Secrets Of A Multi-Millionaire Mogul: My Interview With “Shark Tank” Star Lori Greiner (HD Video)

Take a look around your world.

Does it ever feel like some people have an inordinate share of success in business and life?

Superstars like this are:

  • Launching successful startups and making millions
  • Starting projects/hobbies…and actually getting good at them
  • In great relationships with the perfect partner
  • Always going to the coolest events

Meanwhile, mere mortals like us struggle with basic things like:

  • Just having enough money to pay bills on time
  • Weeding through pages of creeps to find one acceptable date on OKCupid
  • Wishing we had a better social life, but resigning ourselves to Fritos and BBT (Big Bang Theory…duh) on Friday nights instead

Hmm…

Ok, something’s off here.

Is there some secret that these superstars know that we don’t?
Is it possible for US to become one of them?

These are questions that I’ve wondered for a LOOOONNNNG time — and unfortunately, they are really hard to answer unless you’re able to TALK to one of these superstars.

Luckily for you, I was able to speak to one and bring her wisdom back to the masses.

Call me Prometheus DiPiazza.

I’d like to introduce you to my friend, Lori Greiner.

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You may be familiar with Lori, as you see her face every Friday night on ABC’s Emmy-nominated show Shark Tank.

But what you probably don’t know about her is that outside of being fun to watch, she packs some SERIOUS credentials — including having over 500 inventions and 120 patents to her name.

Yes, you read that correctly.

Pick your jaw up off the floor. I’ll wait.

Now I want you to think about that for a minute.

Lori wasn’t born a successful inventor. Nobody taught her how to do this.

It all started 17 years ago with a simple idea for an interesting jewelry box.

Now, she has an estimated net worth over over $100 million from all of her creations. And she’s just getting started.

I invited Lori to my studio to break down her success — step-by-step. What she has to share is amazing, and some of the secrets she reveals are really surprising.

Here’s a sneak peak. You can download the full 30-minute interview for free at the bottom of the page:

In this incredible interview, you’ll learn:

  • The key to becoming productive and creative — even when you’re feeling exhausted (3:16)
  • How to determine if your business/product idea is a “hero” or a “zero” (3:50)
  • What to do if your launch an idea…and it fails (6:10)
  • How to determine when to outsource and when to do it yourself (7:00)
  • Which traits an entrepreneur MUST have to succeed (10:02)
  • Much more, including info about her new book “Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!”

    Click to download the 30-minute interview — free

Props for anyone that catches me ask her to patent my foot.

Enjoy this, guys — and apply these amazing lessons!

12 comments
Sasha Rodriguez
Sasha Rodriguez

Great interview! I listened while I washed the dishes lol

Sasha Rodriguez
Sasha Rodriguez

I learned while I laughed! Loved the interview sneak peak dude.. Can wait to see the full video.. Your personality keeps me tuned!!!

Viktor
Viktor

Well its about  GODDAMN TIME!!!!

Haha just kidding. Interview was great :)
I pissed myself with happiness when it was released...

AnnikaStahlberg
AnnikaStahlberg

Hey, loving the inteview and LOVING the studio! It looks so pro - was it tough to create? Looking forward to seeing more awesome videos soon! :)

paulanealmooney
paulanealmooney

That's awesome you got to interview her! I love her on Shark Tank -- and now I just Googled and discovered I'm the same age as Lori.


Anyway, good post.

Rich20Something
Rich20Something moderator

@Viktor  That is EXACTLY what I was going for. Content so good, you LITERALLY can't contain yourself.

Rich20Something
Rich20Something moderator

@AnnikaStahlberg  Glad you enjoyed this, Annika! We haven't talked it a bit. Sorry about that! Been hard at work, as you can see :) What was you biggest takeaway from the interview?

paulanealmooney
paulanealmooney

@Rich20Something @paulanealmooney  Yes, because I think she's pretty and is a great business woman.


I love her calm manner of negotiating deals with others, even in the face of Mr. Not-So-Wonderful's quips and "You're dead to me" insults.


In your interview with Lori, I believe the best statement was when she stated that it helps to follow our passions and not just the money, because our passions help to energize us -- making us want to work harder anyway. Great job, Daniel!