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Love or Money?

In this Show

On today’s episode Grant asks if marriage is enough? He suggests that couples need more to aim for, something they can work on together to serve others. Grant explains how for him business is easier than marriage because there is a clear purpose (goals, barriers, targets). He believes marriage is more nebulous. It’s clear in the beginning (get married, create a home, have children) but then what? Grant asks Elena if she had the choice to either be a famous A-List actress/celebrity, or be married to Grant which would she choose.

A heated, passionate discussion ensues and the question “love or money” makes for a very interesting and hilarious show. Can you guess what Grant and Elena chose? What would you choose?

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