Friday, June 5, 2009

Imagine . . .

Creating a Navy leadership culture so vibrant that when Sailors woke up in the morning and thought about the imminent day ahead at sea (or ashore), they wouldn't be overcome with dread and would not doubt whether or not they would survive the day. Instead, they would be filled with excitement and anticipation of the day ahead - knowing they could put themselves headlong into their work and do something cool, something significant, something meaningful.

Well, it's happening every day - on ships like USS GONZALES, USS HARRY S. TRUMAN, USS THE SULLIVANS and so many others. And it's happening ashore in places like NIOC Yokosuka, Japan; NIOC Whidbey Island, WA and NIOC Texas.

Help make it happen at your command - read Steve Farber's books.

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