According To The American Children'S Author, Dr. Seuss,

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According to the American children 's author, Dr. Seuss, describes, “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And you are the who’ll decide where to go.” (Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Place You’ll Go!) As a leader, I have realized that I’ve had the choice of creating my own path to experience while spending my past four years here at Cabrini. I’ve learned about the many ups and downs in life, yet it has inspired me to survive for a better future as a leader. Starting in the spring semester, I had the chance to do my internship with the students from the Pathway School and provide them with life skills that they will need as they…show more content…
My top five strengths would include: positivity, achiever, learner, relator and included, and tactic knowledge all come together to help an individual become a successful person and even leader. If I had to pick my top three traits that I feel are the most important for a leader would include: personality, motivation and problem solving skills. As mentioned before that all traits that we read are very important. However, I personally feel that the use of personality, motivation and problem solving skills are extremely important in all situations small or large. As a leader, you want to a have a welcoming personality, where you want your followers to feel welcomed. Followers don’t want a leader who is cold hearted and hate being there because that will push their followers away. As mentioned in our discussion board last week, motivation is extremely important not only for leaders and followers, but for everyone to keep us moving forward in our darkest hours. According to American politician Brad Henry believes, “A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.” As my role as the educator, it is extremely important to provide guidance and knowledge for the students within the classroom because as my role the educator, I am

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