LEADERSHIP

by Doris Kearns Goodwin

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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • About a quarter of the way through - 100% recommended. Must read.
    • Kearns Goodwin continues her leadership insights with this book.
    • To the previous reviewer. You obviously have not read the book. It has only been available for a few hours. If You at least read her introduction you would know exactly why she chose these four. It's because she has been studying these men for thirtyyears, and has added facts about their early life that may have influenced their leadership. AT LEAST READ THE INTRO
    • She always hit a home run
    • This book is original in that it focuses on the leadership aspects of each president while also comparing their similarities and differences verses just telling each of their stories individually. The key take away is that leadership is something you grow into not born with, ech of these role models grew into their leadership roles through adversity and with intestinal fortitude. The guy who gave 2/5 stars is kinda lazy he obviously hasn't read the book, because it is explicitly explained why she chose LBJ