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The Importance of Being Tested

Lesson of the Day: The more you push yourself, the more you learn about yourself.  Key Points: 1.) What a hot streak has taught me. 2.) Recruit forcible entry training. 3.) Progress not perfection

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Everyday Lessons

Lesson of the Day: There are lessons in everything we encounter. It’s up to us to find them and learn from them. Key Points: It’s not always what you think. The importance of training for morale. Flipping problem finders.

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2nd Due In Our 4th Due

Lesson of the Day: Those who adapt will win. Key Points: 1.) How maturity plays a part in adapting. 2.) The importance of sets and reps. 3.) Focus on the end goal.  

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Pick Up The Ball

Lesson of the Day: A high functioning team walks together.  There are no super silos.  Key Points:  1.) Do More 2.) Getting Behind and Why It’s Okay 3.) Team Power

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You’re Part of My Long Game Plan

Lesson of the Day: Stay Interested. Key Points: 1.) 6 New Recruits 2.) Probies a Rookie 3.) Not Following Through

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Challenges and Skills

Lesson of the Day: Challenges become fun when we increase our skills enough. Key Points: 1.) Learning About Flow 2.) Examples

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False Safety Nets

Lesson of the Day: We want black and white solutions to life in a grey world. Take a proactive approach to your life to win.  Key Points: 1.) Assigning a RIT Team prevents LODD 2.) Covering your face with your shirt prevents CoVID19

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Ignorance Is Bliss

Lesson of the Day: History repeats itself if we choose not to learn from it. Key Points: 1.) Can’t fix an issue you don’t know about 2.) Experiences shape our perspective 3.) The TV series “The Hunters”

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OFC 2020 Recap

Lesson of the Day: We tend to do things the easiest way possible. To get more effort, create an environment where more effort is needed.  Key Points: 1.) 5 – 10 – 20 Presentation 2.) Podcast Feedback 3.) Big Takeaway

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The Right Experience Matters

Lesson of the Day: The more experience we gain, the harder it is to change our viewpoint. Key Points: 1.) Forklift Fun 2.) “You call what we have a training facility?” 3.) Treat People Like People

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