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Monday, 28 May 2012

O2 #2 Measure Success by Value you Create (via TheGulfTimes)

One of the keys to happiness and success is to find an important cause to which you can dedicate your life, according to leadership guru Robin Sharma.
Sharma, author of 11 international bestselling books, including The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, gave insights and advice for youths at Qatar University’s College of Law yesterday, telling the audience how they can be leaders regardless of official title, authority or social status. “Leadership is about what you do when no one is watching,” said Sharma. “Anyone can be ethical when all eyes are upon them, anyone can be excellent when your family or friends or your business peers are watching. The true test of you as a leader ... is how ethical, passionate and engaged you are when you are the only person in the room.
Read the Leadership Guru interesting interview to The Gulf Times here: RobinSharma

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