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Grant Cardone & Charles Koppelman

In this Show

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Grant Cardone’s brand new raw-and-uncut show, Confessions of an Entrepreneur, takes you right into the front seat of Grant’s daily life. Ride along with him and his entrepreneurial guests as they explore Miami Beach. Grant manages to get each guest to confess about something personal from their past—unplanned and unedited.

This show is not for the feint of heart.

Charles Koppelman, musician, music producer, and businessman. He has held executive positions at EMI and Steve Madden, and he is the former Chairman of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. He is currently CEO of CAK Entertainment.

Grant and Charles Koppelman discuss the sea of content on the Internet and its overwhelming effect on people seeking relevant information. Grant has built Whatever It Takes Network so that entrepreneurs, businesspeople and anyone looking for success-oriented content has a place to go, rather than making vague searches online. It is also a place to discover new content that is related, but may not have come to mind from simply typing in a search website.

Confession: Grant makes his own confession about a huge loss of money because he wanted to like a business partner but didn’t look past that to the truth.

Confession: Charles says his batting average is 333 on artists he signed and hits that he had.

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