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About The Book
Missing Leaders is a book for people to awaken and strengthen their leading potential within them. It is about realizing not to regret dreams forgotten or missed. The destiny to avail any presidential post is a dream for desirables in prior fields. But it becomes harder for many to find and fulfil it. Though many sources are available on this particular subject, i.e., leadership, some lacking elements are missed, and they are wonderfully placed in this book.
Things unfamiliar and obscured are notified through this book as supplemental lack. Material in this book might help in sharpening someone intensely to become a leader. The experiments done on this basis has helped to effectuate leaders. Age has no bar to possess leadership in various fields. But the examples abstracted from the political field are necessary to make this subject to dare and complete the dream.
Nature has given 24 hours without discrimination and by no reason can it be extended. Nobody is special for time but dreamers have to set time to be special.
About The Author
The purpose of taking birth is meaningful to selective people to learn, teach, serve and lead for a vision beyond potential and galvanize their dreams; this vindicates a true example of this author. Rajesh Valse is evidential of manhood positively enriched and flourished with innovations. He knocks out all his hurdles, making destinations fluent for any desirable presidential dream, thoughtfully placing it analogically in regard of human attitudes.
Besides his profession, he inevitably holds public relations. He believes in a well-disciplined lifestyle. His profound impact of word utilization in literature is amazing.
His presentation is either in the form of poems or writings. His speeches boost persons to imbibe and get support in their endeavors to avail big dreams easily. Simultaneously, the most stunning differentiation in him is his daring effort to write his first book.
|Title:||Missing Leaders: Revolution in Leadership||Publisher:||Notion Press|
|No. of Pages:||60|