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5 questions to ask at the end of a book

March 10th, 2016 at 3:51 pm | Posted in Thursday's child | No Comments

I love questions. Without them, progress is virtually impossible. To reflect is to ask, and information without reflection is a wasteful use of my time. Anything i’m reading needs to land somewhere – I don’t enjoy it enough to class it as relaxation, and with limited time I need full value for it.

So for every book I read/finish I need some questions. They need to cover my person and my responsibilities, have tangible application and be measurable.

I’ll tweak them as I go but these can make for a good start.


  1. What has it revealed to me about myself?
  2. How am I going to respond to that? and how can I measure it?


  1. What has it taught me about leadership/my leadership?
  2. How am I going to adapt my leadership in light of it?
  3. How will the affect be felt by those I lead?