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In this Show

Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt offer solid tips and advice on start ups.

Grant and Jarrod start off the show explaining that every day we start up. Every time you enter a new phase in business of life, it’s a start up. Start up doesn’t only mean working independently. Maybe you are starting up a new client relationship, a new week, a new month, moving to a new place? The key is not to get freaked out and stuck in start up mode.

A startup is defined as a company, a partnership or temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model. This means the goal is to grow, expand and achieve success. However, there will be start ups along the way every time you do something new.

Grant encourages everyone to look at all the ways they start up on a daily basis. Then advance forward by following these steps.

1) Start
2) Sell and Get Money
3) Reinvest Back Into Business
4) Market Your Business
5) Start Over Again at New Condition

Grant also reveals them mistakes he made with start ups
1) Not starting to market
2) Going through repeated start up modes
3) Staying in start up mode too long
4) Not changing for the condition
5) Not reinvesting
6) Staying small

Grant and Jarrod offer callers incredible advice urging them to think of starting up like a car. Turn the ignition and hit the gas! GO! Then accelerate. Always ask why you are doing what you are doing. Why it is important? Why do I want it?

During the show other brands and topics are discussed include;, G&E Show, 10X Rule mp3, Microsoft, Google.

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