Summary of “How To Be a Leader That Inspires People to Change”

No matter how old you are or what type of role you have in life, there are times you’re a follower, and there are times you’re a leader.
You see, when people talk and write about leadership, we often assume that you need a title to be a leader.
Look, being a leader has nothing to do with your job.
How do you lead? How do you get people to follow you? How do you get people to listen to your ideas?
“My team is small but has very strong, opinionated people. I find myself playing mediator on a daily basis. It takes up a lot of my time, but I believe in making time for the people side of work. However, it can really be mentally exhausting.”
“But I’m not the leader or manager.” That’s what people often hide behind.
So you might technically not be the leader at your work, family, or group of friends; you can still set the right example.
These are the lessons I’ve learned from studying leaders from all walks of life: From business leaders to spiritual leaders.

The orginal article.