In need of more Velcro

Reading for me is like applying large strips of Velcro to my brain.  With each new thing I read, whether a business book, novel or local newspaper, I now have new information that other information can stick to.  This new information always seems to help me find the patterns I need to drive the changes I want.

When you’re driving change, if you’ve lined your brain in Velcro, you’ll be better equipped to pick up patterns, to see  connections and to catch the facts you need.

Try reading:

  • Anything by Seth Godin, but especially Tribes and Linchpin
  • Anything by Eli Goldratt, but especially The Goal and It’s Not Luck
  • Anything by John Kotter, but especially Leading Change and Sense of Urgency
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