When I’m not at work, I read a lot of stuff directly related to my work. This includes lots of books on instructional design, training, and information design. And it includes books on safety, engineering, and regulations.
Sometimes, though, I like to kick back and read something different. I even retreat into the pure escapism of a novel sometime. No, I haven’t read 50 Shades of Gray (although I did see a copy in the back seat of a car owned by someone on our sales team!). But ignoring the occasional novel, even if a book I’m reading isn’t directly related to my work, it’s often indirectly related. And that’s the case with a book I just finished: Better: A Surgeon’s Notes on Performance, by Atul Gawande.
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