Rare Leadership by Marcus Warner and Jim Wilder is about as generic and cookie-cutter sounding as any leadership book I’ve ever come across. In all honesty, I received it as a gift and anticipated feeling underwhelmed by its contents. Yet what I found is that for everything it lacks in marketing and intrigue, it delivers all the more in substance. I read Rare Leadership with my jaw dropped. This isn’t generic fluff at all; this is revelatory insight into the mechanics of the human brain and its implications on western-world leadership. Fascinatingly, it boils down to just one key differentiator:
Poverty, Riches, & Wealth is a quick and fascinating read that essentially functions as a compilation of anything and everything Kris Vallotton has to say about money. Many of chapters feel only loosely connected at best, but each one is packed with revelatory insight, which is particularly refreshing given that money is a topic that most pastors either misunderstand, intentionally manipulate, or avoid altogether. And of course, in classic Kris V fashion, the interwoven stories throughout the book are the icing on the cake - this dude is hilarious. Some of the high points Kris hits on include:
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