Tom Nardone is known as “The Millionaire Mailman” and there is an absolutely incredible story behind that! Going from being a mailman to a millionaire through real estate, Tom has one of the most interesting success stories that you’ll ever hear.
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EP179: From Mailman to Millionaire ft. Tom Nardone
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[10:40] Who is Tom Vardone?
[16:43] Tom V. talks about mentoring.
[17:54] Why is it important to have a mentor?
[24:54] How long did it take you to get out of your job?
[27:13] Can you talk about market timing?
[32:26] What should people do or look out for if there moving markets?
[36:30] What does “don’t let ripe equity fall to the ground.”
[38:29] Give us a few secrets from your book The Real Estate Millionaire
[40:31] If you would rewrite the book what would change?
[43:28] What does good success mean to you?
[44:42] If you had to leave the audience with one thing what would it be?
“Don’t let ripe equity fall to the ground.” Tom Nardone