Why “Don’t Look Me Up”?

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‘Don’t Look Me Up!’

You might be wondering what a strange title that is for a book. In the digital age when everyone wants to have an eminent social media presence, why is the author telling people to not look him up on the internet?

There is a particular reason for it and we will come to that in a while.

Scott Lumley is the founder of Resolve Suite, a website that provides one stop solution to all real estate related problems. He is a self-made millionaire and an inspiring business personality. However, his first book ‘Don’t Look Me Up’ doesn’t revolve around the domain of making millions and making money fast.

It is a book about hope, Scott Lumley’s Full Story.

It is a book that tells you to wait; one more second, one more minute or one more day. The author is a firm believer because he realizes the importance of one second and one phone call that saved his life. It was a second that entirely changed the course of his life. It was only a second that he is regarded as ‘The Transformer’  today in the real estate world instead of ‘A dead person’ (or maybe much worse, but you will have to read the book to find out the complete story).

The author believes that it is our toughest and darkest times that teach us the best of lessons about life. With this book, he wants to reach out to people who have lost all hope and faith in life. Who think that they are a complete failure and that have lost all of their chances. With his story, Scott wants to tell them that life will give them one more chance just as it gave him.

The Internet presents incomplete stories. It’s one side of the story, Here is Scott Lumley’s Side.

It reflects the perception of the writer and is heavily dependent on the author’s opinion. But at the same time, it gives chances to present the complete story and that is what this book essentially is. It is an answer to all the unanswered questions about the author’s legal proceedings.

It reflects the perception of the writer and is heavily dependent on the author’s opinion. But at the same time, it gives chances to present the complete story and that is what this book essentially is. It is an answer to all the unanswered questions about the author’s legal proceedings.

Scott was penalized heavily for one bad transaction. He lost his business, his money and most importantly his credibility. And he gained all those things back from scratch. Through his life experiences, he wants the readers to know that failure is inevitable. Sometimes no matter how hard you try you still fail and that is ok.

For more inspirational stories and useful insights about succeeding in the business world, get your copy of ‘Don’t Look Me Up’. here for FREE. What’s more? Check out what big plans we have for Resolve Suite and The Revoluntary Interactive Online Tax Sale Guide here.