Neculai Fantanaru

Everything Depends On The Leader

The Mobilizing Language Of Leadership

On March 07, 2009
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Leadership Y4-Titanium by Neculai Fantanaru

Orient your efforts towards “a key resistance area” which could motivate you and highlight your potential.

Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) was one of the greatest military leaders in all history. He overcame his military condition and became the emperor of France, at the same time he became the most powerful leader in Europe. But he could never have reached a high level of leadership, he would never have succeeded in climbing the hierarchical steps had he not decided to be a leader with a well/determined role in the given circumstances.

He proved he was skillful enough to be a leader by his tactical intelligence and his charismatic way of interacting with people ever since he was a mere corporal. The nickname “The Little Corporal” (Napoleon only had a height of 1.65 m) had become an appellative of sympathy and admiration of his soldiers in respect to his military genius. He had a lucid and penetrating mind, he had an immense power of concentration and extraordinary energy, it was very easy for him to dictate his point of view. And his temperance, moderation and social liberalism have grown his chances for a promotion.

Leadership: Is the deep meaning you attribute to the hero in you related to what you capture while everything passes, thinking and making plans in terms of the effects your message has on other people?

In order to have success, you must earn people’s respect. You can exert a powerful effect on them depending on the position you will stand on in the category of people with a high degree of influence, with a great ability of conviction. Your power of influence is a part of the most intimate structure of your leadership, evidencing the personal color of your inner self, especially the treats professionally “sculpted” in your own self.

Just like a painter doses color with high intensity, without even nicking the perspective in which the components are situated – so and you, must dose your personality with much intuition, diplomacy and tact, with much ambition, a sense of conviction, with a lot of balance, without setting yourself apart from the concise reality that you share with others and without nicking the impression of continuity in the way that you view yourself in relation to them, their expectations, to what you can do in order to unite them around a common goal to ensure your acknowledgment of superiority.

Everything passes, but it leaves traces. Everything passes, but not everything is forgotten. The message that Napoleon gave us after he came to power could be formulated as follows: "Do not let yourself be led by others, but let yourself be led only by reason." What you will become depends on the opportunities that complicated situations offer you, so that you can overcome what holds you in place and seek help from that special feeling of being untouched by the effects of modern civilization. That feeling of standing before the Lord must also be taken into account.

The deep meaning you attribute to the hero in you is related to what you catch as everything goes on, thinking and making plans in terms of the effects your message has on other people. So try to observe things in their integrity, uniqueness and dynamics. This is worth more than the image your mind builds of itself and reality.

Leadership: Should you rely on an approach that puts you in front of your own perceptions of your limits, what you think you can achieve, and what not in a situation where you have to choose between the stimulus that drives you to act and the vulnerabilities to which you will be exposed?

Napoleon knew how to find a just measure, on the incorruptible and well-determined axis of his personality, in order to create a form of representative leadership – ever since he was a mere corporal. You, as well, must fully and definitively adopt a total change, a total replenishment of your personality in order to differentiate yourself from others – through a healthy mentality and a well-expressed perspective, which could present validity and acceptance.

Your attempt to relate to others is like taking a road just recently explored by yourself, but which you must go on until the end, walking on it with the utmost certainty. The road that Napoleon undertook at the beginning of his career was almost unknown, but, by establishing his priorities and way of action towards “a key resistance area” which could motivate him and show the value of his potential, an area in which efficiency and the great results of his leadership to prevail, he became what history always remembers: a great leader.

So, first of all, it’s all about a difference in the “content” of the personality, a difference in the message that you convey through your leadership, then it’s about that availability to cultivate those certain abilities, points of view and attitudes that are sought for by others.

To be a leader means to be appreciated for the turn of things, it means to have a direct awareness of the unseen, of the past and of the future, before you anchor yourself to the reality of the world that God has prepared for you.

The Mobilizing Language Of Leadership emphasizes your ability to make yourself known through the intensity of your actions, in advance, in order to ensure success. The decisive role in your choice, as a leader, is played by the way you best use your potential, the way you develop your imagination and personal value – so that you can respond to people’s expectations. Play the role that you have accepted freely and unconstrained, in order to shine like an actor thanks to whom the show gets the excellent review and impress the public in a special and memorable way.

Conclusion: In leadership, if you intend on obtaining the long awaited success, prepare yourself in advance, self-discipline yourself and never astray from your path and purpose. Using an inner language”, but established “in a key resistance area” and tuned into the emotional oscillations, especially by a permanent discipline, you shall win respect and hearty applause.

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