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Work Rules by Laszlo Bock

When employees trust leadership, they become brand ambassadors. Make their CEo and board accessible to all employees. Accessible isn’t just “free” but balanced. Decisions manager at Google cannot make unilaterally: Whom to hire, Fire, how much of a salary increase, whom to promote. The problem is that you and I might define our “best people”...

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Untamed by Glennon Doyle

Got this book randomly and had no idea what it was about. It's --- strong. Great writing from a very interesting woman. The book Untamed by Glennon Doyle is more targeted for women but I enjoyed it thoroughly. Some really powerful nuggets in there. Here's my highlights: WE CAN DO HARD THINGS. Your job, throughout...

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Effortless by Greg McKeown

Greg wrote one of my favorite books of all time, Essentialism. So when his next book Effortless came out I bought it without thinking. Initially the book was disappointing but almost anyone puts out it’s really hard to recreate the magic when there is nothing to lose. However, overtime the book got better and better....

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No Rules Rules by Reed Hastings

No Rules Rules by Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer was one of the best business books I’ve read this decade. Most books have generic advice and aren’t based on hugely successful plus dynamic companies. This is an amazing inside view at one of the most successful companies with clear / actionable strategies to win. Since...

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Storyworthy by Matthew Dicks

This was a good book, not great. Definitely nuggets in here that I’ll share below. My main interest in Storyworthy by Matthew Dicks was how to craft stories to make my YouTube videos strong. It’s well written and enjoyable to read but more focused on public speaking. How to find great stories to tell Homework...

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The Unplugged Alpha by Richard Cooper

There’s a ton of dating or male improvement books out there. Not many speak as candidly and fresh as The Unplugged Alpha. You’re either gonna love or hate this book. There’s no in between and Richard wants it that way.   There were many amazing insights to take from it: Never forget: Women break rules...

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