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When is Enough, Enough?- Cardone Zone

In this Show

There is one question I get asked continually. It’s not “how do you make so much money?” or “how can I grow my business?”, even though I do get asked those types of questions frequently. The one question I continually get now is, “When is enough, enough?” Many people are shocked that I don’t believe I have “enough”. They think it’s stupid, they think it’s wasteful.What if I told you that there is no such thing as enough? You don’t know what enough is unless you know what the threat is. Most people don’t have enough, let alone enough to retire. At what number would you consider somebody rich?

“A couple million”
“One million”
“$500,000”
“2.5 million”

Leave your comments below, what is enough?

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