Do you consider yourself a hunter? If you have you ever dated, played sports, or held a job, then your answer should be yes. According to entrepreneur, hunter, and OutdoorHub founder David Farbman, we are always hunting—trying to track down and take the things we want, the things that will make our life bigger, better, safer, more satisfying, exciting, and just plain fun.

The Hunt shows how to :

  • Get a bigger, clearer picture of your life and goals, and discover things about yourself and your abilities that you've never noticed or seen before
  • Gain the hunter's special skills at observation and perception, to understand your environment
  • Learn "predatory consciousness"—the full understanding of your prey, whether business partners or competitors, so you can predict their actions
  • Harness and leverage every opportunity to obtain your desired outcomes and inspire your best thinking
  • Fully understand where to pick battles, and where not to "hunt" at all

The Hunt will give you a clearer, sharper lens for seeing the world and shaping your role in it. You'll make better decisions, form stronger alliances, build better strategies, target bigger wins, and uncover more opportunities. Best of all, you will become a true hunter when you know who you are, what you want, and how to get what you're hunting for.

Get The Hunt! On sale April 14th, 2014.

David Farbman is the founder of OutdoorHub, AgHub, and ActionHub, the Internet's largest outdoor content and advertising networks, reaching nearly 30 million unique visitors per month. He is also a principal and former CEO of NAI Farbman Group, one of the nation's largest private full-service real estate organizations. He is active in efforts to revitalize Detroit, including converting large multifamily apartment complexes into condominiums, downtown loft conversions, and purchasing the historic Fisher Building, a Detroit landmark.

He is a member of the Executive Board of Young Presidents' Organization and sits on the DMC/Harper Hospital's Board of Trustees, the Southeast Region Board of the YMCA, the Economic Development Corporation, the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, the Detroit Regional Chamber, New Detroit, New Center Council and Create Detroit. He lives in Detroit, Michigan, with his family. For more information visit his page at