Most people, when asked, assume that leaders are born. They think there is an inherent charisma that a certain person is born with that makes them a good leader.
Truth is, good leaders were all taught by a good leader in their life.
And to contradict that thinking even further, there are hundreds of books, e-books, blogs, courses, and games dedicated to teaching kids the fundamentals of leadership. So we as a society still know that leadership is not just bestowed upon the charismatic children of the world, yet we’re still convinced of that very fact.
But here’s the more important question: WHY is it important in the first place? How do you raise your child to be a good leader? How do you teach them most effectively, and why are all these current methods hiding the fact that they’re teaching leadership?
Well, in short, the fundamentals traits of a good leader are transferable traits...