With billion-dollar ups and million-dollar downs, Bill Bartmann has one of the best rags-to-riches stories around. And he has more than his fair share of lessons to show for it. In fact, he's become somewhat of a failure-to-success expert and says one of his goals is to do for failure what Betty Ford has done for alcoholism. And after you listen to this interview, you'll know exactly what he means by that.
As one of eight children, Bill Bartmann started out with nothing. His father was a janitor and his mother a housecleaner. After spending time in a carnival and a gang, Bill realized he needed a better plan for his life. So he put himself through college and law school and started investing in real estate. After having a good deal go bad, Bill found himself a million dollars in debt with creditors harassing him at all hours.
Oddly enough, Bill Bartmann ended up making his billions in the debt resolution business. He credits part of his success to being at the right place at the right time. The rest, he says, was recognizing the opportunity. This interview is all about Bill's amazing life journey and all the many lessons he's learned along the way.
Anyway, here's some of what you'll hear in this interview…
* The top five mistakes that businesses should never make
* How stopping the negative talk can make all the difference
* Ways to keep your money safe before disaster strikes
* How to spot when a business is headed for trouble
* How to pick yourself up from failure
* And much, much more
Bill Bartmann is proof that no matter how far down you get, you'll always be able to pick yourself up if you believe in yourself. So whether you've suffered a failure or you just want to make sure you don't, this is the interview for you.
It's a two-hour, two-part audio that's full of inspiration and guidance that everyone, not just entrepreneurs, will be able to benefit from. Oh, federal regulations require me to tell you that If you go to Bill's site and buy something, I do make money!