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Matthew Cornell

Very helpful analysis, Joe. Thanks!

James Bennett | Success Books

Joe,

I just wrote a small review of this book on my own site as well....

I have followed the work of Gallup's strength based approach to human interaction and engagement for awhile now. As with anything there are exceptions when it comes to how to internalize and apply this philosophy (as you even noted above with your son's question), I do believe that if you look to catch people doing something right (rather than what they do wrong) then you will surprisingly find a lot of moments to "fill up buckets."

Great book and a great review.

Regards,
James

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