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Power Players with Jordan Zimmerman

In this Show

Grant Cardone sits down with Power Player Jordan Zimmerman—founder, chairman, and architect of Zimmerman Advertising agency, which is the 14th largest advertising agency in the world. He got started with just $10,000 and years later became Entrepreneur of the Year. He teaches to live your life, don’t eulogize it! Have enough money so you can give back. You don’t have to be the smartest kid in class, just the hardest working. Grant and Jordan disagree about if entrepreneurship comes from your DNA, but other than that they are on the same page when it comes to success, marketing, and money. You must learn how to accept rejection, look for opportunity, and build solid relationships with people who you can trust. In business, don’t think that nobody can do it as good as you—instead, surround yourself with people who can do it better than you.

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