MLK Empowerment Summit

January 13, 2024, the Grant Cardone Foundation invited over 100 guests to their MLK Economic Empowerment Summit. This combination of celebration and workshop was a unique, uplifting experience for all in attendance. Allow us to take you through the event to get a sense of the energy of the room… 

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10X Mindset Workshop

The Grant Cardone Foundation wanted to make sure they started 2024 by making a MASSIVE impact. To this end, the GCF and Cardone Enterprises team held a 10X Mindset Workshop with Carrie P. Meek/Westview K-8 Center. Here are the details of our first workshop of the year… 

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Life Skills

Life skills are critical for navigating adulthood successfully. Nevertheless, traditional education has dropped these invaluable lessons from curriculums. But, there is a silver lining. This opens the door for technology to impart this wisdom in a way youth will respond to… 

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