Grant Cardone and Elena Cardone create a Sunday morning video talking about the importance of supporting the spouse and family being on the same page. actress Elena Cardone talks about how sales and business expert Grant Cardone wakes up on Sunday thinking its Monday because he is always moving into production and creating a future for his family and business. He then talks about how important it is to get support and acknowledgement from his wife and how it is better to have a driver in the family than a slacker. Elena chimes in with yes, the slacker, do nothing, not motivated doesn’t work and much better to have a work maniac. Stay together, stay motivated and stay together on the same page is this family inspirational message. Elena Cardone played in Club Dread, USA High and most all TV sitcoms. Grant Cardone is a sales training expert, motivational speaker, NY times Best selling author of 5 books since economic collapse and often seen on MSNBC, Fox News, CNN and has his own Radio show that plays twice a week called Cardone Zone.
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Boat Trader offers the marine industry’s widest selection of classified ads with over 150,000 new and used boat listings to search. Boat Trader attracts an audience of more than 1.8 million boating enthusiasts each month who perform in excess of 8.4 million searches for new and used boats, yachts and PWCs.
Learn how the leading online marketplace for new and used construction equipment, agriculture equipment, landscape equipment and lifting equipment is generating sales for dealers across the United States.
Selling Yachts follows three brokers based in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; detailing the various aspects of a yacht broker’s professional life, from showing prospective clients various boats to negotiating the sale of a yacht.
He’s an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, television personality and author.
He turned down a career in accounting to focus on sales and now teaches others the art of selling.
He’s the author of five books and has hit the New York Times best seller list.
He’s Grant Cardone and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.
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1. Success is your Duty
2. Make deals a priority
3. Work hard
4. Ignore the #LittleMan
5. Don’t be negative
6. Have a target
7. Don’t depend on one product
9. Work to your potential
10. Don’t quit
Grant Cardone offers insights and advice to help the middle class break out and achieve true freedom in business, career and finance.
Each week NY Times best selling author, self made multimillionaire entrepreneur and international sales expert Grant Cardone focuses on matters affecting the middle class. Whether it’s jobs and careers, finance, entrepreneurship, Grant’s real, raw in-your-face delivery serves as a wake up call for anyone ok with just being comfortable. The Cardone Zone is like no other business show presently on air. After one viewing you’ll be inspired to make success your duty, responsibility and obligation as you break free of the middle class and break into true freedom.
12 Steps to Make Your First Million:
1. Never Been Easier
2. Saving Won’t Do
3. Live Below Your Means
4. Tax Angles
5. Mature From Income to Investor
6. Boss Up
7. Automate a Pay-Yourself-First Program
8. Be in a Hurry
9. Do the Millionaire Math
10. Do Not Diversify
11. Multiple Flows
12. Avoid Spending Money
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RV shoppers are always on the look-out for the most popular / most sought-after RVs. Part of the reason for this is the thought that if you purchase a popular brand, you’ll likely maintain a strong re-sale value when you go to sell it.
So, to help our shoppers know which brands of RVs are hot right now, we took sample of 1.9 million RVT.com RV shoppers from Jan. 1 to May 31, 2015.
Here are the most searched for RV brands on RVT.com so far this year:
- Phaeton by Tiffin (Class A – Diesel). Top models include: 40QBH, 40QSH, 36GH.
- Allegro Bus by Tiffin (Class A – Diesel). Top models include: 40QDP, 43QGP, 42QRP.
- Dutch Star by Newmar (Class A – Diesel). Top models include: 4018, 4369, 4023.
- Dynasty by Monaco (Class A – Diesel). Top models include: 42 Emperor IV, 38PBS, Diamond IV.
- Cougar by Keystone (Travel Trailer). Top models include: 327RES, 310SRX, 337FLS.
- Bounder by Fleetwood (Class A – Gas or Diesel). Top models include: 35E, 35K, 36S.
- Mountain Aire by Newmar. Top models include: 4301, 4121, 4528.
- Lance by Lance (Truck Camper). Top models include: 1181, 825, 1172.
- Discovery by Fleetwood (Class A – Diesel). Top models include: 40G, 40X, 39S.
- View by Winnebago (Class C) – Top models include: 24J, 24G, 23H.
NOTE: If you click the brands above, you’ll see a full list of every one of those gorgeous RVs we have “for sale” on RVT.com.
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Bringing buyers and sellers together of high end vehicles.
We at Wheelator World are in the business of bringing together buyer and sellers of RV’s, boats, yachts, heavy machinery, helicopters, airplanes and high end cars; such as collector, sport and antiques.
Our business model is similar to that of a real estate agent. The reasons buyers and seller of these vehicles need you are the same reasons most find it difficult to sell their home themselves.
What we do is not luck — nor coincidence — nor accident. We will teach you how to get exposure to hundreds of buyers and sellers every month. Our systematic approach utilizes the most sophisticated technology along with proven business fundamentals.
Our studies show that 80-90% of “Vehicle For Sale By Owner’s (VFSBO’s)” will eventually list – yet ironically we have little to no competition. “That’s just the way we like it”, said Scott Pasinski who has made a killing prospecting VFSBOs for years.
Did you know that 3 out of 4 prospects will work with you when you follow our program?
Our virtual service supports a network of Agents and Dealers across the USA and international that deliver the personal touch to buyers and sellers.
We are committed to resolving the needs of each no matter if in Buffalo NY , to Calgary Canada to Krakow Poland.
The hosts of Corvette Nation, including Michael Brown, far right. Photo via Corvette Nation TV on Facebook. With two of the people behind the Corvette Nation television show at odds in a lawsuit over a loan used to guarantee its air time, it appears the show may not return for a planned third season with its existing cast, if at all. In the lawsuit, which co-host Michael Brown filed in April against Howard Lipkint, the owner and developer of Corvette Nation, Brown asserts that a $75,000 loan that he made to Lipkint before the start of the show’s second season has yet to be repaid in full and that because Lipkint put Corvette Nation up as collateral for the loan, he should be relieved of ownership of the show. Lipkint, reached by telephone last week, admits that he failed to pay off the loan by the date the two agreed on, but said he never put the show up as collateral and will thus fight the lawsuit. “I admit there is money due, I’m not disputing that aspect, but there was no collateral required for this loan,” he said. “The series will go through for its third season.” Brown and Lipkint met after Brown’s documentary on one of Chip Miller’s Corvettes, “The Quest,” debuted in 2011. With several seven-minute segments on various Corvette collectors already filmed, Brown agreed to contribute to the first season of Corvette Nation, a show that co-host Bill Stephens created and that Lipkint developed for air on the cable network Velocity. Toward the end of that season, according to both Brown and Lipkint, the latter owed Velocity about $55,000 for air time under the time-buy agreement Lipkint made with the network. According to Lipkint, while Velocity does develop some of its own shows, the rest of its programming schedule is made up of programs that independent producers fund and create; the producers then pay Velocity for certain blocks of air time. “So we don’t get paid by the network,” Lipkint said. “The only way to stay on the air is by raising sponsor money. There are good and bad parts to the scenario. You have to raise all of your own money, but you also retain ownership of the show and can find other revenue streams.” He said that air time for the first season of Corvette Nation cost him between $200,000 and $250,000. Production costs rang up another $200,000. – See more at:
Sales training expert Grant Cardone talks about the value of motivation in 100 ways to Stay motivated. The release of my new program provides you with tips for staying inspired, motivated and on fire to achieve your targets and goals.
Grant Cardone is known internationally as a ales expert and business coach and is a New York Times Best Selling author, real estate investor with over 150,000,000 in real estate holdings, written 5 books since Lehman collapse, and serial entrepreneur. Cardone knows a little about motivation and says, “motivation is vital to every area of your life.” Successful people are all motivated – they know how to stay inspired.
check out CardoneOnDemand an ondemand site for AutoDealers and also CardoneUniversity.com for other sales organizations.
How to Stay motivated with Grant Cardone is being released in Book format, workbook and full video and audio programs.