Who says that dreams can’t be achieved with open eyes! Who says that only a child who is raised in a high-class family can have qualities of leadership. There are many examples in today’s world which squash the above idea and proves it mere imagination or myth. But the reality says that if you have passion for your dream, aggression in your thought, believe in your ideas and an urge to implement it, guts to take decisions and the most important thing if your conscience says that “I have to do something which is beyond everyone’s thinking” then surely you have an ability to take up leadership.
When the word leadership comes in a mind, the first thing which strikes by analyzing this term is responsibility. The responsibility of a leader towards its organization or notion to whom he is concerned. A leader is always accustomed to taking a risk but cannot afford to lose because his gain will be the gain of a notion and his loss will be the loss of notion.
“leaders are not those who wait for the best, but are those who can make a worst into best”
The above quote truly meets with the characteristics of a real mentor. These kinds of people do not get affected by any other thing but the only matter of concern for them is a goal. They know how to organize, manage, manipulate and motivate other downlines and colleagues to work more efficiently and effectively.
And these traits in their character makes them somewhat different from other ordinary people. Lack of intelligence and failure cannot become an obstacle in their path for achieving success. It is not only for moral purpose but also has proven a real meaning of it in the real world.
Here are some great examples of the great leader and businessmen who took up the responsibility and let their glory rule their world a Chinese business tycoon Jack Ma, co-founder and executive chairman of a multinational national company, Alibaba.
Jack Ma failed several times in his school days, he failed the entrance exam thrice before getting a university, he was rejected thirty times for a job candidacy, but he took these rejections as an opportunity and motivated him to do differently from the rest later he got indulged in a work in which he was neither expert nor had any experience or idea about his work i.e the world of technology but finally through his dedication and aspirations he succeeded in fulfilling his dreams. He says that “you don’t have to know a lot to be successful”
Today he has become an aspiration for many youngsters across the globe who wanted to see themselves as an entrepreneur.
The most important trait that a person should inculcate to be a leader is his willpower and decision making. If we turn the pages of history then we get the names of two political leaders who stand tall by their willpower and decision and set the bold example throughout the world.
The first name is the former President of USA, Barak Obama who decided to took up Or Osama Bin Laden for killing innocent people of USA. He took the high risk of sending the militants and killing Laden in his own home but finally, the dedicated strategy and his willpower leads a positive result they achieved success.
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee
Another name is our honorable former Prime Minister late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee who permitted to have the Pokhran-2 nuclear test. This test had a great historical importance because of even United States agency. CIA failed to identify that Pokhran-2 was going to take place. After this test whole western countries got a jerk and all of them become annoyed by India. But despite these things former prime minister kept calm and said that “yeh Bharat ka shakti pradarshan tha”
So you see in any form, in any category a true leader is needed whether it’s for running a nation or a business… A real quality, a proper vision, and a great willpower are needed to achieve the success which is at the height of the seventh cloud.