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Calcutta Paradox

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Carol Tran

on 6 November 2012

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Transcript of Calcutta Paradox

by: Nicholas Drake, Carol Tran The Calcutta Paradox What is a paradox? a statement or proposition that, despite sound reasoning from acceptable premises, leads to a conclusion that seems senseless, logically unacceptable, or self-contradictory. Leaders who represent the Calcutta Paradox What is the Calcutta Paradox? The Calcutta Paradox is simply when your humility as a leader serves as the magnetic force that attracts people to you. When we "under-speak" with regard to our value, others are drawn toward us. When we over-speak, others are repelled. Proverbs 27:2 "Praise should come from another person and not form your own mouth, from stranger and not from your own lips. Mother Teresa is the model example of a leader with the Calcutta paradox. She was humble and kind, and she didn't allow fame to stray her away from God's purpose. The fact that she didn't like all the attention, caused people to flock to her. The fact that she didn't pursue fame, made her famous, and as leaders we should follow her example.
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