In the 1990’s, Jordan Belfort built one of the most dynamic successful sales organisations in the history of wall street. After earning $50 million a year and raising a total of $1.5 billion, he was branded with the name The Wolf Of Wall Street.
As the owner of Stratton Oakmont, Jordan raised $1.5 billion and employed over 1000 stockbrokers. He also started 30 million dollar companies, from scratch.
Jordan Belfort has acted as a consultant and worked very closely with more 50 public companies. He has also been written about in virtually every newspaper and magazine, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Along the way, he succumbed to some of the traps of the Wall Street lifestyle and went through a spectacular and well-publicised fall from grace. Jordan has learned from the experiences he has had and has now put this into motivational speaking and teaching the skills he has developed for the greater good.
Jordan Belfort’s method; Straight Line System allows him to take virtually any company or individual, regardless of age, sex, race or educational background and empower them to achieve massive wealth and success without sacrificing any morals or ethics.
Jordan Belfort’s two books, The Wolf Of Wall Street and Catching The Wolf Of Wall Street have been published in 40 different countries and translated into 18 different languages. Jordan Belfort has also worked closely with Martin Scorsese to produce his life story in The Wolf Of Wall Street. Using his passion, humour and success, Jordan Belfort will use the most powerful business and sales tactics ever devised.
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When at corporate events, Jordan is known to cover the following topics:
- Straight Line Persuasion
- Business Speaker
- Change Management
- Business Strategy
- Business Competitiveness
- HR & Training
Take a look at Jordan’s top ten tips for success here: