Great Leaders Do Not Create Followers..Submitted by myajace on Tue, 07/17/2012 - 00:43
They create more leaders.
If a guy who started out delivering babies can figure out what needs to be done to resolve the financial crisis, voters can too. Dr. Ron Paul leads with explanations instead of orders, and with straightforward logic instead of high-minded policy solutions.
What really makes people follow Paul—whether they know it or not—is that he has a pretty empowering message: common sense prevails.
This faith in common sense is what anchors Paul’s leadership, and is what makes him patient and trusting that both the system—and the voters—will ultimately come around to his truth telling. It’s often said Paul’s popularity comes from the fact that his followers trust him. But perhaps more important, he makes them feel like he trusts them.
One of the most influential leaders in the world: