In the mid 2000s, not many young people would
walk away from a hot job on Wall Street, but that's
exactly what New Yorker Talor Zamir did.
In 2005, he compared his mortgage trading desk's
projections to what he knew about the real world of
real estate, decided they were crazy, and walked away.
He headed to Las Vegas where he built a short sales
real estate machine to pick up the pieces of the inevitable
fall out...which as we all know came.
Along the way, Talor discovered a love for speaking
and teaching, but then made another earth-changing
discovery: being on the road all the time is not fun.
How to make as much (but probably more) staying home
than roaming the country putting on workshops and