BookReview: The Radical Leap
by Steve Farber, Dearborn, 2005, 0-7931-8568-8
An excellent book on how to lead/manage/be. The book is written in a witty, detective novel-like style that gets its points across through colorful characters. Extreme Leadership is motivated by love. The LEAP means: Cultivate Love, Generate Energy, Inspire Audacity, and Provide Proof. You are looking for OS!M (Oh Shit! Moments), which means you are about to do something audacious. You can't do new and creative things without OS!M.
Via Rob 2005
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