How to Lead Without A Title, shared by Robin Sharma

When the best leader’s work is done, the people say, ‘We did it ourselves.’

-Lao Tzu-

How many Leaders do you know without a title? How many managers and bosses do you remember as unelevated as those they managed? Our society reserves the qualities of a leader to those who have attained a certain designation. Often we cannot imagine becoming a leader without achieving a few letters behind our name. Today’s Daily Dose by Robin Sharma shares leadership tips from mentors who led without a title; encouraging us to do the same.

Robin Sharma, speaker, author and YouTube creator gives us a lesson in humble leadership with his book, The Leader Who had No Title. In this short clip Robin encourages us to run our own race; if you’re in your own lane, there is no competition. To celebrate our eccentricities and be proud to stand apart from the pack. Finally, to become world-class by dialing into our passions with rigor. Never settling for dabbling in something with the intention of mastery. Check out my 3 favorite Wise Reads from Robin Sharma:

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams & Reaching Your Destiny

The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life

The Greatness Guide: 101 Lessons for Making What&8217;s Good at Work and in Life Even Better

This is a great study for those who have always believed that the managers, CEO’s and CFO’s are the only people capable of leadership. In today’s changing world we can all run our own race.

Learn more about Robin Sharma via his books, talks, and leadership training. He is an awesome source of motivation and knowledge when you have the vision to lead and value the encouragement of those who have led before you.

Hope you find this as enjoyable as I did.

Have a great day and Stay Wise!

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