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Spoiler alert: The self-proclaimed “official craft store of Heaven” doesn’t actually care if their employees see their families.

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3 Proven Ways to Succeed

“If he can be a flying crew chief, I know I can because half of the stuff on his last EPR were done with or by me.” This is very similar to a statement that SrA Lawrence said 17 years ago as I was interviewing for a job I really wanted. 427 more words

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Daily Deliberation: 15 September 2017

All of you are already on the right path of being a better leader by reading our posts. It is vital to continually grow your knowledge base and consider the research and opinions of experts. 106 more words

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Daily Deliberation: 14 September 2017

Ironically, I have connected with my team on a deeper level once I learned to admit I was wrong. Although I have grown in many areas and have many talents, I still make more missteps than I care to admit. 60 more words

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What the Feedback: Escape the Feedback Famine

In my 19 years in the Air Force, I am one of many who have never really received a “formal” feedback.  Usually, all I got was “its feedback time… sign, date and return to me.”  Like magic, I had that phantom feedback date on EPR.  210 more words

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How to Fail Forward in the Air Force

“Failure should be our teacher, not our undertaker. Failure is delay, not defeat.” These are the words from the former Naval Aviator and best selling author, Denis Waitley. 1,029 more words

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How To Please Your Boss

How To Please Your Boss

If you have a new job, or if you have just got your first management job, getting on and pleasing the person who appointed you and who holds your fate in their hands is important. 523 more words