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Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt tackle the issues for the under 35 crowd with tips and insights they need to help them succeed in any economic climate. With 80 million Millennials out there, all of them aren’t as lazy and entitled as the media makes them out to be. 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.

Today they talk about time, and the fact that people blame it instead of taking responsibility. Are you a Young Hustler? Then stop saying, “I don’t have time.” It’s easy to blame something that’s made up. Grant is convinced that time is a made up concept that is loaded into our consciousness.

If you think time is made up, we want to see your comments below.

Tips on Buying Time:
1. Quit blaming time.
2. Stop going to places that only yield one thing—Multitask.
3. Quit doing things that don’t pay you.
4. Follow the money.
5. Over commit. Put as much as you can into your schedule.

You need a reason. You need to take the time you have, whether it’s 1 hour, 12 hours, or an entire month.

“When you blame, you become a victim.” – GC

People get conditioned to think of time in simple forms of subtraction and addition. If you hire people to work for you on a project, you effectively multiply your time.

While they are filming the show, they are also recording a podcast and streaming on Periscope—they are multiplying their time. 21- out of 28-million entrepreneurs don’t have employees. They are scared to spend money to multiply their time.

What are you willing to give up? Make a list of things throughout the day, and remove all of the things that aren’t making you money, getting you more exposure, or growing your business.

Hire someone to wash your car, mow your lawn, do your laundry—so you have more time to go out and make money.

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