Episode 31 Rorke Denver and What a Navy SEAL Can Teach us About Family Culture

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A strong intentionally created culture is a game changer in organizations, ministry, and home. It can determine whether you fail or succeed, achieve your goals or miss the mark. In the military it’s the difference between life and death. If you are not convinced that culture matters, this episode with persuade you otherwise.

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • What makes the Navy SEAL culture so unique.

  • Why culture matters on a sports teams, in the workplace, and at home.

  • The elements that create and reinforce the SEALS culture.

  • Why it’s important to do hard things.

  • How focus defines a leader.

Key Points:

  • When not quitting is in the DNA of a team you have a pretty great chance of getting to the finish line and getting things done.

  • Talent is nice to have but it doesn’t win the day. It’s hard work, sweat, and belief.

  • Attention to details matters in the small things because they will matter in the big things.  

  • Sub par practice does not lead to exceptional performance.

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