Chairman of WFG, Ed Mylett has built a fortune by being a closer. While his initial dream didn’t work out with playing baseball, he immediately opened his eyes to see the next opportunity. It’s not whether you get up, it’s how fast you get up. He’s now a peak performance coach and is highly interested in reaching his full potential. What’s the highest version of you? Don’t measure yourself against others! Grant and Ed discuss the idea of when’s enough, enough? How do you find massive success? Ed says there are two motivators after significance and wealth: growth and contribution. His 3 tips for reaching your potential include:

Monster Hunger.
Crazy Work Ethic.
Ability to Focus and Remove Distractions.

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48 Responses to “Confessions of an Entrepreneur with Ed Mylett & Grant Cardone”

  1. Iveta from Thrace

    Wow, that initial confession was so straightforward and open. I definitely relate to that. My toughest regrets, thus far, also revolve around not being kind enough to other people, under different circumstances.

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  2. Vincent Sunny

    They labeled me mentally ill when I was very young.Now I'm 50 and poor. I believed what they said about me.Now I'm trying to reprogram my mind through video's like this and my will. Hope it's not to late. Don't really care about the money however it would be better to have more. But most of all I need a purpose I don't have kids or a significant other.

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  3. Commentor1

    13:11 Mylett can't seem to comprehend a simplistic concept such as why a dock on the open ocean isn't a good idea (he lives near the Pacific Ocean, so he doesn't understand), yet he dispenses advice people actually pay for? This is mind blowing.

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  4. dianna daniels-orcutt

    I love this video I adore Grant but he comes off as abrasive and I come off like that often, not because I dont care but it pisses me off to see people with so much potential not trying or using their amazing gifts

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  5. 4R Reel

    Tai Lopez said at the end – you have to "find a mentor that isn't just a little bit better than you" "Follow those rules, be humble, persevere, read more, toughen up". THANK YOU CAPTAIN OBVIOUS

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  6. Dan Barrett

    Wish I saw this when it was put out. I could help both Ed and Grant pick excellent growth stocks. If you need help connect with me on my twitter feed @pivitinvesting.

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  7. Robert w Sieburg

    I loved listening. Question. I am 59 self-employed more like my own made slave. Just getting by and with no security net. How do I learn to do sales while I run my repair business it does pay the bills? If I had the money I would pay for your classes without thinking twice. Could you point me in a cost-effective direction? Please. Thank you Bob Sieburg.

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  8. Jesse Alexander

    They both voted for Trump. People overreact to that. In the end it matters how you influence others. These 2 influence millions to strive for the best version of themselves.

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  9. นันทวดี มีทอง

    ก็ขอเจ้าอวยพรกับทุกๆสิ่งทุกๆอย่าง ที่เคารพนับถือความดีจงมีต่อจิตต่อใจวาจาสัญญาให้ถูกที่ความดีจะมีมาตลอดการ

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  10. PeteMacDetroit

    "Don't get people around you so sour with you, they don't want to please or impress you." Mylett…. that one right there…whooo. Spoken like a man that knows how to Lead

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