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This book talks about battles. Battles that help exemplify and teach us about the strategies needed to succeed in life. Battles that clearly show how chasing everything we want is no easy task. But we must never kneel before destiny because that is, according to José Luiz Tejon, "the essence of a soul forged with the strength and resolve of great warriors." In Warriors are not born ready, Tejon, with his inimitable and inspirational words, demonstrates how the path to success is nothing short of stacked with obstacles. Tejon will awaken your warrior spirit within, and guide you towards making smart choices, those truly aligned with your own values in life. Among other aspects of the warrior ethos, here you will learn to:
Build your sense of identity – Define what you stand for – Avoid letting others define you – Embrace your personal challenges – Never fear being the first
This book will revolutionize both your professional and personal life.
José Luiz Tejon Megido is one of the greatest living examples of human resilience. Adopted as a young boy, his face was left heavily scarred by third degree burns at the age of four. He spent his childhood and teenage years in and out of public hospitals, often for long periods at a time. He studied at a school for children with special needs, Santa Casa de Santos, but quickly shrugged off any "ugly duckling" stigma and began to dedicate his undivided attention to the arts and his professional endeavors. He holds a Master's degree from Mackenzie University and has completed postgraduate courses at Harvard, MIT and Insead. He is PhD in Education and holds teaching posts at FGV University in São Paulo and on Audencia University's MBA program in Nantes, France. He is the president of TCA International and manages the agribusiness hub at Brazil's ESPM University. Previously, he held director roles at the Estado de S. Paulo newsgroup, Agroceres and Jacto S/A. He is also a regular guest commentator for the Jovem Pan Radio Ne