Americans do need very simple stories (so simple a child could understand it) as a quick guide to improve everything (careers, sentimental life, health). The simpler the story, the more valuable they praise it. One of the many intriguing contradictions of the most powerful nation in the world.
Anyway, this little simple story tells us the obvious truth: life is continuous change, and we have to find our own way beyond comfort zones and past our fears. No one else can do it for us.
But the obvious is not so easy to make it happen…
Read this one in 1999, but I keep running into it. Before this book(let), The One Minute Manager (1990?) taught me the importance and value of story telling of management concepts. It made me realise it is important to communicate in a simpler language then most management books, at the times, were using. I still recommend the Blanchard approach to complex concepts, like getting ready for the future....Continua
A nice book with very short and sweet explanation about the day to day change in your life. Highly recommended.
The theory is good, basically it dates back the age when our ape-like ancestors decided to leave the trees and walking on two-feet-two, but a refresh some now and then can be profitable. The writing made me feel sitting in a business hall in the deep need of selling a vacuum cleaner....Continua