The best thing is that it makes you THINK about what work you really want to do.
This is an exercise workbook (more than a book) where Stanier allows reader to work their way forward to a solution to finding their own Great Work.
Practical guides, simple steps, easy concepts, things that you can apply as soon as you open the book.
Mike would be quick to admit that there's a bit of old wine in new bottles here...but it's a great and inspiring read. Go do Great Work!Published 5 months ago by Don Phin
I like Michael Bungay and if you're not familiar with him or have not read him, you probably should. I found this book a little light. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tupring
Definitely worth a go. I have already made some positive changes and am only half way through.
I also found the accompanying email course short, pointed and very helpful. Read more
It's a chatty little book. The logic is reasonable but it seems probable that a one brush approach will not cover an entire world of "Work".Published 8 months ago by Jim Kransberger
This book helped me figure out what I define as great work and how to spend more of my time on that great work. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mellisol
Quick practical read, game changer for how I think about everything I decide to put effort into. Great writing style.Published 10 months ago by Vicki
Perhaps the best I"ve read in this field. However I wish we could get this on Audible it is so great!Published 10 months ago by Toni Mar
I really wasn't impressed with this book. I wanted to like it, but the advice is so common sense that it felt like a big waste of time which could have been better spent actually... Read morePublished 10 months ago by L. J.