Once again, Keith Ferrazzi’s new book flips the idea of a self-help book on its head.
Ferrazzi contends that people who build meaningful relationships with others can attain greater personal and professional success. Why you should read this book?
Your Four Mindsets: Intimacy, Generosity, Vulnerability, Candor
This follows up on the mindsets Ferrazzi explored in his first book, Never Eat Alone. Building relationships, and repairing relationships, using these mindsets will greatly enhance and fuel all types of relationships, and increase your chances of maintaining strong, successful alliances. These four mindsets are core to building trust.
Build a Dream Team
We all have dreams, and we need strong relationships to help us realize those dreams. Once we’ve accepted that conducting our relationships through the lens of the four mindsets contributes to our success, building a dream team to help us fuel our success is the next logical step. Ferrazzi outlines nine steps to building a dream team. Not sure if the steps work or not, since Ferrazzi doesn’t present hardcore evidence that actual, real live individuals have used these steps successfully, but Ferrazzi’s nine steps includes many practical and tactical ideas that logically should work, and seem worth trying.
Hold Each Member Accountable
Without accountability in the group and among individuals, teams become lazy, complacent, loose focus, and derail. Ferrazzi does a nice job of explaining safe ways to implement accountability measures into your organizational, or dream, teams.
Hands down this will probably be the best book I read this year (Keith does it again!). Run out and get this book ASAP!