96. Steve Drum – Performance Under Pressure

R.O.G. Ep 96

96. Steve Drum – Performance Under Pressure

“If we want to be consistent in our performance, we must know really who we are, what we stand for and who we aspire to be, where we want to go. And from that, we have to flesh out our values, our personal beliefs, and then most importantly, we need to figure out how we live them through principled actions.” — Steve Drum

Guest Bio:

A combat-tested Retired Navy SEAL Master Chief with 27 years of experience leading and developing high-performance teams.
He recently co-developed and taught “Warrior Toughness” training for The U.S. Navy, which fundamentally changed the culture of the Navy in how it trains and prepares young sailors and officers.
An in-demand speaker and consultant, who helps individuals and organizations develop leadership and performance strategies, so they can plan, prepare, and execute at the highest levels when it matters most.
He has trained and led U.S. and foreign partner special operations forces on high-risk and strategically vital missions across the globe, including combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
During his Navy career, Stephen has personally trained thousands of elite military soldiers and Navy SEAL candidates, helping them succeed in severe training courses and overseas combat operations.

R.O.G. Takeaway Tips:

  1. Develop mental skills of warrior toughness
  2. Pay attention to self-talk. What are you saying when you talk to yourself? Is it enabling you to execute your plan from your position on the X? 
  3. Practice energy management. Key tip: Breathing exercises (see YouTube for extra clip from Steve on box breathing.) 
  4. Write a personal mission statement. Who are you? What are your values? What do you stand for? How will you hold yourself accountable?


Coming Next:

Episode 97: We will be joined by Shannon Cassidy, R.O.G. Host and CEO Bridge Between, Inc. on Listening


Stephen Drum, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy, Bridge Between, Inc.

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