Here Are 5 Primal Traits Of A ‘Powerful Leader’
Powerful Leaders Possess These 5 Primal Traits
Whether in the streets to the executive suites, powerful Leaders must have these primal traits to survive in the game. To become a “Powerful Leader”, you must learn to move totally different from the masses. You shouldn’t think like them, act like them, or move like the masses.
You must be able to naturally stand out from the crowd to become a leader. Therefore, Powerful Leaders possess certain primal traits that others don’t have. It’s natural for them to possess these traits because they understand their raw primal nature. They’re always authentically true to themselves and others.
These powerful primal traits can be learned through extensive study, along with experience, while some are naturally born with them.
Therefore, I’m a firm believer that your family bloodline, childhood psychology, and astrological sign plays a large part in your ability to lead. These powerful traits that I will be sharing below may be controversial and edgy, as “Magnate Lifestyle” is not for the faint of heart. We share uncut raw truths about success, leadership, wealth, and power. Here Are the 5 Primal Traits Of A Powerful Leader:
1. Powerful Leaders Are “Emotionally Intelligent”:
Powerful Leaders learned to use “Emotional Intelligence” when making their most important decisions. Especially during times of crisis, pressure and great danger.
Emotional Intelligence in its rawest form means being true to yourself, while matching your logical reasoning powers with your gut feelings.
I want you to close your eyes right now, and imagine making your next decision based off logical emotions. Easier said then done right? Right. Therefore, either your emotional decisions are usually made irrationally, or your logical decisions are usually made without compassion, courage and emotional intelligence. Thus, this is not an easy skill to master, as your logical thoughts, or primal emotions usually takes over your decision-making abilities. But the leaders who knows how to balance the two will always be 1000 steps ahead of the game.
2. Powerful Leaders Are Supremely Confident:
Being confident is a very important trait to have as a Powerful Leader. A leader without confidence will get crushed by their enemies, and shouldn’t be allowed to occupy that powerful position.
Imagine following a leader without confidence. It will be a disaster in the making.
As a powerful leader they must enter action with boldness because they can lose the confidence of their followers with one weak move. They can’t hesitate or second guess their decisions once they’ve already made. If they do hesitate, it can create costly mistakes or even cost others their lives in extreme situations. People will not respect or follow a leader who isn’t confidence. But they will follow a leader who is confident in their speech, decisions, and actions.
Leaders also must exude confidence to keep the people interested in being on their team. As a result, morale and productivity will remain high and problems will be solved more quickly.
3. Powerful Leaders Listen More Than They Speak:
Powerful leaders know when to talk and when to listen. Sayings such as “Talk Is Cheap” and “The Loudest One In The Room Is The Weakest” are true statements indeed. Real leaders know that actions speak way louder than words. Therefore, they understand that talking more than listening is a bad trait of a weak leader.
Powerful people know when to talk and what exactly to say at the right time.
Listening more than you speak can give you the ability to make strategic calculated decisions based on sound information you receive from others. Especially when you’re dealing with a competitor or a dangerous enemy. If you listen long enough a person will tell you exactly what they’re thinking. So, it will be best to think at least 10 times before you speak when in a powerful position of leadership.
4. Powerful Leaders Are Fearless Warriors:
Powerful Leaders are known to fight with their soldiers in the field of battle. Just research the leaders of Ancient History such as Alexander The Great, Ghangis Khan, and much more. What they all had in common was in war they all fought in the trenches with their soldiers. Thus, they understood moving this way gained powerful loyalty, trust and confidence from their followers.
These same traits can be used in the business, and political arena.
People love following leaders who will sacrifice their lives for the vision. They hate following a leader that only delegates orders while sitting their lazy ass on the throne. They want to know, if their leader would ride or die for them. One of the best ways to command loyalty, commitment, and trust from others is to fight side by side with them on the battlefield. A real leader always leads by example. The stronger the leader, the stronger the team.
5. Powerful Leaders Learn To Use Fear & Failure To Fuel “Ambition”:
Every human being on this planet suffered ridicule, loss, failure, depression, and extreme criticism from others at various points in their lives. But real leaders who know how to use their fears and past failures to fuel “Ambition” will always win. Even when a boxer is walking to the ring during his biggest fight, he usually has a fear of losing based on his past failures. But when he understands fear isn’t real, and decides to turn that fear into powerful courage is when he won the fight before it started.
Fear Isn’t Real, But Danger Is very Real “Will Smith”
Real Leaders understand fear is present when you live your life based on other people thoughts of them. Powerful Leaders will keep moving forward on the mission, no matter how many times they failed. While not being affected by what other people thinks of them. Therefore, they learned to develop thick skin, and to only focus on courage’s actions instead of fearful ones.
Your goal as a potential “Powerful Leader” is to either possess all of these traits naturally, or learn them from a powerful mentor. Also, these traits can be learned by reading books about “Leadership” and what it entails. Once you develop these traits within your leadership psychology. Then, it’s a good chance your on your way to becoming a “Powerful Leader”. A great book you should read to become a powerful leader is “48 Laws Of Power By Robert Greene”.