I have always been sure that I want my children to become leaders. I think most parents have the same wish for their children. I mean, why not? When you look at history, it is not hard to see that most people who possessed great leadership skills lived successful, happy, and fulfilled lives.
However lately, I have come across a couple of readings that made me think about this desire I have for my children–made me ask myself whether I really wanted my children to be leaders. Are my wishes sincere? Or are they driven only by my selfish desires for recognition and adoration? Furthermore, I started realizing that while being a leader can be a truly rewarding experience, it entails a lot of hard work and can expose a person to a great deal of criticisms, pressure, and stress.
So after thinking about it for a few days, I have come to a conclusion that I still want my children to become leaders. Sure, it may not be easy, but I definitely would not want them to miss out on the chance to accomplish great things and make a huge difference in the world and in the lives of the people they meet.
If you are preparing your children to become leaders too, know the top 10 things you ought to do by reading this post entitled, “Ten Ways To Raise A Leader.”