Ready to quit that crappy job?
Ready to have a career that is both profitable and fulfilling?
Ready to be on FIRE—Financially Independent Retire Early?
This book is for people who think that getting by just isn’t good enough. Maybe you’re retired but still wanting to make more income. Maybe you’re fed up with your job but don’t know what else to do. Maybe you’ve always wanted to start your own business but don’t have a clue how to get started.
When it comes to being a successful entrepreneur, Krista Mashore has been there and done that. And now she’s ready to help you do the same.
Realtor®, author, trainer and coach Krista Mashore developed a highly successful real estate career in Northern California before turning her attention to sharing the secrets to her success through her writing, coaching and trainings. Krista began her career in education, teaching elementary school and earning her Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction on her way to becoming a principal. But in 2001, she chose to switch gears and pursue a career in real estate. Krista sold 69 homes in her very first year in the business and has sold well over 100 homes every year since, earning her a spot in the Top 1% of Realtors® in the nation. Krista’s innovative approach flies in the face of conventional wisdom about how Realtors® should promote themselves and market their listings. She credits her success to her consistent drive for growth and learning, and applying the best practices and cutting edge technologies major corporations use. Through her books, coaching, webinars and courses, Krista now offers step-by-step instruction so others can achieve that same success. Krista lives in Northern California with her husband and three teenaged children. An active member of her community, her latest project is Teens Lifting Lives, a mentoring and peer support group that gives young people the tools and encouragement they need to achieve their own success. “The reason I love continually learning is that I know there’s a better, more effective way to do almost anything—even if you’re already good at that thing. That’s why I dive into situations that might stretch my thinking and challenge how I do things. Learning even one small thing each day allows me to keep expanding into the next ‘better way.’ As importantly, I implement that better way and continue to improve on it.” —Krista Mashore