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com)-- Enable America founder and chairman Richard Salem called for increased efforts to detect vision loss at the 2015 Person of Vision Dinner to honor Jeff and Penny Vinik.
It takes a person of vision, someone with a dream to own the worlds largest yacht and to bring it to reality," claims Timm.
The patriarch is acknowledged as one of the leading church leaders today, a person of vision and tireless in travels and efforts to promote interchurch relations, interfaith understanding, religious freedom, peace, and human rights.
Brian Liggins, chairman of Bulkington village centre, said: "Mandy is a person of vision and enthusiasm for the project and for the local people it would benefit.
I'm a person of vision and faith, and I believe that you call it into being everyday.
``So you have to know how to get things done if you're going to be a person of vision, too.
A real leader is a person of vision who "comes back from the future" to lead us forward, says Carl Neu, Jr.
Indeed, Jim McTaggert, chairman of Connecticut-based Marakon Associates, an exclusive little strategic consulting firm whose influence is far out of proportion to its size, says the typical CFO is anything but a person of vision.