I’ve changed my reading habits as of late. I’m less willing to read business or leadership books and far more interested in reading behavioral science or memoirs. Especially memoirs. A compelling memoir will leave you questioning your own mindset. I think a memoir is excruciatingly personal and perhaps the most private of all the stories we tell – both to others and ourselves. It attempts to extract meaning from events, experiences and circumstances. Sometimes the piercing questions are answered in an exactness that is unnerving. And other times these questions leave gaping holes where answers might have been. There is no correctness…only humanness.
Perspectives of a Leadership Coach