Follow the Leader Premieres Tonight!

The day that I have been waiting for and telling you about for days, weeks, and even months, is finally here.

Follow The Leader premieres TONIGHT at 10p ET/PT on CNBC.

So be sure to tune in or DVR it for later.

Tonight, the series kicks off with billionaire John Paul Dejoria, the co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems and Patron Tequila. And the episode’s already abuzz. Here’s my interview in Inc. Magazine and my hometown newspaper, The Worcester Telegram & Gazette.

Without giving away too much in the first episode with JP Dejoria, you’ll learn:

  • What does it take to create a billion dollar brand?
  • How can a billionaire run and operate a business without a computer?
  • Is JP media trained for the cameras? Or is he always this happy?

I also shared some juicy takeaways from the episode right here.

And be sure to log onto Twitter to chat with me LIVE during and after the episode starting at 10pm. I’ll be tweeting along and answering your questions. I’m @Farnoosh on Twitter.

Please keep in touch and tell me what you think of the show.

See you tonight!


PS – If you haven’t already, follow/like Follow The Leader on Twitter and Facebook to get a behind-the-scene look at the leaders and all the forthcoming drama this season.

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