A Motivational Experience at the Office of Grant Cardone

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Danelle-Delgado-Nadya-MeltonRecently, Danelle and I got the opportunity to visit Grant Cardone’s office, and we had an amazing experience. The way his operation is run is truly inspiring, so I wanted to share with you some of our biggest take-aways from our experience.

There were a couple of things that we saw during our time there that should truly be duplicated by all entrepreneurs, and in this video you’ll get a sneak peek into the office itself along with our recap of the most memorable moments in our visit.

A Motivational Experience at the Office of Grant Cardone

When we walked into the office, there were video cameras, smiles, and we were asked if we needed refreshment. The atmosphere was completely welcoming, and right off the bat the office put you in the proper mindset. When we gathered for the meeting, we noticed that all of the staff was on time.


Punctuality is a spirit of excellence, and something we definitely took from this experience.

The first thing that the VP of Operations said to start the meeting was, ‘let’s talk about numbers. Let’s talk about success, let’s talk about the wins’. Everyone came prepared, and everyone came with notes. They opened with numbers, which is something we can all learn to do with our business. How do you succeed if you don’t know the numbers? All of the sales teams jumped in to the discussion with enthusiasm.

We were told by Grant’s video specialist, Robert, “What Grant does is extract the goodness out of you.” This proves what we teach in our celebrity circle, that you need to surround yourself with people that can extract the goodness out of you and not allow you to be less than excellent. People who love you enough to elevate you into what you are capable of because they care about you that much.


Not everybody will be strong enough to do that, because it’s hard to be that way to the people you love. Danelle says, “I have multiple people in my life who will not allow me to be less than I am capable of, and they will not stand for it.

We’re coaching a lot of people, and it’s no easy task. Coaching people, or truly supporting them and not allowing them to quit, is a lot like parenting.

Is it easy to let your kids eat hot dogs? Yes. But you have to sell them on eating broccoli because it’s worth it.

Visiting Grant’s office truly inspired us. The atmosphere was uplifting and the staff was motivated. Even the office itself was a place of constant encouragement, with some of Grant’s most motivational quotes posted around the room, such as “Treading water is the same as drowning”, and “We don’t just want to make money, we want to make a difference”.

I hope you found our experience as motivational as we did, and carry some of these ideas into your everyday workplace to create an environment of success.

Awesome Quotes from Grant Cardone:

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Nadya Melton




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I coach entrepreneurs on how to take their home business, online marketing and personal branding to the celebrity status!

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