16 years after 9/11, Rex Strickland of the Chantilly, VA Fire Department admires “the same level of selfless service" we all shared then as he does today in Texas, Florida and beyond. “I see everything good about America.” We do too.
“This job can be life or death,” says veteran Firefighter John McMahon of Fort Myers, FL. “The people you work with are family, all working together to protect families and community. It’s an honor.”
No matter what challenges life throws at you, keeping a positive attitude is the key.
“When things are going bad, there’s going to be some good that’s gonna come from it”
–John "Jocko” Willink
"There's going to be some good" says Navy Seal Jocko Willink in his inspirational presentation here. Take a look!
We all know how important having a positive attitude is for success in all we do.
When we look around, we can't help but notice that those that are happiest and most accomplished are typically the most positive people.
Keeping a positive attitude isn't always easy. The human brain is actually wired for defense and to look out for the things that might threaten us.
That's one reason why its important for me to remind myself how important it is to try to re-calibrate my attitude...and move my needle to the positive side.
We have inspirations right in our midst. They motivate me every day when I'm in Our Culture...Our Teammates!
To all Our Teammates that have Passion and are Positive...especially those that earned The "Attitude Is Everything Award 2017"...Thank You!
Although we couldn't fit in all the videos due to image or sound quality, here are some of the secrets of our very own to inspire each of us!
Attached here is "The Positive Pledge." I encourage all of us to take "The Positive Pledge" and develop this area of ourselves through the month of January.