Our book club continues its intellectual glide with Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard, by Chip and Dan Heath, a popular culture book about the science of making changes. It's a fast read, covering various studies about decision making and decision sticking, with the premise that making a change involves both an intellectual and emotional commitment as well as mechanisms to make it work. If I could sew, I would make a sampler of the quote "Great journeys begin with a single step. So do ambling walks that end up going nowhere." Actually, that's not a direct quote, since I had to give the book to my sister so she could read the book.
Oh, anyone want to join us this Friday? It's bring-a-friend week, but I forgot to invite any friends.
I can't think too much about the book yet, because then I wouldn't have anything to say at the club, but maybe I'll come back and update after our meeting. But today is the day I read it.