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A small boy was asked: "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Without a moment's hesitation he replied: "Just like my dad!" How fortunate for that dad. The little boy was so proud of his father that he wanted to follow his example. That's what real leadership is all about. And that's why Scouting is important in setting a good example.

Not all boys have dads, and some of those who do would not want to follow their examples. The way Cub Scout leaders live speaks so loudly we can't hear what they're saying. Cub Scouts will do as we do far more quickly than they will do as we say.

This is just a small part of Chapter 4, page 4 of a section that explains your responsibility to the boys in the Cub Scout Leader Book.

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