We be running

AO: > Lightning Rod

QIC: > Lumbergh

PAX: > Angus, Danish, Bunny, Herbie


> 48 degrees, and WET, nothing can prevent this PAX from the mission, nice day for a little track grinder!

Warm Up (Circle of Pain)

Mosey 400 meters

  • SSH x 25
  • Windmill x 20
  • Scissor Arm x 15
  • Monkey Humpers x 10
  • Slow High Knees x 15
  • Butt Kickers x 20
  • SSH x 25

Mosey to the track


Merkin Mile (25 merkins, 1 lap x 4)

Jump Squat Mile (20 squats, 1 lap x 4)

Back to the Lightning Rod


> Finished on the 6, Flutter kicks x 25, Flutter Jacks x 25, Spread Eagle x 25 (plus 28 more to round out time)



People are motivated by?

a. Easy, low commitment tasks

b. A timid leader with a lack of vision

c. Awkward drive-by guilt trips out of our desperation

d. Vision-drenched, significant changes

High capacity leaders respond better to?

a. Broad upfront calls

b. Slack blasts, and DMs

c. Not even being recruited

d. Personal taps on the shoulder

High capacity people need to be given a SIGNFICANT CHALLENGE. Without it, it’s easy to skirt the call or not investment.

Hold the PAX accountable by refusing to let the PAX off the hook. If you don’t you give permission to the PAX to dishonor the value of mission. Our mission is clear and big, there is value in what we do here each day, in what we do, how we invest into this process and when we show up.

What’s one way you can improve as a recruiter of leaders?

How will it affect the culture of our service as more people begin to contribute?

Remember –> Plant, Serve, Grow.

> That’s a wrap, Lumbergh