The Tortoise and the Hare get Smoked

The Tortoise and the Hare Get Smoked - Grant Cardone - Strategy of the Week

Look, we have all heard the story of the tortoise and the hare. The lesson, of course, is that the tortoise wins because he takes his time, whereas the hare rushes, becomes tired, and misses his opportunity to win. We’re supposed to derive the meaning that we should be the tortoise—that people who approach goals

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Add Value Like A Maniac

You Cannot Advertise This - Grant Cardone - Strategy of the Week

In sales, money will find what people perceive as valuable; not the lowest price. If a prospect isn’t completely convinced of the usefulness of your product or service, that person will elect to do something else with his or her money. A lower price won’t necessarily sell your product. A lower price will not get

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Repackage for Increased Profits

Repackage to Increase Sales - Grant Cardone - Strategy of the Week

Look, if you’re not repackaging your products, you are missing opportunities. I often assess my product line for ways to repackage things. I might re-bundle a $500 product into ten $50 purchases or repackage the payment plan into four installments of $125 each. When you’re committed to introducing people to your products, maintaining your client

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A Financial Plan or a Budget?

Financial Plan or Budget? - Grant Cardone - Strategy of the Week

While some mistakenly say that “the love of money is the root of all evil,” I believe it is more accurate to suggest that the lack of knowledge about money is the cause of most people’s financial problems. So many of us have so much false information regarding money, finance, budgets, debt, and income that

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Make Millions in 2016


HAPPY NEW YEAR! Goals for everyone in 2016 should be creating a better life for yourself and making more money—but for many it’s not. Health and wellness were top resolutions for 2015 according to 37% of Americans. Losing weight was 32% and 16% made no resolutions at all. The worst part was 25% said they

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Be All In, All the Time


Overcommitting is often viewed as a negative, but it’s actually a GREAT thing. You can hustle, dominate your time and 10X your life by going all in and overcommitting. By overcommitting I mean jumping on an opportunity before learning the details–committing to it and figuring it out later. I know this contradicts much of what you have

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