- Paperback: 216 pages
- Publisher: Jaico Publishing House; First edition (8 February 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8184951191
- ISBN-13: 978-8184951196
- Product Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 4 cm
- Customer Reviews:
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #845 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Leader Who Had No Title Paperback – 8 Feb 2010
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Absolute ripper, the book is good though you will finds bits from different self help books, how ever the demonstration of those items are very well compiled, over all a good book and a must read for all. --Sitangshu Nandy on Oct 7, 2011
A fantastic book giving the most positive vibes. An inspiration to life.Everything probably is known but has been told in such a nice way. Just love it --Punya on Sep 13, 2012
Robin has narrated the flow very well, I am half way thru as of now and I am excited to finish the reminder. It is important to practice the suggestions provided in the book. If practiced I am sure to see good positive results. --Balaji R on Mar 14, 2012
About the Author
About the Author: Robin Sharma is one of the world's top experts in leadership, personal growth and life management. He is the bestselling author of the books The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, Who Will Cry When You Die and The Saint, The Surfer and The CEO. Robin is also a Canadian Lawyer and received his LL.B degree at the Dalhousie University School of Law.
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To find the BLESSINGS of ur work and notice the DIGNITY within it, whether u run a NATION, lead a FAMILY , teach a CLASS, drive a TAXI , clean the streets or dig GRAVE or break BREAD. 🌏✌️
Blake Davis, the man who bravely fought in the iraq war has now stumbled in the aftermaths of the war. After serving in the American army for a seemingly long period of time, returning back to his normal life has become a very stressful taak to cope up with. It was getting tough to fight the nightmares of the war which continue to haunt him regularly. Amidst all these confusions and turmoil, he met a man of his father's age while working in a prominent book store in New York. The man called as Tommy turned out to be his guardian angel who helped him in breaking down the wall of disappointments and building a monument of abundance success and happiness.
Tommy introduced Blake to the four teachers who taught the greatest lessons of life through a intricately drawn blueprint, which ended up to be the life-changing lesson for him. Through this fable, the author has stressed on the fact that you need no title to become a leader and how each of us have the potential to become the leader of our life. He draw our attention to the power of solitude and how we could prepare ourself for every day by waking up one hour early. Robin Sharma has penned down a very practical approach in helping us to lead in our lives. Also the use of acronyms has made it very easy to remember the four principles of the LWT philosophy. I very strongly recommend this book to every person out there who is serious about making realistic changes in his or her life.
I have recently completed Robin sharma's (THE LEADER WHO HAD NO TITLE) and I highly recommend it to all of you present here to read it once. I assure you all that it will bring a significant change in your life.
This book of Robin sharma's teaches us how to implement those leadership qualities within us in every moment of our life.
So please read it once and even suggest it to your friends, relatives and even to the unknowns.
To conclude this book in one phase, I can say only 2 words. "Develop yourself " rest of other aspects comes next.
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The first chapter is basically a long advertisement of the message in the book. The narrator tells the story of his life and how he became disengaged with life. That bit was interesting. Then suddenly, out of the blue, he meets a mentor who used to know his father, and who is ready to give him this great secret that will magically make him super successful. Come on! Can you make it more believable than that? Furthermore, the mentor goes on for pages and pages and pages about how successful you'll be once you apply the method. But I think it completely misses the spot. It's way too simplistic, and he's way too much in your face for this, and it goes on for way too long.
I decided to still give the book a chance and move on to the second chapter. The same style continued, so I simply rage quit.
All due respect to anyone who liked the book, but for me this is completely unreadable.
I found this book quite basic with storytelling technic for the emotional effect on lives and commitment of mind for the wellbeing of existent.
It is no matter of five or one stars for this review but the good thought of the positive mind for the thinker of this author to change the behaviour for the quality within our selves and that the reward for everyone in same conditioned mind.