Thursday, April 25

Is Life too Expensive? – Grant Cardone


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Every day you're reminded you don't have enough money, because every day you're confronted with how much things cost! The hard truth you need to hear today is that things aren't too expensive, you don't make enough. Flip your mindset. The $115 Wagyu Beef at the restaurant isn't too expensive, it's that you don't make enough. Go to Monaco, see the yachts. Walk down Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. There's so much money in this world it's ridiculous. It's not that your dream life is too much money to fund, it's that right now you're just not collecting enough money each month to fund it.

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Grant Cardone is a New York Times bestselling author, the #1 sales trainer in the world, and an internationally renowned speaker on leadership, real estate investing, entrepreneurship, social media, and finance. His 5 privately held companies have annual revenues exceeding $100 million. Forbes named Mr. Cardone #1 of the "25 Marketing Influencers to Watch in 2017". Grant’s straight-shooting viewpoints on the economy, the middle class, and business have made him a valuable resource for media seeking commentary and insights on real topics that matter. He regularly appears on Fox News, Fox Business, CNBC, and MSNBC, and writes for Forbes, Success Magazine, Business Insider,, and the Huffington Post. He urges his followers and clients to make success their duty, responsibility, and obligation. He currently resides in South Florida with his wife and two daughters.


  • Wayne Donoghue

    GC ❤! I agree with your philosophy of the price isn’t the problem, the problem is you don’t make enough money! But if I had 10 billion dollars, and someone asked me for $150 for a steak, I would definitely question the price of that steak in regards to the value of it, in comparison with the equilibrium on steak prices in the market place! No matter how much cash you got, there’s some things that are simply over priced! Plus you said on the Cardone Zone that you won’t pay more than $70 for a pair of jeans! So this means either 1.You don’t make enough money to spend more than $70 on jeans or 2.your problem is with the price of the jeans! So if the answer is number 1, like you say it is, and you’ve got half a billion in Real Estate and a jet which costs 50k per flight, and you can’t afford jeans over $70, then exactly what net worth should an individual have to safely be able to afford $70 jeans ?
    If your answer is “I can afford it, I just don’t pay it” then you yourself do Indeed have a problem with the price! And if your answer is “i can’t afford it” then my question remains valid.. please answer! Because I’m a sucker for calling out a contradiction! Thanks. Rant over 🤣

    • Wayne Donoghue

      +Nadir Rabah exactly no matter how much cash a person has the price of a product or service must be justified in relation to supply and demand.! If we all had the same selfish attitude as our friend Nitin up there who thinks once he’s rich then market prices are no longer relevant, then companies would Say “hey, since all these people adopted this “abundance” mentality we may aswell start charging them anything” let’s raise the price of milk to $10,000.. because these guys won’t complain.. Nitin will even give me a tip”.. the world would lose control.. all because a few guys adopted an Ego which they justify as an abundance mentality

    • Nitin

      +Wayne Donoghue you’re so funny dude 😂 you really think capatalism would allow that !? Someone would sell it for cheap to steal the business away from them. ALWAYS. But certain places are specifically made for the people who have it all and if they don’t have any problem with paying that price you shouldn’t have either.

    • Buster Biloxi

      The word you’re looking for is “value.” Cardone wants value for his money. You seem to have a problem with this notion. It doesn’t even occur to you. I love the guy. Honest and up front and there are lots like him out there but few as entertaining.

      Frankly, what’s the point of this video? Random thoughts about why he’s rich and the rest of you aren’t. Let me tell you people something: You can’t do what Cardone does because you don’t have his drive, his moxie, his lack of fear and shame. You don’t have his greed. He has no interests or hobbies. It’s money and ONLY money! He tells y’all to do this and that but y’all can’t. You haven’t got it in you

      Yeah, Baby! Cardone Talk! Motherfuckers! Pride of Ownership is Crap, Man! The House Owns You! Other people’s money, Man! The banks, Man! Testify! Blah, blah, blah…

    • Nadir Rabah

      I get it. When we (the people) question the price its an indication / “reminder” that we don’t make enough money but what about when these merchants / business “overcharge” for their products and services?

  • BackFatBetty91

    I’m always saying that stuff is too expensive for me.. I’m dead broke, probably why everything is expensive.. Time to change my financial situation for the better

  • Outsmart & Outwork

    We say we don’t need money until we do. When you find out that your mother needs $40.000 for the treatment you would love to take back the time you spent thinking money is not important.

  • Mr. Mazhel

    Grant Cardone this is insane! When I say this to people they laugh at me, they tell me I’m crazy, the world isn’t expensive, you are too poor, that’s the mentality I’ve developed by consuming your content and it is a crazy motivation source for me, thank you

    • Buster Biloxi

      And most of us won’t “keep pushing everyday” so his advice is only for about one out of a hundred of you people. So stop dreaming and get a good job or get two jobs. You’re welcome.

    • Kevin Johnson

      Horrible advice. You should be able to buy the thing AT THE VERY LEAST 20 times to be able to say you can comfortably afford it. If I have $2,000, I can most certainly spend $1,000 on a hotel night, but that doesn’t mean it’s in the range of comfortable affordability. I’m spending half of my net worth on one night.

    • Rosemarie75

      +Kevin Johnson It wasn’t literal – it is a saying to get people into the right mindset regarding spending. Of course you shouldn’t spend $100 on junk just because you have $200. I thought that was obvious.

    • Kevin Johnson

      +Rosemarie75 It doesn’t matter if it wasn’t literal, make it better. Sayings have immense impact on the populace, and don’t underestimate the capability of a population full of financially illiterate idiots to take a saying literally. Just look at what “Money is the root of all evil” has done. I thought that was obvious.

  • Rubin Rodriguez

    It’s not about being too expensive. It’s about not making enough income. This is real talk right here. People get offended but it’s the truth. The day you realize that you need to focus on your income and not on your expenses then your life will begin to change. Uncle G thank you for everything you do. The day will come when I iy you back for everything you have done for me. May God bless you with a long productive life 🙏🏻

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