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Manufacturing Celebrities – Dennis Langlais and Grant Cardone

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On this episode of Ask the Pro Grant Cardone talks with Dennis Langlais about manufacturing yourself as a celebrity. Dennis retired from extreme freestyle BMX riding and now does the 5-minute bark podcast. He talks in this episode about setting up yourself for success. How do you be the celeb, the go-to expert in your space? Build locally first. Become first known by valets and managers to start propping yourself up, and be recognized. People need to know you. Then you need to create yourself. Get a theme. Declare yourself as the expert. Set up a workshop, collaborate, become a magnet to attract people. Find ways to create opportunity.
You need to become known, because money follows attention!

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