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Next Mission

Lesson of the Day:

Purposeful work is what we crave and will lead us to happiness.

Key Points:

1.) TV Show: Shooter

2.) Wild At Heart Book

3.) What’s Your Mission?

Fishing for Complaints

Lesson of the Day:

Our perspective is EVERYTHING. It determines how we react emotionally to what happens to us. Be cautious to those you surround yourself with and what information you consume. 

 

Key Points:

1.) Lesson from VES Drill

2.) Slow House Woes

3.) An Influential Culture

Reading Smoke

Lesson of the Day:

Action Shows Commitment

Key Points:

1.) Reading Smoke Training

2.) 1st Due Drill Lesson

 

What I Learned About Myself

Lesson of the Day:

I will not expect others to be like me. I will focus on helping them a better version of themselves.

Key Points:

1.) I Train For Me

2.) Say What Needs To Be Said

3.) Let Me Be Me

 

Work For What You Want

Lesson of the Day:

We are the result of the work we did and did not do.

Key Points:

1.) Captain Cooks

2.) Dollhouse Build

3.) Embrace It and Make The Best of The Situation

Accepting Differences By Focusing On Strengths

Lesson of the Day:

Stop wanting duplicates of yourself! High performing teams need diverse skills.

Key Points:

1.) 1st Due Drill 

2.) Chasing Experience

3.) The Make-Up Of A Good Team

 

Knowing Is Not Doing

Lesson of the Day:

“Avoid fights if you can, cause there is always a friend.” – BJJ Class

Key Points:

1.) Captain Cooks

2.) Crew Lead Training

3.) The Unexpected Twists

Where’s The Fire?

Lesson of the Day:

When issues arise, the leader must look at themselves first to see what caused the issue. 

Key Points:

1.) Daily Training: Drags

2.) OODA Loop

3.) Hidden Fire

Direct Attack

Lesson of the Day:

Understanding situational leadership. There are times where you can delegate and there will be times where direct supervision is needed. Do not be afraid to adjust your settings. 

Key Points:

1.) Always Learn From a PIA

2.) Working on Being Direct

3.) My Thought on Succession Training

Be Where Your Feet Are

Lesson of the Day:

We live in a world where we always want more. When is enough…enough? Ask yourself, “What do I want to spend my time doing?”

Key Points:

1.) Probie Test

2.) A Sneaky Ego

3.) Make Training Personal