Mr Black, Godfather of Sales

Grant Cardone - Raw, Real and Better than KUWTK

Want to know how a self made multi millionaire spends his day? You think once you made it, you’ve made it? No way! Grant Cardone the Godfather of sales hustles all day, everyday.

Let me ask you this. What did you do over the weekend? Did you make the most of it? Did you add value to yourself? Or were you one of the many millions if not billions that wasted it away yet again? Most people think the work week consists of Monday through Friday. Not for Grant Cardone. GC (Grant Cardone) via Periscope showed the world as he wrote Chapter 6 of his new up and coming book (not confirmed title) “Obsessed”. GC also went “Unplugged” over the weekend with his followers on Periscope and Meerkat to answer questions and he didn’t sugar coat it.

This dude is the real deal. He will motivate, inspire, teach and show you what it takes to be at his level. He has written Best Sellers such as; “If You’re Not First, You’re Last”, “Sell or be Sold” and The 10X Rule. Grant is smart, humble and “gives it all” all the time. In the book “Sell or be Sold”, Grant talks about being fully committed about being committed. Be Obsessed about everything you do. Whether its about a product or a relationship, be fully committed. He states “I would rather commit to the wrong thing all the way than commit to the right thing half way”. Sounds strange, but the point is, if you are fully committed on the wrong thing you will come to realization that it is the “Wrong Thing” faster than if you were half committed. Maybe its a relationship or just an idea. It doesn’t matter what it is just be fully Committed.

Grant also explains being half committed. Half committed doesn’t allow the product, idea, relationship or what ever it is to blossom to full potential. Thus the desired results are delayed or nonexistent. This dude is what he preaches, no doubt.

Anyone can be successful, if they truly really want to. Most people dream of being financially successful. They tend to think only the lucky or people born into wealth get to experience financial freedom. That is true in other countries but not here in America. Is it easy? Hell no. It takes work and commitment all day, everyday. This type of commitment is what separates the haves from the have nots. You need to apply yourselves mentally and physically all the time. The mind is the most powerful weapon there is. It can make you or break you. It can be your greatest asset or your greatest liability.

I often wondered what the day in the life of a man like GC’s stature consisted of. You know the Trumps, Gates and Jobs’s of the world. I often wondered how hard and how much hustle goes into being that successful. I had my own thoughts and ideas, but I was waaay off. Now with platforms like Periscope and Meerkat you can engage in real time moments and activities with entrepreneurs, celebrities and strangers. Grant Cardone’s willingness to broadcast daily and multiple times a day brings me up and close with a entrepreneur that I greatly admire. I can engage by asking questions and get immediate responses. This type of social is a game changer.

The reason Grant Cardone on Periscope or Meerkat is better than “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” in my opinion is because its raw, unscripted, real time, in your face reality with follower engagement at your finger tips. It is absolutely genius.

So don’t take my word for it. I encourage everyone to invest their time and check out Grant Cardone’s content he offers and follow him on Twitter @grantcardone and website He also has a new Network called Grant has many weekly shows with many different hosts. G&E, Young Hustler, The Cardone Zone, Super Coach are a few of the weekly shows on his network and a lot more. All educational and all must see.

If you haven’t heard of Grant Cardone, well then, that’s his fault.

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