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Overall good book, with solid tips to pursue one’s purpose in a VUCA world.
I didn’t like the short story examples that began each chapter. They were contrived to fit the content, hard to follow the story line, and consequently I lost interest. You can skip those segments without losing any of the academic content.
I also have mixed opinions on “the traps”, but you know, I don’t think that’s necessarily that central idea in this book, rather, the pursuit of one’s purpose in a VUCA world (the author failed to attribute that by the way)—and this thesis was revealed in the last 2 chapters.
On the traps: overall I think the were new terms for old concepts. Simple stories/rightness = biases; agreement = groupthink; etc. Still useful tips and tricks to confront these problems though.
I thought the last couple chapters on pursuing one’s purpose were pure gold though. If you take anything from this book, screen shot the two tables she’s included here.