“F”-It-Less May 4, 2021

 In Book Titles
What does it take to say “F-it!” and really mean it? To walk away from the circumstances that have you stuck in neutral, or worse, headed in the wrong direction? To reroute your life along a smoother path toward success? To live an “F”-It-Less life?
In this infinitely empowering book, Rawls encourages you to use these words to examine your own life—to see if it is one you’ve consciously crafted or one you simply allowed to unfold. To decide whether you’re living how you really want to or if there is still much roadwork to be done. To truly listen to your heart and gut, and to honestly acknowledge the areas of your life where you’ve compromised love and happiness for money, safety, security, or—worse—fear.
Saying “F-it!” doesn’t always mean you are giving in or giving up. With the right tools, it can actually mean you are ready to pursue a better life—one of greater ease, meaning, and purpose—a truly “F”-It-Less life.

About The Author

Shaun Rawls is the founder and CEO of Rawls Consulting, a progressive, growth-minded organization that invests in people, businesses, and all aspects of residential and commercial real estate. Rawls is a highly sought-after national speaker.

Rawls spent 25 years working in real estate, ultimately building Atlanta’s #1 residential real estate firm, The Rawls Group of Keller Williams. Having met many of his professional goals, Rawls made a deliberate choice to shift his attention out of the daily operations of his firm and into new ways he could add even more value to others.

The Rawls Group of Keller Williams has over 2,000 agents producing more than $4 billion in annual sales. It consistently ranks among the best-performing companies in the Keller Williams system. The Rawls Group won the award for Atlanta’s Best Place to work among all companies in Georgia for an unprecedented five years in a row from 2009 to 2013.

In addition to his Atlanta-based real estate empire, Shaun traveled the country as a national speaker, trainer, and consultant for Keller Williams and was a co-regional owner in Keller Williams in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut from 2010 to 2015. He has been recognized by Real Trends as one of the Top 40 real estate brokers in America and one of the Top 200 most powerful people in real estate by Swanepoel.