Before you dismiss this piece as science fiction nonsense, I challenge you to read further and dispute my notions. Don’t worry, there won’t be any correlations between being a leader and having the ability to fly or shoot webs from your wrist. We’re talking real world stuff here. But don’t you have to be a hero to possess super powers? What makes someone a hero in today’s world?
“We need a hero… Courageous, self-sacrificing people, setting examples for all of us…the one who taught them how to hold on a second longer…I believe there’s a hero in all of us…that keeps us honest, gives us strength, and makes us noble” – May Parker (Spiderman 2)
I, too, believe that there’s a hero in all of us; but not everyone chooses to let it out. It’s the select few who put themselves out there, the few who aren’t afraid to fail, the few who captivate us that truly make a a difference. We, the leaders, are the heroes who move the world forward. Now that we agree you are a hero, or want to be one, it’s time to synergize these 4 essential super powers so we can raise our game to the next level.