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Jordan Belfort - immortalized by Leonardo DiCaprio in the hit movie The Wolf of Wall Street - reveals the step-by-step sales and persuasion system proven to turn anyone into a sales-closing, money-earning rock star.

For the first time ever, Jordan Belfort opens his playbook and gives listeners access to his exclusive step-by-step system - the same system he used to create massive wealth for himself, his clients, and his sales teams. Until now, this revolutionary program was available only through Jordan's $1,997 online training. Now, in Way of the Wolf, Belfort is ready to unleash the power of persuasion to a whole new generation of listeners, revealing how anyone can bounce back from devastating setbacks, master the art of persuasion, and build wealth. Every technique, every strategy, and every tip has been tested and proven to work in real-life situations.

Way of the Wolf cracks the code on how to persuade anyone to do anything and coaches listeners, regardless of age, education, or skill level, to be a master sales person, negotiator, closer, entrepreneur, or speaker.

©2017 Jordan Belfort (P)2017 Simon & Schuster Audio

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I can’t believe he wrote this book

This book seems to give away almost all of his secrets in the the straight line sales training. You would be stupid not to buy this and listen to it every day.

It’s even fully read by Jordan Belfort himself. Since the book talks a ton on the importance of tonality, this is one of a few cases where the audio book is better than just the book it self. He is easy to listen too as well, very entertaining and keeps your attention.

You should probably get your hands on this now while you can.

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DO YOURSELF A FAVOR...GET THE HARDCOPY TOO!

This was an excellent book. if you're not from New York ( which I am, by the way) the accent can be annoying... even I can hear it. smile. But the content is excellent and the straight line process actually gives you the psychology behind the sale. It is a process, people. A process. Buy the hard COPY ALSO because you will be taking lots of notes, either way. But something tells me Jordan needs some kind of workbook as well. This is an excellent book and investment. This should probably be turned into a textbook for schools to teach. If you know how to sell you'll never have to want for anything. Thanks JB

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some good points but he's pretty full of it

Lots of repetitive lessons. You can tell. He is a master of BS. It was a decent book. I don't think it will make anyone a wolf though.

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Required Reading for any Sales Person

Everything that is spoken i this book is the way it should be done! I’ve don’t countless hours of sales training and listening in my career of sales that spans multiple industries for the last 10 years and consider myself a top performer... THIS book will make me better!

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It was ok

Too much fluff. I value my time and love reading new material, but this book was filled tons of irrelevant information. The straight line system could have been well covered in a few chapters.

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informative but I had a hard time getting to the end of the book. also didn't understand the script portion

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great

Very common sense to me glad he put it in writing for others to learn

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Surprisingly good and ethical.

I didn't find a single ethically objectionable technique. Of course, some find the very idea of persuasion unethical, but that's a philosophical discussion. It is as clean as pretty much everything else out there.

This really is a "system" as in all the pieces work together in a specific way and a specific sequence. I haven't mastered it yet, but it definitely follows a logical path and intuitively I feel it would be VERY persuasive if mastered.

The one thing to know is that this is best for a one-call-close type scenario over the phone. This would probably make you an absolute beast. The closer to that model the more it will be an exact fit. It would be very useful, for instance, for a two step close in person too.

It doesn't too much touch on the complex, multi-call close with many decision makers where the actual decision happens when you are not present. He alludes to it, but has no real advice beyond making it as few calls as possible.

That said, there will be value for you if you have to persuade people on the phone or in person in any capacity. Honestly, the chapter on tonality was good enough to justify the price and listening time. He could make a whole book on that and I'd definitely be a buyer!

The book is good and does have some unique insights. I got a lot of value out of it.

Now, I am going to actually attempt to implement the entire system. I will try and remember to update this when I've completed that.

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Useful Imformation

I could see this information helping sales people in any industry. Currently listening to it for a second time.

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Straight to the point and no bullshit

Jordan takes you thought the journey of selling on normal language that everybody can understand.

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