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Just terrible. You just need to validate the other person

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Évalué le: 2020-02-16

Part ego. Part sexist drivel. Totally boring. All anecdotal information based on dates gone wrong. He tries to pass himself off like a dating guru using validation as his one tool.

Validation. Validation. Validation.

Read the above line few more times and spare yourself from listening to the book.

Excellent book

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Évalué le: 2020-01-18

Fantastic read. Great ideas. Loved the case studies. Meta leadership should just be Leadership. Audio was super slow.

A synthesis of business books with a military analogy

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Évalué le: 2020-01-17

Team of Teams is enough. This book quickly becomes redundant. Also, a lot of the citations are from books easily found at the bookstore, which made the information feel cheap. Case studies and information outside of the military examples are effortlessly found elsewhere.

A few good ideas, but agree with other reviews that this could be an article rather than a book.

Good for Teachers.

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Évalué le: 2020-01-13

It’s inspiring, but more autobiographical than instructive. As a book to prepare kids, this will not benefit the reader. Look to ‘The Yes Brain’ or ‘The Formula’ as better sources of information.

One of the best!

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Évalué le: 2019-11-08

I absolutely love this book. A huge help in raising my own child. It makes sense!

Physics as a substitute for a change management model

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Évalué le: 2019-10-19

The case studies are excellent. Although some have been used in other business books.

The phase transitions and physics jargon is really just an analogy for a change management model. It actually doesn’t provide much insight into the issue or as much as using a sociological/psychological approach. For the most part phase transitions is really discussing resisters to change. Using an ice cube analogy at your next board meeting might fall flat, but it is fun to think about.

Looking at organization structure is interesting but how it intersects with culture would probably do more to explain loon shoots.

Read Culture Code instead.

Be a Zero. Get Five Stars!

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Évalué le: 2019-08-29

This book was excellent. I was inspired to learn more about science, space, and our planet. I was equally inspired by the philosophy sprinkled throughout.

Excellent book from an amazing Canadian hero.

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Amazing

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Évalué le: 2019-06-27

Fascinating book. Excellent thesis and I loved the examples. Geopolitical lessons within can apply to all aspects of life.

Political Examples...why?

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Évalué le: 2019-06-14

Great framework. The issue is the length of the book. Too long for the information. Seems really redundant at times. A good infographic could cut out 100 pages.

The politicization within the book is a complete tangent. It was not needed for a book about raising children and hindered the message. I think the authors should have written a second book to express their political views.

Overall I still enjoyed the book and would recommend it.

Great Book

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Évalué le: 2019-06-14

Very happy with this book some excellent ideas and fantastic examples.

Narrator was pretty good too.