A soft-spoken yet highly proficient student, he was recognizable as a leader and person of action
to schoolmates and peers.
Townsend said: "She was enthusiastic, passionate, helpful, encouraging, a person of action
and known and loved by a very wide circle of people.
In short, Angela Merkel is a person of action
, who talks very much less compared to other world leaders, who are always embroiled in some conflicts or controversies.
Pope John Paul II proves one can be a person of action
as well as a person of faith in this series of conversations with his philosopher friends about the political events of the twentieth century, some of the most compelling of which he observed first-hand.
Obama's past record shows that he is more than a talker; he's person of action
, one with genuine affection and concern for the working class and for the disenfranchised.
His firm speaking style that used to make us think of him as a person of action
, clearly stating his opinion on all topics, has faded away.
You are a person of action
, often working by trial-and-error.
The person filling this position will be a dynamic, creative, systems thinker and person of action