This Month in Pictures

I want to share with you some of the most iconic photos from this month and give you some of my thoughts.

Man Climbs Trump Tower with Suction Cups

This isn’t how you climb out of the middle class. The man was pulled through a window by police eventually, but not before thousands of people on the sidewalks below and hundreds of thousands of people watching Facebook streams watched him climb. He got attention. I’m not saying what he did was right, but massive action gets massive attention. You need attention — the right kind of attention — in the world we live in. Attention is one thing of many you need to master to get super wealthy.

Olympian Michael Phelps prepares for Gold in Rio

Michael Phelps glare before diving into the pool to get gold down in Rio is the type of focus you need to have with your current financial state. You must decide to get serious about becoming a millionaire. If you want to get rich as bad as Michael Phelps wanted gold, you need to get your game face on.

Election heats up

When you filter through all the noise, here’s what Donald and Hillary haven’t told you: the ECONOMY is not your problem. The money that you make — or don’t make — it not because of the economy. Your paycheck reflects YOUR economy. Republican or Democrat, you are an entrepreneur in 2016. Donald nor Hillary can fix your money.

Opening Ceremony in Rio

There are over 11,000 athletes competing from over 200 countries. The world is literally coming together. I’ve said before that my goal is to reach all 7 billion people on planet earth. That’s why I’m translating my Millionaire Booklet into 47 different languages. It’s already available in Italian, Swedish, Danish, Spanish, French, and Bulgarian. My challenge to you is to get omnipresent. You want the world to know about you.

I want to take this opportunity to remind you I’ve temporarily put up a special payment plan on the #1 sales training platform in the world — Cardone University — for just $199. This opportunity is ending soon.

Be great,

Grant Cardone

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