Mark Harbert
All right, well welcome everybody. I am so excited today to have on somebody who I just think is one of the most amazing people in the space that we have internet marketing, network marketing, and somebody I've known for several years now. And someone I just have the deepest, deepest respect for. And someone who I've, I've really looked up to in many years, you know, a long time ago, probably well over 10-12 years ago, is when I first heard of this guy, and I just knew about him for many years got to meet him several years ago, face to face finally, and it was kinda like meeting a celebrity for me because I had never met him before. But Cedric Harris, it is an absolute pleasure to have you on man.

Cedrick Harris
Mark is a pleasure to be here, my brother always good to share resume with you share a podcast share the stage, you know, I feel the same way about you, you've been someone that I've watched come through the ranks of this internet marketing world, especially when it comes down to video content, and really constantly putting out value man. So it's a pleasure to be able to connect with you here again. And yeah, man, I'm ready to have some fun, man.

Mark Harbert
All right, let's do it. So I guess the first thing is, and it's it's always appropriate. I mean, just so people who may not know who you are, what's what's kind of your story? I know, you've done a ton of network marketing. I mean, you have gone straight to the top of multiple companies in network marketing. I think, you know, there's no question about it, you know, you you know what it takes to build and work with people. So what's what's your story? How did it kind of come about for you?

Cedrick Harris
My story is very interesting. I actually. And Mark, I got to shoot his video. I think you're gonna love it. But his documentary on this, it was just kind of crazy. Oh, really? Yes. That's awesome. So for the people that don't know me, I'm originally from Richmond, Virginia. My story is kind of interesting in a way that, you know, when I was 18 years old, I was facing 10 years in the penitentiary with possession of cocaine possession of cocaine, when it tends to distribute possession of a firearm while in possession of cocaine. And I was lucky enough to end up spending some time in jail. But I ended up in a boot camp program. And 42 of us wouldn't have boot camp program, and only 12 of us came home and the other 30 went to the penitentiary. So I walked out with these three felonies, you know, spending time behind bars. And nobody wanted to really give me a job. And finally, a couple of people realized that I knew how to sell. So you not I played with Excel communications for a little while. That was my first network marketing company. Then I started dabbling, selling cars selling food service. And then I ended up in the mortgage industry at the right time, you know, so I joined the mortgage industry in 2001. Ran it up from 2001, up until 2006. Back when you bought a house at nine o'clock, and you sold it at 915. Yeah, I started off as a loan officer ended up being a branch manager. And then ultimately, they moved me to Florida to be president and marketing for the company. And I made about five and a half million dollars in that timeframe. And when I left, I was psychologically unemployable. And all the mortgage industry going south. This was the first housing bust in our lifetime anyway, but I can remember, you know, and when I saw it going down, I kind of I kind of liken it to the scene from the Titanic. And I always tell people, you know, there's this scene in the Titanic where the boat is halfway underwater. And people say they look at the band and say, play another song. And do the boat is halfway under

Cedrick Harris
I left in 2006. Oh, you saw. I saw right before we had 28 offices, and we went down to 11. We had 1100 loan officers and we went down to 65. And we had two call centers that had 600 People apiece, they shipped a night shift that ended up going down to 50 people apiece, day shift and night shift. So was all these things that were just collapsing. And I'm like, the boat is halfway underwater. This is not fun anymore. Yeah, I'm done. I walked into my old boss office who was still my mentor to this day. And I said, Bill, I love you. But I told you something years ago that I need to repeat and he said, What's that? I said, I don't work. And he was like, What? What do you mean? I said the work is something that you do when you would rather be doing something else. Yeah. I don't work. It's been fun. Now, let's not crunch anymore. It's depressing. Yeah, I gotta go. He was like, What are you going to do? And I'm like, I don't know. And I kind of went fishing mark for six months. I literally went fishing and traded stocks. That's all I did. And I realized that I wasn't a stock guy because I would buy stock at nine o'clock and sell it at 930. I'm like, I'm not a stock guy. You know, and after I got bored, I said the only thing I can do is do something that I can control my future. So I got back into network marketing. And the first company I got back in was like your alliance and what's the top of the comp plan there and then From last year we branched over to carbon copy pro made some noise and Carbon Copy. Then Brian and Norbert and Todd link up together with my Lead System Pro and ran over to my Lead System Pro and became the number one earner in my Lead System Pro. And I was added to that. Yeah, I was the only person in the history of my Lead System Pro that ever overrode the whole entire My Lead System Pro. Nobody ever did that to me. And it was it was so funny. Awesome that I remember David would I love David would I remember David called me one day was like, I'm number one. I beat you. I beat you. And I'm like, Well, I mean, you're number one on a leaderboard, but what matters is what happens on Friday. And I'm happy for you, bro. I'm happy because I get a piece of that too. You didn't you didn't sign me up override the whole system, brother. Yeah, yeah. Keep it up. David. I love you, bro. Yeah, you know from Zara, we went through a couple some transitions with different opportunities. And, you know, I've been blessed to be able to be a multiple seven figure earner and, and quite a few different companies. You know, I'm still in the industry. Obviously, I do a lot more coaching these days. I have some very, very large downlines and different places. I'm not in everybody's faces. I used to be because I'm very strategic in and bringing in leaders. But you know, I enjoy the training aspect. I enjoyed the stage aspect. I enjoyed the personal development aspect. And it's been something that is that has changed my life. So I'll always be in in some way, shape or form.

Mark Harbert
Yeah, yeah. And you know, I, that's where I first learned about you was My Lead System Pro, you know, I got started back in, you know when it first got going. And that's where I'd heard about you. And that's where I, you know, got to know about you. And so yeah, and I remember purchasing, you had a product come out, it was something about attraction marketing, I forget the name,

Cedrick Harris
The 10k per month attraction formula.

Mark Harbert
That's it. That's it. I own that. I bought that man. Yeah, yeah. And I just remember. So no, it was awesome, man. And it's been, it's been so great to just kind of see you over the years and how you've evolved. You know, and you mentioned about personal development. And this is kind of a funny question I want to ask you, but you are unequivocally one of the, the best communicators I've ever seen. And I say unequivocally so for those of you knowing I've never heard anybody else use that word, except Cedric. So it's kind of branded to me, because I here's what I remember. I remember back in the early 2000s 10s, you know, 2009 ish, 2010. And I came across a video of yours. And you were talking about an opportunity. Golden silver, and I just saw this video. And I remember watching you on this video, and I was so locked in because it was like, This guy is one of the best communicators I've ever seen. And so my question is, how did you develop that communication style? The I call it the Cedric style, because you're just you're very good at communicating? Is that something you developed through personal development or as

Cedrick Harris
some great mentors, now I've got a backup because always got to give credit where credit's due. And we're unequivocally didn't come from me, it came from one of my first coaches, Jeff, nice. And I always like to look at that that word. And I'm like, when you say that we're like, What are you talking about? sound more important. Oh, but from a communication standpoint. I've had some great mentors. You know, I learned and understood personality type from a gentleman way back in the day named Greg angermann. And I learned a lot from him. I spent a lot of time with Marshall silver, on some personal training, you know, on a lot of different things. I spent a lot of time with Joe Bauer. I don't I don't know of anybody from the stage, from communication from closing. That's better than Joe Bauer. Yeah, and I've seen a lot of people. I've literally seen a lot of people. So I learned a lot from Joe. And I've just I've studied a lot of the best of the best people. You know, I spent a lot of time with them a lot of personal coaching with Jerry Clark. You know, Jerry Clark, Terry Clark, just phenomenal. Yep. He was one of my Ron Golden's original mentors and Myron is absolutely crushing it right now like Myron

Mark Harbert
is saw him two years ago and was totally pulled in by that.

Cedrick Harris
Myron Myron this mountain is on a whole different level right now. Absolutely. Crushing the world right now. So So yeah, it's it's been some great mentors over that time and, and really going through their audios going through personal coaching, not being not being afraid of investing in myself and not wanting to be the best version of myself and doing a significant amount of reading. So it's not something that came naturally. It's something that came from doing a lot of studying.

Mark Harbert
Yeah. And I think that is such a key thing, especially when we're talking about entrepreneurship. I mean, I've heard it said before, I've probably heard you say it to your income, never your pocketbook never exceeds, you know, where where you're at mentally, you know, personal development wise, I mean, you've got to, you got to work on yourself. And I think that is a huge part of where I found my success. And when I find that I'm maybe struggling on something, it's because I'm not developed enough in that area. Like, I gotta you know what I mean, I really got to work on some mindset stuff. But that's just awesome. And I think that that is very important for anybody that's listening, that you've got to expose yourself to good philosophy and good thinking, because I can say, go do this. And if you don't have the right idea or mentality behind it, it's not going to work. And I'm sure you've worked with 1000s of people over the years, you've seen the same thing,

Cedrick Harris
every birth right back, always, everything will revert back to your lowest level of things. That's one thing I want everybody to get from this video or podcast, with everything, with everything that you've learned, especially when you're looking to increase your income, it's gonna revert back to your lowest level of thinking. So it is going to revert back to your lowest level of thinking, allow your lowest level of thinking to be a very high level, yeah. Because if I reverted back to my lowest level of thinking, when money would have got 40 years ago, my lowest level of thinking would have been, well, let's go sell some white powder. That was my lowest level of thinking. Now, it's man, I don't have money issues. So I don't have to go through that anymore. But if something were to happen, my lowest level of thinking is, let me create this product. Let me do this. Let me do that. So it's different. Because once you've got to find one, once you've got to trust in people, yeah, we'll buy from you waiting to buy anything from you. If they like you when they trust you, you know, so just got to always understand what that lowest level of thing.

Mark Harbert
Yeah, and I've even heard that lowest level of thinking called your default setting. Yes. You know, it's like, you know, changing that default setting. And, and I just wanted to point out too, and I think this is your story is so powerful, because it's one of those classic examples of your past doesn't equal your future. Yes, just because you did something yesterday, two years ago, five years ago, or 10 years ago, that wasn't good, doesn't mean you can't, you know, have an amazing future. So, you know, the past is the past, we can't even change what we said 30 seconds ago, you know, or done 30 seconds ago. So very, very powerful.

Cedrick Harris
You know, Mark was so funny about you saying that is that my life didn't change in network marketing until I really told that story. Yeah, weird how it happened. It was literally because I came from being the President of Marketing for the largest VA mortgage lender in the nation to branch full time into network marketing. So I came from success, to creating success. And nobody wants to hear success to success, right. And I remember being at a breakthroughs to success event with Jeffrey Combs. And it was about 50 people in a room love him. And it was like a Geoffrey's a great guy. It was like a Narcotics Anonymous meeting for entrepreneurs. It was crazy. It was just all these confessions and this going on and that going on and, and I was coaching with Jeffrey at the time, and I was traveling with him doing events. And he said, said, get in front of the room and tell everybody your story. And I said, Yeah, well, you know, I was in the mortgage industry. And I came from the mortgage industry. And I came in and network man. He was like, no, no, no, say I told him a story. Yeah. And I'm like, I was in the mortgage industry. I used to be a loan officer. And then I became, then I became the president, that company. And then I went into full time in network marketing and a topic when he was like, No, tell them about the drugs, tell them about going to jail, tell them about the guns. And I'm like, I'm looking at Jeffrey in front of the room like, Bro, why did you dress that? You know me in front of everybody like why? He was like, say it tell him a story. And I'm like, Well, you already said it now. So I took the next 30 minutes. And I told her about his story. Over the next week, Mark 22 people out of the 50 Plus that were in the room joined me in that golden silver deal that you were talking about 22. And I did not know any of them before that event. And I called up Jeffrey and I said why are all these people joining me? And it said, because you didn't talk about success to success. Yeah, everybody loves a great comeback story. That's one of the reasons why. Rocky, the movie, Rocky was such a great movie. People love my favorite movie ever. Yeah, they love a comeback story. So ever since then, I've been like 100% transparent. Yeah, I'll tell the story. Like when I send you this documentary video, you're gonna be like, yeah, transparent. They're laying it out. It's like, people. You want people to be able to look at you and say, if he can do it, I can do it. If she could do it, I can do it. And that's the whole purpose for that.

Mark Harbert
Yeah. And I just love it, man. I love it. It's real. And we're, look, we're in a day and time. People are craving authenticity more than ever and When when somebody can hear a story of somebody who had it rough, and they were able to turn things around, they love that. It's, again, it comes back to that, that that rocky scenario, you know, people love that. And people can relate to that, because they've been through the wringer themselves. You know, and I think that that's, that's one of the most things and I, that's when I, you know, when I'm talking to people about, you know, what they share, and how they do it, even on social media, be willing to be a little vulnerable, be willing to put yourself out there a little bit, you'd be surprised, and the kind of response you'll get. So I wanted to ask you this question, too, because this is a big deal. And I know, you know, like I said, you've worked with 1000s and 1000s of people. And there's new people coming into the online marketing, world network marketing, all these different, you know, entrepreneurial ventures. And my thing is for you, who's someone who's had massive amounts of success, and what would be your advice to somebody who's starting new, because somebody who comes in who's maybe not, you know, they haven't developed themselves from a personal development standpoint, they don't really have a lot of success. But they do have that that little inner spark that they want to do something. You know,

Cedrick Harris
our first piece of advice would be to work harder on yourself, then you do your business. Work harder on yourself and you do your business, a lot of people will work hard on your business, but they never evolve as a person. Yeah, so it's almost that old adage of, you know, if you were broken, you become rich, but you were a butthole. When you were broke, you're just going to be a bigger butthole. When you're rich. Like that bit, work harder on yourself. That's number one. Number two, I would tell people to use your friends and family as practice. Treat it as practice, stop treating it as if they if they don't join us the end of the world. No use them as practice. And I always use the the old. The old example of when Allen Iverson was on ESPN and they were upset with him. Because he didn't come to practice. And he was like, we talked about practice. We talking about practice, like do I show up at the game? We talked about practice. Now, if you flip that a little bit, and you look at somebody like a Steph Curry, Steph Curry's practice is so intense, that there's more reporters at his practice than any other player. Yeah, they're watching him practice. He's shooting from the bleachers. And he's never gonna shoot from the bleachers in the game, but he's practicing. Right. So think about the people that you're at when you're first getting on board. And whether it's internet marketing and network marketing. Remember that there has to be a lot of practice. And remember that a football player might play one game a week on Sunday, but they practice five to six days, right? People come into our online space or network marketing space, and they do the opposite. Yeah. They need to complete offices, like think about the practice, you got to practice you got to practice so your mom, your dad, your sister, your brother, the cat, the turtle, the dog, practice, practice, practice, practice, practice. So when that real life prospect comes, that real life situation comes that real life and that you got to put together whatever the case may be, now that you have practiced nail, you're better off. And Michael Jordan said the best. You know, he was constantly shooting the ball in the dark. Yeah, like he was shooting, he was shooting foul shots in the dark. When he couldn't see the basket. You couldn't see the basket. Because it was all about the rhythm. It wasn't about I had to see the basket. That's why he could shoot a ball in the game and just automatically start running back to the side because his rhythm said it was going in, it would practice so really get focused on that practice. Be so zoned in on that practice, because practice doesn't make perfect, right? A lot of people say practice makes perfect. No, it doesn't. Perfect. Practice makes perfect.

Mark Harbert
Perfect. Yeah, that's a great really great point. I am you know, you bring up Michael Jordan, man, I you know, growing up, there was nobody I love watching more. The dude was one of the most incredible players I've ever seen. And I remember going to you know, I lived in Detroit so I go see the Detroit Pistons and the Chicago Bulls play and it was always a big deal. See, and Michael but you know, you know wasn't a Historie he got cut from his high school basketball team. That's how bad it was. Absolutely. Yeah. You know, and you look at you get cut from the team and then you become one of the greatest of all time and all of that practice and a lot of people they don't see the behind the scenes like you said doing all that stuff. And and that's yeah, that is the the best advice I think you can have for a new person is really just you if you want it, you got to Be willing to put in the time. And I know for me, I didn't have my first six figure year until 12 years after I started down the path of entrepreneurship. And I'll tell you what, there was a lot of times during there that I wanted to quit. I'm sure. You know, you had your times, too. You know, we all do we all have that

Cedrick Harris
don't want to quit. You're not doing it, right. Yeah, you just not do it. Because there's gonna be some rough days, there's always gonna be some rough days, but you got to barrel through it.

Mark Harbert
Yep, absolutely. So there's a final question. And I was like, you know, when it comes to money investing and things I love, I love watching your posts on Facebook. I think I said, you know, going back to your communication style, I love how you use analogies. You put on one a few, you know, a couple weeks ago about, you know, something's gonna happen, like a fat kid running into the buffet and Golden Corral on a Sunday. I did you have no idea. You couldn't see me, but I'm rolling here in my office like, that is the best and but, you know, when it comes to that, I just, you're somebody who's just so solid on that. And I was thinking, what are your top three books that you would recommend people read when it comes to becoming financially savvy, because that is a big part of entrepreneurship as well. And believe me, there are a lot of people and you know, you've seen it, a lot of people have success, they make a lot of money, but they also lose it also. And I know I never really had a lot of financial education growing up. And, you know, being an entrepreneur, I've made a lot of money. But you know, I haven't always been smart with it. And it's been a learning process for me. So, you know, what's your, what's your take on that as far as like the three books you recommend for somebody to start on?

Cedrick Harris
So good question. I will say that it's a slightly a trick question, though. And here's why I was slightly a trick question. Because I would say that probably 6070 plus percent of the people that might be watching this are looking at the looking at the video or listening to the podcasts. There's still some mental stuff that they got to fix first. Yeah. So I would like to bleed them both in so number one I was, is thinking grow rich. You know, definitely read, thinking Grow Rich. Number two, my second favorite book in the whole world behind the Bible is the greatest secret in the world by Augmentee. Know, that will change your life. Because it's one thing about making money. It's another thing about keeping. Yes. And we're entrepreneurs, we can blow money really quickly. It's like, I tell people all the time, I made my first million dollars when I was 27. I'm, I'll be 47 next month, so 20 years ago, I made my first million dollars. And literally my goal was to get rid of it. Yeah. And people were like, What do you mean? I said, by accident, mentally. My goal was to get rid of it. And three years later, I had like 400 grand. And he was like, how did you how did you? How did you get rid of like, What do you mean? I said, Listen, take somebody from the hood that grew up with nothing. And it's almost like when people say, How did Mike Tyson blow through $400 million? And I'm like, give you $400 million with no financial literacy. Yeah, growing up in the hood being around all these different people burning money on this burning money on that you wake up one day and you're like, you know what? Rottweilers are cool. But I need like two white tigers in my backyard. Yeah, you know, these outfits are cool, but I'm only gonna wear it one time you start burning money and you don't you don't understand that's what happened with Mike Tyson. Lord knows I didn't take that financial advice because your industry quite a few different times. Good luck with that one. But but at the end of the day, I definitely get in your thought process right. So I would say thinking grow rich. The greatest secret in the world by automate Dino and we'll be the third one will be the third one I will say. This one is this one is a mixture of money and mind. But this one is dangerous. But I think people need it because it'll change your life. And it's the 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene.

Mark Harbert
I've never heard of that one.

Cedrick Harris
I'd rather that book right there would change your

Mark Harbert
mental Oh, that's right. Amazon will get off of this.

Cedrick Harris
All the Power by Robert Greene is a very thick book. As a matter of fact, let me let me show it to you. Right here. I keep it handy. Oh, nice. This is I looks Oh yeah. The 40 Laws of Power by Robert Green Book is this big. But But you wanted to stick? Yeah, the stuff that's in this book. Oh my goodness. I mean, so good. That 50 cent 50 cent did a another version called the 50 Laws of Power. Wow. That's also cool. But for a lot of you that want to change your mind. Yeah, I'm

Mark Harbert
gonna I'm gonna get that I never even heard of it. So I'm definitely good. And that one, that's for sure. That's powerful. And I think, you know, you know, one of the things I learned when I started making money was, you know, you had mentioned earlier about how, you know, money can turn you, you know, if you're a butthole, before you get money, you're gonna be a bigger butthole when you get money. But that same principle applies to, if you don't know how to handle money, when you have no money, you're not going to be able to handle money when you get a lot of it either. It's the same, same same type of thing. And I think that that is definitely one area of entrepreneurship. Not a lot of people talk about, you know what I mean? And I think that that's something that's very important to hit on. Because, you know, there's some truth to the fact of Mo Money, Mo Problems, you know what I mean? And I'm sorry. Because you're just getting to a different level of problems you have to learn to deal with and that takes that, you know, that mindset in order to, to deal that's why I think you see a lot of lottery winners who go broke. Mike Tyson. Again, same thing,

Cedrick Harris
you know, the higher levels, the higher the doubles, you don't want to be in that you've been what you bought it up. I think it's fair to say that, uh, that our status, you know, I think right now, in 2022, and beyond, it's only going to get worse. And the reason why I say it's only going to get worse, because social media has created a lot of monsters. Social media is bringing people that are acting like they're somebody that they really aren't. And to impress all these people that they don't even know. It's almost like, hey, you've got 5000 friends on Facebook, you only know 17 of them, but you want to impress these people and write your news $800 bills, you know, your your new $20,000 purchase your new $400 jeans, like the car that you really even can afford, like why what is the purpose of that? This is what has gotten so many people into trouble. And right now, you know, Warren Buffett said it best when the tide goes out, you can always see who's naked. Always see who's naked. Now guess what's happening right now. The tide is going out. Yeah, Kryptos down, stock market is down. Interest rates are up. Stagflation is here, inflation is here, job losses, all these different things that are happening, the tide is going out. So for years, the tie was in, everybody was covered. Because it was like, Hey, this is 3% interest rate money like they introduced stimulus, stimulus stimulus. It was all this now. Things are changing. I think that people have to be smart about how they're presenting themselves. Yeah, how they're coming across to other people not thinking that, Oh, I've got to buy this fancy car to impress this person. You know, my old boss, he says something man that changed my life. Mark, I swear to you, because I'm a car freak. I like cars. Yeah. But I'm very strategic in the vehicles that I buy, because I never buy cars and I can make money off of, yeah, I'm very strategic. And I never keep up for a long period of time. So if I'm gonna buy a high end car, I might keep it for a year and I get it off my blood. But once I sell it, I'm still going to make four or five $8,000 off of it because of how I bought the car. And when I moved to Florida, it was funny. I moved to Florida in 2004. At the time, my old boss was worth $400 million. And I was worth about 2 million bucks. And he said, I had all these cars being delivered. Because he moved me to Florida. I had a great you're making great money with them. Blah, blah, blah. He moved me to Florida. And I had Akaroa 2.5 t let me see if I could remember all these cars. Acura 2.5 to you. I had a Lexus is 400. I had an affinity q4 truck. I had a Mercedes CLK 320, I had a Mercedes E 500. And I had a BMW M five, right. So and I'm moving from Virginia. That's a 12 hour drive. I'm driving one car, my ex girlfriend is driving one car. One of my friends is driving one car and the rest of them were being shipped. So the first shipment came, and they pull up the truck in front of my old office. And they're unloading my BMW M five. And my old boss Billy came outside and he said said, How many cars do you have? And I said, I got seven. And I just smiled. I said, I got a car for every day of the week. I'm like this Thursday. Wow. And right. He was like, you're dumb. Ah, you said why do you have so many cars? I said because I like cars bill. He says, no. You like the look that you get at the light when you got the newest car? Oh, yeah, I was like, Oh, you normally come across it. That's how many cars you gotta do. You said to so you know what else I got? I said, What's that? He says, I got $398 million into you. And he turned around and walked into the building. It was like a center.

Mark Harbert
Oh, man. That's like a boat.

Cedrick Harris
Right between Yeah. And I realized I said, Man, I grew up in Virginia, where the only way that people who have money was through cars, jewelry, you know, clothes, just how you look. And Florida people that got money, they don't drive it. Yeah, man, I went home. I told my girlfriend at the time, I said, Hey, pick, and she was like, pick what? Hunger is so far cars? Like we don't we don't need him. Yeah, like car insurance does that. And he's right. He's right. I did like the look that I got, especially with that BMW M five, especially with that brand new e 500. Especially with that CLK 320, you know, everything would use again at this, that blah, blah, blah. So I tell that to all the people that are here, especially people that are younger, that think that I need to impress this person to impress that person. Listen, if you have to impress somebody with what you have, that probably isn't your people. Yeah. Because it's not about impressing them based upon what you have. You want to impress people on who you are not good. You have. Yep. Because I can show you a lot of people that don't have a lot of stuff. But you will be impressed by who they are. Yes, that's what's important. Because material items, they come and go and, and even though I still like cars, and even though I've got a couple of Lord knows I don't have seven anymore. But the reality of it is, is that it's something that I can afford. But it's also something that I don't look at, as that gets out of hand now, because I only got three now. So three and three is good. I don't I don't need. I don't need seven, you know, but at the end of the day, it's like I'm not overextending myself, either. And I don't show my stuff. I'm not all on social media, you can look at that. And look at this. Look at that, like, I'm from VA, that's how you get Rob. Yeah, we don't do that. Like we don't, we don't do that. Like, we don't move like that. We just don't move like that. You know, so I hope some people really, you know, pick up from

Mark Harbert
from it. I think if people just can get what you're saying right there. It'll transform people, because I am I'm with you right there, man. I've heard it said one time, nothing feels as good as financial security fields or something like that. It was some to that effect. You know, just that. But you're just nailing it. I think so many times, we're so worried about impressing others, that it's just not necessary. You know, I mean, because honestly, they're thinking about themselves anyway. Exactly. That's really what it comes down to. Everybody speaks that language, what's in it for me? Like, and I think that that's a big deal. So,

Cedrick Harris
you know, when we get older mark, the words the words paid off sound a whole lot better. Right? Veteran brand new, older paid off sounds so much better than brand new, I got a brand new XYZ and how much is Ricardo in a month? 50 bucks a month for a car? Yeah. Are you paid off? Sounds better than brand new?

Mark Harbert
Absolutely. I can I can tell you, that's for sure. And you know, it's it. It really is such a profound thing. But man, I can't even begin to tell you how much wisdom you've dropped here, man. And I hope those of you that are listening, really take some of this to heart. And I'll tell you like, you know, I wanted to bring Cedric out here because he I know he's just so full of wisdom. And I've always respected you in a huge, huge way. And it's a real honor for me to have you out. And you know, I want people to get out there and follow you. So is there a place they can connect with you or just see in general what you're doing and absolutely you can follow

Cedrick Harris
Fine me on Tik Tok at the real estate said you could check out my app at Cedsaidunplugged.com. You can check me out on Facebook under Cedric Harris. You can check me out on Instagram under Cedsaid said we're all over the place. A lot of time on Facebook. I'm just getting my TikTok you know, cranking up right now and Instagram cranking up and we got plenty of YouTube content out there. So you know, we're out there we're hanging around.

Mark Harbert
Yeah, absolutely. Get over there. Follow Cedrick you won't be sorry, man. It's I look forward to your updates. And I'm just so happy we're able to connect here and get on and share some wisdom and, you know, if you ever want to get straight to Cedric's heart, just tell them when you're in town, you'll take them to Waffle House and man hills.

Cedrick Harris
Time The cheapest date in the world.

Mark Harbert
Man Well, I sure appreciate you man. Thanks, brother for coming out and appreciate your time man.

Cedrick Harris
Thanks, Mark. Appreciate it's always a pleasure, brother.

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    2 replies to "Lessons of Success with Cedrick Harris"

    • Whitman Able

      That was one of your greatest interviews. You and Mr. Harris are my two main mentors to-date.

      • Mark Harbert

        You’re awesome Whitman. Thanks for the awesome words.

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