My first Warrior Training I did not expect much; I just took it as one of those camps. It was completely different to my expectations; I got more than what I had budgeted for.
The highlight of the Warrior Training was when we had to move over to do the practical part of the training; mine field and the amazon.
The way I communicate and relate to other people now after Warrior Training, people don’t always interpret what they hear in the way that you say it. I have learned to communicate differently to different audience.
I have learned to understand people in their own way and accept them as they are. As a leader you are not all know how, you have to listen also to the people that you lead. I have learned also to ask from the people I speak to, for them to repeat what I said. Just to make sure they understood me right.
I believe that everyone should attend Warrior Training because it will change their lives to be better people (leaders & followers), it will also open up their minds in a way that they will see life in a different way.
The three top benefits I say those attending Warrior Training will get is:
(i) Experiential training
(ii) Well organized platform for self-invention
(iii) Nonjudgmental people to listen and assist you
I was in the technical team and a bit of a mentor on my second Warrior Training event. It gave me an insight of the behind the scene, the sacrifices and planning that has to go down for the team to present a successful training. It looks simple when observing from the trainee (warrior) eye, but it’s actually a lot of work.
The overall impact in my family, work and the people around me is evident. The way I tackle problems/situation is more informed and thorough. I have learned to accept people as they are, we can be born from the same parents but we will never be the same. Discovering yourself never stops; it’s a life time journey. All the time I attend the warrior training, I always learn something new about myself/life that I did not know. “Now that I know, now I understand”
I have been to at least 2 warrior trainings, the GI and also the Advance leadership training and I don’t regret doing that at all. I so wish I could take my whole family through the same training.