Draw to Win (New York: Penguin Random House, 2016)

Leader’s need to learn and try new things so that they can better influence the people around them.  For me, Draw to Win, fits that category of trying new things.

Currently, I am only a couple chapters into the book.  I am definitely a novice when it comes to art, so this is out of my comfort zone.  However, I am learning some things I can incorporate into meetings, teachings, and presentations.

Every year I want to learn something new that I can add to my leadership toolbox.  This might just be an unexpected find.

I recommend you give this a try.  Remember, you can never let your skills become stale.  Leaders must set the pace for their team and continually find ways to maximize their influence.

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