THE SCENE: 92 and full of sunshine
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
15x Side Straddle Hops, 10x Imperial Walkers, 5x Cherry Pickers, A little bit of this, little bit of that, 10x Rockettes
CORNER ONE: Round 1: 25X CMU Curls, Round 2: 25X CMU Bench Press, Round 3: 20x of Both
CORNER TWO: Round 1: 20X Freddy Mercury’s (4-count), Round 2: 20X Rocky Balboas, Round 3: 10x of Both
CORNER THREE: Round 1: 25X CMU Good Mornings, Round 2: 25X CMU Rows, Round 3: 20x of Both
CORNER FOUR: Round 1: 20X Box Cutters, Round 2: 20X LBCs, Round 3: 10x of Both
With COVID rules, we can’t share CMUs. So…you get to take it with you.
Mosey to the winding hill. At light pole #1, 10x incline Big Boys, at light pole #2, 10x decline Merkins, alternate to the top, rinse and repeat
Mosey towards the AO. 10x bear crawl, 10x lunges, rise and repeat, empty the tank sprint to the bat box.
Freddy Mercury’s,H ello Dollies, American Hammers, Plank
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Obviously the world has a lot of things going on these days. A lot of bad things. A lot of the things people want to see changed. But, a lot of people want to just snap their fingers and have it all fixed. They want to go to bed one night in a world full of problems, then wake up the next morning with all those problems solved.
This got me thinking about leading during troubled times and one of my favorite books, “Leaders Eat Last”, by Simon Sinek. In his book he writes:
“Good leadership is like exercise. We do not see any improvement to our bodies with day-to-day comparisons. In fact, if we only compare the way our bodies look on a given day to how it looked on the previous day we would think our efforts had been wasted. It’s only when we compare pictures of ourselves over a period of weeks or months that we can see a stark difference. The impact of leadership is best judged over time.”
This resonates with me right now. Because right now the world needs SUSTAINED leadership. Not quick fix leadership. Not a few leaders focusing on the next news cycle. Not a few leaders saying, “Look what I did” Right now we need millions of leaders. Leaders who are more concerned with making an impact than they are with making headlines. Leaders who are focused on making a difference and improving the lives of our fellow human beings.
Sometimes we all want to see a more immediate impact from our efforts. But, sometimes that’s just not the timeline the world is on. More often than not we’re part of the timeline where we’re pushing a giant boulder up a mountain. It’s actually rare to be the one who pushes it over the top. With it being unlikely that we will get any recognition for our efforts it becomes imperative to remember why we are pushing that boulder up that mountain.
And, to remember that when results come slowly that we cannot give up. That our efforts have not been wasted. And, that our leadership is best judged over time. We have to remember why we are serving as leaders. We have to remember it’s all to make the world a better place for our fellow human beings.
“Leadership is not a license to do less. It’s a responsibility to do more. Leadership takes work. It takes time and energy. The effects are not always easily measured and they are not always immediate. But, leadership is always a commitment to human beings.” ~ Simon Sinek
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GROW School / Q101 at AsylumPM Thursday. CSAUP on Saturday. Title9’s last post before leaving to Oregon will be July 21st. We plan to set an AsylumPM attendance record for him.