The Family Firm: A Data-Driven Guide to Better Decision Making in the Early School Years
The general non-fiction shelf on our bookcase is mighty crowded. I want to read it down. The only title that called out to me when I went to pick my next book was this one.
I, like many millennial parents, find Oster to be a great sherpa in parenting. She provides data, gives you methods for assessment in your own life, and then empower you to act. I read her first two books and loved them. I’m not thrilled with the whole “turn your family into a business” framing of this book, but the actual advice is sound.