I'm a leader I was born on Jan 1st so they say we are leaders born on the 1st day of the 1st month. Also they say capricorns are leaders.
But I just am...always was when I was a kid, I liked to invent games and so on.
I can lead when need be, but I usually do my own thing and don't follow in some cases.
I am too reckless to be a leader, I tend to go first but people tend to spend their time laughing behind my back to really get on with the important stuff like following :p
Leadership was one of those things that I was never really taught how to do and I don't understand how others do it lol
I've tried my best to be neither. Kipling's "if" always stuck a chord in me, though I don't know why:
"If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
Or walk with kings - nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
And - which is more - you'll be a Man, my son!"
"Are you a leader or follower?"
I am both. I follow myself all the time. Of course I tend to go around in circles, but I’m fine with that.
Neither. Seems I can neither be led nor lead the way. I have an inbuilt do-my-own-thing ability. And I'm often lost, both physically and mentally. I suppose that's an annoying trait for others
I agree with Thooghun how ever I am reminded of the quote from Stan Laurel
“You can lead a horse to water but a pencil must be lead”
We should all be both.
There are times to follow, and there are times to lead.
Sadly, many are not good at either.
For where I am currently in my life I am a leader due to my expertise and interpersonal skills.
I tend to be a leader. In school it was because whenever we got put into a group everyone just stared at each other, wondering what to do and I'm a very impatient person. So I would have to take charge or we'd never get anything done. Now at work I've been a manager for 8 years and have been made to take leadership classes as part of the promotion responsibility.
I've always been a leader, but I can take a backseat when need be.
A “leader” is usually at the front of the column…A “follower”, being a stalker, is usually in jail.
I am a leader who likes to follow Plug twitter @woodsmenspost many hubbers chose not to follow me using twitter karma sooo. You never know about the possibility of re-tweet juice. Oh wait oh never mind
by Elayne6 years ago
Some believe you are either born as a leader or as a follower - which are you, and are you self made or a natural?Personally, I would rather follow than lead, but I don't like to be led astray!!
by mandybeau7 years ago
I have always been the epitome, of the leader style, I had my own rules, was an over average student, that could have been better, Lead with my fashion styles, rather than follow others, made a few bad decisions, but...
by Lorelei Cohen2 years ago
I see the report button but it is more seeing a person with 0 hubs following large numbers of people that worries me. Obvious fake profile picture. These types worry me as being a possible plagiarist picking up articles...
by Jason Menayan6 years ago
Thank you for all the comments. We are reading them. We have some features that are going to be released soon that we thought it made more sense to use the term follow since there is more familiarity with the term...
by Ghost327 years ago
Gee, thanks admin. Yup, that's sarcasm. I don't mind being another Hubber's fan--not a bit. Fan a lot of folks and try to keep an eye on a fair smidgen of what they produce, too.But FOLLOWER? I...
by Alexander Silvius5 years ago
Wouldn't it be great if we could de-fan a follower? If your asking, "why in the world would you want to do that?" Let me tell you. Recently I have been gaining quite a few followers which actually helped push...
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