Welcome to my Tribe!

Thank you for joining our Rooftop Leadership Mastery Community.

Thank you! You probably hear it all the time, but I mean it…Thank You!

Thank you for trusting your leadership journey to me. Thank you for trusting your pain points and higher purpose to the Rooftop Leadership Program.

I know how busy you are. I know how tough it can be to meet financial obligations. I don’t take this honor lightly and I know you are going to see a return on this investment.

But, know this…the return comes from the impact you make in this world, the tracks you leave. Everything else is secondary. That’s at the heart of Rooftop Leadership. Service. Playing a bigger game. Doing what you were put here on this earth to do.

I also want to congratulate you on a decision that so many people fail to ever make. The decision to fulfill on your birthright to build something bigger than you. You’ve come to the right place to do that, and you’ve joined the right tribe.

Let’s get started! I’ll see you on the Rooftop…and that’ll be real soon.

De Oppresso Liber,

 

 

Scott Mann

P.S. Jamie Dunn is your concierge for entry into the Rooftop Leadership Mastery tribe. She’ll be reaching out to you in the next two business days to make sure you have what you need to get started and to keep moving.

LTC (Ret.) Scott Mann
Green Beret
Warrior Storyteller & Strategic Connection Coach

Our Rooftop Leadership Concierge will be contacting you shortly. In the meantime, here are some resources we think you will enjoy:

Rooftop Rally Point – SLLS: Being Present in the Chaos

https://youtu.be/D4-pCcQO_Gg The title of this episode is SLLS: Being Present in the Chaos. The acronym stands for: Stop, Look, Listen and Smell, because all around us, chaos is going on. When you walk into a restaurant, just notice how people are, they're lost in...

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Decisive Point

https://youtu.be/82p47ZdmKAM We are going to talk about how to use a “Decisive Point” to arrive at a solution for a complex problem. Now, in the last Vlog you heard me talk about “Unity of Effort”. It's taking all of the different participants in your organization,...

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Battlefield to Boardroom: Unity of Effort

https://youtu.be/bxLoCuwvtcE One of the lessons that I talk about a lot in corporate America and in organizations from nonprofits to small businesses is this notion of what we call “Unity of effort”, in the military world. “Unity of Effort”, this timeless principle of...

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