Raise Your Game: Lessons Learnt From Benjamin Franklin

By Roshan Thiran|04-06-2017 | 1 Min Read

Roshan Thiran, CEO of Leaderonomics shares lessons learnt from one of his personal heroes, Ben Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States. Franklin believed there was no such thing as impossible and went on to believe everything is possible.

Listen in as Roshan shares some leadership lessons he picked up from reading Franklin’s 13 virtues and how Franklin’s quest to take on the biggest challenge of his life on fixing himself resulted in arguably the greatest leadership lesson of all time.

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Roshan is the Founder and CEO of the Leaderonomics Group. He believes that everyone can be a leader and "make a dent in the universe", in their own special ways. He is constantly featured on TV, radio and numerous publications sharing the Science of Building Leaders and on leadership development. Follow him at www.roshanthiran.com
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