The Jordan Belfort speeches are designed to reflect the skills, knowledge and expertise he gained as a stock broker in 1987 and later as the owner of Stratton Oakmont, an investment firm, in 1989.
Unfortunately, the bulk of the money earned by Belfort and his firm were through certain nefarious and illegal means, and in 1999 Jordan Belfort pleaded guilty to money laundering and securities fraud after having defrauded his investors and making millions in the process.
After spending 22 months in prison, Belfort would go on to write two memoirs, one of which–'The Wolf of Wall Street'–would go on to be adapted into a Hollywood movie. Currently, Jordan Belfort engages in motivational speaking as well as running his own seminars. In these Jordan Belfort speeches, he imparts everything he knows about sales in an effort to help others achieve their own entrepreneurial success.