Top 10 leaders who are controlling the world
Find out the top 10 faces who have set an example for everyone, they are leaders and a motivation for every human being.
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Top 10 leaders who are controlling the world.
“Leaders become great, not because of their power but because of their ability to empower other” – John Maxwell
The human race has produced men, men whose actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and to do more, they are called leaders. Here are 10 leaders who inspire, control and make this world a better place.
#1 Vladimir Putin [Age: 63, Russian president]
A President with an approval rating of 90% and is the most powerful president in the world. A modern man who rose to become the future of modern Russia, he has shown his country’s influence in nearly every corner of the world. From taking a piece of Ukraine to affecting the US Presidential Elections, Putin gets what he wants. He is a man, who rides horses, flies planes and goes for fishing, he is certainly the most chilled out yet the most feared leader.
#2 Pope Francis [Age: 80, Pope of the Catholic Church]
Pope Francis is a spiritual leader of nearly 1.5 billion Catholic Christians. Born in Buenos Aires, the pope throughout his life has been noted for his humility, emphasis on God’s mercy, concern for poor and commitment to interfaith dialogue. He does not support unbridled capitalism and Marxism, Francis maintains the traditional views of the Church regarding abortion, social teaching and ordination of women. In 2016, he gave priests the power to forgive women who undergo the abortion and has continued to indulge in the management of the global refugee crisis.
#3 Donald Trump [Age: 71, American President]
After surprisingly beating Hilary Clinton in the elections, Trump became the wealthiest American President ever. Trump has had long business history and a straightforward mindset, his immigration ban and strategy has helped him jumped paces in terms of strength. Trump was named the Times person of the year in 2016 and that is enough to describe his leadership skills.
#4 Xi Jinping [Age: 64, Chinese President]
He is China’s core leader who has introduced far-ranging measures to enforce party discipline and to ensure internal unity. His signature campaign is the anti-corruption campaign; he has also advocated internet censorship in China further under the slogan ‘Chinese dream’ Xi has laid emphasis on national aspirations. Xi has made China one of the strongest and developed countries in the world.
#5 Angela Markel [Age: 63, German Chancellor]
A German politician serving as Chancellor of Germany since 2005 has been globally described the leader of the European Union and the most powerful women in the world. She has guided her country through the recession and subsidized by companies that cut hours for workers. Due to her efforts, Germany stands above the rest of Europe, she also makes efforts against the ISIS and is a leader.
#6 Bill Gates [Age: 63, Founder,Microsoft]
The founder of Microsoft, an author, investor, philanthropist and the world richest person, Bill Gates is one of the best-known entrepreneurs of the PC revolution. In 2009 Gates and Warren Buffet founded ‘The Giving Pledge’ whereby they and other billionaires pledged to give at least half of their wealth to philanthropy, the foundation also works to save lives, improve global health and to remove polio.
#7 Narendra Modi [Age: 67, Indian Prime Minister]
He is the second most followed political leader on Twitter and is the leader of 1.2 billion citizens of India. He is pushing India to integrate with the digital world and in the recent years, he has raised his profile as a global leader. Modi has initiated the concept of digital India and has done great efforts to build bridges with many countries around the world. He has also emerged as a key figure in the international effort to tackle climate change.
#8 Shinzo Abe [Age: 63, Japanese Prime Minister]
The Japanese PM has crafted bold plans to bring the idea and innovation of Silicon Valley to Japan to enforce the country’s fading tech sector. Japan has an aging population, and it has made great efforts the recover from the post World War II scenario, in the recent years, Abe has initiated to boost the economy of Japan.
#9 Mark Zukerberg [Age: 33, CEO Facebook]
He is the youngest and the most loved leader, Mark created the social network when he was 19, and today is he is one of the youngest billionaires on earth. In 2012, and his wife that over the course of their life hey would give the majority of their wealth to ’advancing human potential and promoting equality’. Under his leadership, Facebook is reaping billions from mobile ad sales. Surely, he an inspiration.
#10 Larry Page [Age: 44, Co-founder, Google]
Creating a search engine and encapsulating information with no comparison this entrepreneur stepped aside as CEO of Google in 2015 to become the CEO of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc. He is currently funding two flying car startups, and he is a clean energy advocate and motivates everyone to use geothermal energy.