Former stockbroker, registered investment advisor, seven time All-American, retired professional athlete, real estate professional and cryptocurrency expert Eliot Tabron is on Dr Nancy Knows. As the CEO of Winner Circle Network Eliot empowers people to set investment and personal goals and teaches them how to build wealth using cryptocurrencies, real estate and small business investments.
Eliot shares that bitcoin is the grandfather of cryptocurrencies. As an investor and financial coach, Eliot has years of full-time research and personal experience winning in the cryptocurrency market.
The wealth shift is here. Eliot explains “If we miss this then shame on us. We can get healthier, improve our immune and upper respiratory system while having our own home based business, we will get healthier along with getting into the game of cryptocurrency right now for only 500 dollars. As a former stockbroker I can say I have not seen anything like this in my lifetime. Come on everyone, Tesla just bought 1.5 billion dollars of bitcoin, Elon Musk is an influential and a billionaire. Many corporations will follow. Don’t wait another day.”.
“It’s not how much money you make but what you do with it. If you’re a minority and still complaining about corporate discrimination and other excuses why you are not achieving your financial goals this message is for you. There were and still are many success stories of people coming to this country with less than 500 dollars of all colors and becoming financially successful. You may say you just can’t do that or you may say you can. You are right in both cases, the power of words and thoughts. Learn to become an entrepreneur. Invest that stimulus check, at least half of it into something that can multiply. Even though there are risks you have no choice if you want more. If you think putting it in the bank and getting less than 1 percent or blowing it on Gucci is the answer I assure you it’s not. You have a number of better options, #forex #cryptocurrency #homebasedbusiness invest in yourself and believe. Start now. If you want more information about these options direct message me or someone else who has achieved what you’d like too.“Eliot Tabron, Facebook March 26, 2021
Eliot’s advise is to listen to those who’s own life shows signs of success. Find mentors who have achieved things in life that align with your vision and learn from them. Eliot’s best and most successful clients are teachable and coachable. He shares that they allow mentors to challenge and inspire you. Be positive, vibrant and be excited about going to the next level.
Eliot began his pursuit of excellence through athletics. At Wayne State University he was a three time (twice in the 100-meter dash and once in the 200-meter dash) All-American. Eliot finished second at the 1980 NCAA meet in the 100-meters with a time of 10.32. An invitee to the 1980 U.S. Olympic trials, Tabron earned two varsity letters at Wayne State (1979-80). He transferred to Michigan State when WSU de-emphasized its track program and won the 400-meters (45.32) at the 1982 Big Ten Championships, while placing second in the 200-meters. He also anchored the runner-up 400-meter relay (40.47) and was the third leg of the Big Ten Champion 1,600-meter relay (3:08.75). Tabron also broke the MSU 400-meter indoor record in 1983 with a time of 47.05. At the 1983 Indoor Central Collegiate meet, Tabron took first in the 400-meter run (47.05), breaking Indiana’s Sunder Nix Big Ten mark of 47.93. Tabron’s mark was the fourth fastest run in the U.S. that year to that point and the third best in the NCAA. He also anchored MSU’s victorious 1,600-meter relay team which set a Big Ten record with a time of 3:10.00. He also had a national qualifying time on the 440-yard dash of 47.41.
Tabron won the Outstanding Athlete of the Meet award at the 1983 Central Collegiate Conference Championships outdoor meet in Toledo. He equaled the world’s best 400-meter time (45.17) of the year, and was also a member of the champion 1,600- and 400-meter relay squads. During his two years at WSU, Tabron set the school record in the 100-meters (10.31) and 200-meters (20.82). As a freshman he ran a 10.31 in the 100-meters, which placed him third in the NCAA. He was the No. 2 ranked 400-meter man in the world in 1984 and the Track and Field magazine’s pick to win the Olympic gold, until a hamstring injury just months before the Olympic trials did not allow him to compete. Tabron graduated from Michigan State in 1982 with a degree in psychology. *