High-stakes situations force us to dig deep. Real deep. Sometimes that means having to summon up the physical toughness to get through life or death situations. And sometimes that means having the mental and emotional toughness to know when to stay the course — and when to pivot. No one knows this better than international speaker and retired Navy Seal Master Chief Steve Drum, who has led and developed high performance teams in the military and corporate America for more than 25 years.

In today’s episode, Steve talks about the skills needed to survive — even thrive — in extreme conditions. He talks about the attributes of strong, effective leaders; the qualities of successful teams; and the focus and discipline needed to get through the long, hard slog of challenging times.

IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS…

  • The three components that make-up toughness.
  • The difference between toughness and resilience.
  • How to build and develop successful teams.
  • The art of building trust.
  • And much, much more…

INSPIRING QUOTES

“A lot of times we face setbacks, and things don’t go our way. We need to be able to respond with an effective solution.” – Steve Drum

“In order to be tough, you have to be resilient.” – Steve Drum

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