Reviews by Michael Blumer
On 12/23 Michael Blumer wrote: Over many decades of teaching about leadership, John C Maxwell realizes a truth about leadership - it's teamwork and the leaders in the middle can make or break the top leader as well as those beneath him or her. This angle stays true to his sum-up motto "Everything rises and falls on Leadership". He ... Overload of Greatness
On 6/4 Michael Blumer wrote: I grabbed this study guide without really noticing that it said it was designed for women. I guess I was at a point of being STUCK and this title caught my eye. Yes, there are some parts that were probably too feminine for me, but for the most part, the topics hit home. Towards the end though, after ... Men get stuck too ...
On 9/10 Michael Blumer wrote: If you've never read a book on doing business with morals, then this would be a good start. Theodore does a good job of giving proof to substantiate his views without overloading the reader with facts or too many stories. I would like to see a book out there from someone who can give personal accounts ... Beginner 101
On 2/23 Michael Blumer wrote: The words of the editor in the foreword caught my eye and stuck true throughout the book; they were: "Every one of you who reads this book will find at least one thing you totally disagree with and a whole handful of those who want to question". Foster has a remarkable way to express the essence and ... Intriguing
On 11/22 Michael Blumer wrote: Currently living in North Africa where much of this book uses to explain Ike's business strategies made it a special interest for me, seeing that I'm not too much of a fan for history. And because of that lack of interest on my part, I found it hard to make it to through the second half of the book. ... More than 10 Strategies
On 6/1 Michael Blumer wrote: Richard Stearns, the current president of World Vision, tells his compelling story of the typical American dreamer, achieving heights as two-time CEO, but being drug by God to give it all up and pursue this position that he knew nothing of. His own personal struggle of this sacrifice is highly relavent ... Compelling but drawn out!