Yes. Great book especially for business thinkers.
Comparable to "Switch: How to change things when change is hard" by Chip Heath & Dan Heath
There were a few memorable stories but the one that recounted the story when bankers had to decide whether to save Lehman Brothers or not was great. Also the whole story of one mans quest to save the orangutan through various methods was inspirational as well as thought provoking.
No. It was one of those books that one wishes to pause at certain break points to ponder what one read. It was a book I went back and listened to again.
With the current world economic and environmental conditions, this book gets right down into the foundation of resilience, a skill worth having.
I am listening a second time.
I liked that it broke down step by step what makes something stick and reinforcing them with stories.
There were many insights, but 2 that I have already began implementing is starting with emotion before fact and making ideas concrete.
This book and their other book Switch were extremely practical and have had a direct impact on my life.
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