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None but I read a lot of articles and blog posts with real estate content.
Nina Hollander, Broker
I do not read fiction novels at all. Yet, I do not read RE books as well, I usually listen them.
About 3 fiction or motivational books for every real estate books!
I generally read fiction
I don't read novels.
I honestly don't have time to read...I'd rather be working out, if I have free time....
Nina Hollander, Broker
Hardly any.... I'm reading stuff about real estate all the time and attending webinars. There's very little new stuff in books after 23+ years in the business. My fiction reading is my relaxation AWAY from work and real estate and I don't have enough hours for it.
Good morning Shannon. I engage in several nonfiction books either having to do with real estate or self-development every year
Good morning Shannon. Very few actually, I read more other topics.
It varies by year.
All of my reading is non-real estate, other than the blogs here on ActiveRain.
I usually read motivational books - and a very few real estate books, Shannon Ensor .
And fiction - I read Gujarati (my mother tongue) novels.
RE no, Only have time to post 259 blogs here plus other RE sites. That is time consuming.
When I read a book I write a book review on B&N, Amazon.
Probably about equal. I really need get a life. Mark
last year I read 4 real estate books and about 100 fiction books. Hmmm.
Shannon Ensor Perhaps, one a year.
I use to love to read, but I don't have much time for that anymore. Stephen King is a favorite of mine. I would read him over a real estate book anytime. I don't need to read a real estate book. I have day to day experience and AR for my knowledge.
Years ago I read a lot of real estate books. Motivational and marketing training. Now I haven't read a real estate book for a long time. I am reading SEO and trying to learn on line marketing now.
No books on RE. Webinars, websites, etc though.
rarely have time to read, but mostly motivational or self improvement books when I do read. no time for fiction.
Not necessarily RE books, but marketing and motivation type books. About 2 to 1.
A good short book - The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. Discusses how resistence ruins you and how to fight back.
I read relatively few books. And real estate books specifically? About none. However, I read plenty of things here in the Rain that help me with practical things I can do for my business.
I read far more fiction than business.
Shannon - Real estate, or business related, probably 1-4 per year. Any other books, 0.
With a thriving real estate market, I do well at keeping up with new contracts, changes in our industry, and all digital real estate newsletters sent to me.
I just finished Gary Keller’s” One Thing.” I would recommend it though it is hard to implement unless you have a staff you can off load everything that is mot “the one thing.” Most RE content comes from the web or YouTube.
Most of my time is spent reading non fiction, some is real estate, much is business. A novel may make it to my reading pile once a decade.
Short reads are best for me
All I read beside re related items are inspirational books and the Bible.
ZERO Real Estate material. Gun to my head, I'll do it
I have not read real esttae books in some time. I read alot of posts on active rain .
I always try and read 1 good book a year on real estate now that I read so many posts and articles on-line.
I read mostly non-fiction and I like business books. I am reading General Stanley McCrystal's Team of teams Right now. Love history and reading is an important stimulant.
I read a lot of books related to real estate and very little fiction!
Shannon 10 fiction novels 2 real estate related books:)) I eat and sleep Real Estate and the Novels give me an escape... just saying... Endre
Like, Debbie Reynolds , I get most of my real estate info from articles via websites, blogs and e-newsletters. That is where the most current info is. I also watch podcasts and take paid online courses on a wide variety of subjects... including real estate.
Most of my book reading is non-fiction, whether it be Christian, historical or biographical. I have an audible subscription, which I love because I can "read" while driving or exercising.
I rarely read fiction any more, although I am listening to one now called "The Snow Child".