What differentiates good leaders from great ones
As I type my thoughts into cyberspace, I can't help but feel extremely grateful for the different mentors that I had growing up and for the ones I currently have. It is because of my mentors that I was able to write (and put into practice) the list I'm sharing with you. That's the first thing you'll learn about being a great leader. You can not be a great leader if you do not have a mentor guiding you, showing you the ropes, and connecting you. You do not get to become a great leader by being a one man show.
At 18 years old I find myself with multiple leadership roles and while I don't want to fail anyone I especially don't want to fail at the tasks that God has placed in my life. This morning I backtracked to something my 15 year old self had written on September 26, 2012. I have decided to share it with you because not only do I believe in the following 11 points, I believe that those who take this list seriously and put it into practice will go from good leaders to great leaders.
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