#RiseUpAndExcel towards personal success
Wightman TV is airing a new series of "Fireside Chats" focusing on mental health in partnership with Invisible Wounds. Invisible Wounds founder Deborah MacDonald B.A., R.P.N. interviews Douglas Pflug about "Finding Your Granite". Watch the full episode here on Invisible Wounds YouTube as well as Invisible Wounds Facebook page.
Doug was recruited to write /release his book "Finding your granite my four cornerstones of personal leadership" based on this podcast interview.
Live With CDP podcast, Guest: Doug Pflug, (October 21st,2021)
Doug Pflug, is a retired former police sergeant with the Guelph Police Service for 28 years, and currently the strength coach and peer mentor for the OHL's Guelph Storm, peer mentor for the U of Guelph Gryphon football team, as well as 20 year Special Olympics coach, and author found on www.riseupandexcel.ca
Have you established your core values?
Retired Guelph Police Service Sergeant Douglas P Pflug enlightened us this week on The Merged Marketing Podcast in our discussion about stress management and core values. Douglas also put me to the challenge by having me carve out my own core values so here they are:
1) Perseverance - never give up when the chips are down.
2) Creativity - life is too short to be in a state of boredom.
3) Loyalty - dedication to family, community and friends
4) Adventure - continuously seek new and exciting challenges
Listen to 🎙️ Episode 62: Rise Up & Excel: Stress Management on your go-to podcast platform. 💯
Today we sit down with Doug Pflug. Doug retired as a Sergeant with the Guelph Police Service after 28 years of exemplary service. He holds an executive leadership, high-performance leadership, change leadership and managing for execution certificates from Cornell University.
Doug shares with us why that little dash on tombstones matters so much, what actioning vulnerability in leadership, policing and life looks like, how to identify your 4 core values anhttps://player.fm/series/tactical-breakdown/sport-and-wellness-finding-multiple-roads-to-resiliency-with-doug-pflugd how the SARA model can help us keep grounded as leaders.
In this episode, we continue to discussions where he focuses on pushing his clients out of their comfort zones to build mental agility and strengthen the mind and body to overcome the adversities of life.
I am somebody who is on his own journey of discovery. I was once someone who was burnt out, suffering in silence from PTSI, lacking in confidence, someone who was facing several career crossroads, someone who struggles with perfectionism and that feeling of not being good enough, someone who wanted more out of life.
Why am I telling you this? Because I have beaten these challenges in life and found the light. Now, I want to help you find your light.
As your coach, I will guide, support and motivate you towards making a positive difference in your personal, professional or financial lives. Whether that’s deciding which direction to take at your career crossroads or making some critical changes in your life which enable you to be, do and have what you want to be, do and have. So, when you are ready to make a positive difference for yourself, contact me to arrange a free half an hour call to take that first step and together, let’s take some massive action!
I am sincerely looking forward to working with you.
MAKE THAT FIRST CALL TODAY:
Where will you find such an exemplary combination to help you achieve your personal, professional and financial goals?
Doug is an energetic, positive and passionate executive strength and conditioning coach and elite trainer who gives everything of himself to better others.
He has 35 years experience coaching, counselling, physical training and mentoring 100's of people who have achieved amazing successes and greatness.
Doug combines his past successes and failures as an elite athlete, professional trainer, motivational speaker, executive coach and a 28-year police veteran to help you.
You have to ask yourself, "who do I want to be?"
Are you in?
Contact us and find out how.
Kim Basler -Life Coach
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