Leaders create more leadersIn India, the Lok Sabha election is around the corner, and the Indian Premier League'19 is in full swing. At the onset of the summer, even nature is at loggerheads in various Indian cities to top the temperature chart. Now and then business magnets are in the race to expand their business empire, underworld dons are taking each other head-to-head to prove their supremacy and numerous other competitions are there in the fray. In each face-off let it be among animate or inanimate beings we finally get hold of a leaderboard.
Once we follow the leading table, then we get a leader definitely in each table. The inanimate list becomes only a matter of discussion, and one can take the required steps to take care of its effects accordingly. On the contrary, the animate list either provides a genuine leader who could direct in the right direction while those who are at the top of the criminal list would make people follow in the wrong direction. So, a leader can be either positive or negative.
A person who has financial stability and has all the other essential resources such as labour, contacts, skills, intelligence along with vision can become a leading force, but such leaders only strive to achieve an ultimate objective. Such leaders cannot leave a powerful impact on the minds of the followers because to leave an imprint one needs to be a guiding force who would awaken the inner spirit of those who are looking up to him/her. Such a torchbearer makes many more leaders in due process because his/her guidance helps to nurture leadership quality in them too.
A leader who has subordinates throughout lacks selflessness and the power to enlighten others, but who being a leader keeps on making new leaders because of his/her selfless guidance is the real motivator with a pure soul. To sum up I quote, "Leaders don't create followers, they create more leaders" aptly said by an American writer Mr Thomas J. Peters.
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