If you are following along with us in the Agent Grad School Summer Book Club, July’s book was Playing Big by Tara Mohr.
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Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want To Speak Up, Create and Lead by Tara Mohr.
Even though this book has the words “for women” in the title, any RE agent, no matter how you identify, can apply the lessons in this book. Every one of us needs a little reminder to “Play Big” every now and then.
As Tara says, Playing Big is about being more loyal to your dreams than your fears, something everyone needs to be reminded of from time to time.
Playing Big is about being willing to “slay the dragons” that keep us stuck right where we are. Things like:
- Seeking praise
- Avoiding criticism; and
and instead, taking the necessary “leaps” to powerfully communicate to our ideal clients, listening to our callings, and letting it be easy every step of the way.
We could have talked about this book all day (and almost did).
I hope every RE agent reads this book. I’m sharing the snippet of our book club conversation in hopes you’ll be inspired to Play Big in your business and your life outside your business too.
To your success,
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