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What Do You Love? Grant Cardone

What do you love? Grant Cardone talks about how to discover what you love and what you want to do to get the things you love. Do you love more than one thing? You were put here to do more than one thing. Ask yourself what are the 45 or 6 things that you love that you be willing to stand in traffic to get it. Everybody talks about what they don’t want to do, but what do you love? What do you love so much you want to do anything to get it? Grant Cardone is a New York Times best-selling author with five businesses and invests in real estate with over $700 million and holdings. Check out the #1 business/entrepreneurship conference in the world: http://www.10xgrowthcon.com

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