The best part about being an Army instructor is the fact that you’re paid to get your students to be great.
This is not an easy task, but it’s something we’re all striving for, and we all do it well.
The Army, on the other hand, is a different beast.
In order to get paid the way you should be, you have to be able to put yourself out there as an authority in a classroom and then make them better.
As an Army leader, you’re expected to instill a sense of confidence and a positive mindset in your students.
But if you’re not making sure your instructors are doing this for you, they might not be getting the benefit of your time.
This article was written by Alex Dang, the editor of Army Recruiting Insider, who covers the recruiting world.
He is a certified recruiter and a recruiter for The Recruiter, where he writes about recruiting and leadership in the military.
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