Book Review: “The Radical Leap”

You know, I almost didn’t read this book… I picked it up with a pile of other books from the library one week, and it almost went back unopened. That would have been a very real shame, because this book is one of the best short books on leadership that I have ever read!
Author Steve Farber weaves his truths into a story that is half business fable and half mystery. He tells the tale of a consultant who runs into a strange set of characters and circumstances, as he wrestles with various challenges – both external and internal.
The book is PG in it’s language – this is not a specifically Christian book, and Farber is obviously trying to represent reality in his story. It’s kind of a bummer, because the language doesn’t really make it seem any more real. The “mystery” part is fun, but not earth-shattering. What’s big here is the message – and, to give a hint – it’s all about love!

Solid advice and action steps make this both a practical and philosophical winner – top notch!

4.8 out of 5 stars!

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