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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

The Grant Cardone Foundation continues its collaboration with Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Broward County by hosting the second session of the School to Work program. 

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Nowethu Lindi 10X Hub Entrepreneur

When most people think of “home,” they envision being surrounded by loved ones and the taste of delicious, comforting food. With this in mind, Nowethu Lindi created Ekhaya — a traditional African food service — to bring that feeling to others. This is how the 10X Hub taught this cook the recipe for success. 

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