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Leadership Choices, A Summary!

by Tom James on 04/15/19

Let's run through some choices you can make to be Good, Ethical Leaders.

Choose to lead: if you're younger, lead your classmates, siblings, even your teachers, or if you're in your twenties, lead your fellow workers, your organization, your family, etc.! These are examples of how you can seek ways in which to practice leadership.

To what end? Leave the world a better place because of your many leadership choices and roles!

How can you become a GOOD, Ethical Leader?

Choose Good values and have Good, Ethical habits.

For example, you can choose:

-To worship a Good Supreme Being (God).

-To make family the center of what you value.

-To treat the opposite sex as Persons and not as objects.

-Pick GOOD friends and leisure time activities.

-Choose to use alcohol and rich foods sparingly, not to excess.

-Choose to learn and keep learning all the days of your life.

-Love and care for and give Good guidance to your followers.

-Exercise daily!

-Read great literature!

-Set up rules about your use of computers, iPhone, online games, social media, etc.

-Pray every day.

-Trust in God and your Good Guardian Angel.

Now, how are you doing as a Good, Ethical Leader?

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