This is especially important for anyone who wished to become a regional coordinator for the ShieldWall Network and develop your own franchise.
I am a strong proponent of the United States Marine Corps Leadership Principles and Traits. I have multiple copies of this list and read it daily.
Although I strive to apply these to my daily leadership responsibilities, I have adapted these principles to my duties as a firearms instructor. I would like to share these, as well as some other principles and traits I have learned.
1. KNOW YOURSELF AND SEEK IMPROVEMENT
Before you step into the classroom or range, you must know yourself and seek improvement. What are your strengths and weaknesses? What are you doing to fix your weaknesses and build upon your strengths?
One great way to hold yourself accountable is to always provide and promptly review course critiques and evaluations. Of course, you can’t make…
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