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The Lessons I Learned: Bring Back Old-School Communication to Succeed in Business

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The book is to inspire our young generation to take charge of their careers and understand the path previous generations have taken to succeed. It's about communication and taking time to reflect and understand how different our lives can be with simple communication. I want to touch managers who are struggling with staffing issues and hiring practices to better grasp how t The book is to inspire our young generation to take charge of their careers and understand the path previous generations have taken to succeed. It's about communication and taking time to reflect and understand how different our lives can be with simple communication. I want to touch managers who are struggling with staffing issues and hiring practices to better grasp how the future generation will impact business. We need to take control and guide our future leaders and those who will step in our shoes someday. There is nothing wrong with reflecting back on the past and learning from the teachings our parents and family instilled on us.


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The book is to inspire our young generation to take charge of their careers and understand the path previous generations have taken to succeed. It's about communication and taking time to reflect and understand how different our lives can be with simple communication. I want to touch managers who are struggling with staffing issues and hiring practices to better grasp how t The book is to inspire our young generation to take charge of their careers and understand the path previous generations have taken to succeed. It's about communication and taking time to reflect and understand how different our lives can be with simple communication. I want to touch managers who are struggling with staffing issues and hiring practices to better grasp how the future generation will impact business. We need to take control and guide our future leaders and those who will step in our shoes someday. There is nothing wrong with reflecting back on the past and learning from the teachings our parents and family instilled on us.

34 review for The Lessons I Learned: Bring Back Old-School Communication to Succeed in Business

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cavak

    The Lessons I Learned: Bring Back Old-School Communication to Succeed in Business is a feel-good book of living with various life experiences. It's not an extensive book of career advice, more like a pleasant reminder of commonsense decency and work ethic through the eyes of a relatively well off middle-class North American. Come in with that mindset, and the book is okay. What kept me from rating the book higher is that the optimistic tone prevents me from getting any feeling from the writing. The Lessons I Learned: Bring Back Old-School Communication to Succeed in Business is a feel-good book of living with various life experiences. It's not an extensive book of career advice, more like a pleasant reminder of commonsense decency and work ethic through the eyes of a relatively well off middle-class North American. Come in with that mindset, and the book is okay. What kept me from rating the book higher is that the optimistic tone prevents me from getting any feeling from the writing. Don't dwell on the negative, dream bigger for the future. Well, sure. But it's hard to feel like you're empathetic when you're so cut and dry about it. This is a case of too much editing to me, where every paragraph jumps to each thought too quickly for a reader to digest. Rather than having younger people take the advice into sincere consideration, the writing might leave the opposite effect that was intended like, "Ah, another old person rattling on about how us young people don't appreciate things." Thank you for sharing your life lessons, Becker. I may not agree with everything you said, and that's okay. I appreciate having another perspective to consider. I received the book for free through Goodreads Giveaways.

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