Good “Tuesday” Morning “Burroughs’ Posse,” and all great connections. Welcome from the “Eagle’s Nest” in Castle Rock, CO! — 17 November 2020!
Today is: “Leadership Attributes Day!” Why Not?
“Value added attributes that every leader should possess are being great role models, positive inspirers, proactive enablers, and awesome achievers that take little or no credit, but give credit willingly!” — COL (Ret) Mikel Burroughs
Come join Veteran SGT Steve McFarland TONIGHT for "Healing Through Faith" addition of Warriors for Life (WFL) Virtual Group Support Community Services.
Steve had Internet issues last Tuesday, so he's back TONIGHT with his topic from last week.
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The Quote in the Picture Today Reads: “A leader must be attentive to details, but not obsessed with them. They must be strong but have endurance. A leader must be humble, but not passive. They must be close to subordinates, but not too close. A leader must exercise ‘extreme ownership’ but employ ‘decentralized command’. They must have nothing to prove, but everything to prove.” — Jocko Willink
More Quotes to think about:
“One’s life has value so long as one attributes value to the life of others, by means of love, friendship, indignation and compassion.” — Simone de Beauvoir
“My vision is my best attribute. I can see everything.”— Marshall Faulk
“Good character is the single most important attribute of a successful worthy life.”—Michael Josephson
“As a leader, these attributes – confidence, perseverance, work ethic and good sense — are all things I look for in people. I also try to lead by example and create an environment where good questions and good ideas can come from anyone.”— Heather Bresch
“I believe that a smile is the attribute of a positive attitude, both for yourself and the perception of others.”— Jeffrey Gitomer
“The essential attributes of a great leader are a positive attitude, humility, and gratitude.”— Debasish Mridha