The Secrets
of The
Bulletproof Spirit

Executives and leaders frequently confront unexpected setbacks, challenges, and losses.

Why do some leaders bounce back while others falter?

In this book, you’ll learn how to fortify your leadership journey with spiritual resilience.

  • Go beyond coping mechanisms and embrace a mindset that thrives in adversity, making challenges an impetus for growth.
  • Understand how your thoughts craft your reality, and harness this power to take control in even the most tumultuous situations.
  • Identify and overcome mental routines that may subconsciously hold you back from achieving your potential.
  • Connect the dots between your formative years and your current resilience quotient, shedding light on your unique strengths and vulnerabilities.
  • Equip yourself with spiritually affirming strategies that will help you face corporate challenges as well as personal life decisions.

Setbacks are inevitable. This book will help you fortify your emotional and spiritual defenses, ensuring you not only weather storms but emerge from them stronger, wiser, and undeterred.

About the author

Azim Noordin Khamisa – an author, thought leader, peace activist, and international inspirational speaker – was born in Kenya, Africa of Eastern roots. Azim had early training in mathematics, economics and international finance in the United Kingdom. A successful international investment banker with over 45 years of experience, he has conducted business in Africa, the Middle East, Canada, the USA, Europe, and Asia. (

A man always on the go, taking action for societal transformation, he is the Founder and Chairperson of the Tariq Khamisa Foundation now in its 25th year ( Azim is the Co-Founder of the Constant And Never Ending Improvement (CANEI) program established in 2001 in partnership with the National Youth Advocate Program (, currently active in several cities and is in its 19th year (LINK). He serves as Vice-Chair of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (, which studies consciousness and was founded by Edgar Mitchell, the sixth astronaut to walk on the moon, some 46 years ago.