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‘Everyone desires to be a good leader. Most of us believe that leadership attributes are abstract and developed mostly from learning, experience and circumstances. Dr Anjana Sen has delved into a new approach and rationale, based on neuroscience inputs. She conveys that Ultra Special Senses of the brain contribute much to the development, strengthening and prioritization of leadership attributes in a person.
Dr Sen explains attributes of a person in a practical, easy-to understand dialogue with Tan Tan. Two examples are as follows:
‘In today’s world of flux, all of us are constantly juggling various aspects of our lives and wishing for balance. There are many books which are written with the aim of helping us to discover within ourselves how to tackle and deal with our varied emotions. Anjana Sen with her latest book What’s Your Superpower? takes readers through a discovery of Ultra Special Senses, all of 15, within each of us to help deal with different situations in life.
‘At the time when the youth is increasingly grappling with questions of identity, self-worth and the purpose of life, this book comes as a much-needed tool to help them find an enhanced sense of self and belongingness. This book will encourage its readers to delve more into their inner self and explore their thoughts and emotions. It will be a journey that would make you a more confident and resilient person!’
‘A brilliantly simplified text, detailing complex concepts of the subconscious and conscious states of mind at play in our development of self-worth, resilience and leadership qualities. With a firmly rooted background in neuroscience, the author gives very astute insights into our Ultra Special Senses and allows us to analyse ourselves very subtly. By the time we have absorbed one concept and applied it to ourselves, we notice ourselves smiling and turning the page.
‘Anjana straddles neuroscience and the psychology of wellness effortlessly, making this book an invaluable self-help guide for aspiring leaders. The easy conversational flow with Tan Tan enhances understanding of USSs with lots of insightful pointers to practise in daily life. For millennials struggling to cope with rejection, even relevance, in an increasingly digital world, the timing of What’s Your Superpower? is indeed opportune.’