Wednesday, January 13, 2010

The Man Who Closest Matches The Vision I Have For My Blog

Create the leader in you, and you can create change for yourself!

The man who closest matches the ideals I have for what I'm trying to do with my blog. A few quotes to share:

"These institutions were lead by people I call leaders.And those leaders did not appear spontaneously. Somebody trained them..."

Unfortunately, in Malaysia our trainings of leadership is ineffective, unstructured & heavily politicized.

"...I became a parent,I realized the state of the African continent would matter to my children and their children."

Realize the extent of your actions or in-actions towards the future generations. To corrupted leaders, hoarding the wealth of the country will not make the lives of your children better. To students, your inaction to develop yourself will deprive Malaysia of quality leaders to protect Malaysia. Then, don't blame the current leaders when your needs are not met.

"And what Ashesi University is trying to do is to train a new generation of ethical, entrepreneurial leaders. We're trying to train leaders of exceptional integrity, who have the ability to confront complex problems, ask the right questions, and come up with workable solutions."

Ethical, integrity leaders in Malaysia? Jet Engines
Ability to confront complex problems? Uni have E-undi, the student leaders agree to admin only, don't know how to even try to debate...
Ask the right questions? Heck, even knowing right issue also epic fail. When, we're talking about e-undi, we're not talking about efficiency, simplicity, technology, environmental friendliness! We're talking about the validity of the results! Wtf!
Come up with Solutions? pfft...

Understand that by instilling yourself with leadership you are giving yourself the power to change the world, or at least the country.

So, if you are so passionate about politics, the country or making change, develop your leadership skills first. If not, shut up and stop whining.

Be. You.

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