Grant Cardone is an international sales expert, New York Times best-selling author, and radio show host of The Cardone Zone. He has founded three companies: Cardone Enterprises, Cardone Real Estate Holdings, and the Cardone Group. He has shared his sales and business expertise as a motivational speaker and author of five books: Sell to Survive; The Closers Survival Guide; If You're Not First, You're Last; The 10X Rule; and Sell or Be Sold and we are chatting about his new book be Obsessed or Be Average.
It’s funny actually, I introduced him as a multi-millionaire on the show and he got offended. You have to check out his reasoning for why he almost killed me for saying that.
In the interview, we cover exactly Grant thinks being obsessed is a healthy thing and what you can learn from junkies.
I know on the onset it would seem like they are both such negative terms, but once you hear how Grant reframes them for you, you might think differently.
Simply put, Grant is prolific. This guy pretty much has a new show that goes out every day.
I ask him about his thoughts on balance and going all in for his family and you will be shocked at his response.
He gives me tactical information about his priming process every morning for how he gets in the zone. He hasn’t given to any other interviews so you gotta listen to see what I mean.
This might not be my most popular episode as some of the things Grant says will inevitably piss you off.
Especially his thoughts on work life balance and an epidemic of individuals trying to heal themselves.
But that’s the point. IF you are a changemaker, if you want that level of success, part of the formula, no matter how you cut it, is the obsession with your art and what you do best in this world.
I don’t agree with everything he said. But then again, I millions of dollars was a lot before this interview.
According to Grant, you are at best in the middle class if you have a million dollars.
Changemakers, do me a favor. IF you enjoy this episode, let us know. Let Grant know, let me know. Don’t be passive in this process. I realize that everything we do needs to be coming from a place of feedback.
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