The 50 New Rules of Work
By Robin SharmaAuthor of the #1 bestseller
The Leader Who Had No Title
The global economy is in a state of acute disruption. Competition has never been more fierce. Consumers have never been so wellinformed and loudly demanding. And what wor!ed yesterday "ust might be obsolete today.But this time is also a great time for the astonishing few who are ready to show leadership. $eaders are at their absolute best during messy cycles versus during the easy ones. And messy cycles bring with them gorgeous opportunities.As % sit &uietly on this airplane at '(((( feet away from the rallying cries of a wired world filled with endless interruptions %)ve distilled what %)ve been sharing in my presentations to clients across the planet over the past months from *uwait and +ubai to ,aris $ondon and +usseldorf.-ere are ( powerful rules to amp up your game so this business cycle is one of your best business cycles yet.
The 50 New Rules of Work
http/00www.robinsharma.com0blog0(0the(newrulesofwor!01.2ou are not "ust paid to wor!. 2ou are paid to be uncomfortable 3 and to pursue pro"ects that scare you.4.Ta!e care of your relationships and the money will ta!e care of itself..$ead you first. 2ou can)t help others reach for their highest potential until you)re in the process of reaching for yours.'.To double your income triple your rate of learning..5hile victims condemn change leaders grow inspired by change.6.Small daily improvements over time create stunning results.7.Surround yourself with people courageous enough to spea! truthfully about what)s best for your organi8ation and the customers you serve.9.+on)t fall in love with your press releases.:.;very moment in front of a customer is a moment of truth <to either show you live by the values you profess 3 or you don)t=.1(.Copying what your competition is doing "ust leads to being second best.11.Become obsessed with the user e>perience such that every touchpoint of doing business with you leaves people speechless. ?o breathless.14.%f you)re in business you)re in show business. The moment you get to wor! you)re on stage. @ive us the performance of your life.1.Be a aster of 2our Craft. And practice practice practice.1'.@et fit li!e adonna.1.Read maga8ines you don)t usually read. Tal! to people who you don)t usually spea! to. @o to places you don)t commonly visit. +isrupt your thin!ing so it stays fresh hungry brilliant.