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    • Partners in Leading the Way.CPO Creed: During the course of this day you have been caused to humbly accept challenge and face adversity. This youhave accomplished with rare good grace. Pointless as some of these challenges may have seemed, there were valid, time-honored reasons behind each pointed barb. It was necessary to meet these hurdles with blind faith in the fellowship ofChief Petty Officers. The goal was to instill in you that trust is inherent with the donning of the uniform of a Chief. It was ourintent to impress upon you that challenge is good; a great and necessary reality which cannot mar you - which, in fact,strengthens you. In your future as a Chief Petty Officer, you will be forced to endure adversity far beyond that imposedupon you today. You must face each challenge and adversity with the same dignity and good grace you demonstrated today.By experience, by performance, and by testing, you have been this day advanced to Chief Petty Officer. In the United StatesNavy - and only in the United States Navy - the rank of E7 carries with it unique responsibilities and privileges you are nowbound to observe and expected to fulfill. Your entire way of life is now changed. More will be expected of you; more will bedemanded of you. Not because you are a E7 but because you are now a Chief Petty Officer. You have not merely beenpromoted one paygrade, you have joined an exclusive fellowship and, as in all fellowships, you have a special responsibilityto your comrades, even as they have a special responsibility to you. This is why we in the United States Navy may maintainwith pride our feelings of accomplishment once we have attained the position of Chief Petty Officer. Your newresponsibilities and privileges do not appear in print. They have no official standing; they cannot be referred to by name,number, nor file. They have existed for over 100 years, Chiefs before you have freely accepted responsibility beyond the callof printed assignment. Their actions and their performance demanded the respect of their seniors as well as their juniors. Itis now required that you be the fountain of wisdom, the ambassador of good will, the authority in personal relations as wellas in technical applications. "Ask the Chief" is a household phrase in and out of the Navy. You are now the Chief. The exaltedposition you have now achieved - and the word exalted is used advisedly - exists because of the attitude and performanceof the Chiefs before you. It shall exist only as long as you and your fellow Chiefs maintain these standards. It was ourintention that you never forget this day. It was our intention to test you, to try you, and to accept you. Your performancehas assured us that you will wear "the hat" with the same pride as your comrades in arms before you. We take a deep andsincere pleasure in clasping your hand, and accepting you as a Chief Petty officer in the United States Navy.YEAR OF THE CHIEF: 2012Honor Courage &Commitment & Communicating Effectively & Fast
    • We celebrate with your accomplishments U. S. Navy PhotoNavy Career Wise can help your Sailors get there too.
    • We celebrate with your accomplishments U.S. Navy photo by HM2 HaswellNavy Career Wise can help your Sailors get there too.
    • Education Matters Now & Later.Navy Career Wise will help you get there.
    • Navy Career Wise Social Media is Training in Action •Myth: Social Media is a waste of time & misinforms. •Fact: Social Media saves you time and more.Navy Career Wise Network is Meeting of the Minds in Action
    • Navy Career Wise Social Media is Training in Action•Myth: Social Media is a waste of time and misinforms. •Fact: Social Media saves you time and gives you more. Navy Career Wise Network is Meeting of the Minds in Action
    • Are you ready for the run? Physical Fitness Wise is Career Fitness Wise
    • 24th Navy Counselor Association Symposium 2012**24-28 September 2012** Memphis Marriott Downtown250 North Main Street Memphis, Tennessee 38103
    • Partners to Lead Sailors to Success 24th Navy Counselor Association Symposium 2012 **24-28 September 2012** Memphis Marriott Downtown 250 North Main Street Memphis, Tennessee 38103
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    • SPAM Email is DEADSocial Media is OnboardIs your command or Sailor in old fashion email still? Really?
    • Financially Wise Career WiseSailors experiencing financial challenges should notify their chain of command and work with theirCFS to development a budget and explore additional options such as military relief societies, eligibilityfor interest rate reductions and other relief. Being upfront and trying to address the issue openly canwork to a Sailor’s advantage if financial difficulties threaten a member’s security clearance. Stay connected & get some of the latest Financial & Quality of Life tools at www.facebook.com/careerwise
    • You live & work in thecloud. But, your Sailors?
    • Miscommunication Reason #14: Mail Box is Full (typical Navy limited email capacity) The following recipient(s) cannot be reached: • Sailor, Joe PSCM(AW) VX-77 N04 on 4/9/2012 12:25 PM. The message could not be delivered because the recipients mailbox is full. • Detach, Mech ADC(AW) VFA-111 on 4/9/2012 12:25 PM. The message could not be delivered because the recipients mailbox is full. • Ineff, Fecient AECS VAW-1237, Aircraft Division LCPO on 4/9/2012 12:25 PM. The message could not be delivered because the recipients mailbox is full.There is no REASON to bite your computer. Get into Social Media: www.facebook.com/careerwise
    • CPO Creed: During the course of this day you have been caused to humbly accept challenge and face adversity. This youhave accomplished with rare good grace. Pointless as some of these challenges may have seemed, there were valid, time-honored reasons behind each pointed barb. It was necessary to meet these hurdles with blind faith in the fellowship ofChief Petty Officers. The goal was to instill in you that trust is inherent with the donning of the uniform of a Chief.It was our intent to impress upon you that challenge is good; a great and necessary reality which cannot mar you - which, infact, strengthens you. In your future as a Chief Petty Officer, you will be forced to endure adversity far beyond that imposedupon you today. You must face each challenge and adversity with the same dignity and good grace you demonstrated today.By experience, by performance, and by testing, you have been this day advanced to Chief Petty Officer.In the United States Navy - and only in the United States Navy - the rank of E7 carries with it unique responsibilities andprivileges you are now bound to observe and expected to fulfill. Your entire way of life is now changed. More will beexpected of you; more will be demanded of you. Not because you are a E7 but because you are now a Chief Petty Officer.You have not merely been promoted one paygrade, you have joined an exclusive fellowship and, as in all fellowships, youhave a special responsibility to your comrades, even as they have a special responsibility to you.This is why we in the United States Navy may maintain with pride our feelings of accomplishment once we have attainedthe position of Chief Petty Officer. Your new responsibilities and privileges do not appear in print. They have no officialstanding; they cannot be referred to by name, number, nor file. They have existed for over 100 years, Chiefs before you havefreely accepted responsibility beyond the call of printed assignment. Their actions and their performance demanded therespect of their seniors as well as their juniors.It is now required that you be the fountain of wisdom, the ambassador of good will, the authority in personal relations aswell as in technical applications. "Ask the Chief" is a household phrase in and out of the Navy. You are now the Chief. Theexalted position you have now achieved - and the word exalted is used advisedly - exists because of the attitude andperformance of the Chiefs before you. It shall exist only as long as you and your fellow Chiefs maintain these standards. Itwas our intention that you never forget this day.It was our intention to test you, to try you, and to accept you. Your performance has assured us that you will wear "the hat"with the same pride as your comrades in arms before you. We take a deep and sincere pleasure in clasping your hand, andaccepting you as a Chief Petty officer in the United States Navy. YEAR OF THE CHIEF: 2012
    • Luck is what happens whenpreparation meets opportunity.- Seneca
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