Markets today are flooded with ideas and data about leadership - books, blogs, articles, seminars, webinars, websites - all proclaiming what it takes to be a good leader. It boils down to this: Who or What can I follow? That was the question in the times of the "Judges" long ago. What they faced, the issues that arose, the attitude and demeanor with which they faced them, are not much different today in the twenty-first century AD than in those centuries BC. Why? Times and cultures have certainly changed but people and "issues" of the heart have not. Today, the question remains: "Who Will Lead Us?" We can learn from others� mistakes (and successes); let�s learn from the "Judges."