“The more challenging the conditions, the more marvelous the opportunities”, writes Robin Sharma in his book called “The Leader Who Had No Title”. This book is a modern fable describing success both in business and in life.
An easy, enlightening read. Full of priceless nuggets to help you champion your game -mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
1 of 4 leadership success pillars discussed in this book is IMAGE.
- Innovation (you must innovate to stay current and relevant)
- Mastery (become the absolute best in your field)
- Authenticity (critically important to be trustworthy)
- Guts (courage to make tough decisions when necessary)
- Ethics (you will never go wrong doing the right thing)
Your daily activities will determine the image you create for yourself. ”People will flock to you or run from you based on your reputation”.
2 of 4 leadership success pillars discussed in this book is SPARK.
- Speak with candor (truth filled and inspirational communicator)
- Prioritize (stay focused on vision, values and goals)
- Adversity Breeds Opportunity (turbulent times build great leaders)
- Respond versus React (show leadership to become the source of the solution)
- Kudos for everyone (appreciate the smallest things)
3 of 4 leadership success pillars discussed in this book is HUMAN.
- Helpfulness (do more than you are paid to do)
- Understanding (speak less, listen more)
- Mingle (connect and network)
- Amuse (have fun while you do great work)
- Nurture (leave every person happier and more engaged than when you found them)
“The deeper your relationships, the stronger your leadership”.
4 of 4 leadership success pillars discussed in this book is SHINE.
- See Clearly (perceive conditions and circumstances clearly)
- Health vs Wealth (lifts up everything else in your entire life)
- Inspiration Matters (find inspiration everyday to energize yourself first, then others)
- Neglect not your family (or you will be alone in your spectacular mansion)
- Elevate your lifestyle (you only live once – go first class)
“To become a great leader, first become a great person”.
Information on the four pillars are directly from the book “The Leader Who Had No Title” by Robin Sharma.