Please join us for a unique presentation on Heroic Leadership ~ a system based on the lives and principles of Ancient Warrior Sages. Tuesday October 25, 2011 from 7 pm – 9 pm
at the BEAHIVE (Chronogram Bldg.)
314 Wall Street, Kingston, NY 12401
Presented by: Ron Brent and Kamran Loghman. Donation: $5
Please R.S.V.P to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than October 22
The topic of leadership seems to be everywhere these days. Whether on television, radio, newspapers, the web or the next table at your local Starbucks, everyone is talking about it. To be more specific, it’s the absence of leadership in our elected officials that seems to be driving the conversation.
Many individuals have carried the distinctive label of a Great Leader. Among them, perhaps the least understood are the warrior sages. They were powerful warriors who led their people to victory when their rights and freedom were at stake. These leaders were characterized by strength, wisdom and integrity. These are the qualities that distinguish them as Warrior Sages*.
The principles culled from the lives of these warriors provide tools designed to develop leadership qualities in others. Although these past leaders represent diverse cultures, their principles are universal in nature, and transcend time, place, language and customs. They are as fresh and relevant today as they were a thousand years ago.
During the course of this interactive evening we will have an opportunity to hear inspiring stories from the lives of some extraordinary men and women. We will also get a chance to learn and practice several principles and techniques capable of profoundly impacting various aspects of our lives.
When these principles begin to take up residence in our lives, we develop the heroic leadership qualities of awareness, innovation, determination and inner strength. We become driven and focused - with clarity of vision and a renewed sense of purpose. Perhaps in time, we can become the leaders we’ve been looking for! *Warrior Sages don’t necessarily need to take up arms to earn their distinction. In modern times individuals such as Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi earned it through non-violent means. No one can deny that strength, wisdom, and integrity were qualities they embodied. It was wisdom that dictated they use non-violence to achieve victory in their fight for justice. Its wisdom that dictates what means we choose to fight our battles.
For more information on this subject please visit: www.heroicleadership.com