Andrew: Alright everybody, welcome to another episode of Vetpreneur Podcast. So this is, Grant Cardone is with us. Grant, I wanna thank you man. I wanna thank you for coming in, doing a live Q & A with the world’s largest community of military veteran entrepreneurs. They’re all pumped up, they’re all excited. SO we all appreciate you coming in and taking the time to answer everybody’s questions. So I wanna start with one question, and then I’ll let my tribe continue to give their questions and I’ll read them out for you to answer. Here’s my question-
Grant Cardone: [crosstalk 00:00:34] Man, where’s the blankets on your bed, man?
Andrew: I have three kids, so they, instead of making the bed I just took them off.
Grant Cardone: Oh, okay.
Andrew: We’re in a hotel right now.
Grant Cardone: You should know better than to get out of bed without making that bed up.
Andrew: Well, there’s pizza all over the covers, you know, you don’t treat your hotel room the same way you treat your house.
Grant Cardone: Oh, okay.
Andrew: So here’s my question. Why do you think that it’s statistically proven that military veterans are more likely to succeed in business versus anyone else? So, someone who has served is more likely to succeed.
Grant Cardone: Yeah, well I think it’s really pretty simple. Because the vet doesn’t mind following. It’s not about leadership, it’s about following. Like I hear all the time, everybody wants to be a leader, man. People who don’t serve wanna be leaders. Like, “I wanna lead, I wanna lead.” Dude, you can’t even serve. If you can’t serve you can’t lead. And the thing that I believe the vet offers more than anything else is the ability to follow an order. The ability to play as a team member. That I don’t have to be the upfront guy all the time. Everybody wants to be the upfront guy, most entrepreneurs make less money than employees. By about 20,000 bucks a year. And so why, because they have this idea they wanna lead and they haven’t even learned how to serve. And I think the military, all military units, like you have to be willing to serve, you have to be willing to take orders, you have to be willing to follow, you have to be willing to execute on orders sometimes that you don’t even agree with, and get the job done even though you don’t agree with it. And that’s why I believe vets statistically are more successful in business than those that are not.
Andrew: See, I love that, man. I actually talk about this to the tribe all the time. I always tell them, “The best leader is first the best follower.” Because you first have to be a great follower before you can expect people to follow you. So I love that. I talk about all the time in the tribe. Alright guys, I want you to start asking questions. Let me know, ask your questions out there, I’ll read them out to Grant and he’ll answer the ones that I get out there to him. So we’ve got him for a little bit, so I wanna make sure to get the best quality, high quality questions in here.
Grant Cardone: Let me just say this before you jump into the questions. You know, the suicide rate of guys coming back, I was working with the Pentagon, I’ve been at Fort Bragg, Fort Benning, and then I was at the Pentagon and there was about 11 guys speaking to troops in transitions. And I was the only one that said this. I heard over and over, “you guys need to love,” In transition, you were doing something over there and then you’re coming back, you were pink slipped and you’re coming back to start your new life over in transition. And the suicide rate, I don’t know if it’s actually 22 or if that’s just the promoted number. But look, the deal is, it’s ’cause you don’t have a mission anymore. There’s no mission. And I heard a lot of the guys over there were suggesting to the vet that was pink slipped to find something he loved to do. And I’m like, “Dude are you kidding?” He didn’t love the last job he had, but he did it.
So I’m like, you don’t need to find something you love. You need to find something that can make you money so that you can take care of your family. You need to find something, even if you don’t love it, that’s gonna pay you. So, if you’re gonna be a truck driver or an engineer or whatever, you need to find somebody in America that will pay money, good money, not average money. ‘Cause I think the vets should be paid more, like there’s minimum wage in the country for some punk 12 year old punk, or 15 year old punk that doesn’t know anything. There ought to be an altitude wage for people that serve, when they come back, you have to pay them more money in order to hire them.
Andrew: See, and I love that, because I spoke on suicide for three years, so I traveled the country. I actually spoke with American Dream U, the same people that you ended up speaking with as well. And it’s, the whole suicide rates, I definitely agree. It’s that mission, it’s that purpose. But as veterans a lot of us are huge on families, man. We didn’t get much family time when we were in, you’re gone all the time. So I love the whole idea of just, you wanna make that money because you wanna spend more time with your family. I got out with a GED and military experience. That was my only resume, was a GED and military experience, so my best job I could get was 12 dollars an hour. That’s why I became a entrepreneur and make a hell of a lot more than that now.
I’m gonna go ahead and jump into these questions and let these guys ask some things. The first question we have is, “If you could go back in time and do one thing differently, what would that be?”
Grant Cardone: Well, if I could go back in time, one thing I would do is I would not do drugs. I did drugs from 15 til 25 years old. Number two, I would definitely do a two year stint in the military to learn the humility, just the humility lesson. Like, everybody should clean toilets. Everybody should drive people around in their truck. Whatever your job is, man. Like, humility is a … people talk about humility a lot. I think a lot of people cop out with humility. They’re like, “oh, I’m humble,” they’ve actually adopted the humble thing and exchanged it for any ideas of success. I want a combination of the two. I wanna be super successful dude, I wanna be humble in my own jet. I wanna be the boss, but I wanna be willing to follow, too. And I think there’s some skills that are taught there. I think the marines are taught, “Everything you need we gave you.” Might be the army too. I’m like, “I need my phone.” Dude, if it aint in that bag you don’t need it.
The reality is, when you get out you do not have everything you need. You need a lot more in this world, in the entrepreneurial world, in the business world. People need a lot more than what colleges, the military give you. I went to college. 17 years I spent in schools, 5 years in college. They did not give me what I needed to go out into the real world and make money and take care of my family.
Andrew: So do you think that anything from college, that you learned from college, is something that has lead into your success at all, or is it, you feel like it’s a waste of time?
Grant Cardone: [crosstalk 00:07:24] I wouldn’t credit college with … I mean, if I’m worth two or three hundred million dollars today, I wouldn’t give college a dollar of credit.
Andrew: I love it, I love hearing that ’cause I hate college. Alright, next question is, “Grant Cardone, where do you feel most entrepreneurs fail when trying to grow their business?”
Grant Cardone: I think they fail because they don’t get money fast enough. I just finished doing a coaching session with a guy, he had this idea for a business. And for 20 minutes he told me about this business and for 20 minutes I said, “Bruh, that is not a business. What you’re describing to me, you will never make it work. You will never make money in it. It’s gonna freaking tap you out. You’ll tap out on credit cards before you ever make money.” And then the last 10 minutes, we figured out a way for him to have a business. So businesses fail, Harvard says businesses fail ’cause they’re under-capitalized. That’s not true. Businesses fail because you don’t make money fast enough. You don’t sell products or services in quantities great enough at margins big enough.
So the big mistake is, people go after these idealist idea … these concepts, these ideas. “Oh my god, I have this great idea for a business.” But you need a business that makes money. So that you can make the idea a reality. So maybe the ideal product, the ideal service comes later. You need to build a business that brings you money today, takes care of your family, takes care of your employees, takes care of the dream. It funds the possibilities so that you can get to the idea later on.
Andrew: I love that, ’cause I actually am extremely passionate, I talk about that all the time. I talk about how you can have a dream and you can wanna create the coolest thing and save the world, but before you save the world you gotta save yourself, you gotta save your family.
Grant Cardone: And sometimes there’s gonna be collateral damage, as you guys know. Like, you know, everybody’s like, “I don’t wanna get, me and my buddy we got a great idea for a business,” I’m like, “Bro, your buddy there is gonna get blown up. And you need to do the blowing up. This is not going to work. Just ’cause you guys served together doesn’t mean you can make a business together.” The mission’s different, man, the mission’s different, right? So in business unlike a military operation … they’re very, very similar but most people don’t treat businesses like a military operation. [crosstalk 00:10:05] There’s probably more deaths in a business venture than there is military venture.
Andrew: I definitely agree with that. So I love hearing that, right, because I teach my tribe, I educate them by using military experiences. I teach them through what they already know. We use acronyms, it’s like our own language. And so I teach them through sit reps and off boarders, and all these words that they understand. Because a lot going out on mission in Iraq is very similar to a mission in business. Same concept, just different things, a little less bullets and physical explosions, but definitely still a lot more danger, and you’re putting your own family at risk instead of yourself.
Grant Cardone: But let me just take that, and again I didn’t serve so I don’t know, but I would expect, if you’re gonna do something in Iraq, Afghanistan, South America, you have a target, there is a mission, somebody’s watching supplies, somebody’s watching, “Hey, do we have food supplies, do we have ammunition, okay? Do we have support, do we have air support?” Like, you know, like, “I know I have this target over here. Did we accomplish the target or not?” Like in business, there’s so many business owners that have no target, no concept of supplies. Like, you gotta have money, man. You gotta have money to pay for somebody to bring in the supplies so that we can feed ourselves. But 64% of all businesses break even or lose money. The reason the US military is so strong dude, is we keep providing funding. They money’s made up though. When you go over there, you don’t have to worry about money. But you do need to worry about supplies. And so in business the supplies are money. You need money to make your business work. Three quarters of all business owners have no employees. Would you ever run a mission by yourself?
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Grant Cardone: Would you ever run a mission by yourself?
Grant Cardone: [inaudible 00:12:04] Nobody. But, 22 million small businesses in American are running missions with no support with no other employees.
Andrew: So, if you’re a solopreneur, that message goes out to you, man. It’s time to grow your business and build that team.
So, here’s another question. What one book written in the past 100 years would you say had the biggest impact on your success?
Grant Cardone: The book Dianetics, man, blew my mind. [crosstalk 00:12:37] ever been hurt, you’ve ever had some kind of mental stuff going on, dude, that’s causing you to have crazy ideas like if you’re going down the road and all of a sudden you think, “Man, I’m just gonna drive into that traffic over there and see what a head on wreck feels like.” You know? If you’ve ever had an addiction problem, compulsive, obsessive, depression, anxieties, then read the book Dianetics by L Ron Hubbard. Book is freakin’ all about the mind, how it works, how to control it, and how to get rid of negative images.
Grant Cardone: I was so impressed with the book, I read it seven times.
Andrew: Seven times. See, here’s my problem. I suck at reading. I have to do audio books. I can’t keep my attention focused on an actual book. Do you actually read books? Or do you do audio books?
Grant Cardone: No, I read the book, but look, if you suck at reading, you need to figure out why you suck at reading.
Grant Cardone: ‘Cause that’s not innate to an individual, right? So, nobody actually taught you how to read.
Andrew: Right. Well, my attention. I get bored. I get bored and-
Grant Cardone: You get bored because you’re hitting words you don’t understand.
Grant Cardone: So, if you’ve ever read down a sheet of paper .. by the way, this is in that book.
Andrew: Mm-hmm (affirmative)
Grant Cardone: If you’ve ever read down a page and at the end of the page, you’re like, “I have no idea what was on that page.” …
Grant Cardone: It’s ’cause you hit a word you don’t understand. And it makes the rest of the page blank ’cause your attention’s stuck on the word you don’t understand. Could be a simple word too like that. T-h-a-t. One of the most overused words in the English language that most people can’t even define it.
Andrew: That’s awesome. So, here’s another question. It’s how do you maintain wealth without getting comfortable?
Grant Cardone: Oh well, I get rid of my money. That’s how I do it. I just stay broke all the time. I never have any money.
Andrew: You’re always investing, right?
Grant Cardone: Yeah, exactly. What I do is I run my business and I reinvest in the business and I keep reinvesting in the business until the business pukes. The business pukes on me and there’s overflowing money everywhere. I’m like, “Okay, I can’t buy anymore ads, I can’t spend anymore money on marketing, I can’t use anymore office space, I can’t hire anymore people, so what am I gonna do with all this leftover money?” I don’t save that money the way most of us were brought up by our parents. Save money, save money, buy a house, have equity in the house. I don’t do that.
What I do is take the money and I get rid of it. I basically invest in other venture. So, I throw all my money back into real estate, if you follow what I do. All my money goes into income-producing real estate. Not homes, by the way. Apartment complexes, not next to military bases, by the way. ‘Cause if you guys get shipped out, I’m gonna have 50% vacancy.
Grant Cardone: So, I invest only in cashflow-producing properties over long periods of time. It protects me against inflation, I’m broke, and then checks start coming in every month after that. And then, I go do that again.
Andrew: So, do you ever get worried about another pop in the real estate world? Another big bang to happen again?
Grant Cardone: Every night I go to sleep and I say, “Man, please bring it on. When we gonna have the next economic contraction? Please, bring it on.” The sooner, the better for me.
Andrew: Why is that?
Grant Cardone: Because people are not prepared for it. I am.
Grant Cardone: So, tide goes out, we find out who’s wearing clothes, man. And there’s a lot of pretenders out there. There’s a lot of people just kinda gambling. So, I don’t mind. I like it when it’s real. Right now, it’s not real right now. What’s going on right now is … you got people on Instagram making up 200 grand a year. There’s not even a product. Like, it’s stupid stuff going on. Like, we have more debt today than we’ve had in the history of the United States of America. We got 6 trillion dollars more debt than we had in 2009. It is crazy. So, there’s gonna be another pain day. It’s not gonna affect my real estate ’cause my real estate would get better, not worse. Because it’s rental property. People have to live somewhere. So, when things collapse … all everybody out there that’s looking at a business, man … you wanna be in a business that’s protected against contraction. It would do better, not worse.
Andrew: So, how many doors do you have right now?
Grant Cardone: 4500.
Grant Cardone: Yeah.
Andrew: That’s a good number. And you’re not [inaudible 00:17:44], right?
Grant Cardone: 45000’s the target.
Andrew: Alright. Awesome. So, let me see what else comes up here for the other questions. We’ve got …
Grant Cardone: [inaudible 00:17:57]
Andrew: … someone wants the name of that book again and then the author. The book that you mentioned.
Grant Cardone: Say that again.
Andrew: Someone wanted the name of the book that you mentioned and the author.
Grant Cardone: Dianetics. D-i-a-n-e-t-i-c.
Andrew: Dianetics. Oh, someone else put the link up there. Alright, people keep talking about Cardone University and how you help veterans out with that. Can you tell the tribe more about Cardone University and what you do for vets?
Grant Cardone: cardoneuniversity/vets, cardoneuniversity/vets. It’s free for vets. Free for active. You’re in the military, I’ll give you the program. So, this is a program that I have sold to companies and corporations for seven or eight years. I’ve made a lot of money selling this program. Like, we’ll sell this program, we’ll create a modification to this program for, let’s say, Ashley Furniture or Toyota and it teaches their company how to better serve the customer, how to take phone calls, make phone calls, sell their product, how to make more money. It focuses on the top line of a business. So, we create a modified version of that. It’s not the complete university, but it’s a great start for vets to teach them how to go into the marketplace, represent themselves, negotiate a deal, close people, talk to people, communicate to people, how to build a business and it is our core product.
It’s our number one product. But, we have 40 million views. Tests somebody out. Gives them entrepreneurial data, tests the individual out on it, no reading required.
Andrew: Is that for me?
Grant Cardone: It’s all delivered in video, all in very short segments, some of the segments are two minutes, some of them are a minute, ’cause I know you got an attention span issue.
Andrew: Right. I definitely do. So actually, I’ve used Cardone University in my last business, in my publicity business. And so, I took advantage of the veteran program.
Grant Cardone: I’m watching you in two places now.
Andrew: So, here’s a question. Do you feel people get caught up in the consumption of information and lack the execution? And what do you recommend to these people besides just go do it?
Grant Cardone: Yeah, so the just go do it is not the issue.
Grant Cardone: A lot of people say, “Hey man, just go do it.” The problem is people are consuming too much conflicting content.
Grant Cardone: Right? So, imagine if my commander said, “Go left.” and there was another commander that said, “Go right.” What does the guy do?
Andrew: Stands there confused.
Grant Cardone: He does nothing.
Grant Cardone: This is what’s happening today. People are not lazy and people … it’s impossible to do nothing. But, it is possible to go into conflict. And the moment I go into conflict, I don’t move.
Grant Cardone: It doesn’t mean I’m doing nothing. It means I’m trying to … I wanna go left, I wanna go right. I wanna please him, I wanna please him. Which one’s right? I don’t know what to do. So, if you listen to me and Dave Ramsey, you won’t do anything financially. Pick one of us. You gotta decide whether you wanna do Dave’s deal or my deal.
Grant Cardone: ‘Cause your deal ain’t working. See, Dave’s got a TV show. Okay, I create my own studio. Dave says don’t use debt. I say use as much as you can. So, Dave says save money. I’m like, money’s useless, dude. Don’t save money, use money.
Grant Cardone: Both of us agree a house is a liability, not an asset. But, you could get enough conflicting data from us that you wouldn’t know what to do, right? So, what I would tell people is find one mentor. You’re gonna have two, make sure they’re not in conflict. You shouldn’t have more than two. And you need to make sure the two don’t … they’re not in conflict. If you’re gonna have me, don’t have a therapist ’cause the therapist is gonna tell you, “Hey, that dude is wack. That dude is compulsive, obsessive, ADD, ADHD, bi-polar. He’s everything that’s wrong with you.” So, you’re gonna be like, “Oh, there’s something wrong with me.” There’s nothing wrong with you, man. There’s something wrong with the therapist.
Andrew: Man. I love that because I’m a big believer in that, right? And right now in the veteran world, the VA is our drug dealer. They just pump us full of drugs and the VA system is being used as a fucking welfare. It’s a welfare system. People are taking advantage of it when they shouldn’t be and I talk about this to the tribe all the time.
Grant Cardone: [inaudible 00:22:45] for Big Pharma too.
Grant Cardone: Like, it’s a shame, man. Look, I’ve been to therapists. I’ve been to a bunch of them. Okay? It’s all bullshit.
Andrew: Mm-hmm (affirmative)
Grant Cardone: They charge 200 bucks an hour for 50 minutes. I mean, you gotta know it’s a scam when it starts like that. If the mission was an hour, in your world, it would be one hour. In a therapist world, it’s 50 minutes. So, the whole thing starts out as a lie. I’ve had therapists wanna put me on meds within 20 minutes of meeting. Leave there, left there, went and saw another therapist. I was just trying to find out bout the meds thing, right? The next one says, “Oh yeah, you’ve got this problem.” I’m like, “How do you guys know what problem I got, by the way?” “Well, you have attention deficit disorder.” “Why do you think I have attention deficit disorder?” Right? “Because man, look, you’re never satisfied, you lost your dad when you were 10, clearly you have a post traumatic stress syndrome.” I’m like, “Dude, I didn’t serve.” “Yeah, but you lost your dad and that’s a form of. And your older brother touched you when you were 12, so that’s a problem.” I’m like, “A lot of worse things have happened than a big brother touching the little brother. And losing your dad. Everybody …
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Grant Cardone: [inaudible 00:24:00] and losing your dad. Everybody loses their parent. If you’re lucky, you’ll lose your parents, otherwise, you died before they did.
I’m like, I don’t need meds, man. I need somebody to acknowledge that I got a lot going on, and that I want to do a lot of different things, and that I can fight more than one mission at a time, and I got a tremendous amount of energy, and that I’m a spiritual being that’s capable of doing enormous things other than just fricking lucking a wrench around.
The fact that she wants to put me in one lane, you know? There’s guys out there like, “Stay in your lane. Stay in your lane.” No, no, dude. I want to … I got six lanes. I want to use them all.
Andrew: You’re on the super fucking highway.
Grant Cardone: Exactly.
Andrew: Not a back country road.
Grant Cardone: Exactly. I’m willing to use the back country road if I need to.
Grant Cardone: Right? But I think all this stuff is just bullshit, frankly. Do I think people have depression? Yes. I suffer from depression from the age of 12 years old to 45 years old. The therapist did not help it. What helped it was a mission.
Give me a mission, dude. Give me an enemy. Give me a barrier. Give me a possible win. Give me a threat. Put a threat in my environment, I’m happy. I’m a happy son of a bitch, okay? Give me a threat. I need a threat. I need an enemy. I need barriers. Give me a team around me that says, “We can do this.” I don’t have depression in that moment.
Andrew: See, that’s what I love. I’ve watched your content for a while now. I grew up in a really rough life. My mom was a prostitute. She’s in prison for murder. I didn’t have my dad around. I went through a lot of crazy shit since I was a kid.
That’s actually what makes me to the level of success that I’m at. Now, am I as successful as you? Not yet. I will be. Right? I’m turning 30 next month, so I got time. I’m going to keep hustling and grinding. I’m going to reach that level soon. I know I am because I live off of fight. I love the fight. I love to fight life. I love to fight to create something that’s never been created before. I see a lot of that in your content as well.
Grant Cardone: Yeah, yeah. Dude, I love the game. I love the game. There is no game without a loss.
Grant Cardone: There’s got to be a threat of a loss, right? Whether it’s Monopoly or Scrabble or poker, there has to be a loss. You know, I was playing a guy gin rummy the other night, and he’s like, “All right, let’s play.” I’m like, “Dude, I’m not playing if it’s for nothing.” There’s got to be a loss. It’s not about the money. It could be about a hamburger. It could be about who buys the gas. It doesn’t matter what it is, but there has to be a threat in the environment.
This is why I left California. I left California because there’s no threat in the environment. The weather is so stable that it gives you the illusion that everything’s fine forever.
This is the problem with America, by the way. It goes back to your question about comfort and financial freedom. America is under the illusion that everything’s fine. It’s not fine. This is the home of the … What is it? Home of the free and the land of the brave. There ain’t nobody free in this country. Bravery, you can’t find it.
It’s all bullshit, man. It’s like the middle class, you know? The middle class is better than what? Better than Afghanistan? 76% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. That does not sound like freedom to me.
Andrew: Listen to that number, 76%. Man, it puts your whole life in a different perspective, right? I definitely have, my family and I, we live out of an RV. We travel the country. I got three kids. They all home schooled. I love it, man. This is the lifestyle I think everybody deserves.
I’m going to ask one more question, Grant, and then I’ll let you get on with continuing to build your empire, but here’s a question someone had asked. What would you say is the best way to get into real estate with little to no experience?
Grant Cardone: You need to, with little or no experience, or little or no money?
Andrew: I guess that’s the difference, huh?
Grant Cardone: I got into it with no experience, zero experience. I don’t have a license. I still don’t have a license today. I bought a billion dollars worth of real estate one property at a time.
First thing I would tell you to do is tune into my show on Monday. Every Monday I do a show on real estate. You want to grab it. You can get it at iTunes, just say the Cardone Zone on iTunes. It’s free. It’ll show you how to start buying deals.
You’re not going to buy deals with no money down. If you buy a deal with no money down, it’s garbage. Anybody that tells you there’s no money down deals does not own the kind of real estate I own.
Andrew: You like the residual income, the ones that you rent out and people can continue to pay on, not just flipping houses.
Grant Cardone: If you’re just getting into the real estate game, the only way to play that game in the beginning, with no money, is to flip deal. But flipping deals is not real estate. That’s sale, right? A residential real estate broker is not investing in real estate. He’s selling real estate. It’s not a sales gig. Which is fine, right?
But if you’re flipping homes, it’s really about speculation. You’re speculating. “I’m going to buy this house. I’m going to buy this house right here. I’m going to fix it up, turn it around a little bit. Put a sticker on it. Boom. I’m going to sell it.” But you’re speculating that somebody else is going to pay you more money for that thing later.
That’s not the kind of real estate, I buy real estate that produces income next month. Then we sit and wait for inflation to push that thing up while we’re getting paid to wait. The way I started it was I just shopped a lot of property. I didn’t go get a class. I didn’t spend money. I walked the property, looked at them, studied reports, studied income statements. That’s what I would tell you.
Andrew: Awesome. Again guys, that’s Cardone Zone. Grant, I want to appreciate … I want to thank you for coming onto the show, for coming into the tribe and answering all these questions. I know you got a lot going on. You’re extremely busy. Everybody in the tribe, shout out to Ron Suzuki who reached out to Grant’s wife and the team, and we made all this happen. Again, man, I appreciate you.
All of us, I want you to hear from the veterans. We all appreciate the fact that you are constantly supporting veterans. I don’t see anyone with your level of following, with your level of success doing that at all. I want you to know that we all see it, and we all appreciate it so much more than you probably hear or know.
Grant Cardone: You know, the way you guys could show appreciation for that is show me how to help you more.
Grant Cardone: That’s what I want to do. I want to be able to help more. I don’t feel like I doing enough. When you tell me that, all I’m reminded of is I’ve only done like three or four things for you guys. We’ve offered Condone University. I’ve been to Fort Bragg, Fort Benning, the Pentagon. I want to know how I can help you more.
Andrew: Awesome, man. I know that you’re starting to travel too and go to different cities. I’d like to reach out and maybe give you some ideas from my own perspective and from some tribe members. I’ll reach out to [Katie 00:31:41] and get that over to her.
Grant Cardone: I appreciate you, bro, appreciate everybody watching. All right?
Andrew: All right. Thanks, man.
Grant Cardone: Thanks. Awesome people, man.