author: Tish Squillaro
average rating: 2.40
book published: 2013
read at: 2013/12/02
date added: 2013/12/02
Headtrash by Tish Squillaro and Timothy I. Thomas takes a look at the things that hamper leaders from leading well. Each chapter is brief, but includes checklists, examples, and lots of encouragement for change.
Chapters cover topics like control (as in control freak), insecurity, anger, etc. Each chapter is laid out basically the same. The authors tell anecdotes about clients they've worked with that have had the particular issue. There are testimonials from business leaders, and simple guidelines to check if you are experiencing this type of headtrash and ways to dig your way out.
It's a short, somewhat simplistic book, but that doesn't mean it's not of value. If it can help someone to clear out the garbage that keeps someone from success, then it has it's merits.
I was given a review copy of this book by Greenleaf Book Group and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for letting me review this book.
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