(PRWEB) March 15, 2012
Robert Jordan, a bestselling author, serial entrepreneur and member of Inc. magazine’s “Inc. 500” list, sits down one-on-one with today’s most successful company founders, who represent more than 300 years’ worth of hands-on business experience, and get them to explain in detail the path to their successes.
“What I’ve found is that most entrepreneurs – in fact most of us – try to avoid failing. That is not a recipe for achieving extraordinary success,” says Jordan. “They follow the herd, and they get the same results the herd gets. I want to show how anybody who wants it can break through and turn a vision into a real-world, successful business.”
One of the entrepreneurs introduced in the program is Raj Soin, founder of Modern Technologies Corporation. Raj and his wife began MTC with a $1,700 investment and sold it for $485 million. In the audio program, Raj describes exactly how he did it.
The first-person accounts shared with Jordan show how these 10 individuals fought through huge challenges, took great risks, experienced breakthroughs, and accomplished amazing feats. Through each of these stories, Jordan teaches listeners where to find potential goldmines in business, how to win every negotiation, how to change their method of communication, and which current business ideas don’t work today.
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About Robert Jordan
Robert Jordan is an Inc. 500 CEO and founded Online Access, the world’s first Internet-coverage magazine. After Jordan sold Online Access, he launched RedFlash, an interim management team, and interimCEO/interimCFO, a worldwide network for interim, contract, and project executives. Jordan holds a degree from the Honors College at the University of Michigan and earned an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
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