The Miracle Morning for Real Estate Agents by Hal Elrod, Michael J. Maher, Michael Reese, Jay Kinder, and Honoree Corder
All real estate agents share one thing in common: we’re all striving to get to the NEXT LEVEL of personal and professional success. We want to take our lives, our businesses, and our selves to the next level. What if you could get there, faster than you ever thought possible, by simply changing how you start your day?
The original Miracle Morning book took the Real Estate industry by storm, transforming the lives and businesses of tens of thousand of agents. Now, The Miracle Morning for Real Estate Agents will do exactly that for you, by taking you on a journey into the lives of top-producing agent, Rick Masters and his wife, top-producing lender, Michelle Masters.
First introduced to you in the best-selling book, The 7 Levels of Communication, real estate professionals Rick and Michelle are now married and expecting their first child, but the demands of their industry have left them overworked, overweight, stressed out and unfulfilled. Something’s got to change. They attend a seminar and meet other agents who have transformed their lives—both personally and professionally—using a simple 30-day Challenge.
Although Michelle is optimistic, Rick is skeptical. But with nothing to lose and a lot to gain, Rick agrees to sign up. Little does he know that you really can transform any—or EVERY—area of your life, in just 30 days. You’re about to discover how.
I have to review this book on a few different levels.
First, the bad: The way they wrote this book really didn’t do it for me. Not even close. Normally, I am a fan of these parable type books. I really enjoyed Who Moved My Cheese and The Go-Giver. But I just did not like the story they used to explain the concepts in this book. It was horribly cheesy. And I did not like the focus they put on Rick to take care of the family just because Michelle is pregnant. That was like Rick’s whole motivation. Hell, if Michelle wants to kick ass and take care of the family, having a baby in her belly isn’t going to set her back at all. It’s not up to Rick to save her. #feminism
Also the language was just cheesy and atrocious. You would think between five authors they could have come up with something better than this. Yeesh.
And the eight million testimonials from top real estate agents made me want to bang my head against the wall.
Now, the good: The concepts were laid out very simply. I do think I’ll be giving them a try. It’s nothing earth-shattering that I haven’t read in other books, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t at least try this for 30 days.
Overall, I’m pretty disappointed because I had such high hopes for this. I had heard great things about The Miracle Morning.
Has anyone read the original The Miracle Morning AND this version? I’m wondering if this version is like sixty-billion times worse than the original…