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Is Being a Leader Hard as Birthing a Baby?

  Think about it before you answer. How much planning, how much time does it take? Well we know we have 18 years to perfect that baby, but just how much time do we have to build a successful team, business or an idea.

  Babies don’t come with manuals but we do get support from other mothers. As well teams, businesses and ideas don’t come with manual either, so when we decide to lead we have to be prepared for all the glitches,set backs and naysayers.

  So tell me what you think, is being a leader hard as birthing a baby?  




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      Leadinladytracy wrote Dec 21, 2008
    • Teeky you are right. You can always change the team you are leading. But giving birth is more than the delivery. You carry the baby for 9 months and than you are stuck for 18 plus years.



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      Mz. Queen wrote Dec 21, 2008
    • The answer is rather cut and dry, the perspective that I had at first wasn’t as simple to me. I forgot that being the leader of any body of people is indeed a choice and you can resign or just quit when you get tired.

        On the other hand a man or woman can quit parenthood if they really want to at anytime. It just takes a little more work to get free of this particular “team“. Sometimes this act is selfish and sometimes it’s selfless.

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