Securing Your Financial Future During a Pandemic with Jason Bartlett

Securing Your Financial Future During a Pandemic with Jason Bartlett

From 2005- 2008 Jason Bartlett was on top of the world. A successful marketer with a great amount of wisdom with structure, he attracted success. He had the money, cars, the friends, everything he thought he wanted.

A wedding in cabo was one of his last success memories. He describes his life after that as the bottom falling out from under him. When the housing market crashed in 2008, lenders pulled out, he  lost employees, and his fantasy life started crumbling down,

He remembered a pivotal moment of looking at his rolex watch (that he had won) and calling a friend to see if he could loan him money and take that watch as collateral. The friend never called and Jason found himself thinking “maybe it was all fake. Maybe I was just LUCK the first time”

Jason turned it all around but staying focussed on helping OTHERS turn around their hardship and in turn he turned HIS around. TODAY, Jason owns Level Financing and his mission there is to help people formulate and execute an ethical plan to get them out of debt and keep them out of debt. One in which your credit is not ruined.

Join in today and learn exactly how Jason Bartlett leveled up and created everything from nothing!

For a free strategy session with Level Financing, please mention Natalie Jill when booking. They will take great care of you! Got to www.LevelFinancing.com for more information. You can also call them at 333.214.2278 or www.facebook.com/levelfinancing/

On this episode, you will learn:

Practical tips on making it through a recession
How to set your self up for success no matter what
What you should be doing during this crisis

 

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