Take a moment to ask yourself these two questions: how are we encouraging hope in those around us? And how are we helping to grow the leaders of tomorrow?Danny:
Like it or not, we are all acting in a role of leadership. With every action we do, our reactions to and people around us shape the mindset of today's kids, tomorrow's leaders. We swear, they swear. We smoke. They smoke. We do drugs. They do drugs. If we're not setting an example, how can we expect our kids to?Danny:
How we work with colleagues dictates how we lead our workforce. Even if we're not managers, we're part of a decision making process that defines that company's culture and success. Work smart, work intelligently, work respectfully.Danny:
Our voices define our outlook. Disagree with something or someone by all means, but respect their view to differ. Religion, simple points of view, movie tastes, etc. Wouldn't it be boring if we were all the same? Make your point, but allow more than yours.Danny:
Speaking for the voiceless when words aren't enough. Actions speak louder than words. Know someone who's right but afraid to say so? Say it for them. Don't be a passerby when the slightest encouragement can offer so much hope.Danny:
None of us are born leaders. That takes time to cultivate. Even then, leadership is born from respect of our peers, employers, friends and colleagues. People earn leadership - bought leadership is just politics.Danny:
Leaders make changes that others wish for but never act on. Imagine if we encouraged everyone around us to be leaders in their own right.