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Wolf of Wall Street’s Australasian Tour Hits Auckland

Jordan Belfort: the Wolf of Wall Street’s Australasian Tour Hits Auckland June 26

(Auckland, April 6th 2014) Jordan Belfort, brilliantly portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street, is sharing the truth behind his success with audiences around Australia and now New Zealand.

Gone is the stockbroker whose Hollywood-scale excesses became the subject of the hit movie based on his best-selling autobiography. He has learned from his mistakes to become one of the top speakers on entrepreneurial achievement, in constant demand around the world.

Belfort, who never hesitates to admit he far overstepped the line, has authored two books published in 22 countries, selling millions of copies, while The Wolf of Wall Street has already taken more than $375 million at the box office. He is also a frequent guest commentator on CNN, CNBC and the BBC.

Belfort’s extraordinary drive, ambition and power to influence is crystallised in his Straight Line System, which has helped to create more than 12,000 millionaires. He will share this acclaimed technique with audiences across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and now Auckland in June.

“Success at creating wealth has a formula, a system of rules,” says Belfort, who has engineered over $1.5 billion in financing for various corporations and acted as a consultant to more than 50 public companies.

“I cracked the code on how to teach anyone, regardless of age, education or skill level, to be a master sales person, negotiator or entrepreneur.”
His remarkable recovery from the depths of adversity is a classic story of redemption that has captivated everyone from corporate giants to small business owners. He has fought his way back on the three pillars of self-belief, vision, and an inspirational formula for success.

“No one will follow your goals, so stop being a serial goal-setter,” he says. “But they will buy in to your vision – and we can all be visionaries. It’s not an exclusive club for people like Steve Jobs or James Packer.”

In his presentations Belfort also explains the vital ingredients for salesmanship, such as the Three Elements of Charisma and the Key to Persuasion, plus the essence of entrepreneurship: how to find investors to finance your business ideas.
TV talk show host Piers Morgan said of Belfort: “Had he stayed straight, many experts reckon he’d have become a billionaire anyway – such is his natural gift.”

And Leonardo DiCaprio said this about Jordan: “He stands as an example of the transformative qualities of ambition and hard work. In that regard, he is a true motivator.”

Earlybird Offers: Special offers for General, VIP and Platinum tickets to Jordan Belfort in Auckland are available until April 11th from $79 AUD. Company discounts are also available. For tickets visit: http://www.wolfofwallstreet.co.nz

Tour dates:
June 19 – Perth (Crown)
June 23 – Brisbane (Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre) June 24 – Sydney (The Entertainment Centre)
June 25 – Melbourne (The Crown)
June 26 – Auckland (The Langham)

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