Recruiting With A Book Club BFT

There are 2 lists below.
1. My personal list of top books to read that will help you find balance.
2. The list of books we put together along with a "questions to ask guide" for our members who are focused on recruiting agents to their Real Estate brokerage using a book club!
If you have any questions about either please reach out to me by email, text, or call.

Matt's recommended Books (they are not in any particular order):
1. The Alchemist - Paulo Coelh
2. The Content Code - Mark W. Schaefer
3. Membership Economy - Robbie Baxter
4. Life Force - Tony Robbins
5. Traction - Gino Wickman
6. Your Next Five Moves - Patrick Bet-David
7. The Compound Effect - Darren Hardy
8. The Go-Giver - Bob Berg and John David Mann
9. Ninja Selling - Larry Kendall
10. The Four Agreements - Don Miquel Ruiz
11. The Spirit of Kaizen - Bob Maurer - Leigh Ann Hirschman
12. 7 Levels of Communication - Michael J. Maher
13. Atomic Habits - James Clear
14. Hooked - Nir Eyal, Ryan Hoover
15. Fall Until You Don't - Bobby Bones
16. 5 Dysfunctions of a Team - Patrick Lencioni
17. Shoe Dog - Phil Knight
18. The Fred Factor - Mark Sanborn
19. The Happiness Advantage - Shawn Achor
20. 365 Thank Yous - John Kralik
21. The 4 Disciplines of Execution - Sean Covey/Chris McChesney
22. Trillions - Peter Lucas, Joe Ballay,...
23. The Tipping Point - Malcom Gladwell
24. You're A bad ass at Marketing - Jen Sincero
25. 5 Second Rule - Mel Robbins
26. The Robe - Llyod C. Douglas
27. Never Split the Difference- Chris Voss

Scan the QR Codes below for our recommended book lists, questions to ask, and a podcast to tune into! We hope this helps you win!

Here is a relevant podcast

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