So, I'm finding that the occasional study of a fictitious leader is both interesting and educational. You see, the leaders that are portrayed on screen get the opportunity to be somewhat perfect examples of a leadership attribute. We get to watch these leaders literally live out every bit of their existence on camera, as they don't exist off camera. That means we can't miss one of the times they display great leadership in the same way we might miss a great example of, to pick a name, Bill Gates' leadership. Now based on the title, you might think I'm going to talk about Han Solo and his heavily debated cantina scene. However, I've got a different smuggler in mind.