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A leader who motivates or a leader who inspires?

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Yes, there is a difference between inspiration and motivation. Which one do you prefer: a leader who motivates or a leader who inspires?
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#2
I'd say a leader who inspires. Inspiration seems more interesting than motivation. Good inspiration motivates naturally.
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#3
I agree with Darth Apple on this one Smile.
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I agree with Apple too. Leading through inspiration is intrinsically leading through motivation.
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honestly I take the old Klingon Proverb.
HoS wej nej vay'vaD; ghaH chaH ghoS 'oH
Roughly translated...
Great men do not seek power; it is thrust upon them

in other words, I don't trust either, rather I trust the guy who's been put there and knows what it's like to be the people he's leading.
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(May 14th, 2018 at 1:27 PM)SpookyZalost Wrote: honestly I take the old Klingon Proverb.
HoS wej nej vay'vaD; ghaH chaH ghoS 'oH
Roughly translated...
Great men do not seek power; it is thrust upon them

in other words, I don't trust either, rather I trust the guy who's been put there and knows what it's like to be the people he's leading.

I like that, that's a good one!

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