Pursuit to my happiness

Leadership Gone Lazy?

Isn’t it just mindboggling how people act? How they react? Isn’t it strange how the same people who complain and whine about not ever getting a satisfied and fulfilled life are the same individuals who aren’t doing anything about changing that? I decided to research people in a leadership role and analyse how they got these roles because I’m honestly curious.

As I search on I notice that not a lot of people, particularly females, in the United States have big leadership roles. I see a lot of Croatians, plenty of Icelanders, Bangladesh, Brazilians, Australians, etc. but not many Americans. Why is that? Why do I live in a country where so many people complain about how their lives aren’t going anywhere fulfilling, yet they aren’t taking much initiative towards leading a stronger, more stable and satisfying lifestyle? As Americans we complain about how we can’t ever fulfill our dreams and how hard it is to begin living a leadership role but no one ever said it was easy. Being a leader comes with great power, great wisdom, yet it is a very big role to play.

It’s tiring to watch people whine all the time about being at a stand-still with themselves, mostly women, because most people are afraid of going out and getting what they want. Yet I wonder why these individuals would prefer to waste time waiting on someone else to stand up for them and take the lead? It doesn’t make much sense to me.

Basically, stop waiting around for people to do your job because only you can fulfill your dreams, only you can take on that leadership role because you know yourself, and only you can determine how far you can push yourself to fulfill those big leadership shoes.

My rant for today. Back to “research” 😉

xx

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