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Daring and Disruptive Unleashing The Entrepreneur. Who Killed Change? Beating the Street. Den of Thieves. Managing Brand Equity. The Prophet would only speak the truth or else he would remain silent, that is how a leader must act at all times.
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To speak the truth and not be afraid to do so with quiet conviction. The second rule that Sharma has shared is Prioritize.
A leader must be able to prioritize his actions. Sharma shared a simple example in his book, Michelangelo when he sculpts he would chisel away all the unwanted stone pieces until he creates his masterpiece.
This is how exactly a leader must act during turbulent times, to focus and keep on prioritizing and doing the things that important and that will bring results rather than making loud actions that will not be fruitful;. Sharma spoke about moving away from chaotic complexity to elegant simplicity; and this can be done through focus, focus and focus.
This rule breeds the third rule that is Adversity breeds opportunity. Every storm has a silver lining after and this is what a leader has to always remember and focus on. A leader focusses on the opportunity that is manifest itself and realizes that there is a learning process through the adversity.
Again I look at The Prophet for a similar example of this rule. The Prophet lived a hard life, full of adversities; yet he always looked at the opportunity beyond the adversities. The Prophet was visionary, as a Messenger of Allah; he was protected and guided in all his actions.
This is what every Muslim are taught to have faith and believe that Allah is Merciful and will always bestow success and opportunities to those who focus and patience. The fourth rule is Respond versus react, Sharma further explains that when turbulence strikes a lot of people just respond to the turbulence by trying to douse the flames. A good leader is someone who can rise above the turbulence and react with solutions.
A leader is someone who is calm against all the chaos and is able to think clearly and strategize and provide solutions.
Sharma again emphasized focus, focus on the things that we can control and take initiative and be proactive. In Islam this is a fundamental teaching, to be patient and not simply react with emotion and the solution will come to you.
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The last rule is Kudos for everyone. A leader is a person that nurtures and motivates their team members to heights of greatness and not to breed individualistic nature. Sometimes fear will set in and can make a person be uncertain, a true leader will not let the fear overwhelm and be focus and be clear with what needs to be done. In Islam, to be appreciative and give kudos is also a core teaching.
In Islam being thankful and gracious are virtues of a good Muslim, and this is similar to what Sharma is teaching in this book. The first rule is Helpfulness, Sharma goes to explain that a good leader is helpful and display this attitude to all they connect with.
He stressed to be helpful at all times because it can make a difference. The second rule is Understanding. David Brooks. The Power Of Why. Amanda Lang. Better Than Before. Gretchen Rubin. Chip Heath. Becoming Steve Jobs. Brent Schlender.
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Robert C. Joseph McCormack. Compelling People. John Neffinger.
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