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Danielle Johannessen 10X Hub Entrepreneur

The last time we talked with 10X Entrepreneur, Danielle Johannessen, she was a 10X Pitch-Off Winner. A lot has changed since then — including the name of her company! This is how her life has changed.

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LinkedIn Lessons with Our Littles

Social media has truly infiltrated every area of our lives. It even affects our ability to get a job! For that reason, we gave LinkedIn lessons to our “Littles” for our third session of Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Broward County. 

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5000 Role Models

When the Grant Cardone Foundation received the opportunity to work with the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project, we were delighted. Not only was the event a success, but it foretold great things in the future…  Read more

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