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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
  • Verlag: Free Press; Auflage: 1 (23. März 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1439109125
  • ISBN-13: 978-1439109120
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 20,8 x 16,5 x 2,2 cm
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Robin Sharma is one of the world's most highly respected leadership experts. He is devoted to the mission of helping organizations develop people who Lead Without a Title so that they win in this period of intense change. His clients include Microsoft, GE, FedEx, IBM, Nike, NASA, Yale University, and The Young Presidents Organization. Sharma's books, such as The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari and The Greatness Guide have topped bestseller lists across the globe and have sold millions of copies in more than 70 languages. They have been embraced by rock stars, royalty, and many celebrity CEOs.

Sharma is also the co-Founder of 960vets.com, an innovative online support resource that helps U.S. veterans successfully reintegrate into civilian life.

To read his popular blog and download a free audio program on Leading Without a Title, visit robinsharma.com today.


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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Amina Meineker am 31. August 2010
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Genial, grossartig und einfach wahr. Eine echte Inspiration, die leicht eingängig die wirklich tiefen Fragen aufnimmt und beantwortet. Ein Wegweiser zu echter Eigenverantwortung und der unglaublichen Macht der Entscheidung, die jeder von uns hat. Ausserdem ein sehr guter Ansatz der Verknüpfung der persönlichen Entwicklung mit dem eigenen Verhalten / Potenzial am "Arbeitsplatz" (bzw. im beruflichen Kontext). Aus meiner Sicht eine untrennbare - und bisher chronisch unterbeleuchtete - Verbindung.

Einfach ein Buch, das jeder lesen sollte.

PS: Es hilft, sich mental schon mal auf den eher amerikanisch repetitiven Stil einzurichten. Aber tolle Sachen hören wir ja gerne mehrmals...
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...wäre es wohl dieses. Zumindest ich würde das machen. Ich habe das Buch inzwischen schon zigmal gelesen und jedes mal wenn ich die Prinzipien bewusst umgesetzt habe, hatte ich die zufriedensten Monate meines Lebens. Leider kann es eben passieren, dass man sich ablenken lässt, nicht mehr sein bestes gibt etc. und schnell in alte Gewohnheiten zurückfällt. Das ist wohl die einzige Gefahr des Buches, denn dann weiß man schon mal aus der Realität was man haben könnte.
Aber das Buch ist auch super um sich wieder selbst auf Track zu bringen. Dafür nehme ich es auch immer und immer wieder heraus. Selbst wenn man nicht an jedes einzelne Prinzip glaubt (Ich persönlich denke nicht, dass man seine Authentizität in jeder Situation versprühen muss - Mickymaustuch;)) motiviert einen das Buch wieder total sein Leben selbst in die Hand zu nehmen.

Meine persönliche Bibel;)
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Von Ludwig Kyral am 27. Dezember 2011
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Schon als ich vor 15 Jahren den "Mönch der seinen Ferrari verkauft" gelesen habe, hat mich Sharma's Herangehensweise an die Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten des eigenen Lebens fasziniert. Und die Botschaft von LWT, besonders der Versuch vom Opfer zum Gestalter des Lebens zu werden sollte jeder einmal gelesen haben, dem das noch nicht klar ist.
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Amazing book about reaching your higher potential & live better/more fulfilling life. I recommend everyone, who is interested in world class self-development.
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Refreshing and Invogorating and more... 6. April 2010
Von Shawn B. Phillips - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've got too many books to read... too much wisdom waiting for my intake. So, when I came across this book from a favorite, trusted author who I'd reconnected with through the magic of Twitter, I was reluctant to engage.

It's just a time thing, cost vs. benefit. And to be honest, the title didn't really spell it out for me. I couldn't see the connection with my life and needs. Sure, I have a business have moments of accepting my role as a leader but it's not where my focus is at the moment.

Ahhh... But, as luck would have it, as an author myself I had the good fortune to lay my hands on an early copy. I opened the fresh book planning to scan it for high-points and then file in the "get to it soon," pile... Ha ha.

That scanning turning into reading which turned into a completed book. I can't tell you exactly how but I can tell you that I feel an amazing sense of accomplishment, if only in completing something. More so, I am clear and energized. It's an amazing thing how words can awaken your soul and inspire your purpose.

There's a lifetime of wisdom in this masterpeice--but it's truly the power of the story that makes it work. There's a lot of smarts in every book store, online and in the world but so little knowledge matters for it's never effectively or inspirationally shared. Not the case here. Through a magically vivid story Robin shares a lifetime of transformational wisdom so effectively you won't even feel the pain of learning as it's "resistance free."

And as you may have gathered by now, it's not really a book of leadership, in the traditional sense. It's about LIFE and being a leader of self, an egoless leader of others and most notably a man or woman "at cause" in the world, making a difference. That's what truly matters most in this world we live in today.

If you're a place where you could use a boost of power, hope and confidence... have been thinking you could stand to take a strong handle of control in your life, make this the one book you embrace this year. You can thank us both later.

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This story gives you a powerful experience, and the principles build you up for an extraordinary life. 3. April 2010
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Do you like a moving story filled with powerful principles for improving your life? If so, this will fulfill your craving. Here's the crucial detail: this story *gives you an experience* so that the principles will stay with you -- and you can apply the principles to your daily life. The context of the story provides power. And here are samples of the principles: "Those who don't make time for daily exercise must make time for daily illness (p. 185)." "If something is important to someone who is important to you, it should become important to you as well (p.112)." "Your former habits of thinking and being must disintegrate before better ways of behaving can begin to integrate (p. 170)." "Take care of people and the money will take care of itself (p. 153)." "Victims recite problems. Leaders present solutions (p. xiii)." "Your words can show people possibilities they never knew existed (p. 113)." This book is a delightful surprise.

Tom Marcoux
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A FRAUD 3. Januar 2012
Von Stefan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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"The Leader Who Had No Title" is a sleek piece of empty smooth-talk. This so-called modern fable stacks up one easy-bought `truth' after another, hyping them as `explosive secrets', guaranteed to immediately and fundamentally change the life and career of the reader. The only thing this book guarantees, of course, is to make the author a lot of money. (The reader is `strongly encouraged' to visit the author's website, to buy download tools `for real and lasting results', book the author for a presentation, or `invest in copies of this book', which is possible at `a special price on bulk orders.')

"The Leader Who Had No Title" operates in a painfully one-dimensional world where people in the military are `men of honour', where one's parents are the most fantastic and inspirational people on earth, and where everyone can `win', regardless of their abilities, intelligence and psychology. Literarily, this is also a world where the java (of course not `coffee') is `amazing', where everyone `admires' what the other just said and where posh hotel lobbies just happen to be filled with `beautiful models'.

As a manual for changing life and career, "The Leader Who Had No Title" is a well-oiled mish-mash of conventional positivism, `go-out-and-do-it'-attitude and borrowed wisdom quotes. Sadly, this makes for an intellectual collapse, in which reality gives way to sleek superficiality. In instant actions of will, the reader is supposed to perform psychological feats that for the best of people take years, and that for some is, of course, never possible: `...clearing up the emotional dimension of your inner life, releasing any resentments you may be carrying, and letting go of all baggage from the past.' Wow. Less grave, but no less annoying, the book endlessly acts as its own pop-up ad, repeating on every second page (literally) that if the reader follows its lessons, he or she will experience `awesome results', `breathtaking success' and gain `staggering power' in `these wildly uncertain times', `this period of dazzling change', `this time of head-spinning upheaval' etc. etc. Since the ideas in the book are the author's own, it is equally cringing and amusing to find him make the characters non-stoppingly praise each other's statements: `Amazing thought!', `Wow, that's a cool way of seeing it!' or `That makes so much sense!'

As literature, "The Leader Who Had No Title" is a painful read. Shallow and sentimental, it comes up short on all aspects fundamental to a fable: philosophy, psychology and empathy.

"The Leader Who Had No Title" is, in sum, a fraud.

An example of the book's level:

Anna, one of the story's `genious teachers', to the main character, who has done US military service in Iraq: `I honor you and all the other soldiers who've made so many sacrifices for us. You've fought hard so we all could be free. I know it's impossible for me to really understand what you've been through. But I do want to express my deepest gratitude. I love America a lot. And you, along with those who fought by your side, have kept us safe. And strong. So thank you.'

Robin Sharma, you scare me. Your insides must be made of plastic.
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Excellent Book! 21. September 2010
Von Richard Queen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've read a few books by Robin Sharma and have never been let down. This book continues his line of excellent leadership teaching. Lead Without a Title is an excellent philosophy to help you in the workplace as well as in your daily life. The principles taught in this book are easy to remember and laid out in such a way to give you acronyms and catch phrases to jog your memory throughout the day, making it easier to implement the practices. Written like a novel, it's not like reading an outline on leadership or a seminar. You get to know the characters and relate with them. You can see yourself in the role, which is an excellent visual while reading. I highly recommend this book to ANYONE, regardless of position or place in your life. You cannot read this book without picking up a few goldmines that I guarantee you'll use. Enjoy!
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Robin rocks as usual... 17. April 2011
Von Premkumar Masilamani - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Should I really write a review for Robin Sharma's book?. His name stands better than the best book-review anyone could write for his book. Hmm... let me share some of the insights that are spread throughout this book. This book packs 15 yrs of his leadership advisory experience, which was once a closely guarded secret. Robin tried to make this book interesting by using the story of an Iraq war vet Blake Davis.

Blake served in Iraq war and is having tough time transitioning to civilian life. He is having trouble with the relationships and job. Tommy, his father's friend comes to his life and introduces him the philosophy of "LWT - Lead Without a Title". Blake gets introduced to four different teachers and learns the philosophy with atmost interest. Transformation of Blake from playing victim-hood to leading is described very naturally.

This book is packed with a hell lot of quotes from well known personalities all over the world. Some of the quotes from Robin are awesome. Lots of acronyms are used and lots of repetition to instill these concepts in reader's mind. Robin Sharma summarizes the philosophy under four different principles, taught by four different teachers. The teachers Anna, Ty, Jackson & Jet are striking different from each other, but follows the same principle.

I would like to give a glimpse of these four principle, but suggest you to read the book to grasp it completely.

Principle 1: You need no title to be a leader.
Leadership is not reserved to the selected few who lead the organizations or the countries. Everyone has the power and potential to lead by example. You need to be very innovative and be a master at whatever you do. Be it street sweeping or an exquisite art work of calibrating diamonds or a CEO. Be a master of it. Be authentic and have guts to take difficult decisions when the rest of the world hides in the cocoon. You should have you own value systems or ethics to guide you along your route.

Principle 2: Turbulent times build great leaders.
Remember the old quote, "Smooth seas never make a skilled sailor". But how often, do we remember this?. Robin sharma devotes more pages to this principle than the rest and pushes the principle into our mind, without us realizing it. Its good. "Life begins at the end of the comfort zone". Lets celebrate the tough time with a big smile :)

Principle 3: The deeper your relationship, the stronger your leadership.
I cannot emphasize the importance of this principle in our life. Be it, professional or personal , relationships are very very important. DON'T break any relationship in your life, whatever the reason are. At the end of the life - money, power, position, college degree doesn't matter. Its the fulfilling relationships that you have earned, matters. So, go for it. Just mingle with everyone, have fun. Thats what we are all here for !!!

Principle 4: To be a great leader, first become a great person.
This principle details about the personal life of a leader. The importance needs to be given for the personal health, family, friends, fun-time and self-realization. Robin Sharma gives seven essential steps to become a great person.
1. Learning
2. Affirmations
3. Visualization
4. Journaling
5. Goal setting
6. Exercise
7. Nutrition
I am doing most of these & I know the importance of these first hand. Please try and transform.

This is not just another book, which you will read and stack it in your library. Make this a constant companion and keep it in your coffee table. Refer this book as often as you want. Its worth every penny.
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