He used charm, others’ personal tragedies and fake celebrity endorsements. How Christopher LaVoie cast his reality show and reeled in successful entrepreneurs.
Christopher LaVoie was a successful man with a great sense of humor and a wicked sense of style. He had a reputation for being fearless and always looking out for the best interests of his clients.
He had the most sophisticated business dealings of anyone I have ever worked with. And he was extremely well-liked.
Now, to be fair, he was a lawyer, a Harvard Law School graduate and a graduate of the prestigious Wharton School of Finance. That isn’t exactly the same as being well-liked.
But the point is that he had a reputation for being successful and he was not afraid to use that to his advantage.
His clients came from a very elite list. Many were very public figures, and he knew exactly how to use them for his own benefit.
They came from a wide range of categories, including the entertainment industry. He also had a very high number of celebrity clients.
We often use the celebrity endorsement in our business to identify our target audience, but in LaVoie’s case, that came with the job, not the job being a celebrity.
We had celebrities come to our office to ask us to join them on their shows.
LaVoie had a very unique method of identifying the right clients to work with. He would always ask them about their personal lives, and he would take those things into account when making the decision to hire them to help the business.
For example, he might look for the celebrities with successful personal lives.
Of course, he would also look for people with personal struggles. It doesn’t matter how many Oscars, Grammys or Emmys a celebrity has won, if he isn’t dealing with the problems that go along with being famous, he probably doesn’t deserve the money the celebrity is giving him.
Of course, we didn’t look for people who were making lots of money to begin with, and, therefore, didn’t have as much personal turmoil to deal with. That’s why we could attract the successful celebrities.
In the entertainment industry, when someone becomes famous, very often he has a family to deal with, which usually leads to a dramatic change in his personal life.