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Culture: culture is king, it’s the umbilical cord that binds everything you do (and plan to do) together (or not – as the case maybe). Culture is a product of what the team
1. Explore New Frontiers - Challenge yourself to Learn, Grow and Develop in areas you have not previously explored.
Whether as a coach or athlete when involved in competitive sport the element of surprise can often be a key factor in gaining a competitive advantage. Surprise looks to strike your opponent at a time or place, or manner for which they are unprepared.
1. Dwelling On The Past
Mentally strong individuals focus on the present moment and on the near future. They understand that the past is out of our control and the far future is about as predictable as the weather this winter.
Six Leadership Lessons from Westpoint by Don Yaeger
1. You can’t lead people you don’t know.
As a leader, it is important to know your colleagues on a level beyond the workplace. In the case of a West Point cadet, they told me, this simple notion could actually save lives by having a deeper sense of each other’s health, safety, fears and motivations. No matter your occupation, this lesson is essential in building camaraderie and trust within a team.