We’re suposed to take people at their word if they at least sound like they know what they’re talking about? I don’t think so.
People parade around all over spouting nonsense about everything. It seems as though no one knows anything for certain.
Most leaders I’ve had seem incompetent. Self-proclaimed leaders seem to be after their own interests. Politicians, bosses, you name it.
But, if someone doesn’t seek out a position of authority, suited for it or not, how do you find someone to fill those spots?
Maybe leadership shouldn’t be a full time job. Or, representing a group of people should literally mean representing that group of people.
True leaders step up when they’re needed, not necessarily because they want to.
So, wouldn’t it be best to leave room for anyone and everyone to offer their assets to the group? People as a whole I believe would know what is best for them, and if a solution to a problem isn’t viable it can be turned down.
Compromise seems to be the way forward. If people can learn to communicate and work together, they can overcome the obstacles before them.
I believe I can see the problem, but I never seem to have an answer.