I LOVE a good book. I have always been a reader and I usually do the most of my reading during the summer. So when I was asked to do a review of the book, The Charge by Brendan Burchard, I was happy to accept. I usually don’t read a lot of self-help or motivational books, but after doing a little more research about Brendan and The Charge, I decided to give it a try.
Brendon introduces us to the concept of the 10 Human Drives and gives “Charge Points” at the end of chapters. “Charge Points” are sentence completion activities. They encourage you to think about the points discussed in the chapter and to set personal goals after learning about each of the Human Drives.There were several thoughts and concepts in the book that actually really made me think and gave me some motivation for some areas in my life that I felt I could actually make some changes too. The Human Drive that resonated the most with me was The Drive for Control. One of my favorite quotes from The Charge is this: “The in-box is nothing but a convenient organizing system for other people’s agendas”. Then Brendan shares some great tips and advice for how to tackle your day so that YOUR priorities and needs are not relinquished to the agenda of another.
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