Distilling the essential lesson or Sutra of each of the Gita eighteen chapters into a meaningful massage for leaders at all levels the book challenges you to Change the way you think in order to change the way you act Addressing the narrow minded anxiety ridden lives of Modern business leaders Timeless Leadership teachers you to refocus Your energy and change Your perspective on the world and Your perspective on the world and your place Within it.
Detailing how the sage advice of the past can help you deal with the pressures of today’s Business world in order to better understand and implement your Vision make better decision and much more the Book Presents wisdom of the ancient world in a readily accessible way so can become a better more productive and more satisfied leader Outlining the ABC of leadership success Author tacitly to your core values Being a true leader and Convergence between where you are and where You want to be the book show exactly how the teaching of the Gita can be used to solve life’s most puzzling problems.
The Bhagavad Gita is as relevant in the board rooms of the twenty first century as it was on the battlefields of ancient India and Timeless Leadership Bring the Knowing of past millennia to today’s business leaders So You can achieve greater success in the workplace and beyond.
The Bhagavad Gita zooms in on many moments of truth with an imminent battle in the backdrop the fierce blowing of conch shells like lions roaring massive movement of soldiers neighing horses battle banners fluttering on both sides Arjuna the greatest warrior of his time is driven in a magnificent chariot by his friend mentor and divine guide Krishna Arjuna is leading the battle on behalf of the Pandavas who have lost their kingdom to their won kin the Kauravas In a wicked plot the kauravas have unjustly dethroned the Pandavas This is a battle for a just cause a battle of redemption Arjuna says to Krishna Let me have a book at my enemies before I fight them Krishna Drives the glittering chariot pulled by four white horses right into midfield between the two warring camps Arjuna ayes his enemies his former friend his great teachers and his revered uncle He is in deep sorrow He wonder before Krishna how he can kill his own people who are supposed to be loved and respected Wouldn’t battle lead to the destruction of society Wouldn’t that lead to the breakdown of established institutions of caste and tribe Wouldn’t this war lead to the disintegration of family and ancestral Virtues Arjuna slumps down in his chariot in anguished indecision His hands being to shake and he lays down his bow and arrow. In a dramatic turn of events Arjuna seems completely lost in despair He urges Krishna to show him the way.
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