Work like you're showing off

By
Real Estate Agent with Friestad Realty

Warning, this blog is written to give my opinion and suggest that everyone read the book, "Work Like You're Showing Off!" by Joe Calloway. 

I recently read the awesome book "Work Like You're Showing Off" by Joe Calloway after the owner of the real estate franchise I am an owner of, Gary Keller, suggested I read the book.  This book is one of the most profound, in your face, real, powerful books I have ever read.  Joe takes no time with frills or long drawn out stories or examples, he just tells it like it is.  Showing off is not something this world suggest, however, after reading this awesome book, I would suggest all of us in the real estate community learn how to show off while serving our clients.  Joe is so full of wisdom in the area of being the best in the world at what you do.  Check out this list of some of the three and four page chapters in the book:

3.  All Hat and No Cattle

6.  Get in the Damn Boat and Go

8.  We See Things as We Are

14.  Going All In

19.  What You Think of Me Is None of My Business

21.  Guess What I Want and Other Stupid Mind Games

 

If you are looking for a book that will cost you money...one that is so good you will find yourself buying it by the case to give to your friends, co-workers and clients, I would suggest going to your favorite book store and picking up this amazing book.  Once you read it, write me and tell me you favorite chapter. 

To all the real estate agents that want to be the best..."Work Like You're Showing Off"

Comments (2)

Thomas Santore Lic Associate Real Estate Broker
Coldwell Banker Realty/Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT - Yorktown Heights, NY
Realtor®-ABR-Land, Residential & Commercial Sa

Scott you might want to consider joining our group of readers at Realtors that Read I believe we need to let each other know of these great books. Thanks for the suggestion.

Mar 01, 2008 04:05 AM
Jim Fischetti
The Fischetti Group/Keller Williams - Wake Forest, NC

scott,

 

great post

 

jim

Mar 01, 2008 06:51 AM