What does it take to be a leader?
A leader can be begin as a child, a teenager, or in someone’s adulthood. The steps taken may or may not be realized by that individual until the opportunity and timing unites. We all can possess this skill.
There is one person who has been given this opportunity, and her name is Hillary Rodham-Clinton.
As a child and teenager, she was taught what it takes to be an effective worker. Hillary was more concerned with instilling knowledge and using that knowledge than worrying about being a glamour girl. She was extremely criticized for not possessing the glamour girl looks and continued to be criticized as an adult. The criticism, though, gave her strength and accelerated her abilities into becoming a woman of substance; a woman of intelligence, and a woman of beauty.
A leader can take negativity and change it to his or her advantage. Hillary Rodham-Clinton displays this talent repeatly.
When you listen to her speeches and commentaries, this woman is in-depth. She consistently gives accurate details on what she is working/negotiating for as Secretary of State.
Listen to Hillary and I mean really listen to her. Listen to Barack Obama and tell me who IS the real leader?
The real leader … Hillary Rodham-Clinton. An example young girls can admire and follow.
HILLARY RODHAM-CLINTON PRESIDENT 2012