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Loral Langemeier

Loral Langemeier - About

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Loral Langemeier, founder of Live Out Loud, is the kind of personal development coach that walks the walk and talks the talk. For the last 7 years she has helped thousands of people reach their financial goals and over 600 people become millionaires with her 3 to 5 year wealth-building plan. This incredible accomplishment has earned her the title The Millionaire Maker. One she wears proudly.

In Nebraska during high school when most kids are reading the required English Lit materials, Loral took on the works of George S. Clason, author of 'The Richest Man in Babylon,' as well as 'Think and Grow Rich,' by Napoleon Hill. At just 17 she attended a Dennis Waitley conference and from that experience knew there was nothing more that she wanted to do than positively affect people and their change.

She worked her way through college earning herself a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology and Human Performance. Always the entrepreneur, she started her own business teaching aerobics and personal training while working at a bank to learn banking and investment skills.

With her entrepreneurial ingenuity, Loral used the combination of her Finance Degree and health background to land a contract with a global corporation… Chevron.

After a 5 year run she moved on to San Francisco to work with a world- renowned personal development expert, Robert Kiyosaki. Over the years Loral worked and collaborated with some of the biggest and brightest names in personal and financial development. She understood early on that to become the best - you must seek out the best.

Loral cultivated an innate ability to hone in on the skills and talents of everyday people to inspire them to generate wealth. Over time she created, nurtured, and perfected a 3 to 5 year strategy to make millions for the "Average Jill and Joe".

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  • 1 Alberto // Dec 29, 2012 at 11:46 pm

    Anybody who would have paid 300 dollars to lsiten to these people is just as crazy as they are. Alicia Dunams should be sued for giving out fradulent advice. She is telling people to buy real estate and take risks in a time when we are entering into a depression. Please dont lsiten to these financial charlatans or support them. If they are really so sucessful with their stratagies why do they need to sell books?

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