Common Truth My Teacher Never Taught Me. by Daniel Patrick
Common Truth My Teacher Never Taught Me.
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Common Truth My Teacher Never Taught Me:
Understanding the divine reality of leadership is a fable about fulfilling your dreams and achieving your destiny as a leader or wanting to become a leader. This book is an inspiring tale that provides to you step-by-step guide on how you can live a wonderful life as a leader or you who want to become a...See MoreCommon Truth My Teacher Never Taught Me:
Understanding the divine reality of leadership is a fable about fulfilling your dreams and achieving your destiny as a leader or wanting to become a leader. This book is an inspiring tale that provides to you step-by-step guide on how you can live a wonderful life as a leader or you who want to become a leader, which will end up in been significant, joyful and courageous. Common truth my teacher never told me is an extraordinary story of Daniel, a young promising man who has all it takes to become a great leader, but on the long run after all that he has achieved, met a lady who took him to her hometown, where he learnt what revolutionized his mentality and the way he looked at leadership and that enable him to create a life of peace, freedom, purpose, passion and humility.
From the inside
Understanding the divine reality of leadership
This inspiring tale provides a step-by-step guide on how you can live a wonderful life as a leader and make impact thereby creating a life of peace, freedom, purpose, passion and humility for yourself. During his journey to the hometown of Susan he learnt:
Truth about serving others
Truth about training
Truth about power
Truth about self-development
Truth about leadership
And many truth that will revolutionized your life, like in leadership, he learnt that a good leader is to:
Be generous and love sharing
Quick to move back to whenever there is a problem to solve it, even he/she is at the top.
Be a good encourager
Have lots of empathy for everyone
Learn to survive in groups
My word for you
“Humility is the bedrock of greatness” get this book today and change yourself and your leadership for greatness. Get in touch with me through my email address: email@example.com, send me your feedbacks, questions, comments, contributions and if you need counseling. Thanks and I love you.
Excerpt from inside the book
TRUTH ABOUT LIFE IN GENERAL
I see these two words as a blessing that very day because really we as human don’t always say please or thank you, cause probably we are bosses or whatsoever, I remember that Mr. Joe said that no matter what the thing is whether small or big, always say please and thank you. We actually live in a society where everyone is a boss, if for example you want to ask of a favor from someone that you are older than, there is usually no please or thank you at the end.
Even in homes I have never or probably heard these words “please and thank you” it is not common these days for a man or husband to say please honey or darling can I get my food and after eating will say honey thank you for the food, all because he provided money for the food. I was teaching in a marriage seminar and I gave some hint of having a successful marriage, I saw the faces of people in a different mood and there was a total silence that even the noise of the air can be heard. Always say please and thank you.
Again he said do not gossip no matter what, it is unhealthy to gossip. I raise up my hand to ask a question which he allowed me to, I said sir what is gossip, Mr. Joe daughters looked at me with a surprising look but I was not bothered by their look because I want to know and he said good question, that to him gossip is simply to forget yourself and start talking of others when you are asked to or you are giving a speech, he said further that, gossip is not only talking bad about others but simply focusing on other people’s lives.
I said yes and I looked at the daughters at that time with a more believing look because they were amazed with their father's explanation. He said to his daughters not to be amazed, and he said again life is all about connecting and we should occupy ourselves with the needs and desire of others.
Well, I know that before now and the last word he said was leave people better than the way you find them (listen more, develop others, speak the truth) and he said I love you all and see you next time.