First impressions are lasting. Trends come and go and depending on their strength or endurance, they may last for decades of just 5 minutes.
Take for example, polyester suits, wide brim hats, members’ only jackets and sagging pants. Well, unfortunately, some trends try to hang on longer than others or even sneak back from time to time. There is nothing wrong with being a trendsetter; you just need to know when to back away and move on.
Community Leadership, as a goal to achieve, is a noble calling and means more than just knowing how to sit in a group of likeminded individuals to discuss shared views. It also involves having a historical and working connection to the community, you wish to represent. Because most communities are comprised of individuals from various backgrounds and social, environments your starting point must be on point! In seeking opportunities to learn how to develop Community Leadership, remember, perception is reality. I am sharing my views with you below so that you might get a glimpse of what is important to me as you decide to support my re-election effort.