I was stoked to review this as I consider myself a leader in many rights.
I am a mother.
I am a teacher.
I am a girl scout leader.
I am a boy scout leader.
I am active in my community.
These are all 'jobs' where leadership qualities are a must. They are not optional. You are the face of your organisation, whether you are paid or not. And let's talk about how motherhood should be paid... just kidding. But seriously...
Okay, back to the point.
Anything that helps build leadership skills is good in my book. Because we all as human beings have a lot of growing to do. Even if we don't think we do, we do. There is something good you can get from this book even if you are not thinking you will.
What I like:
* Small Book
* Leather Bound
* Some really good advise
* You can get some good pieces of info from this book and go deeper in a meditation for yourself about how to improve it.
What I didn't like:
* When reading this I was a little disappointed that there was no space to write or journal thoughts.
* Too biblical for some of the advise than I would have wanted.
* It was less about introspection than I would have hoped.
* Some of the advise felt incomplete and it showed. It was like stopping mid sentence.
Overall, not the book I was hoping for but not a bad one either. A good leader will read it with an open mind and take what they can get from it. I intend to do that all next year. It has some really good things in it!
*I received this book in exchange for my honest review*