A while back, a friend of mine recommended to me the book The Ride of a Lifetime: Lessons Learned from 15 Years as CEO of the Walt Disney Company by Bob Iger. I recently finished it and really enjoyed it. It just so happened that I visited Disneyland a couple weeks before reading this, so a lot of the elements mentioned were fresh in my mind.
I really liked the leadership principles he mentioned and how he illustrated them with examples. It was also crazy to hear about his negotiations with Steve Jobs. It was also fun to read this right after reading Creativity Inc. about Pixar a few weeks ago as this presents the other side of the story.
See below some of my main takeaways and lessons learned (humility, hard work, integrity, relentless pursuit of perfection, etc.). Also, I got a kick out of the idea "micromanaging is underrated." I definitely recommend this book to any entrepreneur/leader/founder.