Following the modus operandi of renowned business leaders of the time. Sujith Ravindran grew into various leadership positions within corporations and start-ups across the globe. After a decade and a half of successes, he sunk into a spiritual crisis in his life. That void led him to leave his corporate life in pursuit of self-realization. On a quest to find the qualities that made leaders legendary, there he came across the inner path of the four legendary leaders portrayed in this book; Dr. Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, M.K. Gandhi and Abraham Lincoln. From the lives of these ‘Being Leaders’, Sujith discovered that it was not a set of skills or capabilities that made leaders legendary. Instead it was a certain ‘inner state’ that made them so. This book examines that ‘inner sate’ and traces the path that got the Being Leaders to that state. The Being Leaders go beyond the ‘Doing’ to master the realm of true ‘Being’. This realm is one of great personal mastery and self-authorship, a very high level of self-awareness, and a life expressing their highest ideals each day. The book is for those who aspire to embody the highest level of leadership in the organizational or societal realm. ...Read More
✓ How can I access and live my fullest potential? ✓ As a man, what is my
heart's deepest longing? ✓ What does it mean to
be my most mature masculine self?
Millions of men today are asking these
questions. In a time when masculinity is associated with adolescence, and most
men do not embody the right mix of their inner masculine and feminine essences,
humanity must go back to its roots to access the tried and tested truths of the
ancient civilizations. This is what the author has accomplished in this text.
This book finds its origin in the author's years
of pursuit to reclaim his misplaced mature masculinity. It captures the
insights originating from a profound personal opening Sujith experienced many
years ago. That experience led him to leave behind his successful corporate
career in pursuit of self-realization. Many years of working with coaches,
traversing through the troves of spiritual schools, and studying with teachers,
led him back to his roots in