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Small people never make genuine leaders. They sacrifice the least and always remain in search of a â€˜masterâ€™, a â€˜seniorâ€™ or an â€˜umpireâ€™. Whatever be the size of their chair, pay/perks and the glitter as a celebrity; all are short-lived.
SMALL PEOPLE In Praise of Small People Small people, many a times, rise to higher positions and pedestals. However, they are seldom self employed or least; entrepreneurs. They are mostly salaried, and paid people. When small people head large organizations, they: o Fail to accommodate human variations and uniqueness. And fail to image the synergetic effect of variety, innovations and differences in ideas, approach and capabilities. o Do not, or have a little capacity to appreciate the fact that all men are His best product. And all are same by pedigree; he/she is one of them. They are usually their own god. o Remain in some sort of contest and race and competition, mild to severe, to get and collect and gather more from the people in immediate contact. o Seldom look at contribution as a means of pleasure and measure of growth. o Measure their growth by all parameters which deal with and encompass growth of ego. o Would take â€˜braveâ€™ and â€˜extra-ordinaryâ€™ measures when directly or indirectly they are the beneficiary. o Remain oblivious, hazy or fail to focus on common identities and superior objectives. o Have very few questions; but answer, dictums and rather, â€˜ordersâ€™ for everything. o In the name of Company, Organizations and Institutions actually satisfy their egos. o In the name of good phrases and clichÃ©s like â€˜sab say pehlay Pakistanâ€™, â€˜Party Interestâ€™ or â€˜Disciplineâ€™ enjoy and satisfy sadistic self. o They Honor, appreciate, pay back and reward for personal loyalties. Small people never make genuine leaders. They sacrifice the least and always remain in search of a â€˜masterâ€™, a â€˜seniorâ€™ or an â€˜umpireâ€™. Whatever be the size of their chair, pay/perks and the glitter as a celebrity; all are short-lived.