As human beings, we often think in threes. Whether it’s the three act play, movie trilogy, or count to three before performing a daring act, the number plays a significant role in how we make sense of information. The number three is the lowest figure that can be used to form patterns in our mind.
In case you’re wondering, Phiology is a made-up word by this book’s author: physiology, psychology, and philosophy, all combined in order to be an effective leader.
Now, let’s get one question out of the way: why be interested in a book on leadership? What if you don’t want to be one?
Well, true mastery is control over oneself. Being a leader starts with you, and David A. Eisley’s book helps with that. It all comes down to decisions, and the factors that influence decision making, both in ourselves and those around us.
This is a great goddamn book. Nothing much to add. Do yourself a favor and buy it, and I bet you’ll learn at least a thing or two.
The author writes in a pretty straightforward way, and it is easy to follow and understand, which is undoubtedly an important quality for a self-help book.
The book goes past the usual cliches when it comes to successful leadership, because, quite frankly, there’s more to influencing the lives of others than most would believe.
Just do yourself a favor, click this link here and buy the book. It will be worth your time.