Mon, 17 November 2014
CW 440: 7-Steps To Success In Business with Lori Ann LaRocco of CNBC & Author of ‘Opportunity Knocking'
Today’s 10th episode Creating Wealth Show deals with issues other than business and finance, but guest Lori Ann LaRocco of CNBC joins Jason Hartman to discuss her latest book, Opportunity Knocking: Lessons from Business Leaders. She talks about the pyramid notion of achieving leadership success both in your personal and business life and how important it is to know yourself before you can even hope to expand your potential for success.
01.53 – Stocks of the physical merchandise of the Meet the Masters and Creating Wealth Home Study Courses are still available but running low: www.JasonHartman.com/Products
03.24 – Successful leaders in any field all seem to follow a series of seven strategies, starting with something as simple as knowing yourself.
06.46 – Find others who inspire you and then form and follow your own aspirations.
10.33 – Take your idea and stick with it. Even if it’s not always popular, stick with what you know to be right.
16.54 – True passion is much more attractive to an employer or investor because it’s a great motivator.
19.55 – Some levels of the pyramid take longer to achieve, but it’s the culminated effort which brings success.
27.03 – Self-belief is really one of the most important elements here.
28.05 – To find out more information about Lori Ann LaRocco, head to her blog at www.LoriAnnLaRocco.wordpress.com
30.06 – In Lori Ann LaRocco’s earlier book, Thriving in the New Economy, she created the mini biographies of various CEOs to show their reactions and their mistakes in the lead-up to and aftermath of the financial crisis.
33.55 – The way that these bubbles work is that when you’re in it, you just can’t see it. Even with hindsight, we don’t seem able to learn.
Mentioned in this episode
Opportunity Knocking: Lessons from Business Leaders by Lori Ann LaRocco
Thriving in the New Economy by Lori Ann LaRocco
Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek