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When I look back at the times of difficulty and conflict that plagued my team with doubt and frustration, I see that the only way to overcome those challenges.

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Every cheerleader is a leader. We lead the crowd. We run the school. We lead arenas full of spectators and judges and young aspiring athletes.

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This is our job. It is found in our unwritten description of the inevitable duties to be performed. But we can't be leaders all the time.

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We've all had days, weeks, or even months when we were overwhelmed by frustration or roadblocks that overshadowed the daily success we strived to achieve.

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This is when we become followers. a follower The term comes with such a negative connotation. Yet being a follower is just as important.

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Who is a leader if there is no one to support his ideas and ideals? Who is a captain without his team to follow their discipline and directive actions.

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So how do you decide when to lead and when to follow? For me, it's been a long road to learning how to follow my gut and my intuition.

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When you look around and see a member of your team with a sullen look on his face and acting erratic, lead. A productive practice, a productive season.

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But when someone takes new action with an idea or piece of advice and you know it took them longer to muster up the courage to open their mouths.

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I don't think there's a cheerleader or athlete in this world who looks back at the end of their career and says, “Wow, my most memorable experience.