I started thinking about Style Weekly's Power List and the purpose it serves, as well as the interest it generates. No question, power is a source of fascination for many. But we all know having power doesn't automatically translate into tangible and favorable results. Seems to me, given Richmond's newfound passion for activity, our community would be better served if you focused not on power, but on leaders and leadership. If you did, I think your list might read a little differently. After decades of smoldering, Active Richmond is fired up to do great things. So break from the fashionable and give us a leader list. I know it's more fun to talk about power, but right now we need purpose, results and people who are delivering such to the community as a whole. Do your part and support Active RVA. Who knows, readers might even find that list more interesting than the one you're giving us now.