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Anyone who has seen the excellent series in which Ryan Serhant coaches people in different areas on how to sell effectively will know what to expect. Whilst I'm not in estate agency (or real estate as Americans call it), the book was incredibly helpful for me as someone who is not a natural salesperson. Each chapter includes one big principle and lots of helpful tips. The book is personal without being overly anecdotal and is easy to read. I learned a great deal and have tried to put it into practice.
Not good. Not bad. It’s common sense to anyone with half a brain. Life is all about routines. Balls up seems copied from Eklund’s book just a different analogy. In fact, I think Eklund’s book is more useful.
I didn't know too much about Ryan prior to reading AND listening to his book. I can say I absolutely fell in love with him after this. Now I'm following his vlogs on YouTube and I'm sad there's no podcast to listen to daily. Ryan has added to my sales knowledge and made me understand how a million-dollar sales man operates, which is really, really valuable to me. I can't recommend this book (or audiobook) enough! You will love it and it will add a lot of value to you. Thanks for writing and reading this, Ryan!
Really interesting book that engaged me to read cover to cover in 2 days. Took action points away to raise with my team despite not being in real estate. Also focussed own perspective on what I need to achieve. Certainly encouraged me to read more around sales from different perspectives
This book is very well written. The flow of the book from start to finish is very intuitive and clear. There is a progressive strategy that the book follows, building on previous topics. Ryan Serhant is an icon, what a book!