In Wisdom of Wolves author Twyman Towery, Ph.D., has masterfully constructed lessons on teamwork founded upon the natural instincts of the wolf pack. Rudyard Kipling said, "For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack." What would happen in our business and our personal lives if we worked together towards a common goal like the wolf pack works together for survival? This is exactly what is explored in this breathtaking and inspiring audio. It is the perfect audiobook for leadership training, retreats and teamwork exercises.
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I've always been fascinated by wolves. After considering getting this book for a couple of years, hesitating (I had a gut feeling it would let me down) I finally purchased it.
I shouldn't have.
It's all over the place. One moment he's talking poetically (with romantic, classical music underneath) about wolves catching a bison and eating it. Next moment, we're back in the corporate business world, where you're left scratching the back of your head wondering what this anecdote has to do with the ravaging wolves just a minute earlier.
Oh, also throw lots of even more unrelated quotes into the mix, and you'll have yourself this book.
I wanted to like it. I didn't. It feels forced. Man is no wolf. We're not animals. There's nothing to learn from looking at wolves. Perhaps in the rare circumstance of Hermann Hesse's story The Steppenwolf;) And that one depicts exactly why it's not good to be like a wolf.
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simple and yet thought provoking. I learned about wolves and human beings and interesting concepts that flow effortlessly from business to family to personal. Very humane and far reaching views and concepts for all three.
Memorable book, wolfs are exceptional animals and a good example for any human been interested on wild nature