Dr Myra S. White is a Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and an award winning instructor in Harvard's Master of Liberal Arts Management Program. She has a PhD in psychology and a J.D. from Harvard and is an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering. She conducts leadership training programs for international executives and is a former competitive athlete who played on Harvard's Women's Ice Hockey Team. In 2010 she was selected Woman of the Year by Harvard Women's Empowerment Network.
Hidden in each of us is a superstar waiting to come to life. Often we struggle to find this, not because we lack talent, desire, or ability, but because we don’t know the right steps to take. Frequently, we surrender to a sea of negative emotions and self-doubts right at the very beginning, or give up after a few setbacks. Dr Myra S. White and Sanjay Jha provide a comprehensive nine-step roadmap to help you succeed in the workplace and other areas of your lives.
The Superstar Syndrome is the ultimate success bible based on the lives of over 80 well-known people, like N.R. Narayana Murthy, M.S. Dhoni, Steve Jobs, Jack Welch, Warren Buffet, and Ratan Tata who transformed themselves from ordinary people into exceptional achievers. It covers all aspects of what you need to know and do to successfully make the journey to superstardom—how to identify and manage your special talents, build power, influence, and deliver A-level performances—and illustrates each step with examples from the lives of the well-known superstars that were studied. It makes you believe that the finish line is not just within your reach, but opens up dreams and possibilities beyond.