This is the first of what will be an ongoing series of notes about books I’m reading. I read about fifty books a year, mostly related to leadership, organizational change, and adult development. Rather than write book reviews, I want to experiment with sharing what I do naturally when I read, which is to take notes about insights and questions that are relevant for my clients, colleagues, and friends. So rather than construct tidy and elegant reviews, I’ll present my reflections in raw form, unfiltered and unplugged.
We’ll call this Book Notes in homage to Brian Lamb’s long-running interview series on C-SPAN.
Key: My comments are in italics.
The Passion Hypothesis: The key to occupational happiness is to first find out what you’re passionate about and then find a job that matches this passion. [Read more…] about Book Notes: So Good They Can’t Ignore You