There are 80 million millennials out there and no, not all are lazy and entitled. There are plenty who want true freedom, prefer entrepreneurship to the 9 to 5 grind and are hungry for mentors who give them the real deal. Grant Cardone and his millennial protégé, Jarrod Glandt target the under 35 crowd with the tips and insights they need to succeed in any economic climate. Between the loose laid back banter and the frequent references to Jay Z, Kanye, Led Zeppelin music and other pop culture millennial viewers consider Grant their “millennial mentor” and can’t get enough of Grant and Jarrod’s straight up no BS advice.

The purpose of this episode is to learn about technology that allows you to go further, get to more people and build a financial reality that you’ve only dreamt of.

The tech space changes tremendously quickly, that’s why today we’re reviewing an article by Ken Krogue; on Forbes he wrote a Latest Research article.

15 Hottest Sales Acceleration Technologies by Ken Krogue:

  • Contract Technology
  • Data Visualization
  • Business Intelligence
  • Gamification
  • Presentation Technology, including Slide and Screen Share
  • Predictive Analytic Tools and Technology
  • Sales Intelligence Tools
  • Email (designed specifically for the sales function)
  • Fax
  • Sales Communication tools
  • Chat
  • Texting
  • Video technology
  • Voice technology
  • Social selling technology

You Need to Be Aware of These In Your Business:
1. Investing in technology; learning what’s out there
2. Commit to mastering one before you add another
3. At the end of the day PEOPLE are the ones that make transactions

Travis Truett started a company called Ambition. They literally took the Fantasy Football model and applied it to performance management, analytics, and making the workplace more fun. “Life is too short for work to suck.” – Travis Truett

Watch the full episode to find out all about Travis Truett and his company that will revolutionize the way you work!

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  • JarrodGlandt

    Yo Yo!!! Call in with questions… we ARE LIVE call 305-865-8668

  • Jarrod G holdin it down today #GCTV #YoungHustlers

  • To be honest, I’m looking to dig deeper in Gamification.  It’s very intriguing.  #GCTV #YoungHustlers

  • Okay let me watch also again :D. JarrodGlandt ..You fired GrantCardone? 🙂 Do What You Do Best GREATNESS :);):)

  • Keith Dixon Do What You Need To Do 🙂

  • FrankTheTank94_

    Instead of working at my workplace, I am Watching Young Hustlers. 9-5 wont benefit me as much as this piece of info.

  • Agreed. All of the above.

    + Call
    + Leave Voicemail
    + Send Email

    and if its a good enough deal send a letter and finally drop in on them with a personal visit like an assassin.

  • Jeremy Boudinet

    For those who want to check out Travis’s company today, visit

    Jarrod, thanks again for hosting!

  • BrittneyEspeland

    Life is to short for work to suck….this will be my new motto

  • BBornancin

    Thanks JarrodGlandt &[email protected] the shoutout to Seamless Contacts!!! This company was built because you helped us commit to success and 10X our pipeline, 10X sales and 10X activity. You ROCK! Keep it up! 

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  • mikeatgeorges

    Does anyone have an useful iPad apps, for taking down information on leads in the auto / marine sales industry. I already have a CRM system, but want soemthing on the fly, that I note their contact information, where they’re from, trades, and other useful info that can be retrieved to input to my CRM.

  • AdamInsured

    Jarrod, I’ve considered using Facebook messaging and/or other social media platforms to contact customers after using texts, or emails. This however would take looking up a customer by name and city, and sending friend requests to reach them, I could see some taking that as digging too far into personal life to make contact for the business. Thoughts on this?

  • Jarrod, wonderful show. Great having Travis’ input and lots of insights to implement. Thanks for your hustle;)