Release Fact recently published Brian Harris’ article titled, “Jim Toner Guides You to Financial Freedom in the New Economy”. The article discusses the real estate investor and entrepreneur’s secrets to success.
After spending more than 25 years in the real estate investor world, Jim Toner has seen both the pits and the peaks of being an entrepreneur. He was able to go from rags to riches. In the recession, it was nearly impossible to survive in the real estate market. However, he was able to do so and grow into a leading real estate investor and coach within a few short years.
As mentioned in ideamensch.com, After his own personal financial crisis, Toner was able to build up his wealth and begin again. His desire to release his books stemmed from that hope to share the keys to how he built his wealth up. He wanted to help people discover their own form of financial freedom and build up their wealth. Toner suggests that in the next five years, there are a variety of opportunities to build wealth. The only thing an average person needs to capitalize on the opportunity is to be prepared.
One of the most important assets an entrepreneur can have is a great attitude. Though it may seem obvious, attitude is often thrown out quickly when it comes to making decisions with one’s business. Regardless of skill, network, or knowledge, if an entrepreneur’s mind isn’t constantly thinking about positivity or growth, it won’t matter.
Jim Toner also suggests there is an easy way to surround oneself with incredible talent and intelligence of some of the most successful entrepreneurs and businessmen of all time, by reading. By reading constantly, an entrepreneur can gain insight and knowledge from people like Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. But it is also important to build a talented team of individuals. By building a team, an entrepreneur is able to use the training and experience of others to keep growing their business.
Becoming valuable is also an important asset in the workplace, but value requires a healthy mind and body of the worker. This is why Jim Toner (@thejimtoner) suggests entrepreneurs maintain their physical health and mental health through exercise and reading.
Connect with Toner: https://www.facebook.com/public/Jim-Toner