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    What is your take on leadership?

    I think leadership is a trait that some are born with. I for one am not a good follower. Don't get me wrong, I respect authority just as I would like to be respected. I find it hard to exist in a lawless place. Whenever I am in a group of people who are doing whatever they want; mostly negative things, I feel it is my responsibility to stand firm and lead them into something far much constructive. How do you feel about leadership?

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    I don't think you are born with, i think it's the way you evolve and your education which makes you.
    Personnally i've always been both more at ease and more efficient as the N2, i'm more of a right arm than a leader.
    I don't know why, that's how i am, even though i always get noticed (would it be in class, in games etc...), for better or worse.
    Never overestimate mankind.

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    Each man to his own. I hate leaderships since they spawn sheep followers. Well, I do admire really good leaders. But most leaders, Nah. I prefer someone who leads through brute force.

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    It's the Nature/Nurture argument, as with all things psychological and sociological.

    IMO, it's a bit of both. Some leaders however, don't 'come out of their shell' until they feel they are free of the control of others.

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