The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Nine-Figure Mindset: How to Go from Zero to Over $100 Million in Net Worth by Brandon Dawson

Nine-Figure Mindset: How to Go from Zero to Over $100 Million in Net Worth by Brandon Dawson

Behind the life you want to live lies the power you already have to create it.

In Nine-Figure Mindset, Brandon Dawson unveils how to tap into the remarkable potential hidden inside each and every one of us. Drawing from his own awe-inspiring journey, Brandon shows that success and leadership are attainable to anyone willing to cultivate the right shift in thinking.

Combining personal experiences with actionable strategies, Nine-Figure Mindset serves as a guidebook to next level achievements you’ve never imagined were possible. Brandon Dawson, a very accomplished business icon, shares his wealth of wisdom, earned from his humble beginnings to achieving a record-breaking exit, having sold his last business for $151 million.

Are you an entrepreneur with a gleam in your eye but the feeling that you’re running in mud? Do you sense that with the right team in place, you could achieve so much more? Perhaps you’re already successful with an undeniable hunger for more? The question is not whether you are striving hard enough but whether you’re striving for enough and in the right direction.

Dawson’s secrets to starting, scaling, and above all leading a positive, independent business will help you cultivate exactly what’s needed to attract exceptional individuals and seize extraordinary opportunities. Discover how tiny shifts in perspective can change everything.

Chances are, you already have everything you need to succeed—you just need someone who’s been there to show you the way. Nine-Figure Mindset is your opportunity to grab a front row seat for your business and gain the capabilities to where you want to go. Your dreams are not only possible, they should be your priority—and, by the way, they might not be big enough.

Show Notes
About The Guest(s):

Brandon Dawson is a scaling and turnaround expert, business leadership mentor, and serial entrepreneur. He founded his first business at the age of 26 and went on to build a company with annual revenue of over $35 million. He has achieved numerous awards in business and his companies have been recognized on the Inc. 500 and Inc. 5000 fastest-growing companies lists multiple times. Brandon is currently a partner at Cardone Ventures and works closely with Grant Cardone to help entrepreneurs achieve their personal, professional, and financial goals.


Brandon Dawson, a scaling and turnaround expert, shares his journey from starting his first business at 26 to building a company with annual revenue of over $35 million. He emphasizes the importance of setting ambitious goals and reverse engineering them to create a roadmap for success. Brandon also highlights the significance of mindset shifts and owning your weak spots as an entrepreneur. He discusses his collaboration with Grant Cardone and their plans to build a $10 billion portfolio through Cardone Ventures and Cardone Equity Group.

Key Takeaways:

Setting ambitious goals and reverse engineering them is crucial for achieving financial success.
Developing remarkable sales skills is essential for entrepreneurs to effectively communicate and persuade others.
Understanding the financial algorithm of a business and how money fuels its growth is vital for long-term success.
Identifying weak spots and seeking mentors who have achieved similar goals can help entrepreneurs overcome challenges and achieve success.
Successful business partnerships require commitment, complementary skills, and a shared vision for growth.

“If you could build a business where your net worth is $25 million, you wouldn’t have to work anymore. But if you got to $50 million, you’d have a pretty good life.” – Brandon Dawson
“Your strategy follows your mindset. What you think is what you say, what you say is what you do, and what you do is what you’re known for.” – Brandon Dawson
“Most equity structures are structured incorrectly because most lawyers don’t know how to build businesses and they don’t know exactly how to protect their clients.” – Brandon Dawson