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Turn on Your Entrepreneur

In this Show

Grant Cardone interviews Adam Michaels who has spent the last 20 years leading leaders. He is a thought leader in the areas of Sales, Marketing, Training and Leadership. He provides un-restricted, raw, and honest guidance and clarity to others seeking experience, insight, and tips, from new leaders. He’s got 5,000 sales people that work for him today but it started at 14 when he figured out how to scale his snow removal business. He says that entrepreneurship rewards effort and talent. Todays success is not predicated on what you did this morning it’s predicated on what you did weeks, months, and years ago. Between sales, leadership, and analytics—you have to be good at 2 of the 3 to be a good entrepreneur. If you aren’t a sales guy you better be a leader and know your analytics. You don ’t have to be everything to everyone, surround yourself with great people because you never have a monopoly on ideas.

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