Jim Toner: A Productive Entrepreneur Focusing On The Fundamentals

Jim toner is a serial entrepreneur, real estate investor, speaker, consultant, and a radio show host. He stresses the value of intelligent real estate investments through his speeches. His talks have seen him be associated with people like Bill Bartman, Frank McKinney, as well as the Napoleon Hill Foundation. His knowledge and views on making real estate investments user-friendly have put him on a bigger map. In other words, his speeches on real estate investment programs attract audiences from all over the country.

His efforts as a philanthropist have been recognized. He sits as a member in the Frank and Nilsa McKinney’s Caring House Project Foundation and the Pennsylvania Salvation Army’s Advisory Board Chair of Pittsburg. Jim Toner is currently working with a limited Private client Group and coaching groups. He has a team dubbed “The Band of Rebels,” which he says it is more of an attitude than a name. Jim says this team has developed a little bit of a rebellious attitude from the diverse experiences that they have. This attitude is not directed towards the customer, but the ‘system’ wh9ch has different obstacles that hamper the entrepreneurial activities.

Working out and reading are some of his daily routines, which he does every morning to get his mind ready for the activities of the day. This is why he is fond of listening to audiobooks as well as podcasts. Jim Toner does not believe in working every day of the week adding that it is important to prevent burn out. To maintain productivity, it is crucial to work on your body and mind.

Regarding the way he brings his ideas to life, Jim Toner says the best thing is to do it, instead of spending too much valuable time thinking of how you can implement it. An idea can only fail to work if you bring it to life.

Jim Toner focuses on the fundamental and what makes him a productive entrepreneur is through working out. Reading is something he will continue doing. Jim says that no matter what a person is going through, they still can make it, only if you have a plan as well as determination.

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