He has a very casual way of communicating that makes him very easy to read or listen, and completely understand him.
His first book, Start With WHY, is one of my top ten favorite books of all time, and I recommend it often.
Having said this, Simon set the bar REALLY high with Start With Why, and, unfortunately, I feel this book falls far short of that.
Maybe I’m just too saturated in the leadership literature, but I didn’t see a distinctive quality to this book.
Sometimes I feel like the book following a success has more to do with publishing pressure than with the real necessity of writing a book.
This is to say that a book like Start With Why stands alone as a distinct work that is entirely worth investing in, but this book does not.
Simon still has tons to offer and there is a lot of value in all of his work that I am familiar with, and this book is definitely still worth your time if you are looking for your first book on leadership.