”1000 kilometres to leadership is a lucid metaphor for running, passion for life & its quantum leap transformation”-times of India ” read the book if you really want to achieve breakthrough feats, learning from an uncommon achiever, an ultramarathon & ironman”-anurag Singh( film director: Kesari) the story is pivoted around Mohit chobey, a corporate leader stumbling upon running as a means to transform his life and career. What started as a journey for testing his endurance evolves into a platform for learning and imbibing skills which help him better himself as a leader. He is looking at running the “ultimate human race,” The comrades marathon, an iconic race between the towns of Durban and Pietermaritzburg, in the hills of South Africa, covering a staggering distance of 89 km under 12 hours. As he lands in South Africa, he has pangs of doubt about his ability to take on such an onerous challenge with representations from 80 countries. At the 70 km mark of the race, with another 20 kms to go, he falls hard on the road. As he ponders over the forthcoming challenge, he is reminded of a promise. He picks himself up and is scared that his bleeding injury may stop him from finishing the race and he may end up breaking his promise. When self-doubt seeps in and as his mind meanders, will Mohit manage to cast aside the cloak of uncertainty and withstand the hurdles to reach the destination? Or will the promise remain unfulfilled, as he struggles to regain his bearings?.