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Important Qualities of a Leader
Transcript of Important Qualities of a Leader
How can I commit?
The Importance of Commitment
A serious commitment means you fully invest yourself in your role as a leader - physically, mentally, and emotionally. You connect completely with your cause and passionately pursue it by putting your whole heart, mind, and soul into it.
Commitment and other Qualities
To be a great leader it is important to have many different capabilities. But to have strong work ethic, confidence or any strong leadership quality you need to commit yourself to what your doing and your followers to be a great leader.
"Commitment is a big part of what I am and what I believe. How committed are you to winning? How committed are you to being a good friend? To being trustworthy? To being successful? How committed are you to being a good father, a good teammate, a good role model? There's that moment every morning when you look in the mirror: Are you committed, or are you not?" - Lebron James
By being committed, a leader is keeping a solemn promise with them and the ones that follow. Others rely on a leader and they would have no sense of direction if their leader did not stick to their promises.
When you make serious commitments, you are willing to selflessly make sacrifices to make your followers happier.
A leader has long-term obligations, and without commitment, they won't be able to pursue their dreams and help others pursue theirs.
Someone who is committed will conquer anything that gets in their way. They won't give up because of minor or even major setbacks. Being committed will help a leader learn from their mistakes and improve on them.
That love could be anything: volunteering, writing, playing a sport, even just committing to educating yourself and others on something you want to know about.
Helen Cornelison, Sammie Jammal, and Madison Perez
Find something you love and commit to it.
Don't just do something to impress other people or schools, do it to make yourself
"Without commitment, you cannot have depth in anything, whether it's a relationship, a business or a hobby." ―Neil Strauss