I dare you.
I dare you to make 2015 the year that you Dare to Be Great.
Daring to Be Great requires you embrace the pursuit of excellence.
Embracing the pursuit of personal excellence means making a commitment to always be better tomorrow than you are today.
Fulfilling the commitment to always be better tomorrow than you are today means you have to do at least one small thing every day to make yourself better.
That one small thing can be pushing yourself a little harder in your workout, reading one chapter of a non fiction book, listening to a podcast or audio recording that will challenge you to think differently, finding one new activity to add to a course that will engage the learners and enhance their learning, begin the process of revising one PowerPoint Presentation each week based on the philosophies of Garr Reynolds and Presentation Zen, write the first draft on an article or read one article or blog post on being a better presenter. The point is that you do not need to change the world, yourself or your training programs in one day, but you do need to do something every day to make yourself a little better.
Take time at the end of every day to reflect on your “I Did” list and celebrate the things you accomplished that day.
Daring to be Great is a process and a journey. Make 2015 the year you commit to the journey.
When you Dare to Be Great you may just inspire some of your fellow trainers and officers to accept the dare. It is always great to have others on the journey so you can all support each other.
Watch Brian’s TEDx Talk – The Most Dangerous Weapon in Law Enforcement
Join the movement to stop Profession Profiling – Enough Already
Inspiring law enforcement trainers to utilize Life’s Most Powerful Question – What’s Important Now? to think differently about training.
We have Excellence in Training Courses scheduled for 2015 in Scottsdale, AZ, Fort Worth, TX and Madison, WI. Go to www.brianw260.sg-host.com to register now while there is still room.
If you would like to book me to speak at your event or to your agency on Excellence in Training, The Heroes Path to Excellence in Law Enforcement, The Pursuit of Personal Excellence or W.I.N.: Lessons From Life’s Most Powerful Question contact me at email@example.com.