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    Grab Your Highlighter!

    This was a pretty quick read for me. I'm a super fast, avid reader and I was able to devour this information in just over an hour. However, that won't be the end of it because I am definitely going back with a highlighter and I'm going to make sure I retain every bit of information here. Smith writes in a clean and relatable style that I love. I am a Christian and also a leader type of person, so this definitely resonated with me in many ways, but honestly I think the topics he addresses would be good for anyone to read. We're talking about what leadership really is, and in some ways we are all leaders. Whether it's a parent, a friend giving advice, etc, in some way we are taking on this role and we could truly benefit from Smith's angle on humility vs self-serving leadership styles. I've read other books on this topic from rather notorious authors and yet the simplicity and relatability of this one makes it stand out above the rest. I definitely recommend this!!
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    A very helpful book!

    Let’s face it, leadership is not for everyone (especially the faint at heart) and it often is not fun. That doesn’t mean that those who are not born leaders can’t learn and develop this skill. This book is applicable to almost everyone, from those seeking a leadership position at work to those who have been unwilling thrust into this position. We could all use some guidance. I particularly liked Part 3 which covers topics like authenticity and humility, two very important yet sometimes overlooked qualities of being a good leader. The quotes throughout this book are really poignant and I found myself writing several on sticky notes and posting them on my desk. The advice in this book is easy to digest and apply, so glad I found it.
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