Just me, solitude, and leadership

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Just me, Solitude, and Leadership Chris Vogt First Draft 1/16/12 I am a person who believes in self-lead success, but I can only begin to go onto this path when I am in solitude. See, the essay, “ Solitude and Leadership ” by William Deresiewicz, it is described that there is a stereotype of a successful person these days, but not many truly successful people. Also, so many people expect a leader to multitask, not knowing that this is actually a bad thing. Finally, the fact that good morals have been left behind by those who would rather distract themselves by their social lives can be healed by simple solitude. Solitude is the key to personal success, and is the gateway to independence which I believe is a trait needed in a leader. In “ Solitude and Leadership ” by William Deresiewicz, the essay begins by explaining how successful people are all the same, they are “excellent sheep” as he puts it. I could not agree more. I have always seen the truly successful person as one who does what they are truly
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Athens during the Spring '11 term at BC.

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