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You'd think that, but actually, that's exactly what film directors do, and I think we can all agree that they are de-facto "leaders".

Film directors become directors because they go around and tell people "I'm a director putting a movie together, do you want to work with me/invest in me/help me?" not because they work hard at unrelated task X and somehow become promoted to the rank of directors.

Leadership at its best...




Film directors become directors because they go around and tell people 'I'm a director putting a movie together, do you want to work with me/invest in me/help me?'

Isn't that usually the job of the executive producer?




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