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The Secret is a Four Letter Word

In this Show

Did you know there are 4 levels of work? Grant Cardone explores each and urges people not to fall for poverty traps and the myth of the middle class.

Grant starts the show with some scary statistics:
• 50 Million Americans are under poverty line.
• 74% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.

He explains that the government puts trillions of dollars into providing aid for people –a trap that keeps them impoverished. He suggests a redistribution of funds.

A caller asks how best to find a mentor. Grant suggests writing down the names of 4 people you admire and then call them write them and ask for 5 minutes of their time. You just want a nugget of wisdom. If they agree to meeting you, listen to what they have to say in those 5 minutes.

Grant also discusses the 4 levels of work which are:

The 4 Levels of Work
You work because…
1. You have to! (Survival)
2. Advancement
3. Refusal to go backwards.
4. You made it and truly love it.

Grant tells everyone never to accept assistance and “what you take you get made into.”

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