Summer is here! You’re probably pretty jealous of some of your clients that are lounging by their new pools and enjoying gorgeous views from their back porches. Travel plans are on the horizon, and a desire to relax and unwind is in the air. So many people look forward to sitting in the sand and reading books they’ve been shelving for months. For most realtors, it’s hard to find the head space, much less the time, to even think about reading. But with the lull of the summer months, you have an opportunity to get some important reading done both for yourself and your business. If you’re not sure where to start or what to read this summer, we’ve got you covered! Here is the summer reading list for realtors.
The Energy Bus by Jon Gordon
By this point of the year, you might feel drained from showings, closings, and the general grind of your job. You may even feel stuck like you can’t get much accomplished. If you find yourself lacking energy and motivation, then this is the book for you. Jon Gordon shares insights to reenergize you and get more out of your work and home life.
Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt
Bestselling business author and leadership guru Michael Hyatt knows that the most important goals take time. They often get laid to the side due to the daily tasks and minutia. If you want to “close the gap between reality and your dreams,” then pick up this book and learn his method for accomplishing your goals to have the best year ever.
Profit First by Mike Michalowicz
Cash management and accounting are often an afterthought for many realtors. If you work for a big firm, you’ve got help in this area. But if you’re self-employed and have trouble with expenses and keeping your bottom line in check, then this book can help. If you just want a fresh perspective on financial management, then pick up this book and learn why taking the profit first could revolutionize your business.
The 10x Rule by Grant Cardone
Have you been pretty satisfied with your work but want to take it to the next level? If you’re done with the usual and want to really take off, then read this book to find out where to start and how to keep that momentum going with your goals.