Time should motivate you because you cannot get it back once spent.
Time is essential. The Time is NOW!
Your actions have positive meaning.
You have invested a lot of time into your Rescue Water Craft program or you are about to venture on that journey.
Regardless, use your time wisely. Its the same as a rescue mission.
Time is critical to the end result.
Training our nations elite Coxswains requires a dedicated focus on time management and moving the group as one mobile and vicarious asset of good. Time cannot be wasted on ineffective operations that can cost them their life or that of a teammate. The stakes are high and the 'time is now'.
Progress is forward movement, its essentially timely management of advantages and staying off the disadvantages.
This means the clock is ticking!
In a rescue we only have mere 'seconds and feet'.
A second of movement at different speeds can be 20 or 60 feet of forward attempts, regress or success and celebration.
Isn't it unnerving to realize that a second in time can mean the difference between life or death or a near miss?
How many times in your career have you shrugged off that near second reality? Its quite humbling to realize that our lives
can come down to moving our range of motion 1" or 1 foot to the left or right and that decisions is life or death!
For me every action is measurable, its an accounting of being in the right place, at the right time and prepared for it.
Ideas of service oriented movements promote effective time management. It seems nobody has enough time and everything is wanted yesterday. This means our time management needs to be effective and not misshapen.
More capability of all our actions is expected to deliver with less, so the finite adaptation of the progression of time use is critical to all of us.
Processes are engaged, equipment addressed, gear purchased all for the goal of future 'time'. For that call out, that rescue or that daily patrol.
Preserve your time management by focusing on the realities of program need, maintaining effective records and keep the team on point with authentic practices that can yield them timely results in their rescue response.
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Content Creator: Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.
Use at your own risk. Please take a qualified Rescue Water Craft training course and maintain proper records and respect all the PWC, RWC, PPE, and gear OEM manufacturer warning labels and cautions.