The rules of achieving leadership qualities by unleashing instincts inside of you are limitless. There is no stopping once you unleash the leadership rules. Likewise, leaders come in all shapes, sizes, forms, backgrounds, ethic groups, and so forth. The leader is inside of all of us, yet it takes you to unleash your instincts to achieve those leadership qualities.
A leader sees beyond the normal as he takes steps into the future guiding others along the way. A top leader will let his actions and conduct speak louder than words. As you can see, a true leader takes ownership of his leads.
What makes a leader? How can you unleash those instincts to bring out the leader within you? It takes great efforts, practice, a will to move ahead, and an ability to learn. Leaders continue to grow and learn, rather than believe they know it all. Leaders will challenge new information, provide feedback, and accept the unacceptable.
Leaders inspire others by pointing out facts in assertive voice. Leaders use their body languages to convey messages along with words and for instances to verify their knowledge and wisdom. Leaders also debate to drive points, or else to view other angles of current information. While leaders will find truths beyond truths, they will also accept proven facts that come their way.
Some of the leaders in the world include the presidents, law, lawyers, doctors, and the like. Still other unrecognized leaders include you. One of the proven facts of world leaders is that these people are not true leaders of the world, i.e. some have proven their lacking in leadership. For instance, a true leader will not publicly make claims and go behind the screen behaving out of word. Instead, a true leader keeps his word and backs those words with harmonized conduct, behavior, and actions.
Leaders are prepared to isolate self in necessary. These people recognize that many in the world will not accept their achievements. The world feeds off negatively, despondence, and often depends on others to carry the load for them, while they will ignore those same people they are expecting to carry the load. For instance, we see proof of this series of facts as we look around us and hear the scores of people complaining about world issues, yet rarely will you see these naggers and complainers stand up for what they believe in. Rather they wait in hopes that changes will occur. A true leader will consider world issues and ponder on what he or she can do to help. This person will write, e-mail, and phone congress, representatives, and the like addressing the issues while delivering consequences, resolving ideas, and the like. The leader won’t stop until those changes are addressed.
Yet, as a leader addresses issues, he/she will continue probing to consider additional facts, ideas and the like. The leader never stops work until he knows a solution is at hand. Some of the most well known leaders of our time have stood publicly making serious mistakes. A true leader will prepare for these mistakes, admit to the mistakes, and take actions to address the mistakes. He takes full ownership and responsibility for his actions, words, conduct, behaviors etc. Still, a leader will give credit to others knowing that if not for others he would not have achieved in the task completed. In other words, I give credit to my experiences, above all God, and all those that inspired me to write books. Unfortunately, this includes the people that made my life a living hell, since if not for them I wouldn’t have the experiences I live today and can give to you.
By John Hester