The Young Leader
The Amazing Story of a Young Leader
Most people think that the best leaders are old and wise, but one teenager changed their thoughts. Malala Yousafzia was only eleven years old when she first stood up against the Taliban for female education rights. Even though they shot her four years later aboard her school bus, she make a miraculous recovery and still speaks out for education female education rights. She is a great example that you can be a great leader, no matter where you are from or how old you are. She expresses many qualities of a good leader. she is brave, strong, courageous, smart, and she has perseverance. Even though she was shot she did not give up. To this day she continues to fight for female education rights. This just goes to show that a leader doesn't have to be old, or have years upon years of school to make a difference in the world today. This one girl, who bravery and courage inspires us, made and continues to make a great impact on the world.
"All I want is an education, and I am afraid of no one."- Malala Yousafzia
"When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful." - Malala Yousafzia
" One Child,one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world." - Malala Yousafzia
The World's Youngest Peace Maker
Even though Malala is only 17 years old, she has already accomplished a lot. She as already won a Nobel Peace Prize. She is the first Pakistani to receive this award.
Qualities a Leader Needs
Just like Malala a leader need to be brave and stand up for what he or she believes in. They must be smart, good with words, have charisma, and be honest. Even though not all leaders possess the same qualities, they do though all share the list above.