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The Map to Success: Chief and Group 1st Meeting :D

By: Mehdi Kazi and Anthony Hernandez

Mehdi Kazi

on 9 September 2013

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The Map to Success
Command Chief Master Sergeant &
Group 1st Sergeant Anthony Hernandez
In charge of:
Helping oversee all cadets progress
Merit/ Demerit book
Help with unit activities
1st Sgt to the Deputy Group Commander
What is a Merit/Demerit?
In charge of:
Disaster Prep Team
MFR Book
All Enlisted Ranks
The 1st sergeant to the group commander
What are MFR's?
Command Chief Master Sergeant Mehdi Kazi
C/CMSgt Mehdi Kazi. Nerdy. Random. Crazy. Persistent. Funny. Helpful. Caring. Involved in the community. Ultimately, someone who will always be there for you, and will help you with anything =D
C/SMSgt Anthony Hernandez Smart. Random. Outgoing. Weird. Funny. Helpful. Caring. Giving. Ultimately, someone you will feel comfortable with and can go to for anything =D
Group 1st Sergeant
Follow the map to find the secret treasures of ROTC...
What is ROTC?
A fun program where you are like a family, have friendly competition, learn discipline, and represent a greater cause
We help you learn leadership skills,communication and social skills, and how to be yourself.
The program that is more than meets the eye...
Being the Example
To Wear your Uniform
Air Force Core Values
Honor Code
Don't be the 1 hour cadet!
Don't do in uniform:
Don't chew gum
No Running
No Cussing
Don't break POA
Do's in uniform:
Wear it with a sense of knowing of being part of something bigger
Keep it looking your best, stain and gig free!
Know that others have died wearing this uniform, so wear it to honor their memories
Expectations in ROTC
Keep it crisp and clean, follow all the do's and dont's of the uniform, and wear it with pride...
The night before the burial of her husband's body, Katherine Cathey refused to leave the casket, asking to sleep next to his body for one last time. The Marines made a bed for her, tucking in the sheets below the flag. Before she fell asleep, she opened her laptop computer and played songs that reminded her of her husband, and one of the Marines asked if she wanted them to continue standing watch as she slept. 'I think it would be kind of nice if you kept doing it,' she said. 'I think that's what he would have wanted'.
When 2nd Lt. James Cathey's body arrived at the Reno Airport , Marines climbed into the cargo hold of the plane and draped the flag over his casket as passengers watched the family gather on the tarmac. During the arrival of another Marine's casket last year at Denver International Airport , Major Steve Beck described the scene as so powerful: 'See the people in the windows? They sat right there in the plane, watching those Marines. You gotta wonder what's going through their minds, knowing that they're on the plane that brought him home,' he said. 'They will remember being on that plane for the rest of their lives. They're going to remember bringing that Marine home. And they should.'
The cadet that is perfect in ROTC, but acts completely different anywhere else
You are who you hang out with...Choose wisely!
Learn from your mistakes. Don't let them knock you down and ruin your performance.
Attitude is key...It's the first impression made! Make it a great one.
Don't be hypocritical
1)Integrity First
2)Service Before Self
3)Excellence In All We Do
Live it. Breath it. Love it.
Sir/Ma'am/Sergeant, The Honor Code is as follow: On my honor as a JROTC cadet, I will not lie, cheat, steal, or commit any act of intentional dishonesty, or tolerate those who do. Sir/Ma'am/Sergeant
Learn it. Apply it. Spread it.
Sir/Ma'am/Sergeant, The Mission is as follow: To develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. Sir/Ma'am/Sergeant
1st step
2nd step
3rd Step
How to Strive and be Successful
Ask for help.
Mentors: Your ultimate guide to success, knowledge, and a greater you.
As Chief and Group 1st, we are here for ROTC, school, and any other needs you'd like us to help you with.
Social Needs
Just about anything you feel comfortable expressing freely with us. Everything, if needed, is confidential.
C/CMSgt Mehdi Kazi
Email: mehdimkazi@gmail.com

C/SMSgt Anthony Hernandez
Cell: (951)-205-4143
Email: anthonyhernandez0610@gmail.com
Contact info:
Follow first, learn to strive, then ultimately become the leader.
Lead by example
Few commit to ROTC, even fewer can lead...
Pyramid of Steps to be a Leader
Committed Follower
Find a leader to learn from and study them
Defined Followers
Persistent and go the extra mile.
Achieved that extra mile through dedication
Make the impossible, possible
Follow the pyramid, and be the leader
Ranks: AB-SrA
MSgt- CMSgt
2nd Lt. - Col
Separate personal from professional
Even though you went the extra mile...
It's time to reach for the stars...
Use these steps to help you reach the top...
Top Staff!!!
Things Not To Do
Get bad grades
Don't start drama
(i.e. Rumors etc.)
Disrespect fellow cadets
You continue on the good path to the treasure
If you don't stay on the path...
"Motivation has to come from within"
"Men make history, and not the other way around. In periods where there is no leadership, society stands still. Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better." -Harry Truman
"Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it."
-Dwight Eisenhower
3 Different
Perspectives of Motivation
Do what you love, excel on what that thing is, and that's where the motivation from within comes from. Have a positive outlook not negative.
The ability to motivate others is one quality a leader needs...To make people do what's necessary in a positive way makes them want to do it.
To be a skillful leader , set your goals, and if you reach them, raise your own standards and accomplish even more.
Tough Decisions
Should you do what is considered cool, or what's right?
We're human, so we make mistakes
The good leader/ cadet learns to overcome these mistakes
Time Management
To be a good leader, do NOT procrastinate!
Procrastination will destroy you in the long run
If you can see the light of our message...
If you can't see the light of our message to you...
Your time will not be wasted, but efficiently used to learn useful information about anything and everything...
Through dedication and commitment you will be a future leader.
You will enjoy ROTC to the MAX!
Your experience will have a much greater impact in your life
Why waste yours and everyone's time if you are not fully committed...
Then ROTC will not be effective for you... or help you to its full capacity
This program is not for you...
So come see the light...
Once you have mastered this outline for success...
Apply it to your ROTC life..
Well, that marks the beginning of a whole new journey...
A Journey called Life.
Thanks for your undivided attention! We hope you had fun, and look forward to an amazing, fun-filled year with you guys!!

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C/CMSgt Mehdi Kazi

C/SMSgt Anthony Hernandez
Cell: (951)-205-4143
Email: anthonyhernandez0610@gmail.com
To congratulate you and set sail to an amazing year...
Don't be this, and if you are, don't be proud!!!
Sarge yelling at kid :(
Follow the map of success like us, and become leaders of a greater cause! :D
Color Guard at Clipper's game
2011-2012 CA-871 Unit... now its your turn to make the 2012-2013 school year a great one!
Tip of the iceberg
Through ROTC, this presentation, and the dedication within yourself...
Before ROTC, people only see a small portion of you...
We get to see the full you :D
This year's motto: Follow first, learn to strive, and ultimately become the leader!
Volcano lava flow of memories..
The Secret Treasure Scale :D
2nd Treasure: Confidence
3 types of motivation
Motivation Within
Motivating Others
Effects of Motivation
Awards Night!!!
Weapons Drill Team!
Following our guidelines, make your own path to a happy, successful life.
Community Service Event :D
4th of July Parade
Welcome to the 2012-2013 Chief/ Group 1st Meeting
By: C/ CMSgt Mehdi Kazi
C/ SMSgt Anthony Hernandez

Motivation Check!
LOUDEST flight gets flight points!!
Phonetic Alphabet Name Spelling Challenge :D
The Chief/ Group 1st Meeting... a long, dull, boring PowerPoint presentation... :(
Just Kidding! NOT a PowerPoint, our presentation will be fun, full of activities with chances to earn raffle tickets for a drawing for awesome prizes, and a different presentation experience than ever before!!
Different :D
1st Treasure: Leadership
The ingredients that make a good leader are:
Combine all these ingredients, and you will become leader who is successful!
No matter what, stay optimistic, and don't give up like Scrat the Squirrel doesn't! Pursue your goals... or in this case, the acorn!
Padres Game
So come see the light...
Mystery Bag Relay
Do not write this down yet. We will come back to it later!
Commitment is key to being successful. Setting your mind to ROTC will allow you to strive.
Ways to show commitment:
Community Service Events
Wearing the uniform with pride
3rd: Commitment
The Pyramid of Commitment
Monkey See, Monkey Do! =D
The state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, group etc.
Motivation Check
Motivated Sergeant
Motivation Check
Motivated Sergeant
Motivated Motivated Down Right Dedicated
You can check us out, You can check us out
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