PAX: A-A-Ron, Hambone, Hasbro, Mansiere, Milkman, Pound Dog, Recycle, Snow Patrol & Zima
20 degrees, no wind, but still freezes your “you know whats” off. The goal was to keep moving so no one could complain about still being cold at the end. Mission accomplished
Da Warm up at Football field – mosey there first
SSH x 11
Forward Fold x 11
Willie Mayes Hayes x 11
Third grade exercises x 11
Imperial walkers x 11
Mountain Climbers x 11
Toe merkins x 11
Windmills x 11
SSH x 30
Forward Arm Circles x 11
Reverse Arm Circles x 11
Overhead Seal Claps x 11
Regular Seal Claps x 11
Moroccan Night Clubs x 11
Proscuitto’s Gold Chains x 11
Chinooks x 11
SSH x 20
Warm Up lap
Bleachers – box jumps up on wall for 60 seconds. Slow mosey up bleachers and across then Bernie to first station
60 seconds – merkins -ALL AMRAP
60 seconds – monkey humpers
Lunge to next station
60 seconds – shoulder taps
60 seconds – LBCs
Jail break to station 3
60 seconds – Plank Jacks
60 seconds – Squats
Gorilla hops to end of straight away on track
60 seconds – Carolina Dry Docks
60 seconds – Flutter Kicks
Mosey back to start. –
Back to Bleachers up – step ups- walk back down, step ups and walk back down. 2x
60 seconds – incline merkins
60 seconds – dips
One more lap around track and then
Mosey back to parking lot.
Marys at the startex
Heel touches x10
Pretzels 1 leg x10
Pretzels 2nd leg x10
Pickle Pointers 3rd leg x10
Pickle Pounders x10
Hello Dollys x10
Examiners x 10
Brand U: Five Reasons Why Your Personal Leader Brand Matters
“YOUR PERSONAL BRAND IS WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT YOU WHEN YOU LEAVE THE ROOM.” – JEFF BEZOS
1. Image control and power. As you peel back the onion on your personal leader brand, the first thing that you’ll find is that you’ve likely allowed others to control your brand for you. it all comes down to a decision by you to take control of your leader brand.
2. Identity and differentiation. Personal branding begins with identity – who are you and what do you bring to the organization? A big part of taking control of your leader brand is defining it yourself. You define it, you describe it, you deliver it. You decide what constitutes your personal brand, not someone else.
3. Self-awareness and reflection. A personal brand possesses a certain yin-yang quality: brand identity (how you see yourself) and brand image (how others see you).
4. Vision and goal-setting. Ultimately, controlling your leader brand helps you to align your vision with your personal and professional goals.
5. Visibility and presence. Finally, taking control of your personal leader brand has the potential to fundamentally change how others perceive you. Set your goals appropriately, develop an action plan to build your brand, and the outcome should increase your visibility and presence significantly. This can be either positive or negative, depending on how realistic you are with your personal leader brand, how honest you are with your own self-assessment.
F3 is about building leaders and everyone of us have a brand here. It’s natural even in this setting. I challenge you to think about what brand you are portraying.
WHETHER OR NOT YOU REALIZE IT, YOU ALREADY HAVE A LEADER BRAND.
Acknowledging your leader brand is an important first step to taking control of your own brand. Own it. Good or bad, it’s your brand. You can either control it or cede control to others. It’s a choice!
Joshua in the Bible is one of my favorite leaders. He said, in Joshua 24:15
“And if it is evil in your eyes to serve the Lord, choose this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your fathers served in the region beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.””
Joshua 24:15 ESV
I personally want to become the type of leader that leads well by example and inspires others to grow and develop as a leader.
Grow Ruck -Myrtle Beach – April
Blue on Q at Convoy 2/27