PAX: Deagle, CashOnly, Butter
• SSH x 25 IC
• Swing Billies x 15 IC
• Twistees x 10 IC Each Way
• Windmills x 15 IC
• 2 Laps Karaoke on the sides
• Frankensteins x 15 Each Way OYO
• Mountain Climbers x 15 IC
• Willie Mays Hayes x 10 OC
• Cherry Pickers x 15 IC
THE THANG: Playground of Pain
• Mosey to Playground
• Bear Crawl around the perimeter sets the pace
o Step Ups
o Australian Pull Ups
• After Set #1: Tenniscide
• After Set #2: Jacob’s Ladder 1-2-3-4-5-4-3-2-1
• Mosey back to Blacktop
• LBC x 20 IC
• Freddie Mercuries x 15 IC
• Side Crunches x 10 Each Side IC
• Dying Cockroach x 15 IC
• Rodeo Flutters 10 Flutter -10 Clockwise Rodeos -10 Flutter -10 CCW Outlaws IC
• 2.0 Friendly Thanksgiving Beatdown – Bring an FNG with their kids! • 3rd F: Adopt a Road on Saturday – SSL Hours
• 3rd F: Give to Give Update
o Very psyched FreeState had six of the Capital Region’s 23 donors. o Our region is now firmly in 2nd place nationally with nearly $6,000 raised. o New regional target is 100 donors, so please continue spreading the word.
Q-Source 2.3 Missionality (defined as Service in the High Impact Zone)
• There is a cultural myth of getting out of your comfort zone and try new things.
• That you must escape or expand your comfort zone or risk a narrow or negative life.
• F3’s counterpoint is not to focus on whether you are inside or outside of your comfort zone testing yourself on your perceived universe of under-developed skills.
• But rather, focus on where your fewest, hardest wired skills can have the strongest effect. F3 calls this your High Impact Zone and it’s where you’ll find your greatest productivity. • Ask yourself – what are the skills for which I am most suited?
• To sustain yourself in the High Impact Zone, you need to practice your fewest, hardest wired skills in service to a purpose – a mission – worthy of your life. • Ask yourself – What am I called to do and who am I called to serve?
• This pairing of applying our hard wired skills with a compelling purpose is key to stay in the High Impact Zone and helps us resist straying from our Mission.
• Our resulting productivity in this zone will result in many requests to undertake tasks that range far outside of our Skills-to-Mission pairing. • If this happens to you – decline the request quickly and firmly. Why? 1. You will invariably disappoint the requester, and end up just mailing it in 2. You will deny serving your Mission – loudest calling purpose 3. You will box out the right person for that particular request
4. It will be a joyless experience – drudgery, the last thing you want to do each day
• Saying no is a critical discipline, no matter how flattering the request is to us.