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Pejman Ghadimi & Grant Cardone Power Players

In this Show

Founder Secret Entourage, Entrepreneur, Investor and Author of Third Circle Theory.

The hustle started early for Pejman Ghadimi @Pejmanghadimi. As child he parted from his father and fled Iran with his mother for a new life in France. After years of observing his mother’s struggle with her business Pejman decided to become wealthy. His belief that work is a privilege would be the work ethic that drives him to become a millionaire. At age 14 he was making $2500 a week telemarketing after school. By 15 he founded his first auto detailing business. Before 25 he became Sr. VP for two major Fortune 500 banks without a college education. Now at 32, he is semi retired inspiring and teaching others. In this episode he and Grant discuss the Third Circle Theory –how mastering our circumstance and society leads to mastering our life and how entrepreneurship is the only way to accomplish true freedom. This must see interview looks at cultural differences and work ethic. Fascinating and always entertaining, this episode of Power Players is an inspiring must watch.

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