Grant Cardone

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International Sales Expert & $1.78B Real Estate Fund Manager

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Why I'm Not Interested in a High Closing Ratio

If you don't write up the deal because you fear rejection, then you are already defeated.

5 Ways You're Wasting Your Customer's Time on the Phone

Every hassle a person has when they call for help poisons how they feel about your company.

Hit Your Financial Goals With Superb Service

You'll get much better results improving your service that you will cutting your prices.

It's Almost Never Price When the Prospect Doesn't Buy

When they say it costs too much they are politely saying you haven't convinced them it's worth the money.

How 'Trial Closes' Can Make You Rich

Asking the customer strategic questions during your presentation will tell you what it takes to close the deal.

You Need to Always Be Closing. This Is How You Do It.

You're really a sales professional when every word you exchange with the client is a step toward to closing the deal.

3 Steps to Blowing Up Your Business

Firing 20 percent of your sales team really motivates the remaining 80 percent.

The 4 Actions You Must Take to Find Your Opportunity

There is exactly as much opportunity in the world as you're willing to work for.

Follow Up Is the Sales Superstar's Best Weapon

Sales is a little bit about your product and a great deal about your finesse dealing with people.

To Succeed You Must Become a Knowledge Junkie

The first step to solving most problems is figuring out what you don't know and then learning it.

As Your Culture Goes, So Goes Your Company.

Society tolerates behaviors inimical to the wellbeing of your company.

3 Ways to Guarantee Your Website Fails

Online sales is different from face-to-face but the basics remain the same.

4 of the Many Reasons Why People Aren't Buying From You

Stop talking about your product and start listening to your customer.

Not Closing? Here's 3 Reasons Why.

Salespeople who can't close are basically human brochures.

The 4 Top Customer Service Screw-Ups You Must Avoid

There is no point in marketing if your team ignores customers who respond.