Not everyone will have the chance to chase and seize Colombian cocaine cartel smuggling boats, assist in post-9/11 security in New York City, keep the peace between warring mountain tribes in Southeast Asia, or build and run successful American manufacturing companies.But everyone has the chance to become their very best self and build a bulletproof life of their own!In this riveting account of his life, former Coast Guard Special Ops Team member Darin Bibeau shares the core principles he's learned on each stop of his journey - and how they helped mold him into a peacetime warrior on a mission of helping others lock, load, and take aim at personal and professional growth. More than just a tell-all book, Back to Bulletproof is a tactical guide to success and a must-have for anyone striving to live their life to the fullest!
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If you have core values that you believe in and your employees believe in, you'll take care of your customers.
You know what you have to do each day. Get your tasks accomplished and don't wait to do them tomorrow.
When you create a good company culture, people won't come to work because they have to, they'll come because they want to.
Keep looking for a door to walk through. If it's not the right one, that's okay, just find another one. Take advantage of the opportunities that you're given!
Without systems in a company, what do you get? Chaos.
Clear and transparent. There's no confusion in my company, when we talk to our employees we are upfront so we all know our roles and what we need to do to move forward.
A good leader directs people in the right path so that everyone can work towards a common goal.
Look for opportunities to grow your business and ask the question, "How can I do [this thing] better?" If you're happy with the size of your business, then become more efficient, but keep moving forward.
I know it sounds simple, but you have to set a goal if you want to accomplish it. Start out small and take it one step at a time. This has worked for me to be successful, and it will work for you too.
I respect my employees, I respect my clients, and I respect myself. Because of that, I have confidence. Set goals and accomplish them and start to build your confidence! You can 100% do it!
What's the most important part of a wheel? The answer is all parts are equally important. If you don't have a certain part of a wheel, it can't serve its purpose. We all need to be working together towards a goal if we want to be successful.