Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Okay. I'll admit

that the quirky cover of this book is what grabbed my attention.

 But when I opened up Salvaged by Roy Goble I was equally intrigued 
with Mr. Goble’s concepts on leadership.
OMGoodness, y'all. This is good stuff.
 The best part for me is that he starts with talking about the need to understand the things we crave [or motivate us] and how this can steer us toward healthy goals -  
Ultimately this concept can make us a better leader. 
Roy Goble seamlessly weaves scripture [and a Christ-based lifestyle] as well as lessons from the junkyard throughout his leadership lessons; 
and I love that. 
I also love all the little ‘footnotes’ where he speaks truth regarding something in the context of the book, such as, 
“Boring pivot, I know. But we can simply change in more areas of our lives that we sometimes admit. Not everything has to be a process or complicated,”
 This is one of many that I will carry with me for a while.
 This book has changed the way I look at leadering [is that a word? Ha] 
and I will recommend it to those I know in leadership roles, both young and old. 
But hey, aren’t we all in a leadership role in some form or fashion in our lives whether we are working outside the home or supervising others? We all have an impact on every person we come in contact with – Roy Goble will help you re-think how we handle all relationships we share during our lives.

Note: This book was given to me for review purposes. All opinions are my own.
And while many times I pass books along to others, this one will go on my shelf so I can reference it in the future. It's THAT good y'all.

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