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How Grant Cardone Built a $500 Million Dollar Empire (James Bond Style)

Grant Cardone teaches us the power of obsession and how to grow a $500M business from nothing.

When Grant Cardone was a kid, he wanted nothing other than to be a superhero, a baseball star, and James Bond. But then life happened, and the world tried to squash him. Everything from drug addictions to poverty hit him, and he went from middle class to poor, to even poorer.
But that wasn’t about to stop the James Bond-like spirit of Grant Cardone. Cardone went on to build a massive $500 million dollar real estate empire; he became a sales training rockstar, massive social media influencer; he has numerous books and courses out, but perhaps none more important than his latest obsession, Be Obsessed or Be Average.
This book was extremely important for Cardone to write, and I was fortunate to go deep with him on this interview where we talk about the mindset he utilized to become massively successful and how to leverage the obsessive energy inside all of us.
In this video interview, Grant Cardone revealed some of his deepest success secrets to me that helped build his massively successful empire.
Watch the interview below and be on the lookout for a critical point he makes, that was one of the keys to his success:
Special Offer from Grant Cardone to Influencive readers: Buy his new book on Amazon with this link, then email with the receipt for a chance to win 13 free 1-on-1 coaching sessions with Grant. If you write him a review, email that as well to get a store credit for the price of the book purchase.

Written by Brian D. Evans

Brian is an Inc. 500 Entrepreneur, who built the 25th fastest growth marketing and advertising agency in America. Brian is an advisor to many startups and mentor to many entrepreneurs. He is a columnist at the world's top publications. Brian is the Founder of Influencive and the Founder at BDE Ventures.


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