“I hope you are challenged to find your Warrior, Servant, Leader vision, whether you are a cop or not. I hope you understand and adopt the Warrior-Servant-Leader Code for your own life and live it out every day, in everything you do.” – Pat Welsh
A Spoke in the Wheel
V: Honor Age and Experience
The error of youth is to believe that intelligence is a substitute for experience, while the error of age is to believe experience is a substitute for intelligence.
Lyman Bryson (1888-1959)
Living a Haymaker
By all accounts Sgt. Alan Haymaker lived a life based on ordered principles; he loved God, his wife, his children and the noble profession he was called to. The result; he lived a life with an impact like a “punch delivered with great force.” We can all learn a lesson from Sgt. Haymaker on living a life with purpose that impacts those around us. Are you living a haymaker?
The Ten Ancient Principles
It would be a mistake to recognize and benefit from these truths without recognizing the author, but there is value in it either way. That’s the truth about truth, it is true because it is, not because of where it comes from.
IV: Pursue a Balanced Life (part 2)
What could be more important than finding the “one thing” that will make sense of your life?
IV: Pursue a Balanced Life (part 1)
Is a balanced life the ultimate goal, or is there something better to aim for?
III: Keep Your Committments
With the big things and the small ones, simply mean it when you say ‘yes,’ and know when to say ‘no.’
II: Serve Others First
“To protect and to serve” or “serve and protect,” are they both the same?
I: Submit to Authority (part 2)
What does “One Nation Under God” have to do with authority? Everything.