Hey Gorgeous! Welcome to another edition of the ReloGeek Insider.

So this past weekend, I was in a reading mood. Having read only business books over the past 5-6 months, I decided to look through the fiction books on my kindle app, when I came across Fifty Shades of Grey. Seeing the cover of the book, it brought back memories of the story and between me and you, it gave me goosebumps. Yes, goosebumps. If you’ve read any of the Fifty Shades of Grey books, then you can definitely relate.

A book of passion, romance, and a yearning for the fabulous life of Ms. Anastasia Steele – it’s no wonder it spread like wildfire.

As I started skimming through the pages, and reading all my little notes I left on the parts I like to revisit, a light bulb went off in my head.

I immediately drew a correlation between the Fifty Shades Trilogy and how to ship a car.

Oddly enough, as much as I wanted an escape from thinking about work, I was immediately tossed into full out business mode. Without hesitation, I closed the app, opened my Notes app and began jotting down my thoughts as they ran through my head.

I eventually came up with 3 different lessons on what Fifty Shades of Grey can teach you about how to ship a car. I was ready to create my video for the week when I said,


you deserve more than that. Why have you sit through 3 mediocre lessons when I can give you one great lesson? So, I decided I wanted to give you the best lesson I could, not two, not three, ONE darn good lesson! So I narrowed my list down to my favorite.

Want to know which lesson made the cut? Watch this weeks video to find out the number one lesson on

What 50 Shades of Grey Teaches You About How to Ship A Car

I love the book Fifty Shades of Grey for more reasons than one. What did you think about the lesson?

I want to challenge you- can you think of any more lessons within the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy that can teach you about how to ship a car?

Leave your responses in the comments below and as always, thanks for watching- don’t forget to share.

See you next week.

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