The concept of whole person as good leader in this article is similar to the view of Bartolome F. add Evans P. in the Harvard business review book "Executive success", that executives who are able to maintain balance in their private and professional life are able to do things better than the other executives, but different to the point of view of John Adair's situational leadership.This article gives importance to the key stakeholders in work as well as all aspects of leader's life. This is very different to the view of article "Leadership Lessons from India" (Cappelli, P., et al., 2010), where the article mentions working with employees and focusing on their issues within the company and giving them importance rather than giving importance to the company shareholders only.The articles main strength is that it is very easy to follow and understand. It is a structured approach to produce measurable changes in our life. It takes readers through, various simple experiments and practical examples on how to be a successful leader in all domains of life. The examples and experiment suggested by the article are so simple that anyone can try them without being a subject expert.This article emphasis on developing leadership qualities based on authors holistic perspective. The only criticism I have about this article is in its approach. It provides broad sets of simple experiments to create a positive change around you. But in reality, situations are more complex. The article does not take account of any organisational factors. If it is that simple and easy to develop skills as suggested by the author, then everyone will be a good leader.