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anand sriganeshar

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Game changer

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Évalué le: 2020-01-04

This book has completely changed how I approach women for the better. I could not reccomend this book higher.

Interesting framework to foster loonshots

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Évalué le: 2019-12-31

I enjoyed loonshots because it provides a solid framework on how to foster loonshots in an organizations both big and small. What's exciting is that it provides clear guidance on how any organization can implement this immediately

Insightful

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Évalué le: 2019-10-14

I had bought this book hoping it would give me some insight into why someone would be willing to scarf ice everything to become a Whistle blower. This book delivers that it gives me an appreciation for what Edward did what he did and the consequences he now suffers because of them. In a world where privacy is of increasing concern its a must read.

does all change need to be Win Win?

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Évalué le: 2019-01-27

A very thought-provoking book on the type of changes we see in our society that is celebrated. In a society where the winners take all, they are also giving back at an unprecedented scale. Americans gave $410B in 2017 larger than the GDP of countries like Israel and Ireland. However, the very fact of giving lets them dictate the types of change they will effect in the world. A change that must help the winners or at least not harm the winners when effecting that change. This is likely to perpetuate if not accelerate trends we have seen over the last 30 years where we have seen the gap between the rich and poor widen. A world where the top 26 people have as much as the bottom 50% of the world. Should it be the winners in place of government who should be affecting this change? Does all change need to be "win-win"?

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Find your legend

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Évalué le: 2018-11-06

I simply loved this book. Jeremy does a great job narrating it so it was engaging throughout.

Ok follow up to a masterpiece

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Évalué le: 2018-10-30

I am a really big fan of extreme ownership so when this follow up was released it was a no brainer for me. However, once I got into the book I realized it wasn't as insightful as its predecessor. I am not saying this book doesn't have a couple good nuggets it's just not on the same level as the previous installment.

Interesting read

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Évalué le: 2018-06-16

It felt like taking a trip back in time and seeing the world through his eyes.

Fantastic resource for leaders

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Évalué le: 2018-06-08

If you are a leader at any level. This book contains fantastic information for you. I can immediately apply the lessons I found in this book to my day to day.

Interesting anecdotes but a bit dry.

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Évalué le: 2018-06-06

The book contains a number of interesting anecdotes but I grew tired of them over time. Making it difficult to finish