Category Archives: Notes from the Frontline

War stories, lessons learned & best practices in TEAM/LIFE.

Reroute-Retool-Reframe

Irritated is a choice by Seth Godin It’s a choice because you’re on this path by . . . choice. And it’s a choice because the act of being irritated involves the story we tell ourselves. People are rarely irritated … Continue reading

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Start with W H Y

“People don’t really buy WHAT you do – they buy WHY you do it!”

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Me & My BIG Mouth

This is a great sermon series! Listening to @AndyStanley on James 1:19"My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be QUICK to listen, SLOW to speak & SLOW to become angry, " The longer you listen, the … Continue reading

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The Secret Sauce . . .

Turn what is harsh and hard into your ally. ~Rorke Denver (Navy SEAL) Translated for myself: Intentionally Pursue BIGGER Problems.

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Knowledge & Data

Knowing your business (logistics as well as stats) anticipating competitive maneuvers  & being able to move quickly to the new reality of the marketplace (whatever that entails in your industry) are key essentials in the day-to-day arena of combat that … Continue reading

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In Your Toolbox

  Your Gut vs. the “Data” The map is not the territory. It’s a representation of the territory. As such, the terrains of the 2 (map & actuality) are often different. The pitch may sound great – but does it … Continue reading

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The Solo Marathon

This is a wonderful analogy by Seth – the day-to-day, unglamorous, often monotonous tasks we needs must undertake usually doesn’t garner a headline a crowd or a spotlight. Yet, we perform them, under cover of relative darkness. _______________________________________________________________________________________ by Seth … Continue reading

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