"Not all of us have power, but we all have influence. That is why we can each be leaders. The most important forms of leadership come not with position, title or robes of office, not with prestige and power, but with the willingness to work with others to achieve what we cannot do alone; to speak, to listen, to teach, to learn, to treat other people’s views with respect even if they disagree with us, to explain patiently and cogently why we believe what we believe and do what we do; to encourage others, praise their best endeavors and challenge them to do better still. Always choose influence rather than power. It helps change people into people who can change the world."- Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, on Parshat Beha'alotecha, 2014
Not all of us have power, but we all have influence.