Leadership Skills and Style: Is Your Leader a Cheesehead?

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by BG Jenkins

These days it’s so important to be a leader, and glean those leadership skills and style that work for you, from other leaders, but my question is…is your leader a cheesehead? The answer is actually two fold…”yes” and “no.” We are all different, and gravitate towards different techniques, and styles, so it’s important to focus on the ones that resonate with you. If you want to be led by a Cheesehead, then that’s your prerogative…and it may also be your blessing.

Let me tell you about one of the leaders in my upline, who makes nothing from me, and who is more than willing to give you information, and bolster your courage to move forward in every area of your business, by learning, and growing within the community. Mark Manderville, L3 Leader inside of My Lead System Pro, and Cheesehead Team Leader (inside joke) inside of Network Marketing VT, really gives his all to the team, whether you’re directly under him or not.

So to answer the guestion for leadership skills and style: is you leader a cheesehead? In this case, my answer would be a resounding “YES.”

These are Mark Manderville’s leadership skills and style- Cheesehead style…


Mark takes a chance on anyone who is willing to work for the team, as we grow our businesses along side of him. He encourages you to give back to the community, as you learn and grow. Mark fights for the underdog, and masterminds with the experienced marketer, while sharing his vast amount of knowledge with all, for the good of the community.

Mark says, “These businesses are more than about money; they are about community, and that’s what you need to build a good team…community, and giving back. Its about a team, not a program or system!


If people knew who they were before they died, they would realize they have value to give, and share…but some people never realize who they are in life, so therefore they never realize they are GREAT and never think that they can impact others lives for a better life…


In a nutshell…,” Mark emphasizes,
And that is powerful when you think like that….”


Do you have to be a cheesehead to lead?

No, you just have to follow the examples of Mark Manderville to be a great leader.


Cheesehead or not, the ball is in your court.  What action will you take?

(Will you melt, be shredded, or are you hard as cheddar? I know this whole post is cheesy.)


So when contemplating… leadership skills and style: Is your leader a cheesehead?  If you answer “yes,” then it must be Mark Manderville!


Whose leadership skills and style (cheesehead style) are you following, and how is that working for you?




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BG is a wife, mother of 2, grandmother of 3, and a former realtor living in South Texas. Her current ventures are in the area of affiliate marketing, writing, and spending time with her family.

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BG is a wife, mother of 2, grandmother of 3, and a former realtor living in South Texas. Her current ventures are in the area of affiliate marketing, writing, and spending time with her family.

24 thoughts on “Leadership Skills and Style: Is Your Leader a Cheesehead?”

    1. Thanks Jacquelyn for your comment and for stopping by. Mark is a great guy and really tries to help everyone. Thanks for your comments.

  1. BG,
    It is so important to have a good leader. A good leader inspires us to create and do more. I am so glad you found that in Cheesehead! You can achieve great things and will with a great leaders help!

    Wendy Elwell
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  2. Hey BG
    Thanks for sharing a great spot on leadership post.
    The only way of building a sustainable network marketing business is good leadership.
    This is a long term industry, and only those who have realized the value of being a good leader like yourself will succeed.

    “When One Teaches, Two Learn”
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    1. Hi Val. I agree leaders are great and the ones that are truly willing to help, well they make all the difference. Thanks for commenting.

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