Visionary Leaders Vs. Masters Part Six

You’re thinking of learning to play the piano, but want to be more inspired to do so, do you mostly spend your time listening to someone speaking inspiring rhetoric to convince you to learn piano? Or, do you spend your time listening to a master pianist playing the great Beethoven sonatas?

In my previous Visionary vs. Master articles, I mentioned that one ought to be inspired by the work being done, rather than by the visionary’s rhetoric. I want to explain that in more detail here.

If you are not inspired by the work itself, you are probably pursuing the wrong kind of work. For the visionary, the work is always secondary to the vision. In fact, for the visionary, the work is the vision–declaring and promoting it. Visionaries are inspired by that work. The vision is an end in itself. Therefore, when the visionary hears his followers repeat the vision and promote it, he feels his work is done. If people do not grab hold of the vision, the visionary leader can only get frustrated and repeat his message with vexation.

For the master, it is the work that must inspire. The master will show you what is possible when and if you also master the work. If he sees you are not inspired by the work, he will not waste much time trying to convince you through enlivening or emotional speeches. What he might do is turn up the pressure which will either push you out or wake you up. The master is not upset if the work is not for you. He knows there is something else for you out there, and the sooner you discover that, the better.

Visionary Leaders Vs. Masters – Six Part Series

One of my favourite series of articles I’ve written on this blog nobody reads is my Visionary Leaders Vs. Masters series.

I’ve decided to link all six articles here for your reading enjoyment, even though I know no one is actually reading this and I am only writing to myself which is probably not very healthy mentally.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Part Six

Project Veritas – Vaccine Report – Part II

I like Project Veritas. They’ve uncovered some important things. But so far this new story seems like a nothing burger. Lots of people voice their opinions. That does not mean these people actually have any authority to do what they really want to do. Nor does it mean these people know what they’re talking about. A low level worker might think he’s more important than he really is, but no one is actually listening to him or taking him seriously if they do. That’s what kind of individual I think we’re seeing in this part two video.

Project Veritas – Vaccine Report – Part I

Here is a whistleblower report from Project Veritas about the vaccines. No doubt this is controversial. Are the vaccines safe? Are they doing what they’re supposed to do? Have the health experts and politicians been honest? Is Project Veritas doing their own kind of fear mongering here, just as the main stream media does? Will any other media outlets talk about this subject?