Would I recommend this book absolutely YES would it be at the top of my list NO. “Start with Why” was great, this book is good. I think some of the lessons from start with why should have been applied by the author on this book. What I mean is, he seemed to ramble at different parts of the book. He spoke about respect and how it’s achieved, and how small things really do matter.
I wasted time, by not getting around to Mr. Calloway's books, thinking it only applied to corporations and bigger organizations. This message is perfect at any level. I think it's easy to get spun around and get off course with attempting to do too much, looking for the silver bullet, making our operation and mission way too complicated. I believe most people will tend to say "this is too simple". But it is. We make it too hard. The hard part is stopping to evaluate, making changes and implementing the ideas we know we should be doing.