My guest in this episode is J Thomas Martin. After J got out of jail for selling cocaine at 19, he made the decision that he would find a legal way to make good money, and live the life he always dreamed of. After going back to college and eventually graduating with a degree in economics & minor in finance, he ended up working in bank regulation during the financial crisis. J learned two important lessons along the way..
He loved traveling on his limited vacation time, and Real Estate could be a lucrative field
He then made 2 decisions: he would quit his job to travel the world full-time and he would use Real Estate to help him do that.
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819: Louis O’ Connor: The Case For Strategic Metals
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