A Wall Street Journal Bestseller
One of the stars of Bravo’s hit series Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles reveals his trade secrets, offering aspiring entrepreneurs and established professionals tips and insights to help them outsmart the competition.
Josh “the Shark” Altman has achieved extraordinary success in a traditional industry and in the most competitive real estate market in the country—all without being “discovered” or catching the proverbial big break. He worked for it. He figured it out. He failed. He learned. He wrote his own script.
The key to his success? Confidence—informed, intelligent, calculated confidence. Calculated confidence means training yourself in your chosen field, knowing it so well that you can trust your gut instincts to guide you towards the best possible option. When key opportunities present themselves, you are ready to seize them.
In It’s Your Move, one of the stars of Bravo’s hit TV series Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles shares invaluable and street-smart strategies for how to build your confidence, establish your reputation, master the knowledge you need to succeed, take the right risks, and course correct when you make a mistake. Drawing on his experiences negotiating multi-million dollar deals and offering impeccable service to his celebrity and high-profile clients, Altman shows you all the right moves to help you become better, stronger and more effective—whatever your profession or ambitions.
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About the Author
Josh Altman, real estate powerhouse of the famed Altman Brothers, is a top-producing agent in Beverly Hills and is continually ranked as a top 25 Realtor in the country by numerous media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, for having sales over a billion dollars locally, nationally, and internationally. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As a real estate agent, I was hoping that this book would share more about how to make your business successful. However, the entire book is used as a way for him to brag about being a "big shot" in L.A. It has entertainment value, hence the 3 stars.
I thought this would be a cheesy book due to Josh's TV personality, but it was very entertaining and motivational. I thoroughly enjoyed it.