This book is full of strategies and tools to help you make, and to lead others to make better decisions. The WRAP process is simple and can be applied to any complex decision from your personal or professional life. As usual, the Heath Brothers provide relatable, evidence based stories, from Zappos to teen dating to patient care, to help bring their insights to life. Kaleo Griffith delivers the work well and is clearly engaged with the topics.
My favorite tools from the book were "10/10/10", the "best friend" question, the "successors" question and the "book ending" ideas. I actually found so many applicable ideas that I bought the physical book, so I can reference it later.
Knowledge is power
I really wanted to like this version of the book, but unfortunately it was recorded later in Mr. Bradbury's life, so his voice is no longer at his best. At times, it is difficult to tell one character's voice from other, so I found myself having to skip back and re-listen to sections.
This book is well researched and has immediately applicable ideas to make/break habits, manage overwhelming tasks and improve relationships at work and at home.
I enjoy hearing authors present their research and ideas.
If you've ever seen Shawn present for a hour, you've probably heard several of these stories and ideas. For me, it has been a few years, so the reinforcement was well worth it.
Report Inappropriate Content