Military Family Leadership Series
WE ARE STRONGER LEARNING FROM EACH OTHER
We created this series because we are in a unique time in history, and people are looking for answers. As individuals who are military-connected, we have unique lessons we can teach other, who better knows the meaning of “Got Your Six” then our military. For those who don’t know pilots in WWI were the first to say “I got your six” meaning I have your back, you are safe, because I am here.
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This is the 13th Recession since WWII, so we have come through this multiple times and have come through each one better than before. Knowing our identify, value as a person, and what we are moving with purpose to achieve Even Leaders - maybe especially leaders - need...
What do you do better than 10,000 other people? We have a unique lens to which we view the world. What are the natural patterns of thought, feelings and behavior? How to keep the activity going: We want to create economic energy, where none previously existed. What...
Inaction is the riskiest response to the uncertainties of an economic or financial crisis. No decision is a decision. You need to figure out the best way to survive and maximize both performance and cash flow during the economic or financial downturn. Then take the...
A three-step management process to help you reshape your finances. Every decision you make, regardless of how small, is a financial decision.
Think about the hat analogy Going to a 5-star restaurant with a ball cap on or think about going to a baseball game with a Top Hat you would wear to an extremely formal wedding. You have to have the right hat on for the right circumstance
3 Key things you can to build a network without money Team and Advisors Clients and Customers Your Tribe and You Make one small commitment to buy from our military-connected businesses! www.rosieslist.org
Mike breaks it down what he considers three areas of Capital Economic Capital Political Capital Social Capital
Key is communication - there is a great deal with anxiety and a lot of questions people have Ensure they foster positive relationships with clients Value of communication is checking in with people Always about developing relationships, finding that connection
It’s time for a reality check! Learn to Evaluate the Current Status of your Business and Determine the Path Forward
In the midst of even the crisis is a pandemic and how much more resilient are we as a corporation and in a position to repurpose ourselves.