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Why Grant Cardone Foundation

Recently, I realized I never shared why I created the Grant Cardone Foundation. I’ve mentioned a few reasons in the past — but not everything. Now, it’s time I told the WHOLE story… 

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BBBS Resumes

During our continued collaboration with Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Broward County in their School to Work program, the next session focused on building resumes for the high school seniors’ future college and job applications… 

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10X Kids University Recording Session

Since the launch of 10X Kids University in Spring 2022, it has revolutionized financial literacy education as we know it. Nonetheless, we decided to go a step further and get real-life kids to record for the ever-growing curriculum. Here is a look at some of the behind-the-scenes magic of the 10X Kids University recording sessions…  Read more

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