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How to Make Money on the Phone

In this Show

There are plenty of people who want true freedom, prefer entrepreneur to a 9-to-5, and are hungry for mentors who give them the real deal. Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt, his millennial protégé, target the under 35 crowd with tips and insights they need to succeed in any economic climate.

Grant’s first business was started with a phone, a pen and a pad of paper—no desk, no computer. In 4 months, he earned a desk and 4 months after that he purchased his first computer for $3000.

The 3 Ps of Phones:
• Purpose
• Process
• Pitch

Debunk the myths about the phone. And you need to learn how to communicate, not have a conversation. Conversations don’t sell things. You have to have a purpose.

Five Steps:
1) Opening
2) What’s your intention?
3) Qualify the buyer. What’s their dominant buying motive?
4) Make an offer

Watch and listen to the full episode to hear all of the wisdom Grant and Jarrod share about phones.

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