The pain of leadership
Party leaders and members often share many interests and values but sometimes their time horizons diverge. Strong leaders may be more concerned with immediate rewards than slow, sustainable growth. This disconnect from the collective interests of the party can cause damage. The pain of party leadership can be felt in three ways. First, it can cause the leader to feel ill at ease.
Second, it can lead to a lack of accountability. The pain of party leadership is an important aspect of the Chinese political system. Without it, China would be subject to strongman rule and face gridlock and lack of accountability. It is important to note that while there are differences between leadership styles and parties, each is driven by the needs of the people.
staying in the game is worth it
Staying in the game isn’t without its pain and pressure. While the rewards of being a leader can be immense, there is also pain to be endured in order to see positive results in the lives of others and one’s own. That’s why it’s important to make the sacrifices necessary to be a successful leader.