One thing that leaders do is train, or "develop" people. Simply said, leaders have a lot of proteges. And that goes for everything we do.
First, let me define 'Protege'
"Protege: a person under the patronage, protection, or care of someone interested in his or her career or welfare." ~ Dictionary.com
So, in Frisbee.... (Frisbee tip here) the guys who know the most about the game aren't really doing any good with it if they don't teach someone else what they know. And that goes for anyone! Suppose you've played a few times, and then you come to Friday Frisbee and there's someone new who doesn't have a clue about the game.... YOU CAN HELP THEM! I've helped many guys see a different aspect of the game (I'm not the best with beginners, but I'm good at helping the intermediate guys), and those guys use what I've taught them. The people you help will use what you teach them, so be wise in what you say! And don't load them down with too much information.
This is one big plus about knowing your own capabilities - you know what you're good at and what you can teach others. See, it wouldn't be good for me to teach a college football player how to throw the football better. But I can, and do, help others play Frisbee better.
One thing that you can do to get better (Frisbee or not), is to come up with a list of stuff you don't know (eg. 1. how to throw a hammer. 2. how to play zone on defense... etc.), and then set out on a journey to ask others, who know how to do that stuff, if they can teach you (or by careful observation, you can teach yourself).
IknowIknowIknow..... I'm not posting a lot on here, and I'm about to plunge into the busiest time of my life (commonly known as college), but if you check here every-now-and-then, I'll make sure to post every-once-in-a-while. :)