Decide Who You Want to Be to Inspire What you will Plan and Do

Col. Stretch Dunn (USA Ret) presented a short seminar at the Life Leaders meeting on “Best-Self Leadership.” He included this definition of a “true professional.”

“True Professional: person who seeks mastery and earned empowerment through trust in character and competence, preparing and persisting to develop fitness and habits to do the harder right well—instinctively—even under stress.”

Professionalism Under Stress, Dunn & Dyson

Stretch believes Life Leaders should think about “who” we want to be and that insight can inspire us to plan and take action. He cited that our writing the book Professionalism Under Stress inspired him more to want to be a “true professional” so he would exemplify “character and competence even under stress.” He presented some of his plans to “be” that kind of person.

Professionalism Front Cover

http://www.ProfessionalismUnderStress.com

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About Dr. David Dyson

Mission: To empower people and communities to PLAN and LEAD in LIFE. Service Vision: 1) advise and assist educators to help students write Plans for School and Life, 2) help universities expand impact on students, alumni, professionals, plus branding for Colleges of Education. 3) help boards and management in communities to develop and improve plans, processes, and performance. Service niches include: Plan for School and Life - Best-Self Leadership - Community Founder and Director of Life Leaders America which provides monthly seminars on planning, best-self leadership, patriotism, and freedom as well as community development programs. Author, lecturer, and workshop leader using books and workbooks such as: Earning and Delegating Empowerment, Master Your Goliaths, Patriotism in Action, Professionalism Under Stress, Founding of America's Veterans Day Education, The Purpose of Life, Best-Self Leadership.
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