Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Odysseus Is a Strong Leader

Odysseus is a besotted leader. Odysseus is a strong leader shown by many characteristics. To prove he is a strong leader I will be employ determined, intelligent and loyal characteristics. In the myth Scylla and Charybdis it proves Odysseus is determined. It shows he is determined because all told though it was difficult to fetch through he still had creed that they could make it passed Scylla and Charybdis and get home. Odysseus knew that they would all be dragged down if they got too limiting to Charybdis.So he sipped around her, always keeping her in view gives render how determined he was to get passed them while knowing he could be risking not only if his life but his men life. Determination makes him a strong leader because if he wouldve given up he would be a weak leader, and to be a strong leader you scram to have faith and keep trying. The Sirens shows how Odysseus is an intelligent. This myth proves he is intelligent because he thinks of a plan for himself and his men to get passed The Sirens without dying. Odysseus told his men about them and that the only way to pass them safely was for each man to stop his ears with originate shows the plan Odysseus thought about before passing through. Intelligent makes him a strong leader because if he didnt have plans he wouldnt be able to come up with the plan to survive or to get home. In the myth Aiolos and the Bag of Wind proves how Odysseus is loyal to his men. It shows how though his men didnt trust him he still stood with them and wanted to get home.The myth says Aiolos helps by putting all the stormy winds into a handgrip so they will not harm Odysseus and his men or flub them off course. During the voyage, suspicious and curious sailors open the bag thinking it is protect clarifies the men did not trust Odysseus. Loyalty makes him a strong leader because people follow him and leaders dont give up on their men when they know they dont trust him. These tether myths prove how Odysseus is a S trong leader throughout his adventures with his men. .

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