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3 Undeniable Rules For Success – Young Hustlers

In this Show

Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt share their 3 undeniable rules for success. Grant and Jarrod explain why you need rules. People often say setting rules is bad and you should live in the moment and do what feels right. Grant and Jarrod agree that, “if you don’t have some always, you’ll end up with nevers.” This means that you must have some rules and some codes for how you choose to live life. You must think about where you are going and what you want. Then establish some rules, some “always” to keep you on the path to get there. They explain each of the 3 undeniable rules for success:

1. Show Up!
2. Be Consistent.
3. Be Ok With Failure

Grant and Jarrod also offer some great responses to the prospect that tells you to “stop calling.” Tune in, check out what they are and guaranteed you’ll change your game.

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