You might be wondering what a book by the "Image is Everything" tennis player has to do with . Well, one thing that comes to mind is that Agassi would be the first to admit that he’s far from perfect. That’s something that just about every leader (and person) for that matter should be able to relate to. Things get interesting when we try to move past our imperfections. That’s what Agassi talks about in this book. That’s one of the reasons I think it’s an interesting read for leaders (especially if you’re a tennis fan).
I talk about other reasons to read Open in this video clip:
- What Coaches (and that means you) Can Learn from “The King’s Speech”
- What I Learned from Julia Child on Friday Afternoon
- Three Ways to Avoid Taking the Wrong Job (and What to Do About It When You Do)
- Three Things to Consider Before You Quit Your Job in a Huff
- Six Leadership Communication Lessons from Martin Luther King, Jr.