The Marine Corps Way to Win on Wall Street Audiobook by Ken Marlin

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Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: The Marine Corps Way to Win on Wall Street Subtitle: 11 Key Principles from Battlefield to Boardroom Author: Ken Marlin Narrator: Peter Larkin Format: Unabridged Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins Language: English Release date: 08-30-16 Publisher: Macmillan Audio Ratings: 4 of 5 out of 2 votes Genres: Business, Commerce & Economy Publisher's Summary: Many Americans view Wall Street as a bastion of greed and corruption - a place that attracts people who don't deserve the money they make but are willing to break the law to get more of it. Yet for all their mistrust, many of these same Americans believe that Wall Street is essential for our economy to function. How do we fix it? Send in the marines. Known for its exemplary discipline, the Marine Corps ensures victory by obeying key commands, such as: establish clear, tactical objectives; know the terrain before heading into battle; identify and capitalize on combat advantages; control timing; leverage complementary skills within the unit; negotiate from a morally defensible position; and harness strength of leadership to craft a bulletproof plan. Ken Marlin served 10 years' active duty as a marine officer before taking on the financial sector. He's seen this program of pride, professionalism, and fidelity work - from the battlefield to the boardroom. Marlin is no socialist: He's a capitalist and risk-taker who enjoys earning money for himself and his clients. In The Marine Corps Way to Win on Wall Street, he teaches you the Marine Corps way to win on Wall Street and on Main Street: to sacrifice short-term gains for the long-term interests of your clients and your company. Deploying marine-tested tactics, he engineers lasting, honorable success while lowering the ethical cost of doing business. That's the Marine Corps way. This audiobook includes an introduction read by the author. Members Reviews: ... and thoughtful deliberation and results - results that were great for both Ken and his clients Ken Marlin's book clearly outlines the link between discipline and thoughtful deliberation and results - results that were great for both Ken and his clients. This is a great read! Great book. Very informative and Great book. Very informative and inspiring Topical, concise and relevant I read quite a few books and few are able to convey the author's points and views as concisely as this one. More importantly, as a client of Ken's firm, he truly does practice and operate in the manner described. Well worth the time investment and a very good reference book. This was a great read. I wish I had read this book when I was a brand new CEO. Ken Marlin uses his personal experience to bring solid decision-making and bedrock values to life, illustrating how success is not always about compromising what is truly important. This was a great read. How and why the âMarine Corps Wayâ can help accelerate personal growth and professional development Peter Drucker and Noel Tichy are among those who believe that the best leadership programs have been developed by military services, notably in the US, UK, and Israel.

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