Truly disappointing. A number of items contributed to theis book's failure: 1) The authors take turns giving examples of those who 'executed' their plans, but provide no insight as to how you can revitalize yourself into that mindset. A number of the references to those that were successful at execution succeeded personally, but at the sacrifice of the employees in their wake (e.g. EDS) - this truly put me off. 2) There was no logical organization of content, just endless examples of those the authors considered to be succcesses broken up by "Chapter [insert number here]". The chapter breaks just seemd like markers so that each author had his fair turn reading, which brings me to 3) Authors should never assume they can read their own works better than a professional - ever.
Craig Wasson does a wonderful job of bringing the characters alive through inflection, accents and pace.
One of the best Stephen King novels I've
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