Attempting to better themselves, learn new skills, and break bad habits, people read books, attend seminars, and take training courses. But in spite of what they sincerely believe are their best efforts, their behavior doesn't change. It's an endless source of frustration for organizations and individuals. Using the fable format Ken Blanchard made famous, the authors here lay out a straightforward method for making sure you actually use what you know.
"We Worth the Time"
Do you remember when the milkman delivered and TV was a test pattern and a snowy channer? When Fibber McGee and Molly captured your imagination on Monday-night radio and cars had rumble seats and running boards? Then you are a golden soul, someone rich with experience who can embrace life with more freedom and perspective than you ever had when you were younger.