Felix Rohatyn was a master of influence.
Just look at the MASSIVE scope of his career…
He started as an investment banker with Lazard in the 1950s… made partner in 1961… and brokered TONS of large corporate mergers and acquisitions through the 1990s.
He was even tasked with keeping the City of New York from going bankrupt in the mid-’70s.
He was THAT good at structuring deals — and keeping them on track.
Under Bill Clinton, he parlayed his rapport-building skills into a political career, serving as the U.S. ambassador to France from 1997–2000.
Unfortunately, though, all greats must pass… and Felix died in December of last year.
But there are a TON of really important lessons we can learn from him…
Lessons that will not only raise the bar for you as a dealmaker but that you can also implement in other areas of your life to build stronger, more powerful relationships.
Take a look by clicking on the video below.
Until next time, bye for now.
Editor and co-founder, Dealmaker Wealth Society
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