Marco Kozlowski Teaches Others to Build True Wealth

July 15, 2018
Marco Kozlowski

If there is one thing Marco Kozlowski teaches everyone above all else, it is that the path to wealth is not always easy and it is rarely a straight line. In fact, for him, it began with a long struggle just to find equilibrium. At one point, as a concert pianist, he was young and broke, even though he had a family to take care of and support. Because of this, for a long time, he accepted just about any type of work as a way to make ends meet. Of course, this meant he was losing both time and money, both of which are necessary, according to his definition of wealth.

At some point years ago, Marco Kozlowski made the decision to leave his home in Montreal, and move to Ottawa to make his dream come true, by opening his own music school. That was certainly a scary and difficult move to make with his family, but at that point, he allowed his hopes to overtake his fears. That first music school worked out so well, he decided to open another in Florida. He had no idea at the time, but that move opened up his world and provided him with many opportunities he could never have predicted, since they had nothing to do with music at all.

Almost as soon as he arrived in Florida to open his second music school, something he saw caused him to focus more of his efforts on the real estate industry. It was certainly more promising than taking odd jobs and just trying to make ends meet. He attended a real estate event that made him realize that real estate was a better way of building wealth. The best part was, unlike working at various pursuits where he traded time for money, real estate allowed him to save both money and time.

Marco Kozlowski learned a lot and he made a lot of money in his real estate pursuits and his innate desire to give back and help others led him to share his experience and give more people the opportunity to learn what he had. That is why he created a system with the goal of showing others how they could achieve the success he had.