Jim Toner is the acclaimed Real Estate Magnet who grew up in humble conditions and set his heart, mind, eyes, hands and feet on entrepreneurship as soon as he did the math..of money ..of number of hours in a day ..of number of days in a year ..and realized there was no way for him to achieve what he wanted to accomplish for his family if he continued to work for someone else. Likewise, the math still didn’t work toward his and his family’s favor even if he worked for 3 different ‘someone else’s. Consequently, he bravely took on the Real Estate Investment (REI) challenge and quickly turned his life around for the better.
Real estate entrepreneur Jim Toner has over a quarter of a century of experience in the real estate investment field thriving through economic downturns just as successfully as during bullish periods. His major bout with adversity was dealt to him and his family via an antithetical methodology against his sage advice to make and keep oneself attractive to the market. But he and his family members did overcome the sabotage and ultimately were better off for it.. ..better neighborhood, ..better life perspective, ..better appreciation for one another’s loyalty and a better attraction, namely his globally received book, “Jim Toner Is Dead: Manifesto.”
According to ideamensch.com, along with investing in yourself such that others will feel eager to invest in you and buy into your business and that authorship is a keen way to reach that level, Jim shares a number of other keys to success. They fit itemized into three categories, A. Self, B. Interaction with others and C. Business management. A1. Get up early. A2. Exercise physically. A3. Reflect on your faith and your aims for the day. A4. Honestly hold yourself unto strict accountability. A5. Read often. B1. Share the breakfast meal with your loved ones. B2. While enjoying breakfast, review with one another your goals for the day, any concerns regarding possible challenges and encourage one another towards confidence. B3. Respond to and initiate communication that you need to address with those outside of your immediate home circle. B4. Make yourself available both attitudinal and presently to others who may need your interventive assistance. As Jim Toner explains it, don’t miss out on an opportunity to do well for another person because that’s the essence of why we exist. C1. Analyze your business’s statistics. C2. Assess and communicate your desire for your Company’s goals. C3. Inspire your work team. C4. Surround yourself with people who perform certain skills much better than yourself. C5. Develop more than one or two streams of income. C6. Differentiate your product or service and charge a high end price for it. C7. Know where you are positioned tax wise. C8. Delegate or outsource tasks so as to unencumber your creativity. C9. Persist knowing that setbacks are temporary and that not even an utter financial debacle signifies the end.