3 Big Fat Lies About Money

3 Big Fat Lies About Money You’ve Been Told

Grant Cardone wants you to know you’ve been lied to!  Ask yourself, how many lies do you think you’ve heard throughout your lifetime?  What would you do if your spouse lied to you about money?   How would that feel?  When you were a kid, did you ever catch your parents in a lie?  How did that feel?  Did they ever lie to you about money?  About how much they had or didn’t have?  What about where it came from or where it didn’t?  Were you taught about the ethics or morals about money and were they true?

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And why are we even talking about lies about money?

Well, if you, like me, are interested in having more of it in your life, then you better make sure your head’s on right when it comes to what you believe about money…  And there’s a really good chance that some of your beliefs about money stim from lies about money you’ve been told over the years.

Believe it or not (survey says) there are three that are the top rated lies about money that have been told to you at some point in your life…

  1. You will never be rich.
  2. It takes money to make money.
  3. You need a college degree to make money


You can be rich, what’s holding you back?  In 1964, Harland “Colonel” Sanders became a millionaire at age 74 after selling his controlling interest in Kentucky Fried Chicken.  Studies show that, on average, it takes a person 32 years to become a billionaire.  Sam Walton founded Walmart in 1962, at age 44.

You don’t need money to make money, why aren’t you using your resources?  It doesn’t take money to make money, it take courage to make money.  Are you willing to do what others refuse to do?  Will you do whatever it takes (ethically) to create the life you want and deserve?

And you do not need a college degree to make money you just need the right training.  There is a list a mile long of college dropouts who are crazy rich right now.  Google that!

WOULD YOU LET US SHOW YOU how can double your income and MAKE EVEN MORE MONEY?

What is your income goal?  How committed are you?  What resources are available to you right now?  Remember what Grant says, creativity follows commitment, so the more you’re committed, the more you’ll get creative with your resources.  Next up is the right training.  You need to right money mindset and attitude about what’s possible.  Then you need the right approach and process and then it’s going to be about you taking massive levels of action to create the income you want and deserve.

Are you ready for that?

The answers you seek are inside Cardone University right now.  And you can access the entire program right now for free for two weeks.  What could you learn in 2 weeks?  For many, it only takes one piece of data to catapult them to a massive level of success.  What are you waiting for?  Get started with Cardone U today!

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