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Miss a step to step forward

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Reviewed: 16-03-20

enjoyed the insights in to makings of a leader. Trying to learn to be a leader I find myself mentored by such book. The inspiring part is how the screw up help one learn and explore the next level

brief and effective

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Reviewed: 19-02-20

Helped me review and understand my habits and now I can implement changes over small level to create habits at the core. as mentioned by author SMALL HABITS DONT ADD UP, THEY COMPOUND. hope to improve my habits and form new constructive ones

Easier said then done.

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Reviewed: 27-08-19

Easy to understand the habits and the impact they bring about in ones day to day activities; I am a procrastinator, haven't been able to fully understand why I am so. Unknown to me the procrastination has become one my habit and just continues to be one, but now I can and will change the habit to come our of such bad habits.

Good read for understanding the habits and help identify them. If they are good habits then continue, if not then change them.

Management start with self management, discipline

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Reviewed: 12-02-19

Loved it, kept on expecting more advise and guidance on approach to management issues. Guide for the new age managers to focus on what's actually the goal is for a company; for the manager to actually be leader.

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Interesting insights for Leaders

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Reviewed: 26-01-19

I have been trained by our trekking, mountaineering leader by literally making us eat last when we used to lead smaller groups in the treks. This book gave me a new insight into the leading teams. Not just leading but also its has set guide lines for developing teams with the members from the new generation (fresher's) coming on board the team.

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