A Misconception Of Role Modelling In Society: Role Modelling Is Only Dependent On Age - Emmanuel Ale Life Info

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Sunday, 5 February 2017

A Misconception Of Role Modelling In Society: Role Modelling Is Only Dependent On Age


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  1. When it comes to the terms of being a role model, a leader, a person of noble and worthy character or a person of influence, even though, on a general social norm scale, not many people in this society and in this generation today necessarily value it or choose to put emphasis on it, even though when it comes to talking about it and having discussions about it, some people if not many, don't really get the role or understand what it comes with or are afraid of what it will come with when being in that role, and even it when it come to there being people out there in this position with some of them being good or positive-behaved and some of them being bad and negative-behaved, when it comes to this, one popular and highly common misconception about being a role model or leader that people have is that a lot of people think that being a leader or role model is only dependent on age or you have to be credible on the terms of how old you are as a person, more in particular when it comes to being older than people. In this video, I break down that misconception by stating the fact that just because you are older than a person or a person may be older than you, that doesn't always necessarily mean that they are fit or capable of being a leader or role model. You might learn something from this. Hope you enjoy.

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