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{UAH} Excerpt from the law of addition!!

Excerpt from the law of addition!!

"The interaction between every leader and follower is a relationship, and all relationships either add to or subtract from a person's life.

If you are a leader, then trust me, you are having either a positive or a negative impact on the people you lead.

How can you tell?
There's one critical question:
Are you making things better for the people who follow you? That's it.

If you cannot answer with an unhesitant yes, and give some evidence that backs it up, then you may very well be a subractor. Often subractors don't realize that they are subtracting from others. I would say that 90 percent of all people who subract from others do so unintentionally.

They don't recognize their negative impact on others. And when a leader is a subractor and doesn't change his ways, its only a matter of time before his impact on others goes from subtraction to division."

Book: 21 Irrefutable laws of Leadership.
Author: John C. Maxwell.

I read the law having Uganda's political leaders(opposition and government) in mind. I burst into laughter when I finished reading the excerpt above. Thing is, there's a huge difference between leadership and mediocrity. Ugandans are in for some serious drama on the latter.

If you don't have money, sell your smart phone and buy this book, after all your simcard will be blocked soon.

Allaah gives the best to those who leave the choice to Him."And if Allah touches you with harm, none can remove it but He, and if He touches you with good, then He is Able to do all things." (6:17)

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