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If you’ve remotely paid attention to what has happened socially, economically, or politically since Covid-19 hit America, there is nothing new here. Keep searching elsewhere. This book is nowhere near as good as Never Eat Alone (five stars).
The book read like a team building workshop by HR. Corporate cringe like DIE (diversity, inclusion, & equality) and other feel good slogans felt forced to keep the Twitter/Outrage/Cancel mob at bay. If you’re a solopreneur or someone looking to get an edge, read Scott Galloway’s Post Corona for more practical advice.
I’m a big fan of Ferrazi’s work in general, but the book didn’t contain anything new other than the concept of crowdsourcing your network’s expertise to problem-solve. I’d say that made the book somewhat tolerable, albeit much of it is a word salad of empty calories.
I’m a Ferrazzi fan but couldn’t get past about page 20. Trying to wade through the tossed salad of business catchphrases was just exhausting. Maybe the audiobook would have been better? This one is going to the donation bin.