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Narendra Modi

A Lion Among The Leaders

7 life lessons from

Narendra Modi

Nostradamus, a 16th-century renowned French prognosticator and fortune teller, published a collection of predictions. He penned significant events which would transpire beyond his lifetime, over many centuries.

One of his divinations decodes as

A man will lead India, whom at the start, people will dislike but after that people will love him so much that he will lead country’s path to development and prosperity.” This prophecy was enunciated way back in the year 1555. “A middle-aged superpower administrator will fetch golden period not only in India but on the whole world.”

Narendra Modi, the “People’s Leader” refers himself as a ‘prime servant’ and understands that the trivial and basic necessities are substantial and high on priority for a common person. He consistently tries to eradicate the bureaucratic barriers for public and trade and follows the principle of ‘Antyodaya,' which means to serve the last person in the queue. A PM which means business and knows election campaign’s strategy needs an emphasis on development rather than on the political tools to divide people by caste, creed, region and religion to appeal votes. He has successfully fought against all the odds and traversed his journey from a meager Chaiwala to the Prime Minister of India, the largest democracy in the world.

Narendra Damodar Das Modi, the 14th and recent Prime Minister of India has become not only the Lion PM of India but also an established world leader who has worked relentlessly and tirelessly ever since he has taken the oath. He has taken no leave so far and is available 24 X 7 to serve his motherland.

What his clear-cut vision for the country and firm stand on national security interests is evident to the world. Modi recognizes the importance of work along with people at the grass root level, in the enterprises and at the global level. The recent actions of India’s eagerness for candidacy in Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Foreign Relations, the formation of GST law, Jan Dhan Yojna, Make in India, Digital India, Consolidation of Rivers and to attract FDI showcase this. The whole world acknowledges today that India is heading in a novel course as never seen before. Indian economy is roaring, and Narendra Modi is crystal-clear on the path, he wants to lead the country for better. He is different, unlike most others in politics whose prime consideration is to win the votes and stay in the rule, their main policy is to beat the opposition in a power battle. The country and its interest are secondary, self and party interest are a priority where most actions drive to garner mass votes. Modi understands that to lead you must make a difference, you need an idea that others will notice and support. Control for him means to set an accurate direction, build the impeccable leadership team, empower and support them to achieve national or international missions. There is a clear sense of priorities: what to do and not to do.

On 29th September 2016, under Modi’s leadership, India has carried out surgical strikes on eight terror launch pads across the line of control, it killed dozens of terrorists who wanted to infiltrate India from Pakistan occupied Kashmir. These strikes demonstrate, that if need be, there is no hesitation to convert the “talk” to “real -action” against terrorism, to defend the interests of the nation. He says, at times war becomes inevitable. Similarly, “Swachh Bharat Mission” which focuses on clean India has developed a public movement in the country, it affirms that it is for the first time in Independent India that people join hands for such a noble cause. Throughout his life, Modi has exhibited fearlessness, even as a common man.

This Book contains 7 key lessons from the life of Narendra Modi; these experiences speak about life and determination of an ordinary man and the steps he took as Prime Minister of India. This book is not a biography.

“If seeds of good humanity and good culture are sown, the rewards of a rich harvest can be reaped by generations to come. Education means such sowing, such implanting.” – Narendra Modi.


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I have been blessed to have an extraordinary combination of people in my life, who help me to excel in the expedition called life.

A huge thanks to my family and friends; without them my voyage would have been worthless. Special thanks to the gifted friends who have played as critique to bring the best in this book.

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Chapter Index “Part- I” Page Nos

Lesson -1 8-14

Humble Beginning is Not a Limitation; It Can Soar Up to Skies and Make Your Dreams Come True

Lesson -2 15-18

Work As You Pray, Pray As You Work

Lesson – 3 19-21

Pity Those Who Do Not Have Emotions

Lesson – 4 22-25

Get Tired but Do Not Stop

Lesson – 5 26-29

Sky Is Not The Limit – It’s Way Beyond

Lesson – 6 30-35

Isolate, Subtract and Attack Your Opponent and Weakness

Lesson – 7 36-38

Practice Good Humor and Build your Personal Brand

Lesson – 8 39-44

Notable Quotes from Narendra Modi

Lesson -1

Humble Beginning is Not a Limitation; It Can Soar Up to Skies and Make Your Dreams Come True

It is a tribute to Indian democracy that a person from a poor family, an ordinary family, is today addressing the nation from the Red Fort.” –Narendra Modi

Before 1947, a son of Gujarat, Mahatma Gandhi, the Saint of Sabarmati, and the distinguished leader of the Indian liberation movement in British-ruled India had revolutionized nonviolent political disobedience movement. He had led India through the terrible tides unto independence and inspired movements for human rights and freedom throughout the world. The tragic assassination of Gandhi on 30th January 1948, had created a vacuum in Indian leadership.

Destiny had its plans, and it produced another matchless son of India, from the same soil. On 17 September 1950, Narendra Damodardas Modi was born. He belonged to the ‘Teli’ or ‘Ghanchi’ caste, the oil-pressers, a third of six children of a very humble family. India at that time was looted, exploited and poverty-ridden, as an outcome of British tyranny over two centuries; not only did the British rulers ensure that the country remained in dearth but also divided the nation on the basis of religion, causing instant communal riots between India and Pakistan. The disputes for political borders between both countries lasted forever, even after the British rule and existed until today. The Gandhi era had different management needs from Modi era –Bangladesh or Pakistan did not exist at that time. The challenges Modi had to face would prove unique due to the nuclear and technological advancement worldwide.

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