Jason Hartman on How to Create Wealth in Any Economy

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A self-made young millionaire by age 27, entrepreneur Jason Hartman found his life’s calling – to help others achieve wealth. To do that he started The Creating Wealth Show. The most current episode features an interview with his mother Joyce. She started with a low income job and a small $12,000 investment and turned it into a $7,000,000 portfolio that generated a net income of well over $200,000 annually.

virtually anyone at any time, even during a recession, can achieve wealth, notoriety and a high level of personal satisfaction.

In the most current episode of the Creating Wealth Show, Jason Hartman interviewed his mother Joyce. They talked about her simple low-tech approach to investing in income properties. She shares her experiences parlaying a low income job and a small $12,000 investment into a $7,000,000 portfolio that generated a net income of well over $200,000 annually.

To listen visit http://www.JasonHartman.com/radioshows or search “Jason Hartman” at the iTunes store for a free subscription.

A self-made millionaire while still in his twenties, Jason Hartman was not born into wealth. Starting with practically nothing, he built a successful business and became a professional speaker and author. He has had guest appearances on numerous radio and television shows. Today he helps others achieve wealth as host of the wildly popular Creating Wealth Show.

Hartman speaks from experience. His quest to create wealth began early when he read a real estate book by Robert Allen at the ripe young age of 16. As he became interested in the concepts by attending educational events and reading more books on the subject, he got his real estate license and acquired his first rental property while still in college. Through creativity, persistence and hard work, he soon joined the ranks of the top one-percent of all brokers in America.

He prospered during the 90s recession that hit California hard but realized that he could have done much better with a diversified portfolio of income properties nationwide. That experience led him to start Platinum Properties Investor Network. Hartman’s core belief is that "virtually anyone at any time, even during a recession, can achieve wealth, notoriety and a high level of personal satisfaction." His mom applied these principles to build her wealth.

Hartman now shares wealth-building strategies as the host of "The Creating Wealth Show." The show reaches listeners in 26 countries worldwide. The show has been tracking for over 2,000,000 downloads, and is regularly ranked in the top of the iTunes charts.

According to one of his listeners, “Jason is a fantastic teacher and mentor! Not only does he share his wisdom and immense knowledge from his years of experience, he also teaches you how to put that experience to work in your own life to create your own wealth. It includes great interviews with many well-known professionals.”

Hartman has hosted over 200 shows, interviewing top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts.

Example of past guests include:

·     Robert Kiyosaki - Well-known investor and author of best-selling book series, Rich Dad, Poor Dad

·     Ellen Brown - Economic writer and author of Web of Debt

·     Pat Buchanan - Three-time presidential advisor, besting-selling author and media journalist

·     John Assaraf - One of the experts featured in the hit film and book The Secret

Jason Hartman is the Founder and CEO of Platinum Properties Investor Network, Inc., The Hartman Media Company. In 2005 he established The Jason Hartman Foundation to assist young people with financial literacy (visit http://www.jasonhartmanfoundation.org)

In addition to his Creating Wealth Show, Jason Hartman, is the “go-to economic expert” commentator on KABC 790AM, the #2 Los Angeles talk radio station.

Learn more about Hartman on the following web sites:

Web Site: http://www.JasonHartman.com
Blog: http://www.jasonhartmanblog.com
Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI


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