Grant Cardone is a serial entrepreneur, real estate Guru, coach and trainer, sales expert, and best-selling author. Until the age of 25, he was broken and addicted to drugs. He was living at his mother’s house. But commit itself to learn sales and Business. And now his worth is 30+ million. Check Grant Cardone’s life story, events, courser, programs, and in circle mentor details here.
In this post, I am going to share the list of 15 life-changing sessions from Grant Cardone. These life-changing lessons will change your future and life. It will give you guidance about life, business, and success.
Top books by Grant Cardone.
- The 10X Rule; The only difference between success and failure.
- Be obsessed or be average
- Sell or be Sold.
15 Life-changing Lessons From Grant Cardone;
- “There are certain things in life that have limits, but you don’t unless you impose limits on yourself. Your potential and talent is unlimited and nothing can stop you but only you”
- “Your self-value and worth are unlimited, but it also depends on how much investment you make in yourself. Your talent and potential will grow beyond the limit till you stop to invest in yourself.”
- “If the surrounding people are giving you the advice to slow down or to take it easy, you are surrounded by the wrong people.”
- “Taking massive action means making somewhat unreasonable choices and then following these up with even more action. This level of action will be considered by some to be borderline insane, well beyond the agreed-upon social norm—and will always create new problems. But remember: If you don’t create new problems, then you’re not taking enough action.”
- “The major difference between successful and unsuccessful people is that the former look for problems to resolve, whereas the latter make every attempt to avoid them.”
- “Do the things you don’t want to do so that one day you can do the things that you want to do. Pay the price. Sacrifice something.”
- “Wake up! No one is going to save you. No one is going to take care of your family or your retirement. No one is going to ‘make things’ work out for you. The only way to do so is to utilize every moment of every day at 10X levels.”
- “Success is no different than any other skill. Duplicate the actions and mindsets of successful people, and you will create success for yourself.”
- “Criticism precedes admiration and like it or not, goes hand in hand with success. Keep pouring on the success, and sooner or later, the very same people who were putting you down will be admiring you for what you have done.”
- “The single biggest financial mistake I’ve made was not thinking big enough. I encourage you to go for more than a million. There is no shortage of money on this planet, only a shortage of people thinking big enough.”
- “As long as you are alive, you will either live to accomplish your own goals and dreams or be used as a resource to accomplish someone else’s. “
- “Very successful people don’t seek comfort. They seek success and are willing to do what is most uncomfortable. But most of the world is seeking comfort and familiarity, which are traps that cause you to settle for the mediocre. If you want to get to the next level of your business, you’ve got to be comfortable being uncomfortable.”
- “In order to get to the next level of whatever you’re doing, you must think and act in a wildly different way than you previously have been. You cannot get to the next phase of a project without a grander mind-set, more acceleration, and extra horsepower.”
- “Comfort is a disease. And it’s what the media wants you to do. It’s definitely what the big pharmaceutical companies want you to do. They want you to get comfortable. All the big money on this planet actually wants you to get comfortable, so you just sit back and become a passive spectator in the game of life.”
- “I don’t go to work, I hate that saying! I want you to go to work to prosper. Go to work for freedom. This is what wealthy people do differently from anybody else. Wealthy people work for freedom. They’re not working for comfort items, not for a weekend, they’re working for freedom.”