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Two Key Attributes Mark Solid Leadership

Those with a deep curiosity and being in-service to others constitute attributes of solid leadership. Accessible to us, at all times, are the answers for any question any of us may have.

Curiosity seems to be the spark that forms the question necessary to take one — and then another — step up the mountain of awareness — from confusion into clarity. Then curiosity provides another question, more confusion, more clarity again, another step UP. As we approach a ‘oneness’ again with all there is and with our inborn genius, we attain a bigger vision. With vision we can be more responsive. We can evaluate and be distant emotionally from what we perceive.

Vision is the bi-product of awareness.

Focus on others and their growth and greatness has us remain in service to others. After all it is not possible to be self-serving AND in-service at the same time!

We each find our own Path of Change© as we ascend. There are as many Paths as there are People! First however we must intentionally start our own process of growth, inspired by a series of questions, answers, and resulting insights and awareness of our infinite and true capabilities. NEXT STEP. Each step is a requirement to reach the deck where you begin to ascend toward your oneness and perfect co-creation with Spirit. STEP UP!


©Leslie Flowers June 2012, exponential personal growth expert, helps mature women re-engineer their businesses and their lives by steeping them in living life with principles, virtues, and higher awareness. Faculty member in Mindset Mastery at the Ultimate Life Company, with Bob Proctor, you can catch her programs on mastermind excellence and expert goal setting and achievement at their site. You may read her archived voluminous personal growth teachings — Drops of Awareness — at PathsofChange.com, which house each step on her own path of change over the past 10 years.


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3 thoughts on “Two Key Attributes Mark Solid Leadership

  1. When I saw this statement:

    “Those with a deep curiosity and being in-service to others constitute attributes of solid leadership.”

    I wouldn’t think that would apply to me. This is just who I am. But when I think about it, I’m a great leader (and a great follower when necessary). I just didn’t connect the two together. Who would think that serving others – when done with 100% integrity – allows you to lead them as well?

    • Another great point! I’ve argued before that to be a great leader you must be a great follower, otherwise how would you see yourself in others and know what to expect. Leadership can be between 2 people or among thousands. It’s about being ‘for’ others (rather than for ‘self’) and curious about them. Thank you for this fine dialogue Michelle.

    • Great point Michelle. Simple and succinct. I apologize for being late in responding to your kind comment. It occurred to me if you were leading and had never really followed you wouldn’t be able to manage or be contextually concurrent with the ‘group.’ Not that we have to stay followers by any means. It allows us to have empathy for the follower, learning new things, and their challenges. Leslie

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