Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Preview 'Mentor Me: GA=T+E - A Formula to Fulfill Your Greatest Achievement' by Ken Poirot

Author and financial professional Ken Poirot offers a free download of his hotly anticipated new book, ‘Mentor Me: GA=T+E—A Formula to Fulfill Your Greatest Achievement', to the public.

The first 22 page design sample is now available for download on his site dedicated to update future information on the release of his new book,‘Mentor Me: GA=T+E—A Formula to Fulfill Your Greatest Achievement.'

When asked why he would make the first 22 pages available to the public, Ken Poirot stated, "Although it is just the first design sample I received from my design team and there will be some changes and edits before the final publication version is released, I believe most people will benefit from access to this information. For that reason, I decided to post it for the public. My ultimate goal in writing this book is to help as many people as I can - to have a positive impact on other's lives. As a manager and coach, I can only personally work with a relatively small number of people on a daily basis. As an author, I can have a much wider reach and, therefore, have a positive impact on many more people's lives than I ever could just working with people one-on-one."

Called “groundbreaking” by many business leaders, the book is a unique combination of real world, high-level corporate training, lessons learned in life, professional examples, personal stories, observations, and the best of proven track record, results getting information to help anyone take their life and career to the next level.


‘Mentor Me: GA=T+E—A Formula to Fulfill Your Greatest Achievement’ is uniquely designed as a working, living document, as well as a journey to help people formulate and attain their Greatest Achievement in life.

The author, Ken Poirot, integrates successful coaching strategies, lessons learned from life, and his eighteen-year career in financial services, to take you through an uplifting path of self-discovery and intuitive introspection. Through interactive exercises, personal stories, observations, and information gleaned from advanced training, he delivers knowledge everyone can utilize to improve their everyday lives.

Are you ready to create and take action on your plan for happiness and success? Then you can have the social experience of living a motivational, inspirational, and influential life. Read along and see for yourself…

Already a financial professional, scientist, coach and public speaker, Ken Poirot decided to add the title ‘author’ after his name when he realized that his experiences could help those around him achieve their own success.

“I wanted to share what I knew,” says the author. “Not only that, I wanted to coach on a wider scale. There’s nothing more satisfying than working with someone and seeing them embark on a journey of self-discovery. They learn so much about themselves and go on to achieve things they never believed possible. It’s a wonderful thing and as a coach, you live for those moments when everything clicks and you see someone achieve success.”

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About Ken Poirot:
Ken Poirot graduated from Cornell University and developed a new drug delivery system for an existing drug, Camptothecin, as a graduate student at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, where he received a US Patent—“Lipid Complexed Topoisomerase I Inhibitors” and left graduate school to pursue a career in financial services.

Ken Poirot has over eighteen years’ experience as both a successful financial advisor and sales manager. When he was the senior vice president and sales manager for Frost Investment Services, the brokerage department of Frost Bank (NYSE:CFR), he led his department to four consecutive years of double-digit revenue growth, increasing revenue by over 83 percent while substantially increasing his department's profit margin. During these same four years, the financial advisors he coached increased their individual production from an average of less than $25,000 in revenue per month to over $41,000. Additionally, he consistently increased sales by double digits as a regional manager at various other firms, including Guaranty Bank and JPMorgan Chase.

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