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Grow Yourself — and Your Company — With These 4 New Year’s Resolutions – Entrepreneur

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Growth comes in many shapes and sizes. To you, it might mean growing your team by bringing more developers on board, boosting revenue by overhauling your sales process or growing your interpersonal skills via emotional intelligence training.But theres no need to choose between business and personal growth. These four New Years resolutions can help you grow in both directions.

With entrepreneurs like Grant Cardone claiming that you need to work 14-hour days to earn a million dollars, work-life balance can seem like a pipe dream. While overwork might help your business in the short term, it wont benefit you or your company in the long run.Overwork can lead to burnout, health problems and team dysfunction.

One of the best ways to lighten your load and strengthen your company in the process is through delegation. Payroll platform OnPay found that nearly half of small business owners and managers do their own accounting and finance work. Every minute you spend counting beans is one you cant devote to leader-level prioritieslike product innovation, or personal ones, like self-care.

Related: How the Culture of Overwork Is Damaging Your Productivity and Your Health=

Not all growth can be measured in minutes, money or number of heads. Growing a company also means making it a better place to work. Although your companys culture is unique, your cultural goal is not, i.e. ensuring your work environment encourages everyone on the team to thrive, both personally and professionally.

Start with engagement. According to Gallup, seven in 10 American and Canadian employees aren'tengaged at work. Rather than ask your teammates whether theyre engaged-- a question they may not feel comfortable answering honestly -- ask how you can make them feel more excited to come to work. Approaching your culture on the level of individual preferences helps you understand what motivates each person. Not only does that make you a better manager, but it also gives workers a sense of ownership in your company. Rich, inclusive cultures are built around individual contributors, not company leaders.

When an entrepreneur disrupts an industry, its because he or she combined business and industry-specific insights in a new way. Yet just 9 percentof small business owners have a bachelors degree in business, time-tracking tool TSheets reports, and only 3 percenthold a masters or doctoral-level degree.

If youre a techie by trade, dont spend so much time building your software development skills that you fall behind in general ones like sales and marketing. Even if youre a physician who outsources everything your practice needs except a medical expert, you still have a team to manage.

Fortunately, brushing up on your business skills doesnt require formal education. Carve out time at the start or end of every workday to read relevant guides. Ask a member of your team to show you the ropes. If you need the accountability of a class, take a free one online. Join a mastermind group or an executive networking organization in your area to learn from others's experiences and gain new perspectives.

Related: 5 Ways Employee Engagement Makes Your Company More Competitive

Innovation Growth Lab, a global consortium of entrepreneurs, claims that small business owners can increase short-run profits by an average of 20 percentby working with an experienced mentor. By helping you spot and shore up your own "unknown unknowns,"mentorship gives your business a boost.

When choosing a mentor, find someone as different from you as possible. Although it can be uncomfortable, growing your business is a matter of gaining new perspectives. If youre an American male with a background in marketing, what about a woman tech entrepreneur who grew up in a different country? Just as importantly, be a mentor to someone else. Maximize the benefits to your business by taking an employee under your wing. Not only will mentorship grow his or her skills, but a Robert Half study found that99 percentof surveyed CFOs said being a mentor also benefited them.

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*Seven years ago international motivational speaker, William King Hollis, an aspiring NFL player, put a 45 caliber handgun to his temple and considered taking his own life. He had endured a lot of pain and adversity by the age of 23, having lost his mother to a heroin overdose and his father to many years in prison.

Now, however, he sees the world through a completely different set of eyes. Currently possessing his own brand, William Hollis Motivation, he has amassed millions of views on YouTube, traveled the world to places like Milan, Italy and Sydney, Australia, and garnered praise from some of the worlds top speakers and influencers including Les Brown, Gary Vee, Grant Cardone, Ne-Yo, DC Young Fly and late rapper and entrepreneur Nipsey Hussle. On November 7th, he released a one-of-a-kind album, Pain and Purpose.

Hollis is the rose that grew from concrete. A product of the projects in Pontiac, Michigan, he is an undeniable force that people from all over the globe and from all different backgrounds and age groups tune into for the strength to push harder and to overcome self-limiting beliefs.

Im from the slums, Im not even supposed to be here by most peoples accounts, Hollis said. I couldnt read until I was 16 years old and now I am an international motivational speaker making $20,000 a speech. This album is an album everyone needs to listen to. Its not Hip Hop, its not music. Its proven, great mental development. I put my life into this album.

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EXCLUSIVE Grant Cardone: Being Part of the Middle Class Is Just as Bad as Poverty – VladTV

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In this clip, Grant Cardone discussed how he believes someone can break the cycle of poverty. He talked about his upbringing in a middle-class family but noted that they were financially insecure. Grant also explained how he feared money even as he started making a lot of it.

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EXCLUSIVE Grant Cardone Wishes that All the People Who Own Homes Would Die – VladTV

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Grant Cardone opened up to VladTV about the current state of residential real estate and his predictions for how people moving into the golden age will change the market. He explained that Millenials want to rent their homes and travel versus owning a home, and he shared how they aren't wanting their parent's home when they pass away. Cardone explained that the children are just looking for whatever profit they can get from these homes. To hear more, including Grant's thoughts on economic moats, hit the above clip.

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EXCLUSIVE Grant Cardone Explains Why "Following Your Passion" is Overrated – VladTV

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In this clip, Grant Cardone opened up to VladTV about why telling people to follow their passion is a bad idea. He explained that if no one is going to buy the product, your passion doesn't matter. Grant went on to speak about shifting your obsession after realizing when it's time to quit a project, adding that your career should be your religious mission. To hear more, including how getting away from money problems allows people to think into the future, hit the above clip.

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EXCLUSIVE Grant Cardone: No One Should Be Buying Real Estate Where it Snows – VladTV

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In this clip, Grant Cardone detailed the worst deal he ever made and revealed that he's never experienced selling a property at a loss. Grant also discussed reasons why people shouldn't consider buying real estate in places like Detroit as opposed to Atlanta, Tampa, and Miami.

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Entrepreneur says Democrat tax plans may force him to move out of the country – Fox Business

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Cardone Capital fund manager and The 10X Rule author Grant Cardone discusses the Democrats proposed millionaire surtax and his tip for the middle class to learn how to scale their money.

The holy grail of every entrepreneur is taking risks in order to make more time and money, according to the CEO of Cardone Capital,Grant Cardone.

Cardone, the author of "The 10X Rule," creator of multiple business programs and an entrepreneur who owns and operates seven privately held companies, told FOX Business Maria Bartiromothat he is concerned that the Democrats multitude of tax proposals would stifle business.

I would move out of the country, he said on Wednesday.

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It wouldnt be the first time Cardone moved -- he said the "socialist influence" in Californiaforced him to relocate his businesses to Miami where he was able to grow his company 50 times because the tax bill was 13 percent cheaper.As a result, Cardone said he was able to create more jobs and increase wages.

I think that people miss the idea of the concept that when I get a savingsI actually, as a business person, want to reinvest, I don't want to just keep the money, he said.

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Despite Floridas reputation for having low taxes, Cardone pointed out aside from adding to jobs and payroll, he also contributes by paying property taxes.

Property taxes on $1.5 billion is about $30 million a year in property taxes, he said.

Cardone was named the No. 1 marketer to watch by Forbes Magazine.

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Could Myles Garrett have killed Mason Rudolph when he struck QB with helmet? – USA TODAY

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It was an ugly scene in Cleveland on Thursday night, when Myles Garrett ripped off Mason Rudolph's helmet and struck his unprotected headwith it.

But experts in head and brain injuries told USA TODAY Sports it could've been far worse.

"The number one thing youd worry about (when) being hit in the head by a football helmet, when you dont have a football helmet on your head, is a skull fracture," saidRobert Cantu,medical director of the Concussion Legacy Foundation."And a skull fracture, and the associated brain trauma, could have killed him or produced a very serious brain injury."

Mason Rudolph, left, reacts after being hitting in the head with his helmet by Myles Garrett.(Photo: Ken Blaze, USA TODAY Sports)

Cantu and others said there were several factors that prevented that from happening Thursday night in the waning seconds of the Cleveland Browns' 21-7 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, however.

Rudolph, 24, benefitted from both the velocity and location of the blow, they said. Garrett struck the quarterback with the helmet near the top of his head, where the skull is at its thickest, as opposed to near his ear or temple area, where it's thinner. And he was hit with the open side of the helmet, rather than the top.

"It wasnt just bang, completely direct, at a high velocity,"said sports medicine specliast Dennis Cardone, the co-director of NYU Langones Concussion Center."A high velocity direct hit, with a helmet,on him wouldve been tough. That certainly wouldve caused a significant injury."

Cardone added that while death is ceratinly a possible outcome of a severe head impact, "it certainly wouldn't be typical"in a situation like the one that unfolded Thursday night. He believes injuries like skull fractures, concussions, brain bleeding and even neck injuries would be more common in this instance.

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Garrett, for his part, has been suspended without pay for at least the remainder of the season as a result of the incident the longest suspension in NFL history for a single act on the field. He said in a statement Friday that he "lost my cool" and publicly apologized to Rudolph, who missed one start earlier this year with a concussion.

Gerald Grant, a professor of neurosurgery at Stanford University, said it would be possible to model the potential impact of a helmet-to-head collision like the one that occurred Thursday, but it wasn't something that he had ever tested.

He said he watched video of the incident alongside a group of engineers and helmet manufacturers in Youngstown, Ohio where, coincidentally, the NFL officially kicked off its "Helmet Challenge" on Thursday, in an effort to encourage the development of safer equipment.

"Were all talking about how to make a stronger helmet," Grant said, "but the helmet itself, as a projectile, it could be catastrophic."

The averageNFL helmet weighs between 4 and 6 pounds, according to data from the Virginia Tech Helmet Lab. And while it is designed to protect the head when worn, it is no different than any other 4-pound object when removed and swung toward an unprotected head.

And that's what made the incident so scary to watch, the experts agreed.

"As a neurosurgeon, I was really concerned. I was frightened by it," Grant said."Any exposed head with some projectile like that, youre very worried about that. Because you dont know the possible effects that couldve caused."

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Cardone Ventures Partners with Cody Kerns of iComeUp Marketing – Yahoo Finance

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Grant Cardone and Brandon Dawson welcome Cody Kerns of iComeUp Marketing to partner with Cardone Ventures.

CAMAS, Wash., Nov. 6, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --Cardone Ventures, business-boosting brain-child of Grant Cardone, business mogul and NY Times bestselling author, and Brandon Dawson, serial entrepreneur and expert business strategist, are announcing their partnership with Cody Kerns, founder and CEO of iComeUp Marketing.

Cody Kerns is a digital marketing expert who has serviced 4000+ businesses and individuals, helping to grow their brand awareness through increasing social media followership, developing ads, improving their content, and increasing online sales and lead flow. With this new partnership, Cardone Ventures will be able to utilize the experience and expertise of Kerns to help grow businesses in the digital realm through excellent marketing and effective advertisement.

"As the founder of iComeUp, I am excited to partner with Grant Cardone and Brandon Dawson to accelerate our current growth," says Kerns. "Having Cardone Ventures as a partner with all their experience, guidance and support will accelerate our impact and overall success."

Cardone Ventures works with businesses in three ways. The first option is to pay as you go, which allows the business owner to participate in the Cardone Ventures programs, then go home and deploy their new strategies. This option also provides the opportunity to invest more after each program proves successful. The second option brings Grant and Brandon alongside the business owner to work directly with their teams, provide resources, systems and tools to increase their bottom line. Finally, the third option is similar to private equity. Cardone Ventures will invest in the business and will work alongside their investment with the goal being expansion and scaling at an expedited rate.

"Many business owners don't have the experience, strategy, structure or process to bring their business to scale, or prepare it for scaling," says Dawson. "Therefore, they inadvertently break the fundamental building blocks in their pursuit of growth that can cause unnecessary and significant devaluation in the business. Cardone Ventures' mission is to come alongside the business owner to protect and maximize their personal, professional and financial value."

Work directly with Cardone Ventures to develop your personalized strategic business strategy. The strategic business strategy establishes a baseline assessment of your business gaps and then develops a plan for your business's success.

If you want to experience your business from a 360 perspective while working directly with Grant Cardone, Brandon Dawson, and Cody Kerns, you have an upcoming opportunity: December 7-8, 2019 at the 10X360 event in Miami, Florida.

About Grant Cardone: Grant Cardone is a NY Times Best Selling Author, Entrepreneur and Private Equity Manager with $1.4 Billion in Assets Under Management. In addition to this, he is known as the #1 Sales Expert in the world today and was called by Forbes Magazine one of the top CEOs to follow on Social Media. He currently owns and operates 7 companies that do $150m in annual sales and he recently launched the Grant Cardone Foundation, whose mission is to impact the lives of children who grow up without fathers.

About Brandon Dawson: Brandon Dawson is a self-made serial entrepreneur achieving and owner/partner in $100 million in commercial real estate, 2 time Ernst & Young Entrepreneur-of-the-Year semifinalist, four-time INC 500 & 5000 Fastest Growing Company Award recipient, INC National Hire Power Award recipient, and five-time Portland Oregon Top Workplaces Award Recipient and Corporate Philanthropy Award recipient. He is a business leader with a passion for helping business owners amplify their vision and impact, through belief, strategy, and team alignment.

About Cody Kerns: Cody Kerns is a digital marketing expert with years of experience. As the CEO of iComeUp marketing, Cody has serviced 4,000+ businesses and individuals, helping them to grow their following, develop ads, better brand themselves, improve their content, increase online sales and online lead flow. Cody has taken an idea and had turned it into over $3,000,000+ in revenue in just the past 12 months. Cody is helping business owners, employees and individuals use social media the right way, the organic way and is helping them win big!

For more information call 310.777.0255 or email info@cardoneventures.com.

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