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Cardone Capital Announces Close of Funds VI and VIII & Opening of New Opportunity Fund IX, Changing the Landscape of Real Estate Investing – PR…

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Grant Cardone, Cardone Equity Fund VI and VIII

MIAMI (PRWEB) June 30, 2020

Cardone Capital, a Miami-based private equity real estate firm founded and managed by Grant Cardone, announces the close of Cardone Equity Funds VI and VIII, which were collectively oversubscribed by $4.2 million. The Funds utilized $112 million of equity and capital raised to purchase four multifamily properties for $350 million, bringing the firms total assets under management to $1.7 billion.

Cardone Capital invests in income producing multifamily apartment buildings across the southeast United States. Fund VI and VIII assets generate positive cash flow with an expected annual return of 6-8%, and total return of 15%, making monthly distributions to investors. The closing of Funds VI and VIII brings Cardone Capitals portfolio to 7,722 units. The company is currently active in six states, including Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, Alabama, and Maryland.

The properties purchased in Funds VI and VIII include:

Panama City Beach, FL

Columbia, MD

Panama City Beach, FL

Naples, FL

On June 25, 2020, the company celebrated the closing of Funds VI and VIII, a $6.3 million distribution to investors, and the recent opening of Fund IX. Cardone Capital Founder and CEO, Grant Cardone, spoke out to his team and investors, I will always take advantage of a deal, but I will never take advantage of people. This statement defines the launch of Cardone Capitals Opportunity Fund, which focuses on distressed properties, and guarantees an 80/20 split to investors who invest in accordance with the funds standards.

The funds described herein are open to accredited investors only, through an offering made in accordance with Regulation D, Rule 506(c) of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. In purchasing securities through a 506(c) offering, we are obligated to verify any participating investors status as an accredited investor in accordance with Rule 501 of Regulation D. Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses of the fund carefully before investing. We do not make any representations as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained on this website and undertake no obligation to update the information. Past performance is not an indicator of any future results. All investments contain risk and may lose value. This does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of interest to purchase any securities or investment advisory services in any country or jurisdiction in which such offer or solicitation is not permitted by law.

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This is not your average bootcamp. This is for the obsessed!! This is for anyone who is committed to becoming better than they were yesterday and pushing to 10X their business, money, and life. Natalie Oliverio

MIAMI (PRWEB) June 29, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic forced over 100 million small businesses to close and urged the Federal Reserve to approve $5.5 trillion in financial assistance, nearly $2 trillion of which has been distributed thus far. During these past three months, 1.6 billion of the worlds workforce lost their jobs. Unemployment rates are the highest they have ever been, even greater than the Great Depression.

These statistics are unacceptable, says 10X Movement and Bootcamp founder, Grant Cardone. While millions of businesses were lost to the pandemic, many others were born or revived. The goal of this years 10X Business Bootcamp is to ensure the survival and prosperity of businesses, globally, even in the event of a second wave or further economic crisis. During this event, entrepreneurs and business owners will be supplied with the knowledge and resources essential to sustaining revenue growth and maximizing profits, regardless of circumstance or economic climate.

World-renowned entrepreneur and The Peoples Shark, Daymond John, endorses Grant Cardone and 10X events, saying, Grant Cardone will help build you a sales machine. Building a stable and powerful engine for sales has always been critical for a thriving business, and more so now than ever before.

This 3-day Business Bootcamp will be held at the JW Marriott Turnberry Resort in Aventura, Florida on July 17-19 and September 4-6, with additional October dates to be announced. During this pandemic-proofing business workshop, Grant Cardone and his team teach strategies for creating demand, increasing qualified leads, training teams to produce, keeping teams motivated, closing deals, and scaling business through any of the twists and turns life throws.

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Even Though He Hasn’t Visited Ohio State, TreVeyon Henderson Has Become One of the Top Leaders in the Buckeyes – Eleven Warriors

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While the rest of us are sitting around binge-watching movies, Netflix shows and old games, TreVeyon Henderson hasnt had much time or interest for that.

Instead, the Ohio State running back commit has been diving nose-first into the written word.

When he hasnt beenbusy with his three-times-a-day workout load, Henderson hasread several books over the past few months. On Tuesday afternoon, the five-star prospects latest page-turner was Grant Cardones Be Obsessed or Be Average, a motivational book recommended to him by Hopewell (Va.) assistant coach Greg Taylor about how the self-made millionaire Cardone created a better life for himself.

It teaches you to be your best and how to set your goals and achieve those goals of what you wanna do and what you wanna be like dont let anybody get in the way of that, Henderson told Eleven Warriors.

Henderson is already a forward-thinking and motivated person one who has worked his way into becoming the top dog among 2021 running backs, one who is continually putting in work to maintain that status and one who wants to winthree national championships when he gets to Ohio State.

Those types of goals and the motivation to work for them are a couple traits that Henderson says the Buckeyes look for in their players.

Its hard to explain it but its essentially being elite and not being average, said Henderson when asked what the coaching staff wants in its players. Thats basically the message. Ohio State wants elite people that wanna be great. They dont want average. They want people who wanna be great and who wanna be leaders and wanna show other people the way.

That message from Ryan Day, Tony Alford and Co. falls perfectly in line with the message from Hendersons latest reading expedition.

And a leader isprecisely what Hendersonsbecome.

Ever since his commitment in March, the Virginia star almost instantly thrust himself into the upper echelon group with Jack Sawyer, Kyle McCord and Ben Christman as one of the top leaders of the Buckeyes 2021 recruiting class, making pitch after pitch to some of Ohio States top-tier remaining targets while building and maintaining relationships with many of them. That includes guys like Jordan Hancock, J.T. Tuimoloau, Emeka Egbuka and Derrick Davis Jr.

I look at myself as a leader, Henderson said. I always talk about how great we can be and that theres so much we can accomplish together. Because I feel like theres so much we can accomplish, just with how tight and how close we are.

Added McCord: As soon as he committed, he dove in 100 percent, and hes been recruiting everyone that weve been going after. Its been great to have him on board since March. To have him on board is something thats definitely helped us and given us momentum recruiting-wise.

Its not just that Henderson is a class leader. Of course the second-highest-ranked player of the entire 18-man group should be, the program would hope, one of the key faces and voices recruiting others.

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Its that hes doing this without ever having been to the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, breathed in the Shoes atmosphere, taken a tour around the Oval or walked the sidewalk up and down High Street.

It might be unique or out of the ordinary that hes been such a strong advocate for Ohio State without ever having visited. But it might actually be giving the Buckeyes an extra pitch on the recruiting trail.

Having TreVeyon committed without visiting is something we can almost use to our advantage, McCord told Eleven Warriors. If we can get a five-star running back to commit to us and be the second running back in the class, withEvan (Pryor)already being committed, I think that says a lot about the coaching staff and how confident one of the best players in America is.

TreVeyon couldve easily gone to a school he already visited, and he couldve been the guy at that school not that he wont be the guy at Ohio State; he definitely will as the only running back they took in that class. But for him to commit without ever visiting us, says a lot about TreVeyon as a person.

McCords last words there are where we can dig further into why and how Henderson has been at the forefront of the Buckeyes recruits-recruiting-recruits effort.

Henderson has been playing football since he was 6 years old. Hes rushed for more than 20 touchdowns and 1,000-plus yards every year since he started playing, he says, and that on-field production has brought with it almost an obligation to lead.

But that hasnt been an issue for him.

Ive always been a leader, to be honest, Henderson said. Not just in this class but on my team, also. In nearly everything I do, Ive always been a leader. I always think about what I feel is right since I was younger, since Ive been playing football.

As soon as he committed, he dove in 100 percent, and hes been recruiting everyone that weve been going after. Its been great to have him on board since March. kyle mccord on fellow ohio state commit treveyon henderson

Day and director of player personnel Mark Pantoni dont have to tell Henderson or any other commit to go out and recruit another player. It just happens organically.

When Coach Day checks on you, hell ask, How does such-and-such feel about us? Henderson said. And then Ill tell him, I think weve got a great chance of landing him. Hell just tell me to stay on him and things like that. We mainly hit them up ourselves. Nobody has to tell us.

As it stands today, their efforts have helped the Buckeyes piece together the countrys top-ranked class with six months to go before the early signing period. Theres still a lot of work left to do, but they remain the frontrunner to signthe programs first No. 1-ranked recruiting class in the composite ranking era.

The recruits dont care about winning that championship, though. Theyve got their sights on getting the right players into the class to help them win actual titles at Ohio State.

Were not really looking forward to having the No. 1 class, Henderson said.We just want people who are gonna be part of something special and who wanna help us win games. People who just wanna come be great at The Ohio State University.

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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / July 3, 2020 / With Covid-19 and everything else that is happening in the world right now, it is evident that 2020 has been a year full of uncertainty.

With all of that in mind, it can be hard to get motivated, especially right now.

If you are thinking about starting a business and looking for entrepreneurs who have successfully been able to grow their businesses, sustain and scale them, and are currently doing great things, even during this pandemic, look no further.

This year, VIP Media Group put together a list of what they consider to be some of the top entrepreneurs to follow in 2020.

So who are they?

- Carlos Smith Instagram: @the_credit_god

Raised in Memphis, TN, Carlos Smith had his options laid out before he even stepped outside his door. Smith grew up in a three bedroom house with seventeen family members. "They shooting, get down" was a common term used in his home. Growing up in one of the poorest and second highest major crime cities in America provided Smith with structure in his life. Life lessons were engraved by him preparing for his daily survival. All these lessons gave him resilience and drive. Smith decided to use his poor financial situation as a means to escape the life he was living. He began focusing on how to be wealthy, spending hours researching. Since 2008, Smith began investing in his community with the knowledge of how to do things and run his own businesses. He now runs a six-figure business with a team of people who are dedicated to helping others achieve their financial goals. At Smith Financials LLC, Smith and his team mentor their clients to help them meet their goals. They educate them, and show them how powerful credit can be if used correctly. Most importantly, they help restore individuals' credit.

- Grant Cardone Instagram: @grantcardone

Grant Cardone is the bestselling author of The 10X Rule and has been buying real estate for over 30 years. Over those three decades, he has bought over two billion dollars worth of real estate in eight states. Grant currently manages 7,068 units with his private equity firm Cardone Capital. He is such a good real estate investor because of his extreme discipline, specific formulas, and good instinct to know when to exit the property. Throughout his career, Grant has been giving small investors a chance to start small and go big.

- Tai Lopez Instagram: @tailopez

Tai Lopez is an investor, partner, and advisor to almost two-dozen multi-million-dollar businesses. Through his popular book club and podcasts The Tai Lopez Show, Tai shares advice on how to achieve health, wealth, love, and happiness with over 1.4 million people in 40 countries. The Tai Lopez Show gets around 800,000 downloads per month. In addition, Tai also owns the largest book shipping club in the world, Mentor Box, and was voted the Number 1 Social Media Influencer by Entrepreneur Magazine.

- Joshua Crisp Instagram: @officialjoshuacrisp

Joshua Crisp is the founder of AMZ Formula, an educational business that teaches people on an international level how to start and grow online businesses through Amazon by selling private label products. Prior to his success, in 2014, Joshua was a felon with no high school diploma or degree, he needed a way to provide for his wife and two children. That is how AMZ Formula came to be. In just 5 years, Joshua became a multimillionaire at 11.2 Mil and has been able to teach 5,000+ students in 63+ countries. In addition, dozens of his students have reached 5 and 6 figures using his method

- Theresa Depasquale Instagram: @TheresaDepasquale

Theresa Depasquale, is a successful entrepreneur and CEO who got her start as a fitness expert, owning multiple health clubs. After making her Instagram page, Depasquale began creating revenue-generating brand pages on Instagram. Now with over 230k followers and over 10 years of experience, she is a master in the online branding world. She decided she wanted to teach people how they can become successful on social media like herself. This is when she developed Capture Social Group, an online branding company that teaches entrepreneurs how to build their brand on social media using the top strategies. In the first 6 months of launching, Capture Social Group became a 6 figure company and is on track to hit 7 figures in early 2021.

- Zeeshaan Shah Instagram: @ZEE

Zeeshaan Shah is a multi-award winning British Pakistani entrepreneur, who is the current CEO and founding board member of CPIC, CEO of ONE Investments and Chairman of ONE Capital. After starring on the BBC television show, The Apprentice, Shah has taken over the world of property investments and development. Now having over $500 million dollars worth of projects in the development faze, Shah is ready to outdo himself. In 2020, his company CPIC was preparing to launch a ground breaking $1.4 Billion Dollar mega development featuring world-renowned architects and consultants. Due to Covid-19 it has been pushed to 2021.

- Brodie Kern Instagram: @brodiekern

Brodie Kern, after dropping out of college and abusing drugs, Kern realized he was unemployable and his only option for success was to start his own business. Now Kern

is the CEO to multiple 6 and 7 figures companies in the real estate, marketing, and coaching industry. Kerns latest company, Wake Up Wealthy, was named the #1 Performance coaching program for Men in Business. His program is designed to help entrepreneurs scale their businesses and find a place of personal power. In the last 18 months alone, Wake Up Wealthy has helped over 200 Men, their families, their businesses and their employees reach a place of empowerment. In this coming year Kern's goal is to help over 250+ men through the Wake up Wealthy journey.

- Anthony Morrison Instagram: @anthonymorrison

Anthony Morrison, is a multi-millionaire internet marketer, author and speaker. After a financial hardship on his family Morrison took it upon himself to earn some extra income to help his family. He started off selling car parts online, he later looked into affiliate marketing and was really good at it. Making a quarter million each month, the people around him began to notice his success and wanted to learn how to do it too. So Anthony started to teach them, his brother even became a millionaire after adopting Anthony's methods. This inspired him to write a book. He partnered up with infomercials to advertise his book. Not long after, he sold over a million copies. In addition to that, he has done over 50 million dollars in online course sales for his company Morrison Education.

- Sebastian Scheplitz Instagram: @sebastian.scheplitz

Sebastian Scheplitz is an accomplished Executive Coach and Thought Leader, and the CEO and founder of a localization and content marketing network. His agencies assist hundreds of clients in international marketing while targeting new markets and audiences with content in their native language. With clients in the United States, Europe, Australia, and Asia, Scheplitz' company has been doubling its revenue each year and is on track to do it again this year, even during COVID-19, due to his remote-first approach. Shortly after its success, the agency expanded into four brands to assist better in different industries: gaming, fashion and beauty, content marketing in Asia with Hotcopy.co, and their newest video content marketing company Mastercut is available from this summer. Apart from continuously bringing home six-figures in monthly sales through his agencies, Scheplitz is handling different business ventures in the e-commerce space.

- James Patrick Instagram: @JPatrickPhoto

James Patrick is an award winning photographer with more than 500 published magazine covers, entrepreneur, podcast host, public speaker, and is the best selling author of Fit Business Guide: The Workout Plan for Your Brand. In addition to his awards in photography, he has also received honors for his work in marketing and entrepreneurship. James is the founder of FITposium, an annual conference and online education course that guides fitness entrepreneurs on how to grow their business. This year FITposium will be opening up their newest online membership platform FITposiumPLUS.com. With his broad experience in multiple industries, Patrick has been coast-to-coast as a public speaker, interviewed for a multitude of TV, radio, magazines and Podcast features.

- Kristina Centnere Instagram: @kriscent

Kristina Centnere is a serial entrepreneur and the founder of 4 companies. From an early age, Kristina knew she was never meant to be an employee. For years, she had her own ideas and wanted to take charge. At age 20 without a degree, Kristina started a digital marketing company in the middle of the 2008 recession called SocialCow; a neuromarketing company that can be used in a variety of industries, like medical, legal and franchisees all over the world. In addition to helping businesses with their marketing, Kristina also coaches select business owners to help them break through plateaus in their businesses and their lives.

- Tee The Barber Instagram: @Tee_DaBarber

Tavion Maultsby (aka Tee The Barber) has been an inspiration for many, showing that working hard definitely pays off. Coming from a barber/hairstylist background, Tee has mastered his technique to the point where he is considered one of the most famous barbers in the West Coast. Tee currently works at The Barbers Inc Barbershop located in San Jose, California and is also the official barber for NCAA National Championship Game and the San Francisco 49ers.

- Brian Breach Instagram: @brianbreach

Brian Breach is a creator, entertainer, entrepreneur, recent Ted Talk speaker and a social media influencer. His journey started off in the world of music where he spent a decade performing and opening for some of the biggest names in hip hop, as well as having his song air nationally as the intro to a TV show for 3 years. In the process of making music he was able to co-found GTPS independent label and a highly successful hip hop blog getthatpaperson.com. Brian then also created Sikey Clothing and co-founded GTPS printing. Eventually, he stepped away from music and made a name for himself in the world of viral videos and sketch comedy. Brian plans to continue making his mark on earth while empowering others through motivational and positive content. He has also recently started working to launch his own TV show called America's Gone Viral with his partner in the endeavor Christine Curran, the current host of Dining Divas. Launched earlier this year, this is the first ever viral competition show for content creators.

- Sheree Wright Instagram: @ibflawgroup

Sheree Wright is a lawyer for IBF Law Group, who focuses on immigration law. During her law school career, she co-founded a non-profit organization called The Wright Way Foundation, which seeks to reduce poverty and homelessness while generating and providing educational resources necessary to support youths, families and educators in Jamaica. Sheree is also a volunteer member of the national civic engagement organization, Mi Familia Vota, which unites Latinos, immigrants and allied communities to promote social and economic justice through citizenship workshops, voter registration, and participation.

- Tony Robinson Instagram: @tonythecloser

Tony Robinson, also known as Tony "The Closer" Robinson is a former NFL player and is now a sales expert, mentor and best selling author of The Closer's 21 Proven Secrets to Close More Wholesale Deals in 30 Days with NO Sales Experience. The Closer has closed thousands of deals and generated more than 10 million dollars in auto and real estate sales. With all of his success, experience and knowledge, The Closer wanted to start a program that helps aspiring or current real estate professionals grow their real estate business, that is when he founded the 100k Club Conference. The Closer has always had a passion for teaching others, last year, while still on probation, Tony continued to defy the odds and helped over 7,000 people close their first real estate wholesale deal.

- Ignacio Saenz Instagram:@Ignaciosaelan

Ignacio Saenz Lancuba, is a successful retired pro-rugby player who is now a serial entrepreneur. Lancuba never saw himself as the 9 to 5 guy. He always wanted to have the financial freedom to do what he wanted to do with no limitations and strive for the best in all that he does. After finishing an incredible career in professional rugby, he wanted to venture off in the world of business. Lancuba has been exposed to business his entire life, as his family owns one. He took it upon himself to learn as much as he could from them so one day he could use those lessons and apply it to his own business. Ignacio currently owns and/or is the Founder Partner of Auto Spares Factory and Store, Finance company, Amazon E-commerce stores and does Real Estate Investment.

- Coach Legend Instagram Username: @coachlegendary

Hanso Denis (also known as Coach Legend) is a Haitian-American businessperson, a world-renowned public speaker, mentor, coach, and one of the most influential leaders in the industry of network marketing. He is a multilingual marketing strategist who has countless years of solid and diverse professional experience in the areas of business development and leadership. Hanso has trained thousands of people on how to build a successful network marketing business and has helped many people improve and strengthen their personal and leadership skills with his specialized mentorship training programs. Coach Legend's success is due to incredible persistence, charisma and sincere desire to help people succeed. His laser-like focus, years of diligent work and ongoing self-development, along with total dedication have resulted in an evidenced strong leadership that delivered massive and excellent benefits to all ethnic groups, especially in his Haitian community.

- Chris Diaz Instagram: @itschrisdiaz

Chris Diaz is a serial entrepreneur who got his bachelor's degree in 2016 and then got experience working sales for the most luxurious car dealership in Miami, FL and in a banking position at J.P Morgan Chase as well. He then saw the opportunity in the digital marketing space so he decided to invest into courses, mentors, books, and materials that would teach him how to grow his social presence. Chris then started his own agency, pursued his passion, and is now fulfilling his life's purpose. Chris is a consultant, marketing expert, and CEO of Chris Diaz Agency. He is well known for his innate ability to revolutionize the way a brand is seen. He provides digital consulting for 6-7 figure entrepreneurs and elite businesses looking to grow their social presence and scale beyond their current standing. He also runs a 100M+ digital network filled with artists, entrepreneurs, athletes, influencers, and more which he leverages to drive more traffic to his clients businesses.

- Sean Castrina Date of Birth: March 17, 1967. Instagram Username: @sean.castrina

Sean Castrina is the bestselling author of 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Startup Success and the fictional tale The Greatest Entrepreneur in the World. He is also the host of the 10 Minute Entrepreneur Podcast, which can be found in the top 10 podcasts in the business category. Sean's books and podcasts draw from his experience starting more than 20 successful companies and currently leading multiple businesses. It is his day in and day out experience that keeps his message and insights relevant. Sean is an ambassador of the idea that you need to add a new profit stream to your business annually as if your life depended on it. Moving forward, Sean's companies continue to grow at an astonishing 20% rate every year.

- Gabriel Beltran Instagram: @theecommillionaire

Gabriel Beltran, is an entrepreneur and educator that focuses mainly on e-commerce and affiliate marketing. In just 4 years, Gabriel has generated over 22 million dollars in revenue. He and his wife were living paycheck to paycheck, with their first child on the way Gabriel needed to find a way to make more money to provide for this growing family. With his last $500, he invested that and turned it into $40,000 in revenue, he quit his job and today he's a multimillionaire. Now, Gabriel uses his experience and knowledge with the e-commerce world to teach his students how to be successful. To this day, his students have collectively generated over 40 million dollars in sales.

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Graduating college during the pandemic? These business titans have some advice for you – USA TODAY

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The Oracles Published 7:00 a.m. ET June 2, 2020

You must bring value to the world, demonstrate how you can drive revenue, and go the extra mile.(Photo: The Oracles)

Graduating from college can be confusing and challenging in the best of times, not to mention a post-COVID-19 world. If youre graduating this year, listen to the recommendations and encouragement these business leaders and Advisors in The Oracles have for you.

1. Pursue what you love.

The advice I always give college graduates is more relevant than ever. This is the best time in your life to take risks and pursue what you love, whether thats trying to become Beyonc, starting a business, or something else. Identify the person you aspire to be and offer to work for them for free. Find a second job to make money, and move home with your parents to cut expenses if needed. If you must take an unfulfilling job, pursue your passion on the side. In my 20s, I didnt spend money on unnecessary stuff; I worked hard doing what I loved. Thats how you have a good life.

Gary Vaynerchuk, founder and CEO of VaynerX.(Photo: The Oracles)

Gary Vaynerchuk, founder and CEO of VaynerX; five-time New York Times bestselling author of Crushing It!

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2. Go the extra mile to become valuable.

Your education is just beginning, so never stop learning. Read and study every day. Get a job rather than staying at home with your parents. Find out who knows big players at the company where you want to work and then get in front of them (digitally, if needed). Its tough in this economy; so you must bring value to the world, demonstrate how you can drive revenue, and go the extra mile.

Become great at what you do because there is no money in average. Have the mentality that if its going to be, its up to me, and that you must get it done now. Finally, never lower your goals because they seem too big. Id say good luck, but the reality is you create your own luck.

Grant Cardone, founder of Cardone Capital.(Photo: The Oracles)

Grant Cardone, founder of Cardone Capital, a $2 billion real estate empire; follow Grant on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube

3. Dont be afraid.

All times are challenging. Growth lies in the challenges, so prepare for the worst and work toward the best. Dont fear the future. There are more opportunities now than ever, so its the perfect time to enter your most productive years. Action eliminates doubt, and experience is the real education. So start experiencing jobs and projects that interest you. Dont wait for the perfect opportunity because theres no such thing.

Take care of yourself. Eat, sleep, move, and play well. Keep it simple; avoid overcommitment and constant distraction. Make time to meditate, breathe deeply, and contemplate the true nature of things every day. The egocentric age is over. Were all in this together; so serve others and do no harm.

Mark Divine, founder of Unbeatable Mind and SEALFIT.(Photo: The Oracles)

Mark Divine, retired U.S. Navy SEAL commander, NYT & WSJ bestselling author, and founder of Unbeatable Mind and SEALFIT; follow Unbeatable Mind on Facebook and YouTube

4. Become the best person for the job.

With fewer jobs to go around, its more important than ever to focus on excellence and being the best at what you do. Approach job interviews asking how you can fix a problem for the company, not what the company can offer you.

Aspiring YouTubers often blame the algorithm if their videos dont perform well instead of asking how they could improve. The YouTube algorithm is built to recommend the best videos; so if it isnt promoting yours, it probably isnt the best. If you dont get a job, its usually for the same reason: because someone else did it better. So adopt a mindset of continuous improvement.

Sarah Chrisp, founder of Wholesale Ted.(Photo: The Oracles)

Sarah Chrisp, founder of Wholesale Ted, one of the largest (over 350,000 subscribers) online educational resources teaching entrepreneurs how to create, grow, and scale successful online stores; started her first online store at 16 years old; follow Sarah on YouTube

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5. Put your degree to the future test.

Ask yourself: Does your degree pass the future test? Many industries are going to look quite different as the world changes and technology automates jobs. Is your industry innovating? Focus on the future, even if that means pursuing a different career. I know you invested a lot in your degree, but dont be stubborn.

The first and fastest to meet the hockey puck where its going will be successful, and theres always a hybrid solution that fits the market. For example, if you have a law degree, consider creating legal technology. With so much change happening, theres no better time to be yourself and choose what you truly want to do. When you do, money and happiness will follow.

Mike Calhoun, founder and CEO of BoardofAdvisors.com.(Photo: The Oracles)

Mike Calhoun, founder and CEO of BoardofAdvisors.com; connect with Mike on Facebook and LinkedIn

6. Make a video to show employers who you are.

Culture fit is more important than skills to me, and to most companies. Before I bother to read your rsum, Ill ask you questions to get to know you and whether youre a fit. To help potential employers get to know you, create a video about yourself that you can share with them.

Do something you love. Dont apply for jobs because of money; apply for ones you will sink into and enjoy. Find something that makes you want to work weekends and look forward to Mondays. Then if you work hard, recognition and money will follow.

Craig Handley, co-founder of ListenTrust and author of Hired to Quit, Inspired to Stay."(Photo: The Oracles)

Craig Handley, co-founder of ListenTrust and author of Hired to Quit, Inspired to Stay; connect with Craig on LinkedIn

7. Dont worry if your path is unconventional.

The path to success is never a straight line. Its OK if your dreams (and your journey to reach them) are unconventional, just like your graduation. Find a career you love, not only one that pays the bills. You may go through some jobs you dont like to learn the lessons that will get you to your calling. Work hard, ask questions, learn from mentors, and do the hard jobs to find out what you like and what you dont. Then your calling will come loud and clear. Follow it.

Ashley Alderson, founder and CEO of The Boutique Hub and Boutique.Style.(Photo: The Oracles)

Ashley Alderson, founder and CEO of The Boutique Hub and Boutique.Style; cancer survivor, motivational speaker, and host of Boutique Chat; connect with Ashley on Instagram and LinkedIn

8. Remember: youre just as qualified as anyone else in this new world.

Its not the strongest who survive, but those who can adapt to change. Were all equal in times of change because no one is truly prepared or comfortable with change. Were all newbies in this new world, where you are just as experienced as a senior executive and as qualified to succeed. Some people are just better at hiding their insecurity and fear of failure. But there is nothing to fear; change is an opportunity.

So, be bold and go big. Let nothing hold you back. If you fail, fail hard. Then dust yourself off and try again. Embrace failure, which is necessary. Dont try to fail, but dont cut yourself off from success by fearing it either. When times are tough, you become a better, stronger, and more humble person with a better story to tell. Life is worth living, so embrace it.

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Being an entrepreneur is challenging. Being an entrepreneur in the age of COVID-19 is even more challenging.(Photo: The Oracles)

The world is in a crisis unlike anything most of us have ever seen, and its easy to become overwhelmed with anxiety and uncertainty. We asked these leaders and Advisors in The Oracles for their best advice to weather the storm.

Heres what they said.

As a parent of two teenagers, my best advice is we need to stay calm for our kids and lead by example. Dont go out and interact with too many people.While its important to stay connected with friends and family, Im doing that via phone, text, and email.

Stay safe and well! Gretchen Carlson, founder of the Gift of Courage Fund, named one of Time magazines 100 Most Influential People in the World, New York Times bestselling author of Be Fierce, and inspiration for the movie Bombshell.

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When things seem out of control, control what you can: your time, energy, attitude, and resources. Create discipline in your schedule and be intentional about when you wake up and go to sleep.

I go to bed at 9 p.m. and get up before the sun rises, so I get eight hours of sleep. When I wake up, I write down my goals and go to the gym. I dont watch TV for more than an hour, avoid the news as much as possible, and read for self-enhancement an hour each day. Grant Cardone, founder of Cardone Capital, a $2 billion real estate empire; follow Grant on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

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As a Navy SEAL leader, I learned to thrive in a crisis with the PBTA Tool. First, Pause and listen. Eliminate distractions and take a moment to check in with your intuition. Next, Breathe deeply to calm down and take stock of what is really going on.

These first steps will clear your mind and help you focus and tap into the powerful intelligence of your gut and heart. Then you can begin to Think better, merging that gut and heart intelligence with rational thinking for optimal results keeping in mind that your first thought is likely a conditioned reaction. The final step is to Act boldly. Dont wait for the perfect plan. Choose the most viable target and move toward it. Trust yourself, your team, and our collective entrepreneurial spirit to solve these problems. Weve done it before, and well do it again. Mark Divine, retired U.S. Navy SEAL commander, NYT & WSJ bestselling author, and founder of Unbeatable Mind and SEALFIT; follow Unbeatable Mind on Facebook and YouTube

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When Isaac Newton had to stay home during the Great Plague of London in 1665, he made discoveries in calculus and began understanding gravity. While the world is forever changed, our ability to be creative, stay nimble, and uncover new ideas and opportunities will leave us stronger than ever. As horrible as this is, I believe good comes from every bad situation if we look for it. For example, while our industry has come to a standstill, retailers are creatively growing e-commerce sites and forging new collaborative relationships, which creates opportunities for the future. Ashley Alderson, founder and CEO of The Boutique Hub and Boutique.Style; cancer survivor, motivational speaker, and host of Boutique Chat; connect with Ashley on Instagram and LinkedIn.

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Reflect on whats important to you and reconnect with friends and family. Now is an opportunity for creativity, innovation, and new ways of thinking; so dont limit your imagination. Expand your mind with online learning resources like The Great Courses and CuriosityStream. Look around your house; pick up that guitar or paintbrush you never had time for.

If youre struggling with negativity or fear, stop focusing on yourself. Reflect on how fortunate we are and find empathy for others. Use your skills and knowledge to be a force for good. Dont get mad at the news; focus on solving problems. Then fear will fall away, and youll see more clearly. Remember: the sun is still shining, and we rise by lifting others. Tom Albert, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence expert, and founder and CEO of MeasuredRisk, a leading enterprise risk management company; connect with Tom on LinkedIn

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Recessions separate the wheat from the chaff in business. Its much harder to sell when money is scarce. Unfortunately, many businesses will be forced to close their doors due to social distancing. But some digital businesses that could have survived will also close for a different reason: their product was weak. When their customers become choosy, they will no longer choose them.

While its crucial to cut unnecessary expenses to bring in cash flow, dont cut your product development. Now more than ever, you must make it your No. 1 goal to be the best in your market. Sarah Chrisp, founder of Wholesale Ted, one of the largest (over 350,000 subscribers) online educational resources teaching entrepreneurs how to create, grow, and scale successful online stores; started her first online store at 16 years old; follow Sarah on YouTube

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Instead of panicking, control the things you can control. I had to travel, but Im careful and hope for the best. Prioritize your spending and conserve where you can. Lean on your mentors and talk to people who are smarter than you. If you have a problem, leverage your network. For example, my friends in the restaurant business didnt offer delivery; so we built them an app and launched a marketing campaign. Theres innovation happening everywhere. Craig Handley, co-founder of ListenTrust and author of Hired to Quit, Inspired to Stay; connect with Craig on LinkedIn

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In the face of such uncertainty and anxiety, a leaders first job is to provide clarity from the front lines with steadiness and frequency even if its just sharing that you have no updates. No one has all the answers, but by tapping into your teams collective knowledge, you can determine the best move forward and create a sense of control.

This situation is changing how we live and work, which is challenging for everyone. Be compassionate and honest with your team. Let them pause to feel emotions and handle what they need to. Everything takes more effort during a crisis, so be mindful of your teams energy. Theyll need it when we return to the new business as usual. Michael OBrien, executive business coach, author of Shift: Creating Better Tomorrows, and founder of Peloton Coaching and Consulting and The Pace Line Leadership Academy; connect with Michael on Facebook and LinkedIn

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9. Celebrate your wins.

As a leader, Im transparent about what Im thinking and how well continue moving forward. First, we level with our team about the situation and expectations, acknowledging that it will take time to get used to this. Were still adhering to basic policies and protocols and expect everyone to check in regularly, manage their time wisely, and deliver the same stellar work.

Were also making the best of this. Were celebrating our employees accomplishments and offering virtual team-building activities and spaces exclusively to talk about whats happening. Our #viralwins channel invites everyone to brainstorm ways to turn this situation into new opportunities. Luke Freiler, CEO and co-founder of Centercode, a Customer Validation solutions provider that helps hundreds of enterprises and high-growth tech companies bring dynamic and delightful products to market; connect with Luke on LinkedIn

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How is it that some real estate investors are able to grow their portfolio with one successful investment after another while others are still struggling to turn a profit on their first single-family rental? We wanted to find that out directly from the investors who have been growing their portfolios at an incredible rate.

Luckily, these three investors were willing to share their strategies with us so you can start building your fortune in real estate.

Sarah Larbi, host of the "Where Should I Invest Now?" Podcast and co-founder of the REITE Club, doesn't suggest trying to predict the market and waiting for the right time to invest. She says there are good opportunities in any stage of the market cycle.

"Markets will have ups and downs, and no one has a crystal ball, so it's not wise to wait until that happens. On the downturn and on the upswing there are opportunities. What you want to do instead is to look at market fundamentals and hold for the long term something that cash flows.

"Some of the fundamentals I consider are: immigration to the area, population increase, transportation improvements, postsecondary education nearby, vacancy rates, job growth, a variety of industries, etc. If I buy on those, I will do well in the long term."

Grant Cardone, internationally known entrepreneur and founder of Cardone Capital, looks for properties with the most units. Even for new investors, he recommends buying more units under one roof instead of multiple single-family homes.

"Here are the metrics I look for in every great real estate investment. Notice that price isn't one of them:

Justin Fraser, partner at 88 Real Estate Capital and host of the "True Multifamily Podcast," recommends being open to partnering with other investors on deals. He says that when you have partners, you're able to take advantage of opportunities that you wouldn't be able to on your own.

"Including partners on a real estate deal creates win-win scenarios for everybody. With partners, you are each able to focus on the pieces of the deal that match your skill set or goals. For example, some investors have money but no time to do the legwork that goes into finding and running a deal. Others have the time but not the experience. Matching complementary skills and needs makes the project stronger.

"Many people are resistant to taking on partners in order to keep equity for themselves. However, I'd much rather have a smaller piece, percentage wise, of a property that's many times larger than any project I could do on my own."

Real estate provides opportunities like no other investment, but most people never see the massive success they hoped for. One of the main reasons for this is that they follow the advice of other investors who settled short of their original goals. Study how other investors have built their fortunes, and there's no reason you can't be the next real estate mogul.

It's hard not to get swept up in the panic when the stock market is going crazy, but it is a lot easier if you're invested in real estate. Not only can you benefit from the incredible returns real estate offers, but you can also do so with half the volatility.

That's why we launched Mogul, a breakthrough service designed to help you take advantage of this critical asset class. Mogul members have been receiving investing alerts with projected rates of return of 16.1%, 19.4%, even 23.9% as well as cash yields of up to 12%! When you invest in stable, multiyear real estate developments, the value of these investments aren't subject to the wild swings of the market.

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The worlds most successful people read an outsized number of books. You dont have time to read a ton of books right now. So we asked these elite CEOs and Advisors in The Oracles to share the one book that profoundly changed their life and why. Here are the life-changing books you should be reading (or rereading) next.

Had I read High Fidelity when I was younger, I might have realized that I could pursue my dreams and become successful later in life and at a different pace. You dont have to do what you love with such abandon when you have other responsibilities. Now Im working on a Broadway production of another Hornby book, Slam, about a kid who aspires to be a pro skater but has to realize his path to responsibility when he gets his girlfriend pregnant.

Tony Hawk, founder and CEO of Birdhouse Skateboards and president of the Tony Hawk Foundation, and the most influential and commercially successful skateboarder of all time, with a $100+ million net worth

The Richest Man in Babylon was a game changer for me and changed the way I look at money. It teaches five simple rules: 1) Store money for future use, 2) Control your expenses, 3) Make money multiply, 4) Guard your treasures against loss, and 5) Improve your ability to earn. After reading it, I stopped saving money simply to save it and started storing money that I could later invest to work for me. The investment vehicle that met these criteria was income-producing real estate. This book teaches you to establish reliable income streams and that you should never confuse financial needs with wants. It should be required reading in every school.

Grant Cardone, founder of Cardone Capital, a $2 billion real estate empire. Follow Grant on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

This book explains how to create apps and online experiences that are easy, intuitive, and enjoyable. Software should be simple and obvious to use. This simplicity is central to the vision of Canva and all good software companies. I reread this book often and recommend it to everyone.

Melanie Perkins, cofounder and CEO of Canva, valued at over $3 billion, and one of the youngest female CEOs leading a billion-dollar company

This book is such a must-read for leaders that I bought a copy for every manager in our company. The premise is simple: Good is the enemy of great. Most companies never achieve greatness because theyre satisfied with good enough. Greatness requires humble leaders who are driven by whats best for the company and dont let obstacles stop them.

Collins explains the importance of the book with this concept: When your passions, what you can be best in the world at, and what drives your economic engine come together, your work and life move toward greatness. Its impossible to have a great life unless its meaningful, and its difficult to have a meaningful life without meaningful work.

Dottie Herman, CEO of Douglas Elliman, a real estate brokerage empire with more than $27 billion in annual sales. Connect with Dottie on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

As an avid reader, I continuously consume stories and knowledge. I read this book while pregnant with my second child because I was curious about how my daughters relationship would work with her soon-to-be baby brother. It changed my approach to professional and personal relationships.

This book opened my mind to how people interact and why they are who they are. It spawned my interest in learning more about how to communicate effectively and meaningfully. It gave me an incredible gift: the tools to get past the awkward beginning of any relationship easily, be a considerate listener, and engage in fruitful relationships.

Jessica Mead, founder and CEO of BrandLync, cofounder of Mead Holdings Group, The Epek Companies, and Grayson Pierce Capital. Follow Jessica on Instagram.

This book is about aligning your work and life toward your calling and staying the course. When the warrior Arjuna loses his courage to lead a big battle against his evil cousins, Krishna shows him that he must do it because its his calling and duty. Anything less leads to regret and negatively impacts your life.

As I relate in my own book, Staring Down the Wolf, I went through a similar experience in my twenties. If I had read this then, I wouldve been more confident about ditching my corporate suit to become a Navy SEAL officer. I would have avoided a lot of confusion and emotional suffering around the decision, knowing that following my purpose was not a nice to do, but an absolute imperative.

Mark Divine, retired US Navy SEAL commander, NYT & WSJ bestselling author, and founder of Unbeatable Mind and SEALFIT. Follow Unbeatable Mind on Facebook and YouTube.

In college, I was profoundly affected by the concepts Professor Bargh taught in my Modern Unconscious class, which he later distilled into this book. In short, while your conscious thoughts matter, you are also heavily influenced by unconscious or automatic behavior.

I was struck by the huge potential of designing technology products and human organizations based on an understanding of how the human brain actually works, to help people lead happier, more fulfilled lives. After college, I turned down traditional job offers and decided to build a startup instead to put those ideas into action. Now, a decade later, were still motivated by the same long-term goal of increasing human agency. We use these concepts not to make you sad so you buy more or trap you in your Instagram feed, but to enable people to accomplish their goals and lead happier, more fulfilled lives.

Judd Rosenblatt, founder and CEO of AE Studio, an Agile web development and data science consulting firm with a mission to increase human agency with technology. Vote for the charity they donate to next month.

Holmes teaches timeless time management principles and the Dream 100, or the art of identifying and tirelessly pursuing key partners and customers. Ill never forget flipping through the pages for the first time on the island of Koh Phangan, Thailand, and recognizing that everything in my life had to change. I was doing too much, trying to be too many things to too many people. This book taught me to focus on networking. Ive read it multiple times since and always uncover new insights. I shudder to think how much money, time, and frustration I could have saved myself if I had come across this book sooner.

Jonathan Goodman, founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center and the first-ever certification for online fitness training, the Online Trainer Academy. Connect with Jonathan on Facebook and Instagram.

This book downloads nugget after nugget of life-changing wisdom. In particular, Stanley outlines five Cs that leaders need to be successful and leave a legacy. The first is competence. Leaders must channel their energy where they are most likely to excel. Second is courage, which is required to set things in motion and move ahead. Third is clarity. Leaders must learn to be clear, even when they arent certain. Fourth is coaching, because without a coach youll never be as good as you could be. Finally, character. You can lead without it, but you wont be a leader worth following.

Shaun Rawls, founder and CEO of Rawls Consulting who built The Rawls Group of Keller Williams to over $4 billion in annual sales, and author of the upcoming book F-It-Less. Connect with Shaun on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Growing up, I looked at money negatively and thought it was only possible to have money by saving it. This book changed my entire perspective on what money can accomplish for good and how to earn it. It was eye-opening to see the difference between two paths: playing it safe, going to school, and getting a job or using your skills to build a business that creates new opportunities.

Ashley Alderson, founder and CEO of The Boutique Hub and Boutique.Style, cancer survivor, motivational speaker, and host of Boutique Chat. Connect with Ashley on Instagram and LinkedIn.

This novel is about the leveraged buyout of RJR Nabisco for $25 billion in the 1980s. It showed me that with funding from financial institutions and investors, you can buy established, profitable companies without using any of your own money. This book inspired me to purchase multimillion-dollar businesses and help dozens of others do the same, which is what I do today. It teaches invaluable principles through storytelling, for example, that its all about building rapport with the seller. At the end of the day, business is about relationships.

Moran Pober, founder and CEO of Acquisitions.com, which buys and sells seven-figure businesses and helps others do the same, and former partner at WeKix and ABD Assets. Connect with Moran on LinkedIn and Instagram.

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Many entrepreneurs make a point of following the emerging trends within their industries. If youre looking for something beyond traditional trade publications, there are a number of rich sources of information and discussions available, including industry-specific podcasts.

To help you learn about some of these resources, we asked a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council members the following question:

How I Built This with Guy Raz is one of the best podcasts for entrepreneurs. Each episode shares the story of a different entrepreneur and how they built their company. By listening to their stories, you can gain a lot of insight that can be helpful or inspiring in regards to your own business. Past guests on the show include the founders of companies like Shopify, Headspace, Yelp, and tons more. Thomas Griffin, OptinMonster

One podcast Ive been enjoying lately is Business Wars. It tells the stories of the biggest global brands from the perspective of the competition. I especially love that this show talks about both grand successes and massive failures. Its a great source of knowledge and inspiration for entrepreneurstotally recommended. Solomon Thimothy, OneIMS

I listen to a weekly podcast called Copyblogger FM. The show is hosted by Tim Stoddart and Darrell Vesterfelt, and focuses on turning average freelancers into extraordinary writers. I find that this podcast helps me find inspiration for our content strategy. I have used some of these strategies when working on our quarterly content marketing plan. Chris Christoff, MonsterInsights

Business Dailycompiles a roundup of all the latest and greatest business news around the globe. It keeps me informed about the worlds current events, as I like to know whats going on at all times in the industry and how I can apply new principles to my own company. Jared Atchison, WPForms

Joe Rogans podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, is not industry-specific, but he brings on a ton of people from across multiple industries that are at the top of their game. The insights can be incredible. Many times your best ideas come from outside of the industry, so dont be afraid to listen to and learn from people seemingly not connected with your industry, but who are also entrepreneurs. Andy Karuza, FenSens

Harvard Business Reviews HBR IdeaCastis great for business owners and entrepreneurs seeking advice and anecdotes on the subject. If youre looking for true insight into running or managing a business, this podcast is a great place to start as youll see various perspectives. Stephanie Wells, Formidable Forms

Marketing Schoolis a podcast hosted by Eric Siu and Neil Patel. Both of these marketers are extremely talented and between them have enough knowledge to turn anyone into a successful marketerproviding you follow their advice. They have 10-minute chat sessions every day, and I feel like these small sessions help get me thinking and motivated for the day. John Turner, SeedProd LLC

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The Smart Passive Income Blog is a great podcast for entrepreneurs whose businesses are largely online. Its a helpful resource for developing niches, building habits, and building a passive income. One of its most helpful features is that it helps you to connect with other people. You can also participate in webinars and workshops, making it an interactive and hands-on resource base. Blair Williams, MemberPress

The focus of The Side Hustle Showis making money on the side, which is something many entrepreneurs need to do at first. It has great content for approaching side hustles in different industries. If you arent ready to set up a full-fledged business, then check out the other recommendations to do with freelancing and investing. Syed Balkhi, WPBeginner

I am a big fan of a number of the podcasts already mentioned on this list, but another one that I have been enjoying as of late is Rise and Grind. Its hosted by Daymond John, who interviews successful people in the business world. The discussions focus on the keys to their own success, as well as how theyve learned to be more efficient with their time. Its a good listen. Colbey Pfund, HUGS Wellness

Grant Cardone and the 10X Movement have really taken off in the self-discovery and entrepreneurship learning space. What he offers podcasts, seminars, retreats, books, and social media is beyond the competition. Cardone is so far ahead of his competition in terms of free content because the premise of 10X is to do 10 times the work and hold yourself accountable for being 10 times better. Matthew Capala, Alphametic

The Tropical MBA has been around for almost a decade and is a podcast for location-independent entrepreneurs. Whether youre location-dependent or not, there is a lot to learn from the hosts and guest; running a remote business can be difficult and often requires unconventional strategies and efficiency that traditional businesses can benefit massively from. Karl Kangur, Above House

John Danes created The No Excuses Show with the main objective of eliminating excuses and negativity in entrepreneurs. John interviews entrepreneurs and important business people who give advice and tips about their careers, which is very useful, by the way. Kevin Leyes, Team Leyes

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Real estate agents, youve been practicing for this moment for years.

Hear me out. Whether you realize it yet or not, your community needs you. They need your unique leadership right now, more than ever. And many agents have been polishing their video and communication skills through marketing efforts for a long time. They have skills and influence that can now be used to unite the neighborhood.

Agents everywhere have an opportunity a responsibility, even to be the adult in the room; to be a beacon of hope, positivity, honesty and optimism for those in their communities who see them as local experts or local leaders. Furthermore, video is the perfect medium to reach a large number of people quickly and inexpensively.

During tough times, people look to their leaders for reassurance and guidance. At a national level, a state level, all the way down to their local neighborhoods. Leadership is necessary during the best of times, and absolutely crucial during tough times.

Many agents have become leaders in their communities, whether they realized it was happening or not. Additionally, weve learned a thing or two about how to reach our community. We just thought we were marketing: growing our brand and attempting to grow our influence and credibility. But really, weve been practicing.

Weve been practicing for a time just like this. A time where people need clarity and leadership. People need a voice of reason. They especially need it smack-dab in the middle of their newsfeed.

This is why I believe Realtors right now have the opportunity, through video, podcasting, social stories etc. to make a major difference in peoples lives. For those who already follow you and find you credible, you have the chance to calm nerves and provide reassurance for a scared, nervous community.

While you are publishing videos aimed at calming nerves, you can also really grow your market share and name recognition locally as many of your competitors play defense and scale back their marketing dollars.

During times of fear and panic, many professionals and business owners scale back their marketing efforts. Even more, they scale back what they spend on marketing. Playing defense does sound reasonable. I completely understand it. Its the natural response when uncertainty rules the day.

However, the majority of agents pushing pause creates an amazing opportunity for anyone willing to step up and spend more on marketing during this time of decreased competition.

Your competitors are literally sitting on the sidelines until things normalize or until they feel comfortable spending money on marketing again. Should you sit next to them and wait it out? Possibly. Thats 100% for you to decide, and it is a very personal thing to consider.

But if youre in a position where you have a few extra dollars that you can allocate to a Facebook ad campaign, or finally hiring an editor to put together some marketing videos for you do it! This is a huge opportunity.

One of the biggest takeaways I got from Grant Cardones 10X book was that in 2008 and 2009 when most entrepreneurs stopped spending money on advertising he doubled his ad spend! He saw that everyone else was clearing a path for him to be seen by more people, for much less money. So he took it.

Fast forward to now, and everyone knows who Grant Cardone is. Hes become a celebrity and a huge influencer in the entrepreneur space. But would he be had he not taken advantage of the Great Recession? According to him, no!

Were in a very unique time where we can make a huge difference for our neighbors, possibly helping to save lives, while also setting the table for massive business growth and brand recognition six months, a year, two years down the road. The hard part is that its intangible. Whether or not it worked is not something we will know until time has passed. We wont know if we did enough until were looking backward.

A year from today, when the economy is likely recovering, we have a coronavirus vaccine and were making our way back as a society, ask yourself this question when reflecting on these unprecedented times that were in:

Did I do enough?

Did you do everything you could to reach your neighbors and be a positive resource to them? But also, did you put as much as you wanted to into marketing and advertising while everything went on sale, and your competitors took a breather?

Time will tell.

Agents, its time we all step up and guide our neighbors through these incredibly trying times. Well all be better off for it, in more ways than one.

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