I look at being a leader from a totally different place than most people.
From my point of view, being a leader is when you’re able to know what you know and follow what you know regardless of whether anybody else goes along. It doesn’t exclude anyone, because anyone can come along—IF THEY CHOOSE IT.
That’s what being a leader is from my point of view.
In this reality to be a leader you must have followers. I totally disagree. My point of view is that in order to be a leader you must lead yourself, and if anybody else follows because you’ve got such a brilliant idea, no problem. But if you’re truly being a leader you will empower them to know what they know, not simply get them to try to follow you.
This is a totally different concept in leadership. For me, that’s what’s required if we’re going to change tracks on the planet right now.
Being a leader is being willing to step into what you know and follow it. It’s really that simple. It’s about having a sense of trust in you and your knowing, even when that
knowing doesn’t match other people’s points of view.
– Dain Heer
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