All the Good Days in God: Balance for Leaders

Monday, March 19, 2012

Balance for Leaders

Studying the Taoist Religion, several philosophers make wonderful observations about leadership. Honest, intelligent leaders assist in taking care of people's lives by providing functional knowledge about problems. Weaker become stronger and are thankful. This application also has a unique premise.

Paraphrasing Taoist thought, also an expression of Lao Tzu, reliance on the intelligence of others makes a leader weak. People contributing ideas and making government function are able to manipulate everyone. If an inclination of greed or power grips them they might hold an entire Empire ransom.

Dominating leaders are in fear of danger. Needing to control everyone enrages everyone and reveals a lack of knowledge of how to resolve conflicts impacting the entire group. There are also internal conflicts wherein Leaders fears their people and places restriction in a method of control. Subversion guarantees no one is able to replace them. They are not a great leader.

These statements imply a leader is knowledge and capable of gaining insight from multiple people's perspective. Education and communication skills make it possible to gain insight and offer better strategies. Lao Tzu defines true leaders as unafraid and teaches everyone how to better their lives. The knowledge he shares with everyone is productive. When successful Leaders gain admiration from the people, Leaders live without fear in safety.

It is a great idea, yet how much information and to whom receives information. It is true, the Boss should have enough intelligence to lead Employees and identify hucksters. When someone is in charge, people count on them to be intelligent because faulty information places many blind followers in jeopardy.

There are multiple layers of grouping. Bettering an Enemy's life makes them less desperate; ergo, less likely to attack. Secrecy is best when addressing potential enemies. Today they are friends while tomorrow enemies knowing locations of Troops and Armories is a deficit.

There are two types of leadership. In one type of leadership a person is a community leader. They want to teach everyone how to improve and maintain daily lives. Everyone should know self-defense and finance. There are ongoing circumstances wherein the only person around is themselves. Teaching for enhancing everyone's abilities is productive. Everyone is stronger and leading an impressive group is better.

Another type of leadership, is the one most people identify. It is the Owner, Manager or Supervisor Role over Employees. Some balance Managerial Roles by referring to "Servant Leader." This is a Push-Pull relationship. Leaders listen to Employees to lead them with the best methods. This gives ability to voice concern, plan, and research operational terms as a group. Each person on the team performs their own job to achieve goals.

The Top Leaders in companies are the Owners and Executive Board of Directors, yet events of life reveal they were only in control of themselves and then they made a lot of money and produce hundreds of knick-knacks. Essentially, a person was fiddling around in their garage, playing with some stuff in a field, measuring fabrics in their parent’s basement or playing on a computer before a product or service became valuable to another person.

They fulfill orders and everything is great. As time passes they need more arms and brains to assist in completing tasks. They are only one person with hundreds of orders. When hiring someone to work for them they share the bounty with employees. Employees only need to fulfill one task. They do not perform all tasks: track inventory, track accounts or take orders. Employees learn one task and are paid for labor and time they could be using for other interests. Goal and profit planning are tasks for Executives.

Society must balance these two types of leaders. If everyone was the same with the same capacities banks would not exist. It is worth a fee to not worry about building a fortress or hiring guards to keep money safe. Most cannot afford this, yet temptation to steal increases as the gain increases in comparison to punishment. Not having much cash, I could defend myself. Even then it is nice knowing I do not have cash on me. I use a debit cards. Common thieves avoid mugging me because there is not enough reason to justify harming someone. My money is under surveillance with cameras, Guards and Police in a safe.

It helps to strengthen the weak so they are less needy and there is more time to focus on other tasks, yet consistent work relates to knowing how to perform specific jobs. If you gave away every bit of knowledge and skill to another person, they could replace you like a clone and then you would be needy.

Overprotective and rigid tactics, only allowing people to do exactly their job, they cannot take care of themselves. People are calling Police over hamburger orders when Police should be resolving real crimes, such as: domestic abuse, grand theft and fraud.

Needs and charity balance the greater systems of life that applies to everyone and specific divisions of roles. Lately it feels as though several people go to the government for everything. There was a time, occasionally today; a person hears their Sister was abused by their husband. They go to the house to threaten their Husband. Sometimes a person is causing trouble. Resolving the issue is as simple as glaring at them and explaining their opinion is moot.

Paying people for work to ensure everyone benefits assists in making people stronger. When Companies pay Employees, Employees have to buy necessities. Though seeming to move money around everyone ends up with what they need to become stable or stronger.

It is a disparaging day when Police resolve inaccurate food orders. A person could have all the skills they need for a job, yet we need skills for living. People feel good knowing capabilities are durable even when the capability is being able to trust people because they see through lies.

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