Best Advice for 20 Year Old

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Grant Cardone offers advice to his 20-year-old self. A fan wrote in asking Grant Cardone for the advice he would give his 20-year-old self and Cardone shares details of his mistakes and what he would do differently.

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  • Damon Lee Keizer says:

    The 20 somethings who aren’t screwed up have a head start! The fact we are watching this video is proof we are on the right path 🙏🏻

  • Zachary Laid says:

    “Don’t ever take advice” that was great advice

  • David Vargas says:

    I’m 19 and I feel that same way I am motivated for success but don’t really have a dream or passion. Going to college for business atm, and always been interested in real estate thanks for the advice my man

    • Trade Trade says:

      One thing I want to tell you is if you don’t decide to do real estate, after 15 years you will never know what you could have been if you took the chance and worked and studied it, I might be 15 but I really want you to know getting rich is hard but you know what is harder being poor. All I ask from you is to study it for 6 months 7 pages of notes every week and let’s see if it is not for you if it is then guess what you now know what you need to know to start. GO DO IT!

    • Trade Trade says:

      Hope you read this.

    • itsfridaydaniel says:

      @Trade Trade i read this and will screenshot this and put it inside my golden advice cabinet, bro thank you for writing this

    • Jou t7 says:

      Yes the school system is really good at destroying the dreams or passions you had, when you just get sol boored in school system, when you just need to study.

    • Shema Hoque says:

      @Trade Trade um how can i get more info or learn about real state can u recommend me something?

  • Fedele says:

    Just turned 23, so completely lost, but I know I am capable of turning it around, thanks for the motive Grant.

  • Dannie Young says:

    Remember : The pain of discipline is better than the pain of regret.

  • Thomas Dathe says:

    This hits close to home for me. I am currently 21 and struggling a lot right now. Lost sight of what I want to do in life, ruined relationships, really lonely. Thank you

  • Trinity Johnson says:

    I’m a college student I’m 19 and I’m turning 20 this year and this is the first time I feel like I’m actually getting scared of the future. I’m scared of becoming and adult, I’m scared of failure, I’m scared of taking risk I’m terrified of paying bills because I don’t wanna mess up but after watching this video I realized I’m trying to seek perfection instead of growth. My grades don’t define me, my failures don’t define me but me just trying is good enough. I don’t know what I want to do in life quite yet but I know that God will show me the way and I need to have grace with myself and dream big!!thank you sm for this video it really helped me work through my anxieties of being a young adult in this scary big world.

    • G says:

      I can relate to that. Failing is my biggest fear, and I’m so afraid of failing that I don’t even try sometimes.

    • Maria Rodrigues says:

      I feel the same it’s difficult

    • Iggyauna says:

      I’m in the same spot. I’m absolutely terrified of the future, I have a direction in education. I want to pursue a career in social work so it’s not like I don’t know what I wanna do. But I am terrified of it not working out. Every semester that I spend digs me into a deeper financial hole for a career that might not pay so well…

    • Abcdefg says:

      Well, I am 17, and I’m terrified of becoming an adult in 2 months. I am not ready yet!

  • Clover Gigs says:

    I’m also 25, broke and can’t seem to figure out why I’m on this earth. You’ve really set me on a path Grant. Will come back to this video in 10 years with a testimony 💰

  • Bianca Ian Rae Peralta says:

    Can’t stop crying throughout the video. I’m 23 my mom died 3 yrs ago, my dad doing shits on his own,my brother doing nothing, I’m providing for my 3 little sisters, my grandma is waiting and keep praying for my success before she die. The goosebumps the beliefs the knowledge the advice was the words that I needed right now. After this video I’ll talk to my inner self that I’m in the position of suffering right now but I’ll make sure that I WILL BE RICH SOMEDAY AND I’LL HELP OTHER PEOPLE TO HAVE A BETTER,COMFORTABLE OR SHOULD I SAY TO BE RICH LIKE EVERY SINGLE PEOPLE DREAMED OF.Thank you and GOD BLESSED you so much ❤❤

  • Rawzombie26 says:

    26 year old here,

    Heres the thing I wish I knew at 20
    -Its okay to feel lost, sometimes being alone helps us find ourselves.
    -The next step isn’t always up.
    -Make mistakes, sometimes just attempting something is the fun part.
    -Friends come and go but family is forever, whether that be your tight group of close close friends or blood relatives
    -Being content with what you have is the key to happiness
    – Be joyful, happy, silly or anything in between because once you let go you’ll realize life drives itself

    • SFG says:

      Im 20 right now and I appreciate your advice. All is relevant to me and I hope to play my cards right

    • VikingAxe says:

      -Other people in their 20s also feel lost, but they are just better at hiding this fact

    • Adam Obeid says:

      I like the last one the best because I feel like I need to do that. I’m currently 16 and feel like I have to change my personality around certain people to make them like me because I think they wont like the real me. For any person my age, younger, older, and everyone in between don’t do what I do.

    • calaloalucinado alucinado says:

      Im 26 as well, live in Brasil and got say, being content with what you have is the base,the key, the most important think cause leads you to calm

    • Mari says:

      this made me shed a tear, thank you.

  • Chawkisrb says:

    I’m 20 and i can see the hustle in here, we gonna make it guys !

  • Matthew Geary says:

    19 years old here. My advice to fellow 19 year olds: please for the love of God start working out. Getting hit with reality after high school can be difficult, but since I started working out at 15, almost every aspect of my life has improved. Now that I’m in college I’m probably in the worst mental state I’ve ever been in, but my daily trip to the gym gives me a constant reminder that I’m strong, capable, and hard working enough to push through every day and get done what needs to get done.

  • Ghost says:

    When I was 17 I was struggling. I wasn’t from a poor family but not a rich one either, sometimes didn’t have enough money to eat well. I was reading Grant’s books and some other authors and books about self-improvement etc., some time later I found myself in programming and design, and I did study a lot for that, all courses were free I found online, and on youtube, and I always considered myself not capable of doing anything IT. Now I’m almost 21, recently hit a $10k milestone in 30 days turnaround. Not a lot probably but for a 17 year old guy who can’t afford to buy some chicken, it’s a dream. I’m always lowkey online, but just wanted to share this here in hope that the right person who also struggles will read it, and will understand that he/she can do it too. A little bit of hope, decent amount of planning, and a huge amount of hard work and dedication. I’m aiming for much more, but there isn’t so much fun about the actual money, as about the path you walk on, the steps you make to get there. It’s going to happen for me, and so will happen for you. stay dedicated to your dreams and don’t give up ❤

    • El Felon says:

      Hey you got any advice in getting a programming job? What are you working as? Software developer? Frontend? Data science? Tech support?

    • nah says:

      That does feel good to read I’m 17 now and I’m struggling like that too I hope I get to that point one day life doesn’t seem like it really wants me to get there at times but things like this gives me hope. Means a lot

    • BE RUTHLESS says:

      I want to learn IT but I feel like im terrible at maths, i feel like it will handicap me..

    • Muneebbbb says:

      Thanks for giving advice now my situation is same as you . Can you dedicate a batter programing for me.

    • Gandalf says:

      @BE RUTHLESS learn maths then. It’s just a skill.

  • C liivin says:

    I’m really inspired now after watching this video. I’m 19 and I just feel totally lost. I always told myself in high school that I would do real estate. I haven’t started bc I’ve just been doing drugs and partying on the daily. I lost my ways … this video gave me hope to get my life together.

  • Gil’s Garage says:

    The best advice I’ve heard from a video:

    Pretend to be who you wish to become until you slowly morph into that character.

    Act like them, talk like them, eat like them, wake up like them, BE that person until there is no distinction between the two.

  • Quintarious Humphrey says:

    Man I’m 20, homeless and hungry I’ve never had the push to be something and I was close to just giving up and becoming a statistic I’m gonna trust this guy and learn everything I can now and I’ll come back to the video and let you guys know my progress pray for me 🙏🏾

  • Jarvis 1 says:

    I’m 22, nearly 23, and I have achieved my dream of being a store manager. The advice I give you guys who are early 20 or nearly 20 is this: pretend to be who you want to be until you become that person. Trust me, don’t let a social life distract you from your ambitions. You may not have good memories to look back on later in life, but you will be financially secure and living a peaceful life. 👍👍

    • ალექსანდრე says:

      Nice advice. How long it took to achieve that? Also you’re way ahead of most by default, even if you hadn’t achieved your goal, because of having clear goal… don’t even know what I want career wise lol. How did you “discover” being store manager was your goal?

    • Jonathan Bryant says:

      ​@ალექსანდრეI have no idea what I want to do career wise either but that just means we have to try a bunch of different things and see what we like and what we are good at. Pursuing where that overlaps. I’ve heard that everybody should try working in sales as there is a lot of money in that if ur good at it and tbf even learning the job would be beneficial for dealing with people in life. Best of luck. I’m sure we’ll do just fine.

  • Ixvxan says:

    I am 19 and was attending a community college during fall term. During that time it was very difficult for me to focus on school because I had work and my grandma had cancer and was staying with us. I felt so lost during college because I had no clear idea of what I wanted to do. Attending just made me feel like I was digging a deeper hole for myself because I didn’t see a good outcome for the future. My grandma passed away on November and I was at my lowest. I spent all the money I saved up and left my job. I decided to attend the winter term but only went for 2 weeks and stopped going. I am currently working on getting my real estate license and I am very motivated to become successful and help those in need. I’m very excited to see where this path takes me. I’m even more excited now because of this video, thank you.

  • Jxmamba says:

    20 now going through probably my hardest battles mentally right now, hope my future self is reading this, I know we got everything we’ve been dreaming of, keep going keep pursuing Gods purpose for you🤙🏽🙏🏽

  • LOL says:

    The 20 somethings who aren’t screwed up have a head start! The fact we are watching this video is proof we are on the right path🙏🏻

    • corgeey says:

      Loving this comment rn, thank you <3

    • MPR Frmda0 says:

      19 and trying to fight smokin to much, know my purpose, and know how to attain it just have the roadblock of spending to much on weed. (Side note need to need to sell my car spend way to much on that got a 2005 bmw 330xi that I love to much)

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