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how to be a boss in business
Michael Franzese, arguably the biggest revenue producer in The Mafia, teaches you how to “Be A Boss In Business”. He takes you from A-Z on everything he learned from his tenure in the mafia. Michael is notoriously known for the techniques he used to make $8 million a week in revenue and beat the big oil companies at their own game. This 12 lesson course doesn’t highlight the life but it does share insights from that life and how to apply it to in todays world.
Michael Franzese (born May 27, 1951) is an American former New York mobster and caporegime of the Colombo crime family, and son of former underboss Sonny Franzese. Franzese was enrolled in a pre-med program at Hofstra University, but dropped out to make money for his family after his father was sentenced to 50 years in prison for bank robbery in 1967. He eventually helped implement a scheme to defraud the federal government out of gasoline taxes in the early 1980s.
By the age of 35, in 1986, Fortune Magazine listed Franzese as number 18 on its list of the “Fifty Most Wealthy and Powerful Mafia Bosses”. Franzese had claimed that at the height of his career, he generated up to $8 million per week. In 1986, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison on conspiracy charges, released in 1989, rearrested in 1991 for a parole violation, and ultimately released in 1994. Soon after, he retired to California and is now a motivational speaker and writer.
Code of cosa nostra explained by Sammy the bull gravano
Sammy “The Bull” Gravano takes a deeper dive into La Cosa Nostra, speaking about “Omerta” and the importance of keeping your word. As he will tell you, without your word, you’re nothing. Telling a lie doesn’t make you strong; it makes you weak. The lessons “The Bull” learned on the street have kept him alive—and thriving—against all odds. His wisdom might be just what you need to avoid being on the wrong end of trouble.
Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano (born March 12, 1945) is an American gangster who became underboss of the Gambino crime family. Gravano played a major role in prosecuting John Gotti, the crime family’s boss, by agreeing to testify as a government witness against him and other mobsters in a deal in which he confessed to involvement in 19 murders.
In 1997, Gravano was consulted several times for the biographical book about his life, Underboss by author Peter Maas. In February 2000, Gravano and nearly 40 other ring members—including his ex-wife Debra, daughter Karen and son Gerard—were arrested on federal and state drug charges. In 2002, Gravano was sentenced in New York to twenty years in prison. A month later, he was also sentenced in Arizona to nineteen years in prison to run concurrently. He was initially scheduled to be released in March 2019, however, was released early in September 2017.