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The Most Important Leadership Trait in Business

The Most Important Leadership Trait in Business

When you commit to excellence, lead by example, and set the standard, others will do the same. Leadership takes work and sacrifice.

Push it up! A Winner’s Mindset

Push it up! A Winner’s Mindset

Winners possess a positive attitude and are disciplined, passionate, and committed. But at the end of the day, they take action to make things happen.

Creating a Culture of Performance

Creating a Culture of Performance

To create a culture of excellence where people are motivated to do their best, an organization must be focused on performance as its ultimate criteria for success. Nothing else really matters. Organizations that have great morale and teamwork aren’t going to be around for long if they don’t deliver the mission!

Mission Briefing:  Focus, Mindset, & Finding Meaning in Your Mission

Mission Briefing: Focus, Mindset, & Finding Meaning in Your Mission

These short Mission Briefing videos share powerful tactics and success philosophies designed to overcome obstacles, break barriers, and maximize your performance in business and life. This inaugural message is about discovering the meaning to your mission as you strap in and fly on the flight path of success! It's about focus, commitment, and waking up...

What 9/11 Can Teach us about  Focus and Success

What 9/11 Can Teach us about Focus and Success

Each day, we have a choice to focus on our fears and doubts or on our passions and joys. And that choice has to be intentional. It takes discipline not to get distracted by the news, the naysayers, or the doubts in our head. But success requires us to be in control of our aircraft and keep our heading towards what makes us happy!

THE POWER OF COMPETITION

THE POWER OF COMPETITION

I love to compete. It’s in my DNA. Quite frankly, it’s one of the ways I motivate myself every day to improve. As a matter of fact, I hate losing more than I like winning! Can you relate? When you walk into a fighter squadron, the first thing you see are plaques on the wall...