Had heard about this book for a while but when I got promoted a direct report recommended that I read it. There’s some decent advice in here.
There were some interesting chapters and studies in there, but it felt like a really long blog post at times instead of a full book. I’m not sure why I get that vibe, but it stuck with me.
I enjoyed this quite a bit. The author has published more now, so there’s a series. I may try the second one soon.
Ooof- pretty serious, but well written. I’m not sure I’ll read more in the series unless friends recommend particular volumes.
Another enjoyable read. This may have been my first Gaiman novel to read (can that be right?).