Book Reviews

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Do you want to Dare to Lead?: A book review of Brene Brown’s book Dare to Lead

Dare to Lead by Brene Brown is a leadership book that combines her concepts of Daring Greatly with leadership skills. The vulnerability researcher discusses how the use of vulnerability in leadership is not only good but essential. Brown discusses how rumbling with vulnerability shows power and wisdom when leading others and shares multiple examples from …

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Honestly UnFuck Yourself by Gary John Bishop: A book review

4 stars for UnFuck Yourself by Gary John Bishop published by Harper Collins Publisher “Your thoughts are not you. Your actions are.”- Gary John Bishop This book one of the bluntest and to the point self-improvement books I have ever read. Bishop discusses his points of view on how to unfuck your life. I enjoyed …

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Remarkably Candor: Book Review of Radical Candor by Kim Scott

5 stars for Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity by Kim Scott published by St. Martins’ Press-New York 2017 Teaching you, my fabulous reader, about how to be a kick-ass boss without losing your humanity is Scott’s goal for this book and boy did she accomplish it. Her radical candor language …

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