Room For Nurturing Leadership

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Just got back from martial art routines, a kid proudly told his father that he had led his small group.

Being a leader is a momentous change. That experience gives more energy that can shape self-confidence. The kid was a shy boy. After years of practice, he becomes more courageous.

We need room to grow our personality, and sometimes it takes time to find it.




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