Revitalize and Resurrect this Memorial Day (May 26)!

Do you sometimes feel a little hollow on the inside? Indoctrination will do that! Gladiator Leaders will restore your “Spirit” within you. Indoctrination is a viral cancer that devours the core of the human spirit until there is nothing left where Courage should be. Gladiator Leaders: Don’t Drink the Laced Drink is a model and guide for the restoration of personal leadership. Why not become the person (Leader) you are destine to become?

On May 26, Memorial Day, my book, Gladiator Leaders will unleash a “Universal Message” that will empower the individual, restore the human spirit and Unconform Leadership! Why not revitalize or resurrect your spirit this Memorial Day?

“Never accept the role of a Gladiator if you do not have the spirit of a Warrior.” by A. K. Hasan



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About A. K. Hasan

A. K. Hasan is Author of Gladiator Leaders: Don't Drink the Laced Drink A. K. Hasan is a leadership anomaly. His “Unconform” approach to leadership led to his election to a school board at twenty-six years old. He was the youngest person ever elected to serve on that board. At twenty-seven, he was elected president of the board. He was the first African American elected and youngest ever to serve as president. Hasan was later elected to a city council. After sixteen years outside politics and the limelight, he reemerged and was elected to a one-year term on the school board. Prior to Hasan being elected to public office, he navigated a number of obstacles as a community activist. He emerged as the key community spokesperson against and later for magnet schools. He remains an avid advocate for magnet schools to this day. Each of the three magnet schools Hasan helped to create has earned a number-one ranking among magnet schools in the United States. Hasan is a lifelong resident of Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia. This is his first book. I hope you enjoy reading my book. Contact: A. K. Hasan, author Author Website: Author Email:
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