This is by far the most amazing book in organizational psychology I as a therapist can find myself. I highly, highly recommend it.
The book was really good and had alot of Information it made me pick and choose what you say. I only wish the narrator voice was more enthusiastic
Currently going to school for theology and philosophy so most of the books I read are on those subjects.
so basically the author has a set of nine principles that he uses. but the reason is dragged out is because he goes into stories of each one of the nine principles and after a while if you kind of seem boring because you know after reading a couple chapters that he will use the same tactic on the next chapter so whatever chapter 4 is you're about to hear historical stories and personal stories on how the principle of chapter 4 works. now don't get me wrong I don't think the book was like horrible or anything and I think everyone should buy it it is pretty exciting to read because some of this information is pretty self-explanatory and makes sense when you really think about it and do not think that it's a book that's trying to con people because it's not throughout the entire book the author ask for sincerity and respect for other people.
This book had caused a watershead paradigm shift in my perceptions and I'm eager to implement some of the relationship techniques I have learned from it. Truly priceless information so valuable I felt compelled to buy the hardcover as well.