This book had a profoundimpact on the direction ofmy life. I ﬁrst read it when Iwas in the 8th grade.Through Leo’s stories of hislife and values I was able torecognize that we all have aresponsibility to liftourselves and others up totheir highest personalpotential.
Every business schoolshould teach this book. Itgave me a great insight intohow to look for solutions toproblems other people areignoring. To do business insuch a way that yourcompetitors becomeirrelevant. To continuouslyinnovate with your ownbusiness, no matter whatindustry you are in.
This is a great book to goalong with Blue OceanStrategies. In a world whereinformation is free and moreand more products arebecoming digitizedcommodities, it will takeinnovative pricing models tocompete or even stay in thegame. This book providenumerous examples of suchpricing strategies at work.
I have read this book twice.It is practical as opposed topreachy. I have notes andhighlights all through thisbook. The very ﬁrst chapteris the best start ever: Take100% Responsibility ForYour Life!
Inspiring stories guide youthrough very speciﬁc stepsyou can take to inspire anddirect change, no matterwhat your role or status is.
A great commentary on whypeople-driven movementsare more powerful thanstructured hierarchies. In aage where people can easilyconnect for a sharedpurpose, the lessons in thisbook become more and morevital.
“There are literallythousands of ways tocoordinate and connectgroups of people that justdidn’t exist a generationago.All of it is worthless if youdon’t decide to lead.”The world is changing andnew doors of opportunityare opening all of the time.This book begs you to walkthrough them.
A very fun, entertaining,and practical guide tomapping out how to get fromhere to there. I LOVE thisbook. It’s a short readpacked full of great insightsand inspiring quotes. This isa MUST HAVE book thatshould be read a couple oftimes a year - at least.
The ﬁrst book I read aboutmoney that really spoke towho I want to be as a personas opposed to how much Iwanted in my bank account.If you are strugglingﬁnancially, there is probablya deeper reason than howmuch you get paid and howmuch you spend. Along withthis book I recommend TheEnergy of Money and RichDad, Poor Dad.
Whether you LOVE DeepakChopra or think he’s a littletoo “woo woo,” (I amsomewhere in the middle ofthose two views) this book isworth a read. We get sostuck in making thingshappen for us, we forget howto let them.
I plan to continue to add to thisslideshare deck with new books andreviews.Sherry Heylwww.sherryheyl.com