The question that I am answering is: Leadership is a constant theme and emphasis at CMC. In fact, one of the ways we describe CMC students is "Leaders in the Making." Choose someone, fictional or nonfictional, historical or contemporary, whom you consider to be a leader. Suppose you are this person's primary advisor. How would you advise this person and why?
I decided to pretend that I was Beowulf's advisor. I wrote this in story format, rather than the typical analytical, five paragraph essay format. I think it is a fun, quick essay to read, and I would truly appreciate any readers.