Monthly Archives: May 2018

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EMS Pro Convention Resources

Welcome!

This blog post is for attendees of the 2018 EMS Pro Convention in Connecticut.

*If you didn’t attend, but come across this page otherwise, you are still more than welcome to the resources.

The Future of EMS FREE Book Offer…

If you’re interested in a Kindle or paperback copy of my book The Future of EMS, click HERE. The FREE offer for a Kindle version is only good the week of the symposium, so if you’re clicking any other time, it is still available, just not for free.

If you want a FREE PDF copy of it, just sign up for the e-mail list HERE or in the box on the right side of the page. I’ll send it right over.

For any of the resources I mentioned during my seminars, just check below…

 

550 Teambuilding

Team of Teams by Gen Stanley McChrystal

Who’s on Your Fire Team? by Dr. David Powers

The Mission, the Men, and Me: Lessons from a Former Delta Force Commander by Pete Blaber

Marine Rifle Squad by United States Marine Corps

Boy Scout Merit Badge Class- Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention Merit Badge Workbook by the Boy Scouts of America

Crime Prevention by Stephen Lab

 

Boy Scout Merit Badge Class- Fire Safety

Fire Safety Merit Badge Workbook by the Boy Scouts of America

Principles of Fire Prevention by David Diamantes

 

Boy Scout Merit Badge Class- Medicine

Medicine Merit Badge Workbook by the Boy Scouts of America

The Greatest Benefit to Mankind by Roy Porter


This message was written by a team of geeks, nerds, gamers, and Dr. David Powers. You can always find us at www.callsignredbeard.com. Thanks for reading!

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10 Things I Want You to Have in Life

There are 10 things I want you to have in life. It doesn’t matter if it’s from your spouse, your boss, or the person who checks you out at Wal Mart, you should have these things, and your experiences should all lead toward these things.

This list is actually derived from one I did for my coaching practice to help guide my clients. You may not be one of my clients (yet!), but the items are still valid for so many areas of life.

Print this out. Tape it to your mirror. Stick it to the fridge.

Start expecting these things to happen for you as you work toward them. Expect the best out of people and believe that your interactions will help you get closer to this list. Not only that…you should also be the person that makes this happen for others.

Here it is…

10 Things I Want for My Coaching Clients

1. To find pleasure and joy from their personal and business lives.
2. To live a life without regret.
3. To be an active member in their own lives instead of feeling like life is just passing them by.
4. To develop a clear picture of their past and present and create a hopeful one of their future.
5. To be profitable and debt free without working all the time.
6. To experience proper relationships by building new ones and possibly ending some older ones.
7. To help them exceed their dreams.
8. To show them how fun and rewarding work can be.
9. To build a legacy for the future.
10. To be an encouragement to others by being an example of the awesomeness that life has to offer.

If you want a nice printable version of this, just join my subscriber list, and I’ll send one right over. As a special gift to my subscribers, I’ll even personalize the title for you. Depending on your stage in life, you could do something like…

10 Things I Want for My Kids
10 Things I Want for My Investing Clients
10 Things I Expect from Others

Thanks,

Dr. Redbeard


This message was written by a team of geeks, nerds, gamers, and Dr. David Powers. You can always find us at www.callsignredbeard.com. Thanks for reading!

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