Summary of It’s Your Move
IT’S YOUR MOVE: My Million Dollar Method for Taking Risks with Confidence and Succeeding at Work and Life by Josh Altman. Copyright © 2015 by Joshua Altman. Foreword copyright © Daymond John. Published by arrangement with HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
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On Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, you can see real estate expert Josh Altman jingling the change in the pocket of his custom-tailored suit while closing a deal on a Beverly Hills home worth millions. Now, Altman shares the secrets of his ability to ring up more than $2 billion in real estate sales and consistently rank in the top 25 Realtors in the country. His “Ready, Fire, Aim” method relies on “calculated confidence,” tenacity, polished instincts and the willingness to take shrewd risks. His celebrity-studded war stories from the high-end real estate trenches will keep fans of his show very interested, especially since Altman demonstrates the same warmth on the page that keeps him in a starring role on TV. While his sales methods take a personal touch and a deft hand, and so might not work for everyone, getAbstract recommends his fun inside-Hollywood perspective and his entertaining advice.
In this summary, you will learn
- How real estate agent Josh Altman succeeds by following his personal sales philosophy,
- How to apply his “Ready, Fire, Aim” career development method and
- How his ideas can help drive your sales success.
About the Author
Josh Altman and his brother Matt Altman co-founded the California real estate firm Altman Brothers. Josh, who has sold more than $2 billion in high-end real estate, co-stars on the Bravo series Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles.
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2 years agolove it! "Moving without direction waste your time and effort..." thanks for having the summary for us..very direct..makes it easier for us to remember...just need to apply it in our lives...
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