• Warrior Alliance Survey

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    Happy New Year! We appreciate the opportunity to provide service to deserving military men and women in our community and look forward to supporting veterans in more ways in 2018.   To achieve this objective, we are working with The Warrior Alliance to conduct a Greater Atlanta veteran survey. The purpose of this survey is to better understand the impact our services are having in empowering veterans, active duty service members, and their families/caregivers. Our goal is to gather and evaluate information that will improve the quality of our services overall, and guide our organization towards becoming more effective. Your participation is critical in achieving this goal, and we appreciate your generosity in providing your insight and feedback. Some additional information you may like to know about the survey before you begin: Audience: All Veterans, Service Members, Military Family Members, Military Caregivers and Community Members. Focus Areas: This survey will primarily …

  • New Insights on Anger

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    Some time between 563 – 483 BC, a young Hindu prince named Siddhartha Gautama uttered the phrase, “you will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.”  We now know him by the name Buddha. Although these words are over 2,000 years old, they are apparently true today.

  • How Does It Work?

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    Do these statements sound like anything you’ve ever said to yourself? “I’m going to stop losing my temper.” “I’m going to quit procrastinating.” “I’m going to stop doing all the work and delegate.” At some stage in our life, we’ve all promised ourselves to make some

  • Start With A Vision

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    In my last post, we stopped our dialogue with a commitment to return to the subject of visualization; specifically as it relates to setting Objectives. Let me start this edition of the Warrior Nation: SITREP with a a quote from one of the greatest success gurus