Webber offers 52 Rules of Thumb for life in his book. I’ve reviewed the list several times now and thought I’d share my five favorite (or 9.62%) of Webber’s 52 rules. Here they are:
Rule 1: When the going gets tough, the tough relax.Webber wraps things up by encouraging you to come up with your own 53rd Rule of Thumb. Here’s mine:
Rule 10: A good question beats a good answer.
Rule 18: Knowing it ain’t the same as doing it.
Rule 32: Content isn’t king. Context is king.
Rule 47: Everyone’s at the center of their map of the world.
It’s important to understand the difference between what should be and what is.
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