The “Colonel’s” VFV Motivational/Inspirational Quotes & Message of the Day!
Good “Sunday!” Morning “Band of Brothers & Sisters,” and all great connections. Welcome from the “Colonel’s Foxhole” on the road in Tucson, AZ — 27 February 2022!
Today’s Message is: “Proficient Day!” Why Not?
“What makes a leader proficient? The leader has a clear vision and helps the team reach their goals and objectives. They aren’t afraid to surround themselves with people that are better them. The proficient leader is courageous, they have humility, they exercise honesty, and have a laser focus to complete the mission. They have clear and critical thinking. Look at what other leaders have done to become proficient!” — COL (Ret) Mikel Burroughs
Come join Volunteer & Veteran SGT Steve McFarland TONIGHT for "Healing Through Faith"addition of Warriors for Life (WFL) Online Peer Group Support.
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TONIGHT's Topic: "Empire Builder or Bridge Builder? Which are You (Cont'd)?"
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The Quote in the Picture Today Reads:
“Leaving a mark of your proficiency is worthy.” — Kaur Harneet
More Awesome Quotes for Today’s Message:
“To become proficient in any field you must practice. There is simply no achievement without practice and more practice, the greater it is done intelligently, the greater will the proficiency be and sooner will it be attained.” — Emmet Fox
“People create their own success by learning what they need to learn and then by practicing it until they become proficient at it.” — Brian Tracy
“Better to be proficient in one art than too smatter in a thousand.” — Japanese Proverb
“Skills of proficiency are about doing a task the same way, every single time.” — Daniel Coyle
“Secret of proficiency learn, listen, reveal practice absorb, apply, enhance efficiency.” —Tulika Prasad
“It takes ten thousand hours to truly master anything. Time spent leads to experience; experience leads to proficiency; and the more proficient you are the more valuable you’ll be.” — Malcom Gladwell
“When you serve your passions, proficiency gradually takes over and becomes habitual.” —Robert Glenn
“A mind of moderate capacity which closely pursues one study must in fallibly arrive at proficiency in that study.” — Mary Shelley
Be a Survivor and Reach Out and Join us for Warriors for Life (WFL) “Peer-to Peer” Online Peer Support Group where “Sharing is Caring!”: https://www.victoryforveterans.org/support
“Remember this always and the meaning runs deep for all those who’ve served this great nation: 'Honor & Respect Always — Warriors for Life!' " — COL (Ret) Mikel Burroughs
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