Husband and wife team Grant and Elena Cardone ask the uncomfortable questions and face the touch to talk about topics that mass media won’t discuss. Committed to their kids, their business endeavors and their marriage, they focus on 10Xing them all. Join them every Wednesday at 1pm EST where they live out their motto of “stick and stay it’s bound to pay.” The things your parents have taught you that are now affecting your marriage, your business, your friendships, your income, and everything else in your life—they are trapping you. Bad Parenting Tips: • Eat everything on your plate • Save your money • Get a good education • Make good grades • Get a good job • Play it safe • Don’t talk to strangers • Buy a house • Get a retirement account • Work hard • Be Careful • Don’t talk about money • Don’t blow your own horn • Don’t rent • Don’t waste money • Don’t speak unless spoken to • Don’t talk to strangers • Can’t sit with the grown ups • A penny saved is a penny earned • Mind your own business • Mind your manners • If you can’t afford it don’t buy it • Fly under the radar • Set ‘reasonable’ expectations • Mind your own business • You get what you pay for • It’ll all work out • Be patient • Settle on your successes • Don’t count your chickens before they hatch Student debts have turned Millennials into careless, homeless basement-dwellers, according to a recent article… “What kind of guidance did your parents give you that became useless as you aged?” – GC Your parents were operating on a fear level for survival. They are teaching you things that were relevant for their lives, in their time, and it’s not applicable to the world you live in. You need to decide what’s best for you. Reevaluate the lessons you’ve been taught to see if they are still relevant. • Don’t talk to strangers. If you’re not talking to strangers, you aren’t going any place in your life. You aren’t going to venture out into the world. Opportunity doesn’t just knock once. • You can’t have your cake and eat it to. Why the hell do you have cake then? “If you could get 9 millionaires to be your friend, you’ll be number 10.”
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