How I Went From $100 to $10,000 in Cash in Just Ten Days Through Sheer Hustle with No Phone Contacts and Just a Battered Car

THIS entrepreneur was able to turn $100 into $10,000 in ten days with pure contactless hustle and a dented car.

The lifestyle Grant Cardone, 64, lives is very different from the one he had growing up and he likes to flaunt his million-dollar penthouses and private jets on social media.


Grant Cardone, 64, is a successful billionaire who turned $100-10,000 in ten days while on Undercover BillionaireCredit: Getty

He starred in the second season of Undercover Billionaire, a television show challenging successful business owners to build a million dollar business in 90 days or less.

During the show, you only get three things to start: a dented car, a contactless phone, and $100 cash.

Cardone was placed in Pueblo, Colorado, away from his high-rise penthouse in Miami.

Somehow he managed to turn $100 into $10,000 and the first step he took was to try to make contact as soon as possible.

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In a bold move, Cardone, who changed his name to Lewis Curtis during the challenge, asked the owner of a motorhome rental business to sleep in one of his trailers.

The next day, he asked about potential business opportunities in the area and got contact details for a business owner named Matt, who ended up becoming Cardone’s main business partner during the challenge.

After making contact, Cardone then shows up at Matt’s gym, asking “How can I help?”

People might initially be skeptical of you, especially if they don’t know you – as was the case between Cardone and Matt, but Cardone pushed on and believed he could bring value to Matt.

Cardone presents a master trick: work for free when you start.

According to Cardone, it shows your partner that you prioritize the business over yourself.

And, once you show you can keep a promise, it becomes easier to ask for a bigger salary than you would have asked at the start.

However, proving yourself means more than just words.

Cardone was able to secure a $5,000 marketing budget from Matt, who also owns a mattress store, however, Cardone struggled when no customers showed up.

To remedy the situation, Cardone came out onto the main road with a sign and put on his pajamas which caught the attention of several motorists.

This resulted in sales of $12,000 that day.

Matt and Cardone were able to strike a formal business deal, giving Cardone a 15% commission on all sales he made.

Cardone walked out of that meeting with a check for $10,000 after the couple agreed to a cash advance.

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In just 12 days in Pueblo and 10 days on the job, Cardone had earned his goal of $10,000.

“Never lower your aim,” Cardone said. “Increase your actions.

Cardone had no contacts, a battered car and $100 in his name when he was dropped off in a random town


Cardone had no contacts, a battered car and $100 in his name when he was dropped off in a random townCredit: Getty