Each of us is the Author of our own life story. The question is, who is the Lead Character? “Never abdicate your authority” by A. K. Hasan

Just, what are you projecting?  Are you Leading a life that projects your character; or, are you being “Mismanaged” by yourself or someone else?  If  you are not the Leader of you, why not? Why are you not the Leader of you is far more important than who is in charge of you if that person happens to not be you. Why? Because, you are “inherently” the Author of your own life story.

The secret is, “It only takes a “Little Courage” on your part to get started. Keep Score! Each time you make a leading decision in your life: You (1) Someone Else (0).

Of course, if you cannot make the changes alone, perhaps you can engage your family and friends or, hire new talent to help you.  The point is to rewrite or change your script? Caution! Do not “Transfer the Power” over you from one party to another. Only you, should be in charge of you. “Never abdicate your Authority!” by A. K. Hasan

With a few minor rewrites or possibly “Huge” changes in your life; you can still become “Personally Improved’ enough to ” Reinstate Yourself” as the Leader of your life! Become the Champion (Lead Character) of you own Cause!

Is the “Big Picture” still Unclear?

Fret not! In my book, Gladiator Leaders Don’t Drink the Laced Drink: Gladiator Leaders plan and then work their plan. Otherwise, your plan is to fail.  Do something to improve yourself or to help a friend improve, Today. Learn to Lead Life. Read Gladiator Leaders!

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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: gladiatorleaders.com Author Email: ak@gladiatorleaders.com
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