Odia Self Improvement Book Sehi Neta Jaha Pakhare Upadhi Nathila(The Leader Who Had No Title)
We live in a time that is extraordinarily uncertain. Everything seems to have changed The reign of instability continues. Many of us are just dumb. This is a scary time for the victims And it’s a wonderful time for leaders like you. This book is based on the courage to pour your talent into the outside world, to live your best life, and to play a role in influencing the world in the process. Trust me.The book is full of inspiration, judgment and real world techniques, which will change your game. So especially the book is about unleashing your inner leader, which is that high and courageous and wonderful part of you that is full of courage, excellence and respect.
“The Leader Who Had No Title”, authored by Robin Sharma, is a self-help book that revolves around the concept of leadership and how one can become a leader, even without a formal title. This book describes a story of a struggling executive named Blake Davis, who meets a wise gardener named Tommy Flinn and learns the secrets to becoming a true leader from him. The book is divided into several parts, with each part representing a step towards leading a successful life.
The first part of the book introduces the concept of being a leader, irrespective of one’s official title. It teaches the readers the importance of being proactive, taking ownership of one’s decisions and actions, and having a clear vision for one’s life.
The second part of the book focuses on building a strong mindset, where the readers learn to develop a positive attitude, the power of visualization, and importance of self-discipline. The third part of the book is about developing the necessary skills and habits required to become a great leader, which includes effective communication, managing time, and building meaningful relationships.
The fourth and final part of the book emphasizes the importance of leading a purposeful life, where readers learn to identify their true calling, live a balanced life, and make a positive impact on society. Overall, the book “The Leader Who Had No Title” is an excellent guide for those who aspire to become successful leaders, not just in their workplace but also in their personal lives. It offers practical advice, real-life examples, and powerful insights to help readers transform their lives and achieve their goals.
|The Leader Who Had No Title(ସେହି ନେତା ଯାହା ପାଖରେ ଉପାଧି ନଥିଲା)
|No of Pages
|Jaico Publishing House
|Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1
|Pashupati Printers, Delhi