Flamin’ Hot, Richard Montanez
I don’t know why I picked this book up really. The title is asinine, the leadership advice is recycled, his action plans banal and predictable, the product is unhealthy, and I can’t stand the company he worked for. Maybe because I was interested in his mentors, how he took action, his choosing to act like an owner instead of a janitor to employ a mental shift, to think like an executive, to show initiative to act and not just dream. What’s the worst thing that can happen? What do I have to lose? Why should you create the habits of looking for opportunities to create yourself? Create unique selling points (USP) so the higher-ups must listen to you. Cause everyone needs a kick in the butt to keep them on track, and maybe, perhaps, just a thought, that this is just another one of those books.