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Part travel journal, part road-map to success, What I Didn’t Learn at Harvard describes the challenges, and the rewards, of following your own path.
Each year Harvard University selects 65 applicants from around the world to undertake a master class on leadership. The course promises practical insights into resilience and the pursuit of excellence. As a graduate of that Harvard program, Rob Redenbach also offers insights into those same essential qualities – he does so, however, from a very different perspective, drawing from his life as a modern-day ‘ronin’, the Japanese word for masterless samurai. Literally translated, a ronin is a ‘waveman’ – a soldier tossed by the waves of fortune.
Redenbach’s What I Didn’t Learn at Harvard provides a first-hand account of what it’s like to take part in drug raids with the FBI in Los Angeles, converse with Nelson Mandela in South Africa and provide close personal protection to aid-workers in Baghdad, Iraq. But there is more to What I Didn’t Learn at Harvard than fast-paced action – although you can read it on that level too. A story-within-a-story, What I Didn’t Learn at Harvard is a book about adaptability and discovering what really matters.
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