The Warrior Family Legacy
Who are you today?
hen you sign your name on a piece of paper, what exactly is it that you are providing? Have you thought about what comes to a strangers mind when they pick up a meal receipt and see the swirls of ink that you left behind — what do they represent? This symbol is a representation of you! Now, lets take a moment to look at the word signature. If we break it down to its root words, we can almost literally translate this to signof-your-nature, that is, the essence of your being. You often hear in sports commentary when an athlete is about to perform their signature move — what is yours? Do you even have one? Take some time today to ask yourself the hard question, “who am I?” One of the common traits that I witnessed while training young Soldiers is that they often had no idea where they fit in the world
simply because they had no identity. True, legally, they had a name which was given to them at birth to differentiate them from the other newbies in the nursery, but that could have easily been a number as well. I would often ask them, “Who are you now?” Sadly, I would often be met with silence. What these men lacked is knowledge of the power behind one of the greatest gifts that they could have ever been given — their identity! From the day that they were given their birth name, they slowly began etching away an imaginary mold that would soon represent what they have become as a person. Without proper knowledge of this power, these young men would go about their lives making poor decisions, lacking confidence or courage, serving little to no purpose in life — I found this to be unacceptable. Today, I want you to reclaim a great power that was given to you a long time ago. If you have been living
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your life without having identified what exactly it is that you stand for, you have been denying yourself the ability to reach your full potential.
Who are you today?
Who is The Warrior Family?
I want you to ask yourself these questions:
Who am I
What does my name represent now
What exactly do I want to be
What do I want my name to represent in the future
Essentially, I want you to identify what I call your legacy goals. When you part ways with everyone on this Earth, I want you to think about what exactly you want to be remembered by. Begin painting this picture in you head today so that together, we can make art!
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Welcome Hello, we’d like to thank you for being with us at The Warrior Family. Though our relationship is just getting started, we want you to know that we value your friendship, and plan to make your experience with us a valuable one that you will remember for the rest of your life. Here at The Warrior Family, we pride ourselves in being able to help
others by passing on our lessons learned, lessons given to us by some of our mentors, and others that we will experience together.
and to lead a healthy life. We want you to be your personal best so that your family gets the person they deserve!
We will not cover up the absolute truth here, the only way to attain success is through hard work! We will, however, give you the tools you need to stay disciplined, to deal with the sharp turns that come with life,
Make the effort, do your part. This is what we’re all about. Fight on, friend! - The Warrior Family
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The Warrior Family We are a family that believes in working hard, staying fit, and helping others in any way we can. We are starting The Warrior Family to develop a network of families that dare to go the extra mile to make an impact on the lives of others, and society as a whole. Our family values are: Get Strong (physically and mentally) Get Smart...so we can grow to Help others! Family, Stewardship, Fortitude
I am a three time combat veteran serving in the United States Army. I am a paratrooper, and have also served as a Drill Sergeant in Fort Benning, GA. My wife is my rock! She has suffered through the deployments, and managed to raise two fine young gentlemen. My two sons are full of inspiration, and are the most caring people I have ever met. They easily conquer things that most adults are too afraid to try. Together, as a family, we hope to set the example for others who may feel that life has dealt them a hand too hard to play. I learned early on that I will only be as extraordinary as I allow myself to be. My wife and I have removed all barriers from our family, and are teaching our sons to grow to their maximum potential. Hopefully, we can inspire others to do the same.
“If you have the will to win, you have achieved half you success; if you don’t, you have achieved half of your failure.” — David Ambrose