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Victor Young

In this Show

Grant Cardone interviews Victor Young, owner of 3 car dealerships on the west coast of Florida—including a Lamborghini one, Executive Producer at Media & Management Global and CEO of Victor Young Productions and V. Young Enterprises. He works to teach others what he knows and shows people how to experience financial freedom. Victor believes everyone is born with greatness inside of them and it’s every good leader’s job to help them maximize it.

It all started with his father working and giving him an example of a work ethic. The youngest of nine kids, he learned early on to work like a man—not a boy. He knew there was a rate that money travels at. He was in a hurry to get his landscaping projects finished to move on to the next project. Today he reverse-engineers. When he understands how something works, he looks at a deal from reverse, finding the challenges and then fixes them before diving in. What you know you own. Don’t let others discount you by bringing your value down. He’s not defined by any one job, he’s an investor.

Victor Young is also known as the Daily Life Coach and this is what he says about money:
7 figures is enough to make you worried, 8 figures is starting to get comfortable, but it’s not until you get to 9 figures that you are a player on solid footing. Get your money right!

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