Jim Toner is a real estate investor who has been a radio show host and a live speaker who has appeared at venues all over the United States. He has a way with explaining how the world of real estate investing works to the average person and is paid lots of money to teach people through his real estate investment programs. As an philanthropist, Toner has been highlighted for his generosity and work with homeless people and veterans. He supports the Salvation Army and Frank and Nilsa McKinney’s Caring House Project Foundation.
Jim Toner (@thejimtoner) believes that one of the best ways to get involved in real estate investment or anything else is to just jump in and get your hands dirty. He has commented that too many people sit around thinking about working on an idea but that many of them never get it going because they take too long to start. According to Toner, a lot of other people never get started because they are full of doubt and continue to question if their idea is a good one to begin with. He believes that people should just take a chance and try something because they will either find out it doesn’t work or it will work. Either way, they will learn something.
Jim Toner isn’t one to get into any new kinds of trends. He believes that there are plenty of reasons to focus on the fundamentals of any kind of business venture a person gets into and that these are usually sufficient. He has come around to the idea of Podcasts and appreciates the way that they provide content that is easy to consume. He has commented that there are plenty of experts, out there, offering solid content for free, but he also suggests that entrepreneurs should listen for a bit and then get to work implementing their idea.
Jim Toner has found that staying healthy and going to the gym has helped him to remain a productive entrepreneur. He finds that it is a way to challenge himself and is a believer that staying in shape takes discipline. He feels that people can use this discipline to become better businessmen and businesswomen. Follow Jim Toner on Facebook.