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The Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort - Is he THAT Good?!



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The Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort - Is he THAT Good?!

You've probably heard of Jordan Belfort, I assume.

Jordan Ross Belfort is an American author, motivational speaker, and former stockbroker. In 1999, he pleaded guilty to fraud and related crimes in connection with stock-market manipulation and running a boiler room as part of a penny-stock scam.


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Jordan Belfort has, ever since his jail-time, offered sales training and one can find several videos of him, which all are great, but is he actually THAT good as people seems to believe?

I personally think he's outstanding and I love the way he talks in his training sessions. Everything seems so easy, yet straight to the point. And it feels like he's never hiding from the truth. To become successful you'll have to put in effort. You'll need to work hard and spend a lot of time and Jordan Belfort seems to give you an "eye-opener" in each of his trainings. What do you think? Is it easy to trust and believe in this former prisoner, or do you think many people are afraid to learn from him due to his past?



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Lynne

Well the fact remains he did some incredible things, even if was against the law. It takes some planning to run something like that doesn't it. At least now maybe he is using his experience in a good way?

I do believe that people can change and they do in some cases. I am a recovering alcoholic and drug addict, I am nearly 8 years clean and living roof that a leopard can change its spots.

I like to be positive and believe in the good in people.




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hitmeasap

I agree with you. He did some insane, amazing things, even though it was against the law, but he made it work. He earned millions by doing the things he did and that has to count for something. He's using all his knowledge, all his experience and everything he learned during the time before he went to prison, to help others to change their lives nowadays and I believe it's an act of kindness.




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EliteWriter

Very well said. I also know a couple of people who have changed considerably and am happy for them. Everybody deserves a chance to change or ameliorate. Besides we are all human, and prone to mistakes after all. Nobody can point fingers to anyone as he has another 4 pointing right back towards him right?

I watched a couple of videos by Jordan Belfort and I have to agree that he certainly knows what he talks about. Insightful tips and knowledge are shared here, and at least he is now showing that he wants to put his skills to better use.




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Lynne

Yes I love that saying about pointing fingers, in fact that is one saying that was hammered into us while in rehab for addiction.

But anyway I truly believe that running a scam takes business sense and some intelligence.

I've been following this Phoenix Power Rising internet scam for the last few months and ok well the owner of that scam is doing something she has done before so it looks like she isn't making any great changes yet... but if you look at how many people jumped on board with her pyramid scheme and how people are defending her even though they aren't being paid.

Her marketing of this scam was incredible! I would love a lesson in pre-launching a product from her LOL




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overcast

Some of the ideas of the Jordan Belfort are going to hit you hard. And he has managed to put some concepts out there lot easier. And you have to learn how to do things from him. I think people should definitely learn how to do things from him. And we can even manage to get the sales tricks to understand there as well. I think if you are into business and freelancing then this guy has lot to reach you as well.




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kgord

Well, he probably is that good, but is it worth going to jail for? I think not. I mean I prefer to stay this side of the law personally. It is reckless to do things that are going to get you a jail term in my humble opinion.




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