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Warriors working in law enforcement, corrections and military face a unique and exciting blend of opportunities and challenges. To meet these challenges and perform at the highest levels throughout their careers warriors must be committed to pursuing personal excellence. A key element in this pursuit is total preparation of the mind, body and spirit with a commitment to be better tomorrow than today. This requires that warriors do something positive every day in the way of personal growth and development.
“The mind of a true warrior is what sets him apart from others in the midst of battle.” – Author Unknown
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“The best way to inspire people to superior performance is to convince them by everything you do and by your everyday attitude that you are wholeheartedly supporting them.” Harold Geneen How convincing are you? Do the officers who attend your training (recruits and in-service) believe that you wholeheartedly support them?...
One of the topics that always comes in discussions with up law enforcement trainers regarding in-service training is the frustration that every year when officers come for training you have to start at ‘Square 1′. Trainers are frustrated by the reality many officers spend little or no time throughout the year...