Jim Toner, a man of many hats, has enjoyed a long-standing and incredibly successful career mainly as a real estate investor. However, he likes empowering other people with what he knows and help them improve their lives with his rich knowledge, which is why he is also a renowned speaker and radio show host.
Toner has been a key player in real estate for close to three decades and has traveled all over the country to deliver talks with some big names such as Bill Bartman, Frank McKinney, Sharon Lechter and many others. Through his unique advice, Jim has helped transform real estate by making it more friendly which is why most entrepreneurs go the extra mile by paying hefty air tickets to be part of his programs.
Besides empowering people with knowledge, Jim is a man with a big heart and a unique rags to riches tale. In respect to this, he does all he can to give back to the community and is an active member of various charity organizations such as the Frank and Nilsa McKinney Caring house project foundation and many others.
During a recent interview with Ideasmensch.com, Jim gave the world an in-depth view of his life and how he came to be the successful person he is today. For instance, he reveals that the famed “ Band of the rebels” is not just a name but the attitude of the team of entrepreneurs who are part of it. According to Jim, they have that attitude because they’ve risen against the odds hindering entrepreneurial activities to become the best and they are still doing so, despite the challenges lying ahead of them.
On his facebook account, Jim Toner said he is an early bird and his starts off by hitting the gym as early as 5.30 A.M because he believes that the only way he can achieve his goals is if his body is in good shape. During this time, Jim Toner works out not only physically but also mentally by listening to podcasts. He later moves on to the activities of the day which mostly involve working on his next sales copy or book, traveling across the country to attend seminars or check one of his offices. In other words, Jim Toner’s day is not dictated by to-do lists. Instead, he rides along with what the day has to offer. He also takes 20-minute naps in between his day to rejuvenate his body and keep himself productive.