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The Important Methods Used by an Ideal Politician

BY: Deena David | Category: Politics | Submitted: 2010-03-01 11:34:42
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Article Summary: "A politician uses various methods to be the ideal politician. A budding politician needs to know all these to be successful in his political career. Read this article to learn about all these methods..."

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An ideal politician is one who is a person who is perfect in the politics. There are many politicians who live around the world. Some of these politicians are those who are ideal, but even these ideal politicians may not last for a long time. The reason for this is that these people are usually influenced by other people in their own party and this makes them become less ideal.

There are various factors that make a politician to be a ideal person. These factors and how they play a role in making a person to be a ideal politician are all listed in this article.

• Use persuasion over coercion

A person who is a politician should make sure that the person uses the methods of persuasion instead of coercion to make the followers do a particular work. The common method that is used by most politicians are coercion, because they think that as leaders of the people, they can use any method they like. The fact is that if they continue with coercion methods, they will be sidelined as soon as possible.

• Use patience over impatience

A politician is a person who should be very patient. The reason for this is the fact that if a politician is very impatient, then the politician is sure to fail along with the political party. The reason for this is that only when a politician is patient will the people really think that the person is a good politician who fights for the rights of others with patience in spite of various problems faced by the person.

• Be open minded rather than close minded:

The politician should be a person who is open minded and should not be close minded. The reason for this is that when a person is closed minded, then there is no chance for development. Only one person's ideas will be implemented and the ideas of all other people will not be important. This is in fact the death of democracy and the start of dictatorship. Open mindedness helps to have a discussion before a decision is made and close mindedness results in a decision without a discussion.

• Use compassion over confrontation:

As a politician, a person has to make sure that he or she uses compassion over confrontation. Compassion is a very important aspect of a person's life. If the person is compassionate, then the people around the person will try to make sure that the person has the power so that they can get more compassion. On the other hand, if you are inn confrontation mode, all the people around you will try to get rid of you as soon as possible. This is the main difference between compassion and confrontation attitudes in a politician.

• Use integrity over dishonesty:

For obvious reasons, integrity is very important for a politician over various dishonest methods that will make the person go to his doom quickly.
These are the various methods that should be used by an ideal politician.

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