A new book, “Mentor Me: GA=T+E—A Formula to Fulfill Your Greatest Achievement,” by Ken Poirot, was recently named one of the “10 Books to Read in 2014.”
As stated with regard to “Mentor Me” and its inclusion in the “10 Books to Read in 2014” list, “…I was really impressed with this book. This is an informative and helpful self-help book that serves as a guide to help people achieve their goals. This book will give you the power to become a more successful person, stand out from the crowd and provides a practical approach to achieving your goals.”
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For more information on “Mentor Me” and its author, Ken Poirot, go to its page on Amazon.com, where it has also been named one of the “Top Rated Business Mentoring and Coaching Books”:
Additionally, earlier this year “Mentor Me” was named one of the best new self-help and self- improvement books. This original news story is available on ABC news at:
About Mentor Me:
Per the author, Ken Poirot, “It is a business, success, self-improvement, and self-help book designed to be different than the other books of this genre. It is more interactive in nature and is based on real-world, practical information applicable to everyday life.
Written in a conversational style it is often described by readers as motivational, inspirational, and easy-to-implement since ‘Mentor Me’ is based on real life experiences, observations, and personal examples.”
About author Ken Poirot:
He is a ﬁnancial professional and public speaker with almost two decades of 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 (Cullen/Frost Bankers), he led his division to four consecutive years of double-digit revenue growth, increasing revenue by over 83 percent while simultaneously increasing the profit margin from 27% to 37%.
During those 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.
In addition to his success at Frost Bank, he also increased sales by double-digits while a regional manager with firms such as Guaranty Bank and JPMorgan Chase.
Furthermore, prior to his career in financial services, he earned a US Patent for his graduate school research at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, titled, “Lipid Complexed Topoisomerase I Inhibitors.”