Jordan Belfort became the toast of Wall Street in the 1990s when he built a dynamic sales organization that would become one of the most successful in the history of Wall Street. Jordan Belfort earned more than $50 million per year during this time and was sometimes called “the Wolf of Wall Street”.
Jordan Belfort was the owner of Stratton Oakmont, a very successful brokerage firm in New York City. He was able to raise over $1.5 billion and the company employed over 1,000 stockbrokers. Jordan Belfort start and built up over thirty companies that were worth over a million dollars.
More than fifty publicly traded businesses have received consulting support from Jordan Belfort. His exploits have received coverage in some of the most well-known magazines and newspapers in the world, including The Herald Tribune, The London Times, Forbes, The Los Angeles Times, Business Week, The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Rolling Stone.
Jordan Belfort unfortunately allowed himself to become involved in the high-flying, hard-partying lifestyle of young Wall Street executives and this ultimately proved to be his undoing. His much publicized fall from grace, though, helped him to learn what life and business are really about.
Belfort is the founder and developer of the Straight Line System, which is a way to ensure a company’s organic growth and the creation of wealth but also keeping your integrity and ethics intact.
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