HUSTLE, the book
A GUIDE TO THE ETHICAL ART OF SELLING & SURVIVAL
by Dennis Plintz
Faced with a stark choice early in life, Dennis realized he could continue to spend his nights couch surfing and afraid to go home, or he could build a completely new future for himself. He decided to hustle.
From selling his brother’s beloved Star Wars toys door-to-door, to mopping hospital floors, to helping people buy their first home, Dennis embraced every opportunity to learn a create a better reality. Not only have his relentless motivation and infectious positivity earned him a top sales career, they’ve put Dennis in the position to give back, and help others make better lives for themselves.
In Hustle, Dennis shares the gritty stories and hard-won insights that underpin his success as a top performing real estate entrepreneur. These insights include how to master the art of the ethical negotiation, set goals that make a real difference and build high-performance business teams, and overall, how to hustle. Through it all, Dennis demonstrates the value if appreciating every small joy and victory in life. He knows that when you come from very little, every ounce of victory matters and Dennis makes every little bit count.
"If you want more sales in your business, then get this book for every person on your team. We’re all selling, and we’re all problem solving, and Dennis has more practical ideas on those two topics than anyone else I’ve ever met. I grew up white collar and thrifty. Dennis grew up no collar, yet he lives in a mindset for abundance unlike anyone I know." - Cary Mullen, Author, Olympian, World Cup Downhill Champion
"Great perspectives and ideas from a guy who has an inspirational story of what it is like to turn your life around from troubled to successful." - Jeff K.
"Received this book at an event where Dennis was the speaker. Great read with some amazing thoughts and ideas." - Chris H.
"I thought this was a great book. Dennis' story is interesting and inspiring. Anyone wanting to succeed in business and life should give this a read." - Ari T.