The Follow-through Factor
Getting From Doubt to DoneeBook - 2010
Follow-through is a choice, disguised as a major headache and potential time-waster. As an option, it doesn't sell itself well. If you go with it, you put faith and effort on the line. If you choose not to exercise it, nobody cares. People aren't even going to notice. You can be fairly sure that no one will signal "loser alert" behind your back when you enter a room. Of course, no one will be jumping up to pat you on the back either, but you'll still likely get asked to meetings and dinners on occasion.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 2010.
Characteristics: 1 online resource