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What’s Your Favorite Real Estate or Personal Development Book?

 Each week, we post a new question to the Best Ever Show Community on Facebook. The Best Ever Show Community is a place where real estate entrepreneurs of all stripes and sizes can come together to interact with each other, me, and the guests featured on my podcast with the purpose of everyone helping each other reach the next level in their businesses and their lives.

 

What better way to add value than to ask you, the community, for your Best Ever advice on a variety of different real estate topics. This week, the question was what’s your favorite real estate or personal development book?

 

The poll is closed, the responses are in and here are your answers:

 

Garrett White:  The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

 

 

Ryan Gronene: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

 

 

Lennon Lee of BLD Capital Group, Carlos Altamirano of CFA Investment, Mauricio Rauld and Harrison Liu: The One Thing by Gary Keller

 

 

Whitney Sewell: Never Eat Along by Keith Ferrazzi

 

 

Ryan Gibson of Spartan Investment Group: Tax-Free Wealth by Tom Wheelwright

 

 

Chibuzor Nnaji Jr.: The Go-Giver by Bob Burg

 

 

Danny Randazzo of Randazzo Capital: Mistakes Millionaires Make by Harry Clark

 

 

Dave Van Horn of PPR Note Co.: Leading an Inspired Life by Jim Rohn

 

 

Charlie Kao of MCK Property Management: Maximum Achievement by Brian Tracy

 

 

Justin Kling: Investing in Duplexes, Triplexes and Quads by Larry B. Loftis


Make sure you join the Best Ever Community on Facebook. Check the group page every Wednesday and answer the weekly questions for an opportunity to be featured in next week’s blog post!

 

In the comment section, post your favorite real estate or personal development book.

 

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