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The Watertight Pitch

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Today on Young Hustlers Jarrod Glandt and Grant Cardone want to help you make your water pitch water tight. You often hear be interested, then interesting, but really you first must be interesting. Get attention, and then don’t lose control of your pitch.

1.Sell the problem
2.Sell your product
3.Sell yourself

If you haven’t already, get your water pitch in. Go to
On May 7th over 1200 and counting submissions will be cut down to the top 25. Winner will get $1,000 and more importantly—attention.

And remember, hustle without skill is idiotic. Don’t worry about THE econmony worry about YOUR economy. Get skilled up and get on Cardone University today.

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