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Alex Morton & Grant Cardone Power Players

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Alex Morton @AlexMortonYPR isn’t even 25 years old has reached his first million and is on his way to more. Find out how this academically restless, self-proclaimed party boy went from being kicked out of his dorm to being the youngest person to make a million in network marketing with Veema. Alex speaks to Grant about work ethic and how book smarts doesn’t mean you’ll make money. He also explains why the 9-5 business model is the biggest scam of all. He prides himself on not being the smartest kid but being able to work his ass off. It paid off.

Alex encourages people his age to fill their mind with the knowledge not taught in school and to study the successful and emulate them. His father gave him a copy of “The 10X Rule” by Grant Cardone and Alex found a virtual mentor in Grant via his YouTube channel. So how does a 24 year-old make a million dollars network marketing? What does a 24 year old do with the money? Tune in to watch what Grant Cardone has to say to Alex Morton about baby money and baller money plus big watches and hot cars.

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