The Kind of Leader You Want to Be

Before you rush into trying to becoming a leader, it would be prudent to start by asking yourself what kind of leader you want to be. This is going to be a long process. Good news is the process started a long time ago.

It could have started when you first felt underappreciated by a leader, when you first felt empowered by a leader, or when you first felt a strong sense of respect towards someone.

We don’t start out as leaders. We start by being led. We observe our leaders. We take note of what we like or dislike about a leader: you emulate what…

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