Poetry & Plumbing, Good Illustrations, and a Defense of Leadership Books

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With Barnabas still out trying to get his book written, Dave and I are joined by our friend and colleague Todd Adkins, who is the Director of LifeWay Leadership at LifeWay and the host of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast. Here’s what you’ll hear:

  • Why leadership books needs to offer both theory and practice
  • Which leadership book Aaron thought was the one he hated (but was actually one he liked)
  • What makes a good illustration
  • The two books Todd would walk through when developing a leader
  • Another round of Leadership Book or Captain Picard!

A few of the books referenced this week:

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