67 Steps Book Review: “Managing Oneself” by Peter Drucker

Hey there, all my fellow entrepreneurs, employees, and fellow business associates. It’s me Josh, and I am happy to be sharing with you a book review on what it takes to become ultra successful in the business world. The book we have today is “Managing Oneself” by Peter Drucker. I want to point out that I have completed the 67 steps and it was through the program that I was pointed towards this amazingly helpful book. Tai Lopez is an avid reader as you may know, and so for those of you who enjoy reading consider getting the 67 steps to see what the best books are to grow your health, wealth, love or happiness to the levels you desire, but that’s for another article. Right now we’re going to get into why this book is so powerful even though it’s less than 100 pages.

I want to point out that I have completed the 67 steps and it was through the program that I was pointed towards this amazingly helpful book. Tai Lopez is an avid reader as you may know, and so for those of you who enjoy reading consider getting the 67 steps to see what the best books are to grow your health, wealth, love or happiness to the levels you desire, but that’s for another article. Right now we’re going to get into why this book is so powerful even though it’s less than 100 pages. Right now we’re going to get into why this book is so powerful even though it’s less than 100 pages.

“Most people think they know what they are good at. They are usually wrong. More often people know what they are NOT good at – and even then more people are wrong than right. And yet, a person can perform only from strength. One cannot build performance on weakness, let alone something one can not do at all.”

Are you someone who likes to see things on paper before you make a decision? (a reader), or a person who likes to hear the story straight from the horse’s mouth? (listener) This is a question that Drucker will pose to a reader, which deserves some consideration! Most people think they know the answer to this question too, and once again they would be wrong in most cases. Some of the greatest leaders in history have been massively more effective in their endeavors by knowing how they learn. When people try to be listeners, but they learn best by reading, it can cause confusion. When people who learn best by listening try to learn by being shown a lot of written information, it takes them a lot longer to grasp the information. If you just told them verbally they would pick it up way faster!

For those of you who are following my Must Read Books Page on Facebook I am so blessed you are learning along with me. I’m going to be linking these articles to the Facebook page must read books from now on to attract traffic to the site! Enough about the book we gotta talk about the site, and how I’m going to be making book reports in vlogging format. I want to upload these videos to YouTube, link it to┬áMust Read Books and entertain you guys with what I got out of the book of the week and hopefully what you can take away from it.

Talk to you soon.

keep reading,

Joshua.

 

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