Quoted

The legend of the masses

When you are dealing with the masses, position yourself in front; the position of influence. When dealing with an individual, position yourself at the back; the position of power.

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A crooked employer may assume being powerful by taking advantage of your desperation, but you are actually in a position of power because you owe them nothing; not loyalty, no-obligation, not even respect. You can quit whenever you want.
Someone who is above the ladder has the least chances of surviving when they fall.
This, we call servant leadership. You lead from in front, but you consider yourself less important than your followers.

To be a leader with real power, you need to be an explorer and willing to take big risks. Your followers would then be willing follow your footsteps.

You cannot perceive spiritual truth until you feelingly experience it, and many truths are not really felt except in adversity.

It is the lows that matter…

Anybody can feel good when they have their health, their bills are paid, they have happy relationships, the children are acting normal. Business is successful; anybody could be positive then. Anybody can have a larger vision then. Anybody can have faith under those kinds of circumstances. Am I correct?

See, but the real challenge — the real challenge of growth mentally, emotionally, and spiritually comes when you get knocked down. Somebody said that that adversity introduces a man to himself or woman. How you handle it, that’s where the growth takes place.

Les Brown ~ Getting Unstuck

Just because you have been good, have always done exceptionally well… doesn’t entitle you to a soft landing when you fall, because you will fall, in some way or another, sooner or later. How you handle that moment is what matters. Not being treated fair. When you are broke. When odds are against you. That is the moment that defines you as a person.

You cannot perceive spiritual truth until you feelingly experience it, and many truths are not really felt except in adversity.

The Urantia Book(48:7.18)

Don’t allow your emotions to control you. We are emotional but you want to begin to discipline your emotion. If you don’t discipline and contain your emotions, they will use you.

Les Brown ~ Getting Unstuck

Mwêjì dééjágá (Kinyozi Kanjonyoi)

Mwêjì dééjágá (Kinyozi Hanjinyoi) is a Kikuyu proverb meaning:
No hero is self-made, you are either made by others, someone else or circumstances and experience.

Kikuyu Proverb