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You are a genius

You are a genius

You, me, your neighbour, we all are genius, every individual is, we just settle to mediocrity over time. All it takes is to believe in our potential and fix the years of bad habits we have grown to unlock the genius in us.

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MORE IDEAS FROM The Leader Who Had No Title

Your best asset is your mind

So hone it. Learn, unendingly, and obsessively. That's where the real magic is. The bigger your library (well, the part that you have actually read), the higher you can rise.

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Leadership 2.0
  1. How you see leadership is obsolete.
  2. Leadership is not a privilege it is a duty.
  3. It is not something that depends on a title or position you hold. It is how diligently you do what you do.
  4. It is not having people work for you, it is working with the people for the achievement of the common goal.
  5. It is not given. It is earned as people around you grow to respect you.
  6. And above all, leadership is for everyone. No matter where you are, what you do and anything else.

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Appreciate the ones you love

Sooner or later, you won't have them, so it's better to do what you can now than regret later.

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The Restructuring

Every structure that involves people, had evident titles. This is often taken as leadership, whereas it is just to imply the specific nature of their contribution, and to make the organization work, everyone needs to act like a leader. A leader isntheir own work. It starts with having immense love for what you do.

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What matters is...

...whether you are doing your best. Each individual is unique and so should be everyone's benchmark of performance. And you know deep down when you're giving it your all. That's all you need to focus on.

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It is a story about materialistic success transforming into true prosperity. The personality development journey of both characters from the book is a guidebook to life.

The Protagonist, a seven-figure-making lawyer had everything, in search of wisdom and happiness, sold his belongings and headed to the Himalayan mountains where he studied the wisdom of the Sages.

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When you born the world rejoice while you cried

Do something in your life that when you die you will rejoice while the world will cry

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