Not woven too well. Hard to pick out the seven among the eighth habit even though I knew them well. It was more confusing than enlightening.
He attempted to add the seven habits and eighth together but just didn't pull it off as I expected.
His voice emphasizes points that he intended to make that you wouldn't read.
Put it all together from the seven and that's how you go from good to great. Mostly, find your voice so you can help others find theirs.
Good examples, but few and strong and not easily applicable to the diversity of jobs there are.
McDonalds and MBWA.
It's most necessary.
The head of Southwest Airlines - Keller. He's got it going on what it takes.
The expression of what this all means in a very positive way. It's not boring, but key and essential to work.
Why makes the difference.
Required for management.
Seven summaries with practical summary input.
Down to earth, friendly with some added on-the-spot comments from his insights.
No. Once is enough. It's good to know but not something you want to memorize.
It makes you think about people with talent or no talent and forces you to ask the question a whole lot about certain people and why.
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