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Take The 'Lit Grit' Challenge!

Season 4 of The Pitbull Patti Show invites you to take the 'Lit Grit' Challenge: reading great Literature for just one hour a day - 52 books in 52 weeks - to get the Grit you need to succeed!  

Throughout her career in real estate, Patti Stueckler realized that most people struggle with many of the same problems, yet don't know where to find solutions.  What she realized years ago is that the keys to health, wealth, and happiness are found within the pages of some of the greatest non-fiction books of our time.

The average person spends 608 hours a year on social media. That's 1.6 hours a day! So, we're challenging you to get 'Lit Grit' by reading just one hour a day - one book a week - from some of the best books out there.  They'll cover topics ranging from personal development, money management, psychology, spirituality, and humanity. Patti, along with her son Conor, will discuss books that will provide you an understanding of the world and yourselves.  You'll learn how to master difficult challenges and live your best life!

Throughout this challenge, you'll learn:

  • How to create Great Habits
  • How to Figure out what you Want in Life, and then set Goals
  • Money Management and Wealth Creation
  • The Power of Influence
  • What your Personality Type is, and How it Affects your Success (or failure)
  • How your Birth Order Affects your Life
  • How to Focus on Things That Matter
Patti Stueckler

About the Host

A tenacity in real estate is why host Patti Stueckler's clients call her 'Pitbull Patti.' She's been a top-producing realtor since 2002, and a featured guest on numerous national radio shows across the country.

She heads up a family team of realtors, Team Stueckler of RE/MAX One.  Her team includes her husband John, son Conor, and niece Caitlin.  Patti graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, and worked as a local newspaper reporter prior to her career in real estate.

At the age of 18, Patti's father gave her a book called the 'Be (Happy) Attitudes' by Robert Schuller.  This book, along with many others, began her lifelong love of non-fiction.