Leadership is responsibility.
There comes a point when one must make a decision. Are YOU willing to do what it takes to push the right buttons to elevate those around you? If the answer is YES, are you willing to push the right buttons even if it means being perceived as the villain? Here's where the true responsibility of being a leader lies. Sometimes you must prioritize the success of the team
ahead of how your own image is perceived. The ability to elevate those around you is more than simply sharing the ball or making teammates feel a certain level of comfort. It's pushing them to find their inner beast, even if they end up resenting you for it at the time.
I'd rather be perceived as a winner than a good teammate. I wish they both went hand in hand all the time but that's just not reality. I have nothing in common with lazy people who blame others for their lack of success. Great things come from hard work and perseverance. No excuses.
This is my way. It might not be right for YOU but all I can do is share my thoughts. Itís on YOU to figure out which leadership style suits you best.
Will check back in with you soon.. Till then
apparently blatche has looked REALLY good. I wish pre-season wouldn't tease me, trying to get my hopes up
BoneKrusher with the ridiculously sexy sig
I bleed scarlet for Rutgers
New York Giants Super Bowl 46 Champs
UNITED: I actually attend the college I root for
<+Wooty> I have a feeling kenny britt will be awesomeness (woot with rare epic win)
Originally Posted by PalmerToCJ
BTW, if it's 3rd and 97... I'm throwing a screen pass to Brian Leonard and he will convert.
Bobcats should still run away with the worst record in the NBA. The Hornets and Cavs both have a lot of young talented guys. The Bobcats are comprised of incredibly raw, or maxed out, low ceiling guys. They'll be awful until someone gets them out of Charlotte.