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Following the official launch of his first book entitledFear-Less, Belfast businessman Tom Smyth has quickly attracted the attention of Grant Cardones organisation, one of the worlds most successful motivational coaching enterprises in the world.

The managing director of Dream Luxury Serviced Apartments and a number of other successful companies used time during the pandemic lockdowns to achieve one his lifes ambitions, to write an inspirational book to help people overcome fear, lack of confidence and achieve anything they set their minds on.

Inspired by his own life and brand, the 46-year-old developed a unique self-improvement system called DREAM. Its based on the five simple core principles of Determination, Regeneration, Energisation, Ambition and Motivation.

Toms high-energy success story and new book, inspired by Belfasts resilience and transformation journey, have been recognised by the global expert who has reached out to work with him.

The internationally renowned business expert and worlds number one sales and marketing trainer has invited Tom to represent his company as a Grant Cardone 10X certified coach, speaker and mentor in Ireland, UK and across Europe.

Grant Cardone launched his famous 10X movement in 2011 and since has attracted millions of devotees who use his theories to improve their business success and personal relationships.

He is an incredibly successful American property entrepreneurand media personality, as well as a dynamic international speaker, coach and consultant with his teachings used by hundreds of millions of people. He is star of hit TV series the Undercover Billionaire and is currently making a movie with Robert De Niro.

The best-selling author of seven books, including the New York Times bestsellerIf Youre Not First, Youre Last, and the Axiom Award WinnerSell or Be Sold, also established the Cardone University, the premier online sales training tool in the world with over 50,000,000 users and counting.

This is an incredible opportunity to work with the worlds most experienced and respected coaching expert, to say I am privileged is a complete understatement. Tom said.

I have been studying with Grant Cardone for several years, and I am blown away by his teachings, so much so that I enrolled all my sales staff in his training programs.

His insights, powers of motivational speaking and positive attitude to overcoming all challenges have paid dividends for my business productivity, so I know 100 per cent that this system works.

Having been elevated to an official member of the 10X mentoring team, I am incredibly grateful to now have the opportunity to help bring Grant Cardones tried-and-tested methods for success to a UK, European and Irish audience. Grants teachings combined with my own mindset, my new book and my unwavering belief that absolutely anything is possible when you put your mind to it, means that this is a very exciting moment, with so many people set to benefit.

Over the last nine months, Tom has diligently recorded his thoughts, ideas and strategies for success and his debut book is a history lesson and a street-psychology lecture, animated by a personal narrative of ambition and learning tough life lessons.

Fear and self-doubt has a paralysing effect on peoples ability to think and work out a strategy for success. It has a very negative impact on physical and mental health, and it is often the root cause of failure, Tom says.

When the pandemic hit in early 2020, I needed to find an antidote to self-limiting fear for both my staff and family. I explored the research and resources I have personally used over many years in my life, both personally and professionally and wrote it all down for this new book.

Grant Cardones work has always been a massive source of inspiration to me. So, I am truly honoured to be part of his elite team.

I truly want to help others fulfil their potential, so this winning combination is set to help anyone who wants to build their resilience and develop strategies for personal and professional development to achieve and smash their goals.

With the guidance and support of Grant Cardone and his organisation, I can now reach out and help many more people fulfil their potential. I am excited to bring his methods and teachings to the UK, Ireland and beyond because I know the incredible transformations he can inspire.

*Fear-Less by Tom Smyth is set to be realised in early 2021 and is available to pre-order on Amazon now.

Tom will be offering world class business and personal development programs that will enable individuals and companies to create more revenue, employ more people, and impact more lives with their products and services from March 2021!

Please register for more information on joining Toms DREAM Team.

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Where did Undercover Billionaire go? Matt Smith explains, and reacts to Episode 3 – Pueblo Chieftain

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If you started the year eagerly awaiting to see Pueblo featured on Discoverys Undercover Billionaire, you may have noticed it hasnt aired in recent weeks.

Matt Smith, the Pueblo entrepreneur who has partnered with Louis Curtis, aka Grant Cardone in the series, said viewers will have to wait until March.

The reason it is not on the Discovery Channel is because they made an error, Smith said. They put the show on during the transition of presidency, so the ratings werent where they wanted them to be. They pulled the show back, and they are going to release it on Discovery within the next 30-45 days with a larger launch.

Smith noted he believes the relaunch will be good for Pueblo.

(The series) will have more eyeballs on it, there will be more promotion, and they are going to piggyback it with one of their No. 1 shows, Smith said.

As of now, viewers who have a Discovery+ subscription are still able to view the show, but Smith said that may change within the coming weeks.

As of now they are going to keep releasing episodes on Discovery+, but even the producers I talked to yesterday didnt know if that was going to change, Smith added. I think they are still making a lot of big decisions with the show.

"They want to make sure its at the right time in the right season, so I think its going to be a really good thing for Pueblo. We just have to wait 30 more days for it to get on the air.

MORE: Matt Smith 'cautiously optimistic' on Pueblo's Undercover Billionaire portrayal

If you have followed along with the series thus far, you know that Episode 2 ended with production coming to Cardone, who had just received a $10,000 check from Smith, to inform him that the show had been shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.

In Episode 3, viewers see Cardone has reunited with his family in Miami.

When I started my 90-day challenge, I didnt know COVID would get so serious so fast, Cardone said. I had no choice but to go home to Miami and wait until I can get back to work.

Smith said that when this was happening, everyone himself included thought that the situation would blow over quickly.

From my standpoint, it was just like, Alright, Ill see you in a week or so, Smith said. Then it just kind of ended. I dont think anyone knew what COVID was about to do to our world.

In reality, Cardone, who was only 13 days into the 90-day challenge, was with his family in Florida for three months.

It was really when (SNAP Fitness) was opening up again, Smith said. I got an email from (the head of production) that said, Hey, I think we are going to continue the show. I was like, Huh, I never thought Id see these guys again.

Determined to finish what he started, Cardone said in the episode that resuming his role as Louis Curtis was important to him because he wanted to prove anyone can start a business.

Before leaving Pueblo though, Cardone had sold the vehicle he was given at the beginning of the challenge and was borrowing local business ownerRyan Zabukovics Jeep Wrangler.

Upon his second arrival in Pueblo, his undercover persona had no mode of transportation.

After making his way from Pueblo Memorial Airport out to Zabukovic RV, he meets with Zabukovic once again with the hope that he can stay in an RV overnight.

In their meeting, Zabukovic explains that after reopening, he sold everything on his lot including the Jeep that Cardone was borrowing.

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In his second day back, Cardone meets with Smith again hoping he would still be open to working together;especially because he had not touched the $10,000 check Smith wrote him three months prior.

My side of it was, Is he going to think about cashing that check? Smith said with a laugh. In the back of my mind, Im like I doubt hes that guy, but you never know. I felt like I knew him well enough that he wasnt, but it wasnt confirmed one way or another.

When he didnt, and he told me I didnt want to cash this check and leave you hanging. I definitely appreciated that and respected him more for sure.

Cardone's undercover persona appears to be extremely nervous, before the meeting notinghe feels defeated because all the momentum he gained was lost in those three months he spent away from Pueblo.

Smith said for him, its funny seeing that perspective because in the moment Cardone never displayed an ounce of anxiety.

I never saw that side of him, Smith said. He was such a confident human when he came into my building. When I met with the guy, every time he was confident in what he was doing.

"I dont think he was not nervous, he just never showed that to me. So, on my side of it, I was just excited. We had a lot of fun together, we built some trust, good relationships with the community already. So, I was excited for him to come back into my life.

In the upcoming episode, it seems the show will delve further into how Cardone plans to contribute to Smith's businesses, and touch on an illness he seems to have caught.

Episodes are available on Wednesday evenings on Discovery+.

Chieftain and Pueblo West View reporter Alexis Smith can be reached by email at or on Twitter @smith_alexis27.

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What Jessica Williamson has learnt since scoring a Clubhouse invite –

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Clubhouse is one of the newest social media platforms out there, and I just had to try it.

Id heard that Clubhouse was a platform where you can connect with some of the worlds prominent industry leaders via live voice interaction. This means you speak directly to real movers and shakers in your industry.

I was so intrigued, and after receiving an invite to join, I jumped right in and gained tonnes of followers in just two days.

Heres what I learnt.

Everyone is on Clubhouse to give value, and this authenticity translates directly into follows.

You really need to soak up the advice and value you get from the platform and put yourself out there as much as you can.

One way I did this was the stage. I entered a room dedicated to business growth, and on the stage was Grant Cardone, Tiffany Haddish, Jim Kwik and so many USA Shark Tank investors and people with millions of followers! Then, I wasnt just in the same room, but I was granted access to the stage!

I got to speak directly to these famous people and had some of them reply directly to me via audio, all completely live. It was just through my phone like a normal phone call. It was insane!

Its like having a phone call with the biggest leaders in the world. I was blown away.

The opportunity to ask questions or make a comment really does help to position you as the leading expert in your niche.

Hearing a real voice seems to make people seem more real too which helps build connection.

Just being on stage got me 60 new followers. Then Tiffany Haddish followed me! (I doubled checked; its not a fake account.)

Because Clubhouse links directly to your Twitter and Instagram, there are no DM functions or chat functions to comment or like.

The only way to interact with people through Clubhouse is via voice. People can hear you and hear exactly what you know and can offer.

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Since the Clubhouse app links directly to Instagram its a direct link to potential followers.

In fact, Ive gained at least 200 new Instagram followers after two days on Clubhouse. Ive also got about 50 new direct messages to read.

In the past, Id be lucky if I get one or two DMs each month from people I dont follow.

DMs are usually a more meaningful way to connect with followers as they have real questions to ask you and genuinely want your expertise.

Theres so much opportunity on this app right now because as a first-mover, while everyone is still getting access, you have to be invited. So, you need to receive an invitation from someone else who is already on the app.

Each person currently only receives one invite, so its still super exclusive, however, it is growing exponentially.

As a first-mover, its so meaningful to be on the app right now, making the most of it.

Im certain that as time goes on, we may not be able to access these featured speakers as much as we can now, because the rooms will be so crowded with so many people.

This will mean fewer opportunities to get on to the stage and speak to them. So, Ive been spending a lot of time on the app over the past couple of days to make the most of getting in early.

The good thing is you can multitask, use other apps, and have the audio on while you work to make the most of your day.

Honestly, I had absolutely no idea what I was doing or how the app worked when I joined.

However, upon jumping into a few groups and putting myself out there, I got the hang of it very quickly.

I jumped into a bunch of different groups where people were chatting about all the functions of the app and how Clubhouse actually works, so that was really handy.

Once the app becomes more popular, this how-to chat may stop because they will assume that everyone knows how it works.

So I was lucky to get in early and learn in the app.

Because of my experience in podcasting and doing Instagram lives, Im more than comfortable to put my hand up and I wanted to push myself to keep that up.

So, I put my hand up and just hoped to be invited onto the stage. And I was!

It was a great opportunity to share my business insights. One thing I have also noticed is that Clubhouse has such a supportive community, I didnt experience any nastiness or anything negative at all.

The app itself is pretty amazing. There are actual Shark Tank rooms where people are pitching and gaining insane investments. I also found a Next Top Model room which based on audio, but Im not sure how that one works.

So, as you can tell, Im a huge fan of Clubhouse. To help you with your first day on the app, here are a few things to try which worked well for me.

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Wvldo Brooklyn Influencer: Coming From Nothing to Having it All – Influencive

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To dreaming, envisioning, creating to then succeeding in life as a social media influencer, artist, and YouTuber, Walik Tarek Hamed or better known as Wvldo made an icon out of himself. He was first recognized around the year 2016. Around that time his videos became viral on major platforms. Wvldo has made prank videos and skits that caught viewers attention. Wvldo was posted on Worldstar over 5 times for his attention-grabbing skits.

He was born in San Francisco, CA, but was raised in Brooklyn, NY. He started his career by making youtube videos to later than going viral for his skits to then bringing his content to Instagram and TikTok, which then got him recognized by world star and famous celebrities. In 2016 one of his songs went viral on SoundCloud, he is focusing on music in 2021. Right now Wvldo is focusing on making music and going viral with his comedic creativity on youtube which are his key goals for the year. Wvldo is very determined on growing his brand and he is serious with the career path he has chosen. He believes in not wasting time and self-motivation.

Wvldo wont stop at anything until he gets to the end of his success! Anyone following his career path should know that his advice to them is to, focus on your craft and find a way to make it better each and every day. Make it your only plan for there is no plan B. You will soon find yourself being Waldos newest supporter and expecting the unexpected every time. Dont miss out on his Instagram lives, he hosts them for comedy and entertainment purposes. He also manages content creators and has reached 17,000 followers on the new app Clubhouse in just one month. He has hosted some of the greatest rooms and had celebrities like The Game, Toosie, Grant Cardone, and Lil Mama share the stage with him. Keep up with Wvldo and dont miss out on his social media/music journey in 2021.

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Grant Cardone’s ‘Undercover Billionaire’ Challenge: Build the American Dream With $100 and a Truck – Inc.

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To see what self-made entrpreneurs are really made of, all you have to do is take away their money.

On season two of the Discoveryreality show Undercover Billionaire, real estate investorand motivational speaker Grant Cardone bet$1 million that he could build a million-dollar company in 90 days, with only $100and a pickup truck. If that sounds nutty, it's worth noting that Cardone isn't the first entrepreneur to take such a gamble, as California businessman Glenn Stearns, who founded the private mortgage lender, Stearns Holdings,made the exact same bet on season one of the show, which chronicled thelaunch of Stearns's Pennsylvania restaurant, Underdog BBQ.

For season two, which premieres January 6 at 8 p.m. ET on Discovery, Cardone was dropped into a cityhe'd never so much as visited--Pueblo, Colorado--and challenged to starta newbusiness without the use of his name,business connections or financial resources. Before his deployment, Cardonedidn'teven knowwhere in the U.S. he'd be spending the next threemonths. "I had no way to plan," Cardone says. "Different cities offer different opportunities." Of course, the onset of the pandemic added an extra and unforeseeable challenge.

Now, on the other side of this immersive experiment,Cardone took a moment with Inc. to share whathe learned about starting over as an entrepreneur. Here is an edited version of our conversation.

The American Dream is very hard--way harder than I've been writing about in books and talking about from seminar stages. This was the hardest thing I've ever done in my whole life. It was no food, no water and no shelter--just $100 and an old truck. I learned that there's so much to be grateful for that we take for granted every day, like bad employees. When you're out there by yourself you're saying, "Man I sure would like to have a couple of bad employees right now." Anything is better than nothing.

The biggest takeaway for me is, ifyou want to build a million-dollar business, you do not need money, but you do need people.I solve all my problems on this show throughother people. You can take away my money, my name, and my credit cards, but you can't take away what I know and the ability to go communicate with people. And that's where most people are failing--on communication to others.

Sixty-four percent of all businesses in America lose money or break even. Two-thirds of those have no employees. The no employee thing is the dumbest game you can play. You cannot do everything yourself. Do not stay small in 2021.You have to expand.This year,I would try to growmy business as much as possible and get rid of anything that has the business overly encumbered. Give up profits in your company to other people, if there is a profit. Just do whatever you need to do to add people, whether it's employees, 1099s or collaborating partners. Partnerships don't cost money.Collaboration doesn't cost money. What costs money is staying a one-man or one-woman show.

More of the middle class are going to become renters in 2021 and over the next decade. Real assets will prove to be extremely valuable. I wouldn't lock into anything long-term right now unless it provides income and is indestructible. Retail and hotels have to fall. You cannot be dependent upon a retail business, which we've all known for years. You've got to adapt to the reality of the situation. Everything in the hospitality space is suspect. Office buildings are probably going to be fine, because I don't think people are going to work from home forever.

We'll be talking about that and the importance of scaling, and that scaling is not a choice. You have to scale. If you think one person can get it done, hire 10. If it's going to take 10, then you need more revenue. So if you've got 10 customers, get 100. We're going to be showing people how to scale their businessesand how to do that by calling customers (which is old school),knocking on doors, which is very old school,and using digital and social media, which is very new school. Put those three together. People shouldn't be disregarding the old games of knocking on doors and using telephones. Add that to the digital approach and you'll be unstoppable in 2021.

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Here are South Floridas largest multifamily sales of 2020 – The Real Deal

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3333 South Port Royale Drive in Fort Lauderdale

Loosened requirements on business closures may have helped keep more Floridians employed, and thus paying their rent, but the pandemic may have hurt top sales in the multifamily market.

The top South Florida multifamily sale of 2020 didnt beat 2019s $322 million sale, but it did best 2018s $149 million top sale. And South Floridas top five sales did see a higher average price per unit than last years top five $299,000, compared to $275,000.

Here is a breakdown of the top multifamily sales of the year in South Florida.

Mill Creek, Invesco sell Fort Lauderdale apartments for $180M. Mill Creek Residential and Invesco sold a 555-unit apartment complex in Fort Lauderdale for $180 million. The buyer, NM-Port Royale LLC, is tied to Northwestern Mutual. The deal includes the Emera Port Royale apartments, formerly called Modera Port Royale, at 3333 South Port Royale Drive, as well as nearby vacant land.

CBRE fund pays $132M for Shorecrest Club Apartments in Miami. A CBRE Global Investors sponsored fund paid $132.1 million for a large apartment complex at the entrance to the 79th Street Causeway in Miami. Upper East Side Miami LLC sold the Shorecrest Club Apartments to SPUS9 Bayshore LP. The 467-unit bayfront apartment buildings sold for about $283,000 per unit. ECI Group, a multifamily development, investment, management and brokerage firm based in Atlanta, sold the property at 7950 Northeast Bayshore Court. ECI co-developed the project with Adler Development and Canyon Capital Realty Advisors LLC.

Grant Cardone nabs waterfront Fort Lauderdale apartment complex for $130M. The real estate investment firm of author and speaker Grant Cardone bought a 553-unit waterfront apartment complex in Fort Lauderdale. Port Royale Apartments, at 3300 Port Royale Drive North along the Intracoastal Waterway, span 22 acres with a private marina. The complex features 392 garden-style units across 16 acres and 161 units in a mid-rise building. Robert Given of Cushman and Wakefield brokered the deal on behalf of the seller, Chicago-based real estate investor and property manager Waterton.

TA Realty drops $112M on apartments in Flagler Village. TA Realty bought a 340-unit apartment project in Fort Lauderdales Flagler Village for $112 million from a partnership between Morgan Group and JPMorgan. The development, known as Pearl Flagler Village, sold for $329,411 per unit, records show. The project at 400 Northeast Third Avenue opened a year ago.

Nuveen pays $103M for West Palm luxury apartments. Global asset manager Nuveen Real Estate paid $103.5 million for a luxury apartment project in West Palm Beach. Records show Broadstone City Center LLC, a company tied to Alliance Residential, sold the 315-unit Broadstone City Center at 499 Evernia Street. The mid-rise development, which spans a city block in downtown West Palm Beach, traded for about $329,000 per rental.

SOURCE: TRD analysis of brokerage data, as provided by Colliers International, news clippings and market reports.

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How Podcasting Can Help You Grow Your Online Course Business And Sell More Digital Products – The Advocate

Posted: November 28, 2020 at 4:54 pm

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How Podcasting Can Help You Grow Your Online Course Business And Sell More Digital Products

Podcasts are one of the most powerful ways to build rapport with your audience and one of the best ways to build a brand and market and sell digital products, especially online courses.

Once you have figured out how to create an online course that sells and you are ready to set it on autopilot, you need to make a decision on how to drive consistent traffic to your core piece of content.Podcasting is a great way to do that.

Podcasts are a place where youll find people with long attention spans, who interested in your niche and are craving more information. Why would they be subscribed if they werent? Podcasting is the ultimate place to sell digital products, because theres an engaged audience and you get to network with other awesome people in your space.

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Your listeners spend some of their most intimate time with you while they are either driving their car, going for a walk, getting ready for work, working out at the gym or before they head to bed. This builds what Joel Brown, the founder of the Addicted2Success podcast calls "the best friend effect."Most course creators are fighting to be seen and heard on social media, and this can be an expensive and exhausting game to play. In an email interview, Brown wrote that All you need is to record an ad for your course, which will be placed at the start of each episode. As each listener gets to know you and becomes familiar with your voice, they will remember you next time they are looking for a course to join. Not to mention if they are listening to a lot of episodes back-to-back they will hear your ad multiple times, which in turn makes it more likely they will eventually purchase your course if they believe you have a solution for them."

You become a well-versed speaker when you commit to a high volume of episode creation. If you are a coach,a podcast is a powerful value exchange you get to offer other coaches, speakers and authors, which will allow you to build a network of friends in your industry.

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Podcasts are a place where you can establish yourself as an expert through the power of hijacking other peoples audiences, as Russel Brunson would say.Using the power of other peoples audiences by getting influential guests on your show can instantly build your credibility and authority in the industry.

Brown managed to get huge namessuch as Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Jay Shetty, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim Ferriss, Grant Cardone, Gabrielle Bernstein, Lisa Nichols, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Brendon Burchard, Bob Proctor, John Assaraf and more through a combination of perseverance and luck. His podcast has been downloaded more than fourmillion times, and the YouTube videos of his podcast episodes have more than two million views.

I messaged Gary Vaynerchuk and told him I would purchase25 copies of his book Jab, Jab, Jab Right Hookand give them away as a competition on my social media channels in return for a quick 20-minute video interview," Brown wrote to me. "He loved the idea and said yes."

"I set a calendar reminder in my phone on the 21st of each month for 12 months straight to remind me to try another way to get in touch with Tony Robbins," he wrote."It took nine months and nine attempts until I finally got a yesfrom Tony. By the time he agreed, he had heard my name and Addicted2Success mentioned to him a few times from a few gatekeepers. It was perfect timing as his new book Money: Master The Gamehad just come out."

"John Assaraf, who was in the hit movie The Secret, was running a Masterclass to promote one of his courses," Brown told me."I put myself in his shoes and knew that he would need support to get as many subscribers as possible to fill his course. I offered to promote his course to my social media followers and email list, which at the time had 30,000 subscribers. He said yes."

For Addicted2Success, traction picked up very quickly once it hit 10,000 downloads per month. That kind of success isachievable when you have a solid game plan and strategy to consistently get all-star guests on your platform and are promoting each episode to your audiencemultiple times. It helps even more when you ask and encourage people to share your episodes with their friends, fans and followers too.

This more quickly you grow and the more listeners you have, the more you'll be picked up by podcast algorithms. That helps you rank in the top charts on Apple's podcast app and get featured on the main page of Soundcloud, for example.

Lets take the closer look at Scot Chrismanspodcast, The Athletic Stance,which focuses on mindset, nutrition, fitness and more for skiers.I was blessed to see a lot of traction quickly," Chrisman wrote in an email."It was the top podcast in sports on iTunes within 90 days. I was able to interview a lot of the best skiers and influential minds in skiing think of the Tony Hawks or the Michael Jordans of the skiing world including two-time Olympic gold medalist and six-time world championDavid Wise and 16-year-old bronze medal winner Nico Porteous. Getting these athletes on the show was a matter of persistence and passion. I sent out lots of requests, and I literally only got one no. The rest just ignored me if they didnt want to be a part of it. It helped that I was an up-and-coming pro, but it didnt mean it was always easy.

Coaches, consultantsand course creators can hugely benefit from starting a podcast, because it encourages them to create "Gary Vee-style" content that can then be broken down, multipliedand posted across social media platforms and blogs. To be able to keep selling online courses consistently, you need as much content as possible.

Podcasting is a great practice for speaking about your topic, diving into your expertise, creating content regularlyand systematically syndicating it out through multiple mediums.

So, when are you starting your podcast?

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India News | Sachin Pilot Pays Tribute to Former PM Rajiv Gandhi on His Birth Anniversary – LatestLY

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Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], Aug 20 (ANI): Congress leader Sachin Pilot on Thursday paid tribute to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his 76th birth anniversary.

"I pay tributes to the father of Indian information technology revolution, manager of the Panchayati raj empowerement and builder of modern India former Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi on his birth anniversary. His priceless contributions to the building of a strong India will always be written in golden words," Pilot's tweet read.

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Born on August 20, 1944, Rajiv Gandhi became the youngest Prime Minister of India when he assumed office in October 1984. He served as the Prime Minister of India till December 2, 1989.

In May 1991, Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by a Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) suicide bomber during an election rally in Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu. (ANI)

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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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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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