Go Pro by Eric Worre | A 15-Minute Summary & Analysis
It's not a pyramid scheme and he's not out to sell you anything – these are the two unspoken promises that Eric Worre should have listed at the start of his book. Though it begins with an infomercial feel and a hyped-up story of success, if the reader can suspend his or her doubt long enough to give Worre a chance, he or she will find that he has good advice to share and valuable pointers for any network marketer, from the complete beginner to the seven-figure-a-year expert.
Worre's tone is a mix of professional and conversational, exactly like the strategies he preaches to his readers. His book includes plenty of anecdotes, step-by-step processes, and practice scenarios, all of which are useful and interesting. He also shares his own failures and shortcomings alongside the psychological insights of such, so in this way his personal character is both relatable and trustworthy. The book is also focused and concise; at 160 pages, Worre gives the reader exactly what he or she needs to know – often in numbered lists – without overdoing it.
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