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Millennials Break Out – Young Hustlers

In this Show

Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt address the perception perpetuated by CNBC of Millennials, those around their late 20s and early 30s, being limited by the economy, not wanting to buy a home or start a family, and being stuck in a perpetual state of late adolescence. Grant points out that turning 30 used to mean hitting your stride as an adult and the Young Hustlers want to tell you how to BREAK OUT!

Each of these four main points are discussed further throughout the episode.

The 4 Things You Need To Break Out:
1. Be great RIGHT NOW
2. Take more risks
3. Find the right vehicle
4. Get involved with the players

Grant and Jarrod also take callers, discussing the four points along with caller-specific issues such as: how often do you get haters telling you to be less harsh, and getting onto a new market and helping a company versus creating your own. One of the callers turns out to be Jericho, a rap artist from Columbus, Ohio. You’ll get to listen to his track “I’ll Take It From Here” which mentions Grant, 10X, Whatever It Takes, and many other life-changing topics from Grant’s arsenal.

Make sure to check this episode out so you can HIT IT BIG and HIT IT HARD.

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