Jim Toner has been in the real estate industry for the entirety of his professional career. He started out as a real estate investor and his success at this led to him being a radio show host. He is now a public speaker about how to make money in his industry and also offers consulting services.
He has spoken all over the country about the opportunities of making money in real estate. He has shared the stage with other luminaries in the field of real estate such as Sharon Lechter, Bill Bartmann, Frank McKinney, and the team at The Napoleon Hill Foundation. People are happy to spend anywhere from $2,000 to $15,000 to hear him talk because he offers a very user friendly way to make money buying and selling real estate. He offers a system he has dubbed “12 Little Houses Plan”.
Jim Toner is also a philanthropist. His efforts to help veterans and the homeless across the nation has been nationally recognized. He has been a member of the Caring House Project Foundation for several years. He has also served the Salvation Army Pittsburg location as one of their advisory board chairs.
He is one member of “The Band of Rebels”. This is a collection of individuals who have worked in the trenches when it comes to buying and selling real estate. He says the members of this group share a similar attitude to investing in real estate and towards what he calls the “system”. He says that there are a lot of obstacles in place when it comes to being an entrepreneur in real estate which is why a lot of people don’t find success in this industry.
In order to succeed people need to take action he says. Jim Toner sees a lot of people who come up with a business idea but then just let it slip by without acting on it, preferring to just stick with the status quo. What stops most people from acting is that they are overly worried it won’t work out. He says you need to take a cue from Nike and “Just Do It”. If the idea doesn’t work out you really haven’t lost anything, he says, and if it does work out then you’re on the path of financial success.
Jim Toner says that your best bet with a new business idea is to build a flexible working model of it and then begin a series of testing this idea. He says that most ideas fail this repeated testing that is to be expected. A .300 batter in baseball is recognized as being a pretty good hitter despite failing to get a hit in 7 out of 10 plate appearances, after all.
His latest book is here: https://sendinthewolves.com/meet-the-team