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January 5, 2021 – Los Angeles

We sat down with legendary entrepreneur Jordan Belfort to talk about his new company,, and the mindset that has led him to earn several hundred million dollars. Jordan Belfort is a world famous author and former stockbroker, who had his life turned into a movie called The Wolf of Wall Street (directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Belfort).



In the 1990’s, Jordan Belfort built one of the most successful sales organizations in Wall Street history. During that time, he soared to the highest financial heights, earning over $50 million a year. A feat that earned him the name “The Wolf Of Wall Street”. Belfort employed over 1,000 stockbrokers and raised over $1.5 billion and started more than 30 million-dollar-companies from scratch. Today, Belfort is using his knowledge to help entrepreneurs across the globe close more sales, make more money and live a happier and more empowered life through his courses, podcast and speaking engagements.

Jordan, how does one get a mindset to be an entrepreneur in their life?
I travel all over the world to train entrepreneurs, and one thing I hear over-and-over again is, “JB, you’re fearless.” Now the truth is, I feel just as much fear as anyone else does when it comes to making difficult business decisions. I just act in spite of it, because I know that the principles I’ve learned are going to work more often than not, and that they’ll regularly produce massive winners. So to me, a lot of being an entrepreneur is about belief and certainty when it comes to yourself. But there’s also a component of flexibility… where you have to be willing to “fail elegantly.” Because the truth is, not every idea is going to be a winner, so you need to be ready to move on very quickly from the bad ideas, so that you can really hit the gas on the good ones.So to be an entrepreneur, you have to be a pivoter too.


When I was studying your biography, your successes, your struggles and your rebirth in the 2000s, I always asked myself these questions… How did he manage to bounce back from having fallen? How did he manage to rebuild himself and regain people’s trust?
Well, I think everyone’s smart enough to know that the person in the movie, that’s not really all I was. Everyone is more complex than a movie character. But, how did things change? Well, first of all, I’m sober now and have been for years. But the truth about entrepreneurship is, if you deliver on the value side of things, trust and credibility are going to follow. And I get to see the results of that first-hand, since so much of my business is in training salespeople and entrepreneurs on how to reach their full potential. Bottom line, when you can empower people to take control of their lives and create massive, longterm, sustainable wealth, your business is going to sell itself. And no matter what your company does, your product needs to create that same value for your customers. Never forget that.


The truth is, not every idea is going to be a winner, so you need to be ready to move on very quickly from the bad ideas...

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