The PAPERBACK version of my book, Sell It Like Serhant, is FINALLY here! And I want to assure you all that it’s just as good as the hardcover. I’ve even read through it myself just to make sure that all the words are the same. Okay, I didn’t do that, and that was a bad joke, but my point is that I know how annoying it can be to carry around a hardcover book during a commute or pack one in a suitcase for vacation. So, get the paperback version and bring my tips and strategies with you WHEREVER you go. You’ll never have to worry about forgetting what the Four W’s or FKD mean (if you’re wondering what they mean, get the book and find out).
What else happened in September? A LOT.
I was a guest on the CNBC show, On the Money. I talked about the state of the market (hint: we’re in a BUYER’S market!) as well as the advent of social media and how it impacts my job. I gave a story about how I sold a $13 MILLION townhouse through YouTube, and I also shared a little anecdote about how some of the selling techniques from my book were applied to dating (what?!).
Remember that TV show, Cash Cab? It’s the one where riders get money by answering trivia questions in a real New York City taxi. Well, the show is coming back, and it’s going to be on BRAVO. Not only that, but I’ll be making special appearance in one of the episodes to help the riders out! Check out the preview HERE!
Speaking of guest appearances, I was recently on an episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen! I had a BLAST hanging out with Vicki Gunvalson and my wife, Emilia. I dished on MDLNY, answered fan questions, and played a question-and-answer game where I got punched by Vicki every time I got an answer wrong (and even when I got one right).
To round out the month, I was a keynote speaker at a Hearts on Fire event at Encore Boston Harbor, I attended several fashion shows during New York Fashion Week (you all know how much I LOVE dressing up, and I accompanied Emilia to Save the Children’s 2019 Centennial Gala. I’ve been involved with Save the Children for several years now and it would mean the world to me if you considered donating to their cause.