“It’s easy to feel beaten when you’re faced with all those issues and those problems. That doesn’t mean give up. In fact, it means the opposite. It means it’s time for you to fight harder. To dig in. It means it’s time for you to go on the warpath. And that starts with one of the fundamental laws of combat leadership—prioritize and execute.”
How do you choose to face the rough times life throws at you? How have you found you can let them raise you up? If you’re struggling right now, how could you “prioritize and execute” so you can get upwards momentum?
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