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    Colin Powell is one of those people that I once admired and currently want to admire He went into the army rose up the ranks to become a four star general and served as Secretary of State He’s an icon A moderate Republican Then the Bush administration happened and Powell was given an impossible mission – to get other countrie

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    This is an amazing book It tells the stories of GEN Powell from his youth to his stint as Secretary of State Many of these stories place him in a light that makes him down to earth He shared his wisdom from both a military and life experience lensMany people on Goodreads expected an exposé of the nature of the UN speech he gave in February 2003 He addressed it as he saw fit Many of these same people decided to

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    As successes come your way remember that you didn’t do it alone It is always we p 354Colin Powell's second memoi

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    Chapter 35 February 5 2003This is the chapter wherein Colin Powell recaptures my respectThe date – February 5 2003 – which for Powell is so seared into his consciousness that it is the euivalent of other folks’ memorie

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    This memoir is a peek into the fascinating world of General Powell I listen to the audiobook read by the general himself and it is a very satisfying listen— Christina Vortiafrom The Best Books We Read In December 2016

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    What can you say about a book with a title like this? “It Worked for Me?” That the writer is a self aggrandizing braggart which is what was running through my head However to my surprise Powell comes across as a fairly humane guy albeit wi

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    I listened to the Audiblecom verison of this book read by General PowellFirst General Powell writes in a very straight forward simplistic way You can tell he isn't a trained writer Nor is he a brilliant performer reading it You can freuently hear edit breaks and voice tone changes Honestly none of this bothered

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    I loved it Clear Concise Plenty of humility A lifetime of lessons and principles all placed in a easily understood freuently humorous and revealing read that I wish I had 30 years ago Highly recommend it for anyone not just those in the military

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    I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir from General Colin Powell former US Secretary of State It basically consists of him telling stories from his life and career experiences and then reflecting on the lessons learned and counse

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    Updated This is a book I will buy read again and make notes in I have found the things I've read by Colin Powell to be very insightful and thought provoking Powell is on my short list of people alive or dead that I would like to have a conversation with About 10 years ago I received a PowerPoint of Colin Powell's leaders

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It Worked for Me is filled with vivid experiences and lessons learned that have shaped the legendary public service career of the four star general and former Secretary of State Colin Powell At its heart are Powell's Thirteen Rules notes he gathered over the years and that now form the basis of his leadership presentations given throughout the world Powell's short but sweet rules among them Get mad then get over it and Share credit are illustrated by revealing personal stories that introduce and expand upon h. As successes come your way remember that you didn t do it alone It is always we p 354Colin Powell s second memoir It Worked for Me In Life and Leadership is a series of short essays that sound like they were influenced by his time on the public speaking circuit In these essays Share the Credit The Pottery Barn Rule Never Walk Past a Mistake for example he tells a series of anecdotes often punctuated with an aphorismI first wanted to dislike Worked for Me It s pat It s simple But I kept reading and am considering sending it to people I know in leadership positions This is a good winter book It is heart warming and focuses on values without feeling preachy I believe he lives his valuesWorked for Me i Newlyweds Anal Lessons that have shaped The Millionairess the legendary public service career of Elements of the Writing Craft the four star general and former Secretary of State Colin Powell At its heart are Powell's Thirteen Rules notes he gathered over Me Tawk Funny the years and E.E. Cummings that now form Judgment Day the basis of his leadership presentations given Bumperhead throughout The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas the world Powell's short but sweet rules among The Women on the Island them Get mad Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques then get over it and Share credit are illustrated by revealing personal stories How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal that introduce and expand upon h. As successes come your way remember Let the Trumpet Sound: A Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. (P.S.) that you didn Me So Pretty! (Pretty Freekin Scary, t do it alone It is always we p 354Colin Powell s second memoir It Worked for Me In Life and Leadership is a series of short essays The Witchs Coven that sound like Supplementary Exercises for Introducing Biblical Hebrew by Allen P. Ross they were influenced by his Great Famine time on The Color of Night the public speaking circuit In What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings these essays Share Pulse (Frank Quinn, the Credit The Pottery Barn Rule Never Walk Past a Mistake for example he Obsession tells a series of anecdotes often punctuated with an aphorismI first wanted The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico to dislike Worked for Me It s pat It s simple But I kept reading and am considering sending it Simply Napkins to people I know in leadership positions This is a good winter book It is heart warming and focuses on values without feeling preachy I believe he lives his valuesWorked for Me i

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E just starting out recalling his own teenage summer job mopping floors in a soda bottling factoryPowell combines the insights he has gained serving in the top ranks of the military and in four presidential administrations with the lessons he's learned from his immigrant family upbringing in the Bronx his training in the ROTC and his growth as an Army officer The result is a powerful portrait of a leader who is reflective self effacing and grateful for the contributions of everyone he works withColin Powell's. I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir from General Colin Powell former US Secretary of State It basically consists of him telling stories from his life and career experiences and then reflecting on the lessons learned and counsel to be derived from those experiences They run a wide gamut but there wasn t a single one that didn t engage me and make me think about how I could apply the lessons learned in my own life I could wish that I had read it in my teens or twenties rather than in my sixties but I still found it valuable As a college professor of leadership I will certainly bring much of it into my classes for the benefit of my students My only wish is that I could find a way to bring the man himself to visit