Jordan Belfort Built A Dynamic Sales Organization

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Jordan Belfort built a dynamic sales organization in the 1990s that would become one of the most successful in Wall Street history. He earned the moniker “The Wolf of Wall Street” during that time because he was earning over $50 million per year. Jordan Belfort was the owner of a brokerage firm called Stratton Oakmont. This firm employed over 1,000 stock brokers and was able to raise over $1.5 billion. Belfort started more than thirty million dollar companies from nothing.

Jordan Belfort has consulted for over fifty public companies. He has been featured in some of the most popular newspapers and magazines in the world—including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Herald Tribune, Forbes, Rolling Stone, Business Week, The London Times, and The Wall Street Journal.

Jordan Belfort was, at one time, someone who fell under the spell of the hard partying, high-flying, Wall Street lifestyle. However, he went through a fall from grace that was both spectacular and well-covered by the media. He learned from his mistakes and has re-emerged from that episode as a man who understands how business success can be attained and the pitfalls one should avoid.

The Straight Line System, developed by Jordan Belfort, can help virtually any company to creative massive wealth without having to go down a road in which integrity or ethics are sacrificed.

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Jordan Belfort :: Article on INC Foundation.com

Jordan Belfort :: Listed on INC Racing.com