Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt offer Millennials tips for getting attention in business.

Great news! Businesses are hiring. This means you must get attention and set yourself apart in the marketplace. For people with jobs this means you must promote your value within your organization. Grant and Jarrod begin the show explaining how money follows attention and why you must have a ‘whatever it takes’ attitude and do what others refuse to do. Some examples Jarrod shares include arrive early and stay late, think like the owner and bring ideas that meets the business’ objectives and purpose. Specifically Grant offers these 3 Steps to Get Attention

1. Make yourself known.
2. Deliver what is needed.
3. Improve yourself every day.

Grant and Jarrod take callers, with questions about standing out despite being young, how to get attention to expand their business and how to advance to the next level.

  • London Carr

    Young Hustlers. Go! Fight! Win!

  • thecreditcowboy

    Rerun,
    but I still love ya

  • Jobs aren’t the answer. According to Oxford, 45% of jobs will be at risk of automation within the next 20 years. Sales skills are going to be the most valued abilities needed to succeed in the near future due to everything will become a people based society through independent ventures or technology start-ups. You got to learn some how! Definitely recommend Grants Sales University and upgrade yo skills!

  • chris schaefer

    I love the show.

  • silverrush

    no live shows anymore?

  • jeffdinges

    I love GC but I think his philosophy of focusing on customer acquisition type sales (calls, flyers, etc. etc.) is not applicable to people in artistic fields.  As a filmmaker I attract the best customers through my good work.  Nobody would expect an artist to be a pushy salesperson.  Image is everything.  Looking desperate is not something a customer wants in a designer/artist/creative person.  

    Just my 2 cents.  Maybe I’ll call in to get Grant’s personal opinion on this matter.