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Those two firefighters will never get that chance again…

  When you get up this morning, roll over and kiss your spouse good morning, send your kids off to school and then you head off to work, remember this….it could be your last day alive! Two Kansas City, Missouri firefighters will never get that chance again! They will never see theirs kids, never see their wives, never see their ...

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Wearing the white helmet-“Who are You”

“Who are You” The road to success can be a long and winding road of trials and tribulations. The trials of everyday business can be rewarding at times, but can also emphasis our failures. We often struggle to bind the large pieces of the pie together, without focusing on the small pieces first. After many years of chasing our dreams ...

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Leadership: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Leadership: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly By Mark Cannon Over this past year, several articles have been written regarding decisions made by fire service leaders. In some cases the outcomes have been revered as positive, thus reflecting a decision made by a good fire service leader. In other cases the outcomes have not been quite so desirable. Then ...

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Six words that hold the fire service hostage

Kevin Schultz, training article, leadership, image

Six words that hold the fire service hostage Article by: Kevin Schulz It doesn’t matter what kind of fire department you belong to, career, part-time, combination, volunteer or industrial we’re all here to do the same job and more importantly we’re all professional firefighters. That being said there seems to be a common thread that follows the fire service. Firefighters hold the cultures ...

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