In this video, Rich gives three tips to keep you on track for your goal setting.
1. First, use this filter: "Does this decision get me closer or further from goals?"
2. Pretend the world is watching.
3. You have to believe that you are capable of achieving the goal you set.
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Are you sick of hoping that one day it'll go back to "normal?"
I challenge you at the beginning of this new year, 2022, to be the change you want to see in the world. It's up to us.
And the change is very simple. Just say, "No."
No to mandatory jabs, no to upholding draconian mandates.
Just don't do it. The power in saying "No" is profound. They wield whatever power you give to them. Stop doing it.
As I mention in the video, one of the team members on FSW that helps out on the backend stuff is stuck in Saudi Arabia for not getting the jab. His company terminated him when he wouldn't bow down to the vaccine mandates and are withholding his exit visa until he pays them the roughly 75,000 USD they claim he owes. For more on the story and to help out his family please check out their GiveSendGo. Anything would help.
In this video, Rich discusses how trust speeds up team success, how micromanagement breeds discontent, how the opportunity to fail leads to trust, and how those trusted have to do what they say.
For more information on how trust speeds up team success, he highly recommends the book, Speed of Success by Steven Covey. To support Rich in the work that he does, consider using this Amazon Affiliate link to get your copy of this book: Speed of Trust
Watch as Rich Graham of Full Spectrum Warrior discusses complacency and mass shootings.
If you have the opportunity to carry and you don't, you're wrong.
What happens if the day chose to be complacent and not carry is the day you needed it most?
Carrying comes with responsibility though. You are of no use to anyone if you don't have the training and physical capability of using that weapon. It requires discipline and dedication.
So find a competent trainer in your area and go train with them. Hone the fundamentals. Invest in yourself. Be an asset to those around you.