Wealth Creation Workshop

November 10, 2023 —  The Grant Cardone Foundation hosted its first-ever Wealth Creation Workshop. The financial literacy event took place at the 10X Headquarters in Aventura, Florida. This article details the proceedings and exciting impact of this one-of-kind class… 

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Kids Without Fathers

If you are reading this article, you are interested in helping kids without fathers. You may have a personal connection or recognize there is a widespread issue. Either way, we are glad you’re joining the cause. To that end, here are some simple ways you can support this effort… 

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