5 Transformative Productivity Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read [Video]

5 Transformative Productivity Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read [Video]

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Brandon Turner

Brandon Turner is an active real estate investor, entrepreneur, writer, and podcaster. He is a nationally recognized leader in the real estate education space and has taught millions of people how to find, finance, and manage real estate investments.

Experience
Brandon began buying rental properties and flipping houses at the age of 21. He started with a single family home, where he rented out the bedrooms, but quickly moved on to a duplex, where he lived in half and rented out the other half.

From there, Brandon began buying both single family and multifamily rental properties, as well as fix and flipping single family homes in Washington state. Later, he expanded to larger apartments and mobile home parks across the country.

Today, Brandon is the managing member at Open Door Capital, where he raises money to purchase and turn around large mobile home parks and apartment complexes. He owns nearly 300 units across four states.

In addition to real estate investing experience, Brandon is also a best-selling author, having published four full-length non-fiction books, two e-books, and two personal development daily success journals. He has sold more than 400,000 books worldwide. His top-selling title, The Book on Rental Property Investing, is consistently ranked in the top 50 of all business books in the world on Amazon.com, having also garnered nearly 700 five-star reviews on the Amazon platform.

In addition to books, Brandon also publishes regular audio and video content that reaches millions each year. His videos on YouTube have been watched cumulatively more than 10,000,000 times, and the podcast he hosts weekly, the BiggerPockets Podcast, is the top-ranked real estate podcast in the world, with more than 75,000,000 downloads over 350 unique episodes. The show also has over 10,000 five-star reviews in iTunes and is consistently in the top 10 of all business podcasts on iTunes.

A life-long adventurer, Brandon (along with Heather and daughter Rosie and son Wilder) spends his time surfing, snorkeling, hiking, and swimming in the ocean near his home in Maui, Hawaii.

Press
Brandon’s writing has been featured on Forbes.com, Entrepreneur.com, FoxNews.com, Money Magazine, and numerous other publications across the web and in print media.

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“If [more] information was the answer, then we’d all be billionaires with perfect abs.” —Derek Sivers

Sometimes I feel like a complete idiot.

I know what I need to do—but I fail to do it.

For example, right now I know I should be working on analyzing a mobile home park and figuring out how an investor waterfall analysis works. But I’m not. I’m writing this blog post.

Now, I’m not saying this blog post isn’t important. It is. But I really should be analyzing a mobile home park, so I can make some offers, so I can get some offers accepted and build my passive income.

You see, we often work on stuff that probably isn’t that important—because productivity doesn’t come naturally. That’s why I think it’s SO important to study productivity, so we can learn how to focus, how to work on the right things, how to avoid distractions, and how to get more done. And to help you good-looking readers improve your productivity, I want to share five of my favorite productivity-related books. Each of these books have had a massive impact on my life and my ability to get things done.

Related: 7 Absolute Must-Read Real Estate Books for Beginning Investors

Of course, to hear my top-five list, you’re going to have to watch the following video!

And lastly, be sure leave a comment below and let me know any other great productivity books I may have forgot to mention.

So, without further ado…

5 Amazing Productivity Books Every Real Estate Investor Should Read

What are your favorite productivity books (old or new)?

Weigh in with a comment!

We often work on stuff that probably isn't that important—because productivity doesn't come naturally. That's why it's SO important to study this habit.