Everyone hates to receive advice, but everyone loves to give it. Unfortunately, most advice is useless. To stop giving other people a piece of your mind, Michael Bungay Stanier – author of the best-selling The Coaching Habit – urges you to corral your “Advice Monster.” Stanier’s guidebook, which he describes as “a manual, a playbook, a studio, a dojo,” tells you how to make the transition from gratuitous meddler to helpful coach.
About the Author
Michael Bungay Stanier wrote the bestseller The Coaching Habit and founded Box of Crayons, a learning and development company that teaches “10-minute coaching.”
Comment on this summary
3 years agoNot really accounting for introverts lol - but I get the point <br> <br>"as basic to the human condition as enjoying community over solitude"
3 years agoI really enjoyed reading this! So many helpful reminders on what helping someone else should look like. I'll definitely work on suppressing my 'Tell-it' monster!
3 years agoExcellent read! Thank you!
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