Myths of Leadership
The Myth: Leaders are born, not created.
The Reality: Perceived leaders claim leadership by whatever means available.
The Truth: True leadership happens when we understand who we truly are and begin to lead ourselves first.
The Myth: Leaders have high integrity and a well-established value system.
The Reality: Perceived leaders practice integrity only when they are being watched. Their morals and values are borrowed and are always negotiable for a price and/or favor.
The Truth: Complete integration in Oneness gives rise to a true leader. As a result, their value system and integrity come from within and are therefore not an act, but are an inseparable and integral part of them.
The Myth: Leaders are charismatic.
The Reality: Perceived leaders are merely well-groomed actors and are experts at putting on a show.
The Truth: True Leaders achieve charismatic results instead of being charismatic as they are integrated with their purpose and place on Earth, and thus they walk their talk.
The Myth: Leaders lead people through sincerity and trust.
The Reality: Perceived Leaders lead people by manipulating human insecurities such as fear and greed.
The Truth: True Leaders lead themselves first, thereby setting an example of trust and sincerity, nurturing and focusing everyone toward the core purpose of adding the highest value at all times.