By Jonar C Nader
This book is the most explosive text in decades! You will feel liberated and fulfilled when you say what needs to be said, fight for what needs to be won, and do what must be done -- even if in the process you too might have to lose friends and infuriate people.
This controversial book is about personal achievement, management, and leadership in the new millennium. It is presented in three parts because we trend to live our lives in three ways: 1. We live as private individuals who have to deal with the world from our own point of view; 2. We have to live and interact with others, whether they be friends, family, or colleagues; and 3. Together we have to live within this modern world, and find ways to survive it.
For these reasons, Part One of this book highlights some of the challenges facing people at home, at work, and within society. It covers important subjects that need to be understood by those who desire to fly higher. They include motivation, inspiration, belief and conviction, self control, brain power, creativity, and one's perception of the world.
Part Two delves into how people can work together, and how the leader can create synergy. This is important because we live in a world in which people must work better together, but unlike bees and ants, we are not as well coordinated.
Part Three examines some of the pressing issues that organizations and individuals will face in the new millennium. Advice is given about what can be done to pre-empt (and succeed in) the new environment.
In a nutshell, what this book is about:
Leadership, management, and self-development principles are taught at hundreds of colleges to thousands of students who read millions of books. Yet companies collapse, businesses blunder, and friendships fail, while individuals and organizations are enslaved to inefficiency, inaccuracy, and instability.
Paperback, 3rd edition 2009 excellent conditio, dedication on bottom of front end page