other tips from Brad Lea:

• Don’t be reasonable and quit trying to have “balance”.
• Don’t delay firing people who should be fired. Hold people accountable—yourself included!
• Don’t quit. Ever. If it’s what you want to, keep going. Knock on a door long enough and it will fall down.

Jan 18 2016

23mins

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010: John Lee Dumas & Grant Cardone

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John Lee Dumas turned podcasting into a seven-figure business and joins Grant on this episode of “Confessions of an Entrepreneur” to discuss his biggest mistakes in business.

As a former US Army Tank Commander who spent 13 months in Iraq, John Lee Dumas was trying to find his place in the world post-war when he finally decided to fully commit to creating a platform to connect big thinkers via his Entrepreneur On Fire Podcast.
Today, his award winning Podcast features inspiring interviews with entrepreneurs 7-days a week. He has produced over 1000 episodes and has over 1 million unique monthly listens.

Hear about how delaying his launch date cost him big bucks and the mistake he made with FaceBook ads when he first started. He also discusses with Grant how the army prepared him for business and advice for fellow entrepreneurs.

Oct 19 2015

28mins

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009: Dave Lindahl & Grant Cardone

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David Lindahl is considered the Nation’s Leading Expert in Buying and Selling Multi-Family Properties. Grant himself has dubbed him a King in the Real Estate World.

He has written with Donald Trump, was invited to an event in Utah from the Secretary of the Treasury to figure out how to get out of the real estate “train wreck” of 2009, and currently owns over 8,000 units around the US,

He is a wildly successful small business owner working in multiple markets and sectors, admitting his biggest mistake in real estate was, “going to big on properties too fast,” which he learned in 2006.

Mr. Lindahl says, “Everything is about the team.”

From the age of 16 to 24 he was the lead vocalist in a rock band called Flesh Picnic, but soon realized he couldn’t maintain that for the rest of his life.

“The definition of an entrepreneur: You jump off the cliff and think you can build a plane on your way down.” – David Lindahl

Confession: He had a property valued at $200k that he knew was worth $300k. He took advice from some people he trusted and his mentor, who said not to buy. A year and a half later that property sold for $600k.

Oct 05 2015

18mins

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008: Jeff Mendez & Grant Cardone

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Grant takes a ride with Jeff Mendez, who runs a business that was valued at $2-billion, with $60-million per month in reoccurring revenue—He’s only 39 years old.

“Real success comes from self determination, hard work, and having a vision.” – Jeff Mendez

Anyone who chooses to become successful can. People want to become successful, but when it comes down to doing what needs to be done, that’s where people fall short.

Jeff believes that everyone has the spark, but they have to recognize it to be able to get it out into the marketplace. Approximately 70% of your success is dependent on your self-confidence and self-determination. Only 5% is dependent on tactical, so you need to have a skill to become massively successful, but the mental is far more important.

People in his company work 108 days of actual knocking on doors to make sales, the rest of the year is spent preparing and building your team. And for them, it takes 7 no’s to get 1 yes. So you have to work hard and build value before you can get the wealth.

Confession: Jeff admits that he listened to some ‘experts’ he shouldn’t have as he was growing up. As Mark Twain defined an expert as, “an ordinary fellow from another town.”

Apr 06 2015

19mins

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007: Carin Rockind & Grant Cardone

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Mar 16 2015

21mins

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006: Charles Koppelman & Grant Cardone

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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show is not for the feint of heart.

Charles Koppelman, musician, music producer, and businessman. He has held executive positions at EMI and Steve Madden, and he is the former Chairman of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. He is currently CEO of CAK Entertainment.

Grant and Charles Koppelman discuss the sea of content on the Internet and its overwhelming effect on people seeking relevant information. Grant has built Whatever It Takes Network so that entrepreneurs, businesspeople and anyone looking for success-oriented content has a place to go, rather than making vague searches online. It is also a place to discover new content that is related, but may not have come to mind from simply typing in a search website.

Confession: Grant makes his own confession about a huge loss of money because he wanted to like a business partner but didn’t look past that to the truth.

Confession: Charles says his batting average is 333 on artists he signed and hits that he had.

Mar 09 2015

10mins

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005: Daniel Pena & Grant Cardone

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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show is not for the feint of heart.

Dan Peña, known as the “50 Billion Dollar Man” rides with Grant Cardone in this episode of Confessions of an Entrepreneur. He’s a no-bullshit entrepreneur. His back-and-forth with Grant is like nothing you’ve seen on Whatever It Takes Network before.

Confession: Biggest regret: 36-hours before his mother died, he screamed at her, “You’re not fucking dying—you’re not sick.” His second regret is not setting big enough goals.

Tune in to hear his third biggest regret and the rest of his story—and the bits of wisdom that come from a long life of mistakes and successes in both his personal life and his entrepreneurial life that only come from taking great risk.

Feb 09 2015

19mins

Play

004: Steve Kalayjian & Grant Cardone

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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show is not for the feint of heart.

Mr. Kalayjian starts off with a brutal story from the 20s or 30s where his grandmother seeing her father beheaded right before her eyes just because he wouldn’t convert from Christianity to the Muslim religion.

Confession: He built up $3,000 when he was 18-19 years old doing side jobs while he was entry level on Wall Street. He buys a security call option at $54 per share, and he watched it drop down to $0. He had lost everything. Over the next week the stock slowly crept up and he ended up making ~$5k on top of his investment. Lesson learned: Never average down; when you’re wrong you just get the fuck out.

Feb 02 2015

30mins

Play

003: Jeffrey Gitomer & Grant Cardone

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Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess something personal, from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show is not for the feint of heart.

In this episode Grant speaks with Jeffrey Gitomer, New York Times best-selling author of The Sales Bible, The Little Red Book of Selling, The Little Black Book of Connections and more! He has sold millions of books and speaks at over 100 presentations each year!#ixzz3RHv5Bjqo

Jan 26 2015

25mins

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002: Travis Ostrum & Grant Cardone

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In this episode of Confessions of an Entrepreneur Grant Cardone heads out for coffee with Travis Ostrum and John Hamlin.

Jan 12 2015

17mins

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001: Coach Micheal Burt & Grant Cardone

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On the first episode of Confessions of an Entrepreneur, Grant Cardone talks with Michael Burt and discusses his new show, Super Coach, coming to Whatever It Takes Network! Coach Burt is a cross between a former championship coach and an entrepreneur, motivating the unmotivated.

Coaches possess an intensity, a focus, and they are pushing people towards a specific goal—from point A to point B—fast. And all they are interested in is results. Super Coach marries that mentality with the entrepreneurial mindset.

Are you lacking knowledge? Are you lacking skill? Are you lacking desire? Are you lacking confidence? You can sum anyone up into those four categories.

When you get uncomfortable, you’re retract and retreat. That’s why you need someone to keep your head in the game.

Confession Question from Grant: What’s your kryptonite?

Jan 06 2014

15mins

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