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.
- 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