Episode 9: School of Grit - The Power of Consistency for Success with Brad Ritter
Have you ever wondered what you're truly capable of? Have you ever wanted to challenge yourself to the limits and see what you're made of?
In this episode, we talk to Brad Ritter, founder of the School of Grit, about his experience at Kokoro Camp, the civilian Navy SEAL training equivalent, and how it led him to discover his purpose and passion. He also shares his insights on the importance of getting out of your comfort zone, developing grit, and the role of good leadership in team performance.
Brad believes in understanding who you are deep down, beyond just your job title and responsibilities. He once took a mental health day and spent it searching for his purpose and passion, which led him to read blogs and watch videos. One TED Talk delivered by Angela Duckworth on grit changed the trajectory of his life, and he learned that grit is the power of passion and consistency that can be grown from both inside and outside influences.
- Why is it important to get out of your comfort zone and try new things
- What role does leadership play in team performance
- What is the role of a leader, and what qualities should a good leader have
- How can a leader help their team maintain a sense of motivation and purpose
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