Pop back into your early childhood classrooms for a moment. Do you remember the child who was the activator? The one who used command? The one who was strategic? I do. Those were often the children who were viewed as “challenging” by their early childhood teachers. While their behavior may have been frustrating or exhausting at times, what is exceptionally neat about these types of domineering children is that they also possess the innate ability to be leaders.
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