In the interest of full disclosure, I am a real estate broker and I am very successful. I am not a Keller Williams agent and never have been. With that little tidbit out of the way, let me say that I think this book is great to give experienced and succesful real estate agents a skeleton of what a real estate business should look like. The only problem that I see is that this book will not tell you HOW to generate the business to become a "millionaire real estate agent". It merely tells you how to leverage your highly successful real estate practice into the next level, creating a team and making your personal real estate business function like a real business. While I think that this book is helpful and very truthful, I can't help but think that most agents that pick this book up are newer and want to know HOW to get business instead of advice on hiring multiple buyer agents and becoming a CEO of your own personal real estate business. The book talks quite a bit about creating a real estate business that nets a million dollars. Great. Sign me up. The book merely tells you that you need to sell 300+ homes a year. Gee, I could have done that math. This book does very little in the way of talking about how the mega agents that are mentioned and quoted in the book market themselves or their services. The bottom line is this; if you are a successful real estate agent and want to take your business to the next level read or listen to this book 5 times and follow its advice. If you are new and want to start creating business, skip this book until you are able to generate enough business to keep yourself busy. This book won't tell you how to be successful finding and marketing to clients, only how to organize yourself when you are ready to advance beyond being a solo practioner real estate agent to a "team leader".
I enjoyed listening to this book. Tim is obviously a special guy and he has a great story, however this book had way too much "play by play" descriptions of foorball games. I was interested in Tim's story because of his religious convictions and wanted to hear his entire story. As I said, I enjoyed the listen but had hoped for more personal stuff and less "I moved to the right and hit the wide receiver at the 20".
Great message. This is important information in our day and age of unjust and immoral laws.
Short listen but very enjoyable. Ben Carson is a class act. I enjoyed hearing the story narrated by him.
Love it! I only hope my wife will.
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