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5-10-2007 @ 6:28PM
You are the Guild Leader, your work is never done.I currently in a guild where the GM is a RL good friend of mine and he perhaps said one of the dumbest things i"ve ever heard, read rather.."I myself have put in more than enough time"Leaders need to be that, leaders.. This mentality that you have done your fair share doesn't cut it. It breeds a mentality that trickles down to officers which causes decent in the members. members because frustrated when they look to those in leadership to no neccessarily hold hand but at least help or guide the way. To shout that perhaps you need help or would like to be a part of a mutual needed run only to be shunned away by your own guild is frustrating and not only confuses members (due to relationships built in the guild) but also creates resentment. Ultimately you need ot lead by example and saying "Well I've done all I should have done" will sofficate your guild and result in a /gdisband.
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