I'd aspire to be a benign leader who only provides the good and prevents the bad. Same as what we'd want of a god to do - but I wouldn't let my people down.
I wouldn't try to dictate beliefs or choices. I'd let my people be the people they wish to be - as long as they do no harm. I would not tolerate murder or greed, nor would I tolerate substance abuse or sexual abuses. Other than that I'd allow that all people make mistakes (me included). I'd make sure they had shelter, food and water. I'd let them make the happinesses they want in life, and I'd discourage propounding false beliefs in some supernatural being who has lived forever and will live forever.
If eternity exists then it would be impossible for a god to make all things. He'd have to start at some point in eternity. But given that eternity stretches on in both directions then it would be impossible to reach a certain point - call it the middle of eternity if you like - eternity has no beginning and no end, so it has no "middle" for god to begin his creating.
Given the nature of what we want, someone to solve all our problems, someone to provide for us and protect us - what else can god be but a fictitious creation of our imaginations to sooth our emotions and fears. What would man be without a god? Better off I think. No genie's, no leprechauns, no magic incantations, no gods to solve our problems; only the stark realization that WE need to solve OUR OWN problems. Given enough effort and time we CAN solve our problems.