Hello Dahly, This is @animal, Dahly.
It's so nice to see you up where you belong.
Man, sometimes I wake up in the morning and ask myself: Is there anyone in the arts world as interesting as Lisa Rosendahl?
And then I tell myself: wrong Lisa Rosendahl. You don't know her. You know Lisa Rosendahl the builder of men. But I know that's sexist. Lisa doesn't build men -- or women. She builds leaders. And leading is important.
The president of the United States just said that he wants to give power back to the people so the people have to be to be ready to lead their own lives, don't they?
And how do you become a leader? "Leadership is a choice," says Lisa. "It takes takes practice," says Lisa. "Real leaders practice every day. It's time to grow up and lead."
You have to choose to practice. But you know what? It's the 21st century and some people haven't chosen to learn to type. So not everyone is going to choose to practice leadership but for those who do, Lisa offers herself as a guide.
I see your hidden strengths, she declares. "I see confidence, ownership and strength where it wasn't visible before. And that's the leadership sweet spot for me. It's not a title. It's not my name in lights. It's creating possibility where none existed before." Wow! I need her to be my second mom.
And, you want a surprise? All that leadership stuff is just a sideline. In everyday life, Lisa is the Acting Associate Director of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Yes, she's a leader herself. And, Lisa, although I'm not in the military or an American, today, on Tim Sackett Day, I salute you.