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Business Matters :: The Myth of the Middle Class | Grant Cardone

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C-Suite leaders today are struggling with an issue that has put many organizations out of business their employees out of work. They accept what is average instead of pushing their teams to take risks and disrupt their industries. The current state of our economy is enough to worry anyone, and many business leaders are willing to settle with what is comfortable because they are afraid to rock the boat and possibly lost it all. But it’s these uncertain times throughout history that have allowed the greatest achievements to blossom.

Our guest this week is Grant Cardone, a noted entrepreneur, speaker, subject matter expert in the C-Suite Academy and best-selling author. Grant’s no-nonsense approach to motivating leaders to get out of their comfort zones has earned him top honors and a loyal following. Grant believes the middle class is a myth with such a large majority of people in the United States working paycheck to paycheck. The reality is, there are many people struggling in this country, and it’s up to each of us to keep our dreams alive and change our situation.

Until we are able to change the laws, policies and state of the economy, we must improve the areas of our lives that we can control. Grant says the only person who will resent this idea is the person who has given up on his or her dreams already. Instead of settling, we must be courageous enough to confront difficult situations.

We work the hardest when facing the biggest challenges. True struggle allows us to test our strengths and rise to the occasion. C-Suite leaders who embrace the entrepreneurial spirit and hire people with the same passion they share for their companies will be the most successful. Now is the perfect time to face our fears head on and develop breakthrough solutions that will change our company, and our world, for the better.

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