New York Times bestselling author and top sales trainer in the world—Grant Cardone—visited one of the largest military installations in the world, Fort Bragg, on Friday, April 15th. The base is home to the US Army airborne forces and Special forces, as well as U.S. Army Reserve.
Cardone spoke to troops on behalf of American Dream U, an exclusive organization helping vets and their families transition out of the military by offering live events, monthly meetings, and free online courses. American Dream U gives vets the confidence and desire to start new chapters in their lives, assisting in the creation of robust networks, finding mentors, and providing troops tools to reach desired goals.
The live events of American Dream U are where dynamic entrepreneurs and business leaders volunteer their time to help troops thrive in their transition from the military by teaching the steps they need to take to start their own successful business or find their own dream job.
Cardone has been a big supporter of U.S. vets having already given free access to his world-class online Sales Training platform, Cardone University. Cardone University features over 1500 video courses on demand and is considered the #1 sales training university in the world. Hundreds of vets have already taken up the offer, which is a $13,200 value.
Cardone has already spoken to Colombian military generals in Bogota, troops in Fort Benning, GA, and officials in the Pentagon. He sees a need in today’s world to help vets transition back to civilian life.
“Soldiers provide freedom to me and my family everyday and I want to help them achieve the financial freedom they deserve.” –Grant Cardone
Cardone University is designed to be a valuable tool to help people in practical ways succeed in life. The biggest problem for a soldier transitioning to civilian life is the sudden loss of highly structured leadership in day-to-day activities and living a regimented lifestyle. Grant teaches that to be successful in business you must find the right vehicle—or mentor—to guide you.
48% of U.S. veterans are unemployed. Everyday 22 vets commit suicide. With over 130,000 U.S. troops transitioning out of the military this coming year, and 2 out of 3 of those vets finding it difficult to transition back to civilian life, any interested U.S. member of the military should visit www.cardoneuniversity.com/vets to take advantage of Grant Cardone’s offer.