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Loral Langemeier is a money expert, sought after speaker, entrepreneurial thought leader, and best-selling author of five books.
Her goal: to change the conversation people have about money worldwide and empower people to become millionaires.
The CEO and Founder of Live Out Loud, Inc. – a multinational organization — Loral relentlessly and candidly shares her best advice without hesitation or apology. What sets her apart from other wealth experts is her innate ability to recognize and acknowledge the skills & talents of people, inspiring them to generate wealth.
She has created, nurtured, and perfected a 3-5 year strategy to make millions for the “Average Jill and Joe.” To date, she and her team have served thousands of individuals worldwide and created hundreds of millionaires through wealth-building education keynotes, workshops, products, events, programs, and coaching services.
Unique & Passionate
Luminaries including Bob Proctor, John Gray, Jay Conrad Levinson, and Michael Gerber are powerful champions of her work. T. Harv Ecker says:
Loral Langemeier’s investment strategies make millionaires – and the best thing is … anyone can use them.
Loral’s straight talk and charming personality electrifies audiences and inspires powerful action from live stages and television programs ranging from CNN, CNBC, The Street TV, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel-America’s Nightly Scoreboard, The Dr. Phil Show, and The View. She is a regular guest-host on The Circle in Australia and has been featured in articles in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes Magazine and was the breakout star in the film The Secret.
With unquestionable candor, she is quick to speak her truth and leave an impact on anyone she meets. Some of her best “Loralisms” include:
- “Get off your lazy assets.”
- “Millionaires don’t leave money to chance.”
- “Companies make money. People get taxed.”
- “You are here to do something bette.r”
- “Change and engage your relationship with money. Start first by hanging out with people who have it.”
- “Entrepreneurs change economies.”
- “Entrepreneurs solve problems and need needs.”
- “What problem do you solve and what needs do you meet?”
- “Say YES and figure out how to get it done.
From A Farm to Finances
Growing up on her family’s farm in Nebraska, even from a young age Loral was never content to simply sit back, becoming part of the small-town status quo. Loral began her career working with the Chevron Corporation right out of college. But, it was clear to her early on that there was more to life than cubicles and trading her time for dollars. Despite her own fears and hesitation from friends and family, Loral quit her job to become an executive coach. Virtually overnight, Loral quintupled her income, while working much less. With her newfound freedom of time and accumulation of wealth, she founded Live Out Loud, Inc.
Loral has been a partner or sole owner in well over one hundred for-profit and non-profit businesses since she started her first business while still attending high school. She has operated successful businesses in a wide variety of sectors including real estate, gas and oil, restaurants, marketing, sales, insurance, cannabis, publishing and entity formation, among many others. She has learned many valuable, first-hand business lessons during her more than 30 years of business ownership including the importance of clearly defined departments such as marketing, sales, accounting, customer service and fulfillment. She hiring amazing, qualified team members and setting clearly defined expectations is paramount to operating a successful business.
Today, she and her team work diligently to teach people how money matters and how they, too, can take their seats at The Big Table, as she did. She passionate encourages and facilitates conversations around money, often shifting perspectives and helping to increase people’s livelihoods.
Charity, Legacy, & Community Work
Loral has operated in 6 out of 7 continents with most of her charitable work dedicated to children and military members. On a volunteer basis, her efforts include teaching financial literacy at the middle, high school and college level as well as speaking on the topic of entrepreneurial education at several Air Force and Naval bases across the country.
Through her business, Live Out Loud, she has provided free financial education on fundraising via her mentorship programs, to hundreds of children by providing scholarships of well over $3,000,000 over the past 15 years. Additionally, having earned a Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology, she was the driving force behind a $240,000 initiative to raise capital to rebuild the strength and conditioning program at South Lake Tahoe High School, including the hiring of an experienced athletic trainer for the student athletes.
Loral has also worked with the Department of Veterans Affairs to offer continuing financial education to both active duty and retired military personnel. She created the Serve Out Loud initiative in 2010 to support and mentor veteran-owned small businesses. By providing business resources aimed at arming U.S. vets with the tools they need to start their own businesses she believes they will see that the skills, knowledge and experiences they gained from their service can actually work for them to achieve their goal of becoming financial independent. Loral continues to offer substantial discounts to all military members to attend her business training and mentorship programs.
Leaving a meaningful legacy is something extremely important to Loral. She is a frequent donor to charitable groups including The Boys and Girls Club of America, The Lake Tahoe Bear League, An Empowered Woman Foundation, Life School and Family Resource Centers. She has developed special programs for women and children and, in 2012, raised $40,000 for the founder of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She also runs Serve Out Loud, a program aimed at providing discounted education in financial literacy to United States Veterans.
In addition to the numerous for-profit businesses Loral has owned she has also founded or participated in several non-profit businesses. In 2007 she became a partner in Give Out Loud, a non-profit primarily focused on providing financial and business education to children and the underprivileged. Give Out Loud was dedicated to finding creative ways to blend corporate capitalism with social giving. In 2002 she became an advisory board member of the non-profit business, Life School (now known as Go Adventure). Through her mentorship, the Life School founders were able to generate business income and become less reliant on donors, which allowed them to reach even more at-risk youths. In addition to her time and business expertise, she was the primary donor to Life School for the first 10 years of its existence.