Month: March 2017

Jim Hunt of VTA Publications and the Make Mum A Millionaire Method

VTA Publication is a private liability company that focuses on non-fiction publication. They tend to cater for long-distance learning as well as act as an event organizer that caters to specialized genres. Formed and incorporated back in 2012, VTA Publication has gone ahead to serve thousands of its clients who have benefited from their services and information products.

They strive to provide cutting-edge information to their clients, particularly in economic and finance fields on Twitter by seeking information from reputable sources and individuals around the globe. They do deliver their information in a digital format or through physical books.

VTA Publication offers a broad range of their products and services aimed at helping their clients to attain their learning needs and achieve their personal goals. These products and services range from seminars, courses, books, and DVDs.
Among their most interesting courses is the ‘Make Mom A Millionaire.’ This is a step-by-step method that the founder of VTA Publications, Jim Hunt, is planning to use to make his mother a millionaire in just ten trades.

Asked about this approach, Jim replied that he intends to use a thousand pound as an initial trading amount and use the compounding method to increase the profits and within ten trades on beta.companieshouse.gov.uk, he would have reached the million pound goal.

Who is Jim Hunt?

Jim Hunt was born in East Kent in the UK. He is considered by many as the stock trade ‘whistleblower’ who tends to help the ‘little guy’ fight the ‘big guys.’ The little guy was referring to the ordinary person while the big guys were referring to big corporate and financial institutions.

He is currently working for a financial research company, and his nature of work enables him to commute occasionally between the UK and the US. Through these movements, he has met and interacted with many people.

His passion for books made him form VTA Publications that was aimed at helping thousands of people around the world get access to better information to fulfill their personal goals.

Tammy Mazzocco Likes To Sell Real Estate

If you ever have the hankering to go into the real estate business, a good model for you to follow would be Tammy Mazzocco of the Judy Gang Real Estate Group in Pickerington, Ohio. Mazzocco works the area of four surrounding counties, Franklin, Delaware, Licking, and Fairfield.

Mazzocco has been around real estate for quite a few years, starting as a secretary for a commercial real estate company. Her experience for the next several years was as a support person, and then as a licensed support person, but she never actually thought about becoming an agent.

Then she worked for a very successful broker for RE/MAX, and it was like a light bulb going off in her head. She suddenly saw the income opportunity, and she saw that it was for her. She joined the Judy Gang Team. Judy had been a good friend and a mentor to Tammy, and it has been a good relationship all along.

Selling real estate is a people business, and as complex as real estate can become as a discipline, it knows how to work with people that ultimately spells success. Without qualified buyers, the real estate business will not exist.

Tammy has learned how to make her clients feel special, and even before they become clients. She habitually leaves baskets and jars of goodies at local teacher’s lounges and fire and police stations. She helps her clients with their problems, even some of which are real estate problems. She focuses very hard on her clients because if their problems are not solved, then they will probably not buy.

One of the trends that Tammy certainly likes is the transfer of live prospects by Facebook, Zillow and Realtor.com as these are people who are very interested in looking at homes and they want to talk to somebody. Especially people who are moving in from out of the area. This is an opportunity to connect and the opportunity is golden.

Mazzocco (https://ideamensch.com/tammy-mazzocco/) does derive about 85% of her business from repeat business and referrals, but the new ones coming in simply enriches the pot, so to speak.

When she is asked what motivates her, she simply says that she likes to set goals and then break them down into smaller action steps. It is a lot easier to get excited about a smaller task that can be achieved today on the way to a bigger objective. Lots of time spent, on small steps, equals big achievements in the long run.

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How Dick DeVos Has Earned His Respect Over The Years

Sometimes philanthropy is looked at as simply a side job for businessmen and famous people, but for Dick DeVos he has been active in it for many years. He’s been listed in several media outlets as one of the nation’s top giving people, and its a trademark his family has embraced throughout the years. His father Richard DeVos Sr. gave to many local charities throughout his business career and was the recipient of the Simon Prize in 2006. Dick has followed in those footsteps winning the Spectrum Health Foundation’s Art of Giving award that same year and he has aimed his philanthropy at improving social causes throughout the state. Dick and his wife Betsy have never been ostentatious about the amounts they’ve given, but during the confirmation hearings of Betsy’s nomination to Secretary of Education this last month, they disclosed that their lifetime giving has totaled around $139 million.

 

Dick DeVos is from the Grand Rapids area and has been a longtime businessman as have his brothers Daniel and Douglas and his sister Cheri. He started out at his family business Amway Corporation helping with small tasks as a young boy, but he moved into the managerial roles at only 19. At 29 he became a company vice president and during his time in that role he was responsible for growing sales in the European and Asian Pacific markets. Dick briefly left Amway in 1989 and launched his own business, The Windquest Group in 1989 which has become a large investor in Michigan based companies. He returned to Amway in 1993 and became CEO. He focused even more resources in the foreign markets as CEO and in his final year at the company he helped bring in $4.5 billion in profits. Dick stepped down in 2002 and devoted his resources to The Windquest Group.

 

Dick and his wife Betsy have made most of their philanthropy about education, though they have also donated to local food banks, hospitals, churches, museums and arts centers. They have been staunch proponents of school of choice and making private education more affordable for lower income families. They’ve helped establish scholarships towards this effort and even tried at one time to get voucher programs and tax credit legislation passed but came up short. They have been against Common Core and started the Great Lakes Education Project to expand charter schools. They also founded one of their own called The West Michigan Aviation Academy.

 

Dick DeVos has always been politically active and supports Republican candidates, and one time he decided he himself needed to make a difference in the political arena by running for Governor of Michigan in 2006. He came up short in that effort, but he kept fighting for conservative reform agendas. He eventually led an effort that passed state right-to-work legislation in 2012. He and Betsy also support groups such as Hudson Institute, Heritage Foundation and Action Institute.