The Great Man Theory

The Great Man Theory

The Great Man Theory suggests that there are people who are naturally born with certain qualities that allows them to rise to the top, meaning they reach positions that have priority and power.

According to this theory, great leaders are heroes because they accomplish greatness despite the odds.

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The Journal of Personality and Psychology studied the effect having too much charisma. The results ended up showing that organizations must choose applicants with a mid-range level of charism instead of the extremely charismatic ones.

This is due to their finding that highly charismatic leaders are less effective due to their lack of operational behavior.

It's the quality of attracting and influencing the ones around you and more often than not, charismatic people tend to have extraordinary communicative skills.

There are certain people we find charismatic. They exude confidence, compassion, and vision. And leadership models show the capability of being able to reassure the other persons' needs and value.

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Vision boards: the concept

The concept has been around for decades now, and was popularized by a few books and celebrities (Oprah Winfrey, for example).聽

It's based on the Law of Attraction, which says that our minds are powerful tools that can turn thoughts and desires into reality.

DNA Replication Process
  • For the replication process to occur, it is highly dependent on whether the cells are prokaryotic or if it's a eukaryote. Regardless of where it happens, the DNA replication process is the same.
  • The DNA is shaped like a double helix that runs in opposite directions in which is able to unzip down the middles so that it may serve as a template for the other side.
  • The small area where it can unzip is called a replication fork, where it moves down the entire length of the molecule.
Naming Hurricanes

Hurricanes used to be tagged with random numbers, sometimes latitude and longitude numbers, and other times they were named after the place where they came ashore.

Now, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) coordinates with the National Hurricane Center and give every tropical cyclone (hurricanes and typhoons) short, simple names.

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