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Mar 8, 2016

 I am joined by two people with whom share very little in common. However we are all friends and do share the same name. Yes, Three Tom Nardones for the price of one. 

 

 


Tom Nardone Michigan

Tom Nardone is a prolific entrepreneur. He has founded four companies that each have more than $1,000,000 in annual revenue.

PriveCo is his most popular and he is very passionate about providing the utmost privacy. Since 1998 he has worked to keep your life as private as possible. Over 900,000 people trust Tom with their personal information and he takes the trust of every single one seriously.

His favorite quote is "To get one great idea you need one hundred ideas and a system to determine which one is the best." By Gurminder Bedi. This principle was used to launch PriveCo Inc. and has guided its success ever since.

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 Tom Nardone (Florida)

Tom Nardone is an example of pursuing the American Dream of financial freedom. At age 19, he started working for the Post Office as a mailman. It didn’t take him long to realize that the security entrapment of “good job” is not a lot different from a 30 year jail sentence.

“You feel trapped, and your income is limited.” Realizing his “good government job” was not going to make his dreams of being financially free come true, Tom took some real estate investing courses and bought his first house in 1983 at just 23 years old. Shortly thereafter he recognized a valuable asset available to him that his real estate investor competition did not have.

 

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Mar 2, 2016

Tom is joined by a listener in the Tom Nardone studio as they talk about hoarding. Kristin Weicht is a real life hoarder.

 

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