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Grant Cardone & Kevin Harrington from Shark Tank

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On this episode of Power Players Grant Cardone interviews Kevin Harrington, inventor of the infomercial and the original Shark on the Shark Tank. Kevin is also “As Seen on TV” pioneer and The author of Key Person of Influence. How did Kevin always get the hottest products? He became the key person of interest in his industry. He had curiosity overload—always keeping his eyes open for opportunity. Despite being a college dropout, Kevin learned how to influence his future and be in control. The biggest mistake he sees people making are trying to do it all on their own. He recommends building a dream team around yourself. You need to look to partner with people. Look for ways to partner with people who have assets you need. To do that you need a pitch! Every pitch needs a hook just to get someone’s attention. The biggest mistake people make on Shark Tank is being only concerned about themselves, not what Kevin can get.

Watch for much more as Kevin chats with Grant about marketing, innovation, and business!

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