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Reviewed by Gisela Dixon for Readers' Favorite
Rhythm: How to Achieve Breakthrough Execution and Accelerate Growth by Patrick Thean is a non-fiction book written for leaders, upper management, and CEOs of companies who are looking to grow and sustain their enterprise. The book is based on the idea that simplicity is better and also more difficult to achieve than complexity. All companies at some point inevitably hit a ceiling or period of slow growth, or even decline, and this can often be a result of this complexity. In this book, Patrick Thean provides three simple strategies to move the company forward in a profitable direction: THINK rhythm, which is about strategic thinking about the future; PLAN rhythm, which is about planning and prioritizing; and DO rhythm, which is about daily execution and performance. Together, these will help any business or company to grow and continue its upward trajectory of growth and revenue.
Rhythm: How to Achieve Breakthrough Execution and Accelerate Growth by Patrick Thean contains a lot of useful information for any entrepreneur. Although the book is divided into three major sections, each devoted to a particular rhythm, it can be read in any order depending on the needs of the business. I also liked the fact that there are numerous real world examples and scenarios presented throughout the book that really provide meaning and context. The writing is crisp, well organized, and keeps one engaged. Overall, this is a book that can be a useful guide to not just CEOs, but any organization looking to add value to their business.