Title: The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life.
Category: Self-help book.
Author: Robin Sharma.
Overview: If success, business, and leadership are very often vocabs either in your current life or in your future plans, this is the book you should unquestionably read. Robin Sharma takes off this book by seamlessly explaining exactly about Leadership and Success. He accurately separates these two phenomena from any profession or occupation. His fictitious fable revolves around 6 main characters, each character is reflecting some part of ourselves, our doubts, misunderstandings, and much more.
There are 5 mentors and 1 seeker, each character satisfactorily covers every aspect of leadership and success. Either it’s physical or emotional, the book deals firmly with every aspect. The Seeker is the one which reflects our thinking and attitude in our tough times and all other 5 mentors are those help which we need in those time. Clarity, Manifestation, Execution, and Consistency everything is served in equilibrium in this one of the best book of Robin Sharma. The content of this book will fill you with clarity, motivation, and energy while the fable will keep you away from getting bored. Overall the book is a must-read for every age, especially for 20-30 years age group! This book not only helps you in your professional life but also in your personal life and relationships.
Reviewer’s personal comments: My eyes glittered when I came to know about this book which is written by Robin Sharma after reading his ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’ which completely blew my mind. This book convinced and justified that leadership is not only for some top-notch big shots. It very easily boils down leadership and success to very general things. It teaches how your position will only highlight the leadership skill which you already possessed. The world will praise and learn from your leadership skills once you are at a certain position, but that doesn’t mean you yourself undervalue your treasure even when you are not at a significant position in any industry. This book will show how each occupation and post is important in its own way.
The fable becomes too much predictable, but when the content is so strong it won’t even get noticed. The book literally shows how many years of experience is poured by Robin Sharma over his work. It will teach you to fly and also be grounded at the same time. Most of the leadership books you will find will be too materialistic! While this one strikes the right balance between the materialistic and spiritualistic aspects of life. That quality makes it a stand apart book than others. Go for it, you won’t be the same person at the end of this book.
Pages: 216 pages
Year of Publishing: March 2010
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