I'm not a big fan of curling up with a good book. But recently, a coworker/friend, suggested a book that was given to her written by Jeffrey Gitomer. I'd heard the name before but didnt know much about him other than he has done some sort of motivational speaking. In the past I have taken Stephen Coveys 7 habits of highly successful people, Dale Carnegies art of speaking, etc. But unless its information relating to real estate or sports I usually won't keep interest. Thats the reason for this blog. I was truly impressed with how much information is in the book. He brings alot of well known facts to life by giving it to you straight. The title of this particular book was "Little Red Book of Selling". I dont know if the rest of his books are nearly as good but I definitely felt obligated to recommend this one. It mentions many of the same items Ive seen on AR the past few weeks such as branding yourself, networking, etc. One of the easiest things to relate to was "How much time is spent each day on things totally unrelated to building your business?" When you truly think about it, there tons of people clicking on the useless titles like(Countrywide on their way out--The market is soooo dead--etc.) Don't let yourself become one of the rest. Seperate yourself from the negativity and network with the positive people. If you like a good book to redirect your thinking, check it out.