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2017/01/20 I don't want to be a leader.

The other day, I was introduced to a psychologist by a psychiatrist, with whom I had been acquinted for some months. The doctor said that I am the first philosopher about such and such field. I was a little confused with this remark because I never want to be a leader in any field or in any group. To be a leader is horrible.

A couple of years ago, I looked for a company that would offer me a job after my graduation from the university and I took a lot of job interviews. Many interviwers asked me if I was a leader or if I wanted to be one. I said, no. Why? Because I don't want to be led by a leader. At this reply most of them got surprised and began to follow another line of questions. 

Many students I had a chance to talk with in those days said they wanted or were willing to be leaders. That sounded really ridiculous to me. That exactly shows why I am not cut out for working full time for a company. I am convinced that the entrance into the graduate school is the best decision in my life.