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Laura Posada

In this Show

Grant Cardone interviews Power Player Laura Posada about taking control in your life and conquering your fears. She grew up in Puerto Rico and came to the US at 17 to go to college. By 24 she had finished law school and moved back to Puerto Rico where she ended up meeting her husband, famous Yankees catcher Jorge Posada. Laura says to go on a mental diet and deal with negative thoughts in your mind. Distinguish between fear that is real and what is just in your mind. You won’t get into power without being in control, and when you allow others to make decisions, things will get out of control. 40 is the new 20 and if you take care of yourself, workout, and stay positive, you can stay young. The topic of women getting treated differently than men is also discussed in this episode.

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