BOOK é Clean Your Own Mirror: 6 Necessary Duties to Lead and Influence People ⚢ eBook or Kindle ePUB free

BOOK ë Clean Your Own Mirror: 6 Necessary Duties to Lead and Influence People ¹ Look in the mirror Wish you could see a better leader reflecting back at you All you need besides a washcloth is Clean Your Own MirrorNecessary Duties to Lead and Influence People Whether you re a student, an entry level employee, or already a team manager, this guide will direct you on a path to success by teaching you how to become a better leader and influencer in your everyday life Written by Dan Gheesling, a former coach and reality TV star, Clean Your Own Mirror offers first hand accounts of the six necessary duties in action and tips to help you transform into a popular power player within your workplace Implement Dan s six necessary duties, and your mirror will reflect the best leader of all One that people actually want to follow Part memoir and part leadership manual, this strange book would be best recommended for people who are fans of the author. While the basic advice in Clean Your Mirror makes sense, the book was oddly put together.I often look for books to recommend to my co workers, but this one has language in it that is, as they say, NSFW Not Safe for Work.It may not be a surprise that the book is unprofessional in tone, because the person writing it isn t a business professionalor at least, that s not the claim to fame.I didn t realize who Dan Gheesling was, despite having watched this person on television for hoursand not While the basic advice in Clean Your Mirror makes sense, the book was oddly put together.I often look for books to recommend to my co workers, but this one has language in it that is, as they say, NSFW Not Safe for Work.It may not be a surprise that the book is unprofessional in tone, because the person writing it isn t a business professionalor at least, that s not the claim to fame.I didn t realize who Dan Gheesling was, despite having watched this person on television for hoursand not as a character.You see, they don t use last names on Big Brother and Dan Gheesling has SPOILER ALERT won the game once and been a runner up once.There isto the book than just, I won Big Brother so I know how to influence people, fortunately.There are some testimonials, and suggestions of success outside of the game.This is very much an anecdotal book it s not based on science, or on research, for the most part.Would following the necessary duties make you a better leader I d say yes.I m not sure this book, though, is going to convince you to do it There s nothing wrong with silliness and pop culture references as a trainer myself, I can tell you that they can be very powerful However, you needthan that to give yourself credibility.My feeling is that Gheesling s heart is in the right place, and I wouldn t steer you away from the book For some people, it might bring you new insight For people who have already thought a lot about leadership, I m not sure it will bring you anything novel