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The leader who had no title – Robin Sharma

  • EACH OF US IS BORN INTO GENIUS. Sadly, most of us die amid mediocrity.
  • Everyone needs to drive innovation. Everyone needs to inspire their teammates. Everyone needs to embrace change. Everyone needs to take responsibility for results. Everyone needs to be positive. Everyone needs to become devoted to expressing their absolute best.
  • We all need to lead where we are planted and shine where we now find ourselves.
  • The highest of all human abilities is the ability each one of us has to choose how we respond to the environment we find ourselves within. And when each of us chooses peak performance and personal leadership, of course, the organization itself gets to world-class speedily.
  • We all have an ‘inner leader’ inside of us, longing to break free. We all have a natural power to lead that has nothing to do with a big title, or how old we are, or where we live.
  • Leadership has nothing to do with what you get or where you sit. Leadership’s a lot more about how brilliantly you work and how masterfully you behave.
  • The less you cared about receiving the stuff most of us care about at work, the more you received it.
  • The only way to avoid getting eaten alive is for companies to strengthen the capacities of employees at every level to lead in everything they do.
  • It’s no longer an excuse to say you don’t have a high rank so you don’t need to take ownership for the results of the organization. To succeed, everyone now must see themselves as part of the leadership team.
  • A restaurant is the only place I know of where you get the good stuff first and then you pay the price. In work—and in life in general—you need to pay the price of success before you get all the rewards due to you.
  • Money is really only the byproduct of standing for the finest within you and doing some SEW (Seriously Exceptional Work).
  • You can’t be creative and innovative and all that juicy stuff if you’re too scared to think, feel, and be different. Be an original.
  • The great news is that it’s just not possible to grow your interior world and not see corresponding growth in your exterior world. So working on yourself really is Job Number One.
  • Self-leadership isn’t about improving, because there’s nothing really wrong with you. It’s more about remembering. Remembering your inner leader and then making your relationship with it stronger each day. Self-leadership has so much to do with simply reconnecting to the person you once were—to your true nature.