Gary Johnston

Posted on September 30, 2014 by

Gary JohnstonGary Johnston has been an active investor in real estate and notes for over 20 years. He grew up without a lot of money in a small logging and ranching community in eastern Oregon. His dad always said, “There’s a big difference between being broke and being poor.” He taught Gary that one is a temporary money state and the other is a debilitating mental process. Gary was fortunate to have mentors like his parents and a neighboring rancher named Norbert Volny, who taught him, “You’ll never get rich on a W-2.” Volny encouraged Gary from an early age to build assets that generate cash flow.

After high school Gary attended Oregon Institute of Technology, where he received a bachelor of science in software engineering. Over the next sixteen years he worked for Hewlett-Packard and earned a master of science in management from Purdue. During that time he applied what he learned from my parents, Volny and other mentors he met along the way which as to buy real estate and built assets that generate cash flow. He was fortunate enough to be able to leave HP and the rat race at the age of thirty-eight.

Gary now teaches people how to build a solid financial foundation and obtain financial freedom through assets that generate cash flow. He can’t teach you how to make a million dollars in 30 days, but he can teach you how to build a solid financial foundation and how to make your money make money for you.

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