Back to the Basics

I have been studying leadership for a long time. I have hundreds of books on the subject. While my reading in that field has declined, I still read 20+ leadership books every year. But you might be surprised at some of the books I read. For several of them are pretty basic. It is stuff I already know. So you might wonder - "Why do you read books about what you have already learned?"

Because I am forgetful.

By that I don't mean I literally forget ideas I once knew (although that does indeed happen). But I am "Neglectful." I neglect to remember what I know. You have often heard the phrase, "Out of sight, out of mind." In some odd way that is how the memory works. Here is how I want to tweak the idea for this discussion.

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