Mentor Me: GA=T+E—A Formula to Fulfill Your Greatest Achievement
List Price: 17.95
Available: May 2014
Mentor Me: GA=T+E—A Formula to Fulfill Your Greatest Achievement is a working, living dossier, 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…
Ken Poirot is a financial professional with over eighteen years’ experience as both a successful financial advisor and sales manager. As 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 the 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 has consistently increased sales by double digits as a regional manager at various other firms, including Guaranty Bank and JPMorgan Chase.
He is a coach, consultant, scientist, author, and public speaker, currently residing in the Houston suburb of Richmond, Texas. Ken Poirot grew up in the picturesque village of Northport, New York, residing in an area known as Eaton’s Neck. Eaton’s Neck’s seaside beauty attracted such guests as J.P. Morgan, who built his summer estate there, as well as Antoine de Saint-Exupery, who penned The Little Prince while residing in that community.
After graduating from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, with a degree in microbiology, Ken Poirot moved to Houston, Texas, to pursue his Ph.D. studies in cancer research at MD Anderson Cancer Center through UT Health Science Center. Following his development of a new drug delivery system for an existing drug, Camptothecin, for which he is credited with a US Patent—“Lipid Complexed Topoisomerase I Inhibitors”—he left graduate school to pursue a career in financial services.