Jim Toner’s Keys to Success: Exercise and Reading

IdeaMensch, a website that publishes interviews with successful entrepreneurs and doers, recently published an interview with the popular real estate investor and speaker Jim Toner.

Jim Toner has been entrenched in the real estate world for more than 25 years. After both enormous success and crippling failure, Jim Toner has come to understand what it takes to succeed in both business and life. He has gone from making more than a million dollars per year to a bankruptcy and back. He gives his knowledge to the general public in the form of speeches and books.

Jim Toner is the author of a variety of popular real estate investment books like “Send in the Wolves: The Million Dollar, Real-World Education On How to Run a Successful, Profitable Small Business in the New Economy” and “The Consumer’s Guide to Investment Real Estate: How to Profit in Today’s Market Using History’s Greatest Wealth Builder”. He is also dedicated to imparting his knowledge through speeches across the country. He has spoken with a variety of top level entrepreneurial speakers like Napoleon Hill Foundation, Frank McKinney, Sharon Lechter, and Bill Bartmann.

Many people will spend upwards of $15,000 to hear his real estate investment strategies, particularly his “12 Little Houses Plan”. The plan is dedicated to helping people gain financial freedom through real estate investing, helping them live the life of their dreams. He also has a select private client group which always has a long wait list.

One of the keys to Jim Toner’s success is his dedication to keeping his mind and body challenged. He begins each day at the crack of dawn, with a dedicated half hour to simply thinking. But after that, it’s off to the gym. Jim Toner will listen to audiobooks or podcasts while working out to keep his mind sharp. He is very cognizant of the benefit of exercise on the mind’s health as well as the body, especially in times of crises.

Toner said, he also refuses to let a “to-do” list dictate his time. Though he always understands his priorities for what he needs to accomplish throughout the day, he likes to go with the flow. He works in a state of flux. He also recognizes the importance of life outside work. He understands that people can’t work straight through the day and still bring their best to the table. Working that much only leads to burnout of both the mind and the body.

Jim Toner  (@TheJimToner) also feels that reading should be non-negotiable for everyone, regardless of whether they are an entrepreneur or not. He feels that reading not only creates a great break from the grind of working, but it is also the best way to learn about new ideas.

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