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Jim Rohn's 7 Personality Traits of a Great Leader

Introduction: One who finds ways of improving things and motivates people to move towards a better vision is a leader. Leaders put people first and work toward making their vision a reality. Leaders are supposed to be empathetic and to be successful, must connect with people. To be a great leader, you must become a person of quality yourself. Only then you’ll be able to attract quality people. Refining your skills is the most important thing in leadership. One must keep on working on himself/herself until he/she becomes effective. Jim Rohn has given seven personality traits of a great leader. Seven personality traits of a great leader: 1. Learn to be strong but not impolite According to Jim Rohn, the first trait of a great leader is to be strong but not impolite. A very common mistake made by people repetitively is that they think that impolite behaviour/rude behaviour is a sign of strength. But it’s a wrong assumption. A person, with politeness and warmth in his/her nature and behavio
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