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September 13, 2010

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Regina Eckert

Hi Tom, nice to see you liked my post! Some people say that Picard emerged by splitting Kirk (as a more 3-d persona) into two more distinct characters: The very intellectual, strategic, calm Picard, and the hot-blooded, emotional and fun-loving Riker. i don't know if that's really how he was invented... but i do think that his success stems from the fact that he's complementing his own strengths with those of his team, balancing it out on a team level. In other words - without a Riker on his side, i doubt Picard would be so successful!

Lead Answer @ the leading way

Well, tip that's something really nice given here but you know what i think leaders doesn't have size and they don't have any face , they only have qualities and that's for we know them

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