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    Default lead by example.

    What is the meaning of the part in bold?

    Mr Obama is trying to lead by example.

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    Default Re: lead by example.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    What is the meaning of the part in bold?

    Mr Obama is trying to lead by example.

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    It means that he is trying to show people how things should be done by doing them that way himself, instead of simply telling people how to do them.

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