There is a high premium placed on leading or being a leader. The number of leadership summits, school courses and college electives have sky rocketed. In every single country there is a premium being placed on being the fastest runner, the highest jumper and the most forthright individual. All in the hopes that we may lead and not be lead because being lead seems to be a sign of inherent weakness. To lead however is glorious, after all, one remembers Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela or even Stalin or Adolf Betelgeuse they lead. One hardly believes the scores and multitudes who followed them.
Is that a myth?
Is it okay to just follow?
The average population of a country is 34 020 600 people. Here, there will be only one president, vice president or such. In addition to that there well be a group of MP’s or MLA’s (I’m talking about…
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