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What Makes Michael Jackson a Leader

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Manaal Zaidi

on 15 January 2014

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Transcript of What Makes Michael Jackson a Leader

Michael Jackson

Michael led the way in teaching humanity to love one another and to stop racism, poverty, and prejudice.
His lyrics conveyed good messages such as changing the world, and helping others.
Michael Jackson donated $300 000 000 to charity.
Thriller is the #1 best selling album of all time.
Basic Info
Name: Michael Joseph Jackson
Date of birth: August 29th, 1958
Date of death: June 25th, 2009
3 Qualities that makes MJ a leader
1. He's caring
2. He was a humanitarian
3. He was in the Guinness Book Of World Records for most charitable pop star
4. He was hardworking (writing hundreds of songs for one album)
Background Info that Helped Make MJ a Leader
He started performing in front of crowds at a very young age. He was the lead singer of the Jackson 5. His father encouraged him along with his siblings to become better.
Qualities We'd Take To Become Better Leaders
We would take his quality of being charitable and extremely caring about the world and poverty. Also, we would take his qualities about being determined to change the world for the better.
Top 3 Accomplishments as a Leader
Quotes that Present MJ's Leadership
"If you wanna make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and then make a change."
"It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation."
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