How to Become a Leader

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Do you have leadership qualities that you are not aware of? Would you be surprised to hear that you are a leader in many ways, even if you don’t feel it? For that matter, how much do we really know about ourselves? With our lives influenced by so many powerful forces — parental attitudes and expectations, school, friends, peer pressure, social mores, marketplace demands — is it a wonder that we find it hard to discover what we are really made of, what we are truly capable of? Have you ever thought of what you would be like if you freely spread your wings and soared? How many of us feel that we are victims of circumstances?

Please join Rabbi Jacobson in this leadership workshop and discover the five features — derived from Moses — that define a leader. Learn how you can master these five qualities and in the process, access inner strengths hitherto unbeknownst even to you. Surprise yourself as you find out new things about yourself, which empower you to become proactive instead of reactive, and to control your destiny instead of it controlling you.

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Harry Pearle
8 years ago

As usual, Rabbi Jacobson gives up powerful, life changing, ideas. But let me add a suggestion on LEADERSHIP.

Take the word LEAD and flip the first and last letters. What do you get? DEAL. Let me suggest that learning is about dealing. It is about negotiating and it is about selling and buying.

Right now, we have very cold, snowing weather, in Rochester, NY, where I live and this reminds me of Isaiah 1.17: “Come now and let us REASON together. Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow.”

Yes, I am starting to believe, more and more, that in order to make a difference in the world you have to be willing to sell, sell, sell. Selling is sometimes easy, but often is it hard, very hard. It may feel like “mission impossible.”

8 years ago

Thank you Rabbi Jacobsen for your wonderful messages. They are truly inspiring. I thank God for your presence in this world and ask Him to continuously bless you and your team.

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