We all do it from time to time, right? But when we wrongly judge others we can really look stupid. The reality is each of us has our weaknesses, and each of us has our strengths. Sometimes we get caught up in worrying so much about others weaknesses that we forget that we have our own too.
What we do is more important than what we say as leaders – and as Ganhdi demonstrated. Whether we do wrong, or whether we do right it is noticed. This video demonstrates the power of how our parenting by example can adversily affect our children.
The thought that comes to me as I watched the powerful video below is that leadership is sometimes a one on one thing that has the potential to affect literally thousands of people, maybe even millions. Anyone can be a leader. I was deeply touched by the leadership a young man by the name of Charles Steadman demonstrated and an entire student body embraced when a young woman by the name of Savannah, who was born with Cerebral Palsy, was voted Homecoming/Inaugural Queen.