CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Word Count: 358
Would you rather lead or follow? Why? What role do you see yourself playing out over your life, leader or follower?
I would rather lead then follow, I always have done in one form or another and I always will continue to for the rest the time I have left on this world. Please, get your questions around the right way; it will make you seem like less of an idiot. I would rather lead than follow because I am a naturally born leader, I have the intelligence to ably take control of any situation my work pits me against and I have full training in areas such as hostage and suicide negotiation. I know full well, unlike Grissom, Stokes or even Willows what areas my job can and does not allow me to go in to or get involved with so if I am faced with something to do I know I can do it to the best of my ability, which is the best. In life I do see and already have seen myself play out the role of leader many, many times in various different areas. I know this is because I am self reliant and this independence from others puts me at the top of their picking pile. I can function equally well in both a team or by myself, even if I do prefer to work alone. I don’t allow petty things like personal involvement with a victim or fellow co-worker to worm their way into my life and if some people do then more often than not, when they can’t clean up their own mess they come looking to me as a first resort. That what makes me and my team strong. I’m strong and can function without hesitation or restrictions and they follow that example obediently. As for Grissom, he gets to personally involved in cases and he cares just way too much for the victim, so, his team follows along. A team follows their master and leader, if the leader sets a good, hard willed example than the people following him will follow in that example. Such is the Dayshift people on my team; we are the better of the two, unlike him and his fickle minded, easily influenced little cronies.