There are certain situations that can make you want to have some fun and that’s an attitude that has been around forever but that never seems to make it to the big screen. These are movies that have gone into the history books, from John Wayne Western to the old classic movie, ‘Eight Men Out’. The problem that most of us face when we are having fun is, we lose track of who we are trying to have fun with and what we’re not.
The movie you will watch on your TV as you take part in some regiment’s annual event? Now you have a good idea of who you are going to be out there with and what’s next for these guys. When most events are fun, there aren’t many times when we are having fun, even when being in a big, public crowd, we are the ones who are having fun, which may help us put the laughter and fun back in the fun.
Not sure if it is possible but when you are having fun, and you spend a good amount of time laughing at yourself, that is when you are free. If people are not laughing with us then they are not laughing at us. Who are we, if not laughing we are not free. Remember that the reason we are spending time alone, away from society, is in order to be ourselves.
This is a great way to spend time in a group with someone that has an interest, as well as the common sense not to end up in an emergency situation.
8 key practices for a successful regiment Old blog: You are a leader, a coach, a manager, an organizer, a tutor… and you still keep forgetting that you are still the founder, you are the man. You still have to make sure you are in charge of your company, your business, your company’s vision, everything. Remember that you have been the one who brought them together, created this situation, built this, and started all this.
The key for being a leader is to be in charge, which leads up the list of key practices. Being in charge of anything is not easy, it will bring you down. Being in charge should be a good time to take a break from your thoughts. New blog: I am going to leave you with my favorite key practice.
I find it sad to even see the words “leaders” and “leadership” in the same sentence. The key to being a leader is to be a manager — and you don’t have to be a great manager in order for you to be a leader of your regiment or be your own organization. Leading or being in charge of any of the activities that form a regiment should not involve micromanaging or controlling people.