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Excerpt from: my book series
Some people who claim to be leaders want you to feel like they are important. They’ll talk about their accolades and achievements. They’ll claim seniority. They’ll drop names and try to associate with important people. They’ll do just about anything but truly inspire you.
True leaders don’t waste time trying to convince you of their importance. True leaders will make you feel like you are important simply from their behavior and how they interact with those they encounter.
A true leader is someone that people believe in and want to help without being required to.
True power doesn’t demand action. It inspires it. And true leaders don’t demand respect. They earn it.
“A leader leads from in front, by the power of example. A ruler pushes from behind, by means of the club, the whip, the power of fear.” — Edward Abbey
- Offsite: ‘Leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders’
- Offsite: PHD in Leadership
- Offsite: A leader leads from in front, by the power of example.
- Offsite: You can’t change other people. You can only offer guidance and lead by example.
- Offsite: You cannot force commitment…