PRLog - Jan. 31, 2013 - TORONTO, Ontario -- Lisa had two articles published in The Washington Post last week, reaching over 50,000 shares throughout social media. Her message focuses on arts and leadership as the most necessary skills for today’s young people to develop in order to compete in a global job market and achieve success in their future careers
Her most recent article Why We Love Artists but not Arts Education can be found at:
And the first article The Top 10 Skills Children Learn from the Arts at:
With such a fantastic response to her work, Lisa is providing the public with a free report entitled, 10 Skills Children Learn From the Arts That Help Them Succeed in Life. One can simply download the resource off of her website The Artistic Edge. Through this report, readers will gain insight into the kinds of unrealized leadership skills children acquire from participating in the arts.
This free resource goes hand in hand with Lisa’s recently published book The Artistic Edge: 7 Skills Children Need to Succeed in an Increasingly Right Brain World, which focuses on how creativity and leadership are vital skills for young people to develop, and features a Foreword written by Raymond Aaron, the New York Times bestselling author of Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul. Lisa has learned from millionaire CEO’s and entrepreneurs such as Eric Trump, JT Foxx, Michael Eisner (former CEO of Disney) and Steve Wozniak (Co-founder of Apple), in order to become an expert on what employers see as today’s secret to career success.
To download your free report, or for more information on Lisa’s book, visit
You can also find it on Amazon.com.