Each one of us, in every area of our life, has an almost certain, probable, default future. But is this future acceptable?
What if one could create a life, an organization or a team of design, rather than that of drift, by getting skilled in creating a future of choice ? This book provides a simple 6-step framework to actively create a future of one’s choice. While this book is titled Declaring Breakdowns, it is about mastering the art and science of generating breakthroughs in each area of our lives.
Too many of us—leaders, managers, even youngsters—get trapped into the flow of the routine. In Declaring Breakdowns, Sameer Dua provides a how-to manual that—through examples and anecdotes, combined with a theoretical underpinning—presents a way out.
Highly recommended reading for anyone who wants to change their life and create a new future.
Former President, NASSCOM
Power lies in the questions. It is the questions that you (most times subconsciously) ask yourself that determine what answers you get, and what actions you take. Those of you who have read "Declaring Breakdowns" or have attended any of my programs know I really stress on the importance of practices. To support you in your daily practice of observing your leadership, and to generate new actions and new results, I will send you one powerful question everyday.
I request you to take a few moments to reflect on this question - Why? - For the sake of generating results in every area of YOUR life
My wife walked out on me and took our daughter with her. The 5AM Club helped me ‘declare a breakdown’ and create a future of my choice. In 20 months not only did I win back my family but we have become parents of twins since.
Everyone in The 5 AM Club created a future – a future of design.
The Institute for Generative Leadership (IGL) enables leaders, managers, and professionals to take their leadership impact and the impact of their teams, organisations, and clients to the next level. We exist to:
1. Awaken people to their power of creation; and,
2. Enable them (including individuals, teams, communities, organisations and nations) to take care of what they care about