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Tim Paul
⚓️Naval Officer & Leadership Advisor🎙 Conversations w/leaders from the sports field, the battlefield & hyper-growth fields of business⭐️
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Prodromos Leadership Team Oct 15
What responsibility do you have to help your people love what they do? -
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James Stagnitta Oct 15
What makes a leader? They come in all different sizes and shapes. Leadership is not a one size fits all. Embrace your strengths and these traits and start…
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Tim Paul Oct 1
Why You're Building a Culture That Stiff-Arms Talent (And What You Can Do About It!)
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Tim Paul Sep 6
-- The Leadership firm used by the NFL, NBA, and College Athletics. More coaching and leadership insights to run your team @
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JC Glick, LTC (Ret.) Jun 28
So proud to have delivered leadership lessons with my teammate for the Rookie Symposium. An amazing event supporting great young athletes and men. They are creating a new definition of the 21st Century Professional Athlete.
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JC Glick, LTC (Ret.) Jun 19
“It is in that moment, when you chose to adapt instead of quit, where resilience is born” - from my upcoming book with Dr. Alice Atalanta, Ph.D. Meditations of an Army Ranger, due out this summer.
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David Pietramala May 28
For all the men and women that served our country so bravely and gave their lives...We thank you and your families!!
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JC Glick, LTC (Ret.) May 22
DESTROYING MORE BUMPER STICKER LEADERSHIP! We hear - "find what brings you passion and do it", "I want my people to be passionate about our business/sport/outcomes". Is this right, or just another easy leadership thing to say. Full video at:
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JC Glick, LTC (Ret.) May 15
END BUMPER STICKER LEADERSHIP! TODAY: Lead by Example - there is no such thing. Simply put, leading by example is taking care of yourself. To lead others there must be a declaration (follow me, do what I do, etc.). Without this declaration, you are just doing what you do.
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Tim Paul May 1
Achievement comes at a price few are willing to pay. - It’s the journey we…
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JC Glick, LTC (Ret.) Apr 30
How do you look at discipline? How do you use it as a leader? Take a look at how two military minds view discipline. A Ranger and Navy Officer look at discipline.
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Tim Paul Apr 25
Replying to @wsbuitrago
Love it. Absolutely essential for complete respect for transparency
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Tim Paul Apr 25
Replying to @wsbuitrago
Call you out or support you? Two very different approaches
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Tim Paul Apr 24
We Develop High-Performance Cultures, People, and Leaders
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Tim Paul Apr 24
Tactic for : Constantly remind your people that advancement often comes with little to no warning. "Next man up" means "Always be Ready"
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Tim Paul Apr 24
Deeper Relationships Mean Everything for Coaches, Executives, and Teachers. Are you asking the right questions?
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Tim Paul Apr 24
Question for Coaches: When your players are having an off day, your job is to pick them up. But what about when YOU'RE the one having the off day?
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Tim Paul Apr 24
The Difference Between Good and Great is so Small in this World that it is Often the Leader's Impact that is the Difference
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Tim Paul Apr 24
Amazing how many Leaders get this wrong -- Do you know how to deploy Discipline?
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SEALFIT Apr 23
Army Ranger and Navy SEAL: and discuss leadership lessons from their time serving and how it translates to business, sports and other aspects of our lives on this week's .
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