When i heard the word leadership, i first think about myself to consider if I’m a good example of leader or not. The most important piece of leadership is self-leadership. If a person can’t lead herself/himself, how is she/he going to lead others? A good example of leader should know what he/she wants, his/her goal, what he/she can do, and where he/she are is going to coupled with the ability to influence his/her communication, emotions, and behaviors on the way of getting there. If you are an honest, good listener, respectful, well educated, Friendly, confidence, organized and enthusiastic person, then you make a good example of leadership. A leader should treated others the way he or she want to be treated. When you are responsible for a group of people, you’d want them to respect you so you need to be honest with hem, no matter what the circumstance is. Respect others to earn respect from others. Be a good listener and don’t be selfish. Excitement is contagious. When a leader is motivated and excited about the cause people will be more inclined to follow. Influencing others to change is a very hard one to do. But first, you must do what you want them to d and understand their view of the world, because not everyone view the world the same. One of the most important key to change a person is resistance. We might not agree with them, but being a good listener and try to understand is a way to do it. Once we know more about their issues and concerns you can help them see a different perspective. Enthusiasm can change the world. Nothing great could not achieved without enthusiasm. Us, teenagers are often very future oriented, We feel that our whole life is ahead of us, and we are enthusiastic about all of the possibilities. You can change the world. You need confidence, be enthusiastic and be positive. Life is mostly what you make it! I think the way we deliver the message is more important than the message we have because Because the way we deliver the message should attract the message receiver’s attention. If the message was good and we don’t deliver it properly, then it won’t be meaningful and the receiver would not follow or learn from it. They won’t understand the purpose of it. I think what kids expect from school definitely influences what actually happens in school. Let’s say a student told her friend that geometry was really hard, so her friend wouldn’t even try to do it because she knows she’s not going to do well.