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Minute Motivators for Leaders Paperback – June 1, 2002
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With no table of contents and no grouping of the seventy-seven topics into logical and coherent categories, each single topic was read and presented in complete isolation of the other topics. The one-page topic descriptions and explanations were too brief to effectively stand-alone, and would have benefited greatly from the synergy provided from being grouped together with related topics. I repeatedly thought to myself as I read the book, "He said something very similar somewhere else," but the lack of organization quickly frustrated my efforts to use the book to cross-reference among the topics.
Ironically, the back cover accurately described from my perspective not what the book is in its present form, but rather what it could easily be if it was effectively organized:
"Stan Toler...creates a winning combination of motivational quotes, enlightening scripture, and eye-opening narratives that will inspire you to unlock the potential in your own life and still find time to have an impact upon those who look up to you...packed full of practical, hands-on advice that will spark your mind and get you on the fast track toward achieving your goals while encouraging those around you."
The book coontains one-page topics such as discernment, charity, relaxation or recognition. Each topic is accompanied by a related quote as well. When I send out my weekly communication to my team, I close each one with a quote and this little book has some great ones.
Dr. Faron Boreham