Book Review: In The Line of Fire

Nathanael Yellis By Nathanael Yellis • Last Updated May 18, 2021

I answer questions well, innately. It is not easy for me to explain this talent.

This book explains how to answer tough questions when it counts. The author develops his own endearing jargon, uses detailed examples, and gives presenters an effective framework. Using the martial arts meme "agility counters force," this book effectively relays the tools you need to practice this skill.

For those of us gifted at answering tough questions, this book is more essential. To become a master of something, you need to consciously practice it. Natural gifting can be the bane of conscious practice because one can skip the learning and jump to the practice. We must learn what we do to become a master. Reading this book is an excellent way to start that learning.



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