Reading is a well-intended habit for business tycoons like Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and Oprah Winfrey. If you’re looking to bolster your real estate business, you too should develop a commitment to reading. From tidbits on marketing to tailored steps to real estate excellence, the following books will offer you motivation, inspiration, and strategy.
Here are five books sure to up your real estate game.
By Gary Keller
Providing a step-by-step action plan, The Millionaire Real Estate Agent will help you to identify your intrinsic motivation for working, while outlining some lofty goals. To achieve these goals, Keller explains the three ‘L’s crucial for a booming and successful real estate business – leads, listings, and leverage. And, pointing to a historical political figure, Keller reminds us that failure is a likely milestone in the quest for personal success.
By Hal Elrod
After a near-death car crash followed by the financial crisis of 2008, author Hal Elrod, sunk into a debilitating depression. Influenced by a close friend, Hal slowly begins to proactively focus (through exercise, meditation, and journaling) on exactly what he wanted from each day. Uncovering a life-changing morning routine, Hal went on to pen The Miracle Morning outlining the routine to curate positive, successful and productive days – with the potential to positively change one’s life.
By Michael E. Gerber
Though it’s relatively boring cover might deter you, The E Myth Revisited uncovers (then offers solutions) to the problems common to many small businesses. With the belief that most small business owners are three people in one, Gerber outlines these three dysfunctional roles. Providing his Business Development Program, Gerber offers a roadmap to small business success through seven thought-provoking steps.
By Bob Burg & John David Mann
Aiming to not just improve one’s business and profits, but also their relationships and success in life, The Go-Giver shares the “Five Laws of Stratospheric Success”. Using a fable, Burg & Mann explain: The Law of Value, The Law of Compensation, The Law of Influence, The Law of Authenticity, and The Law of Receptivity, With the belief that success results not from what you get, rather how much you give, The Go-Giver offers a heart-centred approach to a successful business.
By Seth Godin
Author of one of the most popular blogs in the world, it’s fair to say that the author of Purple Cox, Seth Godin, is a master of marketing. With competition to stand out among endless advertising, products and services, Godin encourages business owners to Be Remarkable using his mantra, “Do one thing worth talking about every day.”