There are three types of people in this world: the wolf, the sheep, and the sheepdog. The wolf is violent, the sheep is passive, and the sheepdog is there to protect one from the other.
My guest today, Army Green Beret and UFC ranked middleweight fighter, Tim Kennedy, talk with us about how to overcome fear, how to get up and learn from losses, how to recognize strengths and weaknesses, and how to become the sheepdog.
“When the wolf comes around and wants to take advantage of the sheep, the sheepdog is there to protect it.” Tweet That— Tim Kennedy
Tim Kennedy is arguably one of the baddest men on the planet.
He is a Army Green Beret and a UFC Middleweight MMA fighter and, he’s one of only a few who fought professionally and served in the armed forces simultaneously.
He’s been fighting professionally for 16 years and serving as a Ranger qualified, Green Beret, Special Forces Sniper for 14 and has been awarded the Bronze Star for valor under fire.
Tim also competed on the Ultimate Soldier Challenge as a Green Beret and was featured as a “Ranger” on the Spike TV series Deadliest Warrior. Tim has also competed in the gruelling 3 day Modern Army Combatives tournament and was one of only three men to be undefeated, as well as three-time champion. He is one of the only three service members to be awarded a black belt in Modern Army Combatives.
In addition to all that, he stars on History Channel’s hit show, Hunting Hitler, founded the Sheepdog Survival Fund, and trains law enforcement officers, first responders, and civilians how to become sheepdogs through his company, Sheepdog Response.
- What it means to be a sheepdog
- How we move from wolves, to sheep, to sheepdogs
- How Tim became a sheepdog
- How to overcome the fear you might face
- How to get back up after a loss
- How to recongize your strengths and weaknesses
- The 4 critical components of becoming a better sheepdog
- How to become more aware of yourself and your surroundings
- How training builds self-confidence
“Anyone who ever says they’re not afraid, is a liar.” Tweet That— Tim Kennedy
“If I die doing the right thing, that is the best and only way for me to exist and live.” Tweet That— Tim Kennedy
The Iron Council
Men, the new year is finally upon us. I’ll be frank with you here, I’m not a new year’s resolutions guy.
I don’t need a new year to give me permission to start working on the objectives I have identified in life.
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You can learn more about us at www.orderofman.com/ironcouncil. We hope to see you there.
“The thing that defines us is our desire and choice to improve and get back up.” Tweet That— Tim Kennedy
Connect with Tim Kennedy
- Website: www.sheepdogresponse.com
- Website: www.timkennedymma.com
- Twitter: Tim Kennedy MMA
- Facebook: Sheepdog Response
“The reward on the far side of work is so much more satisfying that anything else you can ever have.” Tweet That— Tim Kennedy