Tag: food for thought

Food for Thought – Recovering My Momentum

Transitioning between missions and adapting to change is something that just starts to come naturally in the military. There are changes to plans, changes to tactics, changes to operating procedures, changes to equipment, changes to leadership, changes to teams... changes to the change. 

Food for Thought: Teach, Coach, Mentor

When it comes to helping others develop skills I like to look at developing through a three tie process.  First you teach a skill, then you coach the student in its use, and finally your mentor the student in furthering their growth.

Food for Thought – Failure

Failing is something that gets a lot of attention these days.  Simple adages like "fail fast" and "failure is the first step"  float around in business school lectures and on meme's all over the internet.  In my opinion this obsession with failure tends to gloss over a key point.  Failure is a transition, it is

Food for Thought: Feedback

Even when you are operating at the peak of your potential there will still be adjustments that have to be made so you can maximize your results.  You may also be underachieving and in need of some guidance or direction to push you to a higher level of performance.

Food for Thought: Smarter, Faster, Stronger (SMASTER)

Recently we switched up our evening dinner conversation to help the kids get a little more intentional about their days... we start with"what did you do to get smarter, faster and stronger today?"  Our youngest smooshed the question together into a the new family colloquialism SMASTER.

Food for Thought: Thrashing

One of the most awe inspiring things on the planet is a Great White Shark pursuing and attacking its prey.   Their massive power and relentlessly thrashing once they have latched onto a meal is legendary.  The ferocity of these creatures is so memorizing it led to the creation of Discovery Channels show: Shark Week.

Food For Thought: The Results You Want

The results you want come from the dedication you need.  No gimmick, no games... dedication equals results.  So how do you dedicate yourself to something?  Another simple answer, dedication is shown through consistent action.  From here it is just a matter of finding the actions you need to consistently accomplish in order to be dedicated.