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Motorbiking Hoi An, Vietnam /// Vinjatek My greatest strength as a covert operative was at times also my greatest weakness. I’ve always been aware of this but now it’s time to evolve.

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Franklin J McBride

Over confidence or arrogance can get us into more trouble faster than just about anything. That is true in just about everything.

There is nothing weak about asking for help if warranted. Sometimes the help is in the form of a better way of accomplishing the objective, other times it is in the form of added resources.
Objectively assessing the situation and potential threats with a small dose of paranoia can help make it so you see another sunrise.
I like the saying
“Asking for help doesn’t mean that you have failed, it just means your not in it alone.”

Mark Scháperkótter

Excellent post! You’re on a roll sir!





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