Sunday, June 29, 2008

How to Succeed ?

Actually I rarely talk about others personal profile and experience within my blog and my posting since I rarely find the great ones that inspiring me.

But, this time I want tell a story about a success person that inspiring me to get the others success in my own path career.

His name Jim Piccolo, a Chancellor of Nouveau Riche University, has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Nouveau Riche Corporation since October 2000. Mr. Jim Piccolo brings with him more than twenty years of extensive business experience, ranging from President and Chief Executive Officer of a privately-held, multi-national manufacturing company, to a publicly-traded, international marketing company with four, wholly-owned subsidiaries in the United States and international concerns.

For his successful in business strategy and technique, Jim Piccolo becomes a nationally-recognized, after market, sport-truck accessory entrepreneur and designer proved his ability to carve out successful market niches.

As a dynamic leader and strategic thinker, till now, he has founded and operated more than a dozen, innovative companies, such as: Nouve Riche Corporation; The Real Market Experts Franchise, Inc, Nouve Riche Academy, Inc; iWizard Holding Corporation, Inc. ;Piccolo Global, L.L.C; National Credit Advisory, Inc; and Nationwide Investors Mortgage Corporation, but still have time to share with others, share his great inspirational and motivational speeches to audiences worldwide in Destinations like Maui & Hawaii (the big Island), Acapulco, Cozumel and Cancun (Mexico), Seoul (South Korea), Bali (Indonesia), Cairo (Egypt), Bangkok (Thailand), Cape Town and Phinda (South Africa), Sydney (Australia), Hong Kong, Singapore, Cayman Islands and The Bahamas.
But the greatest thing that I notice is his involving in Charity. I believe all that his success is a result of the combination between sharing to others and his great marketing strategy and technique. He joins and involve in lot of Charity activities. He believes that to succeed, we must build relationships and recognize that you create your own success when you create success for others.

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