Two-Time USA Memory Champion; memory training expert and memory keynote Ron White shares lessons from TC Cummings' Mind of a Navy SEAL program: â€œDiscipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.â€ - Jim Rohn (American speaker and author) My friend and mentor, former Navy SEAL T.C. Cummings, has a great definition for discipline â€“ â€œItâ€™s [...]
Two-Time USA Memory Champion; memory-training expert and memory keynote Ron White shares lessons learned from former Navy SEAL TC Cummings as he taught his Mind of a SEAL program on how U.S. Navy SEALs use their training techniques to teach discipline that can carry through life. The following is taken from TC Cummings' Mind of [...]
Ron White memory guy, Two-Time USA Memory Champion; memory-training expert and memory keynote, shares lessons from TC Cummings Mind of a SEAL program on how discipline helps you move on and grow as a person â€“ in all phases of your life as you learn to think like a US Navy SEAL Excerpted from TC [...]
My name is Ron White. I am a two-time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert, and memory keynote speaker. I want to take this opportunity to tell you how proud I am of our Navy Seals, and our country, in light of the recent mission to find and eliminate Osama Bin Ladinâ€™s reign of terrorism. As a nation, and around the world, people are in awe of the discipline, focus and heroism of this elite group of men who were able to accomplish something that has been elusive for almost ten years.
I am Ron White, Two Time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert and memory keynote speaker. I would like to share with you some of the things I learned from my good friend and trainer, former U.S. Navy Seal T.C. Cummings, about empowerment, accountability and leadership T.C. has been able to let me in on Navy Seal thinking, and how it can relate to aspects of all of our lives. Navy Seal training is disciplined, focused and results driven. Each member of the Seal team is a leader, and although they are military and retain a chain of command, each member is capable of picking up the gauntlet when necessary and assumes the leadership role.
I am Ron White, Two Time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert and memory keynote speaker. I would like to pass on to you some valuable information my good friend and coach, former Navy Seal T.C. Cummings, has taught me about the traits of an effective leader. Navy Seal training includes ensuring that each member of the team is a leader in his own right. Due to the dangerous nature of jobs they do, each Seal must be able to take the reins of leadership at any time in order to complete the mission, and help any surviving member of the team to get out of the situation in safety.
I am Ron White, Two Time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert and memory keynote. I would like to share with you some of the things I learned about Leadership from my good friend and trainer, T.C. Cummings â€“ A Former Navy Seal. This information, and other excellent points on Leadership, can be found in my memory training seminars and â€œMind Like A U.S. Navy SEALâ€ program. First of all I would like to say â€“ Anyone can be a leader! It does not take any special education, or physical attributes. Some are born to lead, with qualities of a leader already encrypted in their DNA. Others can learn it, and develop leadership skills with just a few key lessons to practice.
Two Time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert and memory keynote speaker Ron White would like to share with you some of the things I learned while training for the U.S. Memory Championship, and is now available in my memory training seminars. What we have learned from our first lesson in the â€œThink Like A Sealâ€ series is to look at things with â€œHard Eyes â€“ Soft Eyes,â€ which means we look at the big picture (Soft Eyes) and then zone in on the details (Hard Eyes). If we are to complete our mission, or goal, we need to focus on what we want as the end result (target), taking in the big picture as well as the details.
I am not going to suggest to you must avoid being stressed, after all it is part of being alive. With that said, you must learn to manage the stress effectively or your memory and health will be shot. If you have a high level of stress over a long period of time it can hurt your brain function in a major way. When you are stressed your body releases a hormone called cortisol.
The worst enemy to your memory or one of the worst is stress. When you are stressed you will not be able to focus and a lack of focus will kill your memory. When I trained for the USA Memory Championship I hired a former US Navy SEAL, TC Cummings. TC taught me a quote he learned in the SEALs, â€˜the more you sweat in times of peace the less you bleed in times of war.'