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The Key Factor Of A Self-Made Millionaire
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http://www.cnbc.com/2016/12/01/self-made...llion.html

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At age 25, Grant Cardone was swimming in debt and stuck in a sales job he hated.
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"Even though I hated the job, I decided I would throw myself into my sales job 100 percent," he writes of his younger self in his new book, "Be Obsessed Or Be Average."
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He watched sales training videos while he ate breakfast, listened to self-improvement tapes during his drive to work, and was often the first employee to show up and the last to leave.
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Cardone's hard work quickly paid off: He went from making $3,000 a month to $6,000 a month in his commission-based job.
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"I REMEMBER THAT $3,000 LEAP BETTER THAN I REMEMBER THE FIRST MILLION I MADE. IT WAS MORE IMPORTANT TO ME."

-Grant Cardone, self-made millionaire
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"I remember that $3,000 leap better than I remember the first million I made. It was more important to me," Cardone, who has since built five businesses, tells CNBC.
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It changed his mindset, the way he thought about money, and that would eventually lead to his seven-figure status. He explains: "That $3,000 showed me that it's possible for me to change my condition. I don't have to be worried about money every day. I can go produce more money.
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"It changed my confidence. It changed my belief in me, and it also changed how I considered and defined my own potential."
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After that initial $3,000 leap, he continued investing in himself and learning everything he could about sales. "I kept duplicating what I was doing," the self-made millionaire says. "I saw that I could actually go from three grand a month, which is poor, to six grand. My only question was, how many different times can I do this? If I make six, can I get to nine? If I get to nine, can I get to 12?"
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After all, the one way to get really, really rich, Cardone emphasizes, is to focus on earning.
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