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.
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
Rank #3: 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.
Rank #4: 289: How to Promote Yourself
You're not taught to promote yourself. If you don't, who will? If you can't blow your own horn, why have a horn? Promotion is what separates you from money. You need to be promoting yourself, your products, and your services. If you won't promote you, nobody will!
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.
Rank #6: 398: Four Ways to Get More Confidence in Your Deals
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! Cardone Capital offering is for VERIFIED ACCREDITED INVESTORS ONLY. This is a solicitation of an indication of interest. No solicitation or acceptance of money or other consideration, nor of any commitment, binding or otherwise, from any person is permitted until qualification of the offering statement
Rank #7: 350: Millionaire Success Tips
Millionaire Tips Get your money right. Focus on being a multimillionaire, not a millionaire. One million is NOT financial security. You need to aim for wealth that can’t be destroyed. Don’t miscalculate what you need to be rich and prosperous. Here’s ten steps to becoming a millionaire and multimillionaire.
Rank #8: 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.
Rank #9: 402: 3 Steps to Be More Focused
Achieving your goals and hitting your targets for success takes focus. Listen for the three steps to be more focused and get rid of the distractions.
Rank #10: 480: Three Steps to Financial Freedom
Most people don’t have choices in life. Why? They don’t have the money to fund the lifestyle they want to live. How do you even define financial freedom? Some people say it’s when passive income exceeds your expenses. Others say it’s when passive income exceeds your ideal lifestyle income and you have money left over to reinvest to continue to create even more passive income. What could your life look like if money weren’t an issue? In today’s episode, Jarrod gives you 3 steps to your financial freedom!
Rank #11: 476: Three Tips to Get Ahead in Life
Are you not as happy as you should be? Are you having money problems? Are you having trouble just getting ahead in life? In this show Jarrod shows 3 things you must confront to start winning more.
Rank #12: 477: Three Things to Know About Debt
With $422 billion in credit card debt, $1.27 trillion in auto debt, and mortgage debt of $9.1 trillion, America is drowning in debt. But what’s worse than debt? Dead money! Dave Ramsey won’t teach you this, but America is drowning in not only debt, but dead money. From the $9.1 trillion in mortgage debt, over $5 trillion of that is stuck in equity. That’s dead money, and that’s the biggest problem. Here are 3 things to know about debt today:
Rank #13: 314: REI "How To Bank Your First $100k"
You need a job that lets you earn commission, something that pays you for production. If you’re in a salary job, find something symbiotic so you’re making money in your side venture when not at work. You have to sit down and write out where you spend money every month and figure out your bills. If you won’t even commit to writing this down you won’t get to $100k, because you’re not taking even one easy step towards being rich. Remember, the actions you take deliver the results you will get. If you don’t have a plan you’ll end up chasing trends and lose money. Until you have 100k in a bank stay broke and only spend money on bare necessities so you can focus on developing skills to make you more money. Listen in for much more!
Rank #14: 255: How to Grow Your Business
If you want inflow, you need to give outflows. What are you putting out into the world? If you don’t confront the size of your business, how to grow it, and how to multiply things, you will stay small, break even, and eventually lose. There are three things every business owner/entrepreneur must confront. 1) Big think—Stay small and you’ll get crushed. The big boys don’t get punished. Bigger is better. You want to be Google or Facebook. Do you want to be an eagle or a scavenger, just hoping for some leftovers? 2) How to Scale—Going from $4,000 a month to $40,000 can be a problem. Don’t manage the business, grow the inflow. If you can’t raise money, you need to transact with people. 3) Multiple streams of income sources—You can’t be dependent on 1 or 2 clients. Staying smaller doesn’t let you be a better provider. You need multiple flows coming from all directions.
Rank #15: 364: How to Get Out of a Slump - Young Hustlers
If you're in a slump, don’t think it’s only you. No one is immune to the ups and downs of inspiration, motivation and engagement. Listen in to learn three actions you can take to help you get out of a slump.
Rank #16: 346: Be The Solution Not The Problem
First, you need to take responsibility for the solution and that’s why more people don’t. Second, accept responsibility for doing the wrong things. Then take the negative situations and that energy and flip it to benefit you. There is so much negativity in the stuff you don’t like that if you can harness it and embrace it, you’ll be that much stronger and more powerful.
Rank #17: 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
Rank #18: 138: Secrets of Buying Apartments
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.
Rank #19: 338: CZ "Be Hard on Yourself"
We all need to be tough on ourselves. That means being honest with ourselves. Taking a hard look at our environment, situations and how we are acting and making decisions. You need to make sure you are protecting yourself and personal environment. And sometimes, many times in fact, that will involve making hard decisions. The right thing is almost always the hardest thing to do.
Rank #20: 260: How to Look for Opportunity
Don’t look for an industry, look for the opportunity. Opportunity is a set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something. The middle class looks for jobs to solve their problems. You want to have problems. People at MIT and Harvard don’t even know what opportunity means, they are looking for a job. Here are 4 tips today to find your opportunity: 1. Look for opportunity: before you can see opportunity you have to look. 2. Be willing to read and research—you won’t find opportunity without knowledge. 3. You have to go for it: you have to leave where you are comfortable. 4. Make contacts: everything you want, somebody else has it.