Eat, Drink, InvestHave you made real estate investment your life’s work? Do you eat, drink, and sleep real estate? If you consider yourself a full-time real estate freak, then chances are you always have some type of deal in the works. Maybe you enjoyed the process of acquiring your primary residence so much that you just had to go out and pick up an additional property or two for investment purposes shortly after moving in. Since then, you’ve been on a roll. When you aren’t acquiring new investments for yourself, you’re out there helping friends and family achieve their own investment goals.

Don’t shy away from these descriptions if they seem to fit. Being committed to real estate investment is nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, the entrepreneurial spirit that drives your real estate investment activities is a huge part of what makes this such a great country. If you have the will, the passion, and the drive to succeed in real estate in the United States, then succeed you will.

Of course, not every deal you sign on for is going to be a smashing success. Even the most skilled real estate investor is going to have a bad day every now and then. Just ask Tonja Demoff. Despite being wildly successful as a real estate expert and investor, Tonja has had her share of disappointments. Tonja has experienced bad partnerships, lawsuits, and even bankruptcy.

Faced with such odds, someone who is not totally dedicated to real estate investment would have just given up. But not Tonja. Instead, Tonja has taken every bit of adversity that she has faced and converted it to strength. Now in her latest book, Twist & Trust: Finding Your Way When Life Takes an Unexpected Turn, Tonja Denoff wants to share her personal strategies for dealing with whatever twists and turns that life can throw your way.

Twist & Trust is a must read for any self-described real estate investment freak. After all, even the most skilled real estate investor is going to experience a fair share of twists along the way. Instead of letting adversity get you down, instead of letting disappointment over a deal gone bad put a damper on your real estate investment fervor, let Tonja show you how to deal with whatever setbacks you might face and come back stronger than ever.