Read To Lead, 1Zumba!

Hello hello n hello everyone who is reading this now. Thank you our dear friends from everywhere, with special thanks to our new readers from the US, Russia, India, Italy, n Brazil 😉

It is fun! Right!
It is gun! Right!
It is yours, &  mine!

Image result for enjoying readingFirst, my 1Zumba friend, let’s see what is the definition of read, according to google: “Reading is a complex cognitive process [not all of it, is cognitive, coz using your eyes is physical] of decoding [interpreting could be more appealing, unless you consider the letters are a code, which they aren’t] symbols [language letters are not symbols] in order to construct or derive meaning [or understand from it what it means] (reading comprehension) 😀

Reading is a means of language acquisition, of communication, and of sharing information and ideas.” [as well as means of entertainment & fun, coz many times, I laugh at something which is written in certain contexts, right?; means to play word games, which is a kind of entertainment too] 😯

Second, my 1Zumba friend, how do you see leadership?  For one online source, it says:


Leadership can be hard to define and it means different things to different people. In the transformational leadership model, leaders set direction and help themselves and others to do the right thing to move forward. To do this they create an inspiring vision, and then motivate and inspire others to reach that vision.

Grant, 1Zumba friend, stated that:”a leader should be creative, different, disliked by some, having a vision, see things others can’t see, followed coz s/he made sense to people, cares for others, wiser than others, passionate for helping others, unselfish, self-disciplined, mostly fulfill her/his promise.”

I would add one extremely essential characteristic that a good leader should have , in my opinion, is that s/he should be a good reader. Reading is a key element in being a good leader. Obviously you understand why 😆

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Enough for today, I know although it is shorter than our other posts, but I’m sure it’s very full of new inspirational ideas. So re-read it one more time, especially in-between-the-lines sort of, and get up to your conclusions.

Would a previous politics experience guarantee that you would be a good leader? Would a long history in business is proved to be giving better leaders? Would leaders really care for little people? Ask yourself these questions, then think of voting.

We’ll talk soon guys. Until then take good care of yourselves, and give me your big hug 

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