14 Lessons We Can All Learn From “The Wolf of Wall Street”

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Execute on Ideas

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Stratton Oakmont’s initial success was based on two premises:
• That Belfort had come up with a way of teaching young, uneducated people how to sound like professional stock brokers over the phone.
• That rich people love to gamble – especially when the gamble seems like a legitimate business opportunity.
While there had been other people on Wall Street who’d had the same idea, Jordan Belfort was the first person to execute on this idea.
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