Glow In The Dark

Mark Leruste

When you talk about yourself and the work you do, what message do you convey? Do you tell your best story and show your most authentic self, or do you undersell your talents and fail to sell your strengths? Too many of us feel like imposters, playing down our achievements, failing to do our brilliant ideas justice. Many of us are simply too afraid of what people might think or say if we showed up as our authentic selves in public and shared our true stories.

Countless brilliant ideas will never see the light of day because people are too timid to truly be themselves.
It doesn't have to be this way. This book will help you get comfortable with being yourself in public, accept who you are, and celebrate every part of you and your story - even the scary bits.

No matter where you are on life's journey, no matter what your experience or background, you can learn a simple framework to turn your myriad of experiences into a powerful, engaging, and clear origin story that people will connect with, remember, and want to share with others on your behalf.

From hiding your talents to glowing in the dark, this book will help you tell your story with confidence.


  • Classification : Self-Help
  • Pub Date : NOV 24, 2022
  • Imprint : John Murray Learning
  • Page Extent : 304
  • Binding : TPB
  • ISBN : 9781529398922
  • Price : INR 1,150

Mark Leruste

As the Founder and Chief Purpose Officer of the Ministry of Purpose and Host of The Unconventionalists podcast, Mark is on a mission to eradicate career misery in the workplace for the next generation of leaders by empowering organisations and those who lead them to build purpose-driven organisations and positive work cultures for people to bring their true selves to work and feel inspired to show up every day.

Mark works with pioneering organisations, forward thinking leaders and disruptive conferences including Google, TEDx, Intuit, INSEAD, Method & Ecover, L'Oreal, StateStreet, The Guardian, Samsung, General Assembly and VirginStartup.

Over the years Mark has lived and worked in more than ten countries across four continents leading Millennial teams and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Metro, The Guardian, ShortList, Elle, GrowthLab to name a few.

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