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Rich Marinucci wants to know how great you want to be.
Rich Marinucci says we all need to make the commitment to do our very best every time we roll out the door.
Rich Marinucci ponders how we know all the actions taken are really working.
Now's the time to get organized and return to the important programs that were put on the back burner, writes Richard Marinucci.
Progress does not always happen as quickly as one may like it to. But, there are times when we personally witness improvement to the point where it gives hope that things are getting better.
Reach out to those who have had an impact on your life, in this case those in the fire service, and let them know while you have the opportunity. It will be good for your soul and will certainly put smiles on their faces.
It is time to look at things differently and consider how others view the job and what can make it attractive enough to generate interest from more qualified candidates.
I would like you to think about how you can build political support without wrestling in the mud of this campaign season.
If your department has not worked up an “exit strategy” for when things get back to normal, you should start.
Teamwork. We all talk about how important it is in the fire service. Recently during interviews for entry level firefighter, candidates were asked why it is important or how important it is in this occupation.