Today’s episode is the book of the month book review. In order to be considered for a book of the month the book has to meet a very simple criteria. It has to be impactful enough that it will change your life or your perspective on the world. Whether it does or not is entirely up to you. You might read the book and comment on what a great book it was. But if you don’t internalize the book and make a part of you, you’re missing the point.
The book selection this month is certainly worthy of meeting the book of the month criteria. Many people go through life looking for answers. But before you can look for answers you need to be looking for better questions.
Our book this month is “The one thing” by Gary Keller. 
Gary Keller is the founder of the Keller Williams real estate empire. He began this brokerage and grew it systematically organically into the dominant and largest brand in real estate brokerage in the world. 
The ONE Thing has made more than 400 appearances on national bestseller lists, including #1 Wall Street Journal, NewYork Times, and USA Today. It won 12 book awards, has been translated into 30 languages. Unless you have been living under a rock, you have probably heard of the title. I’m certain that many of you have read it. 
So why would I be selecting the one thing for the book of the month? 
I read the book about 4 years ago. It had a big impression on me at the time. Fast forward to 2019 and the memory of the book and its lessons have faded. I need this book every bit as much today as I did in 2014 when I read it for the first time.