The Marine nominated to be the Corps’ next commandant told Congress the service’s special operators are “vital,” and showed no hesitation to proceed with budgetary plans to continue to grow the small force.
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Building a business is not easy! It seems like the whole world is coming against you to fail. Well, most of the time it is. You are fighting a system put in place and you are going to have to out think it, out move it, and out work it to be successful. That more than likely means probably failing a couple of times before you get it right. But the more you fail the easier it is to become successful. Over the past year we built Johnny Slicks into a Six Figure business and we wanted to share a few tips on how we did it.
It’s Wednesday…. So here we go with the hump day meme posting all over your instagram, facebook, pinterest, twitter, or whatever your internet drug of choice is.
As I was crushing myself this morning on the stairmaster in my living room, I was thinking about macro goals. Then I was analyzing my micro objectives that will help me achieve tho
So here I am with the ability and audacity to Monday morning Quarterback the shit out of my accomplishments from the past. This by no means is a must do-or-fail list, this is merely a generalized compilation of things I have reflected upon post A&S of which I personally deem fitting for review and attention to those with the aspirations of becoming a Marine Raider. Now although there are many factors and components that comprise a fitting candidate for selection I for one deem the following to be of the utmost skillsets to refine.
Stack the odds in your favor every morning with these tricks.
As an entrepreneur, there are many great demands on you. The market is always evolving, the competition is always growing, there's price erosion and, of course, you have to keep your team on track with your vision.
I found myself gaining weight and becoming increasingly unhealthy. I was tired all the time and had not taken any personal time in months. Once I realized that I had went into a bunker with my head down just grinding away I started to look at ways that I could better myself and accomplish my goals while not compromising my work. I started to look at successful people from all different job fields. Actors, Business professionals, Athletes, and ask why one is more successful than the other. What I noticed was balance, routine, and a schedule.
So in honor of the opening of Super Bowl 50, and the great lessons all men can learn from this great game, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most inspiring football locker room speeches from both film and real life. The speeches we chose are not only inspiring for men about to hit the field, they’re motivating for those men who wish to walk out the door each day to school or work, ready to take on the world. Success in football requires heart, pride, and teamwork. Success in life requires the same.
Strength, ability, training, leadership, or simply personality? While all of these are a key factors there is always one area that can make a team miserable to show up to every day: The Team Leader. We use to have a saying that a “Team Leader is responsible for everything the team does or fails to do” This sucks! Total zero defect mentality!
During my years in Special Operations and special units, working in small teams, I have seen a pattern that seems to repeat itself. There were always bad teams and good teams, and of course everyone wanted to be on a good team. But what are the key differences between the two? Is it the ability of the individuals and their skills that make the difference?