Thanks for your question. Quaid-e-Azam was a historical leader of Muslim Indians. He is generally responsible for forming a nation for them through his leadership. This ultimately saw a homeland being formed for Muslim Indians, which is now known as Pakistan.
G. Allan, who wrote 'The Liberator', speaks of the Characteristics of Quaid-e-azam and sheds light on aspects of his personality. Generally, he speaks of his ambitiousness, dedication, bravery and focused and consistent hard work. He was fearless and was unafraid to stand up for what he believed he could achieve.
He is quoted to have said:
"His was a soul that thirsted for service in a body that be worn out over work and ill-health"
This short sentence was enough to summarise the overall character of Quaid-e-azam and truly highlighted his dedication to the cause.
I hope this helps.