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Grant Cardone: New York Times best selling author has 12 tips to help you find the job that you want in less than 36 hours. Grant will be sharing 12 tips with you. Grant has used these tips himself and he’s shared them with other people. Regardless of what you hear in the workplace that nobody is hiring, you can’t get the job that you want, nobody is paying, etc. Grant is going to show you how to get a job and these 12 tips will guarantee you a job and guarantee the job you want in less than 36 hours.
Tip #4 is something you need to avoid doing, not what you need to do. You need to disregard all the negative talk, and all the negative people that tell you that no one is hiring. There’s MILLIONS of businesses in America and they’re all looking for one thing: great people. So if you’re gonna be exceptional, extraordinary, and unique then you don’t have a problem. If you’re gonna be a nay-sayer that says that no one is hiring then you don’t have a shot!
You gotta believe you can make this! You have to believe that people are hiring and then you need to go to those places where people value exceptional. Even if you’ve had negative experiences in the past. Maybe you were taken advantage of at your last job. Maybe they didn’t value you at your last job. Maybe you didn’t invest enough energy, effort, and creativity in making yourself stand out and that’s why you’re out of work today.
For 25 years Grant Cardone has worked for himself. Grant wakes up unemployed every single day of his life for 25 years and he has gotten jobs! But Grant needs to go and get new work all the time. The same thing applies to you:
Disregard all the negative nay-sayers that say you can’t get it. You gotta be positive. You gotta find that rainbow with the pot of gold at the end of it. You gotta find that shining light at the end of the tunnel. You gotta find that one company that will value you.